Twin Reporters, Nov. 21, 1935
From The Courier, Nov. 21, 1935
Cliffside, Nov. 21 — Miss. Polly Scruggs spent the past week-end guest visiting relatives in Forest City.
Miss Leala [Leola] Sizemore delightfully entertained a number of her friends at a party on Nov. 16. Among those enjoying the occasion were: Misses Sue Crow, Reba White, Geneva Scruggs, Edith Hooker, Eula Belle Sizemore, Bunia White, Janie Campbell, Blanche Devenney, Ruby McDaniel, Ethyl Ingram, Virginia Biggerstaff, Lyndall Clayton, Verdie Mae Brackett, Alice Jonas, and Betty McKinney. Messrs. Raleigh Holcombe, Billy Baynard, Sell McDaniel, Luther Hunnicutt, Ray Hawkins, “Duck” McDaniel, Hal Griffin, Lonzo Forbes, Ishmael White, Everette Greene, Ezor Flynn, Everette Padgett, Charles Baldwin, J. C. Addington, John Womack, Howard Clayton, Roby Matheny, Howard Ingle, Paul Wray and James Crow. Everyone present reported a fine time.
Miss Geraldine McCurry of the Boiling Springs Junior college spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCurry.
Miss Eloise Ramsey spent the week-end with her parents. Miss Ramsey is also of the Junior college.
Miss Geneva Scruggs was the week-end guest of Miss Eula Belle and Leola Sizemore.
Dr. G. O. Moss left town Friday afternoon to go to the Mayo Clinic in Minnisota [Minnesota] for medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keeter and daughter, Sue also Mrs. Clara Wilson, visited in Cramerton the past week-end. Mrs. Wilson remained in Cramerton for a two weeks’ visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hardin and son Charles, visited Mrs. Ivey Biggerstaff
who has been ill for several weeks, during the past week-end. Mrs. Hardin remained with Mrs. Biggerstaff and her daughter Edith, who is also ill.
The many friends of Misses Ethyl Ingram, Inez and Virginia Biggerstaff are wishing for them a speedy recovery from their injuries received in an automobile accident.
The evangelistic club gave an interesting program at the Prospect church, Sunday evening.
Cliffside School News
At 7:30 Thursday evening, Nov. 21, Cliffside school, observing National Book Week, presents a public program in the auditorium, followed by reception in the library. Everyone is invited. Either a book or silver offering will be appreciated. The program will be as follows:
Significance of Book Week, Miss Sue Whiteside. Piano solo, Miss Frances Buckner. Reading, Miss Sarah Rickard. Violin Duet, Harry Hendrick and David Colvin, assisted by Lois Davidson Pantoming [Pantomiming], “Book Characters.” Song, Miss Annabelle Logan’s room. Play, “House of Good Literature” Students.
The library reception committee includes Mrs. H. L. Robertson, Miss Emily Hilliard, and Miss Alice David.
The first of this week found the basketball girls and their coach Miss Whiteside, again on the court, ready to start work for another season. The prospects look brighter than ever. Here’s to their success! Schedule of the games will be announced later.
Let’s not forget the basketball boys! They too, will have a team even though it will be composed entirely of new material. By the way, did you know that Mr. Barkley had out a reward of $5.00 to anyone who could find a boy in high school who had ever played basketball before?
A very entertaining chapel program was presented last Friday morning by Mrs. John Tinkler’s room. In the play, “The Land of Education” the following characters took part: Marjorie Hill, Guy Hamrick, Elaine Ware, Merle Stacey, Virginia Mott, James Sargee, Dorothy Green. The program was concluded by a song “Farmer Lads and Lassies” dressed in appropriate costumes.