Twin Reporters, Dec. 5, 1935
From The Courier, Dec. 5, 1935
Cliffside, Dec. 2 — Misses Meredith and Gladys Bush, of Spartanburg, S. C., were the visitors of Miss Pauline Scruggs during the past week-end.
Miss Geraldine McCurry delightfully entertained a number of her friends Saturday night. Those enjoying the occasion were: Misses Marjorie Byrd, Lois Davidson, Mary Frances Moss, Elizabeth Hendrick, Ethylyn Roberson, Rachel Fortune, Elizabeth Bridges, Pearl Ledford, Daisy Carpenter, Shirley Crawford. Messrs. James Ferree, Howard Talbert, David Colvin, Harry Hendrick, Davis Hunnicutt, Leonard Morrow, Francis Fowler, Billy Holland, Gerard Davidson, Theron McDaniel and Duke Hill.
Miss Ethyl Ingram returned to her home after spending two weeks in the Rutherford hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Keeter and Mrs. O’Conner were the Sunday guests of Mrs. [Miss] Charity Keeter.
The Cliffside string band walked away from the Hollis school building Thursday night with the first prize given at the fiddlers convention. The band consists of Mr. Dewey McDaniel, Taft Cobb, Eugene Wilson, Raleigh Pritchard, and Marshall Cobb.
Mrs. Docia Abrams from the eastern part of the state, is visiting relatives here.
Miss Ethylyn Keeter of Charlotte, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilson and daughter Caroline spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Keeter.
A number of people here attended the singing at Caroleen and everyone enjoyed the singing of the Monroe brothers and the old hired hand.
Misses Lena Mae Fisher and Ethylyn Keeter, Messrs. Clarence McKinney, and B. T. Price visited Miss Sarah Atchley, Saturday night. Miss Atchley is ill at this time.
Mrs. Clara Wilson returned to her home Thanksgiving after spending two weeks with her son, Mr. Eugene Wilson, in Cramerton.
Miss Hazel Haynes spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Haynes. Miss Haynes is a student at Limestone college.
Those spending Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Roberson and family were: Mr. and Mrs. Greenleaf, Asheville, W. T. Roberson and Earl Hill, Forest City, Ernest Roberson and family, Forest City, Marjorie Byrd, Grover, Geraldine McCurry, Cliffside.
Mrs. Chas. McCurry and daughter Geraldine had as their guests Thursday evening, Misses Ethylyn Roberson and Marjorie Byrd, Messrs. Francis Fowler and Leon Dedmond.
Mr. and Mrs. John Atkinson and children, Billy and Elizabeth, spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Atkinson of State Line.
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Simmons visited relatives in Polk county Thursday.
Mr. W. A. Henson is very ill at this writing.
The young men’s Bible class entertained the young ladies’ Bible class with an oyster supper Saturday night. A large number reported a fine time.
The Adult B. Y. P. U. had a social hour at the memorial building Saturday night. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hunnicutt, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sizemore, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Blanton, Mr. J. L. Scruggs, Mr. E. H. Callahan, J. H. Parris and Mrs. Myrtle Price and Mr. Lawrence McKinney. Everyone reported a fine time.
Mrs. Annie Gilbert and Miss Clara Bridges were the week-end guests of Miss Edith Hooker.
Misses Margaret Dedmond and Helen Kendrick were the week-end guests of Miss Eula Mae Gosey
Misses Clara Atkinson and Miss Macie Bridges spent the week-end in Gastonia.
Mrs. Guy Frye and children, Perry and Harry spent the holidays in Greenville visiting Mrs. Frye’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rector.
The play “The Old Fashioned Mother,” which was given here two weeks ago, will be given again at the town hall Thursday night. This play is sponsored by the Rachel Bible class. Music will be furnished by the Cliffside string band.
Miss Bunia White was the guest of Miss Ruby McDaniel, Thursday night.