Twin Reporters, Jan. 16, 1936
From The Courier, Jan. 16, 1936
Cliffside, Jan. 14—Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sizemore and family Sunday were; Mr. Willie Vess, Tommy and Mary Sue Vess, Virgie Fender and Sewell Hollifield, of Marion and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Vess, Mr. and Mrs. Landrum Strickling and little daughter Martha Faye of Drayton, S.C.
Mrs. R. R. Scruggs and daughters Polly and Betty Ann, visited the formers mother, Mrs. M. E. Daniels of Forest City, R-3, Sunday.
Mrs. Will Hawkins and daughter Belle, of Race Path, were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Greene and Mrs. M. V. Scruggs,
Miss Mary Crowe returned to her home after spending three weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Ricketts of Nebo, N. C.
Mrs. J. M. Balock [Blalock] who recently moved here from Shelby enrolled as a new member in the Dorcas Bible class, Sunday.
Mrs. Davis Green and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Callahan visited Mrs. R. B. Watkins, Monday afternoon.
Mr. Dave Bridges, our telephone operator is getting along nicely in the Rutherford Hospital. Mr. Bridges has an infected foot.
Mrs. A. T. Moore had the misfortune Friday night of falling and breaking his leg. He is in the hospital in Shelby.
Cliffside is glad to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Sawin [Swing] from Kannapolis to this community. Mr. Sawin [Swing] is overseer of the finishing dept.
For several Sunday evenings Rev. Hunnicutt will preach on “Know Your Church.”
Howard Callahan is home for a few days from the U. S. Navy. He is stationed at Hampton Roads, Va.
We are sorry to hear of the illness of the mother of Mr. W. P. Hooker.
The Baptist church voted yesterday to a make a special offering for the building every three months.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nanney, December 31, 1935, a son, Carl Ray.
Miss Hazel Crawley, of Avondale, spent the week-end with her aunts, Misses Charity and Callie Crawley.
Miss Janie Campbell spent Saturday night with Misses Eula Belle, and Leola Sizemore.
Miss Ruth Beheler delightfully entertained a number of her friends Saturday night with a party.
Mr. E. T. Combs, J. R. Sizemore, W. H. Robertson and W. S. Hooker visited the prison camp, Sunday.
Mrs. Nancy Padgett was delightfully entertained at a party Saturday after-noon at the home of her son, Mr. John Padgett. This party was in honor of her seventy-sixth birthday. Everyone present reported a fine time.
The Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Charity Keeter were; Mr. Baxter Callahan, Mrs. Robert Hall of Spindale and Mrs. Luther Edwards of Forest City.