Twin Reporters, Jan 30, 1936
From The Courier, Jan 30, 1936
Cliffside, January. 27—Miss Hattie Sue Whiteside, one of the high school teachers gave a very interesting talk at the men’s evangelistic club Sunday morning. Every one enjoyed this talk from one who is so able and willing to do so.
The evangelistic club of Cliffside [and] also part of the Rutherfordton club met at the Prison Camp, near Spindale, Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock to hold an evangelistic service. There were about thirty visitors present. The program was as follows:
Song by all: Opening prayer, Mr. W. P. Hooker, song by the Rollins girls, first speaker, Miss Sarah Rickard; song by the Rollins girls; second speaker, Mr. J. R. Sizemore; there was one rededication, Ed Smith, and one conversion, Ben Chestnut.
Every one is invited to attend these meetings which are held every Sunday morning at 8:30 o’clock in the banquet room of the Memorial Building.
Prayer meeting is held every Wednesday evening at 7:15 o’clock in the Intermediate department.
Rev. J. A. Hunnicutt, delivered a wonderful message Sunday evening, subject was, “The Trial of the Serpent.” Two additions to the church was [were] made, Billy Kendrick and Clyde Jackson. For the next few Sunday mornings his subject will be, “Know your Church.”
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crawley and daughter[s], Marjorie and Margaret, of Spindale, were the week-end guests of Misses Charity and Callie Crawley.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleat Hardin and family, of Rutherfordton, visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hardin, Saturday.
We are glad to note that Mr. Dave Bridges has returned to his home from the Rutherford hospital and is resting nicely.
Many citizens of this town were sorry to hear of the death of little Miss Mary Helen Moore. She died early Tuesday morning. No funeral arrangements have been made.
Miss Clara Atkinson, Miss Maude Bridges. Mr. R. R. Scruggs of Cliffside, Mrs. Ernest Dillingham of Shelby, and Mr. Chas. Price, of Chesnee left Friday for a two weeks’ visit with friends and relatives in Homestead, Fla.