Twin Reporters, June 11, 1936
From The Courier, June 11, 1936
Cliffside, June 8 — Little Charles Dula celebrated his fifth birthday Saturday afternoon with a party. Those who were present were: Bobby Hill, Mary Sue and Walter Toney, Robert and Marie Waters, Violet, Jack, Madeline and Jerry Scruggs, Harold and Frances McMurray, Annie Sue Nanney, Guy and Doris Guffey. After games were played cake and orangeade was served.
Mr. Charles Haynes had as his guests Friday for luncheon: Mr. C. M. Guggenheimer, of New York City, Messrs Ben and Herman Cone of Greensboro, Messrs Maurice Hendrick, Andy Love, G. C. Shuford, Myles Haynes and H. M. Owens.
The following left Saturday on the train for Norfolk, Va., where they sailed Sunday on the German liner, S. S. Reliance, for Bermuda on the North Carolina Banker’s cruise: Messrs Charles H. Haynes and Andy Love, Mesdames Myles Haynes, B. P. Caldwell, J. C. Hames, and H. L. Robertson; Misses Beth Caldwell, Amanda and Margaret Haynes. Joe, of Charlotte, joined the party in Raleigh Saturday night. After the boat returns to Norfolk, they plan to visit Virginia Beach and other points of interest around Norfolk before they return to Cliffside.
Mr. Watkins, who has been on the sick list, is improving.
The people of Cliffside are rejoicing over the return of Rev. H. E. Stimson, who underwent an operation in the Rutherford Hospital several weeks ago. He is getting along nicely.
Mr. Craig Watkins who has been away to school in Boston, Mass., is now spending three weeks vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Watkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Parris and children, accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Rayburn, attended the dinner of Mr. Menner Morgan, of Campobello, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Roberts, of Haiwaii [Hawaii], are visiting relatives here.
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Quince Stacey, Sunday afternoon were: Mrs. Walter Stepp and daughters, Mary Alice, Kate, Dora, Beula Mildred, all of Hendersonville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mashburn and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mashburn and small daughter, Norma Kate attended memorial services at Clear Creek church, Sunday.
Little Miss Dot Hill visited her little cousin, John Kennedy, at Caroleen last week.
Mrs. Sarah Scruggs, wife of the late Mr. Lewis Scruggs, died Sunday evening at 7:30 p. m., after 28 years of suffering. Funeral will be conducted this afternoon (Monday) at the Mt. Pleasant Baptist church. Mrs. Scruggs was a patient sufferer and a Christian of remarkable faith. She leaves a large number of relatives and a host of friends whose lives have been blessed by her unwavering faith and Christian character.
Miss Lyndall Clayton and Mrs. F. C. Ellis entertained their Sunday School class with a picnic Saturday afternoon.
The Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Bridges were Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Greene and daughter, Rilla, of Boiling Springs.
Miss Ellen Kendrick has returned home after a visit with Miss Frye of Forest City.
Mrs. Clara Capps, of Hendersonville, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Crowe.
The Scoggins quartet of Sandy Springs church will sing at the Baptist church Sunday night, June 21. This quartet is noted for their Gospel songs over WSPA each Sunday at 6 p. m.
Mr. Gerard Davidson left Tuesday for Spartanburg to attend Wofford summer school.
Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Hunnicutt were dinner guests Thursday of Dr. S. E. Welchel, of Avondale.
The Y. W. A. met Monday evening with Misses Hazel and Lalage Grigg.
The many friends of Mrs. Inez Bridges, Asheville, will be glad to know she is improving, following an operation in Shelby Hospital.
The Attie Bostic Circle met Tuesday with Mrs. Bessie Grigg.
The R. A’s. met in a mission study class with Mrs. J. A. Hunnicutt on Wednesday afternoon.
The B. A. U. held a banquet supper in the yard of the parsonage on Thursday. All report a very enjoyable time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Brown, of Spartanburg, were visitors here Sunday afternoon.
Jas. Allen Hunnicutt, Jr., is visiting in Salisbury.