Twin Reporters, July 23, 1936
From The Courier, July 23, 1936
Cliffside, July 20 — Hello friends. If you will open the door a little wider we will come in for our usual chat this week. Or are you bored to tears? We wouldn’t be in the least surprised if you didn’t open the door at all.
We don’t have so much to talk about this week. Now if it was election time we would have plenty to say, but we will wait until President Roosevelt is re-elected and then we’ll tell you what a good President we have, or do you already know and appreciate him more every day? We could talk all day about our President and the fine things he has done for us but we will let some of the others have their say.
Miss Weast tells you about the weather every week so we won’t interrupt. Say, that’s a good column Norman Fred Camp writes. We twins enjoy your column (Caroleen Side lights) and want to see it in print every week. In fact, there are two good writers in Caroleen and the picture that adorns the Caroleen Chatter column is something to brag about. Just wait until you see Twin Reporters’ picture and you will open your eyes and sit up and look. No, we were just kidding about the picture. Our writing is bad enough. Yeah! That’s what you think.
One-thirty is late enough for you girls and boys to stay up in Forest City. We can’t blame you though for it is hard to say good bye sometimes, ah, I mean good night.
Why is it that all twins are good looking? While we are talking about good-looking people, we wish to mention that Forest City has some r-e-a-l good looking girls. We think “Miss Bostic” would be a good title to bestow upon Miss Lillian Hamrick.
Personal nomination for the most beautiful lake—Rainbow Lake. The only thing wrong with it is that it is not close enough and is in South Carolina.
Odds and Ends: Beautiful brown and blue eyes is a weakness we can’t resist…Hawaiian music is the twin’s favorite. Guess which… Playing jack-stones is the rage in Cliffside while bike riding gets more popular every-day…Swimming is something that we would like to be a champion of…The new bridge over at Broad River is nearing completion. It is something to write home about…It is said that red headed people have a temper; what do you think?… That’s a beautiful lily pond in Front of the main office with beautiful gold fishes.
Miss Grace McCurry entertained at her home with a party Saturday night. Those enjoying the evening were: Christine Crawford, Mildred Callahan, Melba Clayton, Irene Gosey, Mary Sue Guffey, Mary Elizabeth and Freddie Robinson, Blanche Whitaker, Walter Lee McFalls, Robert Lee Shuford, Billy Kendrick, Fred Roberson, David Lee Haynes [McFalls], Richard Brown, Hugh Miller and Bobby Cordell.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Combs and children spent the week-end with Rev and Mrs. Hunnicutt at Bearwallow.
Little Maurice Cardell [Cordell] is sick at this writing.
Walter Lee McFalls, of Wilmington is visiting David Lee Haynes [McFalls].
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Shuford and family visited Lake Tahoma and Lake James, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Campbell are spending their vacation in Washington this week.
Little Miss Betty James, of Caroleen, is visiting her aunt Mrs. J. D. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Davidson and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eckerd and Rev and Mrs. Wendell Grigg at Marion Sunday.
Messrs Robert and Howard Talbert spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. V. V, Fortune at Bearwallow last week.
Mrs. D. S. Causey was carried to the Rutherford Hospital for treatment Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lovelace and family, of Sunshine, visited Mrs. J. C, Rayburn, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crawley and family visited Misses Charity and Callie Crawley, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Barnwell. of Spindale, are visiting Miss Tinse Moore this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hames Saratt and little son, accompanied by Mrs. Annie Cole and Miss Tence Moore visited Mr. Saratt’s parents in Dravo, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Sue Crowe was the week-end guest of Misses Elsie and Ruby Harris of Forest City.
Dr. and Mrs. G. O. Moss had as their guests Sunday, Dr. Moss’ parents, of Grover.
Mr. Carl McKinney is spending a few days with relatives in Forest City this week.
Misses Mary Crowe, Lois Womack, Blanche Davidson [?], Messrs Ernest Coffey, Glenn McKinney and “Bud” Miller attended a party at the home of Eloise and Charles Hopper at Harris, Saturday night.
Miss Margaret Crowe spent the week-end with Miss Elizabeth Crowe at Forest City.
Misses Alice Jonas and Dorothy Beason spent the week-end at Boiling Springs.
Miss Elise Crawford who holds a position in Columbia, S. C. spent the week-end with her parents here.
Mrs. Henry Taylor, of Avondale, visited Mrs. Laxton Harrill, Sunday.
Miss Polly Scruggs spent the week-end with Miss Erlene Roberson of Forest City.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Biggerstaff and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Worth Biggerstaff at Marion, Sunday.
Mr. George Goforth of Kings Mountain, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Goforth