Twin Reporters, July 30, 1936
From The Courier, July 30, 1936
Cliffside, July 27 — Our news may be a little shorter than usual this week for several reasons. The Crazy Twins would appreciate it if the people having news would please give or send it to them before Monday night, as it has to be written and ready to mail Tuesday morning. Be sure and send us your news and help make the Courier more interesting to others.
Over 100 men attended Sunday school at Shelby to hear Hon. Clyde R. Hoey.
The Children’s service was enjoyed at the Baptist church by all. Every fourth Sunday Rev. Hunnicutt brings an inspiring message that is made clear for all. The readers appreciate the poems sent in by the shut-in Miss Mayme Silvers [Silver] of Marion.
The latest Fad in Cliffside is playing softball, which is played at the ball grounds each afternoon between 5 and 6 o’clock by the following ladies: Mesdames H. C. Beatty, B. B. Goode, Yates Miller, T. C. Ellis, Jessie Hardin, Austin Robinson [Roberson] Fred Barkley and Misses Muriel and Maude Scruggs and Rose Womick.
We will be glad if all the readers of the Courier take advantage of the dollar per year subscription.
The Evangelistic club visited the prison camp Sunday afternoon.
Misses Ethlyn [Etheleen] Keeter and Mildred Stimpson [Stimson] are visiting their parents, after taking a business course in Charlotte.
Mrs. Eva Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beason and little Miss Truda Collins visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Whisnant at Polkville Sunday.
Misses Eula Belle Sizemore and Janie Campbell spent Thursday night with Mrs. Addie Smart, of Avondale.
Mrs. Dewey McDaniel, who underwent a serious operation at the Rutherford Hospital, is getting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Voll Atkinson, of Spindale, visited Mrs. Charity Keeter, Sunday.
Little Miss Truda Collins, of Paw Creek, visited relatives her last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Atkinson and children Billy and Elizabeth spent the week-end with Mrs. O. F. Atkinson at State Line.
Mr. Paul Ward, of Wadesboro, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Keeter.
Mr. C. C. Hardin and son Charles are spending the week with Mrs. Ivey Biggerstaff at Oak Grove.
Miss Leola Sizemore spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Earley of Avondale.
Mr. Lawrence McKinney, who has been sick for sometime was taken to the Rutherford Hospital Sunday.
Mr. Clyde Callahan of Detroit, who has been visiting his parents for some weeks, will return home Sunday. He will be accompanied by sister, Miss Mildred Callahan.
Misses Eula Belle and Leola Sizemore spent Saturday night with Miss Geneva Scruggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberson [Robinson] and children attended the singing at Macedonia church Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Creech and family, of Concord, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Talbert. They were accompanied by Robert Talbert, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Talbert.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Shuford and family spent the week-end at Lake Lure. They took their nicely equipped trailer and enjoyed the outing very much.
Misses Rachel and Ruth White, Helen Talbert and Lillian Morris have returned home in Concord, after a short visit with Miss Margaret Talbert.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ingram is ill at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Scruggs spent the week-end at the beach near Wilmington.
Mr. Paul Jackson, of Spindale, spent the week-end with friends here.