Twin Reporters, Aug. 6, 1936
From The Courier, Aug. 6, 1936
Cliffside, Aug. 4 — Hello Friends, Everybody around here is wearing a great big smile. Maybe you wonder what this is all about. Well, we will tell you to end your suspense. Cliffside Mills is running five days a week. In the Card Room a third shift was put on. Many people are glad to get this extra work and are hoping the mill will keep up the good work, It was stated some looms were being warped up that had not run any in three years. It seems that the wheels are beginning to click once more.
Many still seem to be in the dark as to who the Twin Reporters are. We will keep you guessing awhile until our pictures appear along with the crazy column. We can’t assure you that they will be recognizable, though.
Stimulated by sudden events we feel inclined to invite you to read carefully in the third chapter of Rev. the 2nd and 3rd verses and remember Gal. 6:7.
The friends of Miss Mildred Callahan gave her a farewell party at her home Saturday night. Those enjoying the party were Misses Melba Clayton, Elizabeth Hawkins, Grace McCurry, Mary Sue Guffey, Irene Gosey, Mildred Callahan, Freida [Freddie] Roberson [Robinson] and Mary Elizabeth Roberson [Robinson] and Robert Lee Shuford, Fred Roberson, Harold Fowler, Hugh Miller, and Richard Brown.
Miss Polly Carpenter entertained with a party in honor of Miss Ferrel Wortman’s birthday anniversary. Many were present to wish Ferrel a happy birthday and many more of them. Those present were Misses Zenobia Ellis, Rose and Louise Womick, Velma Smith, Margaret Wilson, Jettie Smith, Inez Biggerstaff, Ada Mae and Eva Kate Ferris. Peggy Ellis, of Gaffney, Blanche Devinney, Sue Crowe, Virginia Newton, Cola Reep, Mary Crowe, Elizabeth Owens, Margaret Burnett, Alice Jonas, Dot Beason, Virginia Biggerstaff, Hazel Cash, Ray Hightower, Mary and Martha Ruppe, Katie Lee Jolley and Lorena Vickers and Messrs Gaynes Webster, Otto Matheny, S. [G.] C. Fisher, LeRoy McCurry, Duck McDaniel, Bobo Dedmond, Ernest Coffey, Claude Harrill, Dwi Ramsey, James Brown, Bud Miller, Amerel Blanton, Raymond Whitaker, John Smith, Lester Thrift, Russell Cobb, Leander Harris, Harold Waters, R. P. Freeman, Leon and Albert Head, Fred Burgin, B. F. [T.] Price, Wade Dobbins, Robert Garrison, Horace Harris, Sam Harmon, Lemuel McNelly, Clarence Cannon, Worth Cobb, Jake Price, Lextor Condrey, James Crowe, Ezor Flynn, Courtland Robinson, Boyd Padgett, Broadus Hamrick, G. T. Hawkins, Guy Crawley, G. B. Miller, Fred Crowe, Cowboy Atchley, Herman Sisk, Norman Tate, John Lovelace, Gerard Davidson, J. R. Whisnant, Graham Wall, Earl Hardin and Lawrence Lovelace.
Mrs. Draper Rhodes, of Burlington, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lorena Edwards this week.
Master Hugh and John Mauney of Lattimore, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ellis.
Misses Ethel and Kathleen Hovis, Esmer Earley, Messrs J. D. Hawkins and Jack Morrow of Shelby, motored to Lake Lure Sunday.
Miss Ellen Kendrick was the week-end guest of Miss Mildred Neal at Ellenboro.
The week-end guests of Miss Rose Womick were Misses Louise Womick, Velma Smith and Ray Hightower of Avondale.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Newton, Monday, Aug. 3 a daughter Shirley Gaybrella.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Ware and family visited friends and relatives in Whitmire, S. C., over the week-end.
Miss Elizabeth Owens of Forest City, spent the week-end with Miss Mary Crowe.
Miss Clara Wilson who has been visiting her son in Cramerton has returned to her home here.
Miss Sarah Atchley, of Spindale was the week-end guest of Miss Ethelyn Keeter.
Mr. and Mrs. Esper Brown, of Forest City, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Loy Wort-man.
Little Rose Brindle, of Forest City is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sorgee
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy McCurry and Mrs. J. P. Hill visited Mrs. D. H. Jarrett, at Cherryville Sunday.
Mrs. Lorena Edwards’ grandchildren, Bill, Jim, and David of Winston-Salem orphanage are spending two weeks vacation with their grandmother.
Mr. Paul Bridges of Leaksville, is spending a few days here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly, of Ohio, and two daughters are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Scruggs.
Miss Carrie Metcalfe of Statesville, spent the week-end with Misses Mae and Lyndall Clayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stallings and family moved to Alexander, We regret very much the loss of these friends but our loss is Alexander’s gain.
Mr. and Mrs. Ishel Parris, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKinney and son Glenn visited Miss Fannie McKinney of Forest City.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Young, Jr., and little daughter Nancy Morgan of Kittrell, N. C. are spending the week-end with Mrs. Young’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Talbert.
The week-end guests of Miss Zenobia Ellis were Miss Ada Mae Ferris, Eva Kate Ferris and Peggy Ellis of Gaffney.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sorgee visited Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Jackson of Spindale, Sunday.
Mr. Robert Talbert, of Concord, spent the week-end with his parents.
Misses Mabel Harrill and Lois Price will enter Berea college, Berea, Ky., Sept. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Whitaker and family have returned home after a weeks visit with relatives in Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Summie Scruggs, of Charlotte, were visitors here Sunday on their way to Georgia to visit relatives.
Mrs. June Smith is improving after several weeks illness.
Mrs. R. B. Watkins is confined to her room as the result of a fall she received early Saturday morning.
Mrs. J. B. Blalock and daughters Misses Marie, Helen and Jeanett, of Lake View Farm were shopping in Shelby Saturday.
Misses Pearl Simmons and Virginia Moore are spending their vacation in Brevard this week.
Mr. Broadus Moore, our popular cotton buyer has returned from a pleasant vacation in old Kentucky.
Mrs. Hugh Kendrick is ill at this writing. We wish for her a speedy recovery.
Those attending the McFadden reunion Sunday at the home of Roy McDaniel were Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Rollins, Mrs. J. B. Guffey, and Maurice, Braxton and Mary Sue Guffey and also Mr. Clarence McKinney.