Twin Reporters, Sep. 3, 1936
From The Courier, Sep. 3, 1936
Cliffside, Sept. 1.— Hello, Friends. Here we are back again for our weekly chat. We are always glad to chatter with you a little bit each week. Not taking the weather report away from Miss Weast but we would like to comment on these storms that arise every evening. It put in good time raining, or did you notice?
We read in the Forest City Courier where the Ellenboro Colfax Fair starts Sept. 10th. The fair is free to everybody and it is predicted that it will be a great success this year. For many years we have enjoyed going to the Ellenboro fair. The exhibits that are put on are really worth your time to visit. Besides the exhibits there will be riding devices to entertain everyone, and the lunch stands that have enticing things to eat. “Come right this way, ladies and gentlemen,” etc. We hope to see you there.
To N. T. and R. R. of Sandy Mush: Sorry we missed the watermelon feast and believe us when we say we hope there is another one right away.
Personal nomination (Cliffside): Best Looking boys—LeRoy McCurry; Clyma Ware; Joe Dedmond… Prettiest girls—Eula Mae Gamble, Shirley Crawford, Elsie Curtis… Cutest girl—Ellen Kendrick… Cutest boy—Gerard Davidson . .. Prettiest married lady—Mrs. H. L. Robertson… Most romantic boys—James and Fred Crowe… Best girl sport—Eula Mae Gosey… Best boy sport—Raymond Whitaker… Most popular girl—Elizabeth Hendrick… Most popular boy—Francis Fowler…
Sweetest girl—Blanche Devinney … Most handsome boy—Maurice Guffey… Funniest boy—John Womack… Best piano players—Myrtle Green and Glenn McKinney…Man-about-town—”Spud” Crawford… Most sincere—Virginia Moore and Otto McDevitt… Craziest boy—G. C. Fisher… Most likeable boy—Frank Mashburn… Most likeable girl—Edith Hooper [Hooker]… Neatest girl—Elizabeth Bridges…Neatest boy—”Jeff” McKinney.
The family of Mr. M. C. Blanton gave him a birthday dinner, Sunday. A large number of friends and relatives were present.
Mrs. J. A. Hunnicutt, Mrs. Otto Moore, Misses Myrtle Greene, Florence Blanton and a number of the Sunbeams attended the annual W. M. U. meeting at Greene Creek church last Tuesday.
Miss Lois Womack spent the week-end with Miss Lillian Hamrick at Bostic.
Mrs. Bennie Hawkins and children, [??] Moore, Misses Myrtle Greene, Flor- [Florence ??] Simmons and Mr. Herman Greene spent the week-end at Bearwallow.
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Clayton, Sunday afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McKinney, Mrs. Paul McKinney, Mrs. Lawson McKinney and Miss Mary McKinney, all of Pea Ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Roberson and children and Mr. W. S. [I.] Roberson spent Sunday at Little Switzerland.
Miss Sue Crowe was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. [B] Ricketts at Dysartsville.
Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Hunnicutt were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wall and Miss Bessie Wall, Sunday.
Little Miss Justine Curtis, of Marion, was the week-end guest of Hazel and Frances Crowe.