Twin Reporters, Oct. 8, 1936
From The Courier, Oct. 8, 1936
Cliffside, Oct. 5—Hello friends. We are back again, (the pests). It is kindo [kind of] hard to work, write news, and go to church services. Yes, we invite you to revival services at the Methodist church. Rev. H. E. Stimpson [Stimson] is in charge of the services while Mr. George Hawks assists with the singing. The singing services start at 7:15. Come and bring your friends.
To all the readers of The Forest City Courier, we wish to say hello. We are glad you like our paper. If you have noticed, many people from over the U. S. read our paper. We are glad they think lots of the home town and folks.
Mr. Wesley McMurray, a student of Furman University, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. N. McMurray.
Little Buddy Padgett celebrated his birthday with a party Sunday, Oct. 4. Among the invited guests were Colleen White, Mary Elizabeth Bridges, Mary Frances White, Johnnie Mills, Ramona Padgett, Edith McDaniel, Laura Ann Kendrick, Monty Bridges, Douglas White, Tommie Blanton and Dorothy Jean Goode. All had a nice time playing games and blowing balloons, after which refreshments were served.
Miss Lyndall Clayton spent the week-end with Miss Reba White, of Gilkey.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lovelace, of Sunshine, were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rae McMurray.
Miss Mary Crow was the week-end guest of Miss Lib Owens of Forest City.