Twin Reporters, Nov. 26, 1936
From The Courier, Nov. 26, 1936
Cliffside, Nov. 23 — Hello friends. We’ll give you one guess to guess what next Thursday is? Yes, you guessed it the first time, it’s Thanksgiving. We all should have many things to be thankful for. Most of our minds turn to a big fat turkey with all the trimmings.
As for the Twin Reporters, they intend to take a little spin in the air for a change. Won’t we have fun, though?
There will be an airplane one mile out from Cliffside on the road to Harris. To those who wish to take a ride over Cliffside and see our town from the air can have this privilege. Many took rides last Saturday and enjoyed them very much.
Wanted – Pupils to take organ lessons. For further details see “Red” Crotts, Spindale.
We wonder what boy in Alexander would like to take his girl friend to party that lasts a week. Why?
What do you think about the Twin Reporters, Annie Glenn Vess and Edith Penson? We sure were glad to meet you two girls.
We would like to hear from “Slam” and “Bang” at Forest City.
Tell us why is it that brown-eyed boys are so popular? There are many disappointments in love, (or so they say). So don’t give up hope, Clyma.
Do you think blonde heads are more popular that the brunettes? Answer, yes or no.
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Womick and family, of Avondale, visited Mr. and Mrs. Quinn Womick, Sunday afternoon.
Misses Lillian Philbeck and Elizabeth Wilson of Ellenboro, were the week-end guests of Misses Lois and Gertrude Womack.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ellis visited Mr. and Mrs. N. B. McSwain, of the Pleasant Ridge community, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crawley and daughters, Margaret and Marjorie, of Spindale, visited Misses Charity and Callie Crawley, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Eula Mae Gosey spent the week-end with Miss Margaret Dedmond.
Mr. J. F. Clayton and daughters Mae and Lyndall, visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morehead, of near Caroleen, Sunday.
The many friends of Mrs. J. C. Atkinson will be glad to know that she is resting nicely after an appendix operation Monday morning at the Mary Black Hospital in Spartanburg. Her countless friends may write to her at the above address.
Much to the sorrow and regret of the Twin Reporters, our friend, Mrs. R. B. Watkins, was taken to the Rutherford Hospital. We do not know how long she will have to remain but hope she will soon be in our midst again.
It was indeed a pleasure for those who attended the services, both morning and night, at the Baptist church, to hear Miss Clifford Barrett, a missionary from China. At the morning service Miss Barrett brought an interesting message on China. Her talk at the evening service was on the mission work in Palestine. Those who heard her received a great blessing.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy McCurry and small daughter, Norma Lee, were the week-end guests of Mrs. J. H. Jarrett, of Cherryville.
Mr. B. T. Price, student of Boiling Springs college, spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Price.