Twin Reporters, Jan. 7, 1937
From The Courier, Jan. 7, 1937
This week’s column was likely written by a substitute for the Twin Reporters.
Cliffside, January 4.—Miss Dorothy Edwards, of Eastman, Ga., was the guest of Miss Rachel Fortune during holidays.
Those entertaining and honoring college students and visiting guests during the holidays were: Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Fortune, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hames; Mr. and Mrs. M. Hendrick, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Colvin and Dr. and Mrs. G. O. Moss.
Miss Lois Davidson, Gerard Davidson and Howard Talbert were the dinner guests of Miss Virginia Walden, of Landrum, S. C., Sunday night.
Those returning to college this week after spending the holidays with their parents are Miss Elizabeth Hendrick to Salem, Winston-Salem; Harry Hendrick and David Colvin to Davidson college, Davidson; Lois Davidson to Limestone, Gaffney; Hazel Haynes and Rachel Fortune, Robinson’s Business School, Spartanburg; Margaret Talbert to Boiling Springs, Davis Hunnicutt, Mars Hill; Eloise Ramsey, Pauline, Grace, and Ruth Scruggs to Asheville Teacher’s College, Asheville.
Miss Sara Shuford spent last week with her cousins, Misses Anna Lou and Frances Packard and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eckard of Marion.
Mr. Robert Talbert, of Concord, spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Talbert during the Christmas holidays.
Mrs. Lettie Scruggs and children, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scruggs visited Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Watkins and Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Greene last week.
Mr. L. L. Wortman Is very ill at the Rutherford Hospital.
Miss Ethelyn Roberson accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Self, of Asheville, is spending two weeks in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Sparks and family are leaving this week to take charge of the County Home. We are sorry to lose this good family from our midst.
Mrs. John Tinkler and Mrs. H. C. Beatty will be hostess [hostesses] at a tea at the home of Mrs. Tinkler, honoring Mrs. Charles Dalton, recent bride, Saturday afternoon, Jan. 9.
Mrs. Dalton is a member of Cliffside school faculty and has been accorded many courtesies since their marriage.
Miss Sara Colvin, teacher at Advance, N. C., spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Colvin.