Twin Reporters, April 8, 1937
From The Courier, April 8, 1937
Cliffside, April 5.— Hello friends. April brings its showers and beautiful flowers. Spring is here and we sure are glad. Trees are budding and soon we will have pretty shade trees to sit under and write news.
We haven’t really recovered from the shock of seeing our pictures in the paper. Our face is still red. (We wonder if Mrs. R. B. Watkins had anything to do with it). By the way, the Twin Reporters passed by The Courier office Saturday afternoon and who did we see but Mr. Editor-in chief. We recognized him and almost went in to introduce ourselves and chat awhile. Maybe the next time we will have enough courage to stop.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Self, of Asheville, were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Roberson.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitaker spent several days of last week visiting points of interest in Florida.
Miss Myrtle [Wytle] Bridges who is taking a business course in Charlotte, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. B. Bridges.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jolley, March 10, a daughter Ceba Maria. The mother was formerly Miss Evie Lee Haynes.
Mr. Quince Stacey is ill at this writing. We hope him a speedy recovery.
Mrs. James Frye and Miss Lyndall Clayton were joint hostesses at the Y. W. A. meeting at the latter’s home, Monday night. An interesting program was given with Mrs. James Frye in charge. After the program delicious refreshments of ice cream and cake was [were] served to the following: Misses Mildred Kanipe, Katherine Kendrick, Mildred Beason, Hannah Lou Pruette, Rachel Hill, Mesdames Claude McCurry, and Roy Beason.
Misses Katherine Kendrick and Mildred Kanipe spent the week-end in Marion.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beason and Mrs. Eva Padgett attended a birthday dinner near Pokeville [Polkville], Sunday.
Misses Mildred Beason and Mildred Kanipe, Mr. George Blanton and Rev. J. A. Hunnicutt attended the B. T. U. convention at Lincolnton Friday and Saturday. Rev. Hunnicutt had charge of the four devotional services while there.
Misses Mildred Kanipe and Katherine Kendrick attended the sunrise service at Winston- Salem, Easter morning.