Twin Reporters, May 27, 1937
From The Courier, May 27, 1937
Cliffside, May 24.—Hello Friends. The Briarhoppers are on the air and the Hawaiian music Sam is playing; makes one wish they were away out in Hawaii. Summer is here and if we had our way we would take a couple of months off and travel to Hawaii.
Passing through the country we see cherry trees laden to the ground with rich, luscious fruit. Don’t we wish we had two or three trees around our door.
Little Martha Anne Watkins celebrated her 4th birthday at her home Friday, May 21. After games were played delicious refreshments of pink ice cream and cakes were served by Miss Maude Devenney and Virginia Watkins to Martha Anne Watkins, Barbara Sparks, Virginia Sparks, Mary Edna Daves, Ramona Wallace, Margaret Anne Beaver, Ruby Johnson, Carolyn Jean Watkins, Carl Jordan, Jr., Roland and Billy Wallace. Martha Anne received many nice presents and the little guests departed wishing her many more happy birthdays.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hardin visited in Kings Mountain Saturday.
Rev. J. A. Howard of City View church, Greenville, S. C., arrived Monday and will assist Rev. J. A. Hunnicutt during the revival which begins Monday at the Baptist church. The public is cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Combs left this week to make their home in Oakland, Calif.
Mesdames Max Pruitt, Elam Hawkins, and Forest Bailey all patients at Rutherford Hospital are improving.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sizemore are visiting in Belmont, S. C.
Mr. James Wingo, of Fair Forest, returned home Sunday after a visit to his aunt, Mrs. J. A. Hunnicutt.
Rev. and Mrs. Wendall Grigg, of Marion, were visitors here Sunday.
Mr. Alton Edwards left Saturday for a weeks [week’s] visit to his uncle in Washington, D. C.
Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Hunnicutt and Rev. J. A. Howard were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Greene, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Holland Brady of Tryon, visited friends here Sunday.
The Typhoid, diphtheria and small-pox clinics will be held here June 4, 11, 18, and 25th, at 9 a. m. Please make note of this and remember those dates.
Mrs. B. P. Caldwell of Marion is visiting her brother, Mr. Chas. Haynes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brown and sons James and Richard left Friday to spend several days in Washington, D. C. While there they will be guests of Mrs. Brown’s sister, Mrs. Chas. Cooper and Mr. Cooper.
Miss Winnie Price of Washington, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. B. L. Davidson.
Mrs. W. B. Wilson of the Mt. Vernon section, formerly of Cliffside, visited friends here Saturday. Mrs. Wilson was accompanied by her son Mr. Broadus E. Wilson and Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Clark of California.
Friends of Mrs. R. B. Watkins extend sympathy in the loss of her brother, Mr. Thomas N. Craig, of Nashville, Tenn., who died after a short illness, May 11.