Twin Reporters, Sep. 2, 1937
From The Courier, Sep. 2, 1937
Cliffside, Aug.30. — Hello friends. So much has been happening around that the Twin Reporters can’t get their minds on the job.
The Cliffside Baptist church is planning a loyalty revival. There will be fifteen weeks of this revival. Five weeks to prepare for it and then the revival begins in earnest. Much interest is being taken in this revival and everyone is hoping it will help the church and its course.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sorgee spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harrill, of Bessemer City. They were accompanied by Messrs Paul Jackson of Spindale and Albert Lancaster.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Goforth, of Avondale, spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mashburn.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson, Aug. 25, a baby boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morehead, of Caroleen, and Miss Lyndall Clayton of Cliffside, spent the week-end visiting relatives in Bessemer City.
Rev. H. E. Stimson of the Methodist church is assisting in a revival in Lenoir.
Misses Hazel Stacey and Elizabeth Winn were the hostesses at the birthday party in honor of Miss Virginia Winn, Saturday night. A nice time was enjoyed by all and games were played throughout the evening.
Among those present were Misses Hazel and Polly Stacey, Elizabeth Winn, Virginia Winn, Louise Keeter, Lorene Bailey, Janie Campbell, Bunia White, Dot Beason, Virginia Hill, Mary Crowe, Edith Hooker, Leola Sizemore, Eula Sizemore, Helen Sizemore, Margaret Crowe, Nell Crowe, Ferrell Wortman, Zenoila [Zenobia] Ellis, Alice Jonas, Melba Clayton, Mary Sue Guffey, Inez Biggerstaff, Virginia Biggerstaff, Kathleen Harris, Edith Harris, Nora Sims, Sue Hawkins, Geneva Scruggs, Evelyn Justice, and Messrs Earl Reinhardt, Leon Ward, Ophus Jolley,
Ples Elmore, Wayne Stacey, John Womack, Joe Biggerstaff, Perry Lowery, Joe Price, John Price, Shelton Owens, Robert Condrey, Eules Wray, Howard Ingle, Robert Tate, Charlie Beason, Robert Weast, Jack Matheny, James Beason, Colon Adair, James Weast, Charles Kendrick, Kenneth Hughes, Jimmy Dixon, Jack Goode, Johnny Moore, Bud Miller, Ernest Coffey, Boyce, Larry and Hubert McAbee. Mary [???] Ruppe, Hal Griffin, Everett Padgett, J. P. Burgess, James Neil, Russell Cobb, J. D. Johnson, Jerry Goode and others.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morehead and Mrs. Albert Morehead and daughter Joyce were the Friday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Clayton.
Miss Mary Jane Smith, of Avondale, spent a few days last week with Miss Sarah Gibson.
Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mashburn, who have recently moved to their new home near Avondale were given a pounding of groceries and many other things.
[Transcribers note: Maybe this entry should have been edited in the following manner:]
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mashburn, who have recently moved to their new home near Avondale, were recently given a pounding of groceries and many other things by friends and relatives.
Miss Nettie Ree Guffey who has been spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. J. B. Guffey returned to her work in Montgomery, Alabama Friday night.
The Cliffside public school will open Thursday morning, September 2. School days are here again.
Many weddings of recent dates are as follows: James Harker [Hooker] and Stella Daves, Otto Matheny and Lutelle Hames, Clarence McKinney and Emma Sue McDaniel, and James Crowe and Margaret Allen. Dan Cupid seems to be working and keeping busy these days.
The Y. W. A. girls of the Cliffside church sang at the W. M. U. convention in Caroleen Thursday night. The girls taking part on the program were: Mrs. Roy Beason, Misses Geraldine McCurry, Mildred Beason, Catherine Kendrick, Lyndall Clayton, Mildred Kanipe, Florence Blanton, and Mesdames James Frye and Frank Mashburn.
The many friends of Mrs. Dewitt Causby, who is in the Mary Black hospital hope she will soon be well and back home.