Twin Reporters, Nov. 25, 1937
From The Courier, Nov. 25, 1937
Cliffside, Nov. 22.—Hello, friends—Ole Man Winter has appeared on the scene; guess you know that, though. The pretty fish pond in front of the post office is covered with ice and looking underneath the ice you can see the little gold fish swimming, but we prefer the summer months.
The people in Cliffside like the idea of having water at their door. Water has been inconvenient and the new water line enables the people to have water beside their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. [Q.] Stacey and family visited relatives in Marion Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb and children, Miss Elsie Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Boone, all of Winnsboro, were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith
Mr. Paul Ricketts, of Great Falls, was the week-end guest of his sister, Mrs. T. M. Crowe.
Mrs. Fannie E, Ricketts has returned home after several weeks visiting relatives near Dysortsville [Dysartsville].
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Greene and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sparks were the Sunday visitors of Miss Helen Greene at Chimney Rock.
Mr. T. L. Blanton, who lived at Cliffside for a quarter of a century, is very sick at his home near Dobbinsville. His many friends here wish for him a speedy recovery.
Misses Margie and Margaret Crawley, of Spindale, visited relatives here Sunday.
The friends of Mr. Lum Moore will be glad to know that he is improving after being ill for several weeks.
Miss Margaret Dedmond, of Spartanburg, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dedmond.
Miss Alice David spent the week-end with her sister at Columbia, S. C.
There was a good number present at the Regional B. T. U. meeting at the Cliffside Baptist church last Sunday. The program was real good and enjoyed by all.
The Baptist church will have a Thanksgiving service Thursday at 7 a. m. These early services are always enjoyed and many come. This year we have so many things to be thankful for that every one should make this a great day of real thanksgiving.
Next Sunday night Dr. Burnett, president of Boiling Springs college, will be the speaker at the Baptist church. In addition to the fine message by Dr. Burnett, a beautiful playlet, given by the W. M. U., entitled “Encircling the World, With Prayers and Girls” will be given.