From The Courier, Jan. 28, 1937
This week's column was likely written by a substitute for the Twin Reporters.
DELIGHTFUL PARTY AT
Cliffside, January 25.—Misses Inez and Virginia Biggerstaff gave a delightful party at their home, Saturday, Jan. 23. Among those present were: Misses Lois Womack, Sue Crowe, Lyndall Clayton, Bunia White, Janie Campbell, Melrose Robinson, Elsie Curtis, Lois and Lillie Mae Blanton, Mary McDaniel, Hazel Blanton, Edith Hooker, Aileen Marsh, Annie Belle Russ, Polly Carpenter, Ferrell Wortman, Zenobia Ellis, Eula Belle and Leola Sizemore, Geneva Scruggs, Novia Goode, Blanche Devinney, Sable Johnson, Louise Blackburn, Nellie Blackburn, Alice Jonas, Dorothy and Margaret Beason, Verdie Mae Brackett of Cliffside; Mary and Martha Ruppe of Forest City; Ruby Edwards of Bostic, Hazel Cash, Cliffside.
Eugene Gosey, Gaines Webster, Robert Condrey, Theron McDaniel, Raleigh Pritchard, Clyde Rome, Taylor Rome, Colin Adair, of Cliffside; Walter Miller, “Cowboy” Atchley, ‘Strut’ Atchley, of Forest City; Raleigh Holcombe, Everette Dillashaw of Alexander; Max Boone of Gastonia; Charlie Biggerstaff, of Burlington; Faye Davidson of Rutherfordton; Jimmy Jolley of State Line; Dewitt Biggerstaff and Charles Crotts of Spindale; Hal Griffin, C. C. Wood, Jimmy Dixon, Johnny Moore, Joe McCurry, of Henrietta; Eulas Ray, Perry Lowery, Earl Rheinhart, Leon Ward of Caroleen; Willard Metcalf of Avondale; Eddie Burwell of Spartanburg; Chesnee Ramblers of Chesnee, S. C., Robert, Paul, and John McPherson of Lockhart, S. C., and many others.
Music was furnished by Glen McKinney of Cliffside at the piano and the McPherson Brothers Jug band of Lockhart, S. C., and the Chesnee Ramblers of Chesnee, S. C.
Everyone present reported a nice time.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Sossomon of Charlotte, were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Goode.
Mr. G. C. Fisher who had been visiting his mother and friends has returned to the Navy in Norfolk, Va.