Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 30, Number 16 • April 24, 1940

Organization work in boys 4-H clubs is successful

Organization work in the county boys 4-H clubs is meeting with success following the announcement that a Productive Credit Association loan of $1,900 had been approved for club projects this year.

Fifteen clubs with a membership of about 250, have been organized and members of each group are showing unusual interest.

Mrs. Charles Vaughn and Mrs. Carmon Brown were joint hostesses of a prettily planned miscellaneous shower last Wednesday at the home of the former, to compliment Mrs. James Keen, whose marriage was an event in March.

Mrs. Bernetta Christian of Nashville visited friends here on Saturday.

The annual summer health round-up is being conducted by the Upper Cumberland Health unit, under the supervision of Dr. W.F. Bell and Mrs. Eugene Fiske, county nurse.

L.L. Morris of Glasgow, Ky. was in Celina on Saturday.

Rites for C.C. (Lum) Fleming, who died Monday on his eightieth birthday, were conducted Tuesday afternoon at Flat Rock Church of Christ in Overton County by Elder Kirk L. Blankenship.

The honor of seeding more rye grass last fall than any other county in the East Central Region goes to Clay County, according to a report received at the local county agents office. Farmers seeded 4,000 acres.

Try our Special Roasted Coffee, fresh ground, at H.H. Napier Grocery.

Miss “Tootsie” Knight of Hermitage Springs spent Saturday night and Sunday as guest of Miss Georgia Mae Butler.

Showing at the Clay Theatre Sunday and Monday “Swanne River” with Don Ameche and Andrea Leeds

Showing Saturday, a special western, 

“The Cisco Kid and The Lady.”

Special trade in allowance on your old radio all this month and next on a new radio.

“Kirkpatricks”