Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 29, Number 17 • April 26, 1939

“Cordell Hull for President Day” set for June 8

Citizens of Celina and Clay County are arranging for one of the greatest rallies ever held on local soil to be staged in Celina on Thursday, June 8, in honor of Clay County’s own Cordell Hull. This day will be known as “Cordell Hull for President Day” and it is expected that thousands of friends and admirers of Judge Hull will gather in Celina to pay tribute to this outstanding world citizen.

The Clay County tax rate will remain at $3.00, the same as last year, it was decided by the county court in an adjourned session here Monday.

The court voted $1,200 to build a school house at Eminence, the sum to be taken from delinquent taxes.

A resolution endorsing Honorable Cordell Hull for president was unanimously adopted.

A big lot of 98 cent Dresses at Cook’s Store to sell for 79 cents. These dresses are all new with circular skirts. – Adv.

All $1.98 shoes at Cook’s to sell for $1.85. See them before you buy!

Addis Sullivan, Timothy, celebrated his 64th birthday Sunday, April 23, with a bountiful dinner and old-time musical entertainment.

More than seventy guests were present. Music was furnished by Buck and Joe Smith and Edith and Corman Bilbrey.

Plainview News

Forest fires have done considerable damage in this neighborhood during the past week.

R.A. Colson celebrated his 74th birthday Saturday with a large number of friends and relatives present. A delicious dinner was served and many nice gifts were presented to the honoree.

Mr. and Mrs. Landon Davis are the proud parents of a baby girl.

Dudley Thompson spent the weekend with home folks.

John Bowe is visiting his son, Bayless, at Gallatin.

Special at Cook’s for the next 30 days, good, 8 oz. Feather Ticking for 19 cents per yard. – Adv.

Mrs. Sallie Elam has moved to the E.W. Fox residence in East Celina.