Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 27, Number 7 • February 24, 1937

CHS basketball team to compete in district tournament

The Celina High School basketball team, with one of the best quints ever to represent the school, will “take off” this week for the Tenth District basketball tournament at Livingston where they will have Brydstown for their opponents for the first game.

The squad, composed of three seniors, three juniors and two freshman, have won 17 games and lost 5, and will enter the tournament among the favorites. The squad, in addition to Coach Karl Monroe, includes Ray Fowler, Carl Napier, Boss Hestand, Nelson Grace, McKellar Masters, Thomas Waddle, Elbert Rich, and James Stone.

February term of criminal court was convened Monday with Judge O.K. Holladay of Cookeville presiding. Little time was spent in the selection of the grand jury. T.L. Meadows is foreman.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kenney spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Brown.

Ben Ellis Kirkpatrick of Middlesboro, Kentucky spent the weekend in Celina.

News has been received of the death of Joel White of Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee. It is reported that the death of Mr. White, 92 year old former resident of Celina and a Federal soldier in the Civil War, occurred Monday.

Denver and Kenneth Garrison of Cookeville visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ray Saturday and Sunday.

Don’t kill your wife! Let us do the “dirty work”. City Dry Cleaners

Showing at the Dixie Theatre

Wednesday night March 3, 1937

Claire Trevor in “STAR FOR A NIGHT”

Misses Ada Lee and Frances Sidwell and Miss Gladys Windle of Nashville were the guests of Mrs. Fannie Windle over the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Grady Sidwell and Miss Mary Fitzgerald were in Nashville Saturday.

J.H. Parrish of Nashville attended Court here this week.