Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 32, Number 11 • March 18, 1942

Plumlee named editor of TPI newspaper

Miss Margaret Plumlee, junior student of Tennessee Polytechnic Institute and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eulas Plumlee of Route 2, has been appointed editor of the Tech Oracle, school publication. Her selection was announced last week by Professor Thomas L. Passons, advisor of the publication.

Miss Plumlee has been serving as associate editor of the publication this year, and has made an outstanding record in activities connected with her school work.

Bond Funeral Home has been awarded contracts by Morrison-Knudsen, Inc. and the War Department for ambulance service in connection with accidents occurring in the construction of Dale Hollow Dam, according to C.H. Pennington, operator of the Celina establishment.

A hospital has been opened at the site of the dam for the treatment of comparatively minor injuries received by the workman in their occupations.

Local farm organization, under the supervision of County Agent Charles Vaughn and Triple A Chairman Dallas Keith, have started an intensive drive through out the county to collect scrap iron and other salvageable materials to aid in the war effort.

Beginning the drive last week, the community of Arcot collected eight tons of scrap iron, which is now in a big heap on the courthouse lawn.

James C. Webb 21, son of Mrs. Mrytie L. Webb of RFD1, Celina has been promoted to the rank of Corporal in the United States Marine Corps, it was announced by the Corps.

Webb enlisted in the Marine Corps at the district recruiting office in the U.S. Court House, Nashville on September 6, 1940 and received his basic training at Paris Island, S.C. He is stationed at the Marine Barricks, Naval Operating Base, Norfolk, Virginia.

Mrs. Ella Arms purchased the C.H. Buford house near the Celina square recently.


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Mr. and Mrs. David Sloan of Carthage visited Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Masters Sunday afternoon.