Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 29, Number 18 • May 3, 1939

Fox hunt to be held this Friday and Saturday

Everything is in readiness for the two day and night fox hunt to be held Friday and Saturday of this week.

The races are to take place in the eastern section of the county, with the camp and eating headquarters to be located at the Bent Rock, where the first chase will take place.

Esquire Charles L. Hampton, president of the Cumberland Mountain Red Fox Club is in charge of arrangements.

Boys from Celina who attended the Future Farmers Convention in Nashville recently were Willis Spear, Robert Lee Fitzgerald, Claude and Percy Plumlee and Carl Hampton Lynn.

Claude Plumlee and Joe Thomas Hampton received the highest honor that the State Association has to offer, that of a Tennessee Farmer. This is the first time in the history of the Celina Chapter that any member has been awarded this degree.

Luke Lea, Jr. and Associates announced Monday the striking of oil on the farm of Mrs. A.A. Stafford, about ten miles south of Celina.

The well was estimated to be making an average of from 100 to 300 barrels daily as it was brought in by veteran oil men. The sand was only tapped.

Lea said the well was in the center of a large acreage, which he and Joe Carroll, veteran oil operator, has leased for drilling purposes.

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rowe were in Nashville last Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pace are the proud parents of a new baby boy, born April 24.

Garland Watkins of Indianapolis, Ind. has returned home after an extended visit with relatives in Willow Grove.

If you are interested in a washing machine, leave your name at R.G. Parsons Store or at the Printing Office, and an agent will call at your home.

Mrs. Bill Terry of Fox Springs was in Celina last week.

W.C. Lowrey and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Woods of Columbus, Mississippi are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Marcom.

Showing at Dixie Theatre Sun. and Mon. night the Dionne Quintuplets in “FIVE OF A KIND.”