Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 32, Number 28 • July 15, 1942

Civilian Pilot Training facilities given to war effort

The Civilian Pilot Training facilities of the University of Tennessee have been given over to the nation’s war effort for the duration, with entire staff and equipment directed toward the training of Army and Navy Reservists, according to Dean N.W. Dougherty, coordinator of CPT at the University.

With Haskell Howard topping the list of purchases, the sale of War Bonds reached a new high in Clay County during June with a grand total of $23,100.00, maturity value.

With less than a month to go before election day on August 6, J. Ridley Mitchell, candidate for governor, plans a sweep through West and Middle Tennessee in the next two weeks and will go to East Tennessee the last week of the month.

Making “hand-shaking” tours of many towns, the candidate, a former member of Congress, says he has been able to learn more of the problems of the state by personal contact.

James Anderson, who has been stationed with the U.S. Army Engineers in Georgia, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Cora James Anderson.

Mr. and Mrs. Wade Smith of Arlington, Virginia are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Smith and other relatives on Route 2.

Rose McCormick of Livingston spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Goodpasture.

Cornell Clark and Randall Dulworth of Willow Grove were in Celina during the weekend.

Mr. and Mrs. Leland Arms gave a dinner honoring all the selectees to leave for an induction station in the next call.

Private Cordell Parsons of Ft. Knox, Kentucky spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Parsons.

Mrs. Willie T. Cherry and daughter, Betty Ruth, and Mrs. G.V. Grimsley of Willow Grove are visiting relatives in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Showing at Clay Theatre

Saturday, July 18

“JESSE JAMES AT BAY”

Sun.-Mon. July 19, 20

“REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR”

Tues.-Wed. July 21, 22

“SAN ANTONIO ROSE”