Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 28, Number 41 • October 12, 1938

 

Celina Good-Willers complete two-day tour of Clay County

The Celina Good-Willers completed a two-day goodwill tour of Clay County on Wednesday of last week, after visiting eleven communities.

The messengers, bearing the story of Celina’s cooperative spirit toward their neighboring Clay County communities and inducements to trade at home, headed west for their first day and arrived at Moss at 9 o’clock Tuesday morning where they were given a warm reception. 

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Tobacco meetings are being held this week in six communities of the county to find out the production of tobacco in 1935-37, in oder that the 1938 allotments may be made, County Agent Vaughn reports.

Meetings are scheduled for Arcot, Moss, Memorial, Hermitage Springs, Union Hill and Miles X-Roads.

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Mrs. C.R. Willis, Brack Willis, Misses Hilda Poindexter and Gladys Downing, James Swann and Mrs. W.D. Fiske attended the air show at the Municipal Airport in Nashville on Sunday.

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Miss Irene Spivey of Hermitage Springs attended the teacher’s meeting here Saturday.

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Herman Butler is to take applicants for the CCC Camps to Cookeville Thursday for physical examinations.

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Students of Plainview School, of which B.F. Long is principal and Mesdames W.D. Martin and Jewel Terry are assistants, held a field meet and literary contest last Friday.

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When in Celina, visit the Dipsy Doodle Cafe, owned by Robert Johnson.

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Jimmie Watkins of Willow Grove was in Celina one day this week.

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Get your permanent at York’s Beauty Shoppe now while special $1.50 price is in effect. You have only a limited time to take advantage of this exceptional offer.

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