Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 32, Number 2 • January 14, 1942

Temperature drops to 15 below at Boles


From now on it’s “Gardens for Victory” and victory depends partly on our producing, consuming and using our food supply, says W.C. Pelton, U.T. Extension horticulturist, who attended the National Victory Garden Conference in Washington recently.

The Conference endorsed the four-point Garden Program of the Department of Agriculture more and better farm vegetable gardens, fruit gardens, more community plot and school gardens, and conservation of flowers, lawns and shrubs.

Boles, Kentucky News

The spell of cold weather which ended just a day or so ago caused the temperature to go to 15 degrees below zero.

V.G. Cherry of Union Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Marshall on Sunday.

Reed Hall, who has been stationed in Iceland for some time, is home on leave. His next adventures will be in the Pacific.

Mr. and Mrs. Buster Parsons have moved from Vernon to Boles.

Luther Jackson has purchased the Jim Craighead farm.

Fred Grindstaff of Tompkinsville was in Celina on Monday.

W.D. Buford and Campbell Roberts were in Nashville on Monday.

C.R. Rich of Sparta visited in Celina last week.

Mrs. C.B. Pitcock and Mrs. Roy Spear of Memorial were shopping here on Monday.

John V. Thomas, principal of Celina High School about 14 years ago, died at his home in Carl, Georgia on December 28, according to a clipping sent to the Bugle this week.

Makes a nickel go BIG. Pepsi-Cola the bigger drink, 12 ounces tall, only 5 cents. Pepsi-Cola is made only by Pepsi-Cola Company. Long Island City, N.Y. Bottled locally by Tompkinsville Bottling Company.

Showing at Clay Theatre

Friday and Saturday January 16, 17

“Bad Men of Missouri”

Sunday and Monday January 18, 19

“Blossoms in the Dust”