Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 26, Number 11 • March 11, 1936

Seventh annual Father and Son Banquet held at CHS

 

The presentation of six medals featured the seventh annual Father and Son Banquet of the Celina High School chapter of the Future Farmers of Tennessee held at the high school auditorium here Saturday night. Forty future farmers, with their fathers and numerous visitors attended.

The master farmer medal, won by Waymon Stone, was presented by Charles Vaughn. Stone also won the poultry project medal offered by E.P. Fowler.

Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy, Miss Frances Sidwell, Herbert Srygley, Jr. of Nashville spent the weekend with relatives here.

Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Marcom have moved to their new home in East Celina.

Mrs. Mary Belle Spear, Mrs. Hattie Coffee and daughter, Jewel and Eddie Scott attended the birthday dinner of Mrs. A.J. Odle of Moss, last Wednesday, March 4.

Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Mayfield and daughter Frankie were in Nashville on Friday.

Tinsley’s Bottom News

School closed at this place Friday. The school, with Lawrence Mayfield and Idera Fiske as teachers, has been a grand success. It is hoped they will teach our school again next year.

Mrs. Henry Smith and children had dinner with Mrs. Charlie Hammons on Sunday.

Amos Smith made a business trip to Long Branch on Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Fowler Goolsby are the parents of another fine boy.

Durwood Elliot attended a candy breaking at Willie Lycan’s Saturday night.

On Monday night burglars entered the smoke house of Orville Cherry at Arcot, taking with them four sides of meat. They also took his mules, evidently to carry the meat to its destination. The mules were found the following morning between Mr. Cherry’s home and the city of Moss.

Lawrence Mayfield and Gladys Downing spent Sunday with Mrs. Nanny Downing of Fountain Run, Kentucky.