Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 31, Number 24 • June 11, 1941

New Demonstration Home Agent assumed duties Monday


Miss Ruth Patton, newly appointed Home Demonstration Agent for Clay County, assumed her duties here Monday and began the task of teaching by lectures and demonstrations, the modern uses of Dairy Products.


“The County,” Miss Patton said, “is organized into fifteen Home Demonstration Clubs for the farm women and 15 4-H Clubs for children of school age.



Sherman Chatman Teeples, 29, died in the army hospital at Fort Barraneas, Florida on June 6. He had been in the army training for the past four months, but due to ill health he had been confined to the hospital for several weeks.


Funeral services were conducted at the Butler’s Landing Church of Christ Sunday by Bro. Henry Neely. Burial followed in the Dock Hall Cemetery.

Surviving are his father, Porter Teeples, one sister, ten half-brothers and sisters; his grandmother, Mrs. Maggie Teeples; and several aunts and uncles.



Misses Virginia Jones and Patricia Kennedy left today for a two week’s visit in Miami, Florida.



Pine Branch News


Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Smith are the parents of a new baby boy named Alton Eugene.


Miss Pauline Welch of Gamaliel, Kentucky has been visiting Mrs. Laura Roberts Kerr.


Miss Sammye Parsons returned recently from school at Tennessee Polytechnic Institute.


Edd Conner and family visited friends at Willow Grove on Sunday.


Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perdue and Minnie Bell Waddle spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Williams Sunday.



Dr. J.O. Ewert has been awarded a fellowship at the Vanderbilt University of Nashville by the Commonwealth Fund.



Mrs. Landon Anderson and daughter, Lola Katherine were shopping in Nashville on Tuesday.



Friday and Saturday, Gary Cooper



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