Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 26, Number 38 • September 6, 1936

 

Mayfield named teacher’s association president

 

Edward Mayfield, principal of Celina High School, was named president of the Clay County teacher’s association at a meeting last Saturday. Mrs. Charles Vaughn was chosen secretary, and Supt. Willie Cherry will serve as the association treasurer.

 

Herman Taylor, principal of Hermitage Springs High, was elected president of the department of high schools, and Ruth Plumlee is secretary. Jack Clark was selected president of the elementary schools with Idera Fiske the secretary.

 

 

Mayor J.B. Hamilton was in Nashville Monday on business.

 

 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Grady Sidwell and J.H. Reneau and daughter Elizabeth returned from the Texas Centennial last Friday, where they had been for the past week.

 

 

Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Dale spent the recent weekend in Nashville.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Johnson of Hilham visited here on Saturday.

 

Miss Marie Fiske spent the weekend with Kathleen Davis of Cookeville.

 

 

Willow Grove News

 

School is progressing nicely. A pie supper was given by the eighth grade pupils. This netted $12.00, which will be used to purchase equipment for the playground.

 

Chester Hogan of the Pleasant Hill School, gave a pie supper Thursday night.

 

E.G. Creecy of Horse Cave, Kentucky is conducting a ten day meeting at the Church of Christ.

 

Mrs. Belle Sewell of Waterview, Kentucky was buried at the St. John Cemetery on September 10.

 

 

Better Sight Lamps are available at The Tennessee Electric Power Co., $1.95, only 50 cents down and 50 cents monthly. “Developed to protect school children’s eyes.”

 

 

R.R. Riley and Jesse Martin, two of Clay County’s oldest citizens were in Celina on Tuesday.

 

 

Lynn Spivey of Hermitage Springs was in Celina on Sunday.

 

 

Mrs. Walter Mayfield spent the weekend with her parents at Hilham.