Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 27, Number 23 • June 16, 1937

Celina Fair preparations are underway

Preparation are underway for the Celina Fair which is to be held August 11-14. President J.B. Hamilton and Secretary W.C. Monroe have many plans already completed. The committees of the various departments have their premium lists made out. The copy of the catalog went into the handle of the printers this week.

Funeral services for Mrs. Thelma Smith Nevins, who died last Friday at her home on Proctor’s Creek, were held last Saturday with Elder John Arms and Hermon Taylor conducting the service. Burial was in the family burial ground.

Mrs. Charles Jennings of Alexandria is visiting her father, W.E. Mayfield, who has been sick for some time.

Miss Betty Moredock of Willow Grove is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Upchurch.

Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Fox and son Jimmy, are visiting relatives here.

Henry Poore and Lester Roberts made a business trip to Nashville last week.

Revival services, conducted by Rev. J.T. Majors, will begin Sunday, June 20 at the Methodist Church in Celina. The Church extends cordial invitations to all.

Mrs. Minta Smith and daughter of Oklahoma and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hunt of Livingston were in Celina on Friday.

The Clay County Board of Equalization, composed of E.H. Parsons, A.T. Donaldson, E.H. Wilkerson, Frank Brown and Jacob Jenkins are in session here this week. All indications are the board will be in session for ten days.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soper of Flint, Michigan are here where they are interested in the oil business.

Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Guffey, Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Coffee and daughter, Jewel, Irene Stone, Florence Tidwell, and others of Celina attended the singing convention at the camp grounds in Overton County on Sunday.

Showing at the Dixie Theatre

Wednesday, June 16, 8 p.m.

The Jones Family

in

“Back to Nature”

Hereafter the Wednesday nite picture will be presented in a Matinee each afternoon. 10 and 15 cents.