Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 27, Number 40 • October 13, 1937

 

Good Will Tour plans almost complete

Plans are nearing completion for the first annual county-wide Good Will Tour, being sponsored by the Celina Chapter of Commerce, which will be made October 19-20.

The messengers bearing the story of Celina’s progress and the inducements of a better cooperative spirit among all Clay Countians, will visit every section of the county in a motorcade of 20 automobiles.

The Tri-County Electric Membership Corporation, of which W.H. Sullivan of Lafayette is Superintendent, filed their Charter of Incorporation and Certificate of Amendment with the Clay County Register, Mrs. Mary Dale Monday, which is the first step of setting up rural electrification in this county.

Mrs. Flander Terry and two daughters, Alva and Frances, of Cookeville were the guests of Mrs. A.J. Dale on Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walker returned Monday from a two week visit in Oklahoma.

A beauty contest held at Radio Station WWVA in Wheeling, West Virginia last Saturday night on the Jamboree program, for the men entertainers was won by Uncle Bozo, known to his Tennessee friends as Noble Carver. The contest was judged by the applause of the audience at the studio. Mr. Carver’s costume consisted of a red flannel shirt, a pair of ladies silk hose, a straw hat, a Japanese fan and a pair of size 50 ladies silk bloomers.

Willow Grove News

Patrolman Bill Coleman, who is now on duty at Huntington, was visiting friends here on Wednesday.

 

Ermine Eldridge spent the weekend with homefolks.

 

Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gates of Celina were in Willow Grove on Sunday.

 

John Johnson of Indianapolis is visiting in our community.

 

Basketball practice has started at the high school. The first game will be played Friday night with Hilham.

Showing at the Dixie Theatre

7:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 20, 1937

“Pigskin Parade”

$15.00 cash given away.