Bill Fiske’s Bugle

Volume 27, Number 13 • April 7, 1937

The county quarterly court adopted new school budget

The county quarterly court Monday adopted the school budget as submitted by Supt. W.T. Cherry, which was 60 cents for elementary schools and 60 cents for high schools.

The matter of having the books of the county audited was brought before the court for action. After considerable discussion it was unanimously voted, and April 19 was selected as the date for the court to meet again for the selection of auditors and making the contract.

Esters Ford and John H. Spear were injured when a truck driven by Spear left the highway on the Celina-Willow Grove road, near the home of Adam Fowler, last Saturday night.

Ford was thrown through the windshield, receiving numerous cuts and bruises, while Spear received three broken ribs.

Mrs. Grady Sidwell and Mrs. Hugh Butler were in Cookeville Wednesday.

Hugh Butler has entered Crowes Pharmacy School in Atlanta, Georgia.

Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Clayt Upton gathered at their home in Celina last Sunday to attend the surprise dinner given in honor of Mr. Upton’s 63rd birthday.

Thirty or more guests were present.

A subscription to the “BUGLE” is only $1.00 for a solid year.

Paul Sidwell and his sister , Ruth Kirby, were in Nashville on Saturday.

Showing at the Dixie Theatre

Wednesday night, April 14

Dick Foran in “Trailing West”

“Uncle Bob” Riley of Fox Springs was in Celina first of the week.

Mr. and Mrs. Cowden Cook were in Livingston on Saturday.

9 x 12 Rugs at Cook’s $4.49

Ladies Spring Hats at Cook’s only 79 cents

Men’s 98 cents dress shirts at Cook’s for 79 cents

The Baptist of Tennessee will hold a Fellowship Meeting at Cookeville, beginning April 12.