The Clarksville Times (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 18, 1959 Page: 5 of 12
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NEWS FROM BOCATA
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MM WMt of ML Wad M. The
tala Funeral Ham* •aerial Chris
Topping. Raymond OufM. t. L
Hraiwon, & r. wnlaaan.
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th* lata Chari** p.
Ha waa mar-
church or cMurr
10:41 a m. worship. Roland Screws
will present the timing least* at
7 p.m. Ilia preacher Will be oot
ad town for Ike next wbek. At-
tendance In Sunday school Sunday
Wad §8 The church will have no
special Christmas program, but
the tame worship will be engaged
in ovary Lord’s day.
All ladles of the cfrnrch are In-
ritad to attend the data which
meats on Tneiday at 3 p.m. You
Will receive « cordial welcome at
the Church of Christ In bogata.
W. C• Barnard, T. T. Klnliy, Kim npy a i1 irn npon
Brooks. TravM Halif, JUts Tom . , __rvW_ h ld m-*
srst ^oXrJLv1 »«“•*
Hill, Lenoir Hudson. Oft!, Bailey. Church for Mrg Mary E B*#d
The group enjoyed singing
Christmas carols, with Rev. Phelps
fled September 17. 1MB. to Miss
Nova firm, dt Deport. She sur-
vives, and dtfier survivors are two
daughter*. Mr*. Alfred WadRagtan
and Mrs. Ruby Sorrels, both of
Dallas; slaters. Mrs. Alice Vote to
and Mrs. Addle Cain, bath of Long-
view; one brother, Otho Pearson
of Deport; two grand children and
thre* great grand children
man student at Paria Junior Col-
lege. has been named Quean of
the Clodhopper Club. Miss Header-
eon participated In the statewide
queeft contest la Kilgore.,
She it the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Huddleston. BogaU
BOGATA BOOK CMTB
The Bogota Book Chib net Da-
cemler 1* -with Mr*. Robert
Pheljei Hr* Iva Hooker, preet-
drnt. called the meeting to order
and Mrn. J. w. Howlson lad the
coUoet. Roll can was answered
by U member* wRh “Mean for
Program chairman. Miss Jodie
Craddock, presented Mrs W. C.
Barnard, who gsv* an totereeting
Dulng the buataiaaa session, the
minutes were fond and approved
and committee reports given. The
plana wars completed for the
lately refreshments ware served
to Mesdrmes |F. c Howtson. Iva
aot. Cordon Allen. Mhude Law-
rence. Harold CMeee. J. R Ander
m*’ W..C' B*—urd- B*to Ptope.
Migae* Mary UasltCT, Salma Dak
C.!lJodle Cr“<ktock, one guest, Mr*
Jhh Reavfa, and the Spate*.
A Urge number of people were
in Aogata Friday afternoon to see
the Christmas parade. The parade
wag sponsored by th* Chamber of
Commerce and featured floats, rep
resenting different organizations in
Bogata. Banda from Talco and
Bogata furnished musk.
Flrft prize went to the B
Scouts for their Nativtty seen
Gafden dub won second place
and third place waa a Us between
the Otrl Scouts and County 4-H
1» Mt Ver-
Oioose n* °soTO ?\rjAtw
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METHODIST WSCS MEETS
The Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service met Monday afternoon
at the church. Bight members
Theme of the program was
“Christmas Songs," led by Mrs
Robert Phelps. Mrs Jessie 81m-
maba gave the Christmas story
from the Gospel of Luke. Mrs.
Phelps discussed Christmas then
and now. Rev. Phelps led In pray-
ed A film "Christmas Around the
World." was shown and a poem
waa given by Mrs. FRelpa
During th* haMnsai session. 16
visits and 13 cards ware reported
Mrs. Anna Griffis led benedic-
EVER READY CLASS MEETS
Th* Ever Ready Bund ay School
:lass of the First Methodist Church
ieW their annual Christmas party
Monday evening in the church base
went. Beautiful Christmas decora
tons were used and red and gold
colors were used on the tables.
In pise* of th* usual exchange
it girts each member brought a
gift for a child. These will be
distributed to children at Christ-
A covered dish ate a I was enjoyed
by Mr. ae0 Mrs. John Lee Bell.
Mr. and/Mr*. Jim Garrett, Mr
and Mft. J. W. Lowry and Janie.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunky Smith. Patti
and Monte. Mr. and Mrs. Britt
Laaaitcr. Rsv. and Mrs Robert
Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. James Gib-
Robert Bishop of Grand Prairie
/isited Mrs. Virginia Bishop Sat
Mrs. T. T. Kinsey attended the
annual Christmas party In Sher-
man Friday night for the employ-
ee* and fa mill e* of the Community
Public Service Co.
Mrs. George Lewis of Clarksville
spent the weekend In the home of
her son. Maxle Lewis on Circle
Mrs Jim Robinson. Mrs. Marlon
Mitchell and Mrs Gene Burns vis-
ited Sunday with Mrs MoIHe Ladd
In a Parts hospital.
Mr and Mfa. Maxle Lewis spent
'.he weekend In Dallas with Mr
and Mrs. Adolphus Cummings.
Gene Burns returned home on
Monday from Baylor Hospital In
Dallas where h* was a surgery
Mrs. Iva Hooker and Miss Mary
Lasatter were business visitors In
Luther Howlson, Liberty, la via
ting his mother. Mrs. J. ff. Howl-
Mr. and Mrs Billy English have
moved to Jobntown to make their
Russ Paterson has returned to
his borne here after being a pa
(lent In the Veterans Hospital in
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Grogan of
Tulsa. Okla , spent the weekend
with his mother. Mrs. Vera Gro
tan and Loyd.
Mr and Mrs Paul HU1. Mrs
leas Pope and Miss Tom Under-
wood visited in Naples Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Smith and
76, who died at her home Wednes-
day night following a long Illness
This Rsv Goorgr Steel and the
Rev. Ogle Carpenter officiated.
Burial waa in the Gravel Hill cem-
etery under direction of Hanner
Funeral Home. Actlve pallbearers
ware John F. Johnston. N. O. Walk
er, Grady Cooper. Howard Farris.
Delbert Farris and Hubert Mead-
ows. Honorary pallbearers were
other friends of the family. Mrs.
Reed was bora In Bowie County
and a long time resident of the
Spring Hill community. She waa
a member of the Spring Hill Bap-
tist Church. Survivors Include two
soft*. Hubert Reed of Compton,
ball!.; and Charles E. Reed of
Redding Calif.; eight daughters,
Mrs. ERie Boyd. Texarkana; Mrs.
Rhoda Gardner. Mrs. Annie E.
Seagtns. Mrs. Margaret Ballew
ind Mrs Mary Brooks, DeKalb;
Mrs. OUic Janertre, Niles, Calif.;
Mrs. Jewel Boucher, Ladonia. and
Mrs. Grace Lipe, Avery; 18 grand
-hildren and 13 great grand chil-
dren; five slate 's and three bro-
AUTO V after apeadtog last week TH* CUHttvfllw Timas, Clarksville, Ti
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A Christmas Cantata "Tidings
Dar the Hilltops.'' will be pre-
dated by the choir of the First
baptist Church. Sunday evening
December 20. at 7 o'clock. The
>rogram is under the direction of
Mrs Stanley Nelson. Soloist will
be Mrs. Glen White. Narrators
will be Ken Castleman, Rev. Nel-
toa and Mias Ursy Bailey- Or-
laalst. Mrs. James Castlaman, pi-
mist, Mrs Jack Holt
Th# true Christmas candle, rare-
’y seen now. waa very large and
burned .throughout Christmas Day
If It want out or was
blown out before the da/s Jni. it
vsa thought to b* an omen of
OIRLft- AUftHJAKV '
The Jeanette Hunker Intermed-
iate Girls’ Auxiliary of First Bap-
tist Church met Monday afternoon
in the home of their counselor,
Mrs Leota Medford Diana Epps
'-ailed the meeting to order The
girls repeated the GA allegiance
and sang the GA hyipn. Prayer
chairman. Ruby Harlow, read the
names on the calendar of prayer
and Brenda Meador prayed for
-hem Corene Runyan read min-
utes of the previous meeting. Glo-
ria DtBlase Introduced visitor!
Janie Bishop had charge of pro-
gram, "Forward Steps " Refresh-
ments were served to Sally Hem-
bree. Barbara Hayes. Lorene Ryn-
yan, Corene Runyan. Janie Bishop
Diana Epps. Brenda Meador, Nan-
cy Gortney. Gloria DiBiase, Mr*
Mary Tucker. Mrs. Medford, and
the visitors. Janet Holt and Shir-
BAPTIST WMS MEETS
The Woman’s Missionary Society
of the First Baptist Church met
at the church Mondsy. Mrs Mel-
vin Anderson, stewardship chair-
man. had charge of the program
Following the program, the rest of
the day was spent in cleaning the
church and grounds
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The Clarksville Times
bread, milk, purple plum*.
Tuesday — Turkey and dressing,
glblet gravy, English pees, celery
aticks. bread, milk, fruit salad-
Out for the Holiday, For week
of Jan 4:
Monday — Macaroni and cheese,
green bean*, apple sauee, bread,
milk, chocolate fudge cake.
Tuesday — aWiit loaf, mixed
greens, stewed prunes, corn bread,
Wednesday — Chill con came
with beans, creamed potatoes, cab-
bage flaw, combread. milk, stew-
ed apples with cookies.
Thursday — Pork and sauer
kraut, mashed potatoes, carrot
sticks, corn bread, milk, canned
Friday — Meat-vegetable soup,
green salad, crackers, milk, apple
cobbler, ic* cream.
Sherry Beth and Jerry Belton
Boze. children of Mr. and Mrs.
J. B Boze. celebrated their sixth
birthday last Thursday. Due to
Sherry’s Illness, no party was
planned, but friend* came by with
gifts and enjoyed birthday cake.
Cokes and coffee. Those helping
them celebrate were: Mrs. Kelly
Butler and children, John and Kel-
ly Wayne. Mr and Mrs Pie* Col-
lins and Nadm, Mrs Marvin Buch-
anan, Rrtbln, Sandra and Debbie.
Mrs. Morris Bassett., Mrs. Henry
Boze and Mr and Mrs. Walter
Kerston of TeXarkana
Mrs Jerry Duncan and Donna,
have returned to their home In
Mr. tad Mr*. Lea* Duacan
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith and
children spent the weekend la Em- rhnr*i In the home
mitt. Aft., wtth Mr*. Smith’s par- ^ guaday war*
ante. Mr. amt Mrs. G. L Andrea, m,. £4 Coffman her
Mr. and Mrs Charle. Tibia and
family attended the funeral serv-
ices for Fred Manton in Paris Sat-
urday. Mra Manton i* the former
Clara -Titus of Avery.
Mr. and Mrs. Brose Gardner and
daughter of Dallas spent the week-
end with their parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Horace Baasett and Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Gardner and attended
funeral aeryices for Brose’s grand
mother. Mrs. Mary Reed.
Jimmy Down* of Dallas spent
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs
O. C. Downs and others.
Patrolman and Mrs Kenneth Tid
well and Carolyn. Grand Saline,
visited his sister and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Bassett and Sarah
Mr. and Mrs Byron Pynes and
daughters spent the weekend in
Garland visiting Mr. and Mrs J
E Downs and son and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Lee.
Mrs. Jim Hannah is visiting in
Hope. Ark., this week with Mr
and Mrs. Henry Cornelius.
Jerry Robinson, who had been
visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs
Eddlfc Robinson, was retbrning to
his home in DcQueen, Ark., Sun-
day when the frame of his car
broke and caused it to overturn.
Fortunately. Jerry wasn't Injured,
but considerable damage was done
lo ins car-
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Latimer and
boya of Paris spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs Bill Latimer
New Beaton visited Mrs. He webb
and others here Sunday
in th# hum* of Mra On*
Coffman, and her brother. Landoa
Goff man, all af Texarkana
•M J- *• Christopher, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin CAtrlstopher
of Parte, who la In Italy with the
w** assigned to the maintenance
crew ef President Eisenhower s
pl*a* an his Rom*4paia flight
Christopher la the grand son of
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Beltotts of
Bin. Job raeips ana cniwm oi
Panto*. Texas, spent several days
hare visiting her mother. Mrs. Bet-
ty Hamilton, and other relatives ,
Eddie’s Laundry has installed a
clothe* dryer and extractor for the
convenience of their customers
The dryer is a large one that holds
up to 30 pounds of clothes
Guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Swann Sunday ware
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Hamlin Gay lor; their
daughter, Danoll. and her fiance
William C. "BUI" Bishop. aU of
DaUas. DaneU and Bill are to be
married next Stmday In the Keoe-
ler Park Methodist Church. Dallas
Joel Booth. (5) Ronnie Bn*
Fourth grade—lB> T*u Jo Li*
and Eric Lum.
Fifth grade—' A) Jea* Floyd,
(ft) Usds Doan.
Sixth grade—<A) Carolyn Mod
and Jan Baird. iB> Sharon Baird
and hheila Booth.
Seventh grade—'B* Ralph Page
ADd Shirley Baird
Eighth grade—i A) Arnett Lum.
(B' Jo Ann Baird and Doeald
Ninth grade—iA) Bobbie Cheyne
Carol Page and Ruthie Baker. (B)
Lowayne Peek and Jerry Rhea.
TCnth grade—i A) Patsy Beaty
and Donald Gains IB) John Bdd
Annona Civic Club
Visited By Santa
Honor student! for the
sia weeks In the Boxelder school
were reported by Supl. DeWitt
Medford as foNows:
Third grade— <A» Susan Peek.
Wanda King. Georgia Tucker and
The Annona Civic Club met on
Thursday night in the city hall
for a delicious barbecue chicken
dinner After tfit dinner, presi-
dent, Jack Hood; presided over a
short business meeting.
Th club made plana to sponsor
a Christmas decoration contest.
Those wishing to enter should
leave entry blanks in the box at
the city hall.
The highlight of the evening was
the arrival of Santa Clans He
arrived by fire truck about 8 o'
clock with gifts and candy for the
Wildrrg Ins. Aseoey Phene 1
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CHOOSE DE SOTO AGAIN
P. B. S. MOTOR CO.
Avery school menu for week of
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Monday — Meat loaf,, purple hull
peas, buttered rice, green salad.
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Pork l imps4 49c
WHITE . SWAN
FROZEN SNOW CROP
Orange Jikt 23c
Apples lb. 10c
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Pinson, Joe. The Clarksville Times (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, December 18, 1959, newspaper, December 18, 1959; Clarksville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1005614/m1/5/: accessed September 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.