The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 29, 1970 Page: 2 of 4
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m^ma. fbancis foster
MB*. and Mr*. Charlm Shockcy
AM Monday in Bogota with
Mt and Mr*. Dowcy Howard and
m. mmi Mr*. B. McAllister,
flk and Mrs. S. P. Gardner
of Houston, visited
Rev. and Mrs. Mar-
aud family from
Jackie Dew vail has been
in Red River County
this week, suffering
• broken arm. Mrs. Dew-
fdl from a porch of a neigh -
• boose Wednesday,
las. Lucille Hawkins spent
and Thursday in
visiting her children,
Mrs. Douglas Hawkins
y, Mr. and Mrs. Spanky
€k and Mrs. Burl Duff ie
•epM the week end in Commerce
*di Mir son. Mr. and Mrs.
Ak sad Mia. Jackie Couch
saalMuAy ad Bogota, were Sun-
MrMtai of her parents, Mr.
mad Man. M. J. Dodd.
M and Mrs. Oscar Kyle visit-
sdlfc, and Mrs. Russell Ben ham
MaMag at the MeCuistion Hospi-
M In Ms.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackie
Inring the week end
and Mrs. John Hanny
(X) NL JAMES HOGAN
& S. Representative
AFTER 42 YEARS
ITS TIME FOR A
( ) Wright Patman
(Pol. Ad Paid For By
Dr. James Hogan)
Guest Day Bogota
The Bogata Garden Club met
Wednesday, Oct. 21 at the Gar-
den Club Center in regular meet-
ing and Guest Day. Mrs. Flovd
Hanna led the Collect. Rod cal!
was answered with Flowers Best
Suited for Arrangements. The
program was Happiness is Fun
Day with Flowers. Members
brought arrangements that were
judged by the guests. The pres-
ident, Mrs. Gordon AUd^ Jgre-
sided and led in seventh* quiz
games pertaining to flowers.
Mrs. George Robert Smith’s re-
signation was accepted with re-
Refreshments of punch and
cookies were served to the fol-
lowing guests: Mmes. Roy GuV-
lion, Gus Swaim, 0. E. Barnard,
J. N. Lee and H. L. Stubblefield
and Mrs. George Hazelwood of
Terrell, and these members:
Mmes. E. L. Holder, Ralph Har-
bison, Gordon DeBerry, Britt
Lassiter, John Lee, Stella David-
son, Gordon Allen, James Wal-
ker, and Floyd Hanna. After the
meeting the flower arrange-
ments were carried to Red River
Haven Nursing Home.
For Mrs. Hanna
A pink and blue shower for
Mrs. Floyd Hanna was held at
the Garden Center Wednesday
morning. Refreshments of blue
cake squares with pink icing,
punch, coffee, mints and cookies
were served. Seventy were reg-
istered. Hostesses were Mmes.
George Smith, Delbert Burns,
Fate Smith, A. L. Denny, Natalie
Grantham and Ralph Harbi&on.
Mrs. J. H. Dickerson is a pa-
tient in the Mt. Pleasant Hospi-
tal and Clinic.
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jones, all
Com See Us
lew or Used
All Firestone Needs — Tires
cy-Fcrgmou and New Holland Hay Machinery Dealers
For FINE MONUMENTS
This fine gray granite Monument
Set in Cemetery $195.00
Other Single Markers $35.00 and up
We Give S&H Green Stamps
See FLORENCE and PETE Today
. MRS. VERA muOuAN
Suzanne and Maik Giiffin and
Linda Osborne of Paris were
Sunday guests of Mrs. Aleck
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fcrd had as
Saturday until Monday guests
their daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Foster of Amarillo and on
Sunday their son, Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Ford and Brad and Mrs.
Zela Greenway of Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Slaton
and David were in Greenville
Saturday to see his nephew, Mike
Howe of Mt. Vernon in a Green-
ville hospital, where he had sur-
gery on his elbow Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thornton had
as guests part of last week her
sister, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Lee of
Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Thorn-
ton were Sunday guests of her
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henry
and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Newman and baby of Mt.
Less and Terry Bell of Clarks-
ville spent the week end with
their grandparents, Mr and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wright
were Saturday night visitors of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
McMikel of Paris
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Allen
und Johnny had as week end and
Sunday visitors CW2 and Mrs.
Don Driggers of Ft. Wolters, Mi.
und Mrs. Jerry Dockrev and dau-
ghter of Faulkner, Mr. and Mrs.
Roger Allen of Deport and Mr.
and Mrs. Murl Roach of Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. Polk Alsobrook
had as Sunday visitors his bro-
ther, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Also-
brook of Manchester and Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Fortner of Bogata. Mr.
and Mrs. Alsobrook received word
their son, Mr. and Mrs. Lyr.n Al-
sobrook of Austin had been injur-
ed in an automobile accident.
Lynn wus able to be hack at work
and Mrs. Alsobrook had a leg in
a cast due to knee injury, but
was doing fine. The Corvair they
were in was demolished.
Mmes. Francis Bailey ar.u
Clarence McDonald, accompanied
by relatives from Clarksville,
were in Sulphur, Okla., Tuesday
to attend the funeral of their
cousin. Berry Aerry of Sulphur.
Lawrence Wood accompanied
his brother, Paul Wood of De-
port to San Angelo Sunday to at-
tend the funeral of their aunt,
Mrs. Lonnie Wood of San Angelo.
Have Bible Study
The Mary G. King Bible Study
Group met Monday afternoon at
the church for ■ Bible study Mrs.
Clara Cothern read the Prayer
Calendar and led in praver. Bi-
ble study was led Iy Mrs Clyde
Roberts, the theme being Wo-
men, Women and More Women,
a study of Bible women. Nov. 2
Mrs. Roberts will begin the re-
view of the Mission Study Book.
Taiwan: Unfinished Revolution,
by Carl Hunker.
Mr. and Mis. Sidney Ward
Hudson and family of Me.-quite,
were week end guests of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
Cheatwood. Mr. and Mrs. David
Hudson and family of Talco,
were Sunday visitors of the
Hudsons. * • ‘ '
Rates: 3 cents per word first in-
sertion; 2 cents per word each ad-
ditional insertion. No ad accept-
ed for less than 50 cents per issue.
Terms cash unless you are a regu-
lar advertiser in this newspaper.
FOR SALE at Johntown or.
Highway ?7J, 4 room house to
be moved. Sam Hervev. b4-p
FOR SALE — 5 registered Poll-
ed Hereford heifers. Aubrey
FOR SALE — Registered polled
Hereford bulls. See Aubrey Buck-
man, Bogata. tb-tfc
WANTED to Buy — 22 inch fire-
wood by truck load. Phone 632-
WANT TO BABY SIT in your
home or mine. Nancy White, be-
hind Ward’s Grocery. b4-p
FOR SALE — 2 bedroom trailer
house; air conditioned. Phone
632-5864, Maxie Lewis. b-tfc
FOR SALE — 600 bales of first
cutting hay. Charlie V. Morris,
Reduce excess fluids with FLUI-
DEX, $1.69 — LOSE WEIGHT
safely with Dcx-A-Diet, 98c. At
Buckman Drugs. b7-p
FLOWERS for any and every
occasion. Jail 632-5662. Mrs.
Henry Hudson, representative
Mickey’s Flowers. b-tfc
FLOWERS for all occasions. Call
Mi*. Gordon Alter, representative
Clarksville Florist, 632-5521 or
FOR SALE — Peiformance test-
ed Red Angus bulls, 9 to 20 mo.
Fred LanJiy, Clarksville, Tex-
NEED a new pool, land cleared
or other dozer work, see or call
Jimm<e Sparks, Phone 652-5256,
VISIT THE TOWN SHOPPE in
Talco for famous brands pants
suits, sport.- wear and Wranglers
The Town Shoppe, Talco. d39b4t39
BUDDY’S MEN’S WEAR, home
of quality merchandise. 130 Main
Street, Phone 527-3155, Clarks-
LEE CARPETS and all standard
branda of furniture. All mat-
tresses and box springs half
price. Slaton Furniture, Clarks-
FOR SALE — Three bedroom -
two bath-liomc $9,250; new FHA
loan or tuy equity and assume
0,2r« If-an. Gary Nixon, Deport
phone 652-5388. db-tfc
FOR S.4LE — Young male York-
shire hog; can be registered; one
small pony, good for driving
cows and hogs. Phone 632-
CUNNINGHAM AUCTION an-:
Trades Day each Satur.lny night.
Wagon wheels, ox yoke, windows,
doors and other items. Bring
what you have; would like ir buy
a milk cow. d39b4tS6-p
SINGER SEWING Machine Co.
Sales, rentals and expert service.
All kinds machines, fabrics and
notions at Brookshire Shopping
Center, Paris. Phone SU 4-
See BOYD DOWNS at BUCKMAN DRUG
Thursday, Nov. 5 — 1 to 2 p. m.
• Free Test and Demonstration
• Reasonable Prices
• Budget Terms
• Repairs for ALL Make Aids
For guaranteed fresh Hearing Aid Batteries
Visit Buckman Drug, Bogata, Texas
ACOUSTICON HEARING AIDS
214 West 3rd Street - Texarkana, Texas
NEW CANADIAN BLITZ DIET
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But it works. Every time. OR YOUR MONEY BACK:
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Yes I want to lose five pounds, overr.ir'it. Please rush by
mail CANADIAN BLITZ DIET. I entloje $3.00 cash, money
order, or cheque (Sorry no C.O.D.S).
If payment by cheque enclose $3.50 to cover handling costs.
CANADIAN BLITZ DIET
203 - 15104 Stony Plain Road,
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BROWSE around in our Gift De-
partment, and see onr good lines
of lingerie and robes. Small de-
posit will hold until Christmas
The Town Shoppe, Talco. d39b4t39
ABOUT 2 ACRES of land, fenc-
ed, four room house, Vi bath
fruit ar.d shade trees and rose-:.
Ten miles north of Sulphur
Springs. Texas, at Old Birth-
right. Formerly known >is the
George Phillips place. Priced to
SEMI DRIVERS NEEDED
Experience helpful but not neces-
sary, for local and over the road
hauling. You can earn $10,000 to
$15,000 per year if you are will-
ing to learn. For application, call
214-742-2924, or write Safety
Dept., United Systems, Inc.,
4747 Gretna, Dallas, Texas
. CARD OF THANKS
The family of Mrs. Florence
Ferguson express their thanks
to the friends and neighbors for
the kindness shown us in her ill-
ness and death. Special thanks
to Dr. Brooks, Mr. Kirkland, the
nurses and patients at the nurs-
ing home. May God bless each
The Bogota News
GEORGE W. GRANT, JERRY D.
BURNS. Owners and Publisher*
GEORGE W. GRANT____ Editor
JERRY D. BURNS „ Adv. Mgr.
Mrs. Vera Grogan .... Adv.-News
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the frienda
and relatives for the Mndhesaes
shown us while we were in the
hospital; special thanks to Dr.
Brooks and the hospital1 staff.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wilkinson
674-2248 or 674-S14t
Detroit, Texan P. O. Ran $1
Entered as Second Class Matter
November 1, 1911, at the post-
office at Bogata, Texas 75417.
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$236 a Year
In Red River County
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When Mailed Elsewhere
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank my friends for
the cards, visits and other kind-
ness shown me while in the hos-
pital. Mrs. Della McCrury
(X) DR. JAMES HOGAN
U. S. Representative
AFTER 42 YEARS
IT’S TIME FOR A
( ) Wright Patman
(Pol. Ad Paid For By
Dr. James Hogan)
JUDGE HERBERT LINE
DISTRICT JUDGE 102ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT
RED RIVER AND BOWIE COUNTIES
For A Full And Fair Administration Of Justice
(Ask Any Juror Who Has Been In His Court)
EXPERIENCE as a Practicing Attorney
EXPERIENCE as a District Attorney
EXPERIENCE as a Trial Judge
VOTE NOV. 3 FOR
DISTRICT JUDGE HERBERT LINE
Pol. Ad Pd. for by Committee for Herbert Line. II. E. Markham, chairman
A man everybody knows by what he has done. Dem-
ocratic nominee for the 92nd Congress from First
Congressional District of Texas. His record of ser-
vice and achievement since the 71st Congress proves
his honesty and sincerity of purpose. It is a record
of results. Outstanding devotion to his constituents
combined with experience and hard work has consist-
ently produced success in getting the job done.
WRIGHT PATMAN EARNESTLY
SOLICITS YOUR SUPPORT
(A Paid Political Advertisement —
Paid for by Wright Patman for Coi«ress Committee)
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