The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1968 Page: 2 of 4
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THE BOGATA NEWS, BOGATA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE S, IMS
Ua EARL GROGAN
. Ztla Gracnwsy of Paris,
\ week end guest of her
tar, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
|t and Mrs. Bennie Free-
ind family of Ft. Banning,
rare Thursday guests of his
, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Sis-
al family. Linda, Ricky and
81aton of Dallas, were
i part of the week in the
l Aleck Griffin spent Sat-
night with her daughter,
ad Mrs. Ed Thompson and
fo Garland. The girls
■aaapanied their grandmother
■aa for a two weeks visit while
mir another is on vacation in
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stevens at-
mdad a reunion of her brothers
at aisters at the Presbyterian
Ineampment near Denison on
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy West-
raok and daughter are spending
faw days with his parents, Mr.
ad Mrs. Thomas Westbrook
idle he is convalescing from re-
nt knee surgery.
Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Slaton
ad family attended a family
B&ering at the home of her
arents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford
at PARIS. TEXAS
Starts at 6 p. m.
1 S DeKalb. Tessa *47-2270
IS »OR MIN
A’u to It's
The Ideal Father’s
FREE GIFT WRAPPING
East Side Plata—PARIS
NIGHT TIL 9
By MRS. FRANCIS FOSTER
Week end visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Rhodes were Mr. and
Mrs. Roy White, Mrs. Roy Dewell
White and son, Jimmy of Milli-
can and Mrs. Fred Cole of Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. White and
children of DeSoto, visited his
mother, Mrs. Hugh Mayfield and
Mr. Mayfield. Barbara and Wal-
ter Lee remained for a longer
visit and to attend Vacation Bi-
ble School here this week,
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis and
children of Ashdown, Ark., are
visiting her sister, Mr .and Mrs.
L. R. Rhodes and her grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Black.
Mr .and Mrs. Sammy Wilkerson
and son, Sammy Joe of White-
wright, spent the week end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Visiting Rev. and Mrs. Marvin
Gardner and children from Thurs-
day until Saturday were her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Vick of
New Waverly, Mrs. Mary V. Ar-
nold of Huntsville, an aunt of
Mrs. Gardner, also her nephew,
Joe Eduard Roark of Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Randell Eudy of
Springfield, Mo., are here for a
visit with his mother, Mrs. Emma
Eudy and his sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Sammy Hervey and family.
Mrs. Sammy Hervey and Mrs.
Bill Dodd were in Charleston
Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Visiting Mrs.- Mahaska Coe
Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Lov-
ice Coe and Mrs. Effie Duty of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson
and family of Mt. Pleasant, vis-
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe Anderson, this week.
Mr. und Mrs. Doug Blagburn
and family were dinner guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sammy
Hervey and family.
Week end visitors of Mrs. Ma-
haska Coe weie Mrs. Florence
Shumake of Kayinondville, Mrs.
Geneva Anderson and Pam of Mt.
Visiting the Monroe Anderson
family over the week end were
Richard Burt and Faye Hallmark
of Atlantic. La., Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Anderson and children of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young had
as guest.- Sunday her mother,
Mrs. Janies Baugh and Mr. llaugh
of Mt. Vernon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hervey, Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Foster visited
Mrs. Lennir Wicks Saturday in
Mrs. Frsnci- Foster is on a
two ueeks vacation from her du-
ties at Titus County Memoriul
Hospital in Mt. Plea-anL— - —
Mrs. Roger Fog and children
of Dallas, visited her-patents, Mr.
und Mrs. II. M. Barnard, over the
M-eek end. Stevie remained for a
longer visit with his grandpar-
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Horn, Ro-
ger and David. Mrs. Katie Pit-
tie. Mr. and Mrs. Mar Bell, Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Foster and
Jackie and Wendell Gardner en-
joyed an outing and fish fry at
Humid** IjiI> .'•> nday evening.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank relatives and
friends Mho helped make my !*6th
birthday anniversary such a
pleasant occasion. Card*, calls,
visits, gifts, Mere enjoyed and
appreciated. Thank you, again.
Mrs. Florence Ferguson
Freeman in Paris, on Sunday.
Mrs. Kenneth Allen entered a
Paris hospital Sunday for tests
and surgery later in the Meek.
Mr .and Mrs. Tom Lemens hail
as visitors during the past week,
his brother, Rev. A. D. Lemens
of Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ral-
eigh Starks of Hohbs, N. M., and
Mrs. May Ward. Mrs. Elmer Hut-
son and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clif-
ton of Rogata.
It Pays to Advertise.
“TAKECARE OF FATHER'
Large Selection of Gifts
L 0. HAMMONS
More head - Terrell
Mr. and Mrs. William F. More-
head of Austin and Longview an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Patricia Ann. to Mar-
vin W. Terrell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Terrell of Longview.
The wedding Mill be an event of
July 20 at the First Cumberland
Presbyterian Church in Longview.
Both Miss Morehead and Mr.
Terrell are graduates of Long-
view High School, Kilgore Col-
lege and East Texas State Uni-
versity. Miss Morehead is a
teacher in the Elementary School
System of Detroit. The couple
will be at home in Longview,
where he wlil be associated with
the Longview Public School Sys-
Miss Morehead is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. Luther Rozell
and the late Mr. Rozell of Ful-
CARD OF THANKS
We appreciate so much your
cards, prayers and every helpful
act in our time of need. Thank
you. Lewis Wilkerson and Family
Rates: 3 cents per word first in-
sertion; 2 cents per word each ad-
ditional insertion. No ad accept-
ed for less than 5© cents per issue.
Terms cash unless you are a regu-
lar advertiser in this newspaper.
WANTED — To bal.y-sit. Shir-
ley Potter. Call Raymond
CALL W. T. Dodd for your
plumbing needs at 632-518*', Rl,
Bogata. ‘ b35-c
WANTED — Good used bed, pre-
ferably oak, must be in good con-
dition. Call 632-5527. b-tfc
IMPLEMENT trailer, dump bed
with tongue jack. Ronnie Lan-
ders, phone 652-5308. db-tfc
FOR SALE - House on Third
Street, Bogata. See Marvin Ward
or call 632-51 os. b-tfc
FLOWERS for all occasions. Call
Mrs. Gordon Allor, representative
Clarksville Florist, 632-5521 or
Wizard 22-inch Kofary Mower,
3'i-IIP Briggs A Stratton en-
FOR SALE — Good, u-ed fi-ft.
gas refrignator with freezer
across top. Mrs. Elbert Bond.
Telephone 6 2-5107. b35-p
GIFT ITEMS for the graduates,
Father's I>.y. baby showers,
wedding sh ."•is and birthdays.
Bogata Vai ty Store. b35-c
WESTERN \l TO in C'urk-viib>
i- tlv* nev International Cti »
Cadet dinii ■•. Come by for a
ib monstrati >• b-tfc
FLOWERS • •r any and every
occasion, i .'.l 632-5662. Mrs.
Henry Hud-'n, representative
Mickey’* F b-tfc
I.R.A. Woild Championship
M pilmlnil will at ki
IWI»< hast wish aa* of
Awiki’i hw* iw4»>» mm4
—wptih aa Sw West s towflwst
ON GKFENIIILL ROAD
Reserved Seats 81.50
WANTED Saleslady, work on
• an time. Wiite Frances Rame.-,
3713 Fawn Valley, Apt. 1050,
Dallas, Tex; - 7'22l. 1615.p
BUDDY’S MEN’S WEAR, home
>f quality n • icham'ise. 130 Main
Street, Ph e 327-3153, Clnrka-
MECHANIC S l a-d t»-Js~ and
to ! hnx. A) "•xi nat-ly 3».* hard
ton!', other •vhar.ic »lv p
Ronnie L. d« r*, phone 652.
5308. dh-t fc
LEE CARPET"’ and all -t .rdard
brands of furniture. .Ul mat-
tresse* and box spring* half
price. Slatc.n Furniture, Clark*-
FOR PALE — Caldwell Ma’ta-
Ray l.reddi*. 1*5 ft. cut. hydta.i-
''<• • !• a ! tongue, automatic
«• • ' ’ ft on • ct«-r -eat. R
• . I. ..dor*, phone 6*2-'3o*. slbtf
-'INg' S. VTNO Machine Co.
.»• • i!s •! U «xi ■ rt servtc*.
\!l ainds :r.a«. si< .rie- and
"letior.i at tlrne’.shire Shopping
center, I’arir. Pet St 4
Get Getter Looking
Every Day —
Over 3*i fami.it!> are now d< i g
so with Coinniur.i:,, Cable. Dial
opet at- r, a*k fo.- Enterprise 2124
<No till thargii for complete
ITCHING. SWEATY FEET
HOW TO STOP IT.
CAUSED BY A GERM,
germ, you stop the
sweating. Ordinary antiseptics
ii aa um Apply T-4-L POWER-
FUL GERM KILLER for itchy,
sweaty fi et. foot odor. If not
plea-ed OVERNIGHT, your 4«c
back at any drug counter. Today
at BUCK MAN DRUG STORE.
Give Dad A WATCH
This Father’s Day, June 16
I* 17 jewels
At Bogata Sunday
Annual Hunsaker reunion was
held Sunday at the Community
House in Bogata. Attending were
Mrs. Mattie Wheeler, Mrs. Grace
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Walker
of Norman, Okla.. Rev. and Mrs.
A. F. Hamilton of Iraan, Mrs.
Mirnmie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Bolton. Mrs. Margie Williams of
Mrs. R. O. Scruggs and grand-
sons of Hurst, Mr. and Mrs.
George R. Smith, Bobby and Bar-
bara of Del Rio, G. C. McClenan
of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
lie Gray of Winnsboro, Mr. and
Mis. Ear] Scott and granddau-
ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scott
and son. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Scott and children, Mrs. Ruby
Herring, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Col-
lins of Dallas;
Mr. and Mrs. Nolen Scott and
granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Hunsaker. Mr. and Mrs.
Tommie C. Hunsaker and Jeffry,
Willie M. Hunsaker of Carroll-
ton, Miss Linda Francis of De-
port, Mrs. Della MeCrury, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Gray and Jenni-
fer, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Gray and
Jacky, Mr. and Mrs. Fate Smith,
Mr. und Mrs. L. J. Hunsaker and
Buddy, Mr. and Mrs. Dugan Var-
ner of Bogata.
VCS This Week
Vacation Church School is un-
derway this week at Bogata First
Methodist Church. Mrs. W. C.
Jeffery is director. The faculty
is: Elementary 5 and 6 — Mrs.
Ole Anderson, Airs. B. G. Crit-
tenton, Cindy Watkins; elemen-
tary 3 and 4—Mrs. Harold Geese,
Mrs. Gaylord McCluer; elemen-
tary 1 and 2 — Mrs. A. D. Steph-
enson, Mrs. Sue Sulsar; kinder-
garten — Mrs. T. S. Grantham,
Mrs. Emma Rape, Mrs. W. C.
Jeffery; nursery — Misses Mary
Rozell, Rita Beth Branch.
Mrs. Cleone Sullivan and Miss
Mattie Chesshir have charge of
refreshments. Other helpers are
Misses Liz Stubblefield, Terry
Dodd, Janet Troutt, Sue Martin,
Mrs. Ronald Benson, Mrs. C. R*
Williams, Mrs. Avret Vaughan!
Including workers, a total 0f
78 was reported enrolled. The
school will close Friday with a
picnic at noon at the community
house and open house that night
at the church.
Misses Sharon Williams and
Shirley Thornton entered classes
at Northeast Texas Commercial
College, Paris, Monday. Miss
Williams is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. (Sun) Williams,
and Miss Thornton is daughter of
Mrs. Myrtis Thornton.
WSUS CIRCLE I
Mrs. F. P. Brumby ,\a- hos-
tess Monday when WSCS Circle
I of the MVthodi-t Church nut.
After opening song. Miss Jodie
Craddock read scripture itt.d gave
an article. “A Man Who Make-
His Faith Work." She i>!-o
heard'in prayer. Mr-, tile An-
derson gave two at tide- from
Methodi-t W< ntan — “We Arc
Called” and "Prayer f'<r In-
sight,' then offered prayer.
A business sc.—:> n wa« held.
Twenty cauls were i* <>*>r;* >i mail-
ed to ck ui >1 -hut-i: * and 51
vi-it* made. “The true di c;p!e
has but one 'Master — Je- .*
C!iri*t." was the spirit a! |;f«*
thillg!)!. IV Me.lictio* was by
M*». *»V. C. Jeffery. N xt inert-
ing will le fir-t M»<duy iv July
with Mis. D.k Pn-tt.
Vi-itii u Mr. and Mr-. Gilbert
Sa!-n*‘ a : .l>»ty. F.llu.v were
Jimmy *».. - a J .' Si.yd-1
a”d Mr. Dinis’ nn th< r fr» i
To All My Friends And
I wish to thiink each and every-
one for your support in my
campaign for Sheriff of Red
River County. Again, I ask
your continued help in carry-
ing out the duties of this office
during the next term.
M. E. (Mac) McGuire
il\l I*<>1. A<lv »
What About College?
More young people than ever before are answering "Yes, I’m plan-
ning to attend”. College enrollment is increasing at a rate four times
as fast as our population growth.
There are good reasons "why”.
Besides the fun and aesthetic benefits college offers, the rewards in
terms of earning power are tremendous. According to the U. S.
Census Bureau, each, year of college is worth $45,000! That means
a graduate will probably earn $180,000 more during his lifetime
than one of his classmates who did not attend college.
To help the growing number of high school graduates who plan to
continue their education, Community Public Service Company has
provided a booklet, "What About College?”, to local school author-
ities^ It offers helpful information about college costs, entrance
requirements, scholarships, how to choose a college and other
We are happy to cooperate in providing this service to the young
people of this community. We sincerely hope it will encourage and
help those who face the question “What About College?".
EHUHMIY IfHIC gHIff
FRED WHITTEN, Manager
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Grant, George W. The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1968, newspaper, June 6, 1968; Bogata, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth893401/m1/2/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.