The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 58, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1968 Page: 3 of 4
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THE BOGATA NEWS, BOGATA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE C, IMS
Mrs. Betty King of Dallas, vis-
ited her children in home of her
mother. Mrs. Sue Hudson during
week end. Other visitors in the
Hudson home were Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Hudson and son, Phillip
of Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Leggett
.-pent the week end in Amarillo
with her brothers, Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Reynolds. They helped
the Homer Reynolds move to Bo-
gata where they reside in an
apartment at home of Miss Jodie
The Bogata News
GEORGE W. GRANT, JERRY D.
BURNS, Owners and Publishers
GEORGE W. GRANT ...... Editor
JERRY D. BURNS ... Adv. Mgr.
Mrs. Walter Pettit Adv.-News
Entered as Second Class Matter
November 1, 1911, at the post-
office at Bogata, Texas 75417.
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1 > “A . >o I can k■-e.il up with all
'■i \ M t to <!>. Wi-'ve hi ell here
o _u \i ai-, Imt -till rail Itogata
h...... I !l ..II mu friends hello.
T! :ink ymi.
Sio oi d Ity Shows
ai .1 Mrs. Frank Tyer ut-
t• * •:•••! ti l- wedding Saturday
' '••• i •' a. ' gt..n (daughter. Mi-
I a.i 1...; imi r to |!oii Kelley in
a' lev i church. I’lie luido is
tin’ d.me liter of Mr. and Mrs.
.1 oil l.a'e i f Ku hard-on. Tile
Tyi i in ii- met in Irving by Mr.
ai.d Mr-, Cutti* Latimer and s- n,
.1 Buv'i r, ail spending the
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Nix - Gentry Vows
Exchanged May 25
A candlelighted ceremony Sat-
urday evening. May 25, in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nix of
Hooks, united in marriage his
daughter. Miss Daine Lynn Nix
of Hooks and Clyde Edward Gen-
try of Texarkana. The groom is
the son of Mrs. Augusta Gentry
of Alma, Ark.
Vows were exchanged in the
presence of close friends and
members of the families. Votive
candles garlanded with shasta
daisies formed the setting of the
improvised altar. The couple
knelt on a white prie-dieu as Mrs.
Mary John Brock sang the wed-
ding prayer. She also sang
“Whither Thou Goest’ as a pre-
nuptial selection, accompanied at
the piano by Mrs. Bill Melton who
also played the traditional wed-
Maid of honor was Miss Annie
Reed, Nash, and Miss Paula Jane
Davidson of Hooks, step-sister of
the bride, was a junior brides-
maid. Their costumes were iden-
tical with dresses of yellow bond-
ed erene gathered to round yokes.
They wore matching bows in their
hair and carried nosegays of shas-
A reception, immediately fol-
lowing the exchange of vows,
houored the bride ai it gronni.
Among out of town guc-ts at*
tending til.- wedding were Mr. an.I
Mrs. Janu s Clyde Wats n nf Mt.
I’lca-ant, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Davidson Jr.. Mrs. C. K. David-
son, Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Sparks,
l.uanne and Dawnc of Deport.
Mrs. \ I Webster of Clark.-vilh*.
Mr. and Mr-. James Gib-on and
Mrs. John Hancock of ibc- ua,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill V '*...« en-
tertained w i’ll a buffet upper
Saturday evening a' •> o’- 'ock in
Miss Wanda Hume -
Don Whitaker Wed
Mi-s Wanda Hie • the
I t: I uf (ton \\ a ..»>.• I .|,«y
7 c’clock i:. !! >• • \ * * :n
latkeway llap'i-t Uhur. T 'pas-
tor. the Jlcv. Edwin l*a\t-. |H*r-
formed tto' double-ring io.i s dur-
ing • •• -emi.formal ceremony.
Tile bn.'e I- tie daughter of
lia ' lb.no ,f Dallas, u'al pa* -
eii- f t'n Sim.groo are .M'-,
.1' d Mr- W. ii. W* it a • t, C"op«-r.
\ '.i '...... -ai. "Whither
Tic •- • - .** 1**1 -* a*ol Motm
> >' '‘ll* ' Itigh.im -ang "Tin*
I prayi r.“ ..• • . i* ;■ innsl by
Mi- W* l*i i Sunt It.
E t i\.r..yi i in no of Con*
. g *n. l-ivdl.'l of t|e Ii' |«|e,
IV* d a* U-l lean. Etc Mb' Da-
of f*.<l and Mike E >wler 'f
ha|lii» livbt-d tl< „ltar ta|H*ra
..'•I ■•*l'-'i| glO'-ts.
'll . \\ h l..* • I i if el .a'e of
CiV » * vi a n Hu ll S. In I :i**d at*
tr'.iioi Ball* Jm.ior €Ic^rrs*. She
» * . * i.i* • of I'c \ ii'li ivy
• f lleauta ..*•! i- • 't* euiployed at
II • • * Ileal !y S''<*p. The h ide-
Kroetn i a graduate of Cooper
High S, h< •>! atal i- e*np oyed at
Annual reunion for'the Gullion
family was held at South Lake,
Clarksville, Sunday, June 2. For-
ty-nine members spread a picnic
lunch, followed by an afternoon
of boating, skiing and just visit-
ing. Mrs. Dick Bolton of Clarks-
ville acted as mistress of cere-
Those present were: Mrs. Essie
Chesshir, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gul-
lion of Bogata, Mr. and Mrs.
James Roy Gullion and Lauri
Ann of Paris, Mr .and Mrs. Nor-
val Gullion of Greenville, Fred
Gullion and Ronnie of San An-
tonio, Mrs. Fannie Gullion, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Murray, Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Gullion of Dallas,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Little, Lauri
and Marti of Mesquite, Mrs. Ava
Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Grunewald, Judy Beth and Doug
of Ft. Worth, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Watkins Jr., Albert and Paul
Watkins of McCamey, Miss Judy
Webb of Abilene;
Jim'Gullion, Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hum-
phrey. Marlene ai d Wayne Hum-
phrey, Mrs. Robe*. Walker, Tom-
my Walker. Mr, and Mrs. Glynn
Chesshir, Gl.vnda Chesshir, Mr.
and Mrs. John Gullion, Mr. and
Mr.-. Dick Gullion, Jimmy and
Tnmmie i.f (’lari >-i|le, Mr. and
Ml-, (ins Nobles nf Deport.
The g|'i up vot'd t<> meet at the
same pls'i'c the fi ,-t Sunday in
Fred Whitten, local manager
for Community Public Service
Co., is on vacation this week.
Mrs. Ben Craven had as Mem-
orial Day visitors, Mrs. Joe Bol-
ton snd granddaugthers, Bobbie
and DeAnn, Mrs. Bolton’s par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cox, all
Mac Williams called his hea-
ther, Bobby Williams and Mis.
Williams, Friday. He ia statioft*
«d at Fort Polk, La., for baalh
Mrs. Ruby Mathis of Dallas,
spent the week end with her par-
ents, Mr. and'Mrs. Monroe Goode.
Mrs. Audrey Terry of Garland,
spent the week end with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lewis had
as visitors on Wednesday of last
wek, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morris
of Dallas, Mrs. Ether Hendricks
of Paris, Air. and Mrs. Hubert
Pittman of Steger, III., Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Childers.
Rev. Clay Yeager has been re-
appointed pastor of Bogata Meth-
odist Church, it was announced
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Whitten
were in Clarksville Sunday after-
noon to attend funeral of Robert
Mrs. Britt Lassiter was in pe-
troit Saturday for lunch with Mr.
and Mrs. Porter Norwood. Mrs.
Connie Castleman of Amarillo,
was also a guest in the Norwood
home. Mrs. Castleman visited
friends in Bogata Friday.
Mrs. Herbert Daniel of Okeene,
Okla., and Miss Janice Ford of
Dallas, visited their mother, Mrs.
John K. Ford, last week.
M. L. Blissard, recovering from
a light heart attack for which hi*
was hospitalized for a week, was
in The News office Monday to re-
new his subscription.
Five calves belonging to Mr.
and Mr.-. Robert Gillis of Rosalie,
were killed in a pasture near
there by lightning Wednesday
night of last week. Gillis found
them Friday under a lightning-
splintered sweetgum tree.
8. E. CORNER PLAZA
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bryson
and children of Whitewright,
spent Wednesday night and
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. II.
K. Bry-on. Mrs. J. Lee Smith.
Mrs, Eddie Dodd
.Mis. Eddie Dt»*i was lion red
with a inisoiJlar.i - shower Moil,
tiny from 7 to 9 .* tin* Follow.hip
Hall of Calvary Baptist Church.
Hostc**e- fm tl event were
Mines, Carlas H.t ighun, Ardcll
Flanagan, Ellis llurri-. S .;>ny
Duncan, Opal H . w I Cut-
'an ay, Tex Lee. Sal lie Barba! i,
S. E. Burton. A V, Flat iignu.
Vivian Wcstbroe A. E. Foster
and ' I * - s Alice U'.th Tidwell.
I ho I’' i.b-’s ch....... color- of
.-•lb . and white m le curt led out
in •!«'«>r with u '..tile arrange-
ment • f w lute •* *'k and yellow
and white |m»mi-|>"U and Fugii
muni* ill u sih i three candle
•. ' dolalou. Th* 'able Was laid
with a ihit** ne' .bah over yel-
low with “Guyla and Eddie" on a
yellow streamer. ML- Su-an
(•age ard Mi-s Jot.e I►••II Flana-
gan -0110.1 whit" decorated take
•I laios and >ell< i punch from a
crystal scivice. ,
Mi-* France* Ibsld presid'd ut
(lie register tab' which held the
bride’- iMH.k and a rintp'.t yellow
p.'to.pnn mum in a crystal vase.
A '•n-iige of yellow feathered
carnations ei twined with tulle
was | rt -ented tp the honoree.
Gue-ts from out of town were
Mines. EUI»n Chaloiier. Bobby
11.. ,ov. Gradv Dodd. Kenneth
J.ff-y. J. 11 Funderburk. 1!iil
Fnrler. Inn. Johnson, Uasey
Merviu ("nibhi- of Arlington,
visited lii> part ills, Mr. ami Mrs.
Boh Childers, during week end.
Mr.-. X"ia All’inis. Miss Eliza-
beth A Hums were Sunday callers.
Mr. a.ai Mrs. Joe Richard-on of
Paris, wire Wednesday visitors in
the R. W. Glover h»me while cn*
j lying their vacatktn aftr r fits',
returning from a trip to Denver.
Becky Clayt" n of Arlingt at.
spent the week end with her
grandparents and great-grand*
parents. Mr. and Mrs. ('ail Wood,
ilr. aid 'III. W. >j. Elw I*ds r d
Mis* Mattie Chvsshir. Other
Sut dav visitor- in the Edwards
home w.re Mr. and Mrs. ,\l llur*
ris. Mary and Gaylu, Mrs.-Kitrl
Clip|u*r ai d Ginger G:t:l * f
II.H.ks, Mi. and M»s. Cecil Fox
Watts, and Mis.«-* Elixnlaih ,\l-
litms and Terri l*"dd.
We’re Celebrating Our
with a Store Wide Sale
Many Nationally Known
15% to 60% off
on this Quality Furniture
COX FURNITURE &
Clarksyille at I7lh SE — PARIS
for Father’s Day...give
an electric gift
Sup- r;or S.u*. dioard.
G. E. 11th ANNUAL
TRAIN LOAD SALE
there are so many places
he can use one.
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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/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.