The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1967 Page: 4 of 4
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THE BOGATA NEWS, BOGATA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 2«, 1M7
\Wy MRS. WALTER PETTIT
Mrs. Luther Kelsoe underwent
nfgvry Monday at Red River
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Powell of
Fort AjVorth, Mrs. Addie Carlton of
Cleburne, were visitors last week
of Mrs. Amy Craddock.
Mrs. L. A. Pope and daughter,
Mrs. Cecil Smith of Ennis, were
.visitors during week end of Mrs.
Sid Wright and others.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morris of
Dallas, were week end visitors of
1 Mrs. Glenn Olgyton Sr. of Ful-
bright, Mrs. Carl Wood of Bogata.
spent Monday night with their
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Clayton Jr. at Arlington.
^lr. and Mrs. Ross Carroll of
Marshall, were Monday visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Garmon.
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Abernathy
•flParig; and her sons, Vernie and
Arthur Johnson, visited Mrs. Ma-
id Hammett, Sunday.
■Mrs. .Laura Stephenson wag re-
p<|ti i d feeling better Tuesday af-
teV being indisposed. She had as
a 'Monday night guest, her fosfcir-
gianddaughter, • Mrs. Reuben
S4hrimpsh.er»> of Dallas, and Mrs.
Smith of Talco.
R. 5. Hunt of San Antonio, Mrs.
Jack Henry of Mt. Pleasant, visit-
ed in the A. H. Denny home while
here to attend funeral of Mrs. Min-
nie Fincher, Friday.
Mrs. Millard (Mary Maurine)
Long of Lancaster, Calif., has or-
dered a subscription to The News
for her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Smith,
also of Lancaster. Mrs. Long
writes, “It has been quite a while
since we lived in that area but so'
many names are still familiar . . .
re still have relatives in the area.”
EQUIPMENT-NEW OR USED
SEE IS FOR ALL FIRESTONE NEEDS — TIRES
Tractors Overhauled — Hay Twine — Cotton Poison
1—8N Ford 1—MF 50 Diesel
»— Ferguson Cultivators 1—MF 50 LP
1—B John Deere Pasture Dreams
New and Used Mowers Seeder
1—II John Deere 1—65 HC-LP
1—MF 50 Gas 2—ON Fords
Massey-Ferguson and New Holland Hay Machinery Dealers
Appliances and Accessories
FOR THE HOME
LIVING ROOM, BED ROOM
DINING ROOM, DINETTE
and DEN FURNITURE
CLEANERS —All Types
LAMPS of Every Design
For Every Use
Lumber — Hardware — Furniture
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
6-Oz. Inst. Kimbles COFFEE
5 Lbs. SUGAR
Smokie Ridge All Meat Bologna
12-Oz. Hormel CORN BEEF
5-Lb. Snow Lilly FLOUR
303 Can Home Folks Cream Peas
3 — 303 Cans Kimble White
Duncan Hines White CAKE MIX
Reg. Size Snowy Bleach
iQt Kraft Miracle Whip
Grayon MARGARINE, 1 Lb.
BISCUITS 2 for 15c
MARKET & FEED
Mrs. Elisa both Lessard of Red
River Haven Nursing Home is a
patient at St. Joseph’s Hospital,
Paris, for medical tests and treat-
Mrs. W. J. Petty is a; patient at
McCuistion Hospital for medical
attention. She was reported im-
Mrs. Tom Cross, Mrs. D. L. Wil-
on and children and Miss Donna
>ue Garrison of Paris, visited Mr.
nd Mrs. Obe Wright, Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. E. A. Jenkins of
Waco, here to attend funeral of
Mrs. Minnie Fincher, stayed for a
Vw days to visit friends. They are
former residents of Bcgata.
Here with George Pope Jr. and
family for the week end wefe his
mother, Mrs. George Pope Sr. of
Alba, and his son, Ralph Pope of
the U. S. Navy, San Diego, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Lee of Ar-
'ington, Mrs. George Gamble of
Clarksville, visited Mrs. Ida Lee,
Mr. and Mrs. Smiley Hinson and
Vicki' during week end.
Mr, and Mrs. Sam, Latimer and
daughter of Fort Worth, spent the
week end with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jeff Hancock, Mrs. Frank
Tyer and Mr. Tyer.
Visiting his p'arents, Mr. and
Airs. Oils Swaim, Sunday and H.
L. Chesshir in Clarksville hospital
were Mr. and Mrs. Gary (Bubs)
Swaim and children of Fort Worth.
Mrs. Drew Hancock is a patient
in Clarksville hospital this week.
Returning home last week end af-
ar a week here with the Hancocks
were Mrs. Noel Myers and Lisa of
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ward oC Dal-
las, were week end visitors of her
brother, Oscar Legate, Mrs. Lo-i
('.'to and Mrs. L. It. Wright. Mrs.
Cec'l Smith of Ennis, also visited
In the Legate home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jeffery
and family if Nacogdoches, spent
,,,c week end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. T. Jeffery. Wallace
is an employee of the office of the
State Adjutant General. A Mon-
day visitor of the Jcfferys was
their daughter, M'rs. Alvia Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gable, Mrs.
Felix Moreno, Mrs. Gary Scraws
were in Commerce Tuesday to at-
tend graduation exercises when
their son and brother, Johnny Lee
Gable, received his Bachelors De-
gree in Education at. ETSU. John-
ny is now teaching in the Hughes
Mr. and Mrs.’ Bob Fleming of
Odessa, spent the week end with
his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Alfred
Fleming. They were accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. Lucy Hervey,
returning to her home here after
visiting in Odessa and relatives in
New Mexico. Other visitors of the
Flemings during week end were
their daughter, Mrs. Glen East,
Mr. East and Karen of San An-
gelo, who also visited his mother,
Mrs. Jim East.
Mrs. Lillian Williams and dau-
ghter, Mrs. Mollie Sanderson of
Boyd, spent the week end with her
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Mor-
gan. They also attended a family
dinner Sunday in the home >f an-
other sister, Mrs. Madge Burns.
Other dinner guests were the Mor-
gans from here, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Landrum, Mr. and Mrs. Juarez
Jordan and Randy of Hooks. Mrs.
Burns accompanied Mrs. Williams
home for a visit.
By SHIRLEY HINSON
Mrs. Tom Pirtle received word
Sunday night that her sister-in-
aw, M'rs. Robert Sims of Argo
suffered a stroke. Mrs. Pirtle and
Mrs. Jim Pirtle visited Mrs. Sims
it the Mt‘.*Pleasant Hospital, Mon-
Rev. Kenneth Vaughan, pastor of
the Baptist Church in Eldorado
iccupied the pulpit of Rev. C. W.
Permenter at Johntown Baptist
Church, Sunday night.
Visiting their father, G. A.
Vaughan, were Mr. and Mrs. Jamei-
Thomas and family of Paris, Mr.
and Mrs. Avret Lynn Vaughan and
family of Blossom, Mr. and Mrs.
Harley Vaughah and family of
Richardson and Rev. Kenneth
Vaughan of Eldorado, over the
Mrs. J. T. Sells came home Wed-
nesday from the hospital in Ark-
ansas. She is better.
Mrs. Hugh Mayfield accompani-
ed her mother, Mis. Mcllie Rector
to the Talco Clinic for medical
Mrs. E. V. Pirtle accompanied
her father, R. L. Smith to the Tal-
co Clinic for medical treatment,
Mr. and Mrs. Haivcy Jean and
family of Longview, visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Pirtle,
and his mother, Mrs. John Parker
and Mr. Parker.
Mrs. Irene Pew and Mrs. Lucy
Hervey visited Gus Ward in the
Talco Hospital and Clinic, Sunday
Mrs. J. T. Rogers of Terrell, was
home over tile week end and visit-
ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Tom Batson and two chil-
dren of DeSoto, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Mayfield from Monday
Visiting their father, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Hawkins on his birth-
lay were Mr. and Mrs. Spanky
Hawkins and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Doug Hawkins and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Butch Combest and family,
all of Longyiew.
Mrs. Janice McCullar and fam-
ily cf Mt-nPle^sant, visited her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawkins,
Mrs. Floyd Whitley and Mrs. E.
T. Stnnsbury and her son, Randy
of Houston, visited their father
and aunts, W. A. Gotten, Miss Ver-
ah Gotten and Mrs. Maggie Ches-
Shirley Hinson attended the
Sunday School Clinic in Paris at
Hillcrest Baptist Church .
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Howard of
Bogata and Mrs. Lucy Hervey
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Hervey.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stoker of
Tyler, were here Monday looking
for a carpenter to luild a new
home on his lot in Johntown. Mr.
Stoker is a former resident of
Johntown and plans to retire in
February and move here.
Mrs. Pearl James of Paris, vis-
ited in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Hinson and family, Thurs-
The parsonage for the Baptist
Church is almost completed. The
floors will be covered and drapes
hung this week. We plan to have
open house before the pastor moves
into the house. The date will be
Deport 74 - 73
Deport and Blossom boys tangl-
ed in a thriller in Deport gym
Monday night both teams fighting
for a playoff spot in District 35-B
East Zone. Blossom emerged the
victor, 74-73; with Patterson get-
ting a tip-in at the buzzer.
Plossom and Deport had gone in-
to the game tied for the No. 2 po-
sition, and Deport led all the way
until the final buzzer, leading as
much as six points at halftime.
The Depcrt boys jumped out in
front of Blossom, 18-13 at the end
of the first period and the two
clubs continued their hot hitting
pace in the second quarter.
Tt was tied 47-47 the third
period and the teams were seldom
opnrated by more than a basket
■ he remainder of the quarter. At
the end of the period, Deport was
back in the lead by 5R-55.
With 30 seconds left it was 73-
70, Deport. At this stage of the
game, a connection to the clock
was jarred loose and mass confus-
ion reigned for a few seconds.
When play resumed, Daugherty
drew a four for Blossom and 'vent
to the foul line with 25 seconds
showing. He hit both to make it
Deport had a chance at the free
throw line with 14 seconds remain-
ing, but failed to connect. ' •
Blossom brought the ball down,
shot and missed and then Patter-
son made his game-winning play.
Daugherty ended with 31 points
for Blossom. Tommy Sessums had
17 and Oliver had 15.
Joe Travis Kelsey was high for
Deport with 26 points. Larry Var-
ner sank 20 and Sparks had 13.
Rlossom goes into the playoffs
next week with a 20-8 record. The
Bulldogs meet Delmar the first
In the girl’s game Deport led all
the way with Oennie Kelsey sink-
ing 34 points to lead Deport. Rhon-
da Allen hit 15, Marilyn Glover 13
and Yvonne Wood 11.
Vickie Thompson was high for
Blossom with 31 points and Sue
Allen hit for 10.
Deport enters the playoff next
week against Central.
Mrs. Francis Bailey of Rugby,
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Garvie Bailey.
Mi1, and Mrs. Jerry Bryson,
Martha Gail and Thomas of Deni-
son, v, ere week end guests of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Bryson.
Mrs. Eunice Nobles of Denton,
.visited her sister, Mrs. Fred Swiiit
and Mr. Swint from Friday until
Barney Scott accompanied his
brother-in-law, Jeff Preston of
Paris, to Lufkin Saturday, where
they attended a cattle sale.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hammett of
Longview, visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Corry Bell, during the
Mr. and Mrs. Ledford Kelley of
Grand Prairie, were week end
guests of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walker Devlin at Minter.
Airs. D.„ K. Thames, Mrs. Roy
Aikin and Mrs. Bob Williams of
Lictroit, visited Mrs. J. B. Griffin,
Mrs. Bob Carrell was in Ft.
I Worth frqm Friday until Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watts of! v*isitin>g her son, Bob Carrell Jr.,
Mrs. Carrell, Craig and Carla.
Texarkana, enroute to their horn1
from Lubbock, visited Su’day r
the home of Mis. I.. E. Hayes.
Mrs. Watts is the former Jennie
Boyett Hayes of Deport.
SPECIALS FRIDAY SATURDAY
CLUB STEAKS, Lb.
BEEF RIBS, Lb.
CHEER, Giant Size
SUGAR, 10 Lb.
TISSUES, Softee, 4 Roll Pac
Wolf CHILI. No. 2 Can
PEACHES, D. M., No. 2* Can
CORN, D. M., 5 Cans
CRISCO, 3-Lb. Can .....................
Mra. Pat McGill spent from
Sunday until Thursday in the home
of her son, Gaylon McGill, Mrs
McGill and sons in Daingerfield.
Mrs. Sam Wright and son, Obe
Jr. entered Red River hospital last
Thursday for surgery. Both were
Tuesday visitors of Mrs. J. B.
Griffin were Mrs. Charles Grant
of Paris and Mrs. A. E. Hancock
W. K. Read was quite ill during
the week end. His children here
to attend him w7ere Mr. and Mrs.
Stan Pilgrim and family of Waco,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Talley and chil-
dren of Houston. Bill Read of
Miami, Fla., ariived Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell McConnell
and daughter-in-law', Mrs. Calvin
McConnell of Pampa, visited Mrs.
A. L. Stalls a short time Monday.
They were enroute home after a
visit with their son and husband,
Calvin McConnell, stationed at
Fort Polk, La.
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Wright Sunday were Mr. and Mra.
Wayne Thomas and Estelle of De-
troit and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stev-
ens of Fulbright.
R. W. Bryant suffered an attack
of illness while feeding hie cattle
Thursday. He is a patient at Mc-
Cuistion Hospital, where he is re-
Mrs. Glenn Clayton and Mrs.
Carl Wood of Bogata were guests
of their children, Mr. and Mrs. ,,
Glenn Ciayton Jr. of Arlington,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. Pen Gilbreath and son, Rob-
ert, spent Monday night with her
mother, Mrs. Bill Young. Mrs. t
Young returned home with them J
Tuesday and visited the remainder t
of the week.
Weldon Hume. Ag. teacher, and
members of Deport FFA plan to
attend the Ft. Worth Stock Show
Saturday. Dennis Gann, Andy
Spier, Paul Keys, Ernest Sparks
and Bob Wright will see the 10 a.
m. Rodeo and tour the stock show.
After February 1st my office will be
located at Lassiter’s Hardware Store. See
me for all your real estate needs, notary
MRS. IVA HOOKER
We offer the best in veterinary supplies—
serum for black leg, dust for lice and grubs—
supplies and* remedies of all kinds at compar-
BUCKMAN REXALL DRUG
WEEK END SPECIALS
Dr. and Mrs. Mavis Kelsey of
Houston, were guests of his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelsey,
from Friday night until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ladd of
Freeport, were Sunday visitors of
Mrs. J. M. Read apd Malcolm and
also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben War-
ren of Bogata during the week end
Giant Ajax LAUNDRY DET.
4-Lb. PINTO BEANS
46-Oz. Del Monte Pineapple
BISCUITS 3 for 25c
Horn-Maid, Ready to Bake Pre-
3-lb. Can Mrs. Tucker’s Shortening
Hormel BACON _______________
1-Lb. Maryland Club COFFEE
12-Oz. Peter Pan Peanut Butter
6-Oz. Frozen Orange Juice ..... 2 for 29c
JANUARY 27 - 28
35c COFFEE, lb...............69c
“ k .
Picnic HAMS, lb.....35c
WOLF (Limit 2)
CHILLI, No. 2 Can 53c
PETER PAN — 28-OZ.
PEANUT BUTTER 79c
0XYD0L, regular ,27c
2 for 15c
Your Affiliated Food Store
G. W. BARTLETT GROCERY
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Grant, George W. The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1967, newspaper, January 26, 1967; Bogata, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth902018/m1/4/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.