The Bogata Tribune (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1959 Page: 2 of 4
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Entered at the Post Office in Bogata, Texas as Second Class
matter September 4, 1958 untor Act of Congress of March 3,
1879, as amended.
tfubsyription Rate*: In R«*d River County, Texas $2.00
per year; outside Red Kiver County, Texas $2.r0 tier
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RVTES
3 cents per word first insert'on; 2 cents per word each additional
insertion. Minimum charge 25 cents.
FOR SALE: 1947 Ford. See Paul
Wilson. ME2 f>543.
FOR SALE: Small house, to be
moved off lot. Call ME 2 5743.
FOR SALE: 6 room, modem
homo in North Bogata. Call
ME2 5339 or see Eldon Chaloner
SEE ME if you need a good
home. I can fit you up. Mrs Iva
Hooker, Met 5621.
FOR RENT: 3 room modern
house, located at 4 Southwest
street, Bogota. See Tommy
House, New Hagcnsport. 2
FOUND. Mans WrDt
.See Paul Wilson.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is herelvy riven that
there win be an election held on
April 4. 1959 by the qualified
voters of the Bogata Indenen
^ent School District In the City
Hall in the town of Bogata,
Texas, for the purpose of elect
'■.g two school trustees for said
district. The terms of office of.
Stem Barra-rd and Hrnrv Pov
rtolda expire The polls r f raid
election shall hp cr to <vt af °
' clclk on sr:d dnv : nc viore ?.’
7 r., m.
A printed h-Tot will ho U'>'
thh yedr and those who vish to
tile with the serretarv of th<>
school board. Car! Williams, do
so l>efoie March 14. which is
deadline. Pete Wilkim;r.r> '
t-lectior. in ’re.
T V Kir-v P r,-„.int.
Ca ! \dill am •, Secretary. |
Rdltr.fg Nob-: The f'.rllvAviPg
let < or from Andrew and Clau
dene Connolly, raSaalonurles In
riot torn Nyitoland, wa« re
ivlvod b> the llogati Charch
of Christ recently. Mr Ponnal
ly ad lrft.efM theujonarregot. n
here in July of 1970, shortl /
Kofom leavlnc for his work
In XiWtlinl. The R >p fa
Church of Christ contirtbutoa
to his nwti In the field.
< 1 . '
Rumpi, Nyr.sa.land, C. A.
March 1, 1959
tyms block and held It aga'nst
. n., European going through.
Between Fort H.T1 and Rumpi
*1! Europca.is have been ev&cuat
cd for their own rafety. Rumpi
itself had all the windows brok
en from ore government buIM
g, and some government
1 vc' r sitting nearby. Also the
telephone lines out were iut. At
Livingstonia Mission where we
lived for two months, the head
of the mission was stoned, num
erous buildings were damaged
and one truck wa9 totally de
stroyed. The European driver
was hit numerous times by
stones from the mob before he
' Two great advantages for tractor ■■waters ars to be
n Ford/new Select O Speod tnw&L ^
iiiinr anlv the small selector lever (shown to tn
onvcnience. Using only the mO nkdn
sert), the tractor operator can shift to or through any
'onward and two reverw^ean^ withot
a sing a clutch pedal
ind economy resulting from easy
_ ________ of ten
wlthont stopping and witheut
is the greater efficiency
of exactly the rUN
February has been the best
month for the church since v.’c could got away,
came to Nyasalar.d. There imvc Atthe mission here nothing
been thirty six baptisms lr. has happeiM^. we have been no
three weeks. Thirty one of "by the police to' be ready
these baptisms have brer, at (Q jeave. a moments notice,
our new congregation that we fam;llcs vvho ilve about
began this month. eight milts away have come to
\Ve lira'll’ have a bore h‘le tlio ,,^ht hero for our
• n cur property to g've
quote sxfc water.
tear for every Job. The local Ford tiytor and lmplement_____
Invites yonr Inspection of the Ford Bcloct-O-Spoed transmicslsn
in gold demonstration tractor now on display.
Perhaps :1k- news you art a’
tady familiar with i- the poll
tical unrest in Nyarahmd. For
the past few months there have
been riots, stonings and killing
running rampant i- French Equa
'orla' Africa and the Belgium
C:ngo. Three weeks ago the Af
| rloiait Notional Congress started
a oami a.:»n to drive the Euro
grans rn.it of Nyc aland. Every
major town in Nyasaland has
had riots and stone throwing.
Bro. Judd and I are not alarm
1st- and have m desire to
leave our work even for a few
weeks unless there is physical
or r ev Involved to us and our
:um”ios. Wo full well roaize the
impl'cM'ons of our leaving or
'ayipg a:id a e optimistic that
v c shsll oscr.po any trouble at
FORMER BOGATA BOV
Announcement has been made
of the engagement and approach
ing marriage of Miss , Shirley
Pamplin, daughter of Mrs Velma
Pamplin of Woodland, to Free’
die Miller, son of Finis M Her
of Woodland, and Mrs Jai.ic--
Sicker, Tyler. The wedding is to
to in August.
'lhe groom to be and Ills par
ents are. former Bogata res’
dents. Mrs Betty Miller, Fred
the ’rhv'on and believe the [dies’ grandmother, resides in Bo
'■•'sis sh?.i! he well in hand in a
Mrs Lawrence Bell entertained
her daughter, Regina, in obse*
vance of her seventh blrthddV
Cake and pink lemor.aJe werf-
served to: Cindy and Cas.’j' Wat
kins, Beth Gordon, Rhonua ai r!
D^bra Ppekett, Tana, Le*a ari)
lanet Massey, Linda 1 o'fcPr*:,
Martha Beck, Mrs Bill Bceh,
Mrs Allen Watkins, Mrs Bobkr ■'
Masses’, Mrs Bert Bell or. ;l
You don’t have to advertise
you can quit business!
V- e felt the ’•retd t.o write to |
the folks at hr me as the sltua
FOR SALE: Nice home 4
nid, all conveniences,- good loca
’ion, on 2 a. land Mrs Hooker1 I 0C&L HAPPENINGS
"tE2 5621. | i Come Africans have been killed - en here ha? f*nally received
Mrs W V Humphreys is in and, a number wounded. world news coverage. We all
Crrtha70 visiting her daughter. _ . ..... . . . have been prepared for this 101
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Resolution of the City Council
i 1 the City of Bogata, Texas, or
dering an election of the city of
.leers of said city.
Be It resolved by the
visitors of their
I - * he
had on:- share. At
■ uildings. the
Wo are well
not to be
and ask all rf
prayers abound iff-our be |
Mrs Kyle Leftwich and Mr Leftj. " f;v’rnp’ f’v e huvr’ some time,
and MrsVA Nelson of ^,ildin^’ ;hc government rest >’ou
Oklahoma were Sunday! ‘!0i:s0 ftnfl F,,'nl<' ,he .iai’ uhilc at °ul' present
Mrs' '‘p?' u-: pn.*oners. Tri.oii your
City! Jim Reavis. Miss Nancy ReavV Krtown in t0 »he rots, half and for the work here,
council of the Citv of Bocaf-i,! returned home with them, for: .„»* In Christian love,
'lexas, as follows, to.wit: j VuSit.
That an annual election for! -~x--*
CRv • Officers of -aid Citv be' Mas L'lllc- Branson of cirri
i nd the same is hereby ordered j 'illo, was a guest of lw r broth
1 add at the City Hull of said Supt. and Mrs E L Branson,
city, on the fust Tuesday in I.Sunday.
into Tanganyika has been closed
for two weeks as the Africans
have overun the ai.r field, cus
Andrew and Claudene
April, A. D. 1959, and the same
being the 7th dr.v of :;a;cl
month, within the hours of said
day, between 8 o'clock a m. and
6 o’clock p. m. by qualified
voters of said city.
That the officers of said city
to be elected at said election are
two aldermen. Terms of Coun
oilmen Lenox Hudson and L.
B Lassiter are expiring.
That the said election he held
in acco: dance with the knvs oi
the State of Texas regulating
general elections in srid S ate.
V. THEDFORD, Mayor,
LENOX HUDSON, Secretary.
IN RELIABLE STOCK
you Con Col t:
Mat No. 3”
Fast, Expert Service . . .
Shoulder's Upholstering Shop
At Prices You Cun Afford
O'H Scouts of
Girl Scout Week
ri’.g church with
last Sunday and
Troop No. 21
Am; ■ Gamb'H. The girls have
two kinds rf ccnk’ea to offer;
the a sr. trr’ sandwich style with
■-■air VR-’i’a £:-)<? half chocolate
or the chocolate mint style. Girl
Scout cookies are good c ok’es
and are well packaged with ar
outer wrap of foil which keep
them good for a kng while, fo
stock up for everyday am’
4 cycle Briggs Stratton Motor
19 inch LAWN MOWER $49.95
4 cycle Briggs Stratton Motor
21 inch LAWN MOWER $59.95
4 cycle Briggs Stratton Motor
22 inch LAWN MOWER $69.95
STEEL WHEELBARROW $ 8-95
50 foot PLASTIC HOSE ’ $ 149
ME2 5724 BOGATA
on „ , use when the girls come a room
99 started National! „ T . ,. i
A Girl Scout Is • Tltriftv”
off by attend
with some special observance
Therefore our cookie po k:«.fT~
r.rc so designed thet th' not
only give maximum prole:: Ion f-
' h( c'ok’es. but have a r ■ coiv'
ct the Educational liuiM| material. So any one who will
12 OUNCE CAN KXMBELI.’S
THREE FOUND CAN
FRESH CABBAGE, lb.
BLACK HAWK BACON, lb.
SIX OUNCE INSTANT FOLDERS
3 PKGS. JELLO
HOM MAID BISCUITS, 2 for
BEEF ROAST, lb
GROCERY 0 FOOD LOCKER
a\ night the.', enterta ined their | wrappers on the box they pro
nothets ard fatliers with a ba '. j vide our troops with free ciaft
eg f'f rhr Baptist Churcii, with
nfty -even giris and guests at
' ending. The program was open
with the Fltg Ceremony by
! r op No. 21 and singing grace
was given by both troops, Mi-
Newt Bryson was master of
ceremony ar.d esc-h girl
cue 9 her guests. Miss Jo Her
vy. Executive Director of the
Red. Rive r Valley Girl" Scout
Council, showed colored slides |,
cn Day Camps in Red River
County in 1958 ar.d tome ".of
established Girl Scout Cam.
Camp Gambit). These s*de;.
along with our beautiful weath
er of ,he past fe\V weeks, l.a\"!
camping fever running high
among the girls.
Friday at 3:45 p m was the
kick eft time for Our Annual
Gir! Seeut Cookie Sale which
will run for one week. Each
girl will be working hard to soli
her quota. The cookies are 50
cents per box. Five cents from
each box goes into .our local
troop fluids and the rest goes
asked to save your wra-ytors
end turn them in to Mrs Fpark
Haynes or Mrs George Mars-taT.
The girls use the colorful ok
turcs on them in decorating
wild life ccrap books votes
hade, planters, ai-'l mm;
The Girls, and leader.:: uotii
wish to thank ever., one
lor their interest and . -,o"'
f cur Scout program during
the past year an&we a e looK.ng
forward to another year of fur.
Mr and Mrs Jerry- Wh tton
and children, of Dallas, visited
his grandmother, Mrs \V II
Whitten here, and fc.s parnvts.
Mr and Mrs Clovis Whitten an
family, at 'rtfldo.
7 m »
|UT_ 1 *
sz „ h-
rir. f tr
to help maintain and improve Mrs Lampard.
Mr and Mrs Geprgi Lami-ard
iof Lone Star were Sunday
guests of his ii'.g Roscoe and
I-’OR EVERY fCCASIOK
Mis. 6ni«i Allen
Phone ME * M21 > BOGATA
/ Here are the facts . . .
1. The Electric Cooperatives 6f Texas are
a tax paying — business managed —
2. The money to build the cooperatives was ‘
a loan and the interest and the principal
are being paid back.
3. For every $1.00 spent on Co-Op lines
an estimated $6.00 has been spent by
members for electrical appliances, thus*
the Cooperatives have created and are ,
still creating a multi-billion dollar market
for the merchants of Texas" and the.
4. The Electric Cooperatives of .Texas are ^
; owned arid operated by the people the*
serve ... free enterprise in its puresTi-
Don’t get your wires crossed. If it IhkLb - jj
not been for the Electric Cooperatives off
Texas, many farms and ranches would stiH
Cm darlt.v They transformed the rural com-
munity. They must continue to serve those
areas they helped<to develop.
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k LAMAR COUNTS
electric COOPERATIVE 4^S*-
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Reavis, Jim. The Bogata Tribune (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1959, newspaper, March 19, 1959; Bogata, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth902186/m1/2/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.