The Bogata Tribune (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1959 Page: 4 of 4
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By Mm. Lloyd SW
Mr And Mrs Jim Qrant Gar
rett,and children ol Peris, were
Saturday night guests of his
parents, Mr and Mrs Jim Gar
Mrs Nora Ford of Paris Is
visiting her son, Mr and Mrs
Lloyd Ford and Gary.
Mr and Mrs Lee Bailey of A1
bion were Sunday visitors of Mr
and Mrs Jim Garrett.
Attending a birthday dinner
honoring Mrs Cora F rtf man at
the home of M and Mrs Tom
Leomen Sunday were Mr and
Mrs Guy Steven, Mr anti Mrs
Hoyle Lemen of Merkel, Mr and
Mrs Mac Freeman of Sherman
Mr and Mrs Herb Bozarth of
Dennison and Mr and Mrs Joe
Norris of Cellna.
Mr and Mrs Tom Lemen and
Mr and Mrs Hoyt Lemen of
Merkel attended the 53rd wed
ding anniversary’ of Mr and Mrs
Elbert Tucker at the home of
Mr and Mrs Clyde Mitchell of
Fulbright Sunday evening.
A number ol friends and re
latives attended the funeral ser
vices for Mac Grant of Deport,
Naomi and Sandra Andap-aon
spent the week end iptt^i their
mother, Mm Bertha Jpfctron,
in the G W Bartlett home* whet*
she is employed! • j /* „
Mrs Hyman Weddle and Mrs
Opal Chennault and baby of
Bloesom visited his slater, Mrs
Archie McBride Sunday. -
Visiting Mr and Mrs Doug
Alsobrook over the week end
were Mr and Mrs Buck Roberts
of Deport and Mr and Mrs Sam
Bryson of Garland.
Mr and Mrs Leroy Lewis re
celved a telephone oall from
their son, Robert, who left last
week for So lit h Carolina, where
he is stationed in the Army,
that he reached his destination
O K and w as doing fine.
Mr and Mrs Turn Icenburg of
Dallas visited Andrew Andersen
Mr and Mrs K O Shoulder'
visited his mother, Mrs J E
Shoulders, at Clarksville, Tuer-
day. They also visited Mr and
Mrs Elmer Shoulders of that
Several good pastures and one
meadow burned Monday evening
at Glendale as a grass fire broke
out an the old Dee Brown Mea
dow in that community.
Rev Elbert Loyd of Cherry
visited Mr and Mrs K O Should
ers and Mrs Belle Cnvender Fri
CbJter No. UCU
Jmt l* . '-it*
KBrorr or common or
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or BOG ATA
BY COMPTBOI _
5*11. 11. & REVISED STATUTES.
balances with other banks. Including reserve
balance, and cash Items In process of collection
United States Government obligations, direct and
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
Other bonds, notes, and debentures
Corporate stocks (including $3,000.00 stock of Federal
1-oans ami discounts (lncluning $2,727.27 overdrafts )
Bank premises owned $1,000.00, furniture and
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
Deposit's cf United States Government (including
Deposits cf States and political subdivisions
Othei deposits (certified and cashier’s checks, etc.)
TOTAL DEPOSITS $992,217.42
(a) Common stock, total par $
Reserves (and retirement aeeoont for preferred
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
TOTAL LIABILITIES & CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
1. How much did you pay for
2. How much is your home
Property values may have
changed drastically the last few
years because of inflation and
climbing construction costs.
Your home may have doubled
in value since you bought it! Do
you have full insurance to cover
its PRESENT worth? If not,
you stand to lose plenty.
Let us check your insurance
protectior* with you. No cost or
obligation. Just Call ME2 5711
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
ME 2-5711 BOG ATA
Mr and Mrs
received word his little nephew
4 year old Randy Moore, ,of Ft
Wprth, had swallowed a peanut
and it hung in his windpipe, al
most chokeing him to death. He
is in a Ft Worth hospital.
Roger Hanson visited Mr and
Mrs K O Shoulders and Mrs
Belle Calender Thursday eve.
Mr and Mrs I lemma Meuldm
Clara and Vivian, visited Mrs
Mauldin's sister, Mr and Mrs
lev Know lcs, of Cuthand, Sun
Mrs Jim Childers attended the
Clarksville Council of the WHD
C lub Wednesday. She gave a
demonstration of remodeling
/ nets pledged or assigned to secore liabilities and
for other purposes
Archie McBKd. Loans to farmers directly guaranteed and redeem.
able on demand by the Commodity Credit Cor.
poiation, and certificates of interest representing
TOTAL AMOUNT OF LOANS, CERTIFICATES
OF INTEREST AND OBLIGATIONS, OR POR.
TIONS THEREOF (listed above), which arc fully
backed or insured by agencies of the United States
Government (other than "United States Govern,
ment obligations, direct and guaranteed ')
Tote' amount of loans, certificates of interest and
obligations, or portions thereof, which are fullv
hacked or insured by agencies of the United States
Government (other than "United States Govern,
ment obligations, direct and guaranteed")
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Recently discharged from Bad
River hospital were Meek Bril.
Rt 1. sad Charles Moore of Bo
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Weekend visitors *n the home
ol Mr and Mrs Oscar Legate
and Mrs R L Wright were Mr
and Mrs Bob Marden, Mr and
Mrs M R Hilliard and ■«"**! of
Mr and Mrs Roger Fortner
and Eddie, of Ft Worth were
weekend guests of Mr 'and Mr*-
Marcus Gibson, Mr and M*-g P
E Fortner and other relatives
Mr and Mrs Frank Scott of
Dallas spent Friday evening ir
the home of Mr and Mrs Britt
Week end visitors of Mr and
Mrs Otis Porterfield were Mr
and Mrs J L Hutchings of Nash
Mr and Mrs Ben Ward were
guests of their son, Lindsey
Ward and family, and their dau
titter. Mrs Lucille Kokernott
and daughters at Longview,
from Friday till Sunday.
Mr* T L \ Bryson
M- -d Ml» N A
week end, and Mpt Ft R
relf . In Clarksville.
Mr and Mrs Clark Co*
dfht of her brother end
Mr aild Mm-Ben Craven.
Mr and Mrs Billy Alien Leg
gett and Mr and Mrs H E Bry
son spent last week end at Lake
Ouehlta In Arkaneae an a Hell
Mr and Mrs Ray Legate and
children of Dallas are visiting
Mr and Mrs Uuric
Flat or Gravel Beds
USED CAR PARTS
Buy, Sell or Trade
Most Anything Of Value!
J. D. 8 K A O O 8
Mr and Mrs Lee Bailey from
Albion, Texas, visited Mr and
Mrs Jim Garrett Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Jim Grant Gar
lett visited Mr and Mrs Jim
Garrett Saturday night.
Mrs Margaret Kidd and daugh
tev, Mrs Hershel Powers, left
Sunday for Galveston, .where
Mrs Powers is to undergo med
leal treatment at John Sealey
Mi and Mrs Don Childers and
children of Dallas spent the
weekend with his parents and
I sister, Mr and Mrs Jim Childers
! s lid Melba, and her father, Mr
R T Cotton, of Pattonville.
TOO LITE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT: 2 or 3 room apart
ments. See Jodie Craddock.
B06ATA MHEMHT CO
T. LENOX HUDSON, Cashier of the above named bank, do
solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of
knowledge and belief.
(s) LENOX HUDSON. Cashier.
Correct.Attest: W. D. HARVEY,
SAM BARNARD, Directors.
STATE OF TEXAS, County of RED RIVER, ss:
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 17th day of March.
1959, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of
(SEAL) L L. LAWSON, Notary Public.
My - commission expires June 1, 1959.
Published in The Bogata Tribune March 19, 1959.
go it out a66ariment
of new! .AjaAAtiujh?
eSBetlllJtjul' hpAtlUJ CO (07 A |o3
COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER
HOOKER'S VARIETY STORE
Mr and Mrs Lewis Clark and
Reha of Paris, visited her moth
er, Mrs Rosco Lampard, Monday
Mr and Mrs Frank McCiary
of Terrell, spent Sunday y'rtli
Mr and Mrs Gordon Allen and
Mrs D L Sorrels.
Mrs Anna Griffis returned
home Sunday night from Tyler
and Paris after visiting relatives
Mrs Joe Choate, teacher in
Texarkana schools, spent the
week end at her home in Bogata
Mrs W S Cody was in Pecan
Gap Thursday to attend the
funeral of her uncle, O L Scott.
Mi and Mrs Roger Wilkinson
01 Alhuqueroue, N. Mex., and
their daughter, Mrs John White
and Cindy _pf San Angelo, are
visiting Mr and Mrs Sam Fergu
son, Mr and Mrs’ Buck Smiley,
Mrs Lizzie McDavid and the
Wilkinson families here.
Mrs John Forester is in Dallas
Mr and Mrs John D Vaughan
of Dallas spent last week end
with his parents, Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs Harold Cody of
Dallas were week end guests of
his parents, Mr and Mrs W S
TREAT YOUR HONE TO
This spring give each room in your heme a
treat -- a fresh coat of paint.
For the right paint in the right color, see
BOGATA LUMBER CO.
IT'S ALL HERE!
AT TROUTT'S FURNITURE!
All the beautiful new furniture we purchas-
ed at the January Furniture Market. So we
are loaded for the most discriminating custo-
mers; and at prices you just can’t believe. So
Ladies Beware - If you can beat our prices
then Jijst remember you can’t get nothing for
nothing, but nothing!
Big 7 piece I>inctt Suits in either chrome or
bronze, regular $119.95 ONLY $89.95! Also 5
piece sets regular $69.95 ONLY $49.95!
Sofa beds or Den Couches ONLY $59.95!
One to fit any occasion; 3 piece sectional, hide
a bed or 2 piece living room suits, lied room
suits in 2, 3 or. 4 pieces. Look at the tug, take
10 PERCENT OFF and its yours!
Innorspring mattresses and box springs to
match; buy both, then take off $20.00 for your
old mattress and spring! Refrigerators, wash-
ers, ranges; anything in the appliance depart-
ment; we dare you to beat it! Price or quality!
Occassional chairs, tables, book eases and
desks! Como see for vourself - all at TROUTT
FURNITURE in Bogata!
NOW LOOK AT THIS .
Here is another TROUTT FURNITURE
special. NO! It’s not an “April' Fool” stunt!
It’s Real! Saturday, April 2nd we will give
away absolutely FREE a $139.95 foam mat-
tress and box springs! We will draw a name
and if it is yours you WAN, and you don’t
have to lie present to win! All you gotta do is
just buy it at Troutt’s and you are automati-
cally a winner. You will receive a ticket with
each dollar purchase or payment on account.
Put your name on it and drop it in'the pot. If
your name is drawn we will deliver your
$139.95 foam rubber mattress and box springs
No jingles to write; no box tops to cut out; Just
come by TROUTT'S FURNITURE In Bogati whore
you always get courteous service, monev saving
values, easy terms, free delivery and not one dime
interest or carrying charges;, Also, we trade for
your old furniture! *
TT-S A TREAT TO TRADE AT TROUTT-SI
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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/m1/4/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.