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The Bogata News
The One Newspaper in the World Most Interested In Bogata
BOGATA, RED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1967
ZIP CODE NO. 75417
Woodle Dead Of
Jim Woodle, 79, Rt. 2, Bogata,
who left home about 8 a. m. Fri-
day, was found dead of an appar-
ent heart attack around 5 p. m.,
in the woods seven miles south
of Bogata, near Sulphur River.
The Red River County sheriff’s
office investigated, Justice of the
Peace Lucian Reed at Clarksville
attributing the man’s death to a
The funeral, Sunday at 2 p. m.,
was held at Bogata First Baptist
Church, Bogata Funeral Home
making burial in McCrury Ceme-
tery. The pastor, Rev. James
Barnes, and Rev. Johnny Maitin
Pallbearers were Pleas Turner,
Charlie Lewis, Robert Lewis,
Britt Lassiter, Hollis Mathena,
and Joe Ford.
Surviving are Mrs. Woodle,
the former Ima Lee Chance, who
married Mr. Woodle at Blair,
Oct. 30, 1909; six children: Her-
man Woodle of Winnsboro, Paul
Woodle of Tyler, James and Law-
rence Woodle of Gladewater,
Miss Mabel Woodle and Mrs.
Evelyn Stillwell of Bogata;
Also 17 grandchildren; eight
sisters and brothers: Mrs. Mollie
Hubbard of Wewoka, Okla., Mrs.
Rose Thompson and Mrs. Anna
Setzer of Norman, Okla., Miss
Lettie Woodle and Hobert Wood-
le of Clarksville, John and Lee
Woodle of Dallas, and Floyd
Woodle of Texarkana;
A ' step-brother. Bill Kingvvell
of New Boston, and a step-sister,
Miss Minnie Kingwell of Clarks-
The Rivercrest Rebelettes won
their fourth victory of the sea-
son here Friday night, downing
Avinger, 40-36. The Avinger
boys downed the Rebels, 46-40.
Lana Sloan scored 28 points to
pace ■ the Rivercrest girls and
Glenna Grayson had 12 points.
Charlotte Holland hit 22 points
Amis Brown was high scorer
for the Rebels with 16 points
and Cory Minter had 14 points.
The Rebel A team of River-
crest has played four games. Ed-
die Williams was the outstanding
defensive player in the Avinger
game, Coach Wood said, and the
team showed lots of signs of im-
provement. This week end they
will play in the Mt. Pleasant
Tournament, playing Greenville
at 2 o’clock Thursday.
In regular meeting of Bogata
Volunteer Fire Department Mon-
day night, Don Roach was re-
elected Fire Chief. Charlie Lew-
is was elected Chief of Company
No. 1, and Roy Lee Hutson,
Chief of Company No. 2.
Latest action of the Fire De-
partment up to Tuesday after-
noon was a Saturday night call
to aid in search for a missing
youth in the Talco area.
A spokesman for the Depart-
ment expressed thanks to Amos
Willson and A. D. Stephenson,
whose names have been added
to a list of donors to the new
fire truck .fund. Any donation
will be appreciated, the fireman
Found In Woods
Jim Mockery, a Henderson Jr.
College student from Richardson,
became lost in Sulphur bottom
.Saturday when he went hunting
and was unable to find his way
out of the woods. ,
Mackery, who suffers from
right blindness, became frighten-
ed when it got dark and sat by
a tree waiting for help.
Billie Miller, Dwight Harty of
Talco and a cousin of Harty’s
found Mackery and led him back
to the search party which was
called out when the boy failed to
return to the pickup, where he
had left the others in the hunt-
Members of the Talco, Bogata
and Mt. Pleasant fire depart-
ments, with Boy Scouts and
others searched the woods until
about 10:30 when the boy was
Mackery was visiting with Or-
bin Smith III for the Thanksgiv-
ing holidays at the Ed Hord farm
north of Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. McCall Dies
Funeral services were held at
2 p. in. Monday at Cuthand Meth-
odist Church for Mrs. Mary El-
len McCall, almost 83, of Cut-
hand. She died at 4:15 p. m. Sat-
uiday at Red River Haven Nurs-
ing Home after long illness. Rev.
Clay Yeager, Methodist minister
of Bogata, officiated. Bogata
Funeral Home had charge of bur-
ial in Cuthand Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Robert Holt,
Stephen Phifer, Bob McCall, John
Lee Roach, Billy Allums, Bobby
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Em-
mett Crittenden, Mrs. McCall was
born Dec. 21, 1884 in Alabama.
She married Robert S. McCall,
who preceded her in death on
Jan. 8, 1942. Mrs. McCall was a
member of the Methodist Church.
Survivors are two sons,* R. W.
(Skeet) McCall of Cuthand,
James McCall of Ft. Worth; four
brothers, Paul and George Crit-
tenden of Ft. Worth, Archie Crit-
tenden, DeLeon, Emmett Critten-
den of Andrews, and six grand-
Walter Blankenship of Mt. Ver-
non, arrived Saturday to visit his
sister, Mrs. Cora Webster.
Mary Taylor spent Thanksgiv-
ing with her grandmother, Mrs.
J. J. Carroll at Camden.
At Bogata, .6 inches of mois-
ture was received in showers this
week to 7 a. m.Thursday (today).
Ray Ballard of Garland, visited
his father, Claude Ballard and
Mrs. Ballard, Sunday.
Mrs. Jerry McGee of Tulsa,
Okla., spent the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buck
Mrs. Aleene Smith, Mrs. L. A.
Pope, Mrs. Norman Dean Smith
of Ennis, were Saturday guests
of Mrs. Winnie Wright.
Dr. Jack Rodgers of Odessa,
visited his brother, Welch Rod-
gers at Red River Haven Nurs-
ing Home, Saturday. .
Jas. Scott Morris
James Scott Morris, infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Morris,
died Monday at 8:30 p. m. in the
Titus County Memorial Rospital.
He is survived by his parents,
one sister, Tracy Morris, Mt.
Pleasant, grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Ottinger of Hagans-
port and Mrs. Opal Morris, Talco.
Graveside services were held
at t'p. hi. Tuesday in the Hagans-
por$ Cdpietery with Rev. James
‘Jatk Merritt Rites
Hfeld At Houston
Graveside services were held
TuWday for Jack Merritt, age
42, of Houston. Interment was
hi St Houston cemetery.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs.
Julia Etta Merritt, former Julia
Etta Biles, a daughter, Suzi,
age 6 of Houston. His mother,
Mrs. Hasel Merritt of Ft. Worth.
Mr. Merritt was the son-in-law
of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Biles and
brother-in-law of Mrs. James
Austin. — Everybodys talk-
ing about the 1968 governor’s
race, As Of this writing how-
ever, Lt. Gov. Preston Smith is
the only one who has formally
Secretary of State John L. Hill
says he wants to run — and will,
if support “continues to crystal-
Ize.” Adds Hill: “ I know the
political realities are such that
if I am going to run, I ought to
announce sopn, but I don’t want,
to speculate when.”
Uvalde rancher-banker Dolph
Briscoe says he definitely is in-
terested but has reached no firm
Although he hasn’t announced,
former Atty. Gen. Waggoner
Carr made a eandidate-like move
in demanding that U. S. Sen.
Ralph Yarborough, another po-
tential candidate, resign his of-
fice should he enter the gover-
Austin attorney and former
Congressman Joe Kilgore, a close
friend of Gov. J6hn Connally,
says it is unlikely he will be a
candidate but he did not close
Other names have been men-
tioned but no statements have
come from them, pro or con. as
to their interest in the race.
COURT SPEAKS - Millions
of dollars may be added to the
Texas Permanent School Fund
pending outcome of suit by a
San Patricio County man chal-
lenging private ownership of
12.068 acres of South Texas oil
lands, says attorney general’s
department. Walter C. Atchley,
in lawsuit, claims that the state
never deeded away land to oil
operators and is still owner.
Third Court of Civil Appeals
upheld award of $117,456 to a
six-year-old Austin boy whose leg
was cut off by a power mower at
a drive-in theater here.
State Supreme Court in a div-
ided (five to four) decision held
that a San Antonio detective in-
vestigator was dismissed on in-
sufficient grounds, though he
offered for sale a shot gun re-
High court rejected appeal of
an Edinburg man for release
from jail where ho is held on or-
der to pay $17,000 of his Mexi-
can national lottery winnings to
a woman who had purchased 'a
half interest in one of his "lucky”
Supreme Court concluded that
a Travis County district judge
should not have ordered a new
trial of case protesting denial of
a new savings and loan associa-
tion charter in Llano.
Court of Criminal Appeals held
that conviction of a man impris-
oned for 28 years on forgery and
other felony charges' cannot
stand because he did not have
counsel in his 1939 trial.
BOND PROGRAMS — Two
state agencies are busily plan-
ning how best to take advantage
of $275,000,000 worth of authori-
zation voted them by Texas citi-
zens on November 11.
One of the constitutional
amendments revived the Veter-
ans Land Program and authoriz-
ed the issuance of $200,000,000 in
bonds to finance it. Another set
up the Park Development Fund
and provided for the sale of $75,-
000,000 in bonds to finance it.
Veterans Land Board, adminis-
trator of the land program,
bhould be ready to begin its oper-
ations soon after the votes are
formally canvassed on Nov. 28.
No friction is anticipated in this
for two reasons.
First, the old Veterans Land
Program expired only in 1965, so
Land Commissioner Jerry Sad-
ler is experienced in operating it.
Second, there are few complica-
tions to work out— the state
n.erely sells the bonds and ac-
quires the money, then asks for
applications from veterans. Sad-
ler said veterans should locate
tracts they want, then apply for
loans after January 15.
But Parks and Wildlife De-
partment is facing a different
situation. Bond experts met with
department officials last week to
give them a “short course’ on
Neither agency is planning to
sell all the authorized bonds at
once. Land Office is talking
about $25,000,000 to $30,000,000
ir the first issue, and though the
Parks and Wildlife Commission
will have the final say-so, the
most popular figure discussed at
the meeting was $10,000,000.
Land bonds will be 40-year
bonds. Parks bonds are limited
to 10 years, and will be retired
by revenues from entrance fees
to state parks. Both have a 4 Vs
per cent constitutional limit on
the interest the state may pay,
which could complicate their sale.
JOB CORPS PLACEMENTS—
More than 14,000 Texas young
men and women have been em-
ployed by the Job Corps.
Since the program began two
years ago, about 13,000 maid
trainees of Gary Job Corps have
accepted assignments. The Mc-
Kinney Job Corps for girls, which
began screening applicants in
April, already has placed 1,132
LIQUOR BOARD SUSPENDS
AGENTS — Coke Stevenson Jr.,
administrator of Texas Liquor
Control Board, suspended' two
Dallas agents for “remarks”
about board operations, and or-
dered them to a Tuesday, Nov.
28, hearing here.
Action followed distribution of
a circular in the capitol area and
in Dallas criticizing Stevenson
and James E. Dale, Dallas LCB
supervisor. Circular also re-
peated the Baptist General Con-
vention demand for investigation
of the Board. Stevenson called
the publication “malicious slan-
Dallas State Sen. Oscar Mauzy
3aid he is looking into LCB activ-
ities himself following rumors
about alleged wrongdoings.
Mrs. Floy Pierce returned
home Monday after visiting in
Lawton, Okla., and Bellview dur-
Visiting Mrs. Ben Craven
Thanksgiving afternoon were
Mrs. Arthur Pate and daughter,
Mrs. Gordon Green, Joelia and
Debbie of Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wood,
Mrs. T. F. Benningfield visited
in Blossom Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Cox.
Mrs. Jessie Kidd, Mrs. Cora
Webster were week end guests
of the former’s mother, Mrs.
Henry Randall and other rela-
tives in Alma, Ark.
Mr. and Mrs. Merl Whitley of
Houston, were Saturday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wood
With Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Hudson Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Marcus Ward of Ft. Worth,
Mrs. Sam. Taylor Jones and
grandson, Craig Ensley of Paris.
SP/4 Steve Wallace has return-
ed to Fort Lewis, Wash., after
being called here by death of his
grandfather, Jim Woodle, Friday.
Mrs. Iva Hooker returned home
Wednesday by plane from El
Paso to Paris, after two weeks
with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Duncan and family.
Mrs. Albert DeBerry has “a
little white kitten that needs a
home” she said Monday. If in-
terested call 632-5713.
Mrs. Luther Bryson spent from
Tuesday to Sunday night with
her son, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Bry-
son and -family at Mineola.
Mr .and Mrs. Herman Moore
of El Paso, visited their mothers,
Mrs. G. C. Moore in Bogata, Mrs.
C. C. Kirk in Dallas, during the
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Benham
were in Mt. Pleasant Nov. 20 to
attend funeral of hia aunt, Mrs.
Beil Whitten of Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. Roger Charleston, Roger
eLe and Lori of Sulphur Springs,
visited Sunday with her father,
J. C. Setzer, also with Mr. and
Mrs. Jess Morris and Sharia.
Melvin Childers of Arlington,
was a week end visitor in home
of his\ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Here to attend the Jim Woodle
funeral and visiting Mr. and Mrs.
H. N. Bryson were Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Bryson, Elipabeth and Pat,
Loyd Scoggins, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Scoggins of Dallas, Mrs.
Eva Lewis of Irving.
Dies At Rosalie
Allen Watkins, dairyman at
Rosalie, died at his home on R2,
Bogata, at 6 p. m. Tuesday after
long ilir.ess. Services were held
al 10 a. m, Thursday (today), at
Bogata Methodist Church, the
pastor, Rev. Clay Yeager, and a
former pastor, Rev. John Streun
cf Van Alstyne, officiating. Bo-
gata Funeral Home had charge
of interment 'in Rosalie Cemetery.
Deceased was a Mason, and Ma-
sonic rites were observed at
graveside. Masons were pall-
Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wat-
kins, Mr. Watkins was born at
Rosalie Feb. 1, 1917. He was
married at Texarkana, Ark., on
Nov. 18, 1950 to Miss Lou Ada
Rose, who survives.
Other survivors are three dau-
ghters, Cindy June, Casey Jean
end Shan Rose Watkins of the
Home; two sisters, Mrs. Earl
Brooks of Victoria, Mrs. Lillie
Emery of Grapevine; six broth-
ers, John Watkins of Dallas, Olen
Watkins of Carrollton, Tom,
Frank, Steve and Jess Watkins
For R. L. Baldwin
Ray L. Baldwin, owner of
Baldwin Tile Co. of Ft. Worth
and husband of the former Sally
Barnard of Talco,# died suddenly
November 22, w+iile on a deer
hunt near San Angelo. Funeral
'service was Friday at Arlington
Heigh'ts Methodist Church in Ft.
Attending the service were
Mrs. Maggie Barnard of Talco,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barnard and
Pam and Guy Smelser,’ Bogata.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Horn
and sons of Arlington, spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Whitten Jr. and family at John-
town, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bain at
With Mrs. Lula Quinton
Thanksgiving Day were Mrs.
Francis Ann Vaughan, Mike
Madelyn and Michelle of Dallas,
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Vaughan of
Mrs. Jess Morris and Sharia
were in Clarksville Tuesday to
visit their father-iti-law and
grandad, O. P. (Dick) Morris,
hospitalized for surgery. His
wife is attending him.
Spending the week end here
with Mrs J. . D. Wilkinson, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Hudson were
John Neil Wilkinson of Long-
view, SP/4 John W. Hudson of
Mr, and Mrs. M. T. Lee and
children left Saturday for their
home in New Orleans, La., after
visiting their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Buck Kidd at Rosalie, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Lee at Fulbright.
„Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hamilton
and son, Steve of Irving, were
Thursday and Friday guests of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Thanksgiving dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mitchell were
Jake Hout of Clarksdale, Miss.,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn White and
Robert, Guy Smelser.
W. B. McAllister Jr. of Vir-
den, 111., called his parents here
Thanksgiving to tell them of his
retirement party at Charleston,
S. C., on Nov. 17, after 20 years
ill the Navy.
With Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mc-
Allister Thanksgiving were Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Simmons, Mrs. Joe
Threadgill of Paris, Mrs. Leon
Hignight of Blossom,
Mrs. Bob Raney and daughter,
Calinda, spent the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. James Humphrey
and Johnny Humphrey at Irving,
Mr. and Mrs. David Miller and
children at Grand Prairie.
With Mrs. Mary Dawson on
Thanksgiving Day were Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson Gates and family of
Shreveport, La. Mrs. Walt Scott
of Dallas, was a Wednesday to
Bill Harbison spent Thanks-
giving with his daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Alaskason and
family at Sherman. Also there
for the holidays was another
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. K.
Griffith and family of Irving.
Mrs. Jess Morris spent the hol-
iday in Carthage, where Mr. Mor-
ris is employed. An enjoyable
afternoon was spent also visiting
Mrs. Kyle Leftwich, formerly of
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Logan
and sons of Mt. Pleasant, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Hood of Annona, vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ben-
ham, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dud-
ley Rogers of Irving, were Satur-
Mr. and Mrs. Newt Bryson vis-
ited her mother, Mrs. M. B. Lee
in McCuistion Hospital, Paris, on
Wednesday night of last week.
Mrs. Bryson also spent Saturday
with her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fennell
had as holiday guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Wayne Bell of Denton,
Mi-, and Mrs. A. W. Harville,
Stan, Kenneth and Allen of
Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gene
Bell and family, Keith Morgan of
Longview, Mrs. Minnie Bell, Tra-
Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Peaden
and children of Garland, spent
the holidays with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sloan, Mr. and
Mrs. Laurel Peaden. Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Sloan and family of
Talco, were Thanksgiving Day
guests in the Sloan home.
With Mr. and Mrs. Dave Maul-
din during holidays were Mr. and
Mrs. Tommy Mauldin and chil-
dren, Mrs. Myrle Carr and chil-
dren of Dallas, Billy Mauldin
and children of Irving, Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Mauldin and chil-
dren of Clarksville, David Emery
and Bobby Wartham Jr., Euless.
Set For Tuesday
The public is reminded of the
annual Christmas parade in Bo-
gata set for 2:30 p. m. next Tues-
day. It is sponsored by Bogata
Chamber of Commerce.
First, second and third place
prizes will be awarded three best
floats picked by local judges.
Individuals, organizations and
others wishing to compete for the
$15, $10 and $5 ptizes are urged
to start preparation.
Rivercrest gym was the scene
for three baskeball games Tues-
day night with Deport teams.
Two unbeaten girls teams collid-
ed, with Rivercrest Rebelettes
coming out on top, 54-46 in a
hard fought battle.
Deport boys B team dropped
the opener to Rivercrest B team
27-18. Woodrow Wilson was
high for- Deport with 15 point3
Collins had 9 for Rivercrest.
In the girls game Rivercrest
won by a score of 54-46. The
Rebelettes led all the way: First
quarter, 17-10; second 31 - 27.
third 43-33, Rhonda Allen and
Patricia Epps had 16 each and
Marilyn Glover 14 for Deport.
Lana Sioan scored 27. Glenna
Grayson, 14 and Hardy 12 for
Depor.t Tigers defeated the
Rebels 6.3-53 in the boys game.
.Joe T. Kelsey was high for De-
port with 37 points and Jimmy
isbell had 15. Corrie Minter led
the Rebs with 18 and A. Brown
Stephen and Sharia Morris re-
turned home Saturday after at-
tending the wedding of their cou-
sin, Roger G. Hawkins to Miss
Suzann Reynolds of Corpus
Christi. The wedding was at
South Bluff Methodist Church in
Corpus Christi and approximate-
ly 200 friends and relatives were
present. The groom is the ne-
phew of Mmes. Irene Pew. Bill
.Ward, Jess Morris and Earl Haw-
kins, who were unable to attend.
Visiting in Crowley with Mr.
and Mrs. John Lee Ragsdill dur-
ing holidays were Mr, and Mrs.
J. E. Ragsdill, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
D. Ragsdill and daughters, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert D. Dickey and
sons of Bogata, Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph L. Freeman and children of
Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rags-
dill, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Rags-
dill and daughter. Miss Eva Bry-
son, Mrs. J. B. Brysor. and chil-
dren of Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs.
Morgan Bryson, Mr. and Mrs.
Don Powell of Burleson.
Miss Brodie BeU
Ends Career In
Miss Brodie Bell of Depart
ends a long time career as a post-
al clerk in the post office at De-
port. She retires effective as at
Nov. 30 this year after 50 yean
handling the mail in Deport.
Miss Bell began her career
back in October, 1917 and has
served under five postmaster,
three Democrats and two Repub-
licans. Democrats were her far-
ther, Sam H. Bell, Clarence H.
Nobles'and the present postmas-
ter, Carlys Denison. Republi-
cans were W. I. (Ike) Lawler am*
T. O. (Pete) Storey. Woodrow
Wilson was president when ah*
began her work and has worked
under each of the • presiednta uw-
ti; the present time.
Miss Brodie worked all but
about six months of her fiftjr
years in the Deport post office
and that period she worked at
December 4 -8
Favorite tamale casserole, sea-
soned brown beans, candied yams
•apples, corn bread, ice cream, Vfc
Turkey A-La-King, mashed
potatoes, English peas, fruit
cookies, hot rolls, Vfe pt. milk.
Roast beef - gravy, seasoned
green beans, green salad.hot rolls,
jellied fruit cup, xk pt. milk.
Ground beef - spaghetti casser-
ole, purple hull peas, cole slaw,
corn bread, sweet rolls, % pt.
Hamburger patties - mustard -
mayonnaise, pinto beans, potato
chips - sliced cheese, lettuce - to-
mato salad, pickles - onions, ic*
cream, Vi pt. milk .
MAYOR WILL REGISTER
VOTERS AT OFFICE
Mayor W. S. Cody announce*
that as, a public service he will
register voters at his office on
North Main Street in Bogata.
You must register to be eligible
to vote next year. This rule ap-
plies to everyone from 21 years
of age up—including those oear
60 years old.
Charles, Rocky and Gary Stog*-
ner of Greenville, spent Wednes-
day night of last week with their-
grandmother, Mrs. Jewel Sin*--
mers. She accompanied them
home for Thanksgiving Day.
Gary and his sister, Kathy, re-
turned home with her Thursday
afternoon for a week end visit.
OPEN A CHECKING
ACCOUNT TODAY r
You are assured that each officer
and director is pledged to main-
tain the high standards of bank-
ing that are so-necessary for con-
tinued progress and development
First National Bank
GAYLORD H. McCLUER,
Chairman of the Board
REBECCA H. HARVEY,
B. A. LEGGETT,
Sr. Vice President
GAYLORD H. McCLUER
REBECCA H. HARVEY
B. A. LEGGETT
MRS. BYRON BLACK
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