The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 22, 1960 Page: 4 of 4
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THE BOGATA NEWS, BOGATA, TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPT. 22, 1M0
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Lynn Buckman has returned
to Dallas and his studies at SMU
for the fall term
Richard Dozier of Dallas, tint-
ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs Mel
eta Dozier. Sunday.
Mrs. Morris Floyd Trirr.m is vis-
iting her parents, Mr and Mrs
E. H Akars at Midland.
Amos Wilson, Jack Couch and
Polk Alsobrook were on jury
duty in Clarksville last week.
W, C. Barnard was here from
Dallas, where he is employed, for
the week end with Mrs. Barnard
A Monday visitor of Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Stubblefield was his
sister, Mrs. E. H. Stark of Paris.
Fred Wilkinson of Tyler, visit
ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Wilkinson, during the week end.
A new street address for M-
Sgt. Geo. R. Smith of Sheppard
AFB, Texas, is 21B Nehls Blvd
Condition of Jim Childers, in
Veterans Hospital at McKinney,
was i mported as improving Mon-
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boggs and
children of Amarillo, were week
end guests of her parents, Mr.
anl Mrs. Tom Beck at Rosalie.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Walker
and children of Greenville, visit-
ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John K. Ford and Joe, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Presley
of Clarksville, visited her mo-
ther. Mrs J. D. Evans and other
relatives during the Week end.
Last Friday night being an open
date, the Bogota Bulldogs saw no
action. They are scheduled to
play Ladnnia there Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Davis re-
ceived word Tuesday that her ley of Sands Sprihgs, Ok., arc
brother-in-law, Joe Penn of Bow-1 spending some time with his mo.
it, had died in a Wichita Falls ther, Mrs. Ida Anderson, while
19 after severa1
Mrs. A H. Chandler and dau-
ghter. Rita Faye of Leggett, Mar-
iha Chandler and Wayne Wilker-
son of Lufkin, spent Sunday with
their mother and grandmother.
Mrs. Lum Fennell.
lister Anderson and son, Stan- ||^ £
In Texas Lakes
employed here. Mr. and Mrs. H.
L. Anedrson of Dallas, were week
end visitors in the Anderson
Mrs. A. C. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Bailey of Dallas, visited
Mr and Mrs. Gus Wims, Mr. and
Mrs W. H Nance of Paris,
spent Saturday night with her
mother, Mrs. May Bell, and ac-
companied her to Rugby Sunday
to visit their daughter and sister,
Mrs Earl Grogan and Lloyd.
Mrs. Charlie Wilson accompan-
ied by Mrs. Tad Berrvhill of
Carl Wims during the week Hugo, and Mrs. Jim Ford of Par
| is, visited their mother, Mrs. May
1 j Davis and their sister. Mrs. Orea-
Plea^ Turner, Mr. and Mrs. F 1 da Farris at Lubbock, last week.
L. Branson and Dereca Joel -
Choate were in Hot Springs, A.rk.,' Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jeffus of
Sunday to visit Mrs. Turner, there Leary, visited her sisters, Mrs
for treatment. ' , Vannic Seaman and Miss Jodie
——— j Craddock, Wednesday and Thurs-
Miss Nelda Jones, Mr. and Mrs. day Miss Dixie Seaman of Dal-
Milton Bailey of Dal.as, Mr. and las. visited in the Seaman home
Mrs Carl Wims of Bopata, visitet also
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Jones, over, ---
the week end, Mr and Mrs. R. J Borwell of
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Troutt were
in Corpus Christi Sunday and
Monday, where she attended the
fall meeting of the Executive
Board of Women’s Auxiliary of
the Texas Dental Association.
Mrs. Troutt is president of the
Mr and Mrs. Raymond Townes
and son of Fort Worth, visited.
Mrs. Des-sie Bratton 7last week
end. With her guests, Mrs. Strat-
ton visited Mr. and Mrs Justin
Rodgers at Clarksville and Mr.
and Mrs. John Thomas Townes
at Aiken Qrove.
Alcorn Claims New Law On Disc
Jockeys Offers Little Public Relief
—— Lincoln, Nebr., and Louis Bush-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Siddens of houser of Omaha, Nebt., returned
Odessa, loft Tuesday after spend- [ to their hemes Wednesday aftei
■ng several days with his brother, j n visit with their sister, Mrs.
D Siddens and family and | Lum Fennell,, and other relatives
Nancy Wadlington has return-
and is enrolled
Jimmy Weisinger of Ft. Sill.
Ok., spent the week end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Weis-
Miss Edie Forester and Mrs.
Mon Ward visited Mr. and Mrs.
Reecie Cast os at Idabcl. Ok.. Sat-
Mra. T. T. Kinsey has moved
from the garage apartment on her Mr and Mrv Fred Herner ac
property to her house at 10T Third Compamed their daughter. Mrs.
Bucol Cook and Kathleen of Dal
Rev. and Mrs A. I. Bond, Mr.
ed to Oklahoma after visiting her‘and Mrs G. G. Garmon who
grandmother, Mrs. W. R. Bishop,. spent last week end at Sentinel,
Friday visitors in
Ward home were Mrs
Ward of Mt. Pleasant, Mrs Eva
Anderson of Annona, Mrs. Johns-
ton of Mena. Ark.
Oklahoma Ok., with a brother, Will Bond
and Mrs. Bond, were met there
by a cousin, Anderson Bond of
the Mon Lone Wolf.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole and
daughter, Darlene, of Houston,
Mrs. Floyd Bell returned home
Saturday after spending last
week at Brownsville, where she
Utcnrted the WHD State Meet
Mrs. Jo Gibbs of Midway, Mrs.
Fred Ramsey of 31ossom, Mrs.
Arthur Skeen of Paris, and Mrs.
Wells Johnson of Reno, also at-
tended the convention: The la-
dies took a chartered bus from
Mr ar.d Mrs. Ocit Barnard
spent the week end at Lake Tex-
ama, where they were joined by
las. on a week end trip to Cor-
pus Christi recently.
Mrs Claude E.
jed on Okinawa
— I where she joined her husband,
Mra. E?n Ward is ir. Dallas to c.apt Reynolds, on militarv duty
attend her brother. Pete Darnell. ,hl?re for 30 months
who uneirwent surgery there
Lisa Alsobrook spi rt last week
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Barney Alsobrook, while
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Williams Jr. moved from Wolfe
City to Henderson, where he will
be employed on a construction
job The Williams spent the
week end is the Alsobrook and
Mr. and Mrs E. L Williams Sr
Editor’s note: Alcorn Al-
corn, philosopher on his
Johnson grass farm on Sul-
phur, discusses popular mu-
sic this week Wc guess
that what he’s doing.
Dear Editar: With the world
fraught with danger, I feel sort
of guilty thinking about some-
thing frivolous, but if Congress
can do it, I guess I can too.
What I’m talking bout is a new
bill passed by the last session of
Congress and just signed by Pres-
ident Eisenhower making it
over the air.
When I first read this article
hurriedly. I thought it meant it
was now against the law to play
some of these so-called popular
records over the air and I thought
A daughter, weighing 7 lbs and
13 ozs, was born Sept. 19 to Mr.
_________ _________ and Mrs. Joe Ferrell Hobbs of
are spending several weeks here i ft. Worth in a hospital there. The
with her parents. Mr and Mrs.1 young lady has been named Kath-
Loyd Cawley. Ralph Cawley of e«-,ne Ferrell and is the grand-
Dallas and Bogata also spent the, daughter of Mrs Milton Adams
week end here. I of Ft Worth and Mr. end Mrs.
_ G. R. Oliphmt of Houston, and
Visitors in the J B Sistnmk 1 -’raoddaughtcr of Mrs John
Kr £ *£ i
trunk and son. Ralph of Welling-
ton. Kans., Miss Delois Sistrunk
of Wichita. Kans.
Hobbs of Kali sboro.
I Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Whitten
visited Mi. and Mrs. J**rs Watkins
Mr and Mrs. H. A Head of Mr and Mrs G,en Whitten. Mr,
Dallas, wore Sunday mpht vis- K„,ma Guess Mrs Ethel Whitten,
‘tors in the Archie McBride home a,| at Bogata, Monday
at McCrurv i -
- Hugh Riley Forester. who
Miss Che«s Rollins had as Sun- , .ach<* ,n the Dallas schools,
day visitors her n:ece. Mrs John spcnt tho end wlth his par-
I- Starks. Mr Starks and ch I- ,.nt!( Mr and Mr, M A Forester
dren of Paris ^and Mis' Billie Forester.
McCrury Baptist Sunday schoo’ I Mr. and Mrs. John David Lati-
honored Mrs. Roger D Hanson j ,ner, Linda and Jeffery of Arling-
with a bridal shower
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reed of Oak-
ville, Conn, are visiting her par-
ent*. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bell and
Leon, this week.
Lonnie Brown has returned to
Dallas after a three months visit
with his mother, Mrs. Austin Pet-
tit and family.
ton. spent Saturday night and
Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
Frank Tyer and Mr. Tver
Mi and Mrs. W. L. Huddleston
of Dallas, spent from Wednesday
until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Huddleston and children,
and in the E. L. Huddleston home.
M-. and Mrs. Otto Clavton of
El Paso, spent sescral days last
week with her brother,
Hill and Mrs. Hill.
Mr and Mrs. R. A Morns of
Pittsburg, were Wednesday and
Thursday guests of her son. H. G.
Pierre and family. Diann Pierce
arrr rupanied them home for a
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Woodle spent
several davs last week at McCra-
ry, where they did some repair
work on their home
Mr. and Mrs Fred Hort.er were
in Detroit Wednesday of last
week to visit her sister, Mrs. T.
L. Guest and Mr Guest
Major and Mrs A. D. Stephen-
son and son, Mark, left Tuesday
for their home in Tampa, Fla,
after visiting her mother. Mrs. T.
T. Kinsey: his father, Dtss Ste-
phenson ard other relatives.
For All Your
• Fishing Tackle
• Seal Beam Lights
• Thermos Jugs
• lee Chests
• Water Cans
• rhhlm License
• ■—tliii License
Mr and Mrs B. Chesshire had
as visitors last week the'r daugh-
ter, Mrs. Harold Mann. Mr. Mann
and children of Wilmington Dei.
Mrs. Mann is the former Miss
Thurline Chesshire, a ‘46 gradu-
ate of Bogata High Sch:ol.
Week end visitors in the Mrs
W R Humphreys home was her
son, William Humphreys and
tnmily of Dallas. Visiting Mrs.
_ Humphreys last week were Mr.
. and Mrs. C. G. Thacker of Clarks.
Lrs. Bertha Murohy returned vjlle and Buford Humphreys,
horn" Satuiday after spending Mrs Humphreys was a Tuescay
two w-ccks at Marshall with Mr.*, dinner guest of her niece. Mrs.
Rose Lee and visiting her daugh- jt.„ Morris, and visit, d Mrs
ter, Mrs H B. Hol ngsworth, Lucy Bartlett, Wednesday.
Mr Hollingsworth ar.d children __
at Alexandria. La , Mr and Mrs. Pete Darnell and
Mr and Mrs. James Carpenter
Robert Lewis, employed at Ft. and Karen of Dal'as, soem the
Worth, spent the week end with week end at the Carpenter place
h's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy near Hal. sboro. Mr. Darnell, who
T<rwis, ard brother, Charlie. Mrs. has been ill several weeks entered
Jctlla Lewis of Deport, and Mrs ja Dallas hospital Sunday and is
Sad’e Lee of Paris, were Sunday scheduled to undergo surgery-
visitors in the Lew is home. I the middle of the week. Hi* sis-
■ | ter, Mrs. Jess Kilgore, left TAies-
Bob Holder, son of Mr. and day for Dallas to attend him.
Mrs. Sam Holder of Rosalie, hasj
enrolled as a Junior at the Uni-11*I.«o4- TWfincr
versitv of Houston after visiting I 8 ICBIIIIJC
his parents. Another sor. of th“jOll <1 Test R03Q
Holders. Sammy, is a student at
the University of Texas dental i Oklahoma City.—Highway pat-
school Both are graduates of rolman Bill Lancaster stopped a
Bogata High School motorist going 80 miles an hour at
_____ night, far over the legal limit.
Mr*. Murl Clipper of Euras. i The stretch happened to bo a
La., writes Mr. and Mrs. Mon ! “test road” 'or two types of sur-
Ward that she and her family 'facing and was so labeled,
suffered no damages from Hurri-1 When Lancaster asked the fam-
eane Ethel. The Clippers were 'liar question, ’’Why are you driv-
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Ter-.jn8 s0 fast,’ the motorist replied
ry Dupre and family at Houma. | “It's a test road, isn't it""
Austin. — The “turnover” of
lakes means the mixing of water
in lakes, according to the assist
ant director of Inland Fisheries.
Texas Game and Fish Commis-
sion. “This mixing is brought
about by the cooling of the wat-
er in lakes during the late fall
of the year.”
In the early summer or late
spring three distinct layers of
water form in the larger lakes
and in some of the smaller lakes
of Texas. The upper layer is
called the Epilimnion, the mid-
dle layer is the Thermocline, and
the lower layer is the Hypolim-
ninon. The top layer becomes
warmed by the sun and since
warm water is light, tends to re-
main at the surface. In the mid-
dle layer there is a rapid de-
crease in temperature in a down-
ward direction. The lower layer
remains cool and because cold
water is heavy, tends to remain
at the bottom of the lake.
In late spring or early sum-
mer, the top layer is relatively
thin. As the sun’s rays heat the
water, this layer becomes thicker
and extends itself deeper until,
in some of our deeper lakes, it
may be as much as 60 feet thick
in late summer.
The lower layer becomes a
“biological desert” in which
there is very little or no oxygen
and only anaerobic bacteria can
survive. The wind continues to
circulate the top layer but, be-
cause it is light water, it fails
to mix with the lower heavier
water in the Thermocline and in
the bottom layer. This causes
the bottom layer of water to be-
come stagnant and to contain men’s education, I’d see to it that
odoriferous decomposition gases,, everyone of them was given
toxic to fish. •*—!-' -
As cool, fall weather moves in,
the upper water is cooled, be-
ccmpany doesn't pay you some-
thing extra to do it.
This is not what I call pro-
gress. I didn’t think the crime
was in taking money for playing
them, I thought the crime was in
playing them in the firrt place,
but that’s not the way Congress
voted. You can still get off
scott-free for playing them, pro-
vided you do it for nothing.
Congress missed the boat. What
it needs is a bill making it
against the law to put a nickel
in a juke box if what’s going to
against the federal law- for a radio come out comes out, if you fol-
disc jockey to accept urdercove. l low me. On the radio, you can
pay to play a phonograph record turn the thing off while the gui-
tar player hollers for his lpU
love, but in a cafe, you’re stuck.
On the other hand, a lot of peo-
ple must like thes? records, and
who am I to disagree with them?
I den't know any more about mu-
well, now, Congress is making sic than I do foreign affairs All
progress, but when I read it
closely I discovered it’s still per-
fectly all right to play the things,
jgst so the iTcord-maker or the
song-writer or the publishing
1 know is tnat if I was a disc
jockey, I d sure want some extra
money to play gome of that mu-
sic over and over, day after day.
vrurs faithfully, A. A.
Would Add Other
A woman relative of this editor
who has a Masters degree and has
taught school and taught student
teachers h>vz to teach all her
adult life, now retired, wrote us
about a real estate problem. She
"If I had my way about wo-
training in the things that they
really need to know typing, sim-
ple bookkeeping, banking, invest-
to a | ments. the handling of real estate.
settles, mix- income tax. etc
comes heavier, and settles
lower level. As it settles.......
is "nzz '?:„?ri±L"rdL-w«r,rr „■
they really need unless they hap-
and were unable to return
home on schedule because of^ttic
Mrs. Norn Everhart returned
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Robinson and]home Saturday after visiting her!
Burl have moved to the house on : children, E. E. Billington at sponsor.
Clarksville street purchased re- Bridgeport, and Mrs. E. vV. Law-
certlv from Dr. and Mrs. Roy'yer and family at Ft. Worth, for
Grayson. Mrs. Iva Hooker bought ia week She was accompanied
the Robinson house and it will be I home by Mrs. Lawyer and son,
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jimmy. Mrs. Everhart under-
Edwards. moving here from Ful-Jwent eye treatment while in Fort
bright, and Miss Mattie Chesshir. Worth.
THE LONGEST WORD
The longest word in the English
language is the one which follows
“And now a word from our
the bototm layer commences
Once more, the w inds churn the
water and assist this mixing
Soon, the three layers are one
ard the temperature is fairly
uniform from bottom to the top
of the lake.
The odor noticeable in the
taili aces below- dams is caused
by the drawoff of water from the
lower levels of the lakes.
B> early winter, the lakes have
TWO YEARS FOR ONE
pen to elect specialized courses
in business, homemaking, and
child care The same goes for
"We are entitled to the best
that we can get in the liberal arts
colleges, but these other things
should be given in high school
and in college. They are as essen-
tial as Sunday School and train-
ing in the three “KV and every
rhild is entitled to them Well,
that’s out of my system at last’
Think I’d better get a soap box
and crusade "
Letter to a Boston paper "Dear
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you trouble, you may apply it to | >t over 600 m.p.h. ate lunch in
j New York He then flew back
to Dallas in time for supper
! where he met his family who
drove him back to Pittsburg.—
my next year's subscription.’
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The judge reproved a man for
making unnecessary nois- in the
courtroom. The man replied,
"Your honor, I have lost mv over-
coat and am trying to find it.”
“W< II sir,” said the judge,
“people often lose whole suits in
here without making as much
disturbance as you are making.”
PROBABLY DONE NOTHING
The personnel manager turned
to the young man socking a job.
"Tell me,” lie said, “what have
“Me”" answered the startled
applicant. “About what?”
Sign in Chicago
“Since you cannot tefrain from
drinking, why not start a saloon
in your own home? Be the only
customer and you will not have to
buy a license.
Give your wife $35 to buy a
case of whiskey. There are 240
drinks in a case. Buy all your
drinks from your wife at 60 cents
a drink in 12 days (when the case
is gone) your wife will have $89
to put in the bank and $35 to buy
If you live ten years and con-
tinue to buy all your whiskey
from your wife and then die in
\our boots, your w idow will have
S27.085 47 on deposit . . . enough
to bring up your children, pay
off the mortgage on the house,
marry a d'-eent man and forget
she ever km w j bum like you.”
Dr. Wm. B. Miesch
In Clarksville—Mondsy. Tues-
day. Wednesday. Saturday.
In DeKalb — Thursday and
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