The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, April 10, 1959 Page: 4 of 4
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THE BOGATA NEWS, BOG AT A, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL It, lW
% lCKS. WALTER PETTIT
TELEPHONE ME 3-5322
T. Q. Young is a patient in a
Mrs. Laura Stephenson is re-
ported ill this week.
. Mrs. Paul Griffin of Dellas, is
spending this week in Bogata.
Mrs. Bud Mauldin was report-
ed ill at her home in Rosalie last
Mrs. G. B. Leftwich of Taleo.
visited Mrs. W H Whitten last
H. Luther Howison of Liberty,
Is visiting his mother, Mrs. J. W.
Gaston Puckett is a patient in
a Dallas hospital, suffering a
Mrs. Edgar Stewart was im-
proved Tuesday after several
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Green vis-
ited Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bart-
lett at Deport, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Fussell of
■feasant, were recent visitors of
Wtr- and Mrs J. Province.
Bogata Seniors were in Mt.
Pleasant Wednesday to have
pvduation pictures mkde.
Mrs. L. C. Hawkes has been
visiting in Amarillo with her son,
John Paul Hawkes and family.
Mrs. L. G. Farris and sons of
GUmer, visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Wilkinson, Sunday
Mrs Iva Hooker returned home
Wednesday after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. F. R. Lipscomb and children
Walter Robinson of Paris, was
a Wednesday night guest of his
son, Jim Robinson, Mrs. Robin-
son and Burl. -
Mr. and Mrs. Picas Turner and
Dercca Jo Choate were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eaton
at Mt. Vernon
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Patton and
sons of Odessa, are visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Patton at Rosalie.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tipping of
Cuthand, are visiting their dau-
ghter at Hooks while their home
is being repaired.
Mrs. Iva Hooker is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. F. R. Lipscomb,
Mr. Lipscomb and children at
Beaumont this week.
Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Stephenson
of Galena Park, left Tuesday af
Mrs. Kenneth Logan and son,
Ricky Don of Mt. Pleasant, were
ter several days with their mo- Tuesday guests of her parents,
thers, Mrs. Laura
Mrs. Ida Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs Horace Benham!
and Jerry; her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Hood.
Mrs. Phillip Dunklin of Tex-
arkana, visited h^r mother, Mrs.
M. B Peyton, during the week
end. Dr. Jack Povton of Dallas,
spent Fr.day night with his mo-
Bob Marden, Church of Christ
minister, and Mrs. Marden mov-
ed last week end from Grapevine
to the newly constructed parson-
age near the church in South Bo-
Suffering a back injury while
at work on a construction job
week before last, Leon Province
is hospitalized a* Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. 'Dior of Ft
Worth, were week end guests of
her brother, Ben Ray and Mrs.
Mrs Joe Jones has been visit-
ing her daughter Mrs. Beecham
Gill and Mr. Gill at Grand Prai-
Mr. and Mrs W D. Harvey arc
attending a national cotton con-
vention in Las Vegas, Nev., this
Carl Winn returns to his job
in Dallas this week after a three
weeks' layoff with a back ail-
Mr. and Mrs Walter King had
as recent visitors tneir son. Rob-
ert E. King, Mrs King and sons
Nancy and Mi.rgaret Wilker-
son, daughters of Mr. and Mrs
Lewis Wilkerson, arc reported ill
Mrs. Bill Thornton and daugh-
ters visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Thornton at Rugby, and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Seals at Paris, Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Damron
of Bogata. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt
Taylor of Taleo, enjoyed an out-
ing at Beavers Bend. Ok.. Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Jeffus and
daughter, Marsha of Leary, were
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Vannie
Seaman and Miss Jodie Crad-
Phone: ME 2-5614
J. M. Grant James Grant
Mrs. Ora Harnett of Grand
Prairie, spent the week end in
the home of her brother, Elmer
Pettit and Mrs Pettit.
Mack Barnard returned Friday
night to his home at Cuthand from
Dallas, where he had been under-
going medical treatment.
Mrs. Arra Wilson is visiting
her sisters, Mrs. Charlie Taylor
at Buckner, Ark., and Mrs. A. B.
Elmore at Magnolia, Ark
Archie McBride of McCrury,
and Joe Ford of Bogata, spent a
day fishing at Lake Crockett,
near Honey Grove, recently.
Mrs. Duane King and son,
Kyle, left Saturday for their
home in El Paso, after a five
weeks’ visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Adams and
Alfred Buster and ‘•on, Charles
of Cedar Hill. Troy Simpson of
Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Jen-
kins and daughters of Tatum, N
M.. wore recent visitors in the
J. N. Lee home.
Fourten Bogata ladies, sponsor-
ed by Bogata Garden Club, were
in Longview April 1 for a tour
of gardens. They were trans-
ported on a school bus, driven
by Gene P-urr.s.
Mrs. Lillie Durham visited Mr.
and Mrs. Willie Leo at Rugby,
Sunday. Other visitors in the
Lee home were Mr. and Mrs.
Basel McNabb of Clarksville, J.
T. McNabb of Garland.
Rodney Pettit spent the week
end in Dallas with Chester Flen-
niken and attended the Cubs-Red
Sox baseball game. Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs William Gill of
Mr. and Mrs. G. M Sulsar and
baby of Dallas, were week one
visitors of their parents, \lr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Sulsar and Mrs.
Margaret Kidd Mrs Sulsar and
Terry Lee remained for a longer
Mrs. Jessie Simmons was in
Taleo Saturday to attend a show
er at Humble Recreation hall,
honoring her grandson, Jerry
Ada. Ok., were Sunday guests of'Simmons and his new bride.
Mrs. W. R Bishop and grand-
daughter, Nancy Wadlington.
former Patricia Barn' tt of
Linda Powers and Debbie
Puckett are two of the numerous
Bogata children ill with chicken-
pox. There has been much ab-
senteeism nt school, due to thh>
disease as well as mumps.
Fugene Hume and son of Sul-
phur Bluff, Mr. and Mrs. Der-
wood Bell and sops of Hender-
son. Mr and Mrs Bill Rich of
Odessa, visited in the E. S. Pal-
mer home during the week end.
^frs. Ruby Swindell and chil-
dren of Paris, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Brock of Kanawha, were Sunday
night visitors in the Doss Smith
home. Monday night guests were
Mrs. Bertha Petty and Mrs. An-
nie G. Anderson of Deport.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hardin
of Kilgore, were week end visit-
ors of his mother, Mrs. R. L. Har-
din. Other Sunday dinner guests
in the Hardin home were Mr. and
Mrs. John Lee. Mr. and Mrs, Ber-
lin Sistrunk. Charles and Rich-
ard. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Couch.
Jackey and Johnny and Mrs.
Enjoying a picnic at Ferguson
Lake, near McCrury. Sundav
Church of Christ
Minister Now In
TEN AND TWENTY YEARS AGO
Condensed from Baek Files of The Bogata News for Dates jgRUoj
Work has been progressing a*
the Church of Christ in Bogata.
The attendance at Bible study on
Sunday morning was 96. The
contribution for the cay wa^
The new house for the preach-
er was recently completed, so
the church will now have a full-
time evangelist. Bob and Betty
Marden have moved to Bogata to
labor with the church and to be
under the oversight of the elders
of the congregation. The church
was happy to see the fruit of its
labor in the construction of the
hous,e. The members wish to
thank everyone who had a part
in the building.
The sermon subject for Sun-
day morning in Bogata is to be
"Some Saved People Who Are
Not Yet in the Church.” This is
to be a lesson on individuals liv-
ing today in a saved condition,
but are not members of any re-
ligion The congregation has ex-
tended a warm welcome for all
to come and be in the morning
and evening services. The
preacher’s phone is ME 2-5506.
Rev. ; nd Mrs. J.
E. Bell of To-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert! night gueMs <>f bis brother. Floyd
Roberts and family. Frank Rob-
erts and family of Fulbright.
Mr. and Mrs. Hvmop Weddle and
children of Blossom. Mrs. Wed-
dle and son.. Jim. also visited her
sister, Mrs. Archi? McBride, Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Childers had
as week end guests their daugh-
Bcll. Mrs. Bell and I.eop. Visit-
ing in the Bell home this week
are Mrs Dervvood Bell and sons
Mrs. Allic Bolton had as recent Eight people were baptized
visitors Mr ar.d Mrs. Mack Sunday evening at Bogata B„p-
Grant of Deport and Mr and Mrs.1 tist Church by the pastor. Rev
Sidney day of Mt. Pleasant |Stanley Nelson A week’s revival’
—---- I at the church, w ith Ray Melton
H. G Pierce spent the week,of Ft Worth bringing the mes-
end with Mrs. Pierre and chil- ‘ages, was concluded March 22
dren in the home of her parents, I --
Mr and Mrs W S Cody and Among these attending the
Janette Griffin-Handlcy rites at Deport
Sunday were Mr and Mrs. Otis I
Porterfield. Bonnie and Connie.
Mr. and Mrs. M B. Handley, Lo-
renzo Handley; the bride's par-
ents. Mr and Mrs. Ross Griffin
W H. Herring and son. Aubrey
of Clarksville, visited the for-
mer's sister. Mrs Forest Webster
and Mi. Webster at McCrury.
Mr. and Mrs Jim Childers and
daughter, Miss Melba, spent the
• Mr. and Mrs Harold Dean Ma-
thena and children of Duncan
Ok . w ere week end guests of his
parents, Mr and Mrs. George
1 Mathena Mrs. Matbena and chil-
'dicn remained for a longer visit
James and children of Grand j with the Mathenas. Mr and Mrs.
Prairie. Also visiting in the 1 Donald Clifton and childten. Mrs.
Childers home Sunday were Mr. j W. W. Kir.g and family. W. B
and Mrs. Bill Svvaim and daugh-; Speir, Miss Myrtle Speir and
ter. Mr. and Mrs C C Morris of other relatives.
Paris, Mrs. Nora AUums and; -
Miss Elizabeth Allums. I Bopalans att.nding Paris Horse
■ i Show and riding in the parade
Mr and Mrs Don W'cks and Saturday were Eldon Chaloner.
son. Ronnie of Arlington, were Sam Barnard and daughter. Pam
wci k end guests of his parents Dr. Jack T. oi tt, Mr ar.d Mr-'
Mr and Mrs. George Wicks 1 Marion Mitch'II. Mr. and Mr-
Sunday night v-itors in the Ni il Una I', Marv Rnzill. Mr
Wicks home we re Mr j nd Mrs.
Lov Wicks of Irving. Mrs Junior
Black and daughter. Nancy of
Ft Worth, Mr. and Mrs Lcnmo
Wicks and daughters of John-
and Mr- Frink II vres. Jesse
Gray Hobby V.a> vy. Graham
How i on. !!..! Hudson. Dolan
Mankiits. Billy Ail« ii Leggett
Mr and Mrs. Bilbe Joe Pavne
and daughters of Dallas. Rennie
and Mrs. Geo.
week end in Dallas w ith their | shows of Jefferson, visited Mr c8«l so the visitors returned
Mr and Mrs. Lov Wicks of
Irving, who spent the week end
and* **'h doin«
and Mrs George Wick. Mr. and ; cha< n, v, n,„r of Dulla,.
Des Wicks, arrived here bv . ^ Clevenger. Sunday
plane While set ,ng the plane; and M,‘ Sh'-npard spent
down at the gin lot north of Bo- v |fn(jk<
gata the landing gear was dam-1 ... , ...
Week of April 8. 1949
A miscellaneous shower at the
home of Mrs. J. A Custleman had
honored Mrs. Doyle Glover, the
former Miss Joyce Story.
Mmes. Sidney Hudson. Sam T.
Jones, Gilbert Huddleston, Ed-
mond Huddleston had been hos-
tesses for a pink and bluo shower
for Mrs. Ike Fennell.
Marvin Jones had purchased
the Magnolia Service Station
from A. B. Butts and assumed
Attending an annual flower
show of Lacey Azalea Gardens
in Longview were Curtis Wil-
kinson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mc-
David, Mrs. Tom Keith, Miss lola
Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Britt
Lassiter. Truman Lassiter. Mrs.
Bill Wilkinson. Mrs. L. C. Mc-
Donald. Miss Mary Lassiter.
Five men receiving highest
votes in a school trustee election
were William Rozell. James Cas-
tleman, Pete Johnson, Cullen
Benson. Raymond Damron. Wal-
ter MoDavid and Morris Trimm
were voting judges.
Marian Gravson, Ruth Whar-
ton and Ruth Grogan were mem-
bers of Mrs Troy C. Thompson’s
Mrs A. I. Bond had been hon-
ored on her birthday by mem-
bers of Francis Branch Commun-
Annua! Red Cross quota of $23
for Bogata colored people had
been collect' d through the school
by Emma Dinvviddic.
Mrs. Mablc Hale, principal at
Johntewn school had accompan-
ied students on an all day outing
New seats were to be con-
structed at Johntown Baptist
W C Kelley was attending
waterworks short course at Mt
Final tabulations of motor ve-
hicle ri'ci<tra*ions 'n R, d River)
County -'bowed 3 874 licenses is-]
,-ued up t • At n1 1. according to,
J A Mlub' P' tty. county tax
Mi< H i/i 1 C F'ati bad died
Sill facing of bl miles ' f farm-
•oevarki t ri .id Is tween Kul-
h' irht and Clai kv. ill,* v as ex-
peet.-d to (_•••! ur.di rvvay the lat-
ter pan of Apia!
\ fivi -roon’ house on the John
Forester fa rn at Morn- Ch: pel
had l*cr. d<strov»d by fire
A B Otilland. 2D. of Blos«om. 1
h: d l«er. kill'd when his ear!
went out of control near Rock- j
A dirniT had honored birth-1
davs >f A. W Golev of Kul-1
bright. Mrs Th itras Alb n of.
Cunningham. Jame, Alvin Allen !
Week of April 7, 1939
Viviene Davis, student at
FTSTC, had won the local Press
Club essay contest and her entry
had been submitted to the State
Intercollegiate Press Association
Dr. Clifford McCain had been
re-elected mayor of Bogata.
Mr. and Mrs. Travis Hale,
teachers at the Pine Branch
school, had announced an all day
recreation meet for April 1.
Boss Suggs and J. H. DeVaney
had been re-named members of
Bogata School Board.
State Highway Department
had issued an order for 530,500
to he spent in asphalting the re-
cently constructed portion of
Highway 271 from Sulphur river
through Taleo to one mile north
of White Oak creek toward Mlf*
Philip Harold Hobbs Jr. was
ill with rheumatic fever.
A daughter, named Dorothy
May. had been l>orn to the Tom
Parks, and a son, ’named Deryl
Edward to the Cecil Stocktons.
C. B. Fllppo of Midway and
Nadine Chesshire of Rugby, had
Mrs. Martha Tuck, 85, of Mc-
Criirv, had died
Mrs. Loyd Kuykendall end in-
fant daughter had died at Bo-
Lei* Woodle of McCrury, had
lost his left arm after it was
badly mangled by an accidental
gunshot wound he received as he
rowed a boat on Grant's lake
near bis home.
Fifteen head of deer had been
placed on a 10.000 acre game
preserve in Sulphur bottom.
Fit Ferguson. 67, and Chas.
Sain of Milton, had died.
Arihur (Peto> Johnson and
Tholna Hume had married.
Marriages during the week
were Earl Sprucll and Lillian
Low -I IV Wright and Lois Ma-
sooti: Arthur (Pete) Jo.inron and
Tlu lma Hume.
Mr- Martha Tuck. 85. Mc-
Cii.rv rt-'idi r-.t. had died at her
Mrs l.ovd Kuvki ndall and in-
fant daughter had died at Bogata.
Fum ml rvic s had been eon-
c' i- n 1 ,.t Milton for Charles
Thomas Paine was the first to
write the words. "United States
of Ann riea "
R* v. Bolen made in- r, iiilarj
son and brother, Don Childers Ben Shows during the [home by ear, returning later for, M’,j'h^dMChurebT' Sundav ''10nal
and family. |wcek end. Also visiting in the
■ Shows home Sundav was Mrs.
Miss Lucy and Bob Igo had as Bennie Shows of Danville. Ky .
Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. wko mndc* the trip via plane to
Earl Nance and son. Gary of Mt Shreveport, La.
Pleasant, Mr. and Mrs. Lem Igo I - -
Mr. and Mrs Gene Reed, Mr. j
and Mrs Buddie King of Ivan- ■
hoe, visited Mr. ard Mrs. John- J
nie Topping and daughters Sun-.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brock of
Dallas, visited her mother, Mrs
Archie Wright, during the week
end Mrs. Wright spent last week
with her children in Dallas.
When In Clarksville
or ML Pleasant
FOR EVERY OCCASION
Mrs. Gordon Allen
Phone ME 2-5521 BOGATA
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Black Jr.
and Nancy of Ft. Worth, visited
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Len-
nie Wicks and daughters, Mr.
and Mrs. Enoch Black at John-
town. ' ,
USE THIS ORDER BLANK
Robert O Damron, stationed in
Jim Stunlev visit d in Hagans-
i Lola Gay Head of Dallas, visit
l«'d in Hagansport Sundav
called home last week after death
of his father, J. W. (Wes) Dam-1
ron, arrived in Bogata at 11 a.) CHANGE IN DOCTORS
m. Friday in time to attend fu-1 The doctor wrs trying to on-
reral rites held that altemoon.1 courage a gloomy patient You re
The serviceman reached Dallas a*, j in no real danger, he said "Why,
6:30 that morning via plane I've had the same complaint my-
With completion of his enlist- self.”
ment near, Damron has been “Yes" the patient
granted a 30 day leave, and will “but you didn’t have
not return to Germany. doctor!"_
Dr. Wm. B. Micsch
In Clarksville—Monday, Tues-
day, Wednerd.iy, Saturday.
In DeKalb — Thursday and
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(5000 GUARANTEE Ik,
•Y OVER 1100 LUMIER DEALERS
Ear fraa In.paiflan, call
Fbone ME 2-5724
Also Complete Roach
Mrs. Raviah Howison, who suf-
fered a fractured knee two
months ago, is abl? to get about
with the aid of crutches, the cast
having been removed last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tyer of
Clarksville, spent Thursday and
Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. i
Frank Tyer. They toured the'
Dogwood Trail at Palestine Fri-
Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord McCluer
and son, Gaylord Lamb of Lub-
bock, left Monday after^a ten
day visit with his mothey, Mrs.
H. C. McCluer, and oth£r rela-
tives. ^ ^
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