The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1967 Page: 2 of 4
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as Second Clasp Matter
November 1, 1911, at the post-
office at Bogata, Texas 7541?..
HOUSE for sale, close
T. T. Kinsey.
$2.50 a Year
In Red River County
$3.50 a Year
When Mailed Elsewhere
No charge is made tor publica-
ttan of notices of church service.
m other public gatherings where
•o admission is charged. Where
goods or wares of any kind are
offered for sale the regular ad
Mortising rates will be applied.
Formal obituaries, cards o
thanks, resolutions of respect anc
poems are published at regula
CARD OF THANKS
To all our readers and advertis-
ers who were so patient and con-
siderate; to all who sent cards and
for their visits and well wishes
while I was in the hospital, we
are very grateful. Wo have done
the best we could under the eir-
eircumstances, and 1 am glad to be
hack on the job. George W. Grant
Lagging R. R. Co.
Voter registration in Red River
Comity is lagging badly, according
To M. H. Hines, Tax Assessor-Col-
lector. With less than a month re-
maining, fewer than 1,100 persons
have qualified to vote. Registra-
tion, which can be done at the Tax
Aaoessor-Collector’s office at the
"Courthouse, is the equivalent of
gayanent of the poll tax in previous
years except that there is no
charge for registration. Persons
®ot exempt by age or other rea-
aons must have a registration to
vote. Poll tax payments have us-
ually exceeded 2.500 in other years.
NEW SHIPMENT throw rugs,
prints, linens and other items. Bo-
gata Variety Store. bl4-e
PASTURE for lease, bermuda an.i
lespedeza, on Highway 271, 2 miles
south Bogat^. Calvin Setzer. bl4p
STRAYED — from my place at
Bogata, 100 lb. listed pig. If found,
call A. T. Blankenship. Telephone
FLOWERS for all occasions. Cal'
Mrs. Gordon Allen, representative
Clarksville Florist. 632-5521 or
AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE —
20% off all bicycles. Open until !>
p. m. Thursdays. Western Autc
SEE US TOR 2x6 inch Center
Match Lumber. Ideal for truck
beds. Also plenty of Peni-trcated
Lumber. Il&B Furniture & Supply.
BUDDY’S MEN’S WEAR, home of
quality merchandise. 130 Main
Street, Phone 427-3155, Clarks-
w none rmauzs
JUST HOW SENSITIVE «C
THEM? NOSES REALLY ARE.
fDR EXAMPLE, WHEN YOU ShAEl
HE PERFUME OF A PASSING GIRL,'*
YOUR HUMAN NOSTRILS ARE REGISTERING *
,< A QUANTITY OF FRAGRANCE SO TINY THAT ^
THE MOST DELICATELY CALIBRATED MAOtlNES^SfM
V—S^CAN’T RECORD IT/
LEE CARPETS and all standard
brands of furniture. All mat-
tresses and box springs halt
price. Slaton Furniture, Clarks-
Of THE REW»|RATC)RY TRACT.
IT FILTERS, WARMS AND MOISTENS
INCOMING Alt ON IIS WAT TO THE LUNGS.
1HEOROID AREA INDICATES WHERE
UNCOINOUAfilE NASAL CONGESTION BEGINS,
Uf SLUING THE BREATHING PROCESS.
(yte YOUR DOCTOR Q
WHEN NASAL CONGESTION BECOMES
MANY DOCTORS NOW PRESCRIBE K
DECONGESTANT LIKE ATRIN,WHICH
CAN GIVE IIP 101?. HOURS OF RELIEF
WITH A SINGLE APPLICATION.
HAY FOR SALK — All kinds —
all fertilized, 60c bale, Bill Woods,
Rt. 2, Bogata. Texas. dbt-tfc
SINGER SEWING Machine Co.,
Sales,, .rentals and expert service
All kinds machines, fabrics and
notions at 36 Clarksville St., Par-
is, Phone SU 4-2234. dbt-tfc
4 Clarksville St. PARIS
Care and Finest
No Appointment Necessary
Pay By Month or Week
FOR SALE — Registered Polled
Hereford bull. See Mac Webb,
phone 652-4182. dbt-tfc
NEED a new pool, land cleared or
other dozer work, see or call Jim-
mie Sparks, Phone 652-5256, De
HOUSE MOVING and levelling;
work guaranteed. Experienced car-
penters. Call Baker, 652-3121 or
Williams, 652-3127, Deport Ex-
change. (Free estimates), dbt-tfc
WHILE IT EASTS!
DuPont Continuous Filament
USUALLY $7.00 SQ. YD.
Now for only $^|95 sq. yd.
Completely Installed with Heavy Foam Pad
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY |
MAN OR WOMAN
Reliable person from this area ^
to service and collect from auto-1
matic dispensers. o experience
needed—we establish accounts for
you. Car, references and $083.01
to $1785.00 cash capital necessary.
4 to 12 hours weekly nets excel
lent monthly income. Full tim:
more. For local interview, write
Eagle Industries, 3054 Wood-
dale Avc. So., Minneapolis, Minn,
No other extensively grown crop
approaches cotton in per-acre in-
Av MRS EARI. GROGAN
Mark Griffin of Paris, spent the
veek end with is grandmother,
Mrs. Aleck Griffin.
Mrs. Emma Wood and Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Alsobrook were guests
Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Franklin of Deport.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Thornton were Mr. and Mrs.
Lltus Denny, and Larry, Mr. and
Vlrs. Carlton Stanley, Kenny and
3usnn and Mrs. Ed Hunt of Bogata.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ford had as
Sunday visitors their son, Gary and
Mrs. Zela Greenway and Odis
Wilson of Paris.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wood
/isited her niece, Mr. and Mrs.
Jorky Whitley and Scottie of Par-
Mrs. John Griffin returned home
rhursdav from a Paris hospital
vhere lie tad been a surgical pa-
• if rctay visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Jess Alsobrook were their
daughter. JMu. and Mrs. J. H. Vau-
'han, Sii’id: and Melissa Jan of
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Westbrock nnd Nelda were
Mr. and Mrs. EiuVy Westbrook
ind baby of Bogata, Octavius
Inlaid Linoleum......Sq. yd. $4.25
• Usually $5.00 Sq. Yd Completely Installed
We measure it, Pad it, Install it, For One Low Price
NO DOWN PAYMENT — 36 MONTHS TO PAY
1ST PAYMENT NOT DUE TIL FEBRUARY 15th
CALL SU 5-3792 FOR FREE ESTIMATES
Williamsburg Shopping Center — PARIS SU 5-3792
Our Services Are Needed
You Happen To Live
We are as near to you as your
. * A / > >
Ab Immediate Call Will Make Available
OUR AD VICK
BOGATA FUNERAL HOME
* «**■*• • ***»*mn'«*«»•*.
Only A Few Days Left Of Our
All Shoes Racked<
Regularly Priced $14.99 to $17.99
Regularly Priced $10.99 to $14.99
Regularly Priced $8.99 to $12.99
Values to $29.95 \
Values $15.99 to $18.99
$9.90 to $14.90
Values $10.99 to $14.99
$6.90 to $10.90
JUSTIN — ACME — FRY
CHILDREN Ruster Brown
Values $5.99, to $9.99
$4.90 to $7.90
ALL SALES FINAL
Bogata WHD Club mat Thurs-
day with Mrs. Jim Garrett as hos-
tess in her home for an all day
meeting and covered dish luncheon.
Nineteen people were present for
The president. Miss Selma Baker
presided during business session
with 12 members and ten visitors
present. “Count Your Blessings
was led by Mrs. Raymond Damron
and the Club prayer repeated in
Visitors were Mmes. Lillie Stev-
ens, Georgia Rozell, ,Obe Wright,
M. B. Lee, Will Lee, all of Ful-
bright, Mrs. Jim Childress, Leon
Bell and Donnie McGregor.
Roll call was answered bv pay-
ing of club dues and distribution
of the new yearbooks. Two dem-
onstrations, house shoes made from
wash cloths and a decorated bar of
soap were given by the hostess.
Mrs. Edda Mangrum and Dick
Morris were chosen as the Club’s
shut-in friends for the year.
Yearbooks were filled out and
the following committees appoint-
ed: finance—Mmes. Raymond Dam-
ron, Berlin Sistrunk, Rubie Bell;
program—Mmes. R. J. Holt, F. E.
Webster, Rubie Bell; gift—Mmes.
Garrett, F. P. Brumley, H. L. Stub-
blefield; EEE—Mmes. Dick Scott,
F. P. Brumley, W. J. Corbell, John
Childers; telephone—Mmes. Stub-
blefield. Corbell; Miss Melba Chil-
ders will have charge of card mail-
ing and Mrs. Damron is song lead-
er; Mrs. Webster is reporter and
Mrs. Garrett, game leader.
Games were led by Mrs. Garrett
before adjournment until the Club
meets January 1!) with Miss Baker
hostess at her home.
CARD OF THANKS
With grateful hearts, we thank
all for the food, cards, flowers and
every kindness shown us in the
loss of our loved one. Your
thoughtfulness was most comfort-
ing and will always be remembered.
Relatives of Mrs. Archie Lowry
Mrs. T. L. Bryson left Sunday
to visit her daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Fuller and family in Garland.
Westbrook of Deport and Morris
Barton of Paris. ,
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John
Sriffin were Mrs. Vern Bartlett
ind daughters of Deport, on Sat-
urday, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stevens
>f Fulbright, Sunday, and her mo-
,her, Ms. Rebecca Massingill ofr
Paris, Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Slaton and
family were Saturday visitors of
her parents, Mr., and Mrs. Buford
Freeman of Paris.
Golden Agers In
Regular Meeting ■
Sponsored by the Methodist
Church, Bogata Golden Agers met
at the church Wednesday morning.
After singing of hymns, the pas-
tor, Rev. John Streun spoke to the
group on “Do You Know Him?”
His scripture was from.Mark 6:1-6.
The minister also gave the invoca-
tion before the buffet style meal
enjoyed by 22 members.
Next regular meeting will be
MRS. J0NE8 INITIATED *
TO ZETA MU CHAfT.BR J ‘
Fourteen East Texas State Uni-
versity students were recently ini-
tiated into the ETSU Zeta Mu
chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an
honor society in education. Dr. D.
Whitney Halladay, ETSU presi-
dent, was the guest speaker for
the occasion which was held in the
Ballroom of the Memorial, Student
Center. Initiated from Bogata
was Mrs. Nancy N. Jones, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Also-
brook of Bogata.
EQUIPMENT-NEW OR USED
SEE US FOR ALL FIRESTONE NEEDS — TIRES
Tractors Overhauled — Hay Twine — Cotton Poison
• —Ferguson Cultivators 1—Super A Farmall & Equip
1—B John Deere
New and Used Mowers
1_50 MF HC
1— II John Deere
2— MF 50 Gas
1—MF 50 Diesel
Massey-Ferguso'n and New Holland Hay Machinery Dealers
CASH & CARRY
KEYS MADE .............. .35 .19
10-Qt. PLASTIC PAIL 69 .39
SO LB. ROLL ROOFING ................... 3.70 2.69
KEY HOLE SAW .......... 1.98 1.69
CAULKING GUN ....................... 1.29 .89
CENTRAL HEAT 1.49 1.19
Vinyl Cushion Floor Linoleum, 12’xl2’ 41.49 34.95
McCulloch Chain Saw (Mac 15) .............................119.95
Aluminum STORM DOORS ..............-. 29.95 24.95
OPEN TILL 5 P.M. SATURDAY
OF QUALITY FURNITURE
ONLY THREE DAYS LEFT FOR
TREMENDOUS BUYS ON OUR
LARGE STOCK OF FINE
SAVE AS MUCH AS
open Thursday until 9 P.M.
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Grant, George W. The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1967, newspaper, January 12, 1967; Bogata, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth902665/m1/2/: accessed January 24, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.