The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1967 Page: 3 of 4
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THE BOGATA NEWS, BOGATA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1967
By MBS. W. H. MATLOCk
Mrs. Bessie Rogers spent Sun-
day in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Granvel Griggs of Bagwell to cele-
brate the birthday of Mrs. Rogers
and Mrs. Griggs.
Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Stevens and
Mrs. Bertha King were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Matlock to celebrate the 40th wed-
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Mesdames Luther Rozell, Hurley
Stevens, Horace Matlock, Lucius
Stevens, Obe Wright, Will Lee and
Effie Lee attended an all day club
meeting at Bogata Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Travis King vis-
ited Sunday in the home of their
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Randy Osburne and family in Com-
Mrs. A. H. Stevens, Mrs. Horace
Matlock, Mrs. Blake Reynolds and
Mark Swint made a business trip
to Clarksville Tuesday.
Wheeler Embrey has returned
home from the hospital where he
underwent major surgery two
weeks ago. He is improving nicely
at his home.
Mrs. L. L. Stevens visited her
mother Mrs. Ella Hannah at Deport
nursing home Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Hannah has not been feeling
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stevens visit-
ed Mrs. Stevens’ niece Mrs. John
Griffin at Rugby Saturday night.
Mrs. Griffin underwent major sur-
Mrs. Travis King left Sunday af-
ternoon for Kansas City, Kansas
to make the acquaintence of a new
grandson born Sunday morning to
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey King, the new
son was named Timothy Paul.
Miss Tommie Massengill of
See CURTIS WILKINSON
We give S and H Green Stamps
When In Clarksville
or Mt. Pleasant
Clarksville spent Sunday and Sun-
day night with her sister Mrs.
Morris Fisher and Mr. Fisher.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Epps of
Garland spent the week end at the
home of his parents Mr- and Mrs.
Sam Martin of Ft. Worth and his
sister, Mrs. Dixie Wright of Bo-
gata visited Mrs. Lela Rozell Tues-
Mrs. Robert Walker of Clarks-
ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lee visited Mr.
and Mrs. Pete Wilkinson and Mrs*
Mangum of Bogata and Mr. and
Mrs. Kidd of Rosalee Sunday af-
Mrs. Leo Ridcns received a call
Saturday saying that her sister
Mrs. Cecil Ward of Dallas was
in a hospital in Dallas for medical
Week end visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Wiley Gifford were Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Hughes of Dallas and
Mr. and Mrs. Dub Dunn of Milton.
Shirley Legate left this morning
for his home in Nashville, Tenn.
after a two weeks visit with his
father Roy Legate.
Fred Swint III of Deport spent
the week end with his grandpar-
ents Mr. and Mrs. Blake Reynold
while his parents were in Dallas
for the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rozell made
a business trip to Clarksville Wed-
Mrs. Dick Scott of Bogata visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cremeen
Mr. and Mrs. Curry Jones, Wade
and Tammie of Paris visited their
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Cre-
Mrs. Queen Clarkson returned
home this week end after spend-
ing the holidays in Paris with her
daughter Mrs. John Kelley and
family and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brown of
Paris visited Mrs. Brown’s parents
Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Kelley Sat-
Thursday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Kelley were Mrs.
Nola Lee, Mrs. Ida Lee and Miss
Tiny Lee all of Bogata.
Mrs. Eady returned to her home
here after a lengthy.stay with her
children in Dallas.
Visiting Mrs. Bill Baker this
week end was her sister Lorene
from Grand Prairie
Jess Thompson is improving nice-
ly at his home after a lengthy iil
Sam Martin of Ft. Worth and his
sister Mrs. Dixie Wright of Bogata
visited Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rozell
Roy Legate and Mrs. Marie
Chesher of Nashville. Ark. were
united in marriage at 3 o’clock
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Rev. Albert Roach in Paris. Those
■attending the wedding were Mr.
and Mrs. Hub Miller, Randy and
Local Girl Chosen For All Regional Band
Charter No. 14534 National Bank Region No. 11
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Bogata in the State of Texas, at the close of business or.
December 31, 1966, published in response to call made by
Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U. S. Re-
Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items r
in process of collection .....................................$284,017.59
United States Government obligations, direct and
guaranteed ________________________________________________________ 354,699.98
Obligations of States and political subdivisions 60,599.75
Securities of Federal agencies and corporations not
BAPTIST LADIES MEET
When Laverne Tope Circle of
WMU met Monday at the Baptist
Church, the opening song was led
by Mrs. J. N. Lee. Call for prayer
for YWA was given by Mrs. Edgar
Rodgers, who also led in prayer.
Mrs. Raymond Damron had charge
f the study from Royal Service,
the subject being An Expanding
Response to Christ’s Commission!..
She used scripture from Matthew
28:19-20. Others 0Y1 program were
Mines. Rodgers, Clyde Roberts,
Russ Ward, Jess Cothren. Lee.
Closing prayer was by Mrs. 0. J.
BROWNIES MEET WITH
THEIR TWO LEADERS
Girl Scout Brownie Troop 22 met
January 3 at the Agriculture Build-
ing with nine Brownies and their
leaders, Mrs. Marcus Allums, Mrs.
Kenneth Pirtle attending.
Kathy Jones led the Brownie
promise. The Smile song and the
Brownie ‘B were given. The girls
were taught to respect the flag and
did a flag ceremony.;,
internes were enjoyed
guaranteed by U. S.
Other bonds, notes, and debentures
Loans and discounts___________________
Fixed assets __________________________
Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
Time and savings deposits of individuals, partner-
ships, and corporations ____________________________________ 903,692.61
Deposits of United States Government ______________„ 2,474.05
Deposits of States and political subdivisions ________ 80,614.54
Deposits of commercial banks .....................t,............ 62,863.29
TOTAL DEPOSITS ................ $2,298,901.97
(a) Total demand deposits.. $1,395,209.36
(b) Total time and savings
Other liabilities ___________________________________________ 130,048.00
TOTAL LIABILITIES _____________________ $2,428,949.97
. Common stock—total par value
No. shares authorized _____ 100
No. shares outstanding 100
t Total Capital Accounts
Total Liabilities, and Capital Accounts
’ Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days
' •> ending with call date_____________________ 2,265,002.94
! Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days
G anJino wifVi f'nll ___ 1,400,333.98
Karen Pittman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pittman
of Talc.o, participated in the All Regional Band Concert hel l
in Daingerfield, Saturday evening.
Karen is a sophomore student at the Rivercrest High
School, and has been a member of the band for six years. She
is the Drum Majorette of the Rivercrest High School Band.
Carla and Shirley Legate of Nash-
ville, Tenn. A.reaction was held
at seven p.m. Saturday at the Le-
gate home. Cake and coffee were
served. Those attending were, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Ridens, Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Legate and Mrs. Wright of
Bogata, Mr. and Mrs. Blake Reyn-
olds, Fred Swint III of Deport, Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Leggett of Bogata j
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reynolds of
Clarksville: Mr. and Mrs. Amas
Green, Mr. and Mrs. Hub Miller,
Randy and Carla, Shirley Legate
of Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs.
Legate will make their home at
Fulbright. The community wishes
them a long and happy marired
Susan Swint and LaNell Nixon
of Deport spent Friday night with
ir uian’s grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Reception To Note
Mr. L. Stephenson
A reception at her home in Bo-
gata Sunday, will honor the 96th
birthday of Mrs. Laura Stephen-
son. Monday is actual date of
Mrs. Stephenson’s birth but
friends and relatives are invited to
visit her Sunday frem 2 p. m.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
King, Mrs. Stephenson was born
in Hopkins County near Hagans-
port. She was married on Dec. 28,
1886 in the family hdme to Ike
Stephenson. He died 20 years
ago, having lived all his life in Red
Mrs. Stephenson mothered sev-
eral foster children. She has five
living children of her own. They
are Mrs. Hattie Hawks. Mrs. Vera
Craddock, Des Stephenson of Boga-
ta, Mrs. Minnie Mauldin and I. T.
Stephenson of Galena Park. She
has 16 grandchildren, 22 great-
grandchildren and five great
Mrs. Stephenson is still aler
and can get around with help, ant
she enjoys television.
MEETING HELD JAN. 3
A girl Scout Neighborhood meet-
ing was held January 3 at home of
Mrs. Marcus Allums.
Present were Mrs. Juanita
Stamper of Paris, Mmes. John
Streun, Kenneth Pirtle, Smiley
The group discussed saving
stamps for Girl Scouts who would
be interested in going to camp and
the selling of Scout cookies to be-
gin January 16, all troops to par-
ticipate in the sale. ,
Refreshments of coffee and cake
It Pays to Advert!**
ending with call date
I, Ann Barnard, Cashier, of the above-named bank do
A hereby declare that tJhii tepaprt <)f condition is true and ©or-
1 rect to the best of my knowledge and belief. " ' ’•
- ANN BARNARD
We, the undersigned directors attest the: correctness of
this report of condition and declare that it haslfeen examined
by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and
correct. • "HU- *
s WILLIAM ROZELL
MRS. BYRON BLACK
TIME TO LIME
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do the job for you, using high
grade Agricultural Lime that
exceeds Government require-
ments in grind and calcium
content. Bring us your ASC
Purchase Orders. We give you
a weight ticket for each load.
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New and Renewed
The News wishes to thank those
vho names appear below for their
P. J. Turner
C. P. Allen
G. B. Stanton
J. A. Fortner
J. D. Bond
Mrs. Anna Gifford
J. H. Armstrong
Mrs. Joe Ward
Mrs. Lela Adams
Mrs. Joe Carr
Pvt. Steve Wallace
Tommy L. Cruce
Texas Power and Light
W. D. Harvey
Mrs. Dick Embrey
J. P. Rodgers
Mrs. W. C. Ferguson
C. R. Williams
Tommy P. Corbell
S. T. Millican
P L, Brooks
W. A. Love
Woodrow W. Wharton
E. N. Barnes
Mrs. Donald Freeman
Mrs. W. H. Scott
Mrs, Sam Brown
Mrs. J. P. Lee
A’ D. Harville
Mrs. J. R. Wilson
Mrs. O. C. Lowry
Mrs. Earnest Craven
M. L. Pyrd
Mrs. Kyle Leftwich
Capt. Paul Nuschke
B. L. Raney
’ Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Turner, Miss
Mary Rozell were in Commerce
Saturday night to attend 12th an-
nual concert by the All Senior
Honor Orchestra and All Senior
Honor Chorus at East Texas State
Singing soprano with the Chorus
was Miss Jo Choate of Bogata and
Rivercrest High School. The sing-
ing group was accompanied by the
history of the
FHA members will present a se-
ries of articles dealing with the
organization and work of the FH
The first article, written by Betl
Gordon, gives the
The history of this organization
is not a very long one. The national
association of FHA began in 1945
when high school homemaking stu-
dents from almost all the United
States, Puerto Rico and Hawaii
met in twelve sub-regional meet-
ings. From these meetings came
the nominees for national officers
as well as recommendations ai
to the name, purposes, and the
basic structure of the organization.
About 25 years before 1945 there
were many clubs and oragnizations
for the high school homemaking
students, with activities directed
by the high school homemaking
teachers. The clubs functioned dif-
ferently and were known by dif-
At that time, there was no uni-
fied program of work among the
states. Those who worked with
the American Home Economics As-
sociation were the only people who
had any affiliation with a national
Interest in a unified program for
high school homemaking student
grew at last. In the year of 1943.
the American Home Economics
Association appointed a committee
to study high school homemaking
club programs. The committee
decided unanimously that all exist-
ing programs could be strengthen-
ed by uniting efforts.
The national association of Fu-
ture Homemakers of America has
grown today to a membership of
607,175. The Texas Association i-
the largest, having 1,406 chapters
with 72,300 members.
Mrs. Jim East returned home
Saturday after a three week visit
in Odessa with her daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. D. A. White, who accom-
panied her home and spent the
Jr. lii Alains oplit
Two Conf. Gaines
i r, ^ *. f• i jk
Deport Jr. Hi boys rank 0-4 anfl
girls 4-0 in conference play ia
Red River Jr. Hi Conference play.
Girls defeated Bogata 4,0-tl
Monday,* night at Bogata. Frankye
Crawford was high scorer for De-
port with 23, Bobby Dowdy 12. For
•Bogata Mary Rodgers scored 5
and Freida Whitten 5.
Bogata hoys scored 40 to De-
port’s 25. High for Bogata wu
Montgomery with. 20 and Carr 8.
Ricky Bennett high for Deport
with 13 was followed by. Jack Bal-
lard with 5.
In last week’s game Deport de-
feated ‘East Lamar girls 26-19.
Frankye Crawford scored 9, Bobby
Dowdy and Abigail Norman 8 each.
Jane Merritt was high for East
Lamar with 15.
East Lamar boys defeated De-
port 45-25. Williams 24, Briscoe 7
were high for East Lamar. Jack
Ballard 14 and Donald Epps 8 were
high scorers for Deport. . .,
Mr. and Mrs. James Gill of
Arlington, were Sunday guests of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R-
V PRPVENT FREEZING
IN tfRIEF COLD SNAPS
PLEASE DO CO-OPERATE
See your doctor frequently, accept his advice. Bring
your prescriptions to us to be filled—promptly, accur-
ately and with the freshest of drugs at comparable
prices. Follow directions carefully. Such co-operation
will help to preserve your health.
BUCKMAN REXALL DRUG
CITIZENS STATE BANK
At the close of Business December 31, 1966
Cash, and due from banks ....._________________________
United States Government Securities _______
State, County and Municipal Securities____
Loans and Discounts..................................,_____
Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures________
Other Resources _____-_______________________________
Certified Surplus .................................
Undivided Profits and Reserves------------
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
_ $ 150,000.00
HAROLD T. HYDE
WILLIAM B. PAYNE
WILLIAM C. MEACHAM
Exec. Vice President
WILLLIAM B. VAUGHAN
Asst. Vice Pres.
RICHARD H. HORTON
JESS B. ALFORD ,
JESSE K. GUEST
THOMAS E. HUNT, JR., M. D.
HAROLD T. HYDE
ROBERT S. NORMENT
WILLIAM B. PAYNE
W. B. VAUGHAN
RAYFORD D WALKER
JOHN W. WILLIAMS
HARRY WOOLS TON
Citizens State Bank
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