The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 57, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1967 Page: 4 of 4
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THE BOGATA NtfWS, BOGATA, TEXAS, TKUttiOAT, JAN. Q, 1«7
By MRS. WALTER PETTIT
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. White visited
fa Talco Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
©. F. Stevenson.
Mrs. R. F. Hale was hospitalized
at Clarksville on Wednesday of
fast week. /
Dave Puckett is able to be out
this week after having be^n ill at
Jtome three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs..Amos Green attend-
ed the wedding reception honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Legate in their
Rome Saturday night.
CADETTE GIRL SCOUTS
The Cadette Girl Scouts met
Jan. 4. Six girls attended the
meeting. They were Terry Dodd.
Liz Stubblefield, Dianne Ward,
Constance Edwards, Sharon Davis
and Sylvia Canfield. Officers se-
lected for the month of January
are: Patrol leader, Dianne Ward;
asst. Patrol leader, Vicki Hinson:
treasurer, Terry.Dodd; scribe, Syl-
via Canfield. Refreshments were
seived and the girls worked
the “Hostess Badge.’’
Mrs. Virginia Bishop underwent
eye surgery at McCuistion Hospi-
tal, Paris, on Tuesday morning.
Mi»3 Edna Howison is attending
Mrs. Willie Gray of Winnsboro,
xpent several days last week with
her sisters, Mrs. Myrtis Thornton,
Mrs. Jessie Gray.
Mrs. Arthur Pate and daughter,
Mr:-. Gordon Green of Paris, were
Wednesday visitors of Mrs. Ben
Miss Sharon Williams of Tex-
arkana, was the week end guest
•of her grandmother, Mrs. Bill
Mrs. Walter McDavid returned
hom,e Sunday from Clarksville
h<r [ al, where she was a patient
scvi \1 weeks.
Mu and Mrs. F. P. Brumley were
in Texarkana Sunday to visit her
brother, Harold Conine, hospital-
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wood have
ordered a year’s subscription to
The Rogata News for their daugh-
ter, Mrs, Glenn Clayton Jr. and
Mr. Clayton at Arlington.
Mrs. W. D. Harvey, Mrs. Paul
Griffin spent several days the
first of the week with the latter’s
daughter, Mrs. Tom Taylor and
family at Houston.
Mrs. Josie York, Mr. and Mrs.
M. J. Dodd visited their daughter
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Puckett and family at Denton, dur-
ing week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Hillis Willet and
Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Har-
grove of Dallas, were week end
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Dickey and family.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mathena
have ordered renewal of a sub-
scription to.The Bogata News as
a gift for their son, A. B. Mathena
Returning from a recent trip to
the Rio Grande Valley, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Tyer brought home
some freshly picked citrus. Your
reporter was an appreciative reci-
pient of some of the fruit.
E.E. (Ed) Nugent
Dies Tuesday -
Funeral service for Edmond
Earl (Ed) Nugent, 70, was ar-
ranged for 2 p. m. Thursday in
Smith-Bates Funeral Home in Mt.
Pleasant. Interment followed in
Talco Cemetery. He died Tuesday
at 1:30 in Talco Hospital and
Rev. C. H. Paxton and L. R. Le-
May officiated and Masonic Lodge
No. 1134 conducted the committal
rites. Nugent was a .member of
the Masonic loijge and of Ernest
MeClintock Barracks, World War
1 Veterans. ,
Deceased, the son of William
and Mary Jones Nugent, was born
April 13, 1896 in Mt. Pleasant and
had resided in this area his entir'
life. A stockman, and a retired
employee of Arkansas - Louisiana
Gas Co., he was a former Titus
Survivnig are his wife, the for-
mer Maggie Williams whom h<
married in 1932, one sister, Nan
Neugent, several nieces , and
Patients in Clarksville hospital
this week from Bogata include
Laurel Peaden and George Bran-
Friday night guests in the Mack
Mitchell home were Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman Campbell, Mr. ami Mrs.
Haskell Caldwell of Hugo. Okla.,
’Mr. and Mrs. Glen White and
The daughter born Jan. 3 at St.
Joseph’s Hospital to Mr .and Mrs,
Donald Barnard, Bogata, has been
sained Thresa Jane. Grandparents
•zre Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Barnard,
Bogata; Mrs. Mittie York. Benton,
Ark., and Carl Hanley, California.
Guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lewis at Roxton Sun-
day for a dinner that, honored his
birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Lewis, Charles Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.
Shorty Morgan and son, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers of
Oklahoma City, were week end
guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Vickers. Other visitors
were,Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Bell of
Rosalie, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Vick-
ers and Tina of Talco.
“Chenille”, a tufted cotton,
comes, from the French word for
The cotton plant yields 175
pounds of seed with each 1000
pounds of fiber.
SPECIALS AT TURNER’S
“Poo: Boy” Turtle Neck SWEATERS, $6.95 value $5.00
Ladies SKIRTS, values to $7.95 ’ $5.00 ea.
Men’s Light Weight JACKETS, $5.95 values for $4.50
Men’s and Boys Wheat Color Lee JACKETS —
$4.95 value ..... $3.98
1 Lot of BRAS, $2.00 value for ............... $1.29
1 Lot PIECE GOOI>S ___________________________________ 35c yd.
1 Lot FACE TOWELS, 59c value................ 2 for 98c
AH Wool PIECE GOODS $1.00 off reg. price
New Shipment ABBEY FLANNEL and other
Piece Goods ..._________.... ..... $1.00 to $2.98 yd.
S & H GREEN STAMPS
By SHIRLEY HINSON
Mrs. Irene Pew and Mrs. R. W.
Weisinger went to Longview last
Wednesday. Mrs. Pew visited Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Stahl and family
and Mrs. Weisinger visited her son,
Jimmy Weisinger and family.
Lynn Weisinger, Mrs. Weisinger’s
grandson,' came home with her.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Weisinger
went to Paris Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Weisinger
of Longview, came Monday to visit
his parents, Mr .and Mrs. R. W.
r Mrs. Irene Pew visited John Par
ker and Mrs. Raymond Melton i
the hospital at Clarksville las’
Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Permenter
and family of Bogata, were guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Her-
Avret Vaughan spent last week
with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Miller at Longview.
J. T. Sells spent the week end
with his wife in Hot Springs, Ark.,
who is in the hospital and has re-
turned to his home and reports
Mrs. Sells improving very slowly.
Miss Verah Cotton and Mrs.
Maggie Chesshir are going to Par-
is with Mrs. Aleck Griffin foh
medical attention for Miss Cotton.
Mrs. Pearl James and grand-
daughter of Paris, visited Mr. and
Mrs. R. C, Hinson and family.
Johntown Baptist Church youth
attended the annual monthly youth
meeting at the Friendship Bap-
tist Church is Clarksville. About
20 people from Johntown attended.
Hillcrest received the points ban-
ner and West Side received the
attention banner. Total attendance
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Don Barnard in Paris.
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Mrs. Jess Sikes entered Talco
Hospital and Clinic. Sunday.
Mrs. Naomi Fitch entered the
Talco Hospital and Clinic, Monday.
Ed Nugent entered- the Talco
Hospital and Clinic Saturday.
Mrs. D. A. Neely was dismissed
frof the Talco Hospital and Clinic,
Linda Gillian was dismissed
from Talco Hospital and Clinic
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
10 lbs. SUGAR
Red Label Hormei BACON, Lb.
Smokie Ridge All Meat Bologna, lb. 39c
3-Lb. Carton Mrs. Tucker’s
303 Can Tendersweet Chopped
Duncan Hines Angel Food Cake Mix 52c
1 QL Del Monte PRUNE JUICE
Campbell’s VEG. SOUP 2 cans 25c
Reg. Size Ivory Snow Detergent
4 Roll Charmin TISSUE
BISCUITS.........._................2 for 15c
ROAST BEEF, Lb_____________________
MARKET & FEED
WEINERS, 12-Oz. Pac
SILVER DUST, Giant Size
Carnation or Pet MILK —
7 tall cans
OLEO, Grayson .....................
SHORTENING, Mrs. Tucker’s
TISSUES, Delsey, 2 Roll Pac
PICNIC HAMS, Lb______
CRACKERS, Krispy, 1-Lb. Box
PINTO BEANS, 4-Lb. Bag________________49c
Mrs. Ruth Davidson of Bogata,
announces the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of her daugh-
ter, Carolyn Davidson, to John Ed
Polk, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Polk of Floydada.
The wedding is planned for Feb-
ruary 10 at 6 p. m. in the First
Baptist Church at Bogata, with the
pastor, Rev. James Barnes offici-
Miss Davidson is a senior stu-
dent at Kivercrest High School.
The groom-to-be is employed at
DeQuecn, Ark., where they plan
to make their home.
Talco State Shows
Condensed statement of condi-
tion of The Talco State Bank as
issued at the close of business on
Dec. 31, 1966, shows financial con-
dition of the bank to be good. De-
posits, resources, loans and un-
. arned interest collected are up
over the statement issued Dec.
Deposits were $1,674,520.92 on
Dec. 31, 1966, compared to $1,545.-
715.11 a year ago — up $128,805.81.
Resources were also up, being
$1,856,749.39 now compared to
$1,695,714.90 a year ago — an in-
crease of $161,034.49.
Loans on Dec. 31, 1966 were
$842,410.24, compared to $697,-
821,94 a year ago — being up
Unearned interest collected also
rose -7— being $18,723.64 now com-
pared to $16,286.69 a year ago.
This is an increase of $2,436.95.
F. W. Caughfield sf Mt. Pleas-
ant, a former Talco resident, is
a patient in the ML Pleaaant Hos-
pital and Clinic,
Mrs. E. W. Duncan received word
last week of the death of an uncle,
Clyde Wade on Wednesday. He
had been ill for a long time.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ottis Hall, Jr., in the Titus County
Memorial Hospital Wednesday. He
weighed eight pounds and 9%
ounces and was named Thomas
Christopher. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Smith of Mt.
Pleasant and Mr. and Mrs. Ottis
Hall, Talco; parental great grand-
fathers are Ed Hall, Talco and Guy
Mr. and Mrs. Sedney
Lori Lee of Garland, rk.
C. L. Grisson and family
George Bond, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stewart re-
turned Friday after spending the
Christmas and New Years holi-
days with their daughter's family,
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Sullivan, Don
R. and Kevin Wayne at Imperial
Visitors of the A. E. Fosters New
Years were Mr. Foster’s sisters,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Price of
Waco, Br. and Mrs. Alvia Goolsby
of Groesbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Price, of Cleburne and Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Lynn Price and Sherri of
Mrs. Pearl Hedges
Mrs. Pearl Hedges of Talco, died
Wednesday night at 7:20 p. m, in
a hospital in Mt. Pleasant. Mrs.
Hedges had been making her home
with her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Pres-
ley of Talco. She was 83 years
old and was a member of the
Church of Nazarene in Kilgore.
Survivors include two sons. Carl
Hedges and L. L. Hedges of Kil-
gore; two daughters, Mrs. Pres-
ley, Talco and Mrs. M. P. Appling
of Kilgore; 12 grandchildren and
Services were held Friday at 10
a. m. in the Kilgore Church of the
Nazarene with _buria! in Kilgore
Cemetery. Rev. W. L. (Buddy)
Mike Hall has returned to San
Diego, Calif, where he is stationed
with the Navy after visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Dured Hall here.
Mr. and Mrs. Dured Hall and
hildren, who have been residing in
Stevenson property on Broad Street
have moved to their new home on
WEEK END SPECIALS
2 for 39c
2 for 25c
101;*-Oz. Choc Covered
18-Oz. Bama Pineapple
Banquet POT PIES
Qt. Del Monte PRUNE JUICE 39c
Wisconsin HOOP CHEESE
3 for 25c
PVT. MARCl S G. BLACK, who
is stationed at Fort Ord, Calif.,
spending a 15-day leave at his
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones visited
relatives in Dallas during the
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Fail were in
Mr. Pleasant Thursday on busi-
Mrs. Ben Floyd is in Longview
with her brother-in-law and sister,
who are ill.
Mrs. Ida Barnard, Bogata, is
a patient at the Talco Hospital
Mrs. O. L. Hopkins has returned
home after spending the holidays
• ith their son, Donald Hopkins
:<’• I family in Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Dured Hall enter-
• 'ned with a dinner at their home
Sunday. Those attending were Mr.
n’ld Mrs. Ted Ewing, Wichita Fall
4 r. and Mrs. Charles Rav V'hit'
"'ike Hall who is stationed hi S’
Diego, Calif, with the U. S. Xa' y.
and Steve, Deborah, Do’na, C y
Nell, and Freddia Hall, al. of Talc
and Mrs. Glenda Reece of Mt. Plea-
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FRED WHITTEN, JR., District Manager
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