The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, December 14, 1951 Page: 4 of 4
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THE BOGATA NEWS, BOGATA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, IIP
By MRS. MARVIN WARD
Tom Clark is reported ill at his
Lanell Randle is quite ill with
Miss fethel Blankenship is re-
ported ill at her home in East Bo-
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pope of Tal-
co, visited relatives in Bogata
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gardner of
Halesboro, visited Mrs. Ruth
Joe Dutchkur is reported ill at
the home of his sister, Mrs. Will
Allen at Halseboro.
Sam Lowry of Ft. Worth, visit-
ed his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. I. C. Black. Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs R. O. Cawley were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Pressie Phillips at Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Fennell and
children were visitors Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. Rush Carter at Bag-
Mugs Harbison of DeKalb, vis-
ited his father, Harry Harbison,
and other relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Jim East moved
Wednesday from the Cox proper-
ty in west Bogata to the Roy Gib-
Charles Black of Farmington,
N. M., was a guest in the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C.
Mrs. Horace Hornbuckle of
Winnsboro, spent Friday night in
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Leonard Hardin of Kilgore,
spent the week end here in the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Hardin.
Buster Scarborough of Picton,
spent the week end in the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hindman
and children of Dallas, are visit-
ing her mother. Mrs. Tilda Clip-
per, of Morris Chapel.
Mr. and Mrs. Buck Mathews of
Deport, visited in the Bud Caw-
ley home Monday night.
Mrs. Mary Ripley of Dallas,
was a week end guest of her son,
Larry and her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Hudson.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord McCluer
of Lubbock, came Tuesday for a
visit in the home of his mother,
Mrs. H. C. McCluer.
Football lettermen at PJC have
been named. Among them are
Charlie Williams of Bogata, son
of Mrs. Smiley Hinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Topping
and Mrs. T. M. Skidmore had as
guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. D.
S. Skidmore of Bonham.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Dawson of
Houston, visited his mother, Mrs.
Mary Dawson, and the Wilkinson
families over the week end.
Mrs. Ruth Vaughan received a
letter from her son, James Fran-
cis, who is in Korea, that he was
promoted to corporal Dec. 1.
Mr. and Mrs- Bill Anderson
and H. L. Anderson of Mineola.
were guests of the boys’ mother,
Mrs Ida Anderson, Saturday.
Mrs. T. L. Bryson subscribed
for the Bogata News Saturday for
her daughter. Mrs. H. E. Fuller
of Garland, as a Christmas gift.
Elmer Martin of Bogata and
Mrs. Laura Wright of Clarksville,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Whitten Sr. at Johntown Sunday.
Mrs. Sidney Hudson and Mrs.
Gus Swaim spent Tuesday in the
hofne of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Chesshir of Clarksville.
Jack Craddock of Grand Sa-
line, spent Monday night in the
homes of his sisters, Mrs. Vannie
Seaman and Miss Jodie Craddock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sistrunk and
sons, Charles Hardin and Rich-
ard Lee of Spring Lake, moved
here last week and occupy the
R. L. Hardin house in northeast
Mrs. Paul Nushke and son, Wal-
ter of Maryland, whose husband
is a lieutenant in the Navy, and
is being transferred to California,
came by for a several days’ visit
in the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. Brumley, enroute
to California to make their home.
They are expecting Lt. Nushke
over the week end.
Paul Williams of Bogata, Mrs.
J. C. Williams and Mrs. Minnie
Bell of Rosalie, visited Mrs. Edd
Reynolds in a Paris hospital Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thomp-
son of Ponca City, Ok., spent the
week end here visiting her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wil-
Mrs. Laura Wright of Clarks-
ville, visited Mrs. Bertha Murphy
and Mrs. .Ben Shows and other
friends from Saturday until Wed-
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Smith mov-
ed Thursday from Lone Star to
the Carl Cox house in west Bo-
gata which they recently pur-
WO Joe T. Bybee and family f Mrs. John Ford and aon, Joe,
of Ft. Hood, are spending the | visited Sunday in Wolfe City, in
week with her parents, Mr. and I the home of their daughter and
Mrs. Jeff Hancock, and relatives
First National Bank Bldg.
General Practice of Law
State and Federal Courts
Dixie Burial Ass’n
Phone—Day 27—Night 29
Say it with Flowers
Our representative in Bogata
is Mrs. Tom Keith. Contact her
and let us do the rest. Special
attention given all orders.
Ph.261 Clarksville 806 W Main
When In Clarksville
or Mt. Pleasant
Mrs. Paul Griffin and daughter,
Anne of Dallas, came Friday
night to spend the week end in
the home of her mother, Mrs. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilborn James
and children of Grand Prairie,
spent the week end here in the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Ward left Thursday for
Buras, La., to spend Christmas in
the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Murl Clipper and Mr. Clipper
Mrs. Britt Lassiter and Mrs.
Travis Hale accompanied the lat-
ter’s daughter. Miss Carolyn Hale
to Commerce Sunday, where she
Mrs. Ruth Vaughan and daugh-
ters visited over the week end in
the home of her brother and fam-
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hull of
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Fannell and
baby accompanied his sister, Mrs.
Bob Stewart, to her home at
Ringold, Ok., the latter part of
the week for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Blank
and son, Donald Ralph of Dallas,
were week end visitors in the
home of her aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Mack Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bland
and son, Donald Ralph of Dallas,
were guests Saturday of their un-
cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Mitchell and Alice Ann.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Welch and
daughter, Sue of Corsicana, re-
j turned home Friday night after
j visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Corbell and family.
Lt. and Mrs. Thomas Paul Wil-
son and children, Paul and Glen-
da of El Paso, were week end
guests of their parents, Mr. and
I Mrs. Jap Chesshir and Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie Wilkinson.
Mr.-and Mrs. Johnny Bland and
| son, Donald Ralph of Dallas, ac-
j companied by Alice Ann Mit-
jchell, visited Saturday night in
the home of their mother and
grandmother, Mrs. Ressie Kirk-
land, and Mrs. W. W. Selmon at
sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayland Walker and Janie.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Isenburg
and baby of Dallas, were week
end guests of her mother, Mrs.
Audrey Terry, and his sister, Mrs.
Leon Huddleston and family.
Mrs. A D. Stephenson of
Shreveport, La., is sending the
Bogata News to her brother and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Gray-
son at Port Isabel, as a Christmas
Mrs. Bill Bockmon was a guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hor-
ace Hornbuckle at Winnsboro,
and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Bockmon of Pittsburg, over the
M-Sgt. and Mrs. John A. Har-
din of Fort Sill, Okla., were guests
recently of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Hardin. They were
enroute to Fort Hood, where he
is being transferred.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hancock and
children of Dallas, were called
here by the death of her grand-
mother, Mrs. T. R. Shows, who
passed away Thursday night and
was buried here Saturday.
Pvt. Oscar Brady who has been
here visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Brady, left Longview
Monday for Fort Lawton, Wash.,
by plane. He had recently been
stationed at Aberdeen, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill and
Miss Annie Stephenson had as
visitors Thursday,. Mrs. G. H.
Baird of Grand Prairie, Mrs. Lil-
lian Mischke of Dallas, Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Stephenson of Talco.
Corporal George W. Hobbs, son
of Mrs. Paul Williams of Bogata,
was recently asigned to the 1300th
Air Police Squadron as Airpolice-
man at Mountin Home Air Force
Base, Idaho. He attended Bogata
High School, graduating in 1950,
enlisting in the Air Force the fol-
lowing month, July. At Bogata
High School, he played football
and basketball for his entire four
years of attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McClure
and children of Levelland, came
Friday night to move their house-
hold goods there, where he has
employment. They visited his
.brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Ross McClure, while here.
Linda Ann is the name of the
daughter born Dec. 7 to Mr. and
F. R. Lipscomb Jr., of Beaumont.
The mother is the formef Miss
Patsy Hooker, daughter of Mrs.
Iva L. Hooker of Dallas, and the
late John Hooker, former local
Jack Seaman of Greenville, vis-
ited his mother, Mrs. Vanpie Sea-
man, over the. week end.
IN ALL LINES
T. L. BRYSON
Forty-Two and Canasta
AT BOGATA SCHOOL GYM
Friday Evening, Dec. 14th
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MY EASY PAYMENT PLAN
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OFFICE AT BOGATA FUNERAL HOME
25 Lamar Ave.
REPAIR FOR INSPECTION
• Pull All Wheels
• Pack Wheel Bearings
• Check Brake Linings
and Wheel Cylinders
DODGE & PLYMOUTH
Sales and Service
Phone 61 555 Lamar—Paris
From where I sit... Joe Marsh
Sign of a Nice Guy
Got so around these parts that
everywhere a hunter went this fall,
he came up against signs saying
“TRIVATE PROPERTY, NO HUNTING.
■bep off.- But not out at Happy
Happy’a signs say “private
PROPERTY. GOOD HUNTING. BUT BE
“Don’t hunt myself,” Happy says,
“hot there’s plenty of game ton my
property. I tell the hunters where
the best spots nroeniwny' from-
where I’m working and where no
nstm ... -•■ mwiMinfcli*' nr ilifi
From where I sit, Happy has
once again shown why he gets
along with everyone and why
everyone respects him. Happy’s
likes and dislikes might not be the
same as his neighbors’, but that
doesn’t stop him from understand-
ing. When it comes to opinions on
hunting, Ashing, politics, ways of
farming, or whether your favorite
beverage is beer or cider, try to be
like Happy and the chances are
yonll be really happy! ,
We want to take this oppor-
tunity to announce that the
management of our shop will
be under the direction of Clyde
Boren, beginning Monday, Dec.
17. Clyde has about 15 years
of Tractor Mechanic and other
Farm Machinery work, and
should be able to give good ser-
vice to all your machinery
He has graduated from John
Deere, Case and International
factory schools, and will have
opportunity to attend Moline
factory school shortly.
Come in and meet Clyde and
let him help with your farm
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The Bogata News (Bogata, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, December 14, 1951, newspaper, December 14, 1951; Bogata, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth911453/m1/4/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.