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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 September 1956

ii:; THE NAPLES MONITOR v5® FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 1956 E ®S) Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint We are enjoying the nice cool weather and the little showers we have had this past week. We need more rain but we know it will come later. Our school opened here Friday morning and the nice program was enjoyed by the group present. The Rev. Southerland had charge of the devotionals. The teachers for this year are Leon Shaddix, Mrs. Ruby Robertson and Miss •Susie Robertson. Members of the PTA held a meeting after the regular pro- gram with Mrs. Leon Shaddix, the vice president, presiding in the absence of Mrs. Best, the presi- dent. Plans were made for the year. Our best wishes to the mem- bers of the school board and the teachers for a very successful school year. Members of the Lee family held their annual picnic at Foster's Lake last Sunday. All the children were present except one sister who did not attend. Mr. and Mrs. Shep Granberry, Mrs. Joe Williams, Miss Alice Or- mond and Mrs. Mattie F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 September 1956

4s " , • * THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 1956 | . *''', "> ' m pF1* What We Offer ¥M " . * ANNUAL WAGE ' ■ &ii > ■ - ■" 'h |l: *.\<f >* mm:-. ' h. -Ft •>' rf\, . ■ • ■ f HnnuML «MUt INCREASE feS v.1--' " ■ ' "" .■ ■■ ■ 'f*?V. ' ■ ■ 4- Iv -"1 |H' •; The standard hourly wage scale shall be increased as follows: Effective as of September 7, 1956: Combine Job Class 1 with Job Class 2; increase the Job Class 2 rate 7.5 cents per hour; increase all other job classes by 7.5 cents per hour and to reflect 0.3 cents per hour increase in increments between job classes. Effective as of September 7, 1957: Increase Job Class 2 rate by 7.0 cents per hour; increase all other job classes by 7.0 cents per hour and to reflect 0.2 cents per hour increase in increments between job classes. Effective as of September 7, 1958: Increase Job Class 2 rate by 7.0 cents per hour; increase all other job classes by 7.0 cents per hour and to reflect 0.2 cents per hour increase in increment...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 September 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR w 1 FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 1954 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Falls car- vied Charles Welborn to Tyler Monday, where he has entered Tyler Junior College for this se- mester Mrs. J. B. Osborn and Tomie Harvey were business visitors at Texarkana Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sullivan spent the Labor Day holidays at Hot Springs. Dependable Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Osborn visit- ed Sunday afternoon at Paris with their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Kelly and children. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McDonald and Bruce of Waxahachie spent the Labor Day holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gauntt of Roswell, N. M., spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Porter Presley. The Rev. and Mrs. Ewell Oliver, pastor of the County Line Baptist Church, ate dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis High. Dr. Ben Floyd of Bergstrom Air Force Base at Austin spent Tuesday through Saturday of last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Flovd. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hassell, Morris William and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 September 1956

- - ' ... iV I 1 I C! Is % 1 I TT' ^ I- - - NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1956 VOLl'ME 71 NUMBER 7 LOSE TO NEW BOSTON Chamber Elects Smith President S. T. Smith will Head the Naples chamber of commerce for the ne$ct 15 months. He was elected by eight mem- bers of the board of directors who attended the meeting at Bo- hannan's Cafe Monday night. Page Bennett was elected vice president and Lenoy Slider secretary^jjd treasurer. declined to serve because he said he could not be present at all meetings because of his dairy business. The secretary's office was de- cided by the flip of a coin after a tie vote between E. E. Shirey and Lenoy Slider. . Three commit es were appofnt- ed by Tommy jker, who was in The new oMeers will be dS" ^ " ed at a dinner meeting to be held the second Monday night in Octo- ber at the Pewitt school cafeteria. The outgoing officers are Ed Thompson, president, Billy Ted, Coker, vice presid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 September 1956

MONITOC FR40AY, SEPT. 14. 195* •%%* *■ the brahma corral INTRODUCING NEW TEACHERS Miw Mary Go!dr<>iith — Miss Goldsmith is from Sulphur Springs and attended East Texas State Teachers College. She is our commercial teacher and will be the annual sponsor. Miss Gold- smith lives in Omaha. Mr. A. T. Brian — Mr. Brian was born in Camden, Ark. and is a graduate from Fair- view high school in Camden. He served five years in the U. S. Ar- my. Mr. Brian received his BSE and MSE at Henderson State Teachers College. He teaches science and is assistant football coach. He is married and has four children. Mr. Billy Noble — The band instructor, Mr. Noble, is from Kilgore, Texas. He is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin college and he played the trom- J REEDY KILOWATT® So-called preference cus- tomers get first call on elec- tric power from all federal power projects. Thus a small group gets a chance at the benefits from projects built with all the taxpayers' money. Not quite fair, is it? I *4^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 September 1956

IT'Tw THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, \956 Corn iar -i B 11 II By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. James Knight brought a good sermon from Genesis 1:1. There was a fine attendance on a brisk fall day. - The M.Y.F sub-district meeting will be held at Cornett on Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. All M.Y.F.'ers be on hand to rotain the banner. Marvin Betls came to church Sunday but hoped to enjoy a birthday dinner when he returned to Daingerfield Sunday. Mrs. Betts and son, Ernest, were celebrating their birthday with a dinner in their home Sunday. The superintendent of schools, Mr. J. D. Betts of Sabine, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Betts last Sunday night. Mrs. Charlie Hampton honored her mother, Mrs. L. C. Rea of Na- ples, with a birthday dinner Sun- day in the Hampton home. All the family was present to celebrate her 88th birthday. Miss Daisy Heard visited her aunt, Mrs. Annie Mae Steger of Linden, Saturday night. Mrs. Bera Grant chaperoned a group to the Fosters Lake skating rink Sat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 September 1956

THE MAPtfS MdNRTOft FRIDAY, SiPT. 14, mi LOW PRICE Discontinued Brands I *Y I Board Meeting Night Changed > mm i S'' .i , ( - i ( t~- >'* WEST COA! LUMBER v The Pewitt school board chang- ed its regular meeting night to the first Monday night of each month at the regular meeting held last week. The meeting night has been the first Tuesday of each month but was changed because of the conflict in schedule for some of the board members. In other actions at the meeting last week, the board made faculty changes, 'ieceived and approved financial reports, okayed changes in the bus routes and approved the plan of the principal for reg- ulating students who leave the campus for lunch. The resignations of Mrs. Ina Gibson and Mrs. Douglas Wright were accepted and Mrs. *0. D. Loffer was elected to teach in the school with an assignment to grade 6B, The special education position vacated by Mrs. Wright will not be filled this year. For students to leave the cam- pus during the lunch period...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 September 1956

yy*' *2 "•'' — THE NAPLES MONITOR i m FRID aY. Daltcn NOTICE Will the ladies who brought food during our recent bereave- ment please come by the base- ment of the Baptist Church and pick up their dishes. Mrs. Frank Dawson FOR SALE: 1949 model 2-door Chevrolet. In good condition. Mrs. Buck Hicks, Naples, Tex. 7-2p jooocoooooooc-DOOOC rW* / BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. WDOOQOOOOQCIODODM' Dr. I. M. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE OPEN Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday - Friday - Saturday FOR RENT: Two garage apart- ments, 4 rooms and bath. Mrs. J. M. Hampton. 50-tc FOR RENT: Three room apart- ment or two bedrooms. Mrs. A. J. Davis. 4-c Fishing Season Is Here Large red wriggler fishing worms, across from depot. Dainels, phone 215. 45-tc FOR RENT: Air conditioned bedroom. Mrs. C. J. Vaughan. 42-c RADIO and TV Service • PROMPT and • DEPENDABLE TELEPHONE 97-J BOB WHITENER casacatrts=s«i^sas=£eaEseswtS£a«fcis ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 September 1956

*r<"':'t ■ ' ' -;~W • -1 . wm^rn M||g p^ f.- THI NAFLKS MONITOR FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1956 Douglassviile '« * m. ji • ■ v E 9 £#, By Mrs. B. W. Swint We are enjoying the nice cool weather but no rain here yet. The Rev. Louis Knight filled his pulpit here Sunday morning and evening. We were very glad to have the Rev. Joe Z. Tower and Mrs. Tower, Mrs. Daphne Woods, Mrs. Mary Francis Milwee and Edward Mulcahy of Lufkin at church services Sunday morning. Mrs. H. 0. Allen was called to Memphis, Tenn. this weekend to be with a friend, Mrs. Davis who will undergo a major operation on the head Monday morning. Mrs. Allen left this Sunday morn- ing via bus for Memphis. Mrs. Viola Swint returned this week from Colorado where she has been on a vacation with rela- tives. She reported a wonderful trip. Mrs. J. C. Morriss returned this week from California where she has been visiting her children and grandchildren. Mr. Morriss met her in Dallas Friday. W. E. Swint is in the Naples hospital after su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 September 1956

■ •v'" 0tm, i; w Marietta lat * y Mrs. R. L. Harris The W.M.U. meeting for Sep- tember 5th was Bible Study. Bro. Larry Foster led the study from cts 22. Eight members were ijesent. The Marietta school began on Sept. 4. The Rev. Larry Foster gave a very interesting talk dur- ing the opening exercise. Some patriotic songs were sung by the group accompanied at the piano by Mrs. A. E. Loffer. Immediately after the opening exercise the Mother's Club held its first meet- ing of the year. Mrs. Lawrence McCoy, last year's president, pre- sided at the meeting at which the following new officers were elect- ed: president, Mrs. A. J. Elliott; vice president, Mrs. Tom B. Smith; and secretary and treasurer, Mrs. A. G. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Royce Shaddix and boys have moved to Avinger where Mrs. Shaddix will be on the faculty of the Avinger school. The Rev. and Mrs. Larry Foster and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rabinbon were dinner guests Friday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. J...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 September 1956

mm " ml " pp§gt ? ■ ! tHB NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1956 PERSONAL t Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McDaniel and Randal took Jimmie Harold to College Station Thursday to enter A and M College for the fall se- mester. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Tidwell had as their guests over the Labor Day holidays his niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Rheinhard ;and Randy of San Antonio. Mr. and Mrs. Cully Vaughan have moved to Fort Worth. He will enter TCU as a business major and Mrs. Vaughan is em- ployed at Convair. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gregory and Julie of Dallas spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Strickland and Martha. Miss Betty Vaughan has entered TCU at Fort Worth for the. fall term. Miss Vaughan is a junior. A-3c William T. Grimes, who is stationed at Carswell air force base at Fort Worth, spent the week end with home folks. A-lc Bobby Masters of West Virginia was a guest in the Foster home, also. * I* tl We Have Just Received A Complete Line of coty's COSMETICS Wyninegar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 September 1956

mmmjmmm ^ t > ■ nnttor ' NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 71 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 1956 NUMBER 8 WALKOUT LASTS 12 DAYS \ , Strike Settled/ Steel Workers On Job The 12-day old strike by ap- proximately 3,000 employees of the Lone Star Steel company end- ed at midnight Tuesday. Members of the local 4143, United Steelworkers, voted to ac- cept the new contract negotiated by union and company officials and agreed on by their commit- tees earlier in the day. A public relations official at the plant said Wednesday afternoon all employees would be back on the job as soon as they reported for work and the shift schedule could be worked out. Some of the workers went back to their jobs following the sign- ing of the contract about mid- night Tuesday. Officials said they expected the mill to be back on a full produc- tion schedule within three or four days. "We will get back into full production with a minimum of delay because we were ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 September 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR lliii -■"♦fosaif FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 195* i fe - . Cornett By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School met at 10:30 and there was a fine attendance. The sub-district meeting will be held with Cornett the host church Monday night at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lawless re- port their son, Murlin Lawless, an oil driller at Odessa, was in- jured last week. He received a compound fracture of both legs and other injuries. We regret the accident. Mrs. Lawless is a sister of Mrs. William Currey. The L. O. Wheat family at Miss Daisy Heard's rent property spent Thursday and Frid. ;' visiting in Cooper. The Prator family moved to Lone Star last week. School is in full swing now. The football season is underway. Col- lege students are going back to college. Mrs. Bennie Mae Jordan spent Sunday night last week with Mrs. H. C. Arnold and the two spent Monday with Mrs. Deannie Bunch and Mrs. Ada Gibson at Mrs. Bunch's home in Hughes Springs. The Tucker family honored their son and daughter,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 September 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 1956 the brahmo corral F. F. A. The Pewitt Chapter of Future Farmers of America met in a reg- ular meeting Wednesday, Sept. 12, in the Vocational Agriculture building and elected the follow- ing officers for the 1956-57 school year: president, Charles Johnson; I vice . president, Gerald Presley; secretary, Bobby Van Rachel; treasurer, Joe Parham; reporter, Kerry Hicks; sentinel, Gene Sos- bee; and R. D. Bearden, advisor. Lenna Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Robinson of Naples, was elected chapter sweet- heart. Johnny Joiner, out-going president, presided over the meet- ing. Plans for attending the state fair Rural Youth Day on Oct. 6 were discussed. NEW TEACHERS Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Huckabee Mrs. Huckabee was born at El Dorado, Ark. and attended Gur- don high school. She attended college at Southern State College in Maguolia. Ark. Mr. Huckabee was born at Spring Hill, Arkansas and attend- ed high school there. He attended where he receiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 September 1956

mm m - THE NAPLES MONITOR |HAM^O?r^OUJMN| SPECIALS for This Week <*GCU' 3 ft?' 1W' ' mm J Close Out \ X / DeSoto •: PAINT 0 Porch and Floor | ENAMEL )) Reg. $4.70 I' ' - Special $3.95 Hp \ DeSoto | Inside Paint 0 Reg. $4.98 | Special S4.05 P'; ' p:. ,-v S?-' V and windows, Window Glass Walirite Paper mm FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, j|jg|| Series of Parties Given jor Miss Coker A series of parlies honoring Miss Paulette Coker, bride elect of Lt. Charles Smith were held during the past week. Mrs. Leon Coker Sr. and Mrs. Leon Coker Jr. of Little Rock were hostesses to a coffee Friday, Sept. 14 at Mrs. Coker's home here honoring the bride elect. Twenty five guests were present for the occasion. The table was laid with a pink embroidered organdy cloth, cen- tered with an arrangement of pink carnations and dubonnet prince feathers flanked with pink tapers. A miniature reproduction of the bridal party was placed in front of the arrangement. Nosegays of carnations and tulle were formed at the corne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 September 1956

: , • ,w..' '■ ' ■■ ' ' " v':' " • ,' : THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 1956 It, i WANT ADS FOR SALE: %1949 model 2-door Chevrolet. In good condition. Mrs. Buck Hicks, Naples, Tex. 7-2p m i eooososoosooooooa BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. KXXX OOOOCX5C)OOCX Dr. I. M. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE OPEN _ Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday - Friday - Saturday ■pnvt RENT: Two garage apart- WANT several children to take care of. One child $10, two chil- dren $15 per week. Mrs. J. S. Mize, P.O. Box 44. 8-3tp OPEN SOON H and IVI T. V. SERVICE SHOP Fishicig Season Is Here Large red wriggler fishing worms, across from depot. Dainels, phone 215. 45-tc r-x-x. STRAYED: 1 Hampshire Hog, 130 lb, from Pewitt school farm. Please notify Pewitt school or Bob Bearden. 8-ltc FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom, bath, combination living and dining room, den, double garage, 40 acres land, live water. One half mile from town. Bill Davi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 September 1956

KSh -H THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 1956 Douglassviile By Mrs. B. W. Swint We are still having a lot ox dry, hot weather and September is al- most gone and no promise of rain in sight. We are grieved because of the passing of two of our friends and neighbors. Dewitt McCall passed away at his home last Sunday night. Hel had been ill for some time but his sudden death was a shock to all of us. His children, Mrs. Dalton of Grapevine and her family, Mrs. Hilligoss of Peru, Ind. and her family, Mrs. Duffer of New Boston and family, Mrs. M. A. Martin and-husband of Ar- lington, Mrs. McDommitt and fam- ily of Arlington and Mrs. Sim- mons and husband of Tyler, his sons, John, Charles, Rogers and Hugh of Douglassviile and their families, and his sisters, Mrs. Janie Miles of El Paso, Mrs. Zilpha Pilcher and daughter, "Jhelma, of Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Trotter of Houston and Mrs. Leon Snively of San Antonio attended the fun- eral services here on Wednesday at 10 a.m. On Sunday afternoo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 September 1956

V" ™ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 1956 Marietta I nut % Mrs. R. L. Harris The W. M. U. observed "Week of Prayer" Tuesday, Sept. 11th for home missions. After the open- ing song, Mrs. Lucy Rogers led in prayer. Mrs. Audrey Smith was 4he leader and read for the de- itional Gen. 12:1-7. Several mem- rs took part in the discussion. Ten members were present. A series of prayer for home missions closed the meeting. On Tuesday night a group at- tended the revival at Oak Grove in Texarkana where Bro. Del Feh- senfel was the evangelist. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wommack, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Spurger, L. E. Loffer, Mr. and Mrs. Stringer, Mrs. Lucy Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Robinson and Mrs. Anice Hancock. Morris Wayne Castner of Lub- bock is spending the week with his aunt, Mrs. S. E. Fletcher and family. Billy Gene McCoy is at home after being hospitalized for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wommack of Port Neches spent Saturday night in the R. J. Wommack home en route to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 September 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 19M PERSONAL Mrs. Glynn Davis accompanied Mrs. James R. Moore of Omaha to Garland last Saturday. Mrs. Davis visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Carrol and children and Mrs. Moore visited relatives at Dallas. Miss Agnes Buchannan left Tuesday to enter college at E.T.S. T.C. at Commerce for her sopho- 1 more year. We Have Just Received A Complete Line of coty's COSMETICS , • >?*>. ■ ^ m*"' Wyninegar Pharmacy Miss Pat Hampton left Wednes- day to enter college at E.T.S.T.C. at Commerce. Mrs. E. J. Leeves and Mrs. M. B. Hampton went to Galveston Saturday. Mrs. Leeves visited her son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leeves and Mrs. Hamp- ton visited with her daughter, Ouida. Mrs. Myrtice Porter accom- panied them as far as Baytown for a visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Vaughn and Jimmie. George Thomas Brabham has returned to SMU at Dallas to re- sume his studies. Miss Barbara Tomberlain left Tuesday to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 September 1956

1 Wm m VOLUME 71 We hate to be a tattle tale, but ■ Football fans, you'd better watch your speed- ometer. The eyes of Texas are upon you. The radar eyes of the Texas Department of Public Safety, that is. The department this year has been setting up its radar equipment near towns where there is heavy traffic to and from football games. A couple of weeks ago, it was near Mt. Pleasant. Last week, it was in the Linden area. And the two nets gathered in an even 100 on charges of speeding. The department set up for business on highway 271 near Mt. Pleasant two weeks ago when the Kilgore team went to Mt. Pleasant for the football game. By the time the evil eye had done its deed, 21 persons had been hauled in and fined $20.50 each for speeding. NUMBER 9 NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, SEPT. 28, 1956 Mt. Pleasant people got a kick out of it. But last week, the tables were turned. Mt. Pleasant's fans had to go to Atlanta for their ...

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