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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 October 1956

THE NAi-LES MONITOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1956 LIVE BETTER... $369.95 LESS $70 TRADE IN Cleans and re-cleans wash water to give you cleaner clothes. Lint is caught in filter —not on your clothes. Sand and soap scum are automatic- ally removed as wash water continuously circulates. WO LINT FUZZ ON CLOTHES! o 50% more clothes capacity than many other automatics • Water Saver for small loads • Warm and Cold Water Rinses to save {lot watei • Famous G-E Activator® Washing Action • 5-Year Warranty on sealed-in transmission now with 2 WASH SPUDS! 2 SPIN SPUDS! Your choice of Normal or alow for wash, Normal or Slow for spin ... or any combination to suit any washable fabric! MODEL WA-850P ZASY TERMS fh LIVE BETTER ★ New Faster-Than-Gas Calrod® Cooking Unit: Giant new 2600-watt surface unit Is actually oyer 20% faster than gas I* ★ Modern Pushbuttons Five exact cooking heats for each surfaco unit *,r nertips! K In this G-E "Thrifty 40" you get a famous name, famous quality, famous speed-cookin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 October 1956

Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint We are enjoying the nice cool weather and the little rain last week. We are needing much more i^in and we hope to get it soon. Afames Paul, Bonnie Jo and ^Wary Ann Baker, Roy Chapman, Mary Lee Morriss and children of Atlanta school attended the Fair in Dallas Saturday. Charlie Warrington was surpris- ed Saturday on his 75th birthday when his relatives and friends came for a covered dish luncheon. The following relatives were pres- ent, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Warring- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Barch and children of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Warrington and Mrs. Lena Warrington of Vivian, La., Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Foster of Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Warrington of Maud, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith of Marshall and Mrs. Viola Swint. Mr. War- rington blew out the 75 candles and wished that all of them would be present on his 85 birthday. Our best wishes to him for many more happy birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McCoy and Mrs. H. 0. Allen Sr. visited Mrs....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 October 1956

-x • *'$> THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 195« Hi0 lis PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coleman of Los Angeles, Calif, are visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thompson and children and with relatives at New Boston. Tomie Harvey was taken to a hospital in Dallas Wednesday for treatment of an injured back. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Key and children of Daingerfield spent last Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gamble. Saturday Only Brock and Mills Miss Sally Falls of Fort Worth was a week end guest with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Falls Sr. Miss Falls is a student at St. Michael's School of Nursing at Fort Worth and is the daughter of Mr. and ?'rs. J. M. Falls Jr. of Shreveport. Mrs. Janie Hampton returned home Saturday after a two weeks visit in Lubbock with her sister, Mrs. Mag Dycus and children. She spent a few days in Fort Worth with her daughter, Mrs. Rena Lobdell and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Miller. The Millers brought her home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jordan of Longview...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1956

JSLil Ki VOLUME 71 I Drouth Aid Program eadline Extended j ■ ■ The emergency feed program has been extended for Cass and Morris counties and a new federal appropriation will revive the bankrupt roughage program. Paul T. Hanes of Linden, county supervisor, was notified Monday of the extension by Walter T. Mc- Kay, state director of the Farmers Home Administration. Under the extension, farmers and ranchers may file applications through Dec. 3 for a supply of feed grain necessary to carry basic livestock herds through Dec. 31. This extension of the emergen- «y feed grain program now coin- cides with the assistance available under the roughage program for Texas and enables county FHA committees to consider total feed requirements, both roughage and grain, through Dec. 31. BgaiBBBSs#- Monitoring MAIN STREET If:?5? mil # I 1 tern - i I i 1 f ? Kelp— Producing The Monitor is a week-long job. It isn't all done on Wednesday afternoon or Thursday morning. For that reason, we appeal to those w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1956

- KS*. . OliW - 1& i -8 K I Wm& life &>4 FRSOAY. DCTC'S = 5 '? ?5^ NEWS A** your County Extension. j£££Lm t, 9. i o+*l-. b3a*r. m p.Tif :.T.igt tiCa Oct 1 axd aqp«>eto p.-x-uctwo Jroa lEthar- vesww a*.:t*ge Texaar If&i prv- i^eetwe ouCtan crop at isjtiac*ge«! frw« tbe ZA/tfiMW bales ioreeatE! a «w«Bb af Tbe 1*5* ere? a otn-n 14 per twos fjobs i year ago and it the sfagrtest how U©fc Pn^dncuoe h below jrveragt a afi dryland duanm except tat Coast- al Bead where crops were off to an easellest start ahead of tbe droath. Above average production is espectetf fro® irrigated dis- tricts with a reeord-Jarge erop in- dicated for tbe Traiw-Pecos area, x * # * At a recent meeting of farm market managers from East Texas marketing points, each manager reviewed tie season's wort. A shortage of adequate volume, but general!v satisfactory prices wag common at all points. Sales per market ranged from a low of $35,- 000 to $5WJm. U was agreed next season's vegetable acreage on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1956 * Marietta m By Mrs. R. L. Harris A daughter was born at the Ti- us County Memorial Hospital at -it. Pleasant last week to the Rev. and Mrs. James Day. J^ss Marilyn Smith, a student a^Slxas State College for Women at Denton, spent the week end at home. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Stone and Laticia were visitors to the State Fair in Dallas Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan of Naples visited in the home of Mrs. Vada Harris Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harris of Gladewater visited in the R. R. Spurger, W. E. Harris and Mrs. Vada Harris homes Sunday. lis ®1I® Miss Carolyn Spurger of Fort Worth spent the week end with her parents, the R. R. Spurgers. Mrs. L. L. Rowland of Canton is spending a few days in the R. L. Harris home. The Gleaners Sunday School Class met in the home of Mrs. J. T. Robinson Monday night for a business and social meeting with 12 present. The devotional was given by Miss Veneta Hancock. Mrs. R. R. Spurger was in charge during a s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1956

.py™', ■■■ v I f ^r. >-< •: y':' * *" •*,sy-^i'*F,¥>w - * ■v,- • • •.. m. Jffi V ... i*!: • I ik THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1956 mm • wm % m ^. *: "S; % ' * " S ' ' •v.. ,,■• LIVE BETTER Electrically * *&#; i - Easily Removed <| for Cleaning % Matching C-E Dryer, Model DA720N AUTOMATIC WASHER $369.95 LESS $70 TRADE IN * New. 1956 General Electric Fumr-Fw Washer Removes Lint; Sand and Soap Scum How the G-E FILTER-FLO Washer Works This new General Electric Washer circulates and filters your wash water at the rate of six gallons per minute—to give you whiter, brighter clothes. As the Filter-Flo Washing System circulates the water, sand settles out the bottom of wash- basket,, soap scum floats away, lint is trapped in the filter, which lets only cleansed, sudsy water flow back into the washbasket. Big Capacity, too! This new G-E has over 50% more clothes capacity than many other automatics. No need to split a big wash into two separate loads. Plus Water Saver...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1956

f the brahma corral PEWITT SCHOOL NEWS r School Calendar Friday night, October 19, the Pewitt Brahmas play host to the Talco Trojans. Kick off time will be 7:45. Monday night, October 22, the Band Booster Club meeting at 7:00 <j8|k'n. at the cafeteria. ^WWednesday, October 24, the North East Texas Association of secondary schools and colleges will hold its first meeting at 7:30 at the East Texas State Teachers College.' Friday, October 26, the Pewitt Brahmas play host to Linden. The time of the kick off is 7:45. I . I SI® • r* .ir. - I I 1 . 'ir'- 1 I I m ^Sheriff, Morris County Ab Howell for Tax Assessor-Collector Jerry L. Chambliss Constable, Precinct 4 Ivy Betts For Congress Wright Patman ■ Our Boy of the Week Om boy of the week has brown hair and blue eyes. He is 5 feet 7 inches tall. He is a senior and president of the senior class. His favorite song "is 'Green Door' and his pet peeve is for Miss Koon to pinch him. His favorite person is Coach Brian and his favorite sport is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1956

THE NAPLES ITO* HAMPTON'S COLUMN SPECIALS lor This Week SPECIAL Quantity Prices Super Kern-Tone 5 Gallon Lot WSm. I * i WINTER Re-Roof insulate Weather Strip for windows and doors iFRIDAY, OCTOBER IV, 1956 IVliss Harrison Honored With Bridal Shower The home of Mrs. Lee Davis was the .setting for a bridal .show- er last Thursday night compli- menting Miss Bobby Harrison, bride-elect of James Day. Co-hostesses were Mrs. O. J. Fink, Mrs. Clifton Brock, Mrs. Clois Hicks, Mrs. Monnie Free- man, Mrs. M. B. Davenport, and Mrs. Claud Carlton. The dining .table was laid with a -white net cloth over white satin. A milk glass epargne held an ar- rangement of pink and white flowers, the chosen colors of the bride-elect. Receiving the guests were Mrs. Davis, the bonoree, the honoree's mother. Mrs. Tommie Harrison, the prospective groom's mother, Mrs. Dewey Day, her grandmoth- er, Mrs. B. L. Duffer and sister, Miss Francis Day. Miss Patsy Harrison, sister of the bride-elect, was in charge of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1956

;,/ >- ,><' ^mmsm WAMT BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. ooocx5ocooc oooc<> SUBSCRIPTION DUE? DON'T FORGET TO RENEW WANTED TO BUY: Farm with home and 40 to 50 acres of land. Slider Real Estate. Dr. I. M. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE OPEN Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday - Friday - Saturday =WJ= FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Custom- line 4-door. 17,000 actual miles. Like new condition. Chester Coker Motor Company. m f HANNER FUNERAL HOME Phone 38 Naples, Texas AMBULANCE SERVICE Any Where - Any Time Oxygen and Resuscitator Equipped C3W rltSt=fcCMM =fl=a=I!r8^^ \ 1 !€■■ ft Fishing Season Is Here Large red wriggler fishing worms, across from depot. Daniels, phone 215. 45-tc Flowers For All Occasions J THE FLOWER MART LOST: Between my " home and Harkey-Lassater pool Thursday evening of last week, one Chevro- let wheel mounted with 600x16 tire. Tire never been used. Re- ward. Steve Brock, Pryans Mill. Dr. C....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR ipil IIIJU II IJPIIRI ....,.... FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1956 Cornett By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. J a pies Knight brought, a splendid sermon Sunday from the scripture, Deut. 32:7-14. The title of his message was "The Eagle Stirreth Her Nest". There was a fair attendance out to wor- ship, considering so many fairs in progress around the state and nearby towns. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Penny and family from Andrews, Texas vis- ited several days in the C. B. Hampton home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hamp- ton spent Sunday in Tyler. Mrs. C. B. Hampton has been at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. L. C. Rea, who has been ill. Mr. Lewis Elmore May of near Texarkana visited a relative, Mrs. Bera Grant, and Miss Sarah Eitel on the week end. Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. McCord and children attended the Stale Fair in Dallas Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill and chil- dren are visiting her parents, the Billy Thomases, this week. The Hills are from Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Betts madt e to...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1956

ftf 1- ' ht Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint The Rev. Louis Knight filled his pulpit here Sunday morning and evening. f jlvss Duke is at the home of his daughter in Hughes Springs. He is •^fcwly improving after suffering ^Pstroke last week. Mrs. Duke is with him. Lon Granberry has been quite ill for sometime at his home. We send greetings to these friends for a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Odell Wright and girls of Karnack were dinner guest in Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Parrish's home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morriss met James Morriss of California at the airport in Texarkana Saturday and they visited or vacationed in Little Rock, Ark. on Sunday. James will return here next week for a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Lemons of Linden were guests in Miss Alice Ormond's home Friday. Mrs. Pardue of Maud is visiting | her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John McCall this past week and this week. Mr. and Mrs, George Brook of Carrizo Springs are visiting in Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sw...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 October 1956

Gk i gv t ? the naples monitor friday, october 19, 1956 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. James Dawson of Dallas and Mrs. Billy Dawson, Sheri and Michele of Garland vis- ited recently with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. James David John- son of Wiggins, Miss, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boover, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Caraway and Bradley of Benton, La. spent last Wednesday and Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Vis- sering. George Alvin returned with his parents after spending a week with his grandparents. Mrs. Otho Eakin spent several days last week visiting at Wichita' Falls and Snyder. funtime slipperettes Clever! One size fits every foot—tucks away for travel. Nylon or worsted in lush colors. funtime ar m slipperettes Room to grow In. One i' size (Its every Juniot foot. Nylon with , white wonted, but- jp: ton-eyed pom. £ $1.95 . $1.65 Use Our Lay-Away Plan norma s dress shop Phone 125-W Mrs. Vasco ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1956

r f < * t 10" its NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 71 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEXV FRIDAY, OCT. 26, 1956 NUMBER 13 4 SECOND CONFERENCE GAME irewitt Faces Linden Here Friday Pewitt and Linden both put per- fect conference records on the line Friday night when they get together at Pewitt Stadium for a District 14A football game. The Brahmas won their opening conference game, 20-13, last Fri- day night over the Talco Trojans while the Tigers were v/inning their second conference game over the Hughes Springs Mustangs by a score of 37-7. Linden had won over Bogata the week before. The Brahmas had to come from behind in ihe last quarter of the game to win over the Trojans. They trailed, 13-7, going into Ihe last period. Staff Celebrates 8th Birthday of Hospital With Dinner dtaif physicians, are shown cutting the birthday cake. In addition to members of the hospital staff, guests present were Mrs Wise and sons, Doug, Tim, Tom and Dickie, Mrs. E. J. Leeves, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1956

f'--I • v> -. > t ■ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1956 NEWS A"*, jour County Extension. By R. J. Dean A recent estimate by the Agri- culture Research Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture says the damage to hide and flesh of each grub infested animal is more than $7 per head. The aver- age annual loss in cattle grubs is conservatively estimated at $100,- 000,000. A survey by the Ameri- can National Cattlemen's Associa- tion showed grubs in second place among harmful parasites of cattle, by the cattleman's own estimate. Yet, the same survey showed only 37.7 per cent of the cattlemen applying any control measures. * The best control is the applica- tion of rotenone as a spray or dust applied three or four times dur- ing the period when the grubs are in the back of the animals. Newer methods of control by the use of a systemic poison show promise but have not been ap- proved for general use. There are two species of cattle "grubs, the common and the north- ern. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1956

mm j np -• m, ■ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 76, T9S6 V By Mrs. B. W. Swint On Monday evening, Oct. 29, you are invited to come to the school for your evening meal. The Halloween Party and program will be held after the 6 o'clock dinner. There will be a fishpond for the children. Everyone will want to attend this party and see our school in action. Members of the Christian Board of Education are urged to be present Thursday evening, Oct. 25, at 7:30 p.m. at the church for an important meeting. Rutland Morriss and girls, Mary Lee and Elizabeth Ann, and Ottis Betts and Myra Beth attended the rodeo at Huntsville over the week end. They attended church serv ices at the First Methodist Church and heard the Rev. Chester White at the morning service. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Oliver oi Bastrop, La., and her sister, Mrs. Simmons of Marshall, visited rela- tives and friends last week here. James Morriss of South San Francisco, Calif, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mor- riss, thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1956

HAMPTON'S COLUMN THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, 0CT03ER 26, 1956 SPECIALS This Week '«*■ m Used m Sheet Iron (BEEN NAILED UP 1 TIME) Miss Dawn Yvonne Schneider To Be Married To Joe Ward Russell Dec- 1 *6.75 per square For Sale or Rent Newly ckcorated 2-bedroom house, in city limits, Atlanta highway. Immediate posses- sion. If you want it moved, we will move it for you. Lumber West Coast Fir ALL GRADES Economy 7 2c ft Utility 10 c Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Schneider of Dallas have announced the en- gagement and approaching mar- riage of their daughter, Dawn Yvonne, to Joe Ward Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Russell of Naples. The couple will be married on Dec. 1 at the Hampton Place Bap- tist Church at Dallas. The bride-elect is a graduate of Sunset high school at Dallas and attended North Texas State College at Denton, The prospec- tive groom is a graduate of Naples high school and received his de- gree at East Texas State Teachers College at Commerce. The announcement of the en- gageme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1956

-rV^j FOR SALE: My farm, 8 miles >ast of Naples on highway 77. Fletcher E. Albright. 13-c BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON JFURNITURE CO. OMOOOKOOOQOOCOO WANTED TO BUY: Farm with home and 40 to 50 acres of land. Slider Real Estate. Dr. I. M. Watson OPTOMETRIST - NAPLES OFFICE OPEN Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday - Friday - Saturday SSP3K=&3J=SPa=8=8=ra FOR SALE: Nortex seed oats. Custom seeding. Pewitt Vocational Agriculture Department." R. D. Bearden 13-lc !l£3SS!33=£ea£SW«ca=S{=S=M^ HAMMER FUNERAL HOME Phone 38 Naples, Texas AMBULANCE SERVICE Any Where - Any Time Oxygen and Resuscitate* 1 Equipped Fishing Season Is Here Large red wriggler fishing worms, across from depot. Daniels, phone 215. _ 45-tc Flowers For All Occasions f WE BUY old rags, aluminum copper and brass. Cookville Sal- vage, Cookville, Texas. 10-4tp FOR SALE: House in South Heights with two bedrooms, den and separate garage. FHA financ- ed. Lou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1956

*§?*' $ ^ * ' . ^1 f '•". • •/? v;\ - •'•-■ ". s% '&'■"*• ' "■ c. - l ' ., " V-J ^ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1956 the brahma corral PEWITT SCHOOL NEWS School Calendar Friday night, October 26, the Pewitt Brahmas play hosts lo the Linden Tigers. Kickoff time is 7:45 p.m. Tuesday night, October 30, the Junior high football team plays Talco there. Homemaking News The officers for the sixth per- iod Homemaking III Class were elected Monday. They are Gail Simpson, president; Ruth Pope, vice president; Carol Ann Knight, secretary; Sue Higgins, treasurer; Thelma Morgan, parliamentarian; Donna Towler, historian; and Vicki Giroir, reporter. The officers for the fifth period Homemaking II Class are Janette Tigert, president; Nancy Shults, vice president; Pamela Morse, sec- retary; Dorothy Parris, treasurer; Jesselon Barnes, parliamentarian; Carolyn Lee, historian; Myra Beth Betts, reporter; and Jo Giroir. song leader. Junior Class News A junior class meeting was call- ed Octo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 October 1956

If1® ■■ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1956 Cornett \ 'Nliss Daisy Heard "Sujiday School was held at the usual 10:30 hour. There was a fair attendance and some visitors. The u>udden cool spell of weather pos- sibly kept some regular church- aing people away. Mr. Charles Winston Hampton L I I §##•]* 1 ■ vr: 1 I I I I I I 1 Owen's Week-End Specials V X 36 INCH CORDUROY 88c vV' LADIES 100% WOOL SUITS $15.88 LADIES NYLON TOPPERS S10.00 DOUBLE BED SIZE COTTON BLANKETS $2.98 COTTON SHEET BLANKETS SI.39 TWO FOR $2.50 ? — MENS AND BOYS SWEAT SHIRTS S1.00 IMPORTED BROADCLOTH UNIFORMS $1,98 DAN RIVER SHEETS $1.98 of Wichila Falls visited the home folks, the C. B. Hamptons, over the week end. His wife has been at the bedside of her father from Omaha, who has been hospitalized for two weeks at a veterans hos- pital in Dallas but is improved slightly and back in Omaha. Miss Fannie Walker of Naples spent Saturday night with Miss Daisy Heard. Mr. Willard Parker of Mule- shoe, Texas visi...

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