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

if >i THi NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1956 Cornett Py Miss Daisy Heard Saturday afternoon. The Mondays Sunday School was well attend- are living in Houston. ed for a cold day. There were sev- .Mrs. Grady Betts and sons and eral visitors. her mother, Mrs. Rhoda McCoy of Mrs. Bernice Hall gave a Flan-1 Douglassville visited Mr. and Mrs. nel Graph story of the birth of j Jim McCoy of Avinger Saturday •Jesus at the assembly hour. It was alternoon. thoroughly enjoyed by all. " . Mr. Bobby Gene Martinez of Mrs. W. T. Walker entertaintjdi/Dallas, who is on vacation, is visit- her Sunday School Class, the jun- ing Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Simmons, iors, with a Christmas party Fri- j and spent Sunday with Mrs. Bera day night. The class exchanged j Grant and Miss Sarah Eitel. gifts, played games and enjoyed; The MYF will have a Christmas refreshments of cup-cakes and, tree and program Wednesday punch. night and will exchange gifts. Mr. Alvie D. Currey is reported Mrs. Rhoda McCoy vis'ted...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 December 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1956 * } 6 School Bus Drivers Praised For Safety Record Texas' 7,500 school bus drivers, who, in driving 82,000,000 miles annually, consistently set the best safety record in the state, drew a salute from the Texas Railroad Association. The Association adopted a reso- lution lauding the diligence and good judgement with which the drivers protect the lives of Texas children. The resolution cet out that a school bus is listed in an accident report only on an average of once in every 410,000 miles. This is the distance equal to 16 times around the world at the equator. That record has held for the last five years, during which the school buses have traveled 410,- 000,000 miles in transporting chil- THE SHOOTING OF FIREWORKS IN THE NAPLES BUSINESS DISTRICT IS PROHIBITED BY LAW. The Ordinance Will Be Enforced PLEASE OBSERVE THE LAW i m % 5 ^V\DM cn£f s One* e«oHt *alU t* honor our mo#y ••• Gratefully w« ay: Tha k«. and nwrry CfcHitnwi. S & S SH...

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

UPWMMIPI THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1956 Pine Trees Buy Church for East Texas Town In the East Texas town of Hunt- I ington, with a population of about 2 Everybody tn this ftrmr wishes each and every one a Wonderfully Merry Christmas! Lj \Y/ Farm Supply a"d W Naples, Tex. ■a & m 1,000 persons, a large new Bap- tist church is being built — large- ly on the strength of pine trees. The pines are the result of a unique gift to the church from a village doctor. Dr. H. M. Wilson died two years ago and willed the church about 270 acres of land. The will stipu- lated the church could not sell the land but should practice good forestry management on the pine trees. He further stipulated that the money gained from this gift be used only for church improve- ments. Many church members at the time did not realize the value of Ihe doctor's gift. The government forester told them if they practice sound for- estry management, they can ex- pect a return of $8 per acre per year as so...

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

/ / mReservoir Will Stir Recreation Activity FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1956 THE NAPLES MONITOR [ Man and nature have teamed up now for the development of the recreational area around the Tex- arkana Reservoir. Water is now filling the lake l>ed and recreational areas around 1he lake area are being developed. James A. Carter, construction and maintenance superintendent ol the dam and reservoir, said last week that about one-third of the permanent pool reservoir is now covered with some amount of water in depths of one to five feet. He said by fall of next year, the conservation pool, which covers 20,300 acres, will have water in depths from zero at lake edge to 15 feet. The fishing will be good then, Carter said, with the catch being white perch, bream and catfish. The lake also will be stocked with bass after more water is im- pounded. A total of 100,000 pine seedlings were set out last week and eight picnic areas are being built by the government with picnic tables, barbecue pits, tr...

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

mv y THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1956 the brahma corral Corral Staff Editor Ruth Pope Associate Editor Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson I Typists Carol Ann Knight Sue Higgins Donna Towler Kerry Hicks Windell McCord Joe Lane Davis Nancy Shults Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland F.F.A. Reporter Sports Editor Band Reporter Special Reporter Class Reporters FFA News All 44 students enrolled in Vo- cational Agriculture completed their supervised farming program last week for the coming year. The students plan to complete 76 farming enterprises which include the production of 17 head of beef calves fed out, 29 breeding beef calves and cows for calves, seven beef heifers developed, five dairy cows, eight hogs for pork, four brood sows, nine gilts for pig pro- duction, 300 broilers, 225 laying hens, 14 rabbits, 71 acres of oats, 42 acres of corn, 19 acres of wa- termelons, nine acres of peanuts, 91 turkeys and eight acres of cotton. The Vocational...

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

« W?I 6?''-' '>■ DEPR3s?. \ . Vm| jSUm -•-" *tv •' 0L1|^ 5fomlrs Mmtttnr NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 71 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, DEC. 28, 1956 'V NUMBER 22 Monitor Will Look Different The Monitor will look different next week. It will read different, too. A major change which will include a new, more modern style of make-up and appearance, more space and new features are planned for the Jan. 4 edition. The page size will be increased by one column to afford more space for news, pictures and feature stories. The style of makeup will be changed to make reading the paper easier. Among the new regular features will be Petticoat Patter, an editorial section. Calendar of Events, Tex Sez, W-H-E-E the People and others. Petticoat Patter will be a chatty column written by Mrs. E. A. Strickland of The Monitor staff about the activities of clubs, local women or anything else of interest to local women. Tex Sez will be a short feature of words ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 December 1956

<vt E;' Six;®5 V k f A. i THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1956 Douglassville By Mr*. B. W. Swint Old man winter seems to be on his way to visit us during the Christmas holidays. ^ Everyone seems to he having the Christmas spirit on this £? day. The children and their fao, ilies are returning home for Christmas. On this Sunday morning, the following visitors attended church services at the Methodist Church: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Livingston of Houston and his mother, Mrs. C. II. Livingston of Ft. Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Willis of Birming- ham. Ala., Miss Katherine Mc- Whorter of Denton, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Knight and baby of Lanier. Mr. and Mrs. Livingston and Mrs. Livingston are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Logwood. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Willis are visiting his aunt, Miss Alice Or- mand and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Knight visited in the parsonage. Miss Katherine McWhorter is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Carl McWhorter, during the holi- days. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Swint Jr. and children of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 December 1956

. &• . I&- l 1 ' «, .m FOR SALE: New homemade rib- bon cane syrup. $3.50 per gallon. M. B. Hampton Builders Supply. 21-c FOR SALE: Ammunition for all makes and models of guns. Rea- sonably priced. Thompson's Fur- niture Company. 16-tc BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. WOOOOODOOOOOOOOOO FOUND: Three small pigs. Own- er may claim by paying for feed. Louis Nance. 21-3tc FOR RENT: Furnished or un furnished apartment. Mrs. J. M. IlamptP*- 50-tc FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in city limits on highway 77. M. B. Hampton. 21-tc Dr. C. W. Cromer OPTOMETRIST 212 N. Madison Mt. Pleasan:. Texas Office Closed Every Thursday Afternoon FOR RENT: Four room house with bath, one mile east of town. Mrs. J. M. Hampton. 19-tc ALL KINDS tools, knives, scis- sors, handsaws and skilsaw blades sharpened, furniture repaired. We build children's playhouses. Sam Elliott, 1 mile northwest of Mari- etta. 19-4tp' Dr. I. !VI. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 December 1956

" •V '/• * Ir. and Mrs. W. D. Moore of, Fexarkana spent Christinas day yith her sister, Mrs. 0. A. Walls Mr. and Mrs. Ciaud Owens and children of Kilgore and Mr. and Mrs. Culloni Jones and children of Houston spen. the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Tabb. Tily are Jents, Mr. is on a stationed lickman air 1, Oahu, Ha- ll accompany with Mr. and Jeming were Mr. ^yons and Mr. and pod of Dallas aud lore of DeKalb. Christmas day visitors with Mr and Mrs. Guy Ranes were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thomas, George Thom- as Jr. and Mrs. George Thomas Sr. of Daingerfield, Rafael Ranes and Miss Margie Boozer of Dallas, and Mr. and Mrs. Randall Ranes of Naples. Welch of Dallas Folidays with her par- Und Mrs. R. J. Welch. ack Vissering and Mrs blls visited Tuesday after- Fith their aunt, Mrs. Sallie r in the Red Hill community. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wills of Mes- quite were holiday guests with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McNatt and family. Mrs. J. E. Sanderson and Paul Sanderson of Dallas were ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 December 1956

THE NAPLES MONT t FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1956 ANT ADS FOR SALE: New homemade rib- bon cane syrup. $3.50 per gallon. M. B. Hampton Builders Supply. ! 21-c FOUND: Three small pigs. Own- er may claim by paying for feed. Louis Nance. 21-3tc FOR ScALE: Ammunition for ?.ll makes aid models of guns. Rea- sonably. ^priced. Thompson's Fur- niture §Ojmpany. 16-tc , (3O00CXXK<}0C fl batIiroom installed 361 Months to Pay No.?M^ney Down FHA Financing jfoN FURNITURE co. LlENT: Furnished or un- furnist7S apartment. Mrs. J. M. ma/t0Wr 50-tc t0o«, knives, scis- sors, har|j^aws and skilsaw blades sharpen«ymitUroiLre„f)ired ^ FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in city limits on highway 77. M. B. Hampton. 21-tc Dr. C. W. Cromer OPTOMETRIST 212 N. Madison Mt. Pleasant, Texas Office Closed Every Thursday Afternoon S®?SS8®SSSSSS 3eaSS8g88SSS« FOR RENT: Four room house with bath, one mile east of town. Mrs. J. M. Hampton. 19-tc David Granberry Hospital Records Admitted build chT Elliott, 1 mile ftortn etta. n!&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 December 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1956 PERSONAL Billy Walls of San Antonio is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Walls. Holiday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Grainger were her par- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge and Suzanne spent Christmas Eve and Christmas day at Texarkana with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Parker. Christmas visitors with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Falls were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Falls and Poodles of Ft. Worth, Mrs. Falls' mother, Mrs. O'Keefe of Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Creed of Redwater, Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Falls and son of Ft. Worth, and Bill Falls and Dickie of Daingerfield. ents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. ThompJk IV [rs. w: Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Brabham son of Hemphill, his mother, Mrs. Ted of Atlanta spent the I TI. G. Grainger of Sulphur Spr|^s, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Nett o Gunnison, Colo. Christmas holidays with Mr. and Vesta McMichael and Tom Quick Busin 8' Arborvitae, $8 value $3 3' Photina, S3 value $1.25 129 Scarlet Maple, $10 value $3 (Baile...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 January 1957

' kr - ?': v'. ■HR. f ., gpffi liP^SS -H 99bHRWF Over Million Dollars Spent In Area In Welfare Funds More than one and a quar- ter million dollars were paid out in welfare services in Cass and Morris county last year. Armand Graves, area su- pervisor with headquarters in Mt. Pleasant, released the figures last week through the local welfare offices. Payments last year in Cass county totaled $970,123 and in Morris county the total was ±ost 3,000 persons, or about one out of every ten persons in Cass county, re- ceived payments during the year. There were over 600 cases in Morris county for an average of about one out of every 20 citizens of the coun- ty. In Cass county, cash pay- ments were made to 1,791 aged citizens, 38 blind, and 102 families with 291 children. Their total payments averaged $80,840 per month. Morris county had 561 aged citizens, 19 blind and 26 fam- ilies with 81 children receive cash payments at the rate of $23,752 per month. Graves, in making the fig- ures publi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 January 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1957 J DOUGLASSVILLE VIEWPOINTS WSCS Members To Attend Zone Meet Two Jobs To Be Done As a nation we are famous for giving. Usually, when we give, we don't expect to get anything back. But now we can give and get through the March of Dimes. What we get is protection against the great- est crippler of mankind — paralytic polio. It cost the March of Dimes 17 years of re- search and $26,000,000 to perfect the Salk vaccine which provides that protection. We Americans gave that money. So far, so good. But the dark shadow of polio hasn't vanished entirely. Before that happens, two big jobs must be done: Job No. 1. Get vaccinated. Everybody under 35 should be inoculated. About 45 million of us have been. About as many haven't. If your next door neighbor has and you haven't, polo can still blight your world. Yr'U alone can prevent this. Job No. 2. Give to the March of Dimes. No vaccine can help the 80,000 Americans already crippled by polio. They need i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 January 1957

ft . the brahma corral The Staff Editor Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Typists Carol Ann Knight Sue Higgins FFA Reporter Kerry Hicks Spprts^Writer Windell McCord ^J^KvHeporter Joe Lane Davis oP^wEeporter Nancy Shults _!Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland SCHOOL CALENDAR Thursday ana Friaay, the 17th and 18th, are mid-term examination days. Friday, Jan. 18, the Bralv* mas play host to the Liberty' Leopards. The B game will start at 7 p.m. and the A game will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, the Brah- mas will play basketball with the Talco Trojans here. The time is 7 p.m. FFA Presents Program The Pewitt Future Farmer chapter presented a pageant, "The Future Farmer Emblem" for the high school assembly program last Wednesday. The pageant described the em- blem's composition and its significance. FFA members participating in the pageant were Charles Johnson, president, Gerald Presley, vice president, Kerry Hicks, repor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 January 1957

A j ti If I \ I 1 h \y W B- - Mrs. Joe Parham Honored At Bridal Shower The home of Mrs. Reuben Cole was the setting for a tea shower held Tuesday evening honoring Mrs. Joe Parham Jr., a recent bride. Co-hostesses for the occa- sion were Mrs. Bun Hall, Mrs. H. R. Hamilton, Mrs. Waco Brown, Mrs. Jim Elledge, Mrs. Lee Davis, Mrs. Clifton Brock and Mrs. J. W. Spencer. Receiving the guests were the hostess, the honoree, the V • twv"'" T ■ ■ r-'4- : t . The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1957 Petticoat Patter Methodist Church. Shirt waists with box pleat- NOTICE We Wish To Announce THE OPENING UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT of JOE'S WASHATERIA WE WET WASH BUT ARE NOT EQUIPPED TO DRY LOCATED ONE BLOCK NORTH OF DAVID GRANBERRY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IN NAPLES, TEXAS — We Would Appreciate Your Business — f\ftr. & $Srs. Joe Stallings, Owners Joe's Washateria I v OWEN'S JANUARY Strickland nd our minds are turning to the •chandise is already arriving in ted inside to see what they lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 January 1957

^ I f $ "-iSjrr? IRYANS MILL Study Course Ends at Pleassnt Hill By Mrs. Steve Brock The Sunday School study course closed Friday night with an enrollment of 16. The Baptist Training Union course will be held in March. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Coker of Naples and Mr. and Mrs. Mur- ry Coker of Mt. Pleasant visit- ed their mother, Mrs. Emma Coker, Sunday. Uncle Dock Stringer, Mrs. X3''*;« Robinson, Mr. Ted Strin- and Mrs. Tommy Stringer (*> . visited in the Shorty Lee home in Mt. Pleasant last week. Mrs. Buck Spruce of Atlanta visited Sunday with her par- ents. the Brit Baskins. Mrs. Elmer Stringer has been visiting for the past week in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stringer. Mr. and Mrs. Morill Jones and children, David and Kathy of Texarkana, were week end guests of Mrs. Jones' father, Mr. Frank Babb and Mrs. Babb. The Rev. J. B. Ingram, Mrs. Ingram and Bro. and Mrs. W. E. Woodson left Monday for Ft. Worth to attend the Evan- gelistic convention. The Woodsons had as guests las...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 January 1957

JF THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1957 Ia> ^ Removed for Cleaning A #4-' 1 ills ! NEW 2-SPEED, Model 754N Matching G-E Dryer, Model DA720N OIVSATiC WASHER iewJS56 General Elecfrso 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 r«ce 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. Now 269.95 GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR with MAGNETIC SAFETY DOOR Reg. 239.95 Less $40. Trade In m mm m- ■A • FULL-WIDTH FREE • FULL-WIDTH CHILLER TRAY • BUTTER COMPARTMENT • EGG RACK • PORCELAIN VEGETABLE DRAWER Modal IB-81P REGULAR $329.95 LESS $60.00 TRADE-IN 1 Q NEW HI-SPEED UNIT! Giant 2600-watt Cairod Unit gives "you fastest cooking possible! It's id...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 January 1957

RNETT MYF Trying For Attendance Banner By Miss Daisy Heard The Ilev. James Knight brought a he?rt challenging message on "Giving". He read John 3:16 and used it as a basis for his text. There was a splendid at- tendance and many visitors. Mrs. Donald Betts is at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. E. V. Ray of Atlanta. Mrs. Ray suffered a stroke Tues- day and is now in Brooks Clinic. • ere was the first meet- the year of the Quilting Cluo last Wednesday. There I was a fine group of ladies out Two quilts were made for Mrs. Robert Ingram and Mrs. Em- ma Anthony. This week quilts for Mrs. Alvin Irvin, and Mrs. Dock Powell will be complet- ed. The ladies urge that theje be a good attendance each meeting. There will be^afcf-i, fun, fellowship and a JnTie work. Invite your neighbor and come out Wednesday of each week. Mrs. Ada Gibson of Hughes Springs spent the week end with Miss Daisy Heard. Mrs. Lena Blankenship is slowly improving. She is hav- ing visitors, and appreciates your cards and t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 January 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1957 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Preston Daw- son spent Sunday at New Bos- ton with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred -Cobb and children. Mr and Mrs. Charlie Cra- vens of Commerce were week end guests with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mills. Open Again Located Northwest Of David Granberry Memorial Hospital DORIS' Beauty Shop Phone 82W Mrs. Norris McMichael and Mrs. Elsie Smith attended the funeral services held for Mrs. Vivian Cramer at Daingerfield last Wednesday. Sunday visitors with Mr and Mrs. J. M. Falls were Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Falls and Gerald, Jackie Falls and Miss Sally Falls, all of Ft. Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Creed of Redwater, Otis Falls of Mt. Pleasant, and Bill Falls of Daingerfield. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stringer of Bryans Mill spent Sunday with their daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Skelton and Jackie. Friday and Saturday Only - All Children's Coats All Ladies Skirts Price 1 Rack Childrens Dresses 1 Rack Ladies Coats, Suits and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 January 1957

oil Tax Payments Lagging In Area The sale of poll taxes in Morris and Cass counties is lagging far behind tne total last year. The Morris county tax assessor-collector's office said there had been only 653 poll taxes pai^ by Tuesday morning of tl^is week. The total at the linden office in Cass county was 1,478 Tuesday morning but there were other offices in the county not included in the total. ' Thfr'V were 3,307 1955 poll taxes sold in Morris county and Cass county poll taxes sold. The 1955 taxes qualified thifHPrrlo vote in elections during 1956. n an off-year politically when poll tax payments are usually low but one state-wide election already has been called Rthat should generate voter interest. Governor Price Daniel has callfed for a special election April 2 to fill the vacancy created by him when he resigned to become governor. Six candidates already have announced that they would run for the office. However, all of them have not paid their filing fee with the secretary of s...

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