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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 January 1957

r V I S- h tt . r THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1957 VIEWPOINTS Pay Your Poll Tax Morris county, the second smallest county In the state, may be able to elect the United States senator to fill out the unexpired term of Governor Price Daniel. The election may be decided by fewer votes than could be cast by Morris county voters if they all took advantage of their rights as citizens. The present United States senator from Texas, Lyndon Johnson, won by only 87 votes and there have been closer elections. Gov- ernor Daniel beat out Ralph Yarborough, who What About Adult Delinquency? We hear a good deal about juvenile de- linquency. But not enough parents are alarm- ed, in the opinion of the Texas Youth De- velopment Council. So maybe the problem is in the area of adult delinquency. More than 21,000 Texas children were in "serious difficulties" in 1S56, the council said in a recent report. Juvenile delinquency ap- pears to be increasing. The prospect is that the present legisla- t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 January 1957

ll I I I h- I I |j- h i I 1 '■'■Pfi;'. ■ DOUGLASSVILLE ..IV. I THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1957 Ever Ready Class Has Social Thursday the brahma corral The Staff Editor Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Typists Carol Ann Knight x Sue Higgins 1' ta Kerry Hicks Sp^5* riter Windell McCord Bancfneporter Joe Lane Davis Spec. Reporter Nancy Shults Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland School Calendar Thursday, Jan. 24, the An- nual Staff party will be he\d at the Stephens Hotel at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25, the Pewitt Brahmas will play host to Bo- gata. The B game will start at • 7 p.m. and the A game will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 29, the Brah- mas will play Redwater here. The time is 7 p.m. I Congratulations Congratulations to Blaise Corriere. a member of the 4-A class. Blaise sent in a rhyme to the Janes Welch Company at _ Cambridge, Mass. His rhyme appeared on a box of pom- poms. He won a prize of one I dolla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 January 1957

S K- ■It I t The Woman's Angle the naples monitor friday, january 25, 1957 Petticoat Patter You never knew of anyone winning anything in one of those newspaper and magazine contests? You do now. Mrs. Valerie Gallaway of Naples has a new portable sewing machine to prove that someone really does win them. The contest was sponsored by the Brothers Sewing Machine company and entry blanks were printed in the Dallas News a few weeks ago. Mrs. Gallaway filled in her entry blank, sent it off and forgot about it. She forgot about it for a while, anyway. Then she answered a knock on her door week before last. , • There stood a man she had never seen * before asking if she were Mrs. Gallaway. He was an employee of the com- pany and was there to inform her that she had won first prize in the contest she had entered. She could hardly believe what she heard but it was true and there was no gim- mick to it, either. He had the lovely portable machine in his car and he brought it right in and set it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 January 1957

a THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANl ARY 25. 1957 NS MILL Pastor Conducts Funeral in Oklahoma By Mrs. Steve Brock The Rev. and Mrs. J. B. In- gram left Monday for Ft. Towsen, Okla, to conduct fu- neral services foi a friend and returned to Greenville to visit relatives for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Lump- kin of Texarkana visited Sun- day in the home of Mrs. Lumpkin's sister, Mrs. A. Mrs. Buckhalter re- 4th them. Bjand Mrs. James Gra- ham of Maud visited Monday night in the Gus Bell home. P I J I h- [ii it pt I Mr. Ira Stacks is spending the week with his daughter, Mrs. James Teague and Mr. Teague of Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chas- tain and children, Linda and liicky, ol Dallas, were Sunday guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom- my Stringer. Tommy returned from Dallas where he has been for the past week for a medical check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thomp- son and Ricky of Commerce were week end guests in the OOK.SHflfiP with our expert PRY CLEANING SEND US ALL OF...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 January 1957

" ■ ■ ■. - % ■ ■if "■ fy ■ ■■ ; - T ■ ■ ' [• ■ ' "* J 'I':- THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1957 I NEWS A- your County Extension. %xa± -£). unlJi. (2olL$e ^.xtenilo/L ^etvLot By R. J. Dean Here is the agricultural out- look for 1957: Meat Production The year 1957 will be an- other year of large supplies of meat. Total livestock produc- tion and slaughter in 1957 may be^ just under that of 1956 when a record "volume of meat was produced. Just as many cattle wQl probably be slaughtered in 1957 as in 1956, but carcass weights may be enough light- er to pull down the total out- put of beef just a little. Little change in the slaugh- ter of sheep and lambs is ex- pected. Hog slaughter will be less than in 1956. The demand for meat will again be good in 1957. * * Milk Production In the last two years the production of milk has in- creased to a new record high. However, with the increase in population and expanding incomes, consumption has al- so increased. However, sup- plies of da...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 January 1957

_ _JT* Hg$P > m ..f THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1957 TS - CORNETT ^bsisbing, Plants Damaged By Cold By Miss Ddisy Heard Sunday School was held at the usual 10:30 hour. There was a fairly good crowd even though the weather was bad Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walker •opent Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. Ada B. Walker of Lone Star. Mrs. Ora Hawkins and Mrs. Minnie Fite, Hughes Springs, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Nora Gibson. M>-^. Bera Grant and Misses ^|^^tnd Janet Heard visited '^mRhnie May Steger of Lin- derVsaturday night. Misses Jeannie Thigpen and Marilyn Towler from Naples spent Sunday with Miss Bar- bara Jane Gibson. The sudden cold weather caused many butane tanks to freeze up. Other things like plumbing fixtures and pot plants were damaged. , * r*—\ Mr. J. 0. Betts has not been so well, but seems to be im- proved. Mr. Alvie D. Currey has been moved from the Currey I* Clinic in Mt. Pleasant to his home. There are some slight improvements in his condi- tion. Mr. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 January 1957

it: THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1957 PERSONAL i * ■ it 11 i |r IV Mrs. Dean Walker of Natch- itoches, La. is visiting with her mother, Mrs. W. W. Mc- Natt, this week. Mrs. Jerry Miller of Com- merce arrived Wednesday to spend the remainder of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crump. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carra- way and children of Benton, La. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Vissering and Harry George over the week end. Miss Betty Garrett of Green- ville was a guest over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Derrick and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spen- cer visited Mrs. Spencer's sis- ter, Mrs. Amy Thomas, at Longview Sunday. Mrs. M. B. Davenport has returned from a ten-day visit with her mother, Mrs. J. N. Walker, at Wichita Falls, and with relatives at Munday and Irving. Saturday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Fleming were his brother, J. A. Flem- ing of Bogata, and his grand nephew, Paul Fleming of Portland, Oregon. Clar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 February 1957

"X -•-? ferry McMichael goes up for a field goal and two of his 38 points against Redwater. He scored 21 points in the first quarter. * mm " i. ■.'■ Monitoring Watch Your Sportsmanship - You're On Probation The Pewitt high school basketball team is behind the eight-ball because of the actions of some of its best supporters. The predictament stems from the James Bowie game where most local fans were not satisfied with the officiating of the game and some of them said so. The official involved, Richard B. Young, protested what he called 'verbal misconduct' to the -State Athletic Director. The director, in turn, asked for an accounting of the incident from local school officials. The consequences could Have been worse. There are cases now where schools have been suspended because of the actions oi ians. New Diana was suspended for the 1956 football season because of an attack by fans on a football official. Haskell was suspended for the 1956 football reason and placed on probation for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 February 1957

, 1': }' '■ ■SSI?*# THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1957 VIEWPOINTS P Give - or Say No' Courteously This is the time of the year when people are asked to make their annual contributions to such funds as the March of Dimes, the Heart Fund, the Cancer Crusade, and the American Red Cross. The work of going around to get your con- tributions is usually done by one of your neighbors. He draws nothing for his time and expense of helping with the charities and, at best, it is one of the most unpleasant civic jobs to be done. If you've tried it, you know this to be true. It is not always possible for all of us to give to all of the campaigns or to give as much as we would like to give. And the drives quite often become irksome because of their frequency. Biit none of this is the fault of your good neighbor who is civic minded enough to give his time and effort to the job of asking you. So the next time someone comes around to ask a contribution for charity, put yourself in his place....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 February 1957

the brahma corral The Staff Editor Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Typists Carol Ann Knight Sue Heard Donna Towler 1 Kerry Hicks FliA'fwpoi u r Bette Ruth Phillips Sports Writer Windell McCord Maurice Hill Band Reporter Joe Lane Davis Class Reporters Carol Iliggins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland SCHOOL CALENDAR Friday, Feb. 1, the Pewitt Brahmas play hosts to the Linden Tigers. The "B" game will be at 7 p.m. and the "A" game will start at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5, the Brah- mas will play James Bowie here. The time is 7 p.m. Both of these games are confer- ence games. Let's all come out and support the Brahmas. GIRL OF THE WEEK Our girl of the week has brown hair and green eyes. 1 and is a freshman. Her pet peeve is to skip study hall and her favorite song is "We- 're Gonna Move." Her favor- ite color is blue and her fa- vorite sport is football. Her favorite person is Joe Lane Davis. She was elected class favorite of the freshman class. Our...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 February 1957

Petticoat The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1957 Patter By Mrs. E. A. Strickland Now you can see chinaware that was hand-painted right in Naples. You can't buy it but you can see it. No less than nine local women took up the fascinating hobby and most of them have soffit beautiful specimens to show for the hours they have spent wii' the brush. they keep interested by see- ing the work of those who have been at it longer. Mrs. Pope has a kiln right in her home where they fire the china to 1,700 degrees after it is painted. It is always fired two times and some- times three times. There are nervous minutes, too, while the firing is going on because they never know until the china comes out of the kiln whether it will be all together or not. It isn't too uncommon for the firing to break a piece. The brushes the women use are all sizes — the smallest about the size of a straight pin. If'you would like to see the beautiful work the women have done, just ask one of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 February 1957

BKTAN5 MILL cres Planted In Pine Trees Atlanta Gideons Speak At Church There will be 265 acres more of pine timber in Mor- ris county this year. It was hauled into the coun- ty this week on a truck. Sounds unreasonable, but it is true. One truck hauled enough pine seedlings to plant 265 acres to Morris county from the state nursery at Alto, r!aPle.s will be planted by 17 coogerators of the Sulphur- Cypress Soil Conservation Dis-' trict. The trees are small now — so small that one man can easily carry a bundle contain- ing 2,000 trees. In ten years, the man couldn't carry even one of the trees. In 10 to 12 years, these i •■© Mobilgas Mobiloil RANES . ; SERVICE STATION ,YOUR FRIENDLY' small seedlings should be large enough for pulpwood. During the first thinning operation, the trees should produce from 4 to 6 cords of pulpwood per acre. All of those in the county will pro- duce a total of 1,325 cords of wood. This is enough pulp- wood to load from 50 to 60 railroad flatcars. From one ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 February 1957

t. •' '• THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1957 Tommy Walls In ospital D| Lone St r Steel Company announced last week it would donate a new hospital to the area and named a board of directors to administer it. E. B. Germany, president, made the announcement at a meeting featured by the nam- ing of the board, delivery of the organization's charter and election of. officers. The size and location of the hospital was not announced. The charter was issued in the name' of "Hospital in the Pines, Inc." Dr. L. E. Rutledge of Dain- gerfield was elected chief of staff of the hospital by mem- bers of the board of directors at a meeting in Daingerfield Monday night. Other members of the staff include Dr. Lee Smith, secre- tary; Dr. E. B. Wheat, Dr. James F. Lee, Dr. D. R. Baber and Dr. Donald Smith, all of Daingerfield, Dr. H. O. Phill- ips of Lone Star, Dr. Louise Wilcox of Hughes Springs, Dr. William King of Omaha, and Dr. C. J. Wise and Dr. J. S. Leeves of Naples.- A courtesy staff of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 February 1957

1 THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1957 Brahmas Averaging 64.5 Points Per 0ame ^Nw^ichael afld Billy R*.. Morgan, Pewitt's two tall boys, have led the Brahma basketball team to a 64.5 point per game average dur- ing the first 14 games of the season. The Brahma total for the 14 games was 903 points while their opponents were scoring 801 points for an aver- age of 57.3 points per game. McMichael was setting the pace for the Brahmas with an individual average of 28.1 points per game through the first 14 games. McMichael had his two best nights against non-conference opponents. He ran up totals of 40 points each in the Mt. Vernon and Hooks games. Morgan has a season aver- ?ge of 15.2 but was raising it after getting off to a slow start. Morgan reached his high total for the season against the Liberty Leopards with 30 points. He has scored more than 18 points a game for the past eight games with one ex- ception. That one was the James Bowie game when he played only one quarter but sco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1957

K'y't THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY FEB. 7, 1957 DALTON Group Attends Funeral Friday At Bonham By Mrs. Herbert Cromer Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Crom- er, Claudine Cromer and Per- ry Knighton were in Bonham last Friday to attend the fu- neral of their brother-in-law, Claud Herriage, who died in a veterans hospital in Hou- ston on Tuesday before. He was an uncle of Claudine Cromer. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Calvin Grimes visited with relatives in this community Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Sim- mons of Hughes Springs spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dee Smith. Bro. Odell Rhyne filled the pulpit at the Dalton church Sunday and Sunday night. He and his family had lunch Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Deuie Gray. W. H. Cromer visited Sun- day with Charles Ray Frank- lin. Marcelle Carlisle spent Sat- urday night with Sara and Dubie Presley of Naples. Carol Simmons visited Sun- day with Jimmie Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Carlisle and children visited^ Monday night with Mrs. Kate Carlisle and Marcelle. DANIEL'S C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1957

* TA Tea Compliments Visitor From Miami By Mrs. R. L. Harris The W.M.U. sponsored a tea Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 29, from 2 until 4 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Tom B. Smith complimenting Mrs. Warren of Miami, Fla., who is visiting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Larry Foster, and family. Sandwiches, cookies and hot punch were served to 12 gu<^. A lovely linen hand- was presented to the honrrce. The community was sadden- ed this week at the death of Mr. S. M. Putman. Sincere sympathy is extended the L. E. Duncan family and other relatives. Many relatives and friends from out of the com- munity attended the services here Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Grisham Sr. of Richardson spent the week end here. They purchas- ed the A. W. Moore home . and expect to move here in the early summer. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brashear Jr. and family and Miss Erma- dine Russell of Longview spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Russell and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Burk- halter have returned after ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1957

,© r f i i:' Nothing Held Store Will Be V i |i -. W \ I / red, Savings to $oK I We Will Be MARKING DOWN and SLASHING PRICES I •V> v.. se. $1 WE TAKE INVENTORY IN 3 WEEKS. WE BOUGHT TOO MANY GOODS. WE'VE SOLD TOO LITTLE. Tt OFF WITH A REAL BREAK — ONE THAT YOU GET ONLY ONCE IN A LIFETIME — COMING TO YOU JUST OR COLD. YOU, T t WITH MERCHANDISE. THE RESULT IS WE HAVE TO LOWER OUR If NEED WINTER MERCHANDISE AND AT THE TIME THAT YOU CAN BUY SPF MNER. IT IS OUR LOSS. SO BE ON HAND FRIDAY MORNING WITHOUT I PLEASE NOTE •/ ■ My 21 years experience in the dry-goods business has been very pleasant and profitable. We appreciate our customers very deeply, every one of you. We have awakened to the fact that we have too many goods in Naples and we are going to sell them. I can highly recommend this sale to you (we defin- itely are not quitting business). Just closing out obsolete, broken lots, and excess inventory. See us Friday morning when the doors open. Signed, BEN J. ©WEN HEAVY WINTER WEIG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1957

' ' . \ THE NAPLES MONITOR THUtfbOAY, f"ZH. 7, 1957 0*60, Yes, Even to 7§ Perc *t« 11 13*™ Surplus Stock mm- ■ ' From Upstairs-From Under Counters- From AH Over The Store Must And Will Be Sold *- Immediately! All Surplus Stock Must Go e. $ 13,500 To Go Quick For Spot Cash! TO LOWER OUR INVENTORY. WE MUST SELL THESE GOODS. WE DON'T WANT THEM — YOU CAN HAVE THEM. WE HAVE COME TO THIS CONCLUSION: LET OUR CUSTOMERS START THE NEW YEAR YOU CAN BUY SPRING GOODS AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST. THE PRICES HAVE BEEN CUT TO THE BONE. THIS SALE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6TH, RAIN OR SHINE, SLEET OR SNOW, HOT !>RNING WITHOUT FAIL. MR. CLARENCE JONES, SALES PROMOTER FROM CAMDEN, ARKANSAS, WILL BE IN CHARGE. IILDRENS ALL WOOL ■s tf) SUPPLY LIMITED — SO HURRY I I 87 only $1.79 SHEET BLANKETS eg 5 only Ladies lALL WOOL SUITS & CCtATS _ _ sic3f! THESE ARE SHOPWORN AND TOSSED AROUND ORIGINALLY SOLD FOR $29.95 -V & CO MEN'S $1.69 HEAVY BLUE CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS 94c SSA6E: 5.*£2l 5 only La...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1957

1 HE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1957 Sara Jane Davis WHO'S NEW 8s Honored With Shower * i 14: w'i- I !' i ? Allen Lee Cutshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Cutshall of Alamogordo, N. Mex., born Jan. 2tt at Gerald Cnampion Memorial Hospital at Alamo- gordo and weighed 9 pounds and 4 ounces. Mrs. Cutshall is the former Jeanette Mad- den. The maternal grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Lee Madden, former residents of Naples. Michael Edward Dollarhide, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Dollarhide of Hughes Springs, born Jan. 30 at David Granberry Memorial Hospital and weighed 6 pounds and 15 ounces. David Harold Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Hughes of Lone Star, born Feb. 3 at David Granberry Memorial Hospital and weigh- ed 8 pounds and 13 ounces. Jimmy Wayne Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy John Hicks of Naples, born Feb. 3 at Da- vid Granberry Memorial Hos- pital and weighed 7 pounds and 6 ounces. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hicks. Danny Lowell Connor, son ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1957

Relative of Local Couple Dies In Wreck r^e brahma corral I I I Th« Staff Editor Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Typists Carol Ann Knight Sue Heard Donna Towler FFA Reporter Kerry Hicks FHA Reporter Bette Ruth Phillips Sports Writer Windell McCord Maurice Hill Band Reporter Jp^ ane Davis Class'Reporter;-..l/y, ^Higgins « Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland SCHOOL CALENDAR Friday night, Feb. 8, the Pewitt Brahmas will play hosts to Hughes Springs. The B game will start at 7 p.m. and the A game at 8 p.m. Tuesday night, Feb. 12, the Brahmas will play the Liberty Leopards there. The B game will start at 7 p.m. and the A game at 8 p.m. Band Working On Concert Appearance During the past few weeks the band has done little but go through several new num- bers in preparation for con- cert contest, so really there has been hardly anything of interest to the public to pub- lish in the band news section of the Corral. It was our opinion that an account of the b...

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