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

«! Big Business Has A Heart The impression that big business is always some kind of heartless, impersonal monster was dealt a severe blow last week in the an- nouncement that Lone Star Steel Company would donate a hospital to the area. That impression was created during the last generation by political demagogues who found it to their advantage to talk class against class in their bids for votes. Lone Star, in making its announcement, made it plain that the company realizes that the well-being of Lone Star is directly related to the well-being of its employees. Its employees and every other person in the area would do well to ponder the reverse situation. Their well-being is tied directly to the success of Lone Star. Lone Star no doubt was partly motivated by economic reasons in its decision to build and donate the hospital to the area. But what- ever the reason, the area will gain by the contribution. Lone Star, like most other big business, does have a heart. It's good to see it d...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1957

' A Bllf'f "" H;h! THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 195/ SEE WHAT YOU GET WITH THE _ _ twT Twice as much food within easy reach! Takes half the floor space of a chest freezer.' 8 Fully refrigerated surfaces—For fast freezing! .•v sifi • n-.i tr ;rrrrn 1 Jtf 18-CUBIC-FOOT sUPRIGHT FOOD FREEZER REGULAR $449.95 LESS $80.00 TRADE-IN 419.95 ONLY $5.25 WEEKLY Here's a new, 640-pound capa^Uy G-E Freezer that ston^ ~>ur frozen food like books on a shelf! No riding—no rummaging—no lifting • New juice cart dispenser, holds 20 cans • Ice Cream Conditioner; holds 4 half gallon packages -all foods are within easy reachl Other great . straighMine design for built-in look, features, too: • In lovely G-E "Mix-or-Match" colors 1957 Refrigerator with 11.5-CU.-FT. REFRIGERATOR MAGNETIC SAFETY DOOR and REVOLVING SHELVES Beautiful Interior Here's a real buy on a new General Electric with Dial-defrost convenience and a big 39 pound freezer... really priced right. Magnetic Safety Door, Revolving Sh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1957

m w~:-:■;r! ■ - r gji m' 1 TNI NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1957 r PERSONAL tVOUN woul* T las XI- Henry Hastings, a friend of long standing, his son, Budd, and granddaughter, Glenda Sue, of Bagwell, Texas, spent Sunday with Mrs. Fred Vis- sering and family. V I SCHRAFFT'S Chocolates 1-4 lb _ 59c 1-2 lb _ 95c 1 lb _ _ $1.85 3 lbs _ $3.70 Wyninegar Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ward Russell of Dallas were week end guests with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Russ- ell. „ Mr. and Mrs. 0. I. Fink spent Sunday at Greenville with their daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Tenbrook and son. Miss Dorothy Wommack of Dallas was a week end guest with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Barlow Wommack. Mrs. Eddie Howard, Kathy and Becky have moved to Ft. Worth. Mr. Howard is employ- ed there. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hicks and Amanda had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gayland Wright and family of Pitts- burg. Mrs. Jessie Mills, Gayland and Doug visited Sunday with relatives at DeKalb. Mr. and Mrs. Elsi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 February 1957

Omaha Man Survives 30-Minute Ordeal !n Submerged Ca An Omaha man survived a harrowing 30-minute ordeal trapped in his car under wa ter last Saturday. Bob Heard, 65 years old, was rescued from the car and was little worse off except for 'shock and exposure to the cold waters of a roadside ditch on highway 26 north of , Omaha. He kept alive in the sunken car by keeping his face in a small pocket of air trapped in the rear section of the vehi- cle. Rescue workers towed the car out of the ditch and freed Heard. He was treated for shock and exposure at the David Granberry Memorial Hospital here and released Biahmas Lose; Playoff (tollable The Pewitt Brahmas were only eight minutes from the Dis- trict 15-A basketball championship Tuesday night but they let (lit slip away from them. Only a major upset now could kfep t them from facing a playoff for the title against the James «Bowie Pirates. ■ I The Brahmas seemed to have the title all wrapped up Tuesday night after leading Kthe Liberty Le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 February 1957

THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1957 VIEWPOINTS MSSl THE NAPLES MONITOR Who Should Pay Damages? Car Inspections Lagging Far Behind Schedule i 1 The State Senate has approved a bill mak- ing parents liable up to $300 for personal and property damages by juveniles. While the Senate was studying the proposal, the chairman of the Cameron county juvenile advisory board told the Senate committee: "If you touch a man's pocketbook, you touch his responsibility." Many large towns of the state have had periodic outbreaks of vandalism where the damages run into the thousands of dollars. There is a school of thought which feels that, crackdowns, stiffer penalties, stricter punishment won't do any good. But evidence is to the contrary. A youngster must learn early he can't do as he pleases. If authorities go on the premise ihat parents are partly to blame, then they, too, ought to be liable. So far nearly all thought has been concentrated on the juve- nile: Will he or she be hurt by punishment? Is he or she ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 February 1957

t Pill , ■ ■ ' T - A. ' %*e Star Makes $7 Million Debt Payment THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1557 Injhe \feU Tv Jobs Open For Class I Itledl Into-} Vein-1 Ihem | |eyes.l talis Neve ? j write I I foot- •Too ksplojr in is Iweek has J eyes.* |s tall eeve give plane vorite Song" J blue. |John- ek is les to I make j riday A $7,000,000 debt payment, jnot due until April 1, has been made by Lone Star Steel Company, according to com- pany officials, who said last J week end the advance pay- ment would accomplish two I purposes. (t) It substantially reduces | interest costs. (2) It eliminates that por- tion of Lone Star's debt which might have forced issuance of additional stock. E. B. Germany, Lone Star president, said the $7,000,000 payment added to the $19,- 000,000 paid during 1956, re- duced the company's mort- gage indebtedness to $56,- 300,000. * Germany credited the com- pany's healthy financial con- dition to surging sales, which have tripled since 1954 to a new record of $8...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 February 1957

The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1957 V Naples and Omaha Bridge Clubs Have Joint Party At Pyle Home Friday Mrs. Joe P. Taylor Jr. of Naples and Mrs. C. Q. Pyle of Omaha were hostesses to the Omaha bridge club and the Friday afternoon bridge club of Naples with five tables of bridge Friday afternoon. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Pyle at Omaha. The Valentine theme was carried out in the decorations and refreshments. The dining table was laid with a hand made white linen cloth ^entered with an ar- rangement of red carnations flanked by candelabra hold- ing red burning tapers. The bridge tables and place cards also carried out the red and white color scheme. Cake, ice cream and coffee were served to the guests. Those present were Miss Johnnie Cherry, Mrs. Guy Davis, Mrs. Morris Melton, Mrs. John H. Ellis, Mrs. Mor- iey Russell, Mrs. Bob Ramage, Mrs. R. E. Moore, Mrs. 0. D. Smith, Mrs. R. G. Moore, Mrs. Ennis Swint, Mrs. William A. King, and Mrs. James R....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 February 1957

' r n. fad Bin llin Ind lav- sry to [)les In [ilah vou- ch vith an lelp- lom- bave I and ence I Sul- |Tex- We fould Mill /isit- I Par- Ab- i 1 ■ .. THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1957 Employ DALTON ees Get Raises Ode!! Rhysse Accepts Call As Pastor W$$$< .'A Salary raises were voted Tor several county employees by 1he commissioners court at the regular monthly meeting Monday. ConstuUe Jim Presley was voted a $15 a month raise, bringing his total salary to $150 a month. Sheriff A. E. Howell's pay was increased $25 a month to $325 plus $150 per month for uses, and Lee Fields, ly, was given a $25 in- in expense account but no raise in salary. His pay is now $250 a month and his expense allowance $125. Machine operators got a raise from $1.30 an hour to $1.40 and day laborers and truck drivers a minimum of $1 per hour. $325 p: .■K^y ■PtfSffijSffii. METHODIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES mssm The Rev. Frank Richardson Jr. Sunday Sc'rol Morning Service Youth Fellowship Evening Worship Wedn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 February 1957

'/fV-' "TWE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1957 DOUGLASSVILLE Boy Ssouis Ire Guests At Banquet By Mrs. B. VV. Swint We are enjoying the nice spring weather this week end. Every one seems to be getting the "green thumb". This week is full of social activities for all of us. On Monday afternoon, members of the Woman's SJociety of Christian Service will meet at the church to continue the Biblr* study. All ladies are urged to attend. On Tuesday evening, mem- bers of the Men's Bible Class and others will have their monthly social at the church basement. All men are invit- ed. Members of the Ever Jleady Sunday School Class will meet in the home of Mrs. J. C. Frost for their monthly social Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ben Heath is co-hostess. A busi- ness meeting will be conduct- ed and a social will follow. On Thursday evening, the members of the Civil Defense Observer Corps will hold a meeting in the REA audito- rium. Friday evening, mem- bers of the Sunshine Class will meet in the home of M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 February 1957

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 February 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 1957 -v *•-' PERSONAL I Mrs. Lou Thigpen accompa-* hied Mrs. Gladys Saunders of Slyeveport on a trip to Mc- Allen over the week end. They visited their children, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Saun- cbrs, Phil and Sue. Mrs. Nita Lowery, Mona Peyton and Mrs. Billy Milam sptnt the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton and Pat. Mrs. Milam remained for a visit this week. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Camp- bell and children of Shreve- port spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Wade McNatt, Sheri and Connie of Marshall visited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Smith. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Riner and children spent the week end in Conway, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan and Mrs. Vada Harris visited Sunday at Longview with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jordan and Kathy. Mrs. Dick Gregory and Julie of Dallas arrived Saturday for a three weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Strickland and Martha. Mrs. J. R. Duhaine and daughter of Long Beach, Cali...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 February 1957

c> y ... .... . ■ * ■ ■■ ■ - 4 £ f- I H' V ''k -. &. "13 X o The Naples fclHH 71 Years Old - And New Every Week VOLUME 71 NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1957 NUMBER 30 CORKY JOINS HIS MASTER FOR A RIDE Dog Goes For The Life Of A Cowboy When Victor Moore saddles his horse and gets ready to ride, there's another rider ready and willing to go. • His fellow passenger is a little unusual for horseback riding. He is Corky — a collie dog. Corky can ride the horse board held waist high and re- along with Victor or he can ride single. And riding is only one of his accomplishments. He can main on it until Victor orders him down. If another person will bend over, Corky will leap onto their back and lie climb a ladder — an unusual- ' down, if he is told to do so. ly hard trick for a dog, round up the cows, do jumping tricks, and mind better than most well-behaved children. When Victor wants Corky to climb a ladder, he goes into the barn loft and calls. Corky scoots up the ladder. The d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 February 1957

. , ' r- ;•' . THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1957 I VIEWPOINTS DOUGLASSVILLE What Do We Do N ow? Deputy Grand Matron Visits Chapter Now that the Naples chamber of commerce has decided to discontinue the watermelon festival, the town can do either of two things: (1) It can divert the money and effort for- ^oierly put into-the watermelon festival to better and more permanent improvements; or t'2) It can sit tight on its money, save the effort and sink into a do-nothing void. Naples, an unusually lively and forward- thinking small town, certainly is not perfect and has not existed for three generations or more by dohig nothing. But the opportunity for improvement was never better. All that's necessary is to find a suitable project and then use the same amount of money and effort to see it completed that has been used to stage the festival. It makes no difference whether it is a youth center, a city pferk, or a beautification project. The job can be done. The discontinuance of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 February 1957

*Zf' THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1957 c:q£nett 'ryc< Flannel Graph Story Told Of Parable m n By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School had a good attendance. Mrs. William Cur- rey presented a flannel graph story from the "Parable of the Sower" at the general as- sembly period. The message in story was truly enjoyed by all. The sub-district M.Y.F. met in Laws Chapel Monday night. A large crowd was present. and Mrs- Elvis Wells children spent Sunday his sister and family, the Melvin Adams of Longview. Mrs. L. C. Rea of Naples and Mrs. Georgia Gibson of Daingerfield spent Wednes- day with Mrs. C. B. Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Betts of Sabine, Texas spent last Sun- day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Betts. Many people are planting gardens. Mr. Winter returned on the week end. We hope that frost did not get the tender vegetables which are up. Visitors to the Hugh Mc- Clellan home over the week end were Mrs. A. C. Baxter of Hughes Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClellan of Mu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 February 1957

The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1957 Petticoat Patter By Mrs. E. A. Strickland The traditional Valentine Day has just passed once more and as I saw the children passing by with their Valentines after the parties out at school, it reminded me of my school days several years back. The custom is one that has- n't changed too much. Some, but not really very much. In the old days, Valentines Day was to exchange the Val- entines you had made with your hands. We always made them out of red construction paper, cut them in heart shapes, drew in cupids and wrote verses on them. And, too, we made some that we trimmed with designs cut from lace doilies. This, was all before the don't-do-it-yourself trend got started. I still have some of my old ones. They show the signs of age but you can tell by just glancing at them that they are Valentines even if their style is different from those passed out today. In recent years, candy has been put up in Valentine- shaped boxes. W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 February 1957

&RYAN4. MILL Mrs. Cleo Bnckland Shower Honoree By M.*s, Steve Brock Mrs. Ted Stringer "honored Mrs. Cleo Buckland with a bridal shower Saturday, Feb. 16. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Haskell Henson, Mrs. Orville Waldon and Mrs. Jimmy Har- rison. Hot punch, coffee, sand- wiches, cookies and candy were served to the guests and many lovely gifts were receiv- ed by the honoree. T.h<®e present were Miss Harkey, Miss Cor- jnr*®^"nderson of" Linden, Mrs. Mag Harkey, Mrs. Frank Babb, Mrs. Dotsie Skelton, Mrs. Louise Skelton, Mrs. Beu- lah Brock, Mrs. Ettye Robison, Mrs. Tommy Stringer, Mrs. Virgil Rampley, Mrs. George Frost, Mrs. 0. L. McCoy, Mrs. Jamie Griffin, Mrs. James Laywell, Mrs. Brit Baskin, Mrs. Charlie Stringer, Mrs. Annie Harrison, Mrs. Ben Bell, Mrs. Willard Buckland, Mrs. W. B. Thompson Jr. of Commerce, Mrs. Viola Jones, Mrs. Kate Carlisle, Mrs. Myr- tle Buckland, Mrs. Aline Mor- ris of Texarkana, Mrs. Jean Bell, Mrs. Lee Skelton, Mrs. G. L. Davlin, Mrs. Venie Brock, Mrs. Jimm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 February 1957

tea* .... ' ■ , . ,■ '■ . 5%. '• •• '• ■ ■ - iwk THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1957 I I i L I The 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 Joe Lane Davis Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland School Calendar Thursday, Feb. 21, the Pew- itt Brahmas will play the James Bowie Pirates here. This is the second game of the best two out of three se- ries. If a third game is neces- sary, it will be played Satur- day night at Mt. Pleasant. On- ly the A teams will play and the games will start at 8 p.m. History Of The Brahma Band iThis is the second of three articles bringing you the his- tory of the Brahma band.) In 1954 the band came un- der the baton of Director Ray Smith. The band's member- rahma ship was 45. Troy England and Jimmy Harold McDaniel wer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 February 1957

; * : ,e End - The Finals - The Windup "S THE NAPLES MONITOR Naples* Biggest Sale THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1957 All SURPLUS Stock Must Go IUST ONE WEEK LEFT - DEFINITELY ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT MARCH 2nd tsim,s&. . It r ■ * ■ 1 "JisfV: ] I I * ■ I I I I ■ . Hi . • DON'T BE fVSAD DON'T BE LEFT OUT JUST COME ON DOWN GET YOUR SHARE J | 3 ONLY LADIES ALL WOOL COATS Originally $29.95 ^ 77c HEAVY WINTER WEIGHT OUTING LIGHT STRIPES 4 yards 88c LADIES 49c RAYON PANTIES HOLLYWOOD BRIEFS 4 pair 88c ALL LADIES SUITS COATS DRESSES MUST GO Savings Up To JO - 60 - Even to 70% $1.95 BROADCLOTH BLOUSES SANFORIZED SHRUNK 87c All Home Furnishings Sheets, Pillow Cases, Towels Spreads, Pillows, Drapes, Domestic, Table Cloths, Colored Sheets, Draperies Savings of 25 to 60% 100's and 100's of DRESSES We fit 'em AIL Prices Slashed $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 Values to $16.95 $2.79 Dan River SHEETS $1.94 each 2 FOR $3.87 69c Dan River Pillow Cases 2 for $1.00 LADIES 98c PANTIES In Nylon and Rayon Reg. and Extra Sizes 42c ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 February 1957

r* • c mStf '1 "THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1957 PERSONAL Visitors over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Da- vis and family were their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Carroll and chil- dren of Garland, her niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid Hickman and three daugh- ters, and her sister, Mrs. H. B. Hickman, all of Overland Park, Kan. Her sister remain- ed for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mills visited Monday and Tuesday at Commerce with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs, V. e. Lytle. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leeves and Neal of Pittsburg were •guests over the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wavne Leeves. - Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hamp- ton, Mrs. Don King and chil- dren, and Mrs. Nita Lowery and Mrs. Billy Milam of Hen- derson spent the week end at Haskell with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kennedy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tuck and children of Longview were week end guests with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Tuck. Miss Nancy Hampton of Dallas spent the week ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 February 1957

nr. ? its Official-New Road Higher Level So Will Miss Naples, Omaha The route for the new federal express highway has been ap- proved by the Texas Highway Department and the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads. tv The location will follow the previously announced route north 0. Naples and Omaha with .the nearest point to the liwo towns at the Highway 26 grossing near Sulphur River of Omaha. route has been desig- Liu 'Federal Aid Interstate Route No. 4. It will extend in this area from the Franklin county line to the Arkansas state line near Texarkana. It will cover a distance of about 70 miles. The route will be north of Texarkana and continue west to a point north of New Bos- ton. From there, it will coii- tinue to the Sulphur River- Highway 26 crossing, and on to a point north of Mt. Pleas- ant. Public hearings will be call- ed at places along the route so that the plans can be ex- plained. Peppy Blount To Speak At School R. E. (Peppy* Blount, former member of the Texas house of represent...

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