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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 February 1957

,,;W ,, r . SPSS ■ ' ~ ■ ' UNION CHAPEL Cub Scout Training Course Planned mm Higher Level For Lake Texarkana A group of Atlanta citizens have started a campaign to sell engineers on the idea that Lake Texarkana should be kept at a higher level than is now planned. They have asked that the minimum level of the lake be raised by ten feet. A spokesman for the group said "We do not have a lake now nor will we in the near future unless our request is granted." Those who have seen the lake in the upper reaches- between Maud and Douglassville will agree. The level in that area is disappointing. The present level will not afford the draw- ing power as a resort spot that local boosters had hoped for. The Atlanta group said it would ask support of Naples and other neighboring towns in their efforts to get the level raised. All of the towns near the lake would do well to give their full support to the plan. A half a lake is little better than no lake at all. By Mrs. K. L. Shaddix Mr. and Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 February 1957

Immsm* THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1957 DOUGLASSVILLE A. B. Morriss Observes 92nd Birthday the brahma corral The Staff Editor Assoc. Ed. Ruth Pope Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson "voists . Carol Ann Knight Sue Heard Donna Towler porter Kerry Hicks porter Bette Ruth Phillips Sports Writer Windell McCord Maurice Hill Band Reporter Joe Lane Davis Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland Brahma Band Has One Of Most Successful Years (This is the last article in a series bringing you the his- tory of the Brahma band.) In the fall of 1956, Mr. Billy Noble was made band direc- tor, and until the present time the band has enjoyed its most successful season. The band's accomplishments include a successful season at flashy football halftime shows, a first division (superior) rating at marching contests, and the selection of three Pewitt band members for the All-Regional and All-State bands. | Rodney Richey, Joe Lane Davis and Louise Whittin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 February 1957

J: I [ I f iji L The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1957 Petticoat Patter By Mrs. E. A. Strickland A beautiful floral arrangement was presented to the WSCS at its Feb. 18 meeting by Mrs. Valerie Gallaway. She made the arrangement from spring flowers from her yard and presented it in memory of the late Chaplain Claude Harkey, who was a member of the local church and a friend of the WSCS members. A note was attached which explained the five colors used as applied to his life: Yellow for "The Golden Rule." White for "Purity." Blue for "Loyalty and Faithfulness." Red for "Our Father's Pre- cious Blood Shed for Us." And green for "Everlasting Life." At the close of the meeting the flowers were carried to the cemetery and placed on the grave of the late Rev. Melugin, Methodist minister who died while serving the church in 1903. He is the only Methodist minister buried at Naples. After her father's death, Miss Sadie Melugin remained METHODIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES The Rev....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 February 1957

BR £L S MILL 8TU Study Course Starts March 17 THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1957 By Mrs. Steve Brock The Baptist Training Union study course will start here March 17 and run through March 22. The adults will study "Shadow Over Ameri- ca", the Intermediates "It's Up To You", the Juniors "Highways To Health", and the Primary class "Pleasing God With.-My Body". Everyone is invited to at- tend. -Wmic! extra Junior and lnterrtiMkte books were or- dered JP^V.myone wishing to attend 'fnay use them. Lenora Abston from East Texas Baptist College at Mar- shall visited over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Abston, and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Darr and children of Dallas were guests this week end .n the home of Mrs. Darr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Kelly and Betty. Miss Betty Kelly visited her cousins in Talco on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lee and children of Naples were vis- itors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elliott and Scott Elliott Sunday....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 February 1957

tetsifii THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1957 LIVE BETTER tt*i Electrically <r™? m EW 1957 G-E m 'i: f> iV • r/y Ji\ J-iBfWsemjmatt a — — noiv with 2 wash sptmi 1 spin splcbs! >*- Your choice of Normal or Slow for wash, Normal or Slow for spin ... or any combination to suit any washable fabric! Reg. 369.9S 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. MOBIL WA-SJQP NO LINT FUZZ ON CLOTHES! • 50% more clothes capacity than many other automatics Water Saver for small loads Warm and Cold Water Rinses to save hot waiai Famous G-E Activator® Washing Action 5-Year Y/arranty on sealed-in transmission Thompson's Furniture & Hardware IN NAPLES LOOK it New Faster-Than-Gas Calrod® Cooking Unit Giant new 2500-watt surface unit Is actually over 20% faster than gasl* mam wmmmm «f] *S«" • • ★ Modern Pushbuttons Fi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 February 1957

■■ 1 I I fc>S I | I If " MARIETTA OjiA House Planned For School Week THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB 28, 1957 'i By Mrs. R. L. Harris The W.M.U. meeting for Tuesday, Feb. 18, was a home missions program. The meet- ing opened with a song and prayer. The subject was "Na- ture At Our Doorsteps." The scripture was read by Mrs. Horace Hampton. The main theme was love from John 3:16. The meeting was dis- missed with prayer by Mrs. Claudine Loffer. Tfefe Marietta school will ob- serve. Texas Public Schools yith an open house at the ' from 2:30 until 3:30 ■qr^Viind Tuesday, March 5. Rooms will be open and work of the children will be on display. The public is in- vited. Worth Coker of Dallas visit- ed Saturday night with his father, W. M. Coker. Mr. Lon Bohannan is a pa- tient in the Naples hospital. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wom- mack were in Texarkana Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Burk- haiter have returned home after spending several days in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. S. £. Fletcher Jr. and daug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 February 1957

\ ■ f ■m ti r ijfe. 4 c- *$? TT 'ic^' ^'■wgp- y..--- M«S THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1957 PERSONAL Grady Shults of Madison- ville visited several days last •week with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shults and Nancy. Mrs. Maggie Carmichael of Marshall spent last Sunday with her brother. Robert Ber- ry and Mrs. Berry. Time For New Spring Ensembles Come In and Check On QUALITY and PRICE BEFORE BUYING — SUITS Silk Pesante Cotton Linen DRESSES Pure Silk Dacron Silk and Cotton SPECIAL Friday and Saturday TABLE OF JEWELRY HALF PRICE ALL GIRDLES ONE-THIRD OFF S <Ch S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Mrs. Lee Reid returned Wednesday from a^ three week visit with relatives at Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Vesta McMichael ac- companied her sister, Mrs. Vasco Brabham of Atlanta, to Shreveport last Wednesday. Mrs. Ila Scaff had as her guests last Wednesday and Thursday her daughters, Mrs. Ralph Parker of Jacksonville, and Mrs. F. C. Gates of Jas- per. Mrs. Jeanette Redwine of Ft. Worth, a grandd...

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

\ 7 District School Children To Get Free Polio Polio shots will be given to all school children of the Pew- itt district without charge this spring. The free vaccinations are a project of the Tri-County Medical Society, which in- cludes doctors in Morris, Ti- tus and Camp counties. The doctors voted unani- mously at a meeting Monday night to arrange for the vac- cine and donate their own services in an effort to help stamp out polio in the North- east Texas area. Dr. James S. Leeves of Na- ples attended the meeting. School officials will do the necessary preliminary work and Dr. C. J. Wise and Dr. Leeves of Naples, and Dr. William A. King of Omaha will administer the shots at Pewitt and Carver schools. A date has not been set for the inoculations. An in- formation questionaire will be sent to the parents of all stu- dents and as soon as they are returned and the information assembled, a date will be set. Superintendent Frank Bean said the questionaires prob- ably would be sent to pa...

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

inTiift FiHrmmw'MiiiB THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957 VIEWPOINTS Get Your Pet Vaccinated Arrangements have been made again this year for the vaccination of all dogs and cats against rabies. A veterinarian will be here next Thursday to give the shots. The program has been arranged by the county agent's office as a public service. The cost of the shots will be only $1 per ani- mal, or barely enough to pay for the vaccina- tion, the tag and the certificate. Rabies already has been reported in some adjoining counties and more of it can be expected as the hot weather comes on. Vaccination of all pets is the best possible insurance against an outbreak here. The program will be successful only if a majority of pet owners take advantage of it. If you are a dog or cat owner, take advan- tage of the chance to get it vaccinated next week. Taxpayers Are Fed Up The nation's lawmakers are now faced with a new dilemma. The folks back home are demanding more and more government but balki...

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

* ■" THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 195? DOUGLASSVILLE Schoc! Progrsm Changed To Friday Want an Extra the brahma corral The Staff Editor Assoc. Ed. Kir*' I m Ruth Pope Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Typists Carol Ann Knight Sue Heard Donna Towler FFA Reporter Kerry Hicks Reporter Bette Ruth Phillips 'riter Windell McCord Maurice Hill Band Reporter Joe Lane Davis Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland Brahma Band Getting Ready For Contests Most of the members of the Brahma band are working very hard in preparation for the solo and ensemble contest to be held at Commerce on Saturday, March 9. Students from Pewitt to play either a solo or in the ensemble are Joe Lane Davis, Kathleen Landrum, Wanda Ellis, Mattie Beth Hummel, Rodney Richey, Louise Whit- tington, Wendell Heard, Eu- gene Warren, Reggie Talley, Robbie Hood, Billy Wray, Donald Boozer, David Leeves, Sally Cash, Margaret Stevens, Betty Nance, Nancy Thomas, Patsy McNatt, Jan...

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

y • •• [ ' *y * NaB The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957 ,t Petticoat Patter 3y Mrs. E. A. Strickland This is Public School Week in Texas and we can't think of a better time to pay tribute to teachers nor a nicer tribute than one printed in the 1S57 Farmer's Almanac. It was written by Lederle Chevron and has been widely re-printed. "To a child thrust into i. world, a good teacher is the best thing that can possibly happen. "A teacher is Courage with Kleenex in its pocket, Sym- pathy struggling with a snow- suit, and Patience with papers to grade. "Teachers spend 12 hours a day searching for truth and the other 12 hours searching for error. "They are incorruptible, in- dispensible, infallible, invin- cible, and nearly inexhausti- ble. "A teacher really does not mind the sniffles, squirmings, stomach 'aches, spills, sloth and sauciness. Neither does she disintegrate before tears, trifles, fights, futility, excus- es, parents who spout, little boys who shout, th...

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

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957 DALTON YANS MILL and Mrs. Ingram At Bible Clinic I; By Mrs. Steve Brock The Rev. and Mrs. J. B. In- gram attended the Bible School clinic in Dallas Mon- day and visited with relatives there until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melton had as visitors the past week Mr. and Mrs. John Hobbs of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dorsett, Naples, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brock and son of Maud. Mr^. Tommy Stringer and MrsA^ana Vaught and son, oHTO^d visite<* over {"he ,Vwk l<yid with Tommy Stringer, who has been con- fined to a hospital in Dallas for the past two weeks. We are sorry to report Tommy isn t very much improved and can not tell at this time when he will be able to return to his home. Our sympathy goes to this family and the family of Tom- my Waldon, who is still very 111 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Strin- ger are all smiles this week after receiving news that their son, Edwin Stringer of Baltimore, Md., has been transferred to the veterans hospita...

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

W YW7 * * T. The NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 7. 1957 CORNETT Funeral Held For Odis fjicHhereson By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School had a good attendance, even though the weather had been bad. Heavy rains tell Saturday and roads were sloppy but passable. Mrs. Nora Gibson attended the funeral of her brother, Odis McPhereson, at Cross Roads last Thursday. Mr. Mc- Phereson died at his home at Redwater after suffering a stroke several months ago. Lester Smith, Lake Charles, La,, now in the air force, join- ed his wife, the former Nell Ingram, at her home for the week end. Correction for last week. Mrs. Florence Sanderson of Naples is nursing Mrs. Lena Blankenship instead of Mrs. McDaniel of Hughes Springs, as first reported. J. W. Rich of Dallas spent the week end with his father, Bill Rich. Mrs. Bera Grant was able to go back to the nursing home' in Daingerfield Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cozie McCord and daughters of Hughes Springs visited the R. L. Mc- Cords Saturday. Mrs. Mattie Murphy a...

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

MHI'HM'. -A THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957 MARIETTA B Makes Quilts For Orphans Home I liS isft I Mrs. R. L. Harris The W.M.U. met at the home of Mrs. .Nora Shaddix on Tuesday to piece quills for the orphans home. Each of the 12 ladies present brought quilt scraps. Refreshments of cake squares, coffee, popcorn balls and hot punch were served. T. E. Wommack left Satur- day evening for Chicago to at- tend an R.E.A. convention. Mrs. Ellna Allen of Atlanta is visiting in the home of Mr. Ellis Harris. Hall bought Stone's Aand Service Station and assumed operation Mon- day morning. The store will be operated by Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn, who have moved in- to Mrs. Naomi Anthony's apartment. The store is being redecorated and new features added. I Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Rob- inson and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Robinson were visitors in the A. W. Stewart home in Tex- arkana Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brashear and children and Miss Erma- dine Russell were Sunday vis- itors in the J. W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 March 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957 PERSONAL Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Watson Ure spending this week at their ranch near Mena, Ark. Mrs. Dick Gregory and Julie have returned to their home at Dallas after spending the past three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Strickland and Mar- tha. II*-'- I I m m FABULOUS COTTON DRESSES Our Exciting New Arrivals o—o Some Featuring Att-Over Embroidered Floral Prints Shirt and Sun DRESSES JUST RECEIVED New Shipment LEATHERCRAFT BAGS Ass'td Styles and Colors S <S- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mr. and Mrs. Don King and children visited Sunday after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. Tom- my Jordan and. Kathy at Longview. They spent Sunday night with Mrs. Nita Lowery and Mona Peyton at Hender- son. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge and Suzanne and Mrs. F. G. Parker of Texarkana visited Sunday with Mr. Parker, who is a patient at the veteran's hospital at Shreveport. Gerald Falls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Falls of Ft. Worth, spent from Saturday through Monday ...

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

£- > Brahmas Second In Own Relays Four records were broken and two tied in the fifth annual Brahma ttelays held at Pewitt school last Saturday. Billy Ray Morgan of Pewitt — broke the 880-yard record of 2:10.6 set by Crooks of Hooks in 195^ with a time of 2:08.2. HjHMf &blowich of Green- viV'TpJj&i new time on the vM* ^Tiigh hurdles of 14.6, the Knnis mile relay team set a new mark of 3:41.5, and George Tulley of Saltillo broke the previous mile run time with a run of 4:48. The 440-yard dash time was tied at 53.3 seconds by Roy Smalley of Greenville, and the pole vault mark of 10'9" was tied by Kenneth Schane of Pittsburg. Greenville won the meet with 29 points and the Brahmas tied for second place with New Boston with a total of 20 1-5 points. The top individual winner Monitoring i; " m.- x% B ■ MAIN STREET (Editor's note: Pewitt School fga' I Superintendent Frank C. Bean read The Monitor's descrip- tion of a school teacher and offered his rebuttal in poetry form last Fri...

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

b1 j'wSr THE NAPLES MOHITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1957 CORNETT Funeral Services Held For Jay Lott By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. James Knight brought a fine message from Luke 14, chapter 15:24. There was a splendid attendance with several visitors. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Arnold attended the funeral for Mr. Jay Lott Thursday. Services were held at Cross Roads and burial was at Dennis ceme- tery. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Betts visited their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ^arbour and family of Mt. Pleasant Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny York of Albuquerque, New Mexico, are here on a 10-day vaca- tion. Mrs. W. C. Powell of Gad- sen, Ala., is visiting her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McClellan and family. Mrs. Jim Sheffield of Lin- den, and daughter, Mrs. Jones of Hughes Springs, visited Mrs. R. O. McCord Wednes- day of last week. The ladies are having lots of enjoyment with the quilt- Mobilgas Mobiloil RANES SERVICE STATION LOOK YOUR BEST ALWAYS SEND US ALL OF YOUR CLOTHING FOR EXPERT DRY CLEANING AND PRE...

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

y i SAGfc OF SULPHUR BOTTOM Fa rmers Have A Right To Lose •I (Editor's note: The Sage of Sulphur Bottom on his John- son grass farm is unnecessar- ily worried this week, but that's his worry, not ours.) Dear editar: like to be an alurm- Simreme Court is T ie on an issue foean life or death to the farmer. According to an article I read in a newspaper this morning while I was deciding whether to plow or think — it sometimes takes me longer than a court to decide such things and if I didn't do any more thinking than I did plowing this morning, a half day was sure wasted — one big milk company is suing an- other for selling milk below cost, and the Supreme Court is going to decide -whether it's against the law to sell at below cost. Man or Woman Own Your Own Business A new Hem. First time offer- ed. Start in spare time. If sa- tisfied, then work full time. Refilling and collecting money from bulk machines in this area. To qualify you must have a car, reference, $720 cash to secure terri...

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

Bass I The Biggest and Most Astounding Money Saving Event Happen^Ii 14 TO 20 FT., 40c VALUES FISHING POLES JAPANESE 3AMBOO 10c $1 Hamburger Presses 25c FISHERMAN'S PARADISE ASSORTMENT OF LURES HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM VALUES UP TO 1.35 Regular 3.95 Venetian Blinds - 2.99 Values to 3.95 Fancy Vases 77c 7.95 Desk Lamp 3.00 1 only Sunbeam Deep Fry 14.99 Small Assortment TOYS 60% off 50c Children's Training Pots - Thompson's Furniture & LOCATED ON HIGHWAY 67, NAPLES, TEX., ANNOUNCES A Our Entire Stock Of Furniture and Appliances X Now Priced At All-Time Low Figures - Save Now BEAUTIFUL 2-PIECE SIMMONS LIVING ROOM SUITE — IN TURQUOISE — REGULAR 229.95 PRICE. SELLING HERE NOW FOR REGULAR 249.95 2-PIECE KROEHLER LIVING ROOM SUITE. DIVAN AND CHAIR. NYLON UPHOLSTERY WITH METALLIC THREAD. IN RED ROSE AND BIEGE. ON SALE NOW REGULAR 349.95 KROEHLER 2-PIECE SUITE — DIVAN AND CHAIR. FRIEZE UPHOLSTERY CUSHIONIZED IN SMART BIEGE COLOR. GOING NOW AT REGULAR 33695 KROEHLER 2-PIECE SUITE IN ROSE BI...

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

EVERYTHING GOES AT DRASTIC AND SWEEPING PRICE CONCESSIONS THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1957 ■n ardware ROBERT D. COFFMAN ADDED TO OUR SALES FORCE NC(S A WALL TO WALL WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE TO THE TRADE THAT ROBERT O. COFFMAN IS NOW CONNECTED WITH OUR FIRM. MR. COFFMAN WAS REARED IN DEKALB AND AVERY AND HAS HAD A NUMBER OF YEARS EXPERI- ENCE IN THE HARDWARE, FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE BUSINESS. MR. COFFMAN COMES TO US WELL RECOM- MENDED AND WE INVITE YOU TO COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED WITH HIM. ANY FAVORS SHOWN HIM WILL BE APPRECIATED BY US. ED THOMPSON * ' "'h ; its Friday 9 a.m. Fujniture, Hardware And * „ IblicMarket At Prices II Competition In The Hajtoened in Naples, Tex. UR ENTIRE b OR!:# WARE- TOW ... TO M THE PUBLIC ^ M:RE FRAG- VALUE WITH- R DELAY! REGULAR 139.95 DIAMOND - RING SET 79.95 3.50 ZIPPO LIGHTERS 1.95 Cost. DonH Miss It i LARGE GROUP toffee nd Regular 19.95 >cktail Light and Dark Colors besf-es: 2 only SmaSI Group 1 only Antique LAMP TABLE END TABLES - ...

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