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

The Woman' S Angie *3"HE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1957 Miss Betty Garrett, Bride-Elect, Is Honored At Tea Shower Saturday Miss Betty Garrett, bride- elect of Gary Simpson, was honored at a tea shower Sat- urday, March 9, at the home of Mrs. Lenoy Slider. Co-hostesses were Mrs. E. L. Autry, Mrs. Floyd Shults, Mrs. Guy Ranes, Mrs. Ollie Robison, Mrs. Randall Ranes, Mrs. Lewis Rogers, Mrs. Car- son Lancaster and Mrs. C. J. Kay of Omaha. Receiving the guests were the hostess, the bride-elect, her mother, Mrs. J, W. Gar- rett, the prospective bride- groom's mother, Mrs. Maurice Simpson, and Mrs. Clifford Wyninegar, sister of Miss Gar- rett. Miss Jean Kay registered the guests. The refreshment table v;as witfe- &**'white taffeta and net cloth, centered with an ar- II I I Ear Screws and Clips Pair 59c or 2 pair $1 Friday and Saturday LOWERY'S Drug Store rangement of white carna- tions nestled with aqua rib- bons in a milk glass bowl. Miniature white wedding bells and aqua str...

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

" ■ ' THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1957 BRYANS MILL Illness Keeps Ofturch Attenda^e Low .111 i the brahma corral The Staff Editor Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Typists Carol Ann Knight Sue Heard Donna Towler Spec. Reporter Nancy Shults FFA. Reporter Kerry Hicks K!!'H| vter ^^J^iette Ruth Phillips Sport- writer Windell McCord Maurice Hill Band Reporter Joe Lane Davis Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland FHA Members Attend Area VI Meeting Saturday A group of 16 F.H.A.'ers and their teacher, Mrs. Leo McCoy, attended the Area VI meeting at East Texas State Teachers College at Com- merce Saturday. At the meet- ing, Jeanette Tigert was elect- ed vice president of District II, which has recently been organized. District II covers nine counties. Ruth Pope was an Area voting delegate and Nancy Thomas was the Dis- trict voting delegate. Jeanette is the president of the local chapter and a sopho- more. During the ...

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

' . • • '' ' "• * Wm •' ' THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1957 •*>- PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Ducky Wil- liams and family of San D« 'ego, Calif., visited last Thurs- day with her grandmother, Mrs. Lilla Skelton. They were en route to Memphis, Tenn. B K-- P EE i Hi" I > NEW STRAPLESS SHADOW PANELED SLIP IN NO-IRON MIRICALE FABRIC Midriff - Shadow Paneled to hem. A fashionable "hold up" to wear under sheers and bare top dresses. No bones — the intricate elasticizing does the trick and does it well. COOL AND SOFT NO-IRON FABRIC Sizes 32 ■ 38 Short and Tall ONLY 3.98 S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. Eddie McWhorter of Longview is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Calloway. Mrs. John Watson visited relatives at Mt. Vernon Sun- day afternoon. Bro. and Mrs. Baldwin, Bro. Horace Hampton and Bro. Bil- ly Terrell of Shreveport were Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs. Maude Shaddix. Bro. Baldwin closed a week's gos- pel meeting at the Church of Christ Sunday evening....

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

ffflh • • jcudents Get Polio Vaccine Polio shots were given to approximately 800 students at Pewitt and Carver schools Thursday morning. Scheduled to receive the vaccine were 375 students at Pewitt school and 460 at Carver school. The program includes all of the grades at the two schools. the people T H /A o hi i f0 JV r. City Streets To Be Re- Doctor in the school area began mass inoculation prog^*1 planned early this man ft / by the Tri-County Medical Society. Dr. C. J. Wise and Dr. J. S. Leeves of Naples and Dr. W. A. King of Omaha joined in the Society's plans to give free vaccinations to all of the school children in the area. Frank C. Bean, superintend- ent of schools, said the first of the vaccinations with Salk vaccine would be given at Pewitt and Carver schools Thursday morning starting at 9 a.m. All students in both schools v/hose parents have agreed for them to receive the shots were to get them Thursday. Bean estimated that about 800, students would receive the vaccinati...

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

<■> ' - •* w ■aeewewwiiHIeWBS THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1957 "VIEWPOINTS Protect Your Child Suppose someone took you aside and said: "You hi ve an enemy who may waylay your child and cripple him for life. But I know how you can stop this enemy. It won't cost you a cent and it will take only 180 seconds of your child's time." If you knew the situation was true, you'd take him up on it, wouldn't you? Well, the facts are true. The enemy is paralytic polio. There is no cure for paralytic polio, but there is a way to prevent it. The preventive is the Salk vaccine. It is safe and it works. Three properly spaced shots — at about 60 seconds a shot — gives you protection. Doctors in three counties which includes this area, in a completely unselfish gesture, have offered to give the shots free to all school children. They made the offer because they felt that it is of the utmost importance that everyone under 40 years of age receive the vaccinations if polio is to be stampe...

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

A- THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1957 the brahma corral Reporter .'porter The Staff Editor Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Typists Carol Ann Knight Sue Heard Donna Towler Nancy Shults Kerry Ilicks I 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 Wednesday, there will be tennis play-offs. The one-act play contest will be held Thursday at Tal- co. The Interscholastic League meet is at Hughes Springs on Friday. Pewitt has spelling, reading, writing, declamation, typing I, and shorthand en- tries in the contest. Band Presents Winter Concert The Brahma band present- ed its winter concert Tuesday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. It was the first full-scale concert of the year under the baton of Billy Noble, director. The program included "Men in Grey" March; "Fantasy for Band", "Berkshire Hills", and "Prince and the ...

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

wm I** The Woman's Angle - ■>$)' -•; • . .. ■ ' * ' ••' . - tgi THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1957 < Mrs. Chester E. Coker Hostess To Garden Club For March Meeting The Naples Garden Club met Wednesday, March 13, at the home of Mrs. Chester E. Coker with Mrs. Chester Mil- ton Coker and Mrs. William Ted Coker as co-hostesses. Because of the absence of the president, Mrs. C. J. Wise, the recent past president, Mrs. Joe Fulcher, took charge of the meeting. As each mem- ber answered roll call, she showed an arrangement or specimen of home grown flowering bulbs or other flow- ers she had brought. Mrs. Fulcher welcomed two guests, Mrs. M. N. Heard of Naples, and Mrs. Randy G. Moore of Omaha. Each member was present- ed a package of soil cultiva- tion as a gift from a whole- sale; grocery company in Tex- arkana. During the program, Mrs. Kenneth Rowe gave a talk on "Dahlia Culture", Mrs. M. B. Hampton talked on "Iris Cul- ture", and Mrs. W. H. Mor- gan on "Fertilizers for Gar-...

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

■•'t. THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 195? BRYANS MILL People Confined With Illness Mrs. I " t> Oi By Mrs. Steve Brock Mrs. Emma Coker has been visiting in Ml. Pleasant with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Coker. We under- stand Murry has pneumonia. We wish him a speedy re- covery. Mrs. Tommy Stringer left Sunday for Dallas to be with Mr. Stringer, who is confined to the hospital there. Mrs. Tommy Waldon is .with pneumonia at Rng. Mr. Waldon is no Our sympathy goes to Ivan Waldon of Barstow, Calif, returned Friday after spending the past week with his father, Tommy Waldon, and other relatives here. Mr. A. Jones has been con- fined to the David Granberry Hospital in Naples for the past two weeks. Hope he is soon able to return to his home. ~ Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Maxwell were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brit Baskin Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moul- ton of Hughes Springs visited last week in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ron- ald Stringer. Mobilgas Mobiloil...

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

' "< ? , * rW I w- "THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1957 CORNETT Local Women A its rid leaciier Meeting By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was well at- tended considering the falling of much rain during the hour. Several visitors were present. Mr. and Mrs. Murlin Law- less of Odessa are visiting relatives here. Sorry to report Mr. W. O. Hall has suffered a heart at- tack and will be confined to his home for a while now. We wish for him a speedy re- covery. He and his family are missed from church. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gibson on Mon- day at noon at the Bucey Clinic in Linden. The baby has been named Mark Wayne. The District M.Y.F. will meet in Linden Monday night at 7:30. The Cornett group hoped to be there to bring the banner. The Curreys, Halls, Wom- macks and Mr. and Mrs. Law- less of Odessa had lunch with the W. T. Walkers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Wheat and family visited relatives in Cooper over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall of Lake Charles, L...

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

son THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1957 rour Coirnty -zzsnn Extension Agewte "JeKO-i. -H. ajte£jK. (?otltge ^xteniion. at vice l¥h&*3lP1 gurret^l fSir-PlgaTtsJ By R. J. Dean Over 300 dogs were vacci- nated in the county-wide ra- bies program held throughout Morris county this past week. Anyone who did not have their pets vaccinated during the r/jj^s program are urged to ddfl^One rabjd dog al- read\*S^ been reported this year between Lone Star and Ore City. • * A forestry field day will be held Saturday, April 20, be- ginning at 10 a.m. on a two acre tract of timber owned by Lone Star Steel company. This timber is located aeross the highway from the steel plant and is leased to the Daingerfield 4-H Club. The forestry program will include fire control, hardwood and brush control, marking and thinning, planting seedlings, and up-to-date equipment for managing timber in East Tex- as. All land owners in Morris county who are interested in METHODIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES The Rev. ...

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

V'SMw" N THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1957 I i * PERSONAL ET'. Mr. and Mis. Jim Elledge spent Monday at Texarkana with Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Park- er. Mr. Parker has just re- turned from the veteran's hospital at Shreveport, where he had been a patient. Gordan Fulcher of Tennes- see was a guest Saturday night and Sunday with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fulcher and chil- dren. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hassell and children were here over the week end to be with her father, Dr. I. M. Watson, who was a patient at David Gran- berry Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. Yost of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico are visiting her par- • ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Watts. The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Woodson of Marietta were vis- itors at Bloomburg Saturday night. Mr. Woodson filled the pulpit at the Baptist Church there. Leon Stacks, James and Joe were visitors at Texarkana Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hampton and daughter, Sondra, of Ft. Worth, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. an...

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

HP M ■ \ vf Site Picked For Hospital Of Pines The hospital being donated to the area by Lone Star Steel company will be built about half way between the steel plant anil Daingerfield. Announcement of the de- p cisian was made Tuesday ni^yi at a meeting of the I nippers of the hospital's ■P/sWFP directors. , jfcte is on highway 26 at the north end of Lone Star lake on a high hill just east of the bridge which crosses the upper end of the lake. The site is five miles from Daingerfield and is two- tenths of a mile closer to that town than it is to the plant. The land selected consists of 29 acres owned by the heirs of J. C. Jenkins. It was Monitoring MAIN STREET Stumped? — ' If you are still on the fence about who to vote Jor in the senate election next Tuesday, here's a street-corner solution that might interest you: Elect Martin Dies to the senate, elect John White to the office Dies vacates, elect Searcy Bracewell to White's present office, and then take your choice of the remaining...

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

\ H8 W- ii# |f:4v K I %> W: %• - ■ XS.1 ,.'■ V1' ' '"■*FS7"7Tj.''r .«tu .riiiiiiti ■ h I THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1957 CORNETT VIEWPOINTS MYf To Keep Attendance Banner ▲ ii An observer attending the Arkansas legis- lative session remarked the other day that everyone was represented there except the people. Apparently the same holds true in Texas. Political skulldrudgery has taken its toll in public money, reputations and the state's good name elsewhere in the nation. Governor Price Daniel predicted this week that "there will be some convictions and pun- ishment meted out when these cases reach the courts". If reports from the capital are true, the Governor's prediction should be the under- statement of the year. There should be no doubt that those who play loosely with public moneys should be made to pay the price for their thievery. But it is a known fact that a small-time thief who gets no more than a few dollars worth of merchandise is often dealt with much more ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 March 1957

I H THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1957 the brahma corral NEWS Am your County ¥ The Staff Editor Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Typists Carol Ann Knight Sue Heard Donna Towler Spec. Reporter Nancy Shults FFA Reporter Kerry Hicks FHA Reporter Bette Ruth Phillips SnJjfcL^Vriter Windell McCord • Maurice Hill Banjfr Importer Joe Lane Davis Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland Band Members Attend Clinic At Commerce The Brahma band attended a band clinic held at Com- merce on Saturday, March 23. The clinic was held for the Extension Agent^ . purpose of perfecting the mu- sic to be played at contest by the bands in this area. Music by the band was recorded in the new Fine Arts Building at East Texas State Teachers College and the recording will be used by the band to locate and perfect flaws in the per- formance. Congratulations to. Mattie Beth Hummel, clarinetist, for her performance at the one- act play contest...

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

m Masons, OES In Joint Meeting The annual joint dinner meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star and Masons was held at the basement of the Methodist Chureh last Friday night. Rex Allen, worthy patron of the Naples chapter, gave the invocation, and the wel- come was given by Mrs. Reu- ben Cole, worthy matron of the chapter. Others on the program were Bill Ellis, wor- shipful master of Belden Lodge, Mrs. T. D. Chism of Daingerfield, and Miss Char- lotte Tomberlain and Miss Lillian Tomberlain. Spring flower arrangements decorated the tables. A dinner of fried chicken, baked beans, potato salad, green salad, fruit salad, pie, cake and coffee was served buffet style to approximately 100 persons. The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY,,VtARCH 28, 1957 Miss Mary Alice Doolittle Becomes \ Bride Of Perry Scott Bishop Miss Mary Alice Doolittle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aus- tin Doolittle Jr. of Naples, and Perry Scott Bishop, son of Mr. Lee Roy Bishop of Diana, were married Monday, Mar...

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

[ZT? BRYANS MILL Corcrcmiity Saddened By Two Deaths By Mrs. Steve Brock , The attendance at church and Sunday School was small because of the bad weather and sickness in the commu- nity. The community was sad- dened the past week by the deaths of Mr. Tommy Waldon and Mr. Henry Shafer. Our sympathy goes to these fam- ilies. Mrs. Rose Waldon, who has beertfcgery ill, seems to be g some this week. M^( :i :d Mrs. John Hobbs of Texarkana attended the funeral here Saturday and visited Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melton. Buddy Simpson, who has been stationed in Wichita Falls for the past two months, joined his wife and children here for a ten-day leave, after which they will go to Charles- itf. •-" us Mobilgas Mobiloil RANES SERVICE STATION ,VOUR FRIENDLY' v PGNOLIADEALE ton, S. C., where he will be stationed. While Edwin Stringer and son of McKinney were en route here Saturday to attend the funeral of his uncle, a truck ran in front of him in Mt. Vernon, causing quite a bit of da...

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

1 1 v*s 0M Is"'' nillllM ftMpMtfttfttf* *$*<«** THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1957 Voters Cho'ose Senator Tuesday Morris county voters ap- parently don't care who their next United States senator "will be. With 22 candidates to pick from, the absentee voting by . early this week indicated one of the lightest total votes in years in a major election. Mrs. Audrey Mae Childress, c«unty clerk, said Tuesday only three persons had voted absentee and two others had ballots which they had not returned. The deadline for absentee voting is Friday. The election will be held ftext Tuesday. The polling place in Naples will be at the fire station. The three absentee ballots cast Tuesday is a sharp drop from the number cast in the primaries and general elec- tion last year. For comparison, there were 73 absentee votes in the gen- eral election, 160 in the first Democratic primary and 180 in the second primary. There will be 23 names on the ballot but only 22 are an- nounced candidates....

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

, f.- • - I douglassvjlle Resent Bride Honored With Shower By Mrs. b. w. Swint This reporter is sorry to have disappointed the readers of this column but she has been vacationing in San An- tanio and in the Valley at Euinburg. The Valley is really a beautiful place now to be. We are very sorry to re- port that we have several sick ones on our list. Mr. A. D. Jfcw-riss, Mrs. Tobe McCoy aD((^B^Mollie Williams have bee^j ,v*this past week. Miss Mollis returned from the clin- ic in Linden after being there for several days last week. Our best wishes to them for a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Gran- berry and Mr, and Mrs. Mor- ris Granberry and David of Texarkana visited in Mr. and Mrs. Kennith GleLoff's home at Shreveport last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gleboff had their baby christened that day. Mrs. Tobe McCoy has visit- ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson of Commerce recently. Mr. Thompson has been ill. Mrs. Jack Turner, a recent bride, was honored with a miscellaneous shower a...

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

— THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1957 PERSONAL Kf-*- SA"? j If — ——^ s I Mrs. J. L. Moore and Mrs. H. I). Moore spent Saturday in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thompson and daughters, Betty Jane and Glenda Jean, were dinner guests Sunday with his uncle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ma- son Thompson, at Malta. SHIRTWAIST Dresses THE FASHION DACRON PURE SILK IS THE COTTON FABRIC \ In Assorted COLORS and SIZES — PRICES — $5.95 to $24.95 We have the right length gloves for below the elbow sleeves. White and Black $2.98 S &> S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. Don King and children returned last Thursday after a visit with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. King at Greenville. Mrs. King and Mrs. Jack Allen and Chuck brought them here and spent the day. - James Ed Alexander, stu- dent at East Texas State Teachers College, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Gran- berry spent Sunday through Tuesday at Austin. Mrs. M. B. H...

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

wN wWrTV 4* ,- .•t' -it:" X v I 1 ...... f ;,! 4! Voters Choose 3 School Board Members Saturday I • -$k* ,. i; magmf u mm ■YniSnar '"si6S";-. Voters in the Pevvitt school district will tlect three mem- bers to the school board Sat- urday, April 6. The election will be held at *h$.«sch°°l and voting will be 1 t orn fy. a.m. until 7 p.m. Six 'flames have been filed wmm for the election and there are three places on the board to be filled. B. J. Floyd of Naples and W. C. Stevens of Omaha are up for re-election. Thomas B. Bottoms, Naples, and Billy G. Hawkins, Jackie Walker and R. G. Moore, Omaha, are can- didates for a first term. The names of Floyd and Stevens were filed by petition and the names of the other four by affidavit. The school board Monday night set the rules for pre- paring the ballots. The names of the candi- dates are to be listed in the order in wftich they were filed with their addresses, and to be separate by communities 'With the community having the largest number ...

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