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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 April 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1957 VIEWPOINTS Why Prices Are High Sometimes people ask, "Why can't auto- mobile manufacturers make a car to sell for about $1,500." The truth of the matter is that manufactur- ers — several of them — do make good cars that, so far us profit and cost of construction are concerned, could sell for around $1,500. It's the government's take that runs the price above the $2,000 mark. There is a little matter of approximately $158 of each car of this price range for the various kinds of taxes on materials, parts and their transportation. Then there is another matter of approxi- mately $150 in corporation, income and other taxes paid by the manufacturer. And an average estimated $34.81 property and similar taxes paid by dealers. All of this adds very close to $500, making the $1,500 car approximately a $2,000 car as far as the purchaser is concerned. So that's what happens to your $1,500 car. The same is true in iust about everything a person buys tod...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 April 1957

College Group Gives Program UNION CHAPEL ggCLi iM THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1?S7 the brahma corral The Staff Editor Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Spec. Reporter Nancy Shults Band Reporter Joe Lane Davis Sports Writer Windell McCord Maurice Hill Reporter Kerry Hicks ti: oorter Bette Ruth Phillips Typists Carol Ann Knight Sue Heard Donna Towler Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland Is This You? By Two Students Next week is six weeks exam time again. This week, the students are not thinking much about tests but, by the middle of next week, many will be trying to think how to cram all they should have learned in six weeks into one day. If students fail, who gets the blame? The teachers. When the report cards are given out, you can hear re- marks of this sort: "Look what the teacher gave me" or "I know I should have made more". You will not admit to your- self or anyone else that it is really you, not the t...

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

■;;:s paw* • v >t wtewgfc ISiS THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1957 DOUGLASSVILLE OES Members Entertain Masons By Mrs. B. W. Swint We have received another good rain this Sunday eve- ning. We are not too dry here at the present but we can use more moisture. Members of the OES will enterlain the Masons this Monday evening at the com- munity building with a pot stew and all the fixings. We hope all the men will be pres- ent Mr. and Mrs. Glenn John- ston of Ft. Worth and Mrs. Dollie Snipes, who is living in Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Swint's home at Omaha, spent the night in Mrs. Snipes' home Saturday. On Sunday morn- ing, Mr. and Mrs. Johnston returned to their home and Mrs. Snipes went with them to Omaha for a longer visit. We are very glad to know that Mrs. Emma McCoy, who fell last week and fractured several ribs, is slowly improv- ing at home. Her children vis- S,s ited her Sunday. Miss Mollie Williams is slowly improving at her home and we were very glad to see her so cheerful S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 April 1957

um. SMMfmm a .EH THE NAPLES MONITOR Club Completes Quilts For Members 29 District Farmers Build Ponds By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. James Knight fill- ed the pulpit the fifth Sunday and brought a challenging sermon, "Hell Has Taken Over", from 1st Timothy 6:7- 15. There was a splendid crowd and the day was fine lor worshipping. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McCord surprised his son, Mr. Horace McCord, with a visit Saturday. Horace lives in Gladewater. The McCords shopped in jjv'ew during the after- 5v' d Mrs. Donald Betts went' on a business trip to Shreveport Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Hall visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Yates of Marshall Sunday. Mrs. Yates has just under- gone surgery. Mrs. Hollis Whittenberg ana Mrs. A1 Muirhead of Dal- las spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Betts. The Quilting Club is mov- ing along fine. There is good attendance, food and fellow- ship. Quilts for Mrs. Ira Joyce atld Mrs. Alvin Irvin were completed. Mr. and Mrs. Lumas Gibson of near Daingerfield spent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 April 1957

■mm rr . -■+■ I 9 (M i-fiMfy,' THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1957 PERSONAL Mrs. J. M. Hampton, Mrs. iDon King and children, Mrs. O. I. Fink and Mrs. M. B. Davenport visited Saturday at Pittsburg with Mrs. Freddie Joe Davenport and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Robert What- iey of Texarkana visited Sun- with her mother, Mrs. A. avis and other relatives. NEW SHIPMENT Haitie Carnegie Cologne PINK BLUE BEIGE CARTE BLANCHE FOUR WINDS COLOGNE for MEN — SATIN WRAPPED — 2 oz $2.00 4 oi $3.50 6 oz with atomizer $5.00 S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. Nita Lowery and Mona and Mrs. Billy Milam of Hen- derson visited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton and Pat. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. King of Greenville were guests Friday'' night with their son and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Don King and children. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hamp- ton visited Sunday afternoon at Pittsburg with Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Joe Davenport and baby. Buddy Page, son of Mr. and Mrs. Travis Page, had a ton- sillectomy in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 April 1957

-- <•«?:* rirtii>-Mri(wi.n.«i i W< «*■ i win w'-* dm**• •* - %•; •' ,'f '•' -. 7 ■ gr.fjg ■ . r^-ap. Cut Ordered In Postal Service; Saturday Delivery Halted A cut in postal services has been ordered for all post offices effective Saturday un- less congress provides more money for the department. The order would eliminate rural delivery on Saturdays, close the offices on Saturdays and Sundays, eliminate third class mail, cut the number of city deliveries, suspend the is- suance of money orders, and Pui the offices on a shorter schedule during the day. All post offices have re- ceived a postal bulletin set- ting out the reductions which are to be put into service. Postmaster General Arthur Summerfield has asked con- gress for a 47 million dollar supplementary appropriation to cover losses of the depart- ment for the current year. Congress approved only 17 million. The postal bulletin sent to all post offices was dated I ' - i •iaS&L'V,-" > >• I ■« .. '■/'■in#. M iSe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 April 1957

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 April 1957

^Pp^pjpi^^V ynik- I1IW KSS ■i^s Q'i 3 THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1957 \ the brahma corral The Staff Editor Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Spec. Reporter Nancy Shults Band Reporter Joe Lane Davis Sports Writer Windell McCord Maurice Hill Kerry Hicks ! I -J |4. sr M ce, 108 .88 .56 .00 1.00 L31 L00 J.OO .58 ilT J.34 .15 schedulS "porter .porter "Mb >' Bette Ruth Phillips r^JHsts Carol Ann Knight Sue Heard Donna Towler Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland Students Plan Activities For Western Week Next week is "Western Week" at Pewitt school and men teachers and the boys have started growing beards. If they wish, they may buy a shaving permit. If they have no beard nor shaving permit, they will be fined 25 cents. All students will wear west- ern clothes or pay a 10 cent fine. Boy members of the student council will act as deputies and will enforce the laws. A big party will be held in the gymnasium Thur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 April 1957

am—KT rf«lliiT Tllfii II / Connie Mills Is Local Women State DRT Nominees UttMs '& Two Naples members of the Daughters of the Repub- lic of Tex's have been nomi- nated for state offices. Mrs. W. W. McNatt has been nominated as fourth vice president and Mrs. Leon Coker as a member of the state board. Both are mem- bers of the Anson Jones chap- ter of the DRT. An announcement of the nominations was made at the meeting here last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chester E. Coker. Mrs, H. T. Morris was co- hostess for the meeting. Mrs. W. A. Ford opened the meet- ing with a prayer and Mrs. Leon Coker led the group in a salute to the state and na- tional flags. The roll call was answered with noted schools of Texas. The business session was directed by Mrs. P. E. Wall- ace. Mrs. McNatt conducted a program on "Progress in Tex- as" with a discussion of tra- vel. Mrs. Raymond Reeves discussed "Progress in Art" and Mrs. Abb Smith Jr. told of "Progress in Industry". Refreshments wer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 April 1957

m " bryans mill Skkncss Continues At Bryans Mi By Mrs. Steve Brock Attendance was good both at church and Sunday School this week end. Let's all be in Sunday School next Sunday. Miss Lenora Abston of East Texas Baptist College at Mar- shall, and her roommate, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Abston. Mr. and Mrs. Brit Baskin h^ye been in Texarkana for week at the bedside ^^■^raskin's mother, Mrs. .^Jpteward, who is very ill. Our sympathy to this fam- ily. - Mrs. Emma Coker returned home last Thursday after spending three week^ in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Murry Coker of Mt. Pleasant. WE WILL CLOSE AT SATURDAY IH| The Naples BARBER SHOP We are glad Murry is improv- ing after being confined to the hospital for some time. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Pruitt Jr. and children visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Pruitt, in Gladewater Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stringer and children visited over the week end with relatives in Paris. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Walker of Gilmer ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 April 1957

rXti&wJit > i,Vmt.-i- ■- "ii i||'ji?iT«n-V-"'■TV?' THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1957 DOUGLASSVILLE Civil Defense Meeting Called Monday >8y Mrs. B. W. Swint Everyone is urged to attend the Civil Defense Program to be held this Monday evening t. the REA auditorium. The meeting was to be held on Thursday evening of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yar- borough of Lindale were re- ceitf visitors in the home of Mrs. Luna Swint. Members of the Baptist Cherch entertained with a Fel- lowship meeting last Thursday evening for their friends and neighbors. This was the first meeting of this newly organ- ized organization. There were several friends from Atlanta and several men from the Methodist Church here. The Rev. Larry Foster of Marietta was the guest speaker. These men plan to hold monthly meetings. There were 33 men present. They all enjoyed the delicious dinner. J. E. Swint was taken to Ellington Memorial Hospital Saturday. Several from here have been visiting him. Our...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 April 1957

CORNEtT 1 if I Jm MfcCord Finishes Observation Work By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was con- ducted at the usual 10:30 hour and there was a good attend- ance with several visitors. We welcome the visitors to our church. Come again. Mrs. Mildred Betts and son, Gorden, returned home Sun- day from a two weeks visit with relatives in Beaumont. The M. Y. F. sub-district meeting will be held in At- lanta April 22, the third Mon- day night of this month. Bobby Don McCord finish- t'B observation work at ^ity high school last and returned to A and M College Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McCord visited relatives in Texarkana Sunday. Mrs. Houston Garrison, Mrs. Christine Rutherford and Mrs. Williams of Atlanta visited Mr. and Mrs. Milas Harrell | Friday afternoon. Mrs. Myra Hummel spent Saturday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. C. D. Betts. News of interest to friends is the marriage of Mr. Sam Thomas to Miss Doris Withers of Shreveport, La. March 29. They are living in Hobbs, New Mexi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 April 1957

•■■ :.*■ MAM.lt MONITOR THUWOAY, AMML 11. 19if PERSONAL . ' Mr. and Mrs. John Watson Visited last week with rela- tives at Houston and Orange. John Arthur Shaddix and .sons, Art and Hale of New Boston visited Sunday with .Mrs. Maude Shaddix! Mr. and Mrs. Randall Ranes were week end guests at , Greenville with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Simpson. Miss Annette Roach of Ty- ler spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Irvin Roach. I ( " EASTER SPECIAL! ONE RACK OF Dresses AND Suits Pure Silk Linens Cotton Dacron Was NOW 12.95 9.30 14.95 10.50 16.95 12.90 19.95 16.50 25.00 20.10 29.95 23.70 35.00 27.30 39.95 32.10 49.95 39.30 S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away John Cole of Texarkana was a guest over the week end with his brother and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cole and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garrett Sr. visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tuck at New Boston. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Carrol and children of Garland visit- ed over the week end here with her parents, Mr....

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

5 MRS. CHILDRESS RECORDS OLD DEED B5-Year Old Deed Filed The deed to the Concord Baptist Church was filed last week. 85 years after it was written. It was a matter that somehow was slipped up on when it was written back in 1872. It had never been filed. I Something came up a few weeks ago and the deacons of the church started searching through the county records. Dee Tigert of Omaha, a dea- Monitoring MAIN STREET Stuck for Stamps? — If the post office's shorter hours catches you short of stamps, The Monitor normally keeps extra stamps and postal cards on hand. If you need them after the post office closes, drop by. We have them for your con- venience. — Intm — Bare Cupboard — Mrs. Lon Thigpen was one of those women who went off with the Travelers Club on a four-day trip to see the sights of Arkansas, Tennes- see and Kentucky. She spent the three days before they left Sunday fry- ing chicken, baking cakes and generally preparing goodies. Mighty thoughtful of her, her husband thought,...

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

• * k' >'•.• ., • 4 k .■ fSae ■.-is'• • . THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 18. 1957 ■ {■' Tv ?*: I VIEWPOINTS i WM glg&i o ne Time Around Morris county people will have a chance soon to decide whether they want to have all of the money-raising campaigns for a year lumped into one drive. The Dalngcrfield chamber of commerce has checked and found that there is some senti- ment favoring a county-wide United Fund organization to replace the usual individual campaigns held all during the year and has called a meeting to discuss formation of the organization. Several Naples people have been asked to attend the meeting. A single drive each year has many advan- tages. It is a convenience to contributors be- cause they can make their gifts at one time and forget about campaigns for a year. It is an even bigger convenience for the handful of people who do the work of plan- ning and soliciting for the many campaigns. The success of a United Fund campaign will depend on its support by ...

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

F MP I [;.# • . fee ! THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL to k I Ml ar rs rs ve it le sh I | to fe tie. 5? V 3fe«a.*v<j '-ua Hk I i ar- «*< v ■ :xt. % ^ m * ■ J" lur lou J hd- Band Wins Two 1st Division Ratings . V i The Pewitt high school con- cert band attended the con- cert and sight reading contest held at East Texas State Teachers College in Com- MMM DANIEL'S CHAPEL Con. Methodist Church Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 am. (2nd and 4th Sundays) Young People 6:30 p.m. Night Worship 7 p.m. (2nd and 4th Sundays) Prayer Meeting Wed. Night Bill Harty, Pastor merce last Thursday and, for the first time in its history, won two First Division rat- ings. The band has made First Division ratings in all three Interscholastic League con- tests held this year for bands. The contests are in marching, concert and sight reading. CARD OF THANKS I wish to say thanks to my friends, especially the hospi- tal staff, for their kindness shown me during my illness. May God bless each of ...

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

SI'"' The Woman's Angle I f# I THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 1R, 1957 A- i mm ffl PVlsss Alicia Crump to Become Bride of Gerald Hampton In June 1 Ceremony Ljgsa < [ The engagement and ap- proaching marriage of Miss Alicia Crump to Marcus Ger- ald Hampton, son of Mrs. Janie Hampton of Naples, has been announced by the bride- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crump of Naples. The vows will be exchanged June 1 at the First Baptist Church with the pastor, the Rev, Morris Hill, officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride-elect is an honor graduate of Paul H. Pewitt high school and will receive her degree in July from Texas State College for Women at Denton, where she is home economics major. She was voted to "Who's Who of American Colleges and Universities" and is on the dean's list. She has been residential assistant for two years and served as president of Smith-Carroll. She also was active in the Baptist Training Union and is a member of the East Texas Club, Athenaeu...

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

BRYANS MILL Harrison Discharged From Service By Mrs. Steve Brock . Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Strin- ger had as week end visitors Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stringer of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- win Stringer and children of McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rutledge and children of Tex- arkana, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hicks and Linda of ML Pleas- ant and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Skelton and Jackie of Naples. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Brown were Sunday night visitors in the C^V;'Davlin home. O^HrSte Maxwell of Tex- arkatva. visited Sunday with her sVSters, Mrs. Lura Stacks and Mrs. Brit Baskin. Mrs. Stacks returned to Texarkanr with her for a week's visit Charles Ingram of the U.S. army is spending a ten day leave with his parents, the ROCKY BRANCH CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible classes for all 10 a.m. Preaching & worship 11 a.m. The Lord's Supper 11:45 a.m. Morning Sermon Subject "Our Risen Lord" Youth meeting 6:30 p.m. || Preaching 7:30 p.m. Sermon Subject "The First Resurrection" Mid-week Services Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. B. U. Ba...

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

7 " '■4 W ■' IP * B biei Hi' i ■ « ■ •HE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1957 DOUGLASSVILLE JVHss Williams Dies Sunday OoagS3SS¥iiS3 Plans Sis si rise Service A* Dougsass*iiie By Mrs. B. W. Swint You are urged to attend the Easter service at 6 a.m. on Easter morning at the Metho- dist Church. The worship service will be closed with Holy Communion. Everyone is invited to be present at 6 a.m The vacation church school district institute will be held at 7 p.m. April 25 at Williams Memorial Methodist Church in Texarkana and on April 26 at 10 a.m. at the Methodist Church in Hughes Springs. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Swint of Omaha were Sunday after- noon visitors in the B. W. Swint home and also in the home of Mrs. Doilie Snipes. W. E. and B. W. Swint visited J. E. Swint in the Ellington Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. We are very glad to report J. E. Swint improving and he is looking forward to being at home this week. Mrs. Watt McCall, Mrs. Ben Heath, Mrs. H. S. Granberry, Mrs. H. 0. Allen Sr...

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

£ issi CORNETT Twc Honored With Birthday Dinner I m ■ By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. James Knight fill- ed his regular appointment Sunday. He brought a fine sermon from 3 John 1-2:12. the title of his message was "The Greatest of All". There was a good crowd present considering the cold weather. The sub-district MYF meet- ing will be held April 22 in Atlanta. The meeting will be for the election of new offi- cers. It is our desire to have Cornet* well represented. Mj^Sarah Eitel and E. W. Jdj^V.vrr-? honored Sunday wittv~;jJ*Jt<irlhday dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Howe in Jefferson. On April 28, we will have a guest speaker at the Cornett Church at 11 o'clock Sunday. He should have some inter- esting information for us. Come and hear this person. Mrs. Ada Gibson of Hughes Springs spent the week end with Miss Daisy Heard. Mrs. Ernest Hanes and her daughter, Carolyn, and Miss Daisy Heard shopped in Lin- den Saturday. Mrs. Nora Gibson is enjoy- ing a new television set. Mr...

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