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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 May 1957

i I - ' -;■. v<t " , , " ®f. ' ". . -,,,, 5 vv-'. ." '■ Miss Ouida Hampton, BrideElcJt Honored At Tea Shower Saturday. ir] 4 £' BRYANS Miss Ouida Hampton, bride- elect of Larry Anderson, was the honoree at a tea shower held last Saturday at the home of Mrs. C. E. Coker. Co-hostesses for the occa- sion were Mrs. W. G. Gran- berry, Mrs. S. T. Smith, Mrs. Reuben Cole, Mrs. Wendell Smith and Mrs. Leon Coker. Receiving the guests were Mrs. Coker, the honoree and her roommate, Miss Lynnal- lee Dannelly, the honoree's mother, Mrs. M. B. Hampton, the prospective bridegroom's mother, Mrs. George L. An- derson, and the honoree's grandmothers, Mrs. A. J. Da- vis and Mrs. J. M. Hampton. Miss Patricia Hampton, cou- sin- of the bride-elect, was in Local Women Attend Legion Auxiliary Meet Mrs. Dan Watson £nd Mrs. Otho Eakin attended the Legion Auxiliary convention at Hughes Springs as dele- gates of the Clayton L. Harte unit. The unit won the meritori- ous service citation award for going over ...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 May 1957

«-A . •;/ ii > ;?V- i BRYANS MILL i$n lurch Sunday School Crowds Good Jy Mrs. Steve Brock Attendance at church and 'Sunday School was much bet- ter last Sunday. Let's all go f to church this Sunday. We're glad to see Usco Ab- ston back at home after a few days in the hospital with injured foot. Hope he has speedy recovery. Sorry Mrs. Rose Waldon is k-till very ill. Our sympathy ' J this family. Mrs. Emma Coker is still on our siqk list. Mr. and^Jrs. Vernon Sos- bee visih:^gfifr!iday afternoon with Mr. G. L. Dav- . lin Mr. ai.i fcdwin Strin- |er and children of McKin- ney were week end guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stringer. Miss Lenora Abston of East Texas Baptist College and her roommate, Miss Sylvia Piatt, were week end visitors in the home of Lenora's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Abston. Mr. and Mrs. Abston and the girls visited in Sylvia's home in Mooringsport, La. Sunday. Mrs. Jim Kinsey and chil- dren, Pat, Melenie and Becky, Mrs. Lea Stringer and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 May 1957

""THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1957 Morgan Wins Third Place In State Meet Billy Ray Morgan, Pewitt *high school senior, won third Jplace in the 880 yard run at •the state track and field meet ^t Austin last week end. Morgan was the only one Of the seven-man Brahma team to place in the state ehsmpionship competition. The school won the region- al meet and qualified track and field men in four events ROCKY POINT Methodist Church S&nday School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. (1st and 3rd Sundays) Young People 6:30 p.m. Night Worship 7 p.m. (1st and 3rd Sundays) Prayer Meeting Tues. Night Bill Harty, Pastor at the state meet. Charles Tenbrook and Ear- nest Smith finished first and second in the regional meet in the discus throw but failed to place at the state meet. Perry McMichael was un- able to qualify for the finals in the 220 yard dash and Ker- ry Hicks was unsuccessful in the pole vault. The mile relay team of Mc- Michael, Morgan, Ray John- son and Billy Joe Smith di...

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

PflPPi THE NAPLES MONITOR 3 THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1957 ew Law Controls Egg Grading POUGLASSVILLE The next few months mark be fresh. period of preparation for le of Texas' most importSnt Agricultural advances in re- cent years — the enforcement of an egg grading and stand- ards law. The recent passage of the Texas egg law brings the state into line with all other states which already have active egg programs, making possible the protection of egg produc- ers and consumers alike from misrepresented and mislabel- ed eggs. TTie law became effective upon its passage est- rak will not become Waf in foil for a six- "^prescribed period. period presumably is l&w for preparation of persons and firms for com- pliance with the law in full. With a few minor excep- tions, the new egg law pro- vides that eggs sold for hu- man consumption must be graded according to consumer grades and weight classes set up by the United States De- partment of Agriculture. ' The new law also makes it « illegal to se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 May 1957

i-' BW !r'r* THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1957 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carlton -jilkins of DeKalb were guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lenoy Slider and Sheri. A I I I !! WALTZ-LENGTH GOWN and MATCHING PEIGNOIR with lace and ribbon trim 513.90 WALTZ-LENGTH GOWN lace and nosegay trim White Maize Pink $3.98 S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Sgt. R. W. Rowley of Pitts- burgh, Penn., stationed at Carswell air force base, and A-2C Bill Grimes spent a three-day leave with the Dan Foster family. Mrs. Foster is recuperating from eye sur- gery on April 12. Mrs. Ruby Rand Irion of Sulphur Springs visited her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Stewart, and other relatives here the past week end. * Sgt. John R. Grimes and his wife of Perrin air force base spent a few days with - his mother, Mrs. Dan Foster, this week. ' Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dudley of Texarkana visited with Mr. and Mrs.' Herbert Hicks on Tuesday. They attended a funeral service at Mt. Pleas- ant. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Moore were at Tex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 May 1957

,yy >^wvvv ^vvvvvv</vvvvvv/ Churches Honor Mothers Little Leaguers Open Pi.,n \Tnn1 n ntAiUnfn mi rnra nhlirnll QllH MfC VlCQOrinCf thA Five Naples mothers were honored Sunday at services at the Baptist and Methodist churches. It is the custom each year for the churches to present fj/iwers to the oldest and the iothers at each of ches and to the moth- Hie most children pre- Ams. W. R. Walls, 83, and Mrs. H. J. Vissering, 79, were presented flowers as the old- est mothers . present. Mrs. Walls attended the Baptist Broom Sale Nets Lions $71 The Naples Lions Club got $71 for its part of the pro- ceeds of the broom sale held here Monday. The club president, Leon Garrett, said the club received approximately one-fourth of the total sales of $260.10. Members of the club oper- ated a sales stand on the street and canvassed the resi- dential and business district. Rain during the day inter- fered with the sale. The Lions Club's share of the profits will go to the. Na- ples community c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 May 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1957 VIEWPOINTS As Others See Us DOUGLASSVILLE From the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL Everything in Texas is big — even its calamities. Right now Texas is having some big floods, and Gov. Price Daniel is asking for federal relief money. That may turn out big, too, as such projects have a way of doing. It is a tragic coincidence that the floods follow on the heels of a serious drouth that hit parts of Texas. The Chicago Tribune re- ports from Washington that Texas has re- vived i.iore than $223 million in federal "drouth relief since mid-1954. That's fairly big money, even by Texas standards, and it aver- ages out about $100 for every family in all of Texas. Everyone certainly wants to see Texas get the help needed to allay real distress, just as Texans certainly would be willing to help us in similar misfortune — if we really couldn't cope with it ourselves. But those Texans al« ways did puzzle us. They fought so hard and successfully to keep from sharing th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 May 1957

• ■' - ■ w«- mm fij V I I i .. w • HE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1957 the brahma corral m 111% *\ ■ m m m* : Graduation Services Planned Sunday The baccalaureate service for the 40-member Pewitt high school graduating class will be held at 8 p m. Sunday at the school. The graduation exercises for the class will be held at 8 p.m. next Thursday, May 23. Amelia Stevens and Janette Tigert will present the pro- cessional and the Rev. Frank Richardson will give the in- vocation at the service Sun- day evening. The high school choir led by Billy Noble will sing a hymn and Joan Galloway, ac- companied oy Mary Jane Cherry, will sing a solo. H. R. Hamilton, high school principal, will introduce the speaker, the Rev. H. A. Spell, business manager of the East Texas Baptist College. Following another hymi\ by the high school choir, the Rev. Richardson will give the benediction. The recessional will be presented by Miss DANIEL'S CHAPEL Con. Methodist Church Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 May 1957

n ■ ' ' $mr.' |- r The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1957 *«; M v" 1 fVliss Alicia Crump, Bride-Elect Of Gerald Hampton, Honored At Shower Miss Alicia Crump, bride- elect of Gerald Hampton, was the honoree at a tea shower given at the home of Mrs. W. W. McNatt last Thursday evening. Co-hostesses who served for the occasion were Mrs. S. T. Smith, Mrs. Joe Fulcher, Mrs. E. E. Shirey, Mrs. Lon Thigpen, Mrs. Lee Davis and Mrs. M. G. Brock. The guests were greeted at the door by Mrs. McNatt. Others in the receiving line were the honoree, the hon- oree's mother, Mrs. Howard Crump, and the prospective bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Janie Hampton. Miss Ann Jones of Frost presided at the bride's regis- ter. The bridal table was cov- Shop At LOWERY'S Drug Store ered with a white net cloth over white satin with showers of white and pink ribbon bows gathered at each corner of the table. Centering the table was a massive arrangement of pink and red roses and pink car- nations fas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 May 1957

> . r, ■ i -'T r.; 'v «s, * BRYANS MILL > I**-. - Wfi w.A' - $ Atlanta Minister Is Guest Preacher By Mrs. Steve Brock The attendance is still grow- ing at church and Sunday School. The Rev. Durwood Geddie of Atlanta was here Sunday night and brought a wonder- ful message. and Mrs. Morgan Harri- ,visitors over the, 'iheir children, Mr. David Smith, Carol and Marion Harri- ot .Ft. Worth, Mr. and . .js.'Bryan Mewbourn, Elaine, Paula and Leroy Harrison, all of Hurst, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Pruitt of Gladewater visited Sunday with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Pruitt and chil- dren. Mrs. Juaneta Hughes, Tex- arkana, visited this week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Abston, and her children, Jenette and Handy. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strin- ger of Dallas visited in the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stringer, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Honeycutt. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moul- ton of Hughes Springs visited with their daughter, Mrs. Ronald Stringer, over...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 May 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1957 Springs Looks "1 o The Future Dalby Springs, once one of "Texas' most noted and fash- ionable resorts, today is only a small village but the new federal express highway has revived hopes that it will again become a resort center. The town is in southern Bowie county about midway between Omaha and DeKalb. The proposed route of the new highway is near the town and it, together with Texar- kana Reservoir, has raised the hopes that once again people will throng to the health-giv- ing waters of Dalby Springs. The red mineral water at- tracted an estimated million visitors a year in the late 1800's but it now flows un- noticed and unappreciated from the earth and drains wastefully down a roadside ditch. An old rusty pump is all that remains of the "moon- light and roses" era of the once famous Northeast Texas ROCKY POINT Coii. Methodist Church Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. (1st and 3rd Sundays) Young People 6:30 p.m. Night Worsh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 May 1957

A. •• *■ Decline In Fa rmers Decreasing In State The big drouth in Texas farm numbers appears to be broken. The latest estimates indicate a 1956 increase of 15,000 farm residents over the 1955 figures and a jump 30,000 since 1954. <as* 1,156,000 farm last year comprised per cent of the ' total population and per cent of the nation's farm people, according to a state-wide survey conducted jointly by the Texas Agricul- tural Experiment Station and the USDA's Agricultural Mar- keting Service. Texas' farm population de- clined steadily for 21 years, rallying in 1954 to initiate a gradual upward climb still in effect. Most of the* males leaving farms fall into the 10 to 24- year age gropp, and consider- ably more females leave than do males. Farms are getting bigger. The state average is now es- timated at more than 500 acres — well above 1950's av- . erage of 438 acres, and more than double the size of the 1930 farms. There are less than four people on each of Texas' 292,- 000 farms ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 May 1957

^THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1957 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc- t)aniel and Randall and Mrs. Myrtice Porter visited Sunday at Bryan with the McDaniel's son, Jimmy Harold, who is a Student at A and M College. Mrs. O. L. Godfrey accompa- nied them and visited with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walls and Bonald of Clarksville visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. Mul Mrs. W. R. Walls. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carra- \vay and children of Benton, La. visited over the Mother's Day week end with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Vissering, and other relatives. Mrs. Lenoy Slider and Sheri Visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur SDble and Janice in Texarkana Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Wom- mack and Rebecca spent Mother's Day with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Wommack. Mother's Day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Grair^sr and family were her pamts, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Thompson of Hemphill; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Grainger of Sulphur Springs and Mr. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 May 1957

h<k 4' County Considering New Court House Morris county may build a new court house to replace its present 90 year old build- ing. County Judge Joe P. Taylor Jr. said this week members of.' the commissioners court f<!el out public senti- men'^ihee if citizens of the floored a new build- of< the c woytdfiic men il' there is enough interest in the project, the court will rail an election so voters can approve or disapprove the project. A bond • issue would be necessary and voters also would have to approve the bond issue. Both would be decided at one election. The first mention of a new court house came two weeks ago when Judge Taylor talked before the Daingerfield Ki- wanis Club. The majority of club members gave their ap- proval to the proposal. Judge Taylor cited the fast growth of the county and said the present building, erected in 1861, was not sufficient to take care of county business. Its downtown location and its outmoded design will not allow for expansion or alter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 May 1957

> V NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1957 VIEWPOINTS Laws Without Teeth Laws are fine so long as they have no teeth in them. That, in a nutshell, is apparently the feeling of 74 members of the Texas House of Repre- sentatives, including the representative from this district. At least that's the way they voted as they came down the home stretch to final adjournment. House members had their best opportunity to express their opinions about putting teeth in Texas laws when Senate Bill 55 came up for House consideration. Previously it had passed the Senate, was given a "do pass" recommendation by the House State Affairs Committee, and it carried the endorsement of the governor. SB-55 pertained to publication laws. But only to laws already on the statute books and, specifically, only those laws ignored by public officials who ditfike to report their activities to the people who elect them. No new public notices were called for in the bill and no publication costs were in- volved. All S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 May 1957

ww?,:W mi U- ■",-,- 4 *y •; * , *>•' < ' * " jr. of, wo men'j the brahma corral Senior Class Will We, the class of 1957 of the high school of Paul H. Pewitt, having come to our last hours in our right minds and in peace with all the world do hereby give, bequeath and de- vise all my worldly goods and possessions to the following beneficiaries, to-wit: To Mr. Hamilton and fac- ulty members: The pleasures of being rid of us: restful nights and peaceful days. A collection of classic boners that they may be able to sell for hard cash. A collection of new and in- teresting alibies. To the sophomores: A bottle of smelling salts to help them recover from the shock of discovering that they don't know as much as they think they do. To the freshmen: The- indescribable joy of giggling at nothing. Gerald Presley reluctantly leaves his champion pigs to Charles Johnson. Perry McMichael wishes to leave his ability to change the subject in class to Shorty Doo- little. Windell wills his abilit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 May 1957

ftw- *" ,1 m : ";re f" / " " - ' JX " * *T« « HEta? < -v . \ im M - ■ - ■ I ' I , , ' IW - >< ^ > k . W '. „->r Wc Sy,„. ■« .1 m i "- pi *• WFgl •■■•■•>■ jlte I 8S& I I ; Dallas Girl Weds Charles Mack Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mack Floyd have returned from a wedding trip to Galveston and are at home at 6365 Hollis in Dallas. Before the wedding on May 3, the bride was the former Miss Barbara Jean Freeland, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Freeland of Dallas. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Olen Floyd of Dallas and formerly of Na- ples. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Floyd of Naples. Those from Naples who at- tended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs Trvin Floyd and Mrs/ Imodel Roberts and son, Mike. The couple exchanged their SPECIAL Regular $18.95 GE Portable MIXER Now §15.95 LOWERY'S Drug Store Be Smart... Be Sure... BE SAFE! let us SiS\ICLAIR-/re your cor Tod Oy ! We drain and refill your crankcase and lubricate your car according to manufactu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 May 1957

mammmm I " • i KBXXK mm. 1955 FORD FAIRLANE Fordor, 8 cylinder, Fordamatic, radio, Magic- Aire Heater. Good condition. Ready to go. 1954 CHEVROLET BEL AIRE Two door, radio, heater, two-tone paint. Nice. 1952 PONTIAC Four door, 8 cylinder, Hydramatic. Radio, heater, two-tone paint. Good tires. 1950 CHEVROLET Two door, radio, heater. Priced right to sell quick. I AND A Nice Selection of Other Makes and Models BRYANS MILL Pasters Attend Baingerfield Meeting Chester Coker Motor Co. By Mrs. Steve Brock The Rev. J. B. Ingram and the Rev. W. E. Woodson at- tended the conference for rur- al pastors at the Daingerfield enc^fnpment Thursday and Friday. The WMU met for a Royal Service program last Wednes- day in the home of Mrs. J. B. Ingram with 11 members present. Mrs. T. J. Pruitt was in charge of the program and gave a very interesting lesson on "Broken Cisterns". All other meetings will be at the church on the third Wednes- day of each month. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Browning and Danny of Da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 May 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1957 BHb I r i Fi. 1: f M ft; I 26 Naples People Get Fish Twenty-six Naples people deceived young fish for stock- ing ponds in the order re- ceived here last Wednesday. The fish had been request- ed through the Marion-Cass ■Soil Conservation District. Bass ahd bream were de- livered last week from the Ft. Worth hatchery arid an- other shipment will arrive in the district in the next two Weeks. Sixty-seven cooperators in the district received fish from the shipment last week to At- lanta, Hughes Springs and Na- ples. Only one person who had requested the fish failed to claim them. The fish are not given to anyone who has not requested them or who does not have a letter authorizing them to get another person's fish. Those from Naples who re- ceived fish last week were T. W. Hampton, J. M. Hampton, Howard and Waldon, Willie Willard, Mauril Rowe, Her- bert Hicks, Willard Buckland, W. I. Simmons, E. E. Shank- les, Perry A. Knighton, Gene McCoy, Willie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 May 1957

, THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1957 Seniors Open Baseball The Naples senior baseball tdam will open its season Thursday night, May 23, when it meets the DeKalb team in a game at the Naples park. ■ The game will start at 8:15 p.m. and an admission of 25 cents for adults and ten cents for children will be charged. The teams are made up of boys from 15 to 18 years old from throughout the Pewitt school district. Fielding Hud- dleston, head coach at Pewitt school, is coaching the senior team. DOUGLASSVILLE MM Chapman Weds Linden Man Bp"" Ts. B. W. Swint evening. All eyes were turned to- ward Union Chapel Sunday for the annual homecoming and to hear the Rev. Hunt Robertson of Dallas. Several from here attended the home- coming and reported a won- derful message by Mr. Rob- ertson. The delicious dinner was enjoyed by the group. Miss Bobbie Lee Chapman surprised her friends last Fri- day evening and was married at the Baptist parsonage to Robert Derrick of Linden. He leaves for the ...

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