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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 May 1957

i THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1957 PERSONAL Ken and Karen Tuck of Longview spent several days last week visiting their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Tuck. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Page and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Stone in Mt. Pleasant Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bert Glaze and Karen f Marshall are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan. Leon Stacks and Joe at- tended the open house at Red River Arsenal Sunday. Mrs. R. L. Collins of Ft. "Worth is here this week to be ■with her mother, Mrs. W. 0. Bryan, and to be with her sister, Mrs. A. A. Hummel, who is a patient at St. Mich- ael's Hospital at Texarkana. Mrs. Stella Cooper of Tex- arkana visited with Mrs. J. T. Narramore in the Lee Narra- more home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Witt of Dallas spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spen- cer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer accompanied them home. They had been at Dal- las for two weeks where Mr. Spencer had been at the vet- eran's hospital for treatmen...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 June 1957

fw " . ■ - I Watermelon Crop To Be Short and Late The watermelon crop in the Naples area this year will be short and late. K T- M. Ranes, local buyer, rid Tuesday the outlook was |[r a shorter crop than the "ars shipped last year and - crop was much below the because of drouth, r/.ne problem was the exact ij^pposite this year. Continued •^•^"neavy rains have hindered planting and kept acreage be- low normal. Year before last, a total of 132 cars were shipped from Naples. Ranes estimated that the crop this year would run only about half of the 1956 short crop of 62 cax*8!^ Most growers have cut their acreage and some have not planted at all this year. Howard Hawkins cut his acreage from 50 last year and the year before to 35 this year and his crop is further along than most others. His plants have runners up to ten inches Ion., and he expect! to be able to pull his first melons by mid-July. Hawkins planted only one time but will fertilize his crop four times where he has been fertili...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 June 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1957 VIEWPOINTS The Job Gets Harder 11 the job of planning a community center for Naples and the fund-raising that goes with it consume too much time for the sponsors of it, they'd better take another look at the job that will confront them after the center is built. The Naples Business Women's Club have agreed to sponsor the project but it has now stretched out to almost a year and still there are no plans for the construction. Approxi- mately half of the money necessary to build the center has been raised. But the job has just started and it already is weighing heavily on the handful of women who have devoted their time and efforts to the project. Members of the Business Women's Club and others interested in a community center must realize that, once the center is open, more and more time will be required from fewer and fewer people as the ones who were only half-hearted supporters at the start will drop completely out. The success of the cente...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 June 1957

i MEWSA^ your County Extension. By R. J. Dean June is the date for the spray for early peaches \ ripen in July. For large j*^e or commercial gcow- use a half pound of 50 cent dieldrin or a pound 'f 25 per cent parathion wet- table powder per 100 gallons 0? water. These materials pro- vide efficient control at low cost, but they should not be used for treating home or- chards because they are high- ly toxic to humans. For home orchards, substitute 50 per cent methoxychlor wettable powder at the rate of one tablespoon per gallon of wa- ter. For further information on peach and plum insects, a new bulletin is available at the county agent's office. * * • A three-year study at the experiment station at Tyler shows that one hour of oat grazing per day increased milk production of Jersey cows 1.93 pounds per cow. Each acre of oats produced 264 hours of grazing, or a gross income of $60 per acre. The cost of seed, fertilizer and labor was $16 per aero, leaving a net return of $44 per acre ...

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

£-Of * . ' - ,■■'*,■■■ V• - • Miss Kathryn Alicia Crump Becomes Bride Of Marcus Gerald Hampton The marriage of Miss Kath- ryn Alicia Crump, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crump of Naples, and Mar- cus Gerald Hampton, son of Mrs. J. G. Hampton and the late Mr. Hampton, also of Na- ples, was beautifully solemn- ized Saturday evening, June 1, in the First Baptist Church. , The Rev. Morris Hill offi- ciated at the double ring cere- mony. Palm trees of jade, white cycus leaves, and emerald, pots of caladium and white chrysanthemums, baskets of white gladioli, stock and car- nations, and seven-branched candelabra with white tapers formed an imposing back- ground for the archway and ' the prie-dieu wnere the vows were exchanged. Prior to the arrival of the guests, five branched cande- labra in arrangement of white gladioli and green palmetto leaves with white satin ribbon placed before each stained "glass window, were lighted by Walter Crump and Ray Mus- ser of Marshall. White satin bows ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 June 1957

USED ens 55 FORD Fairlane Town Sedan. Tan and White Style- tone. Radio and Heater. Fordamatic. THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1957 THE NAPLES MONITOR MYF Elects H 54 FORD Customline club coupe. Heater and overdrive. 54 FORD d passenger country sedan. Radio and heater. Fordamatic. 52 CHEVROLET iDelux Tudor. Radio and heater. Good condi- tion. AND A Nice Selection of Other Makes and Models Chester Coker . Motor Co. Sister Of Local Woman Killed In Car-Train Wreck Mrs. Ruby Rogers Stephens of Ft. Worth, a sister of Mrs. John Watson of Naples, was killed Monday morning when her car was struck by a Santa Fe passenger train near Ft. Worth. Wreckage of the car was pushed 412 yards and Mrs. Stephens, 51 years old, was thrown partly out of the car. Mrs. Stephens was on her way to ,work as an office clerk at Convair. She had worked there for 12 years. She was on her way to the home of another woman, who wag to ride to work with her. The engineer of the train said he saw the car skid for 30 or 40 yards and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 June 1957

THE MAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE *, 1957 Area Farmers Get $ll0,000 in FHA Loans $110,000 has More than been loaned to farmers in Cass and Morris counties dur- ing the ten months ending on April 30 by the Farmers Home Administration. The figure was announced by the agency's supervisor, Paul Hanes. The heaviest demand has been for credit to finance farm housing. During the ten month peri- od, the FHA extended credit in operating, emergency and real estate loans to 18,500 Texas farmers and ranchers for a total of $54,773,000, the agency's state director, Wal- ter T. McKay, reported. This is an increase over the same period last year of about $6,500,000. "This increase is due pri- marily to the demand from family-type farmers for credit needed to place their farming operations on an efficient basis," McKay said. "Agency records show that there has been a slight de- cline in the demand for emer- gency credit so far this year," he said. "Long-term credit, to develop balanced systems and ...

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

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1957 4-H Bcjys Given Pigs ■/ Five Naples boys are among those in Morris county select- ed to receive pigs in the 4-H Sears swine program for 1957- 58. The five are Carroll Ranes, Gary Thomas, Bobby Minton, Marvin Tomberlain and Jim- Knight. Others in the lty who will receive pigs |onnie Davis, Mike Thom- les Collins and Donald 'Vaughn. :iub members will meet at ijcky Branch at 9:30 a.m. Saturday to receive their pigs. Dr. N. B. Isom, Daingerfield veterinarian, will meet with the 4-H club members and vaccinate their pigs for chol- era. The boys will feed their pigs and raise one litter. They will return the top gilt from the litter and it will be given to another 4-H member next year. Through this chain pro- gram, nine 4-H members in Morris county receive swine each year. IV!rs. Randall Ranes Hostess For Meeting Of Sunday School Class TIRED of SNOWY TV PICTURES? We now have in stock a new Revolutionary Designed Antenna This TV Antenna with 50 foot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 June 1957

mWmh ■ It ?'"v THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1957 PERSONAL *■. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. James visited in Dallas last week end. HAT clearance UP TO $6.95 Nov* 1.99 UP TO $12.95 Now 2.99 Entire Stock Of Hats # Included At These Prices S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Guests over the week end with Mrs. Janie Hampton were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wom- mack of Haynesville, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lobdell and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Miller of Ft. Worth. Mrs. Mag Dycus of Lorenza, who has been visit- ing Mrs. Hampton returned to Ft. Worth, for a visit with the Lobdell and Miller families before returning to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Adron Ten- brook of Lincoln, Neb. are visiting here and at Marietta with relatives and friends. Mr. Tenbrook is attending school at Union College there doing pre-medical work and Mrs. Tenbrook is enrolled at the University. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hampton were visitors at Shreveport last week with their son and family, the Rev. and Mrs. Hor- ace Hampton and children. While th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 June 1957

1 v - ■ % a ■ 4fc-:; L . ■ &. F. M. ADAMS W. C. BEASLEY Adams and Beasley Named Principals F. M. Adams has been assigned as high school principal and W. C. Beasley has been named to replace him as principal of the grade school by the Pewitt school board. Adams was named to fill the vacancy created by tfie resignation of H. R. Hamilton, who gave up the principal's job to take a job in the Pasa- dena school system. Adams has been principal of the Pewitt grade school and Beasley has been assistant grade school principal. Adams has been with the Pewitt school since the dis- trict was first formed and has served as elementary princi- & Monitoring MAIN STREET — Intm — Playing Hazard — Don King, a former mem- ber of the Pewitt high school coaching staff, weathered out four years as a high school football player and then play- ed college football without an injury. It was a somewhat remark- able record in a sport con- ceded to be rough. Monday night, he played second base in the mil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 June 1957

i#iiiiiii®wiyBwsii^^^@Byii8BK^ NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1957 VIEWPOINTS It's Up To You The Pewitt school board has done the right thing when it put off a decision on a $60,000 program of improvements for the school until the members of the board could sound out the opinions of those who must foot the bill. Now when they reach their decision, if they follow the opinions expressed to them by the taxpayers of the district, they should have the unanimous support of the people they repre- sent. The program would push the district's tax rate and bonded indebtedness pretty far. The planned improvements sound like a far too luxurious list to be considered absolute necessities and certainly out of line with the district s ability to pay. Most of the things on the list would be good to liave if the district were more financially solvent. And most of them can wait until the school is better able to afford them. It is doubtful that the proposed program will get the support of the taxpa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 June 1957

mmw- Si® mbs •■ ■ ■ '" ' . 1 us )■: ■>"!".■•'S->.> . ,,,,; ¥,. - • f DOUGLASSVILLE Several Hundred Attend Electric fair Z 1P>- Ey Mrs. B. W. Swint The men of this town are invited to the program at the community house near the Baptist Church on this Mon- day evening for a social. On Tuesday evening, the community club men will ■Meet at Roy Frost's pond for other social. e Rev. Louis Knight and /lily are visiting relatives . this week. Mr. Knight attend- ed annual conference this past week in Houston. They will return this week end. He will begin his revival at Mid- way on the evening of June 16. Mr. Snd Mrs. Fred Humne, Fred and David were dinner guests in the Williams-McCoy home Sunday, Mr. Humne was guest speaker at the Methodist Church. We enjoy- ed having them' in-our church and he brought a very im- pressive message to a nice audience. We hope they come our way again- very soon. Mrs. A. B. Barberee of Maud, Mrs. Ada Warrington, her son and granddaughter of Lawton, O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 June 1957

« > i V; . p&mmt mmmmmm mmtmtSm KMMBMiWWM ' ; h*r?W0 *% M& :. -- mn T IriNni The Woman's Angle THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1957 Miss Carol Ann Knight Becomes Bride Of Bobby Joe Johnson of Daingerfield Miss Carol Ann Knight be- came the bride of Bobby Joe Johnson of Daingerfield last Saturday night in a single ring ceremony at the home of the Rev. J. W. Reeder at Hughes Springs. Mr. Reeder performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Knight of Naples and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson of Dain- gerfield. The bride wore a white dress with matching accesso- ries. Mrs. Kenneth Wilson, the bride's sister, and Mr. Wilson attended the couple. After a wedding trip to Arkansas, the couple will be at home at Daingerfield. PERSONAL Mrs. S. J. Haywood of Tex- arkana and her granddaugh- ter, Miss Shirley Mavis Daven- port of New Orleans, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Watson and Gene Hoff- man. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Fl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 June 1957

T' ■ ■ $ ORDINANCE by the City of Naples, Texas The City Council of the City of Naples, Texas, passed an ordinance regulating speed of vehicles operated on city streets, reckless driving, de- vices which cause excessive noise and the placing of stop signs at certain intersections of cily streets. The speed limit on all city streets is not to exceed 25 miles an hour. Failure to comply with the above ordinance and if found guilty, a fine of from $5 to $25 will be levied. THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1957 BRYANS MILL Pleasant Hill Revival to Bezis: June 23 W. A. Giles, Mayor Flay Mathews, Sec. 9J90K 54 FORD Nine passenger station wagon. Eight cylinder, Fordomatic, radio, heater, white tires. Low mileage. Ready for work or play. 53 CHEVROLET 210 fordor, radio, heater. Priced for quick sale 52 CHEVROLET Deluxe tudor, new paint, tioned in and out. Completely recondi- ' ic rc 9c Oc 00 54 FORD Club coupe with overdrive, eight cylinder, and other accessories. AND A Nice Selection of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 June 1957

r- . THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1957 CORNETT The Rev. Knight Returned To Cornett St*' By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. James Knight re- turned from annual confer- ence Friday and reported a fine meeting and hearing some wonderful sermons. Our church is happy to have Bro. Knight returned to us for another year. I am sure we can make great pro- gress in our church in the days to come if all will work together. Bro Knight preached a stirring sermon Sunday from Hebrews 4:10-16. The title of his message was "The Sharp Edge." The Vacation Bible School got underway Monday at 1:45 p.m. and closed at 4:15 p.m. Every department was enthu- siastic about the work and teaching. The assembly was enjoyed by a large number of pupils and ^parents. Refresh- ments were served each day. More news will be reported about this school later. Mrs. Mack Cornett under- went surgery at St. Michaels Hospital in Texarkana Mon- day of last week. We wish for her a speedy recovery. Vance Gibson has been em- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 June 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1®57 Wildlife Association Organized A wildlife association tak- ing in parts of Morris. Camp and Titus counties, was form- ed last Friday night at a meet- ing at Daingerfield. The purpose of the organi- zation is to clear the way for a deer restocking program in the area. . Deer will be released in the ounty area when a acre block of land is the game reserve. lock of land would be located in the southern part of Morris county along the Cypress Creek and will ex- tend into Camp and Titus METHODIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES 3 I I The Rev. Frank Richardson Jr. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday 8 p.m. counties. Hunting in the area will not be allowed for the first five years after formation of the reserve. A similar reserve 'already is in operation in an area including the northwest coiner of Morris county and an adjoining area. , Robert G. Mauermann, wild- life biologist from the Game and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 June 1957

WIS* • ''' ■p GICAN33C n m « o Vhurob Tom *©© « . :.' r ' «Tv m FREE PH § Ifes Sugar WITH EACH PURCHASE OF $10 OR MORE K- FREE PORTABLE Admiral TV To Be Given Away SATURDAY, June 22 Come in and register when you are in the store. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. You do not have to be present to win. FOUERS COFFEE Bakerite Shortening 3 lb carton 89c 69c PORK and BEANS 'yT l?in % tor 15c STRAWBERRY PRESERVES is oz Griffiths 3 for $1.00 Good Taste Margarine 1 lb I9c AUNT JEMIMA FLOUR Towel Bag NiBLETS CORN 12 oz 15c FREE - - Ice Tea Tumbler with purchase of Griffin's FREE SAMPLES FRIDAY and SATURDAY Salerno Double Chocolate COOKIES 39c m \ Enter your name today in the big drawing for ELSIE ZrZ DOLL See ELSIE, the talking cow AT OUR STORE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Sc TEA '4 lb All Flavors IELL0 TALL CAN Pet Milk 3 for 43c Del Monte 14 oz CATSUP 15c AUNT JEMIMA FLOUR, 10 lbs 79c KLEENEX, 200 size - - 10c FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 14 and 15 Serving Free ALL DAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Borden's Chocolate Milk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 June 1957

&' I 9c 3c 00 9 c t9c ►9c ;9c 55c tyic $500 Trades Day Drawing June 29 $ v :0m? m WM # m M J§ The semi-annual trades day grand prize drawing will be. held Saturday week, June 29. Fifteen cash awards total- ing $500 will be given away starting at 4 p.m. The top award will be $100 in cash. There will be two prizes of $50 each and 12. prizes of $25 each. Bun Hall will be in charge of the drawing. The chamber of commerce set the date of the drawing at a meeting earlier this year and voted to continue the promotion after the drawing next Saturday. All tickets now in the hop- per will be destroyed immedi- ately after the grand prize drawing. A new accumulation of tickets will be started the following week. The rules for the grand prize drawing will be the same as the rules at the reg- ular weekly drawing. Free Typing Course to be Offered A free typing class for all ages m<>y be conducted herd this summer by Mrs. Vivian Lasater, commercial teacher at James Bowie high school. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 June 1957

-V THK NAPLES MONITOR 1 *™iJ., .^1 THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1957 Ay VIEWPOINTS nother Right Erased Hamiitons Honored at Farewell Party <v? Chalk off another basic American right — the right of trial by jury. That right is being threatened r.cw as never before in the current debate before congress on the so-called civil rights bill. A minority-minded congress, with its mem- bers more concerned with the bloc voting strength of the northern Negro is eliminating the jury trial provisions of the civil rights bill and leaving it to a handful of federal judges to determine the guilt of a person accused of discrimination. Southern representatives have waged a los- ing battle to'try and get the accused guaran- teed a trial by jury. Their efforts would seem to be unnecessary since a jury trial has long been one of the recognized American free- bmp^ovment X OFFICE/ eT£. *Y- • - " MEN W wmm CLOSED LACK OF - QUALIFIED APPLICANTS doms. Even our Declaration of Independence in- cluded the indictment o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 June 1957

F \ NEWS Am your County EXtensionipHI By R. J. Dean Now is the time of the year to start mowing your pasture. Most plants are weakest uring the blooming period nd injury at this time is ost likely to be fatal. Unlike other plants, the grass blade grows from its base instead of the top and the stem grows from just above the joint. So growth of grasses continues after cutting and grazing. While the most extensive benefit of mowing is to kill out weeds and give the grass a better chance, mowing also improves the quality and pala- tability of pasture grasses. Production of pasture grass generally can be increased 50 to 60 per cent by mowing the weeds where there is fertility and moisture. * * Is the drouth end near? If the present weather fol- lows the pattern which his- tory indicates for it, the end of the "big dry" should be near. That's the opinion of Dr. Hurd C. Willett, meter- ologist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Willett compares 1957 to years like 1937, 1917 ...

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