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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 July 1957

NAn.es MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1957 PERSONAL Guests over the week end In the T.- M. McNatt home ■were Mrs. H. McNatt and daughters, Harla and Linda, and Mrs. Andrew Rogers of Denton, and Mrs. N. J. Mc- Natt of DeKalb. OUR TREAT FOR JULY 4th WEEK END NYLON TRICOTS 1-3 OFF FULL LENGTH GOWNS Usually $3.98 to $12.95 $2.65 to $8.63 Waltz Length GOWNS Usually $3.98 to $8.95 $2.65 to $5.97 PEIGNOIR - GOWN SETS Usually $14.95 $9.97 SLIPS Tailored or Fancy Usually $3.98 to $10.95 $2.65 to $7.30 LACE PANTIES Usually $1.95 to $2.95 $1.30 to $1.97 S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stacks, James and Joe, visited with relatives Sunday in the Bry- ans Mill community. Mrs. Ed Skelton and Mrs. M. L. Fulgham were business visitors at Pittsburg Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Ten- brook and son of Greenville were guests o*'er the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0.' I. Fink, and visited relatives at Marietta. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dabney and daughters of Beau...

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

mmsmrn ' ■' v :: Free Melon Served Aug. 3 V Free watermelon will be served in Naples Satudray, Aug. 3, %sd the annual watermelon judging contest also will be held ,^J|v,t day. The chamber of commerce regular meeting Monday night One car of melons will be iced down and served free to anyone who wants it from noon that day until the melon runs out. The melon judging contest this year has been changed from previous years. One group of cash prizes will be given for each of the three largest melons based on size only. The melons must be a market variety — either Black Diamonds or Charleston Grey. First prize in this contest will be $25, second prize $15, and third prize $10. The other contest will be for a group of three melons to be judged on market qual- ity and uniformity. Top prize in the contest is $35, second prize $25, and third prize $20. A grower may enter only one entry in each of the two contests. However, he may in- clude his large melon in his • group-of-three entry. Herman ...

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

fc*V, JULY f" • • •• • VIEWPOINTS m ■ Naples needs help in its efforts to look presentable. Weeds and high grass on ?hc sweets, on the vacant lots, and on some yards have created a jungle look in all parts of the town, pne is to blame for the situation, ^city is willing and able to pay for pe right of way cut along the city (id most citizens would welcome a hire someone to cut grass and m odd lots and corners. School Sets Age For Retirement m retire at 60 with full bene- fits, but the board thought that some teachers might de sire to work until they are 65. The Pewitt school board has set the retirement age for teachers and other employees at 65 That age was set for auto matic retirement with the provision that a principal may o. x for special permission to use one beyond 65 but not above 70. Under the retirement act, teachers and employees may / MARRIAGE LICENSE Kenneth Elton Kelso and Miss Anna Sue Plumb. Curtis Leon Easley and Miss Mary Victoria Miller Gordon R. Miller and Miss J...

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

I Vj BW f Your County I Extension. _ 7*xa± gjidyft. (?o /lege ^.xteniio/L J>e>*via By R. J. Dean he recent hot dry days dried out the top soil and ^^Vlack of surface moisture is showing its effect on row crops. Shallow rooted plants such as corn and garden vege- tables are suffering more than deep rooted crops. Johnnie Minor, rpute 2, Daingerfield, has some good peanuts for this time of year. He said he would be irrigating his peanuts if it does not rain m the next two weeks. Cotton and watermelons, which are deep rooted plants, are growing fine. Insects have not been the problem as was expected. Aphids have been noted in some cotton fields but in most cases the damage did not justify spraying or dusting. Cotton should be ex- amined weekly for boll wee- vils. To determine the dam- age, pull 100 squares which are at least one-third grown, WATCH FOR HELENA RUBENSTEIN'S "Beauty In Pairs" SALE LOWERY'S Drug Store Hot as a SPECIALS at HAMPTON'S Johns-Manville SHINGLES 210 lb S6.95 ...

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

. ■ ' ■ ■ mm i k Hospital Workers Honors Former Staff Member Mrs. Lillian Capps was hon- ored last Saturday night at a party by the members of the David Granberry Memo- rial Hospital staff. Mrs. Capps is a former member of the staff. The party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Kirkland at Marietta. Refreshments of ice cream :nd cake were served. Those present were Mr. and tlrs. Clurin Wright, Mr. and Irs. Q. B. Wommack, Mr. and Irs. Calvin Capps, Miss Wan- a Jacobs, Miss Laura Jacobs, liss Virginia Randall, Mrs. loise Cato, Mrs. Gladys letcher and Jackie Brown. of Naples. The wedding will be an event of October. The bride-elect is a 1958 graduate of Duke University and a member of Alpha Del- ta Pi sorority. She is a teacher in Durham schools. Miss Stokes was presented there in 1953. He is a mem- ber of Alpha Kappa t Kappa fraternity. Dr. Floyd served his in- ternship at the Kansas City General Hospital, Mo. and is at present an assistant resi- dent physician in urology at ...

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

used cms 1951 CHEVROLET Vi. ton pickup. 1$3$B 1953 FOI<D Crestline convertible. Radio, heater, overdrive. Completely reconditioned motor. 1954 FORD Crestline Fordor. Radio, heater, Fordomatic. 1954 FORD Custom Tudor. Radio, heater, overdrive. > 1950 FORD Vfe ton-pickup. # AND A Nice Selection of Other Makes and Models Chester Coker Motor Co. CARD OF THANKS We wish to take this means oi expressing to the people of Naples our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the deeds of kindness shown us during the deaths of our Mother, Mrs. Nancy Ellie Bibb, our sister, Mrs. Lola Whisenhunt, and the hospitalization of our sister and niece, Mrs. Evelyn Darter and Mrs. Nancy Savoy. Especially do we thank Dr. Leeves and the rest of the staff at the David Granberry Hospital. Also the Hanner Funeral Home. May God bless each of you is our prayer. Mr. and Mrs. James D. pibb and boys Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bibb Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bibb Mr. and Mrs. John I. Bibb Mr. and Mrs. Dennis- Wood and son 1111 M...

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

ii i m . hp I W~ ' gmTs-m NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1957 MARIETTA Class Has Picnic at Lunch Room By Mrs. R. L. Harris Ten members were present i'or the regular W.M.U. meet- ing Tuesday r afternoon. Bro. Foster opened the meeting with prayer. After reading the scripture lesson from Gala- lians 1, he taught the regular Bible study. Mrs. Edna Mc- Cord closed the meeting with prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Robin- son of Garland spent Satur- day' night in the J. T. Robin- son home. Their son, Gary, returned home with them aft- er spending three weeks with his grandparents. Bobbie Don Fletcher, Grand Prairie, spent the holiday week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fletcher Sr. Mrs. Preston Stone and Laticia returned with him to Dallas where they will visit the S. E. Fletcher Jr. family. Mrs. Vada Harris left Mon- day morning with Mr. and Mrs W. H. Morgan of Naples for a few days visit in Clay- ton, Ga., They will be in Charleston, S. C. July 12 to meet Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Dixo...

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

* "qr" ^XT "***#« -•■■• -^r..ir*v *pf* THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 11. 193T "** CORNETT Revival Starts July 21 at Cornett By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was held at 10:30 a.m. There was a good attendance and some visitors were present. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Penny and daughters of Pasadena ar- rived Wednesday of last week for a few days visit with the _C. B. Hamptdns. Sue and Ann J] remain for an extended }rit The Rev. James Knight and wife ate dinner Friday night with the C. B. Hamptons. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sparks and son, John, of LaPorte, visited Saturday with Mrs. Bera Grant and Miss Daisy Heard. The Sparks were vaca- tioning and en route to Tex- arkana to see the relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvis and daughter, Durrel of Mal- ta, visited Mrs. Bera Grant and Sarah Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Golden and children are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bennett of Ft. Worth. Mrs. Edd Wilson visited Sunday with the Thomas fam- ily en route home to Queen City after a visit to see ...

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

-- ms SSU m >HC NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY II, 1957 PERSONAL maB Guests with Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Wise and family last week \vere her mother and niece, ^Mrs. T. H. King and Miss Car- olyn Dominguez of Poncha- Joula, La. APPAREL CLEARANCE —O ALL DRESSES O— P*") % OFF and more Were $3.98 to $6.98 NOW $2.65 to $4.65 Were $7.95 to $14.95 NOW $5.30 to $9.97 Were $16.95 to $35.00 NOW $11.30 to $23.34 GREATLY REDUCED — All Skirts — All Cotton Lingerie >-— All Blouses MUST GO To Make Room For Mrs. Vena Brock of the Bryans Mill community is vis- iting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stacks, Joe and James. Mrs. John Bearden of Lone Oak spent Friday through . Sunday with her son and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bearden and children. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ander- son of Galveston spent the week end with her parents and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hampton. Mrs. Lon Thigpen, accom- panied by her grandson, Phil Saunders, visited Sunday at Shreveport with her brother and sister-in-law, M...

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

>•?*■ ' * ,afp? * WW 1 More news about people you know than any other paper in the world Rare Plant Blooms Mrs. A. J. Davis, who is conceded to have one of the I 'greenest thumbs' in Naples, ■has come up with an oddity that should strengthen her Monitoring K,; MAIN STREET „Nef Gain — If this yirn hadn't originat- ed with such an unimpeach- able source as another news- paperman, we wouldn't repeat it here, j £ L. R. Stuart told it in his outdoors column in the Dain- 'gerfield paper. Stuart had been fishing at the State Park lake with little luck and had pulled, into the loading ramp. To protect our own reputa- tion for integrity, the story from here on is Stuart's: "As we unloaded our gear, up pulled Franklin Howell of the NEWS. His catch was five bass and one rabbit — you read it right — we said RAB- BIT! The cottontail had been cornered by a dog, saw Frank- lin's boat about 75 feet off shore, and took to the water. It headed for Howell's boat, the only refuge in sight. How- ell ...

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

* / THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1957 if*. Business and Professional Review PREPARED BY SLATER AND CO. MeWUllAMS STATIONERY CO. TERMINIX I£ BAPTIST BOOK STORE WET The McWILLIAMS STA- TIONERY CO. located at 310 JVtain in Texarkana features a complete line of office furni- ture and equipment including files, desks, adding machines, portable typewriters, printers □ FARMER'S MARKET Mr. and Mrs. A. Matthews Owners and Operators For fresh vegetables, fruits Olid food stuffs daily, visit the Farmer's Market, located on Highway 67 West. When you trade with these reputable frierchants you are assured of fresh, delightfully tasty, high Quality foods. The Farmer's ^Market selects their produce from the finest farm's and gardens in this area, and re- ceive shipments daily, for i'our eating pleasure. The prices are low, saving you *noney on that food budget yhen you trade here. The cost is low because these products Ore purchased in wholesale quantity, with you receiving added benefits....

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

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1957- Kr\ A-1 Plumbing & Heating Engineers I tv A I pnf ?iv' , o I vie er£ k% ru an. na! w| k For expert plumbing and hi-ating installations and re- pairs, call the A-1 Plumbing & Heating Engineers at 2315 Taylor Street in Texarkana. hphone 32- IJ In thi.\^r and age, our p cofgestef' WE' :ng conditions I Iwill not pcrW.t us to live with- ' out plumbing and sanitation. Our modern sanitary service has increased not only the length of our lives, but has saved thousands of lives as well. No community can progress without the services of the modern sanitary engineer, who thoroughly understands his business. If you would j.have the services of experts {DEAL BAKING Company For the best in bread | try the wonderfully delicious bread of the Ideal Baking Company. This Bakery is lo- cated at 1942 South Akin Street in Texarkana, phone 3-9441. Your special order will be filled to your exact specification. Famous for the quality and flavor of their br...

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

K?:(% V "V ' ' Business and Professional Review PREPARED BY SLATER AND CO. THE CHEF Ruby Murphy - Owner The Chef Cafe located on N. State Line Ave. in Texar- kana is one of the leading dining places to be found in LAWLER MACHINE ;v SHOP t I ■ m t i f. 3 ! For quality craftsmanship, for accurate, dependable ma- chining, phone 3-992 or vis- it the LAWLER MACHINE SHOP, with plant and offices located at 1622 Spruce in Tex- arkana. These skilled machin- ists are well qualified through years of experience in this field, to give you efficient pre- cision work and general re- pair. They feature Kotafin crankshaft grinding in or out of car, cylinder reboring, mo- tor rebuilding, piston grind- ing. and resurfacing of cy- linder heads. If you have ex- pensive field equipment that is in need of repair from the replacement of a sprocket to a general overhaul, the LAW- LER MACHINE SHOP is your guarantee of a dependable, competent job. They maintain a modern, up to date machine plant with the very...

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

Egg Law Effective Next r V im ■ 2B I sfectaire Conditioner 1956 Model. One Only. A REAL BARGAIN. 1953 Ford Convertible coupe "8" cylinder, overdrive, radio, heater and other accessories. 1950 Ford % Ton Pickup. ;-v>v . , 1954 Ford Crestline Fordor Fordomatic. Radio and heater. J 954 Ford Nine passenger station wagon. Fordomatic. radio, heater, dual exhausts. Excellent nylon white wall tires. B|P " " • " - • > AND A Nice Selection of Other Makes and Models Chester Coker Motor Co. B. Not advertise price without also designating the size. and grade of eggs con- tained therein. C. Be labelled "cold stor- age eggs" if the eggs have been under refrigeration for 30 or more days. 5. Where eggs are uncar- toned, a sign must be dis- played showing the size and grade. 6. The commissioner of ag- riculture, administrator of the law, and his agents, may take samples of eggs for inspection and may enforce a "stop sale" order on eggs held in viola- tion of the act. 7." Licensing: The retailer...

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

** w>.: V -i'ivi'' ' / JK-'J1 3'. .;.?•••■• V- 8.5 •• -- CM MMM<« +'■ ■ Kit-l:;.9 UNION CHAPEL hospital again and seriously ill. Jimmy McCoy Home From Gonzales /AMORAL ? PROFITS B006HT TMAT "TRUCK. FOR A E ID OCE -X) I WOULDM'T HAVE T& PlXM A MtfELSCTOV LW£ WV 6BWM6 Ht>' I mi VOU — moms A(?E /MORAL! Can't Kid Him SAGE OF SULPHUR BOTTOM Hard Money Is Nothing New s I' - u (Editor's note: The Sage of Sulphur Bottom on his John- son grass farm discusses mon- ey this week, a subject he seems to have mostly a theo- retical knowledge of.) Dear editar: I was out here on my farm yesterday afternoon sitting in the shade of a tree meditating on the hard money policy I understand is now in effect, which puzzles me as the news- papers are full of talk about this as though it was some- thing new, whereas I always thought a hard money policy had been in effect ever since I learned it took a nickel to buy an ice cream cone. Is there any other kind? At any rate, I got to watch- ing a ne...

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

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1957 News From <'oar COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENT * ^ ^Agricultural Extension Service-Texas A. & M College System I 1 l" . s* ijK'i.1 By Miss Colleen Lewis I Since coming to Morris ' county July 1, I have found things 5 tv.reat shape for or- gan)yM;. f omen's Home Dem- ons/lfr 'a Clubs. One of the first persons I visited was Mrs. W. D. Bunting of Jen- kins. Mrs. Bunting was the last WIID Council chairman for Morris county. As the last council chairman, she knew ol the $80 in the council treas- ury that has been saved for the day Morris county could again have a Home Demon- stration Agent and active Women's Home Demonstra- tion Clubs. With the many in- terested women in the coun- ty and the $80 in the treasury, Morris county will soon have a good Home Demonstration program. * * On July 11 and 12, Mrs. Jimmy McDaniel and Mrs. Ed- gar Presley, Daniel's Chapel, Mrs. Bud Camp, Daingerfield, and Mrs. Bud Connor, Jen- kins, attended a Recreat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 July 1957

3K '■:ix THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1W7 § t Invalids Eligible for Aid Sept. I Complete and permanent invalids or persons so mental- ly deranged that they require continuous oversight to keep from harming themselves or others may soon be able to receive small monthly checks from the State Department of •Public Welfare. The payments will be part of the new state-federal pro- gram of aid to the perman- ently and totally disabled. The constitutional amend- ment, which was adopted by the voters in November 1956, limiting the amount of money that can be appropriated for this program to 1.5 million dollars per year, makes aid possible only to those who are helpless and have no rela- tives able to support them. Irmand Graves, welfare |Ar I -We respond fast when- pclicyholders need service Sometime you may need help in a hurry. Particularly after a fire, accident, burglary or other misfortune. If you do, you just call i ! Day or night. Good weather or bad. It's part of our job to ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 July 1957

CORNETT The Rev. Hardwick to Lead Revival 13 By Miss Daisy Heard Church Services were at- tended well Sunday. The Rev. James Knight brought a thought provoking message from the Scripture, Luke3fr25-30. ^■r.ermon title was "He is^Werlooked." Each person in this church vicinity is urged to attend the revival that will begin Sun- day, July 21. The Rev. Bob Hardwick will be the visiting preacher. Make plans to hear him. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Heard and daughters, Diane, Debor- ah, Sandra and Susan of Hous- ton arived Monday night to spend their vacation with Misses Daisy and Janet Heard. Douglass Hall was bitten by a snake on his ankle last week and went to Granberry Me- morial Hospital for a few days but he is now home and re- covering from the bite. Mrs. Palmer Martin of Sny- der is visiting her father, Keith McMichael, and broth- er, Max McMichael. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Golden and children of Odes- sa are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Ada Gibson of Hughes Springs' visited Miss Daisy Hear...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 July 1957

IP tWE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 18. 1957 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge and Suzanne visited Tuerday in Texarkana. .SLfl I*. - i I I ■ | "I PRICED TO CLEAR! JULY CLEARANCE DRESSES LINGERIE 2 3 COSTUME JEWELRY PRICE 2 for the price of 1 CHILDREN'S — DRESSES — PLAY CLOTHES — LINGERIE GREATLY REDUCED S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Buddy Crump returned this week to Lubbock after several weeks yisit with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crump. Miss Mildred Lively ajid Miss Pam Hayes of Pasadena is visiting Mrs. W. L. For- sythe. Miss Peggy Fondren of Weatherford is visiting Bever- ly Archer this week. Jim and Bill Spencer left this week for a visit in Dallas and Grand Prairie with rela- tives and friends. Clarence E. Boozer is home with his family for a two mon- ths vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Abrams of Dallas and Mrs. Hattie God- frey of California visited with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Godfrey last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter An- thony and Sue and Dinah vis- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 July 1957

Leon Coker on East Texas Industrial Committee Leon Coker of Naples has Committee of the East Texas ,'V:! ,-en appointed a member of f, i Industrial Development r" tir lot' ■in I of Ith :ki In ! & Monitoring MAIN STREET if & m Vacation Time — The Monitor will be smaller and earlier next week so the publisher, editor, linotype op- erator and general flunky can take his annual two-day vaca- tion. The paper will be only four pages — half size — and will be mailed out Wednesday. All community reporters are requested to send in the news not later than Tuesday. - lntm — Wrong Hitch — Fielding Huddleston may end up with a pair of red suspenders. Baseball fans are considering buying him a pair after the Naples-Hooks game last Thursday night. Here's how it all started: Coach Huddleston was act- ing as third base coach for the Naples baseball team and was wearing a pair of elastic pants. They kept slip- ping down and he kept hitch- inc ^hem b^k up. The trouble was that pull- ing at his...

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