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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 July 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1957 VIEWPOINTS IF County Tax Levies Unfair Pewitt school's financial dilemma can't be solved satisfactorily until a more realistic as- sessment of property values has been made for the purpose of county taxes. The Minimum Foundation Act, commonly called the Gilmer-Aiken Law, together with the county tax assessments, are responsible for the financial pinch. Briefly stated, the law guarantees a "mini- mum" school program to all the districts in Texas, regardless of the wealth of the district. All of the districts in Texas must pay 20 per cent of the total cost of the minimum pro- gram. The local districts must pay 20 per cent of the minimum program, all of the costs of buildings and whatever improvements over the minimum program that they desire. The cost to the local districts is divided among the 254 counties on the basis of ability to pay as determined by the "Economic In- dex". The economic index of Morris county has increased more than 300 p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 July 1957

CORNETT THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1957 By Miss Daisy Hoard The revival began Sunday tight with the Rev. James |night preaching the first irmon. Bro. Hardwick cumc L>nday to bring the series of Usages for the week. r \r" Miss Myra Nell I Jail and Mr. *" i.rark Finch were married Monday night, July 15, at 7 o'clock in the Lady of Fa- tima Catholic Church of Dain- gerfield. Miss Hall is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hall, and Mr. Finch is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Freeman of Montgomery, Ala. The out-of-town guests for the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lawless of Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Riley of Rockwall and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Yates of Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Win- ston Hampton of Wichita Falls arrived Sunday to visit his parents, the C. B. Hamp- tons. George Tucker presented the lowest bid for caretaker of the Cornett cemetery. He began work in the cemetery last week. The C. B. Hamptons visited the Jimmy Penny family at Linden Friday. Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 July 1957

The Woman S Angle ££7clab THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 25, Hosts to 1957 Cub Scouts Tour Mt. Pleasant Saturday Night Places Tuesday WHO'S NEW fJSfa Mtss Jeanette Wommack Becomes Bride of CarroEl Allen Endsley Friday IIP The wedding of Miss Jean- ette Wommack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Wom- mack. and Carroll Allen End- sley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Endsley of Wilton, Ark., was solemnized Friday evening, July 19, at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. Morris Hill offici- ated at the double ring cere- mony. The vows were ex- changed before an altar bank- ed with fern and baskets of white gladiolas and mums, flanked by candelabra hold- ing white burning tapers. Prior to the ceremony, Miss Brenda Poison of Naples play- ed the traditional wedding music, and also accompanied Mrs. Melvin Crouch of Dal- las, who sang "Because". Ths bride, given in marri- age by her father, chose a street-length dress of white brocaded silk. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion fell from a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 July 1957

Don't mis* "Men in War" starring Aldo Ray and Robert Ryan at the Inez Theatre Sun- day and Monday. Jack Coker Gets Air Force Release / ALL ATE GREENAWAY ildren s dresses OFF THIS WEEK JUST RECEIVED some beautiful KNIT SUITS i Now Is The Time To Put Them In LAY-AWAY norma s Dress Shop Jackie Coker has been dis- charged after three years In the air force and has moved . his family back to Naples. Coker was assigned to an air force base at Little Rock, Ark. before his release last week. He was a pilot with the rank of lieutenant. Mr. and Mrs. Coker and their son have moved into a house on the Douglassville highway recently vacated by his brother, Tommy Coker. Coker will be associated with his father, Leon Coker, at the Coker Chevrolet Com- pany here. Monuments Memorial Markers m Now on Display EN NAPLES WE HAVE SET UP A DISPLAY OF FINE MONUMENTS AND MEMORIAL MARKERS ON THE OLD HOTEL LOT Morris County Memorial W. R. Ballard, Owner PHONE 7-3401 NAPLES 1i WANTAD NOTICE We are trapping wol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 July 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1957 Vnur COUNTY HOME Ne*sFr0T ^ DEMONSTRATION AGENT >... «t w. "•*" Agricultural Extension Service -Texas A. ft M College System By Miss Colleen Lewis A recreation training school will be conducted by Mrs. Bud Connor, Mrs. Bud Camp, Mrs. *J. H. McDaniel and Mrs. .Ed- gar Presley on Tuesday, June 30, at 2 p.m. at the Communi- ty Center building in Dainger- field. These four women re- ceived their training from Miss Lucille Moore, recreation specialist from the Extension Service of A and M College. This training program is open to each community which is interested in organizing a Women's Home Demonstra- tion Club. It is hoped that each community will have four representatives to re- ceive the training. * * Clothes do not make the girl, but they do have a de- cided effect on the impression a girl makes. It's not a matter of money ... an attractive "wardrobe is within reach of every girl who is willing to spend some time and thought in careful ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 July 1957

■ih ; I I I douglassville Patrolmen Check bryans mili Pastor Honored A! Birthday Party By Mrs. B. W. Swint You are invited to attend the revival at the Baptist Church this week. The Rev. M. 0. Southerland Jr. of Odes- f 'll bring the messages /eek. He will arrive this y evening. nbers of the Baptist h sang "Happy Birth- to the Rev. Southerland Saturday evening at the edu- cational building. Delicious refreshments were enjoyed and a love gift was presented to him for his wonderful work he had done since he has been pastor of their church. We all love him and his good wife. We extend good wishes for many more happy birth- days. Mrs. Emma McCoy is visit- ing her daughter, Mrs. Buster Carmichael of Marshall this week. Miss Lola Dees of Hughes Springs and Miss Daisy Wil- liams of Daingerfield visited Miss Alice Ormand Saturday. Mrs. Jim Martin McCoy vis- ited her sister, Mrs. Stafford McCoy of Texarkana, last week. Mrs. Shep Cranberry visit- ed Mrs. W. E. Swint of Omaha Tuesday. In the a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 July 1957

.;,;v ,p«l ■V ' ' > tut NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1957 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hamp- ton, Mrs. J. E. Sullivan and Mrs. Lee Davis were at Dallas ■Monday. Mrs. Sullivan remain- ed to vHt relatives for a few Uays. Mr. and Mrs. Don Watkins, t)onald and Connie spent the \veek end vacationing at Hot Springs. r A Fall Fashion Note For the Ladies: The fur-trimmed suit is big fashion news for '57 fall ... anc£ S & S Shop has a selection of famous Ricemor fur-trimmed suits. See them at S&S Shop and use our Lay-Away. STORE-WIDE REDUCTIONS on all Children's and Ladies' Summer Merchandise COME SEE US S £p S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Tom Hicks of Jefferson, former owner of The Moni- tor, visited in Naples Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Garrett and children visited Sunday at Prescott, Ark. with his mother, Mrs. J. N. Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brunette and son of Dallas visited from Sunday through Tuesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Or- ville Brunette. Mr. and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 August 1957

Students Register for Fall Term Aug. 30 The summer vacation will end late this month for Pewitt school students. They will register for the 1957-58 term on Aug. 30 and go back to the classroom on Sept. 3. A general faculty meeting with all teachers, special service people, supervisors, and the school secretary pres- ent will precede the registra- tion of students. The faculty meeting will be held at 9 a.m. at Pewitt school and 1 p.m. at Carver school. Pewitt and Carver schools will follow the same schedule during the term. The registration on Aug. 30 will be from 8:45 a.m. until 10:45 a.m. First grade pupils and their mothers and teachers will as- semble in the cafetorium at 8:45 a.m. Aug. 30 to enroll. A birth certificate and a certificate from a doctor that the child has been success- fully vaccinated for smallpox is required before the child can enroll in the first grade. Many of the first graders have already filed birth cer- tificates and vaccination cer- tificates during the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 August 1957

THC NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, AUGUST , 1957 VIEWPOINTS We Need To Join Forces cr? C3. Chr There's an'easy way out fox the Naples Busi- ness Women's Club in its efforts to establish a community center here for the youth of the town. A logical solution would be an arrangement with the American Legion post to use the Legion hall. That way, both organizations would be benefitted. It might be the only solution. The club has worked for more than a year now with the project and does not have sufficient money to start construction and has not had enough whole-hearted support to indicate that the center would be a success if it is built. If the center is built and not administered properly, it will sit idle and, therefore, be of less value than no building at all. The Legion already has a building that is suitable for use as a community center. But the Legion, not blessed with an abundance of money, has not been able to take care of the building and the grounds as they might have liked to hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 August 1957

m Winners In 4-H Contest I ^ Hi •W ^ IK P' V ' I m&i ■ ■ m Emma Jean Palmore, right, won first place and Patricia Minton second place in the electric awards contest for 4-H Club members. The contest ended Aug. 1 and the winners were notified Monday. The club members entered work books on the subject, "To Learn More About Electricity On Farm and Home". The contest was open to both boys and girls. The clock for first prize was donated by the Thompson Furniture Store. AMLICO SERVICE KENNY'S Service Station PHONE 7-3181 NAPLES, TEXAS We Give Green Stamps CiTY OF NAPLES, TEXAS FINANCIAL STATEMENT From January 1st, 1957 to July 1st, 1957 Bank balance and cash on hand January 1st, 1957 $4,629.91 Total revenue collected from taxes 6,126.80 Night watchman fund collected from business district 980.25 Street rentals, meter deposits, rents and tile sales 1,765.31 Total Revenue $13,502.27 Disbursements Deposited to night watchman fund $1,230.00 Deposited to fire truck sinking fund 289.23 Dep...

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

The Woman's A„gie ^ THE NAPLES MpNITOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1957 Welchs Hosts For Wedding Dinner fVliss Mancy ^evll!, Hershel Welch Exchange Vows in Bryan Ceremony Miss Nancy Nevill and Her- shel Glyn Welch were united in marriage Saturday evening in a double ring ceremony at the First Baptist Church at Bryan. Dr. William Harvey Andrew read the impressive ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Ne- vill of Bryan are the parents of the bride and Mr. and Mrs. Ft J. Welch of Naples are the bridegroom's parents. Pedestal baskets or wime gladioli, asters and carnations were arranged about the altar space against a background of Hawaiian foliage while cathe- dral candles in floor stand- ards glowed softly over the bridal scene. Church pews were marked with fluffy white satin bows. Preceding the entrance of the bridal party, Mrs. Joe R. Barron sang "The Song of Ruth" and "Through the Years" accompanied by the organist, Mrs. Imogens Nasi Robertson, who played the processional and recessional wedding...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 August 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR DALTON Tss>2 .3 Revival In Progress At Dalton Church PERSONA! By Mrs. J. H. Cromer The revival began here last Wednesday with Bro. Rhyne doing the preaching. The at- tendance has been good. Mrs. Ora Gardner and son anjj^rs. Buck Jenkins and Snyder, Texas are vis- iting with relatives in this community this week. Sew cor Fall BATES MATERIAL 79c to $1.25 yd PAMPERED COTTON 65c yd DENIM 69c yd PRINTS 25c yd BLOUSES $1. to $1.49 MENS STRAW HATS $1.69 MENS STRETCH SOCKS 2 pair $1. CLOSE-OUT ON SHOES $1.50 $2. $3. LEE RIDER JEANS Hall's Store Mr. and Mrs. Vernon May and family had lunch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ruffus Rob- inson and William Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry King- ston and children of Dallas are spending this week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Hampton. Sue Knighton spent Tues- day night with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bell of Bryans Mill. Jessie Simmons has not been feeling too well for the last week. At this time, he is in t)allas for a checkup. August 9...

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

s& . •/. THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, AUGUST B. 1957 CORNETT "Mews ^orn ^our COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENT rr.. Cross Roads Holding Singing School Agricultural Extension Service-Texas A. a M. College System By Miss Colleen Lewis I am making plans for the Girl's 4-H Club to organize in September. There will be a meeting of girls from the ages of 9 to 21 who are interested In 4-H Club and their parents on Tuesday, Aug. 13, at the B-ungerfield community cen- tfci, and Thursday, Aug. 15, at the Naples American Le- gu1-, Hall beginning at 1:30 p.ru. This is an important Dieting as you will be learn- ing just what 4-H Club is and what is expected of a 4-H Club member. You mothers and dads will want to learn aboif" 4-H also. I'm calling all girls. « * If everything works out ■well, fabrics in the near fu- ture will bring some interest- ing changes for the home of tomorrow. The U.S. Depart- ment of Agriculture labora- tories now are working on cotton fabrics that are oil- proof as wel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 August 1957

NEWS A"* your County Extension. "fex&d. ■$. eutjLsti. (j?olLtft 2H.xten.iion. Setviat DOUGLASSVILLE A Superintendent to Conduct Service THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, AUGUST S, 195/ Less Than Half of Pines Ordered R. J. Dean utbreaks of army worms been found throughout the entire county. Several species of army worms cause injury to growing crops. The moths usually lay their eggs at night in masses or clusters and large numbers of worms hatch. When the food supply becomes exhausted where the worms hatched, they move in "armies" to adjacent fields. Some species feed only at night, thus causing damage before they are detected by the grower. Other species feed continuously and do not hide during the day. The recommended chemical control for the army worm is 2 to 3 pounds of Toxaphene of 1 or 2 pounds of DDT as a spray or dust, or 2 to 3 pounds of Toxaphene-DDT mixture per acre as a spray. A thor- ough application should be made to the soil and young plants. * * The members of the Nap...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 August 1957

': :.>■'■. THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1957 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McMich- ael of Carthage spent last Friday night with his father,' R. 0. McMichael. They were on their way to Colorado Springs for a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. Irvie Can- non visited here over the week end with relatives and friends. They live at Haynes- ville, La. FINAL CALL All Summer Dresses Ladies and Children l-v" > 3 DAYS ONLY Thursday - Friday. Saturday Price Must Make Room For New Fall Merchandise ARRIVING DAILY COATS • Wool Tweeds Hockanum Fabric Moutoris (Short) SUITS • Anglo Silk Tweed Wool Tweed Fur Trim Wool Alpaca Silk and Wool DRESSES • Cotton Silk and Cotton Silk Crepe Dacron FAMOUS BRANDS Ricemor Fashionbilt Mary Lane Ike Clark, reg. Jerry Gilden, reg. and jr. Julie Clark Jr. Miss Pat Vicky Vaughan Tony Todd COME IN AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION EARLY USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. E. 0. Riner is visiting at August...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 August 1957

• • * ■ > Naples man can see again after two years of blindness , " %" if,' " When W. E. Davis of Naples ells you now that he's glad see you, you'can take his word for it. ,He really is. i-ryis is seeing his Naples els for the first time. Jc has been almost totally blind in both eyes since he and Mrs. Davis moved here from DeKalb in February of 1&56. An operation on July 19 restored the sight in his left eye. Davis has laid aside the cane that he used to find his way around with and was busy this week meeting peo- ple whom he had known by their voice alone up until his sight was restored. He had developed his sense of hearing during his blind- ness until he could recognize people by their voices: Now he's seeing for the first time what his friends hers look like. Davis' troubles began about three years ago while he was employed at the Lone Star Ordnance plant. His sight be- gan to fail as a result of cata- racts on both eyes. Two years ago, he under- went surgery on his best ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 August 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 15, 1*57 VIEWPOINTS DOCTOR OP Businessmen Wan1: to Help Quite often, there is a feeling existing that chambers of commerce work for their own selfish, good at the expense of everyone else around them. The feeling is not well-founded. The truth of the matter is that a chamber of commerce must work for the benefit of the majority of people in its area or it will defeat its purpose. No town and no businessman in a town can thrive unless the people in and around the town thrive. Their business depends directly upon the income of their non-business neigh- bors. If the non-business neighbors have no money with which to buy, the businessman certainly can not hope to sell them. Here lately, it has come up that some water- melon growers believe that the chamber of commerce here has done nothing to help pro- mote the sale of the melons. The truth is, the chamber of commerce has done everything it knows how to do to help the farmers get more for their melon cr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 August 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY. AUG. 15, 1W7 Pewitt Teachers Get Class Assignments Teacher assignments have been made for the 17 menu bers of the Pewitt grade school staff and 11 members of the high school staff. W. C. Beasley is elementary bpol principal and F-. M. Jms high school principal. Teacher assignments in the elementary school are: H. L. Cheatham, 8A, room 5; Mrs. Herman Young, 8B, room 12; Wayne J. Huckabee, 7A, room 6; Mrs. W. G. Foster, 7B, room 11; Mrs. A. T. Brian, 6A, room 10; Mrs. 0. D. Lof- fer, 6B, room 7; Mrs. John L. Moore, 5A, room 9; Mrs. Ger- ald Ellis, 5B, room 8; Mrs. Haskell Henson, 4A, room 18; Mrs. Lee Davis, 4B, room 17; Mrs. Reuben Cole, 3A, room 19; Mrs. James Griffin, 3B, room 18; Mrs. Carl Davis, 2A, room 20; Mrs. John Hummel, 2B, room 15; Mrs. H. L. Cheat- ham, 1A, room 21; and Mrs. W. F. Huddleston, IB, room 14. Assignments in the high school are: R. D. Bearden, vocational „ your COUNTY HOME Ne*sfr°m DEMONSTRATION AGENT Agricultural Extension Service...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 August 1957

$8$: Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Austin vNettie and John) of Texarkana, formerly of Naples, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Aug. 25. Their three children, John Hicks Jr. of Houston, Mrs. Clois Hicks of Naples, and Mrs. E. F. Cunningham of Nash, will honor them with an open house at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham at Nash from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25. A cordial invitation is extended to all of their friends to visit with them during the open house. BRYANS MILL Bill ESwfc Abston on 15 Day Leave By Mrs. Steve Brock Bill Elwin Abston is spend- ing a 15 day leave with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Usco Abston and Mary, and other relatives after his basic training in Ft. Carson, Colo. He will leave Sunday for St. Louis, where he will visit with his mother and will go to Massachusetts, where he will be stationed for a short time. Then he will go to Germany for overseas duty. Other visitors in the Usco Abston home over the week end were Mrs. Prent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 August 1957

•:'.V IV- • -'. v i, • * '"ji ' '■.el He finally got the big un THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 15, 1957 m li§fe Murry Davis of Naples fi- nally caught the big one he's been fishing all these years for. He and a Louisiana relative, Clarence Foshee, caught a 50- id catfish on a trot line ^^■i.^Sabine River. The line ■ !d with live perch, catfish was 48 inches long and measured seven inches between the eyes. The river serves as the border between Texas and Louisiana. The big one, of course, was caught on the Texas side. : Asiatic Flu Epidemic Expected THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH meets regularly on Tuesday Nights at the home of Dr. C. J. Wise Evening prayer and Holy Communion at 7 p.m. Instruction and discussion following service. Visitors are welcome to all services. Ends at 9 p.m. Responsible Person from this area to refill and collect money from bulk machines. Start in spare time — if satisfied, then work full time. To qualify you must have car, references, mini- mum of $1,500 in cash wh...

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