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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 September 1957

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY. SEPT. 5, VIEWPOINTS Name the Free-Loaders Many small towns and some counties have adopted an idea in handling delinquent taxes that has its merits. After the deadline for paying the taxes has passed, the city and county officials have the list of delinquents published in the local papers. We don't know whether the purpose is to cause people to be more careful to pay their taxes on time or to let the other tax- payers know that their money goes to caver public services that some free-loaders enjoy. Either way, the policy of publishing the names of delinquents is a good policy. The Pewitt school district is a good ex-- ample. There was mort 'ban $4,000 in de- linquent tax money owed to the school last El iar that was unpaid. The total since 1949 amounted to something over $24,000. It takes a certain amount of money to operate a city, county or school. The money must come from those who pay taxes. Those who pay are having to pay enough to cover for those wh...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 September 1957

m « ■ ■■■> Omaha Scout Eans Eagle Award of Omaha is Scouts in the -4 Mike Roberts one of two Boy —, Big Cypress district who w receive the. Eagle A war a a court of honor Sept. 17 at Mt Pleasant. The other Scout to receive the award is Johnny Hen- ricks, 15 year old son of M t • i yill lead and Mrs. E. P. Mt. Pleasant. The court of ho: held at 7:30 p.m. the Presbyterian Mt. Pleasant. Roberts is the son and Mrs. Forest E. Rol Omaha. He has been active in work since he was nine has served at different as scribe, senior patrol -and is at present junior , sistant Scoutmaster of his lo- C#H?acled as assistant patrol leader in the Netseo Trails contingent when it made the trip to the national jamboree at Valley Forge, Pa. in July. Mike is a membcrofthe junior class at Pewitt high school and has been an offi- cer of his class several times. He is a quarterback on the Pewitt Brahma football team and was a member of the icks of active h its youth activities Hencricks has been active in Sc...

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

r MONITOR PAGE 4 Firemen Will Bur Vacant Lots Here Friday, Sept. 6 First football game of the season. Pewitt's Brahmas go to New Boston for a game at 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9 Chamber of Commerce to meet at Bohannan's Cafe at 7:30 p.m. ' * :T ,' ; Tuesday, Sept. 10 The Order of the Eastern Star meets at the Masonic ~ rv m Firemen will begin burning off vacant lots here within the next few days when the prop- erty owner requests it. Fire Chief Orval Miller said the Volunteer Fire De- partment would burn off as many lots as they can on the regular drill nights of the de- partment. No charge will be made but the department hopes to get contributions from the prop- erty owners. The money it receives will go into the de- partment's treasury for use in maintaining the department. Miller said thie firemen would like to burn off as many of the lots as possible before the dry weather makes them a fire hazard. The fire- men now can burn- the grass Miss Doris Boozer to Become Bride Of Dai/as Man ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 September 1957

SIMMS son Sirnms Woman Hurt In Maud Wreck By Miss Sarah Gauntt Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kruse and mily attended the Patterson ' "•' reunion at Tyler. ^ Billie Nell May and inoiner of Ft. Smith, Ark. are visiting Mr. anjj Mrs. Hender- son Tidwoll during the holi- days. Miss Patsy Daniel, who is employed at Ft. Worth, visited during the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mayo Daniel. Miss Ammona Porter visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Gusie Kruse and family. The students of James Bow- ie who worked at the Naples hospital are back home. They all reported to have had a nice summer working. Sarah McGill was honored on her sixth birthday with a party. She received- several nice gifts with several attend- ing The Rev. and Mrs. Snyder of Ft. Worth were guests at the Simms Baptist Church. He filled in for the Rev. George Carkeet, pastor, while he was conducting a revival at Claire- mont, Texas. The Rev. and Mrs. Carkeet and daughter will be back Buy Season Tickets Now GRAND OPENING TEXARKANA'S ALL NEW C...

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

The Naples MONITOR "THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1957 PAGE 6 ■ ~ I f . mt piMi The proved for th< a' pubh day ni Only r O m::-iAzyi lnstru v ::SfesP-' '•%' I and -V In the top row are Jimmie Wayne Hicks and Johnnie Ray Hicks, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Billy John Hicks, and Connie Ann Watkins, daughter of Mr. Mrs. D. W. Watkins. In the second row are Terry and Jerry Lewis, and Vickie Sue Lewis, children of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lewis, and fionna, Mark and Teena Betts, children of Mr. and Mrs. Donald. Betts. At the left is Linda Susan Fleming, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Fleming. P"MT f Kifr v v * • it##* < * wsis tyzBfj'x* * ? I i tr.'J' f ?ln the top row, left to right, are Donald Watkins, son of •Mr. and Mrs. Don Watkins, William Bradley Dennis, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Dennis, and Billy Bob Ragain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ragain. In the second row are Charles Kesseler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kesseler, Danny Wil- liams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Williams, and Sheri Ra- gain, daughter o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 September 1957

School Board Adopts $400,/82 Budget The Pcvvitt school board ap- proved a budget of $400,782 for the 1957-38 school year at a public meeting held last Fri- day night Only six members of the ' board were present for ["•ting. k wo biggest items on the budget were $227,104 for instruction and $102,224 for debt service. Other items included $17,- 419 for administration, $32,- 702 for other school services, $14,948 for operation of the plant, $1,800 for fixed charges and $4,585 for capital outlay. BRYANS MILL The money which will be actually received and spent is $320,782 since a bookkeeping figure of $80,000 is included in the budget. The bookkeeping figure is necessary because teachers aVe paid on the first of each month and the state pays on the 25th so the amount must be carried as debt and in- come. The administration item in- cludes salaries of the superin- tendent, tax collector and sec- retary, as well as all expenses of the offices, the cost of de- linquent tax collecting, hold-...

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

The Naples MONITOR L Thursday, sept. 5, 1957 FASHION! For Fail page 8 PERSONAL GLOVES Stetson ... that famous, fash- ionable name in gloves ... create# the "fabulous touch" for Fall. Here's bewitching ; loveliness ... the accent that , "makes" the costume. Many «xciting autumn shades to choose from...many styles... «ach with the dependable, gen- erations-old Stetson label $1 to $6.95 S & S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Dinner guests in the John- nie Spencer home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.- R. L. La- tham and sons, Don and Ray Latham, and Dale Jordan, all of Grand Prairie, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Witt of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spencer, Ka- ren, Randy and Charlotte of Lone Star, Mrs. Harvie Deg Derrick, William, Cecil and Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spencer. This same group went picnicking on Monday, ?nd due to the rain, finished their picnic in the Charles Spencer home at Lone Star. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ham- monds and boys, and Mrs. Ed Kennedy visited in Ft. Worth from Sunday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 September 1957

Brahma band to present downtown show There'll be music in down- town Naples and Omaha next Saturday afternoon. The Pewitt high school band will put on a short show in each of the towns. It will be at Omaha at 2:45 p.m. and at Naples at 3:15 p.m. They will be showing off their new uniforms and their playing ability and hoping to raise interest in the Band Booster Club. The club has ar- ranged for the appearances in the two towns. The shows are timed to co- incide with the annual mem- bership drive of the Booster Club. The Club will start to sell memberships early next week. Membership in the Club is $1 or up. Sponsors hope a lot of them are more. The money will be used to pay for the band's activities during the year and on the cost of the uniforms. They owe about $3,500 on the uni- forms. The Club held its first meet- ing of the year Monday night and re-elected all of its offi- cers. They are Mrs. Dick Da- vis, president; Mrs. Gerald El- lis, vice president; and Mrs. T. M. McNatt, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 September 1957

js 1 , •, \ A, Jfl The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1957 MARIETTA r th* Worst Is Yet To Come The full impact of the Supreme Court's 1954 ruling outlawing racial segregation in public schools has not yet arrived but the spectacle created by the ruling already is demonstrating the fallacy of a theory that government can legislate all things. The trouble at Little Rock is little more than a skirmish compared to the all-out ef- forts to maintain a way of life that are almost sure to come when integration comes to the deep South — an area with the wounds of the Civil War still very much unhealed. No one yet — three and a half years after the decision — has come up with a plan to implement the decision that would be accept- able to a majority of the people of the South. The temper of Southerners now is even less conducive to a peaceful solution. East Texans are of the attitude of the Deep South in their consideration of the problem. An indication of that feeling came a few weeks ago...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 September 1957

lor i.m. i.m. p.m. p.m. The Naple? MONITOR Tenbrook on College Grid Team THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1957 mShSSB—— PAGE 3 """ 6 whoy I Charles Tenbrook, former Pewitt Brahma athlete, will be playing his first college foot- ball game Saturday night win■>} the Texarkana College Rsa take on the Tyler 'at 8 p.m. in Grim adium in Texarkana. Tenbrook, who graduated last spring from Pewitt, is one of the Bulldogs' most promis- ing freshmen players. The 215-pound tackle will proba- bly see much action during tht} ten-game schedule. Tenbrook played on the Brahma football team one of his high school years but a move made him ineligible the last two seasons. He was a member of the basketball and track teams last year at Pew- itt. The Bulldogs are coached by Duncan Thompson, for- merly Linden high school coach, who is in his .first year at Texarkana College. CORNETT A large number of fans from the local area are ex- r;«> ;-V-' CHARLES TENBROOK Junior SS Class Has Social Meeting By Miss Daisy Hear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 September 1957

' V ' 's.V.V-'. •« • ht". Mary Martha SS Class Elects New Officers The Mary Martha Sunday School class elected its offi- cers at a social and business meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. Garnet Harvey.. The officers will be install- ed at a dinner meeting to be held in early October. Mrs. Junior Mills was elect- ed president, Mrs. Chester Milton Coker vice president, Mrs. John Wright secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Garnet Harvey assistant secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Jack Brock teacher, and Mrs. W. T. Coker assistant teacher. Those present for the meet- ing were Mrs. Robert Minton, Mrs. Richard Towler, Mrs. Wilburn Dodson, Mrs. Junior Mills, Mrs. Opal Hammonds, Mrs. Harold Sandlin, Mrs. W. N. Carlile, Mrs. John Wright, Mrs. Gay McGregor, Mrs. Page Bennett, Mrs. B. C. Wynine- gar, Mrs. Q. B. Wommack, Mrs. E. W. Rountree, Mrs. Wayne Huckabee, Mrs. Ed Oli- ver, Mrs. Jack Brock, Mrs. Rita Watson, Mrs. Lee Roy Franklin and Mrs. Harvey. Mrs. Rowe Leads WSCS Study - Mrs. Kenneth Rowe w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 September 1957

"SiPBWif 11 '' BRYANS MILL Marshall Preacher Is Guest Speaker By Mrs. Steve Brock Attendance was <?ood at church and Sunday School the past week end. The Rev. Mack itgomery of Marshall was 'visiting preacher. q j - v/e are sorry to report Mrs. Laywell still on our sick list but glad she seems to be im- proving. Orville Waldon is at home from the hospital and is still confined to bed but is im- proving. Morgan Harrison isn't doing so well the past week but we wish him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Tuck and children, Bonnie and Pam, left Sunday for Green- ville, Miss., where he is em- ployed. Mrs. Tuck and chil- dren have been spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Waldon. Mrs. Leon Darr and chil- dren of Dallas are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Kelly and Betty. Betty Kelly, who has been employed at Dallas, has re- turned to her home here to attend j^chool. Mr.'and Mrs. Homer Ab- ston and Mrs. Brit Baskin visited in Louisian...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 September 1957

a y'-" -*^yp NEWS A your County Extension. %xa± -f). gjidsM. (ZotUge tlxtenlion. SeH/ict CARD OF THANKS Our hearts are filled •'?" humility and apprec^"4"1 for our many good>>*!nds whose comfort djj-rffg our recent sadneg*-rrleant so much to us.' Wo "thank each of you from the bottom of our hearts. The family of James H. Kinney Garden Club to Meet Wednesday The Naples Garden Club will hold its first meeting of the fall season next Wednes- day, Sept. 18, at the home of Mrs. C. E. Coker. Mrs. W. T. Coker will as- sume her duties as president at the meeting. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. W. T. Coker and Mrs. C. M. Coker. Members will answer the roll cal? by naming "Flowers I Have Enjoyed This Sum- mer." By R. J. Dean The county got its first gen- eral rain in several weeks last week but the amount of it varied widely. It ranged from .8 inch on a gauge kept by L. T. Camp at Bradfield's Chapel to 2.5 inch- es on the Joe Parrish gauge at Rocky Branch and the An- gelo Justiss gauge at Om...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 September 1957

I 1 The Naples MONITOR ~\ the hrahma corral The Staff Carolyn Hanes Editor Mike Roberts Assoc. Editor Jackie Skelton Sports Ed. Joe Davis Band Reporter Class Reporters Sharon Rogers Myra Betts Emma Jean Palmore Patsy McNatt Campus Chatterers Nancy Shults Bette Ruth Phillips Typists Glenda Brown . Patricia Hall Sponsor Mrs. Orene Slider 212 Students Enrolled in Pewltt High School Summer vacation was over last week as 212 students en- rolled at PHS for the fall semester. There are some new faces among the student body and many old ones. To the freshmen this is the beginning of a great adventure, the thrilling journey through high school. To the sophomores it is only a continuation of what they embarked upon a year ago. This new school year represents to the juniors the half-way mark in their school education. And to the seniors this is the most excit- nig year of their lives, their final year of high school. Per- haps at this point they feel smaller than they ever have. They stand ama...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 September 1957

1arji j '/SwH 2 jja The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1957 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Bro. and Mrs. Bill Harty Mrs. Hugh Ashford of Car- had fish dinner Tuesday night bondale visited Sunday with with Mr. and Mrs. Chris War- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. r n and family. J Welch. Miss Beverly Archer, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Arcliei, will go to Denton cJunday to resume her studies at Texas Women's University. She will be a junior student. "Piccadilly" SWEATERS Cardigan Hand Finished "Raglan Shoulder" 100% Virgin Wool Walnut—Sapphire—Red *14.95 SUP ON Made of Mohlan (A blend of wool and kid mohair) Soft, Fluffy . . . yet bulky without weight Grey Heather Sapphire Walnut $ 10.95 S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. Janie Hampton, Mrs. Troy Miller and George Wil- liam Hampton visited Monday and Tuesday at Haynesville with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Col- lins and Mr. and Mrs. Bud YVommack. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Gibbs and Gary, and Bro. and Mrs. Bill Harty were in Mt. Pleas- ant Tuesday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 September 1957

mm Brahmas Hosts To Daingerfield Friday The Pewitt Brahmas play their first home football game of the season Friday night against the Tigers from Daingerfield. The game will be played at Pewitt stadium starting at 8 p.m. and a capacity crowd is expected to witness the game. It will be the third straight $4,865 Due In City Taxes The city of Naples has a total of $4,865 in delinquent taxes on its books. Burr Cameron, Linden at- torney who has been hired to collect the delinquent taxes, came up with that much when finished making out his collection list. After the penalty and in- terest is applied, it will be more than $6,000, according to Mayor W. A. Giles. The penalty is eight per cent and the interest is six per cent per year since the tax was first due. Some of the taxes on the delinquent rolls have been due since 1926 and the penalty and interest will add up to more than the ori- ginal tax. Of the total due, $3,522.78 is for real estate and $1,342.22 is for personal taxes. Cameron...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 September 1957

1 tiiih in wmmMwy^m-Jt The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1957 PAGE 2 Electric Rates VIEWPOINTS Reduced For Vote 'Yes' Saturday Voters can helj> to solve . the financial problem of Pewitt school Saturday in a way that should be acceptable to everyone con- cerned. That is by voting for the bond issue brought on by the consolidation of a part of the old Cornett school district with the Pewitt district. The election will decide whether or not taxpayers in the annexed area will pay their taxes at the $1.50 rate that others in the district have been paying and will continue to pay regardless of the outcome of the elec- tion. If the issue fails, taxpayers in the an- nexed area will pay only on the $1.00 rate. Since the district became a part of the Pewitt district voluntarily, it should have no objection to paying the higher rate. Certain- ly those in the present district should wel- come 'he additional financial help and expect those in the new area to pay as much as every- one el...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 September 1957

< ■ 1 al8^ a3tlcEEm «'> : -M 4 ' . A,;: 'X- Land Signed for Game Preserve The Lone Star Wildlife As- sociation has completed its 20,000 acre block of land and twill be stocked with 100 deer l&hin the next six weeks. The game preserve is in (The southern part of Morris county, and includes part of Cass and Titus counties. Work to get the game pre- serve started was begun in June and the block of land was completed last week. The property owners in the block of land had to sign an agreement that they would not hunt nor allow hunting on their property for a period of five years while^the deer herd multiplies. Then the area will be opened for hunting and is HANNER S. Funeral Home PHONE 7-2121 Naples, Texas AMBULANCE SERVICE Any Where — Any Time Oxygen and Resuscitator Equipped expected to afford excellent deer hunting. At least two releases of deer will be made in the area this fall. Robert G. Mauermann, wild- life biologist from the Game and Fish commission, survey- ed the ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 September 1957

H W I Xegion Auxiliary President Appoints TU^ A«~l^ Committees for Coming Year The WOman S Angle Garden Club Holds First Fall Meeting BRY Committees were appointed for the Clayton Harte Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary post Monday night in a joint meet- ing with the American Le- gion. The newly elected president, Mrs. Ed Alexander, presided and appointed the following committees: Mrs. Dan Watson, rehabili- tation; Mrs. Lon Thigpen, child welfare; Mrs. Otho Eak- in, membership; Mrs. Irene Harte, poppy chairman; Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, Christmas cheer; Mrs. Lon Thigpen, pub- licity; Mrs. E. A. James, pro- gram; and Mrs. W. L. Cole, finance. The meet'"" Committee of Legislation for the first district. The appoint- ment was made by the state president, Mr*. Henry Bailey. Mrs. Watson has served as president of the local unit, district president and division president. She has been an active member since the Aux- iliary was a county unit and was known as the Floyd D. Russell Post and Auxiliary. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 September 1957

* BRYANS MILL : '' "" ' • • " . „ ' TT • " | The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1957 PAGE * Nephew of Local Couple Dies In Wreck Mrs. Steve rtrock The Rev. Johnnie McAlex- ander was the guest speaker iy^in this Sunday and a won- message was brought, attendance was very They were dinner £t/ests in the Steve Brock home. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lay- well are both on our sick list but are improving this week. We're sorry Orville Waldon isn't doing so well. He will go to the hospital for furthur treatment. We wish him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Harri- son left last week for Ft. Worth with their son-in-law, David Smith, where they will be for some time while Mr. Harrison has medical treat- ment. Mr. and Mrs. James Laywell had as visitors over the week end, her mother, Mrs. Salena Vaughn, and her sister and children of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin String- er visited the past week end with his father, Charlie Strin- ger. The Ronald Stringers are the proud parents of a fine baby bo...

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