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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 September 1957

■'. . jfp oSi*K?''r The Naples MONITOR Thursday, sept. 19, 1957 page 6 Area Farmers Plant Fall Pastures The fall pasture planting program is getting underway in the Sulphur-Cypress Soil Conservation district and at least nine cooperators in the Naples and Omaha area have started their programs. Dr. James S. Leeves, R. P. Lowery, Victor Moore and P. Y. Gray of Naples, and R. E. Moore, R. G. Moore, William C. Shaver, H. H. Boozer and Admitted Mrs. F. M. Adams, Omaha, medical, dismissed. Mrs. Thelma Harvey, Na- ples, medical, dismissed. Aubrey Boozer, Omaha, sur- gery, dismissed. Eugene Johnson, Omaha, medical, dismissed. Mrs. Alma Pope, Naples, medical, dismissed. Mary Jane Cherry, Omaha, medical, dismissed. Mrs. Harold Hughes, Lone Star, medical, dismissed. Mrs. J. C. Traylor, Naples, medical, dismissed. Mrs. J. E. Ponder, Dainger- field, medical, dismissed. Mrs. T. C. Lyster, Naples, surgery, dismissed. Mrs. Jerry Walker, Dain- gerfield, medical, dismissed. Mrs. Myrtle Meadows, Oma-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 September 1957

'. T ' '■ f --V.. T • The Naples MONITOR PAGE 7 THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1957 3 WW \i / •V- ^ Doolittle gains yards down the middle Several New Enroll In School This Term There are a number of new students enrolled at Pewitt school this year for the first time. They include Howard Bar- ron, Charles Alton Elliott, David Morgan, Tommy Mc- Coy, Don McCord and Jane Robison, all freshmen trans- fers from Marietta school; Charles Shaw, a sophomore, also from Marietta; Sandra Cheatham, freshman from Pa- ris; Minerva and Jim Longino, sophomore and freshman re- spectively from Savoy; Renner Waldrum, sophomore from Talco; and George Bynum, a sophomore from Irving. There also are several who have left Pewitt and have re- turned this fall. They include Roselyn Clair and Richard Myrtle, junior students. A hearty welcome is extended to all new students. NEW TEACHER The high school has a new teacher this year. He is Mr. Paul Goodwin and he teaches mathematics. Welcome, Mr. Goodwin, to Pewitt. the brahm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 September 1957

■' "'• 'j~,r V* y-'--.".* ■■":i ' V' ! -' • '' ,.'- " ' : ' ' * The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1957 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. James David Johnson and baby visited Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cuccio and other relatives in Crowley, La. 1 his week. COTTON CASHMERE DRESSES Sheath with Jacket Shirt Waist 2-Piece Jacket and Skirt Jr. Reg. Half Sizes $9.95 up THE LAST WORD IN GIRDLES — FRIS KEE — Girdle and Pantie Girdle $6.50 NEW SELECTION Baby Gift Items 29c to $5.95 Fall and Winter MERCHANDISE Arriving Each Day Come in and browse around before buying S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. Annie Stewart of Dal- las spent the week end here. Miss Louise Dunagan of Mem- phis, Tenn. has oeen visiting at Omaha with Mrs. tfeulah Ragland. She and Mrs. Stew- art went to Memphis Tuesday. Mrs. Stewart will visit there for awhile then she will go to Independence, Mo., where she will visit her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart. Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Watson of Vandervoort, Ark. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 September 1957

leart Operation Will Replace lirthday Party for Youngster See The Brahmas Play McLeod Here Friday Night x- h\> „>W ■liter ( Honda Bisang, t !ie of Mr. and 5Joe Tigert of Omaha, :on't be'seven years old until t. G but she already has had i^ter birthday party. Glenda will be too busy to lebrate her birthday when tl should be celebrated. __f She will be a patient at the %famed Mayo Clinic in Rochest- r, Minn., waiting for delicate eart surgery to correct a de- ct known as ventricular sep- 1 defect with pulmonary hy- ertension. The operation is scheduled or Oct. 8. Glenda is the daughter of Ir. and Mrs. Jimmy Bisang of entone, Texas. Her mother the former Nell Tigert, a •epj GLENDA BISANG 1 I Monitoring MAIN STREET jiign of Inflation — | Inflation has grown so bad even a thief sometimes djets snooty over money. SThe prowler who broke into njie Strickland Service Station Ijere Monday night indicated fife trend. He battered open the cash gister and took from it the ims he wanted. Wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 September 1957

( The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1957 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS MARIETTA ft ,• Integration For Some g?/s\(S K 0 0 0 C The politics involved in the current out- breaks of racial violence at Little Rock high school are a sad commentary on the calibre of leadership that the American government has fallen into. Completely lost in this strife between the NAACP-backed Negro students and the whites is the best interest of all of the students and the one purpose o£ a school. The classroom has been changed by poli- tically-minded opportunists from a place of learning to a testing place for a social theory first offered by a communist-leaning Swede. The hypocrisy of Eisenhower's demands that integration in Little Rock will proceed at all costs is pointed up in a current report from Washington, D. C., where the schools were to be a model for others in the country. High government officials have not avail- ed themselves of this opportunity to be a part of a model experiment. The president's gra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 September 1957

■% The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1957 PAGE 3 Salvation Army Sets Up County Office The Salvation Army has set up a fund for welfare work in M(^-vs county and named gfficadminister it. ^^^nry, East Texas rep- fesent alive for the Texas Di- vision of the Salvation Army, said a fund has been deposit- ed in the National Bank at Daingerfield for the work and a welfare committee named for the county. The initial grant for use in the county was $50 and is to be used until the United Fund drive is held in the first half of October. The Salvation Army is one of the agencies to be represented in the 1957 United Fund drive in the county. Under the county welfare program, each town in the county will have a pepresenta- tive authorized to issue pur- chase orders for food, cloth- ing and other things in needy cases. Also the services of the state Salvation Army are available to the county com- mittee for cases requiring help of a larger need than a temporary one. Mrs. Lon Thigpen will rep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 September 1957

Women's Club DouglassvilEe PTA Meets - "" >; - Tuesday Night Tl e Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1957 PAGE 4 c mYour COUNTY HOME News Frorn _ DEMONSTRATION AGENT Agricultural ExtensionService-"fexot A.AM.Cottoo*SysWi & i r ^ Recent Bride Miss Gussy Oneita Anthony, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Anthony of Abilene, was married recently to Bobby Wayne Wilson of Burkburnett. The ceremony was held at the. home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Esther Carlisle of Naples, grandmother of the bride, attended the wedding. 19 Attend WSCS Meeting Nineteen members of the WSCS were present Monday afternoon for the "Spiritual Life" program at the Metho- dist Church here. Mrs. Herbert Hicks was the leader and also gave the devo- tional. "Jesus Calls Us" was the opening song. Mrs. Paul Goodwin read a poem. Others on the program were Mrs. Carrol Hess, who gave a talk on "Secrets of Prayer" and Mrs. Dan Watson and Mrs. E. A. Riner present- ed a skit. Mrs. Lon Thigpen presided at the business me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 September 1957

The Naples MONITOR Brahmas Meet McLeoc! Friday THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1957 PAGE 5 ' i The Pewitt Brahmas step down to Class B competition Frida^night after knocking „over.,second Class AA tearfyj^^hree tries this year. They will meet the McLeod Longhorns at 8 p.m. Friday at Pewitt stadium in what is ex- pected to be a breather. It will be their only chance to relax and experiment be- fore opening District 15A conference play next week. The Brahmas gained a mea- sure of revenge from an old rival last Friday night when they shut out the Daingerfield Tigers, 26-0. The Tig?rs have not scored all year and have lost three times. Pewitt loafed through the first half and ended up with a 7-0 lead. Fullback Austin Doolittle had carried the ball over from two yards out for the touchdown. BAPTIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES The Rev. Morris Hill, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Training Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship ' 8 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. The Tigers almost evened things up but a sco...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 September 1957

. J f V*- The Naples MONITOR Thursday, sept, u, tw Highway Patrol Needs Workers Examinations for highway patrolmen, license and weight patrolmen, driver's license examiner patrolmen and mo- tor vehicle inspection patrol- men will be held in Tyler at 6 a.m. Oct. 15. Major Guy Smith, regional commander of the Northeast Texas Department of Public Safety, said all high school graduates, or men with a cer- tificate of equivalency, who are between the ages of 21 and 35 and of good moral character and physically fit may make application at the nearest highway patrol sta- tion. Applications must be sub- mitted to Austin on or before Oct. 10. Major Smith said all appli- cants who have already sub- mitted applications and have *iot been called for an exam- ination should make a new ap- plication because of the reor- ganization of the department page « W Bill Hendersons Bridge Club Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hender- son were hosts to the Satur- day Night Bridge Club last week. They entertained th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 September 1957

* the brahma corral Student Council Plans Projects For This Year - The Student Council mem- bers met last week. They in- clude Sandra Moore and En- nis Hawkins from the fresh- man class; Cynthia Smith and Steve Dale from the sopho- more class; Dorothy Parris and Mike Dale from the jun- ior class; and Barbara Ellis and Jackir Skelton from the senior class. The officers of the student council this year are Jimmy Brown, president; Ray John- son, vice president; and Glen- da England, secretary. The Student Council mem- bers are selling buttons with the school colors and "Brah- mas" written on them. We all feel this is another way to support our team. The mem- bers will be selling them downtown and at the gate be- fore the ball game Friday. FHA Chapter Picks 'Beau' The Pewitt FHA chapter met Thursday, Sept. 19, to elect the FHA "Beau". The boy elected was Louis Boozer. The first period Homemak- ing class elected officers for that group. They are Pearlee Hicks, president; Jean Kay, vice p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 September 1957

Dan flamoton of Austin and a friend, Lyton Tom, Camp- bellton, were guests here over the week end with Dan's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hampton. Miss Annette Roach of Ty- ler spent last week with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Roach. Mr. and Mrs. John Watson, Mrs. Myrtice Porter and Mrs. W. L. Forsythe attended the Bowie county singing at Hub- bard Chapel Sunday. * ... •*- Mrs. E. H. Gregory of Dallas spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Herbert Hicks and Mr. Hicks and her mother, Mrs. J. C. Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wills of Dallas visited over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McNatt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kelly and Mrs. Kelly's mother, Mrs. Florence Roberson of Bonham left Monday for Dayton, Ohio, to visit Mrs. Kelly's sister, Mrs. Rufus Keeling and fami- ly. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly will re- turn this week end. Mrs. Sarah Harvey of Tex- arkana visited Mrs. C. E. Boo- zer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson last Thurs- day. MARKET 5SED FISH — d ROYCE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 October 1957

„n 1 i Steelworkers May Be Re-Hired Individually, Company Says Steelworkers out on strike may be rehired individually they can't look forward to anket s ttlement of griev- that would put them all ack to work at one time. That was the word Wednes- day morning from a high com- pany official who has been familiar with the situation since the strike was called a week ago last Saturday. The official ruled out the possibility of a settlement that would reinstate all of the striking employees, saying the c°.;tW had no controversy wi',v\Hie union. are accepting applica- tion-.. fr6m aM persons, the of- ficial said, except for those who agitated the walkout and those who have picketed the plant. Employees before the strike probably will get preference in the hiring, he said, because of their experience. Those be- ing rehired are being assign- ed as near their former posi- tion as possible, the official The Mprris county 4-H Club won third place in the For- estry contest — the fifth time in f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 October 1957

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1957 PAGE 2 Wsfc. I VIEWPOINTS The Quiet Ones El Texans have for a long time been con- ceded to have the most, ihe best, the worst er the least — always the extreme. It can claim again its right to that repu- tation with its representation in Washington. Texas voters, who do things in a big way, have almost outdone themselves in electing a most unique collection of senators and congressmen to serve in Washington. In these troubled times when the most controversial issue of the century has been agitated to the boiling point and federal troops have been ordered into the South to enforce a communist inspired theory of so- ciology, Texas representatives have proven themselves unique by being the only citizens in a nation of 175 million who have no opinion. It is not for us to say whether they should be for or against the issue. It is nor for them to ride the fence of neutrality be- cause of political expediency and leave the eight million Texans who ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 October 1957

t The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1957 PAGE 3 State Fair Opens Saturday At Dallas «*' * The 1957 State Fair of Tex- as will open Saturday, Oct. 5, alias for 16 days and will through Sunday, Oct. 20. ^ie traditional opening day p&rade through downtown Dallas will "start at 10 a.m. Saturday and will be led by Governor Price Daniel, who will then officially open the fair. The opening day will be Rural Youth Day and more than 100,000 4-H Club boys CORNETT and girls, Future Farmers and Futu«p Homemakers are ex- pe^-tl to attend from every corner of Texas. The entertainment attrac- tions of the fair this year in- clude "My Fair Lady," the Ice Capades, the Aut Swenson Thrillcade, the free Aztec- Mayan Spectacular, the Jim- my Savo Show, and the mid- day. A total of 4,813 head of livestock from 20 states have been entered in the Pan- American Livestock Exposi- tion and the Junior Livestock show. The beef and dairy cattle, swine, sheep and goats enter- ed in the show will be on dis-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 October 1957

The Woman' S Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1957 PAGE 4 Ne*sFromVour COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENT $ Agricultural Extension Service-Texas A. SM College System Engagement Announced The approaching marriage of Miss Sondra Jo Hampton to Sam Martin Durso has been announced by her parents, Cosmetics LOWERY'S Drug Store Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hampton of Ft. Worth. Parents of the future bride- groom are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Durso of Port Arthur. The bride-elect and her fiance are both graduates of the Uni- versity of Texas. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority and Beta Gamma Sigma, and he is affiliated with Phi Kappa Poi and Kap- pa Psi. The wedding will take place at 4 p.m. Oct. 26 in St. Pat- rick's Cathedral at Ft. Worth. The bride-elect is the grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton of Naples. By Miss Colleen Lewis I want to report to you how this month went over with the Women's Home Demonstra- tion Club organization in Mor- ris county. I met with six communities to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 October 1957

I I m-' ~«r. ■,?■' ■<*•-£■*?. ' •: t ft . *1 li f riife|( t ■ M "t ■¥ST During the period of the existing wildcat strike at Lone Star Steel the following offer will hold good: 1. For information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone threatening or intimidating a Lone Star Steel employee or any member of his family, Lone Star Steel will pay $5,000 I 2. For information leading to arrest and conviction of anyone causing injury to a Lone Star Steel employee or any member of his family, or to the arrest and conviction of anyone damaging or destroying property of a Lone Star employee or any member of his family as a result of the wildcat strike activity, Lone Star will pay $10,000 \ \ 7T •• ' F : I'* E. B. GERMANY President Lone Star Steel Company .■*;' ■ The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1957 PAGE 5 DOUG L ASS VILLE Sunday School Class to Attend Social By Mrs. B. W. Swint The members and associate members of the Ever Ready Sunday School Class are urged to attend the monthl...

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

US®' ' I '• 5S ■ i The Naples MONITOR Thursday, oct. 3, 1957 page 6 £* HaS- ^ Jit- ' :■ ,-v* 1 A ☆ ☆ ☆ National ☆ ☆ ☆ NEWSPAPER WEEK ■; r '!;' • 1 Sip? • p 4-v: •J* - c ^V- v.. .-V v: - - • ■ ' \k-, ■ ■ • . A U NEWSPAPER WRBti m RIGHTS SERVES OCT. I - 8 , • ■ < ;w?- - / . ( " "> V • " 1 - - / - •' ... . p. t. 1 ■ . _. - *? *" \ - - ■ ' rf: ' r\. k-b ' .vv-.-'.;5y- :w I THANKS To Our Advertisers During National Newspaper Week, we want to thank our advertisers who make possible the continued publication of this paper. H O O* w> st" ssc^ •t ^.S*- !f> ifto* _V^W iYie "7^as 5**v" ««** v0\d ^vost eV A -w tve^sft- ^ °Lues ^ iv\\c4 co6- Sotv (nN,vv ^catfte^ : 0vd *L,&eA. * *&•£&££ t w*° 10 ^ ... pto^yri^1 * tvO ^0^"; tvot vs ^cLtft tvce ^eAets It co^f> ^PAV w11 u„«. t w rr)cvetel e ott* v„ '; Va\8!, x)^ce' •,c. vJCe^' ut\vtV d -c t^s Pavxf vtv vw« c° iYva^' e4 « « « -Sff •* " eV °"1'+*•& • ^cL^ed vt\ vje ate j\)iSv bal i :,rK's I Your patronage has been a vita...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 October 1957

r • }>• •>'■'' • ffift; i"!'j *'•: ". * '2 . *•- ■; • -v' staaJL The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1957 All District Teams Play Sh utouts w PAGE 7 the brahma corral , 1 - siii • I | I I B I I I [ I ' -. ^ ■ ■ I I , m i I I "In Epidemic Thins Out Brahma Band But t Steps Out Anyway at Grid Game Several records were set by the Brahma football team Fri- day night, and the Brahma band set another record. 1 There were more than 15 members abser.c on account of sickness, yet th«; band played and marched, and did both well. This probably was a re- cord in number of absences from the band. The band entered the field from the south goal line play- ing "Queen City" march. They saluted the home stands with "Memphis Blues", featuring the majorettes in a new dance routine. Then came a precis- ion drill routine including a diminished front and "Cart- wheel" movements while play- ing "Burst of Trumpets" march. • Then the band went into a company front and marched toward the home stands. Th...

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

The Naples MONITOR "THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1957 PAG€ 8 PERSONAL k | I ft I i JR. ORLON AND WOOL "POPOVERS" *2.98 aasy-care blouses that go with everything — go everywhere by Sunny Sportswear Tasty toppings for your new fall skirts, pretty popovers fashioned of orlon and wool that washes wonderfully, needs practically no ironing. They make a perfect setting for new costume beads, too! A—Cardigan pullover to wear alone buttoned up or atop your blouses. %push-up sleeves, rib knit collar, cuffs and waists. Black, red white. Sizes S,M,L. B—The boat neck pullover with % push-up sleeves, rib knit cuff and waist. Black, white or red. Sizes S,M,L. Short sleeve turtle neck. Sizes 3-6X. $1.98 S & S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sullivan visited Sunday afternoon at Hughes Springs with Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Ferguson. Don Nance of Altus Air Force Base is on a 20 day fur- lough and is visiting his par- ents and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nance, Betty Lou and Rosemary. Mr. and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 October 1957

% ? t T' Revival to Start Sunday At First Methodist Church Union Attorney to Speak Here Saturday A revival meeting will start S".c? S at the First Methodist Cjjivh herfe and last through Wnfif week end. ^ev. James Lee Riley, tjnisror of the First Methodist Church at Gilmer, will con- duct the services after Sun- day. The pastor, the Rev. Frank M. Richardson, will preach at the two services Sunday. The church choir will fur- nish the music during the re- vival. Services will be held at 6:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. each day of next week. A fellowship meet- ing with coffee and dough- nuts being served will be held at 6 a.m. and the morning service will end at 7 a.m. Mr. Riley is in his fourth year as pastor of the Gilmer church. He is a graduate of South- ern Methodist University and Perkins School of Theology. He has served as secretary of the Texas Conference and vice chairman of the Texas Conference Board of Educa- tion. MORRIS COUNTY BANK TO BE CLOSED SATURDAY The Morris County National Ba...

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