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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 October 1957

¥v- f % y • w w%: j. in I 1 The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1957 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS SIMMS James Bowie Students Attend Fair Time for Compromise The walkout of workers at Lone Star Steel Company, now in its third week, is weighing heavily on the economic structure of the en- tire area but, unless there is a spirit of com- promise, the effects will continue to get worse. Neither side will win a clear cut victory in a contest of principles that grinds on and on. No one can claim that the company will be better off by following a policy of replacing all of its former employees. The record of the company is proof enough that they have serv- ed well. No one can claim that the individual who has stayed away from his job could be bene- fitted by continuing to stay away. Nor can the worker benefit by going back on unaccept- able terms. Both sides claim a position of right. Both sides are partly wrong. Almost without exception, the '^dividual workers have done the thing they believed to b...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 October 1957

W' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1957 PAGE 3 | r 11 t CORNETT Alri Will Powell Dies in Linden Hospital er 11 % <iWl Tidwell Lenora Tuck Bonds Mrs. Skeet Welch Mrs. Tom Ramey October 12 Mrs. M. G. Brock Patsy Harrison Day Cynthia Ruth Knight October 13 R. A. Hicks James Allen Berry Mrs. C. W. Huffman October 14 Travis McCord October 16 Sara Presley Sara Ann White Mrs. Maggie Carmichael Mrs. Gertrude Walls Betty Garrett Simpson October 17 Steven N. Wommack Frank Phillip Bass LAY-AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS !■# By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School had a fair attendance. Sickness in the comn^iJTtity has caused at- tendance to drop. Remember Sunday, Oct. 13, is regular church day. Make your plans to come to Sunday School and church. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Blan- kenship and children, Cyn- thia and Danny, of Dallas, spent the week end with his parents, the W. H. Blanken- ships. Mr. Will Powell passed away in the Linden Hospital and was buried at Cornett last Wednesday at 4 o'clock. The Reeder...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 October 1957

-<y.....v jETjggffl ... SSW BRYANS MILL The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1957 PAGE 4 New Pastor Moving tc Bryans wVttc By Mrs. Steve Brock attendance was good at jjch and Sunday School. /Will continue having serv- on Saturday night with classes for all age groups. The Rev. Moody brought the messages and will move here Friday. Everyone is in- vited to come and be with us. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melton had as visitors Thursday, her mother, Mrs. Sallie Brock, and sisters, Mrs. Cecil Payne and Mrs. Oleta Wells and children, and her sister-in-law Mrs. Glen Brock and baby, all of Maud. On Sunday, guests with them were Mr. Melton's mother and sister, Mrs. Delia Melton and Mrs. Lizzie Moore of Omaha, and Melton Moore of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Abston had as visitors Sunday their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Windell Abston, Bobby and Ronnie, and a friend of Win- dell's, Mr. Bob Cameron of Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ab- ston were in Texarkana Sun- day to meet Mrs. Abston's mother, Mrs....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 October 1957

it f % m ¥¥r % k ft jfc , * m L The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1957 PAGE 5 Miss Helen stokes Becomes Bride ot Dr. Benjamin Floyd Saturday Night Episcopal wedding vows at St. Paul's Church in Green- ville, N. C., Saturday after- noon at four o'clock united in marriage Miss Helen Stokes and Dr. Benjamin Joseph Floyd. The bride is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter Stokes, Jr. of Green- ville and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benja- min Jackson Floyd of Naples. The Reverend John William Drake officiated at the double ring rites. Prior to the cere- mony Miss Eva Hodges of Greenville and Miss Helen Ann Ruddle of New York pre- sented a program of wedding music. Among the selections were, "0 Perfect Love", "En- treat Me Not To Leave Thee", and "The Lord's Prayer". On the altar, calla lilies and seven branched candlebra holding white cathedral can- dles formed a background for the ceremony. Given in mar- riage by her father, the bride wore a g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 October 1957

Thursday, oct. 10, 1957 "aIl marietta Sunday School Teachers Installed The Naples MONITOR page 6 MANNER Funeral Home ROCKY POINT Con. Methodist Church 10 a.m. 11 a.m 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. ^ Sunday School Morning Worship Young People Night Worship PHONE 7-2121 Naples, Texas AMBULANCE SERVICE Any Time Prayer Meeting Wed. Night (Hear the Gospel of Peace radio broadcast at 7:30 a.m. every Sunday over station KIMP, Mt. Pleasant.) iw*m Any Where Oxygen and Resuscitator VHm I Equipped Bill Harfy, Pastor v.. i•Sr'XHm « * wife! • * - By Mrs. R. L. Harris About 25 young people Were present for the youth fellowship meeting at the church Saturday night. Tommy Smith was hospital- ized several days last week after a hunting accident. Bobby Don Fletcher of Grand Prairie spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Fletcher Sr. During the assembly at the Sunday School hour Sunday, T. E. Wommack, superintend- ent, introduced teachers for the new church year. Among the teachers are the follow- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 October 1957

K r„ , J| *1 The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1957 PAGE mm. ^ MM wmM ,'V"\ fv! I. <■ "'A f <% M • " $ Jt y. ■ 'Mijt ft $ Austin Doolittle starts the scoring the brahma corral «, ■, TOSS 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 School Resumed Monday Morning The "flu" epidemic continu- ed to rage last week as a hun- dred or more students were still absent from high school and grade school. Classes were discontinued Tuesday afternoon until the following Monday morning in hope that the epidemic would subside within that period of time. v* The "well" students joyful- ly entered in upon the holi- days, but they probably won't . be so joyful next spring when the lost days will have to be made up. Students Publish First Paper The pap...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 October 1957

SSI - The Naples MONITOR Thursday, oct. 10, 1957 page a PERSONAL James Dawson of Dallas is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dawson. JUST ARRIVED Lurex Corduroy CAPRI PANTS Black Red Turquoise Sixes 10-18 $5.95 Also Lurex Cotton Shirts to Match $3.95 Quilted Corduroy CAPRI PANTS White Turquoise Sizes 10-18 $4.95 Embroidered Initialed BLOUSES Assorted Colors and Sizes No Iron Cotton $2.96 Come in make selections before colors and sizes are broken. Time to start your Christmas Lay-Away S & s Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gee Heard of Grand Prairie visit- ed witn relatives here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ward Rus- sell of Dallas spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Clarence Russell. Mrs. Carroll Hess will re- turn Saturday from a three weeks visit with relatives in Oklahoma City, Clinton, and other parts of Oklahoma. Mr. Hess made the trip also and returned home last week. Miss Lenna Ann Robison of Dallas visited over the week end with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 October 1957

7* ■ -wr. So The People \ •> M The Following Editorial is Reprinted from the Oct. 13 Issue of the Longview Sunday News-Journal: 1Mi % 'Si \ J? I ->y •I 1 (An Editorial) In the piney woods belt around the Lone Star Steel plant these days one can hear a plaintive wail—the self-imposed cry of wildcat strikers about somebody "breaking up a winning team." We think it is important that the public, which has been exposed ko conflicting statements, come to knc V) just who is breaking up whose team. Fox a decade now we have watched ivith keen interest as this plant has been developed—from the time when it was vacant buildings and rusting steel on a poorly reclaimed sivampsite, to the time we were able to help rescue it from dismantling creivs and the scrap heap, until the present time when under good management it finally has become an oper- ating success. We have watched as literally hu.tdreds of East Texas men have come out from behind the compass-end of a lazy mule reluctantly follo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 October 1957

, r 1 ' •';. '.' " ' ■ * ."■ The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1957 PAGE 4 DALTON Couple Observes Golden Anniversary News from ^our COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENT By Mrs. J. H. Cromer Tliv attendance for church Sunday was low due to SBfnuch sickness in this corrfmunity. Bro. Ithyne and family had lunch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cromer and W. H. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mont- gomery of Greenville spent Monday night with Mrs. Kate Carlisle and Marcelle. Mrs. Baugh spent last week in Bowie county with Mr. and Mrs. Orat Baugh and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Smith re- turned home last week after spending several weeks in De- troit, Mich, visiting with their children. Welcome back home, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Will Knighton spent the week end in Dallas visiting with Frances Knight- on and seeing the "Ice Ca- pades." Mr. and Mrs. Dee Smith celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 13, for Sept. 12. There were 54 present and they had a won- derful dinner. The couple ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 October 1957

i 1 it k The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1957 PAGE 5 Miss Betty Elaine Hardy Becomes Bride of Thomas Cecil Robinson Miss Betty Elaine Hardy be- came the bride of Thomas Cecil Robinson in a simple ceremony Sunday, Oct. 6, in the Calvary Baptist Church in Santa Fe, N. M. The pastor, the Rev. B. C. Nelly, officiated at the cere- mony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Hardy of Santa Cruz, N. M. She was attired in an ex- quisite Eerue cocktail dress NEW WINTER HOURS for M. B. HAMPTON BUILDERS' SUPPLY Is 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. worn with a small Eerue hat set with sequins, and carried a Bible with a white orchid set on top of it. The bridesmaid was Miss Edna King of Las Alamos, N. M., and the best man was Bob W. Robinson, brother of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. McBeth of Santa Fe. The couple left following the reception on their honey- moon. Thomas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Robi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 October 1957

r' *' ' ■ ' ' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1957 PAGE p bkfev- • I W, f gHIPHF • \. i ' ■ ■■ . '■ - ■' .... m mwW t' /* . $& } ■! 4, Here aie FACTS, not fiction, about the work stoppage at LONE STAR ■; • ■ v . J, - * v - -:i • • ' - « ., • - - / ■ .■ •■ , '•■ , ', ^ ; • • ' ... . <■ • . ,;> ■ Ever since a walkout began at Lone Star Steel Company on the night of Sept. 21, the air has been filled with rumors. Most of these rumors have been started by the wildcat leaders in a desperate effort to bolster the mo- rale of those they so foolishly led or forced out of the plant. At the outset, 600 loyal employees refused to be in- timidated and remained on the job. This force off bargaining unit employees has now grown to more than 1500, and forn«er employees are returning to work in increasing numbers. Below are typical questions we have receiv- ed on various phases of the walkout and the Company's policy. >33 QUESTION - - I'm told that the company is not paying regula...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 October 1957

Estf* - \ I The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1957 ■ <;' * fc - Wi PAG£ 7 gCtA Students Shown Disaster Film V the brahma corral Brahma Band to Play at Homecoming For Stephen F. Austin Saturday \ From the reaction of both Pewitt and Hughes Springs fans Friday night, the Brahma band show went over very well. The band entered the field from the north goal line play- ing "Sound and Fury" march. Left and right flanks and a right column brought the band to the Hughes Springs stand, where the majorettes presented twirling and dance routines to "King Size" march and the jazz time "Boogie Blues". May Jean DeVore substitut- ed very well in the majorette line for Mary Jo Hicks, who was out with the flu. A box counter-march mov- ed the band to the Pewitt stands. A fan counter-march and a column right brought the band to the north goal again, where the special part of the drill took place. This is, to our knowledge, the first drill of its kind at- tempted in this district. The lights were...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 October 1957

I# m ■ m The Naples MONITOR "THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1957 PAGE S PERSONAL Mrs. Emmett Fleming spent Thursday through Sunday at Dallas with Mrs. W. B. YVood and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lyons. Mrs. Lenoy Slider and Sheri •and Emmett Fleming visited them during the week end and Mrs. Fleming returned home with them. Mrs. Clifton Brock and Mrs. Marvin Tomberlain were at Dallas Tuesday and Wednes- day to attfend Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harty of Mt. Pleasant and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harty visited Sunday at Marietta with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harty. Mr. and Mrs. Don Robison of Greenville also visited in the Jim Harty home Sunday. LAY-AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS Set $55 up B. J. WILSON JEWELER Guaranteed Watch Repair Mrs. N. M. Roberts has re- turned from an extended visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant, at El Paso. Mrs. Grant accom- panied her mother home for a visit. Mrs. Paul O'Dell and daugh- ter, Mariel, of Birmingham, spent several days he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 October 1957

Brahmas Will Move Up to Class Pewitt will Tiove up to the Class AA footoall bracket next year. Superintendent Frank Bean d '.^'uesday morning the en- •"HfrV' at the sc^°°l pushed the Brahmas up. kr"hey have been assigned to District 13-AA and will com- pete against Atlanta, Clarks- ville, DeKalb, Hooks and/ New Boston. I classification is deter- riliH-d by the high school en- rollment for two years pre- ceding the assignment. The enrollment for the past two years has averaged 202.66. Schools with an average of over 200 for two years in a row must be assigned to a Class AA conference. The Brahmas competed in Class AA for several years but were dropped to the lower District 15-A bracket three years ago. The Brahmas, in the middle of a successful year, probably could have done equally well this season in the higher bracket. They won over twj> r *"' t. j-V i. . * i * ' iC'ltuVtV The Naple d 72 Years Old - and New Every Wsek VOLUME 72 NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1957 2 Omaha Hous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 October 1957

pi j ' . I 3,'vk • The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1957 VIEWPOINTS Heroes? No, Sir! MARIETTA A Mt. Pleasant man who walked out on the wildcat strike at Lone Star Steel Plant Sept. 21 took exception to an editorial writ- ten by Longview Publisher Carl Estes in which he made reference to the acts of some of the strikers. Here's what he wrote: "First let me put you straight on one thing: fighting men don't whine, or perhaps you wouldn't know. These men whom you call "plow-jockeys" are the same kind of men who came out of bed to answer Paul Revere's call and to take up their muskets. They are the same onws that stormed the beaches at Normandy, the ones who held Guadacanal, and the ones who made the long road back from Bataan. They are all the same men with the same thought — We think we are right." We have never been of the opinion that the group of workers involved in the strike have more than the ordinary number of bad apples in it. Neither are we ready to accept the premise tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 October 1957

a isl 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 the hrahma corral P rS CAMPUS CHATTER m. PEWITT TV GUIDE Mystery Playhouse - chem- istry lab. Ed Sullivan show - speech. Foreign Intrigue - Spanish. This Is Your Life - Ameri- can history. Science Fiction Theatre - physics. Name That Tune - Brahma band. Pigskin Preview - football practice. The Line-Up - lunch time. Beat the Clock - Typin speed tests. Life of Riley - 6th perioc study hall. The Big Surprise - Mr. Lof- fer's tests. Brighter Day - Friday. It Could Be You - Pictures. The Honeymooners - Shirley (Green) and Lloyd Freeman. Climax - report card day. The Big Payoff - high school diplomas. gjajte FILM SHOWN AT ASSEMBLY MEETING A film, "Crossroads", was shown to the students at last ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 October 1957

" ■■■ " ' '■ ' ' IF „ i-v KV . '5. F 1 1 PVI The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1957 ■ V 1, j . { w 1 ri : V;-"- . V , as? - v- '? 1'*" 1 ifjj pMlililL .-"v. < >?&Rlppsippp!WSfv^p:^ ! ' f~-millJ\. i it. .—4 . • ' • ; MSB-*-' ■< 9 ES I -f'-.i-f r- ?: ■ :;■; men sion| Mt. for tionl ' & • -Vf jpr/>- Here aie FACTS, not fiction, about the work stoppag TAR Ever since a walkout began at Lone Star Steel Company o „ the night of Sept. 21, tl.e <*ir nas been filled with rumors. IVIost of these rumors have been started by the wildcat leaders in a desperate effort to bolster the mo- rale of those they so foolishly led or forced out of the plant. Two weeks ago, we printed a number of questions which we THOUGHT would clarify some of the reports being spread throughout the plant area. However, we find that some of the same rumors are still going around and again these questions and answers are printed in the hope that they will enable you to distinguish actual facts from...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 October 1957

|fp. jm ■ WOMEN TO ATTEND AUXILIARY MEETING Legionaires and Auxiliary members of the First Congres- sional District will meet at Mt. Pleasant Sunday, Oct. 27, for their annual fall conven- tion I |>\ast four local women attend the meeting. TliSKve Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, Mrb. Ed Alexander, Mrs. O. M. Eakin and Miss Ruth Pat- terson. The convention will open at 9 a.m. with registration and a coffee hour. CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS LAY-AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS for the finest in watches... I Set $55 up B. J. WILSON JEWELER Guaranteed Watch Repair WMU BIBLE STUDY LED BY THE REV. HILL The Rev. Morris Hill led a Bible study at the weekly WMU meeting Monday at the Baptist Church. The meeting was opened with the group singing "High- er Ground". Mrs. Lunday Ragland led the prayer. Mrs. Homer Cole, president, was in charge of the meeting. CARD OF THANKS We are truly grateful to the good friends who did so much for us during our recent sor- row. May we take this means of saying thank you for the many c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 October 1957

3 1 : i' ■ ;; i w The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1957 mm ■; u .v| 4 i c' * II A Message to the The Union Men at Lone r • rfpt . '■v.. — ; F Pt;': G I I I& Our life-long neighbors and friends in East Texas are asked to analyze the present situation at Lone Star Steel by refreshing their memories: Remember just a year ago, in 1956? At that time, Lone Star officials bellowed over radio and television and in newspapers in their hysterical attack on us and our families. And Carl Estes yelped and barked at our heels. And now, in 1957, it's the same old song, all over again. There is a slight change in the Lone Star approach, however, and it is this: The company told the public in 1956 that the union was bad but its members were good, while in 1957 the story is that the union is good but its members are bad. • - ' " V The union, of course, is us _ _ its members. We, the 2,600 striking members of Local 4134 of the United Steelworkers of America, want you to know the real reason f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 October 1957

Nv' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1957 SIMMS Pirates Lose Game to Talco Friday § f By Miss Sarah Gauntt The James Bowie Pirates are not happy after the loss of another football gam?. The Pirates played the Talco Tro- Jnd lost by a score of 13. 'is week, the Pirates have an open date and do not play again until Nov. 1, when they play Bogata at James Bowie. The Pirates hope for a win. Everyone come and support the Pirates. Game time is 8 p.m. The students of James Bow- ie were shown a demonstra- tion on "Fire Prevention". The program was given by the Red River Arsenal. Every- one enjoyed the program and thought it was very helpful. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and girls visited Sunday eve- ning in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bell and family of Naples. Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Gauntt are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. James Gauntt visited friends and relatives Sunday in DeKalb. Mrs. Lasater, one of James Bowie high school's teachers, was at home in bed sick for two days this past week. We are h...

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