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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 October 1957

•\v ' ;."";'v. ^ , ,.*V The Napias MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1957 PERSONAL i i! 1 < B 1 Mrs. 0. M. Eakin, Mrs. W. W. McNatt, Mrs. W. H. Mor- gan, Mrs. H. T. Morris and Mrs. J. B. Osborn attended the Rose Festival at Tyler last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hampton Of Ft. Worth were here sever- ed! days this week on account of the illness of his brother, «J. R. Hampton, who is a pa- tient at the David Granberry Memorial Hospital here. • # • Mrs. Bun Hall and Mrs. T. M. McNatt were business vis- itors at Texarkana Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ashton Rob- erts of Shreveport were vis- itors over the week end with his mother and sister, Mrs. N. M. Roberts and Mrs. Pearl iPate. P?. - «?->• The World's iVIost • . * Fabulous Colognes —CHANEL NO. 5 —ARPEGE — MY SIN —SORTILEGE —CHANTILLY —SHALIMAR * —INTOXICATION —SHOCKING —TABU 2 Drams Plus Tax Wyninegar Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Betts of Daingerfield and Mrs. Mel- vin Hicks and Amanda Lou of Naples spent the week end at Shreveport with Mr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 October 1957

""■■■ W;- I Crucial Game It's Spook Time... . The goblins will get you Thursday night if you don't watch out. It's Halloween. The members of the Mary Martha Sunday School class at the Baptist Church spooked each other early at a tacky party last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Coker won the prize as tackiest couple, E. W. Rountree as tackiest man, and Mrs. Lee Roy Franklin as tackiest woman. How many of the women in the pictures do you recognize? They are, left to right, Mrs. C. M. Coker, Mrs. Jackie Coker, Mrs. Lee Roy Franklin. Mrs. Richard Towler and Mrs. Morris Hill. How well did you do? v-rrrr m ■■■■ Tangle Friday The District 15-A football championship should be decided Friday night when the top-running Pewitt Brahmas and Linden Tigers meet at Linden. 72 Years Old ■ and New Every Week ll IF I i / j 'V3£M|I M r • ■ VOLUME 72 NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1957 — NUMBER 14 I f - Both teams have three con- ference wins and no losses to their credit and their com- parative scores for t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 October 1957

i-Mmm* The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1957 PAGE VIEWPOINTS City Slicked By A Hotshot Zri'm CORNETT You know what? A bunch of our good old hard-working unsuspecting East Texas boys have been city slicked. A smooth talking hotshot from down around the big city of Houston has come up here in the piney woods country and talked a bunch of good, honest men right out of the best jobs they ever had or can ever hope to have. They've sold these old country boys on the idea that the Lone Star Steel Company is made up of a bunch of thieves and cutthroats and even their paychecks aren't worth the trouble to go after. These hotshots made their pitch on the brotherhood of union members and a bright promise that they could win a strike that the hotshots wouldn't even admit was a strike. Of course, they used a little coercion, dynamite, and the encouragement of a few loud-mouths who furnished an "Amen" corner as a chorus for their booster talks. The hotshots made it sound real good. The boys ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 October 1957

the brahma corral and Director, Several Members absent Because of Flu Outbreak pited ?hes | iOOl 3un- The past week was hard tie for the band due to ill- ness. Mr. Noble was absent dur- ing the last half of the weeK, and there were so many band students absent that the band marched with only five files instead of the usual six. In Mr.. Noble's absence. Drum Major Glenda England was in charge, and is to be commended for a fine job. The halftime show Friday night went over very well in spite of the cold that made valves arid keys sluggish and fingers stiff. The drill used Friday night is much the same one that will be used by the Brahma band at marching contest. In a brief description of the show, it included all the re- quired contest movements, which are halt while playing, step-off while playing, right and left flanks, right and left columns, counter marching, and halt-playing continue^ marching. ' In addition to these mili- tary band maneuvers, tfcn.e was a special part of the sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 October 1957

v7.:--£r: -pa. te r. i §&■ i • S Sj , "v" ■•■ Ps $ ■ xf. [ i J Miss Sondra Jo Hampton Becomes Bride of Port Arthur Man Saturday Miss Sondra Jo Hampton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hampton of Ft. Worth and granddaughter of J. M. Hamp- ton of Naples, was married to Sam Martin Durso at 4 p.m. Saturday in St. Patrick's Ca- thedral in Ft. Worth by Msgr. Vincent Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. bam Durso of Port Arthur are the parents of the bridegroom. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of starlight white peau de faille. The empire bodice was emphasized with a yoke of Chantilly lace sprinkled with pearls. The decolletage was formed of lice scallops as were the brief sleeves. The bride wore French kid gloves of opera length. The bouffant skirt was de- signed with back shirring which fell to an aisle wide court train. A crown sprinkled with pearls held the fingertip veil of Brussell lace, which the bride brought from Eu- rope. She also carried an heir- loom handkerchief „ of R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 October 1957

. V iiWf The Naples MONITOR BRYANS MILL Parsonage to be Built at Bryans Mill By Mrs. Steve Brock Our attendance is growing each Sunday in church, Sun- day School and Training Un- ion. Bro. Moody is bringing ie wonderful and inspiring pages, and we hope to see j attendance keep growing, building fund was started Sfonday nigh* for a new par- sonage, which will be built on the church ground. We're sorry to report Or- ville Waldon is back in the hospital and Mrs. Lura Stacks is confined to her home with flu. Our sympathy to these families. Mrs. Lea Stringer had as visitors over the week end her daughter and children, Mrs. Charles Chastain, Linda and Ricky, of Dallas. Bro. and Mrs. Jerold Mur- phy of Avinger visited Thurs- day night with Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Gardner. Mrs. Gard.- ner visited in Marshall Friday with her son and family. Tere- sa Gardner returned home with her for the week end but Mr. and Mrs. Gardner were called to Dawson to at- tend the funeral of her broth- er, Mr. Felix D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 October 1957

.* -- —* mwM The Naples MONITOR Thursday, oct. 31,1957 page 6 "rA\ ■I" To replace those employees of Lone Star Steel Company who were discharged because of their failure to report for work or give a satisfactory excuse after the beginning of the illegal strike on September 22,1957, the Company has been hiring those of its former employees who did not take an active part in the strike and a large number of completely new employees. , ' ' The Company is operating its four open hearth furnaces at a capacity substantially the same as prior to the strike. The rolling mills and electric weld pipe mill are utilizing ail the steel produced. None of the steel now being produced is being held in inventory, either in the form of ingots or skelp. On September 20, 1957, prior to the strike, there were 3486 employees in the bargaining unit represented by local 4134, United Steel Workers of America, AFL-CIO. This number included all people who were employees in the bargaining unit, including those...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 October 1957

red fad r- r- ig le ig as ;n as as ts to st u ie t- 1- d ;s :>1 l- The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 1957 PAGE 7 SIMMS MARIETTA ames Bowie Juniors Lose to Pewit! * By Mrs. R. L. Harris H&m It m . ■ ■ * Sarah Gauntt James Bowie Junior School football team ilayed the Paul Pewitt Junior ! High team Thursday night | at James Bowie. The visitors beat James Bowie, 13-0. Mr. McMurphey, band di- rector at James Bowie, was in bed with the flu part of the week but is back and doing better. We all wish him a speedy recovery. The James Bowie Pirates were idle Friday night and the boys went scouting. Some went to different football games to see what to expect in the future games. The Pirates will play Bo- gata Friday night on their . home field. Everyone come and support the Pirates. The game time will be 8 p.m. Friday afternoon, Junior High and High School got to see a game between the sen- iors and the undergraduates. The seniors won, 24-0. The seniors had most of the main team and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 October 1957

I i, ■i air lan • —■■■ .11,1,1 mi ■■ -If. 'V The Naples MONITOR Thursday, oct. 31, 1957 page 8 \ . \v PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sullivan attended church and visited tit Linden Sunday. for the Casual Girl Lorch te DAll At Just the dress for the ] casual girl. A LORCH j HOBBIES made of | wrinkle-resistant rayon and acetate gabardine to brighten up your Fall wardrobe. Trim pockets and a natty collar. Woven braid on the belt blends with wonderful Caribbean colors. COLORS: Boy Blue, Flamboyant Red. Sizes: 10-20. ONLY $14.95 ft S (Sk S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. Austin Doolittle spent several days last week visiting her son, Guy Holt, at Shreve- port, and Mr. Doolittle's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Doolittle at Livingston. The Rev. and Mrs. N. J. Mc- Natt of DeKalb were visitors last Thursday with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McNatt, Patsy and Sonny. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Welch spent the week end at Bryan with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Nevill, and at- t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 November 1957

Sisters in College Choir BARBARA TOMBERLAIN Miss Barbara Tomberlain and Miss Charlotte Tomber- lain, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Tomberlain of Na- ples, have been selected as members of the 1957-58 Mod- ern Choir at Texas Woman's University at Denton. Both Barbara and Charlotte are music majors at the Uni- versity. Charlotte is a sophomore and Barbara a senior. Included on the program for the choir during the year will be traditional Thanksgiv- ing assembly and programs at Terrell State Hospital, Terrell Rotary Club and Dallas-Oak Cliff Kiwanis Clubs. |||§|§|||f|g§lg|pfl3g^ Some Steelworkers May Get Calls to Work Monday CHARLOTTE TOMBERLAIN The first workers who re- applied for jobs at Lone Star Steel Company after the strike ended may be called to their jobs Monday. A company official said this week that 1980 former em- ployees had signified their de- sire to go back to work at the plant last Saturday and Sun- day. Company officials estimated about one out of every three who si...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 November 1957

wk" ' The Naples MONSTOR THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1957 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS CORNETT J The Return of Peace One of the most unpleasant periods in the history of this East Texas area is ending and with it should end the bitterness of neighbor against neighbor that was generated by the six-weeks long strike at Lone Star Steel. Just as in politics, in family affairs, in civic problems, and in business, there were differences in opinion. Each person and each side believed whole-Jieartedly that it was right. If it had not believed it so whole-heart- edly, the differences would not have become so intense. Those who now would continue to blame one side or the other should themselves be blameless. A businessman who would blame one or the other should first be sure that he has never risked credit on a bad account, that he has never made a mistake in buying merchan- dise, that all of his window displays have been flawless. The private citizen should be sure there has never been harsh words in his own fam...

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

Jap The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1957 PAGE 3 Ike Ihe CAMPUS CHATTER r- - ' -:■> f f the brahma corral Brahma Band Names Robbie Hood Sweetheart; Will Honor Her Friday The band was very disap- pointed about the forfeit to Linden, but are with the Brah- mas one hundred per cent from here on out. The halftime show at Lin- den was to have been the longest to date by the Brahma band, and the last one this year at which the Majorettes would have marched as such. The band is now preparing for the Interscholastic League marching contest, at which the bands are strictly milita- ry, and from now until Nov. 19, the date of the contest, the Brahmaettes will march in the band wearing military un- iforms. The Herd placed sec- ond to the Longview Lobo band at the competitive pa- rade at the GilmersYamboree Saturday. A large trophy, which will be displayed in the Brahma trophy case, was pre- WEEK END SPECIALS CASCO Heating Pads $6.95 Value for S4.46 $7.95 Value for $5.21 $8.95 Value for $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 November 1957

; m ■: The Woman s Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY NOV. 7, 1957 PAGE 4 COUNTY HOME News F'on, ,our DEMONSTRATION AGENT Agricultural Extension Service -Texos A.8M. CcUege System By Miss Colleen Lewis Home Demonstration Clubs in Morris cour.tv have set their meeting dates. The Naples club will meet from & 11 a.m. each second Tuesday of the month; the Jenkins club at 1:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday; the Daniel's Chapel club at 2 p.m. on the second Thursday: the Lone Star club from 9 to 11 a.m. on the second Friday; the Mt. Moriah club at 2 p.m. cn the third Tuesday; and the Midway club at 2 p.m. on the third Thursday. You are invited to attend and join the home demonstra- tion club in your community. All of the clubs have met twice and are doing well, but do need more members. We will soon organize the Morris county Home Demon- stration Council, which is a committee with representa- tives from each club. The ob- jectives of the Council are to develop leadership and to forward a...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1957 PAGE 5 DOUGLASSVILLE Mrs. Biishart Honored on Birthday movin ^JVlr. a By Mrs. B. W. Swint Last week and this will be moving days for our friends. Ir. and Mrs. Fleming Wad- and children of Anti mov- Uthe E. Swint home Mon- itor. and Mrs. Harry Allen Jr. and children moved to the Frost home on the Naples highway. Mrs. Alice Hender- son and Mrs. Melba Griffin moved this Monday to Naples. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCall and baby will move to the home vacated by Mrs. Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Echols will move to the home vacated by the McCalls. Our best wish- es to these friends in their new homes. J. E. Swint and Earl Par- rish are visiting in Mr. and Mrs. George Brooke's home in Carizo Springs this week end. They will return Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Swint, Mrs. Earl Parrish, and Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Swint attended the birth- day celebration for Mrs. T. K. Bushart from 3 until 5 p.m. Sunday in the home of Mrs. Carl Wilson. We were very glad to meet our frie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 November 1957

f:> ■ I J The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1957 PAGE 6 Hereford Association Plans Sale By R. J. Dean, County Agent The Northeast Texas Here- ford Association will hold its 1958 Spring Show and Sale on March 7 at the fairgrounds at Mt. Pleasant. Members of the association met last Tuesday at the First National Bank at Mt. Pleasant to make plans for the, show and sale. Approximately 60 head of registered Hereford cattle will be sold at this sale. Officers of the association are C. E. Gaddis of Mt. Pleas- ant, president; and Charles Black of Mt. Pleasant, secre- tary and treasurer. Members of the sales com- mittee to plan and assist in organizing the sale are Adron Justiss of Omaha, L. T. Camp of Daingerfield, Wade Bentley of Hughes Springs, and Wen- dell Smith of Naples. ♦ ♦ The Cass-Morris 4-Star Poll- ed Hereford sale will be held at the Bentley and Callaway farm at Hughes Springs Feb. 21, 1958. This sale will be of register- ed Polled Hereford cattle from the herds of Bentle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 November 1957

Noah Ellis Ends 36th Year With Light Company tne ^JSle *>' Noah Ellis, local manager of the Southwestern Gas and lectric company, passed an- her milestone last week. Ie completed his 36th year an employee of the com- pany. Ellis, who lacks about four more years before he can re- tire, began working for the company on Nov. 1, 1921. 1 SIMMS y v v ,; ' The Naples MONITOR m THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1957 PAGE 7 Fla Continues in Simms Community JUST RECEIVED MARIETTA WMU Members Sewing for Orphans By Mrs. R. L. Harris The members of the WMU met at the home of Mrs. Hen- ry Wommack last Tuesday to sew for the orphan's home. They were unable to complete the garments because of the electricity being off for sever- al hours, but the ladies took material to their homes to complete. A delicious noon meal was served to 15. Mrs. Fred Patterson and Mrs. Cecil Norris visited Sat- urday afternoon in the W. M. Coker home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Camp- bell and sons spent Saturday in Dallas. Week end guests in ...

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

*, The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 1957 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mrs. J. R. Watson and Mar- tha Ray visited relatives at Longview Sunday. SPECIAL Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. $3.98 BLOUSE Now $2.98 (Cotton 3/t Sleeve, Em- broidered Fly Front.) White $5.98 BLOUSE Now $3.98 Arnel % Sic a Assorted Colors Siies 30-38 $6.98 BLOUSE Now $4.98 (Made of Arnel — Wcnder Fabric) All White Iris Lace Trim —Blouson— These 3 styles are made by SUNNY SOUTH of Dallas Use Our Christmas Lay-Away S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Penning- ton of Gladewater spent Sun- day with her father, Lee Reid and Mrs. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Narra- raore and Sally visited Satur- day night with his mother, Mrs. J. T. Narramore, at Nash. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mills vis- ited his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burnett, at Mt. Pleasant Sunday. Mrs. Dean Walker spent last week at Natchitoches with her husband, who is attending College there. Mrs. Jim Elledge and Su- zanne were visitors at Texar- kana wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 November 1957

Chamber Will Sponsor Christmas Home Decoration Contest Naples will have a Christ- r mas tree on the square, its streets lighted, a special holi- f'fday observance and will en- £ VlcouEaw' >tesidents of the town V'kfy *re their homes this f. It m C plans were made for •• j&the Christmas season and the 514,730 Quota committees were appointed at the regular chamber of com- merce meeting Tuesday night at Bohannan's Cafe. A fireworks display may be inchi&cu in the observance but definite plans will not be made until the committee can check on arrangements. Three cash prizes will be given to the residents of best decorated homes in town. The first prize will be $25, second prize $15, and third prize $10. The special Christmas party which may include the fire- works display will be planned by a committee made up of M. B. Hampton, Clifford Wyn- inegar, W. C. Sullivan and E. W. Rountree. Joe Taylor Jr., Jack Coker, and J. H. McDaniel are to get a Christmas tree in place on the squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 November 1957

l ■ i K\ ■ If, The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 14, 1*57 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS Fewer Hunting Places More and more landowners in this area are posting "No Hunting" signs on their land and the city-dwelling sportsman has no one to blame for this lack of hospitality but himself. A handful of thoughtless hunters who act very much unlike the guests they are can as- sume the blame for the increasing frequence of these signs. Few landowners object to others hunting on their land but they are fed up with the lack of common courtesy on the part of a few who are thoughtless in their treatment of the prop- erty of others. People who would never consider flipping cigarette ashes on the carpets of his host's mmi/iu UNION CHAPEL Jimmy McCoy Returns to Hospital home will leave gates open in fields where he is hunting. A person who would not think of going into a neighbor's garden uninvited will help himself to a covey of birds on someone else's land without so much as a courteous inquiry to find out ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 November 1957

• „ «r* air :• '% ■■■■■■ MARIETTA *: By R. J. Dean, County Agent A total of 300 pounds of rat bait was distributed in Morris county during the recent county-wide rodent control '* Kennedy of the Ro- doTy^trol Service at Atlan- ta, (did a better rat and mice baib is now available and it has an ingredient which will keep out weevils. The bait has an anticoagu- ■ laut which is the killing fac- tor. This causes the rodents to bleed to death internally. For a rodent to be killed, it must eat the bait continually for from five to seven days. For effective control of rats and mice, the bait must be available year-around. The bait should be changed when it becomes rancid. This will occur more rapidly in hot weather due to the peanut oil that is in the mixture. A permanent rodent control program is available for Mor- ris county if enough interest is shown in it. Some adjoining counties now have a perman- f\T ent rodent control program. jt'A | The program is for controlling It' rodents in bus...

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