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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 November 1957

11 m w I big uypress m\mx Leaders Appreciation Night Nov. 21,1957 Mt. Pleasant Armory i 7:00 p.m. SCOUTERS, CUBBERS, PARENTS AND FRIENDS OF SCOUTING ARE INVITED TO ATTEND OUTSTANDING SPEAKER Dr. W. K. Kerr, Methodist Pastor, Tyler, Texas, and Civic Leader. You will not want to miss him. AWARDS AND SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS TO OUTSTANDING SCOUTERS DURING 1957. Tickets May Be Purchased At M.B.HAMPTON BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY *wm V ' ) Medical Group Holds Meeting \t Daingerfieid The Camp, Morris, Titus ounty Medical Auxiliary held s monthly meeting at the ill House cafe in Dainger- eld last Wednesday with irs. U. Lee Smith as hostess. Mrs. R. L. Johnson, presi- ent was in charge of the leeting. After a short business ses- ion, a program consisting of film and discussion on Rabies Can Be Controlled" 'as presented by Mrs. W. A. Ung. She stressed the import- nce of not destroying the nimal suspected of being abid but keeping it penned p until definite symptoms eveloped in order to avoid nneces...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 November 1957

r t 'VH Mrs. Hicks Is Hostess for HD Club Meeting Mrs. J. W. Jordan, food leader, demonstrated a master mix at the Naples Home Dem- onstration Club meeting Tues- day. • WpW met at the home of MryJ^fvin Hicks. Drop bis- cuits^mrf coffee were served to Mrs. Leslie Forsythe, Mrs. 'Lewis McMichael, Mrs. Paul Goodwin, Mrs. 0. I. Fink, Mrs. E. 0. Riner, Mrs. Carroll Hess, Mrs. Opal Davenport, Mrs. M. L. Fulgham, Mrs. Lee Narra- more, Mrs. Jordan and the hostess. Mrs. Goodwin and Mrs. Hicks were elected to give a serving demonstration at the January meeting. A Christmas party and busi- ness meeting will be held on Dec. 10 at the home of Mrs. Lee Narramore. HBKSS&A--- The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 14, 1957 PAGE 5 Photographer to Make Pictures Of Children Winston Lucas of Irving will be in Naples Friday for his annual children's photo con- test. \ He will be at the Thompson Furniture Store from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The photographs will be made free but parents may buy copies if th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 November 1957

- V.;' : . /'v. -••• ■ The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 14, 1957 PAGE 6 v- Mk MARILYN KRUSE JUDY MEADOWS . ... " , T • ' . ' > ' r/< ; CAROLYN McELWEE MARY JANE GARRETT SANDRA MAY JOYCE TAYLOR James Bowie Plans Homecoming MARTHA BARTHEL The James Bowie Pirates wilL observe their annual homecoming Friday night at the Pirates and Pewitt Brah- ma football game. The football queen, Miss Martha Barthel, will be pre- sented and crowned and the homecoming princesses will SIMMS be honored in a pre-game ceremony. The princesses are Judy Meadows of the twelfth grade, Marilyn Kruse of the tenth grade, Carolyn McElwee of the ninth grade, Mary Jane Garrett of the eighth grade, Sandra May of the seventh grade, and Joyce Taylor of the sixth grade. The seniors of the 1947-48 class will be special guests at the homecoming game. Caj-ds have been sent to each of them inviting them^to attend the game. METHODIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES DOUGLASSVILLE Joint Thanksgiving Service Planned Pirates to Observe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 November 1957

il Band Stages Longest HaJftime Show; Helps With Homecoming Ceremony Friday night was homecom- ing night and it was a gala affair, with the crowning of the football queen and the band sweetheart, a flashy nalftime show by the Brahma band and another victory for thfe gohmas. pre-game ceremonies stl.Sfr?' with the band enter- ing the field from the south goal playing "Men of Ohio" march. A column left brought the band to the home stands where the crowning of the sweethearts took place. The football queen, Nancy Hawkins, was escorted and presented with a banner and bouquet, and crowned by co- captains Ray Johnson and Donald Deaton. The band president and vice president, Rodney Richey and Reggie Talley, presented the band sweetheart, Robbie Hood, with her banner, bou- quet and crown. The pre-game ceremonies were narrated by Mr. Noble. The half-time show by the Brahma Band was a long one LAY-AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS for the finest in watches.. ' 14! I I Set $55 up B. J. WILSON _ JEWELER Guaran...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 November 1957

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 14, 1957 PAGE 8 PERSONAL , I If Mr. and Mrs. Leon Garrett and family visited over the ■week end at Prescott with relatives. Lounge Wear For the Little Miss 2 piece TV Sets Quilted Pants Printed Top Sizes 8-14 $12.95 - For Big Sister and Mom DUSTERS In or Out Doors Red Blue Sizes 10-20 $8.95 DUSTERS Corduroy Dyed to Match Lace" Pink Blue Sizes 8-18 $8.95 CHRISTMAS LAY-AWAY S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away ' Delwyn Harvey, who is em- ployed with the General Tele- phone Company at Port Lava- ca, spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Harvey and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hamp- ton were guests over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. George L. Anderson at Austin. They met their daughter, Mrs. Lar- ry Anderson and Mr. Ander- son, there and also visited their son, Dan, who is a stu- dent at the University of Tex- as. Guests over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Davis were Mr. and Mrs. Julian Al- ford of Shreveport, and Mrs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 November 1957

I , * I il I : I p I fti I n (I % I I Days Until Christmas The Naples MONITOR V. 72 Years Old - and New Every Week *"V.UME 72 ■ , I 1 ■ I v > < &'4: m - IS NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV 21, 1957 NUMBER 17 Leads fln improvements County 1st In Farm Contest Morris county won first place in the 1956-57 Grassland Farming Contest sponsored by the National Plant Food in- stitute, County Agent R. J. Dean was notified last week end. The award is made each year to the county which does the best job of pasture improve- \ment. The second place winner in the contest was Nacogdoches county and the third place win- ner was Frio county. Morris county farmers will receive a plaque at a luncheon meeting either Dec. 12 or Dec. 19 at Daingerfield. The luncheon will be spon- sored by the Kiwanis Club of Daingerfield and several lead- ing farmers and ranchers in the county will be invited. One of the farmers or ranch- ers will be chosen to receive the award on behalf of the others in the county. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 November 1957

mSHt&i*. W0>MM ' The Naples MONITOR PAGE 3 THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1957 SIMMS 0ive Where It Helps The Morris county United Fund campaign will start within a few days now and two things are important to people of the Naples area when they make their contributions. First, they should give generously, realiz- ing that the United Fund will include all char- ity organizations except the Cancer Crusade and the March of Dimes. Second, they should indicate the organi- zation to which they want their contribution to go. The reasons for giving generously are obvious. In the past, it has been the custom here for each charity organization to make its own solicitation. Therefore, it took a relative- ly small amount to satisfy the needs of the one organization. Certainly the amount given in the past to one organization will not be enough to cover the needs of all of the organizations included in the United Fund. Lump all of the individual gifts you have made in any year in the past together and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 November 1957

iSfe & The Naples MONITOR Lights Keep Egg Production High MARIETTA THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1957 PAGE 3 By R. J. Dean, County Agent Laying hens need 14 hours of light each day to lay at a high percentage of produc- tion. #er#ost poultrymen have in- led automatic light switch- which turn on the lights in poultry house early in the Signing. The light increases egg production by stimulating a gland which in turn secretes a hormone causing the ovaries to speed up production. Installation of a 60 watt light six feet above the floor for every 200 square feet of floor area is recommended. High production, long peri- od of lay, low death loss and good feed efficiency are im- portant to the present day egg producer. Neglect any of these and the profit will be lowered. The modern hen is bred to lay at a high rate, but good management; must be practiced to receive maxi- mum profits. Lewis Hicks of Naples and Curtis Connor of Daingerfield are two poultrymen in Morris county whose hens are pro- du...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 November 1957

y>- ■ ti' The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1957 PAGE 4 Mail Gifts Eariy, Postmaster Urges Predicting that the Christ- mas mail this year will set an all-time record, Postmaster Bill Watson urged local pat- rons to mail early. The post office department has started a "Mail Early for Christmas" campaign in order to try and avoid a last-minute rush and late delivery of par- cels and cards. Watson urged patrons to check their mailing lists to make sure that each address includes the full name, street and number, city, zone and state. The post office handled a m- TEXACO STATION Changes Management It is with regret that I inform you, my customers and friends, that I am forced to retire because of failing health. My happiest years have been spent serving you. I tnank each and every one of you who have supported and patronized me while in business, and shall feel ever grateful toward you for every kind- ness shown me and my family. Mr. Leslie Vaughn will be your ne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 November 1957

liitf&H ■ m the hor lins. Sorry has b(iy,. weeks ^and u . church (services. Mr. ;>nd Mrs. . of Louisiana visited tives iati this commu. week. \ It was nice to have \ jjpu Mrs. ftonald Stringer ^and baby in our church services Sunday. Bro. Rhyne and family had lunch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ruffus Robinson and William Simmons. Mrs. Riner Leads WSCS Program Mrs. E. A. Riner was the WSCS leader Monday for a program on "Christ on the Campus". Fifteen members were present. Mrs. Kenneth Rowe and Mrs. Dan Watson gave talks and Mrs. Fred Vissering read the scripture. A dialogue was given by Mrs. Will Driggers and Mrs. Riner. Mrs. Rowe and Mrs. Drig- gers served refreshments of sandwiches, nuts, Thanksgiv- ing candy, cup cakes and cof- fee from a table decorated with a Thanksgiving theme. has *or several ,r.a in Germany, ..--u'back home Saturday night. Darline May was absen from church services Sunda, because she had the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Durhar. of Dallas spent the week en wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 November 1957

The Naples MONITOR PAGE 6 THURSDAY, NOV., 21, 1957 L Th j Staff the brahma corral Carolyn Hanes Editor Mike Roberts Assoc. Bditor 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 CAMPUS CHATTER Looks like the Hargett boys are stuck on Nancys. James was seen with Nancy Hawkins Over the week end. " Gene Jacobs has an eye on Deete. They were seen to- gether at the ball game Fri- day night. Barbara Ellis was seen with Kerry Hicks Saturday night. What happened to Wayne? Sandra Cheatham was with Jimmy Fulgham Friday i .ght. Patsy Harrison was in a '58 Buick over the week end. Myra Beth and Leon have made up! How about that! Another quarrel mended. Nancy Hawkins and Jerry were in the show together •Sunday afternoon. Tommie Young was with "Jtobbie Hood over the week «nd. Here's something odd. Mike Dale stayed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 November 1957

DOUGLASSVILLE Church tc Observe 88th Anniversary / I serve 7> INee :M ■ By Mrs. B. W. Swint Thanksgiving services and the 88th anniversary of the Baptist Church will be ob- served Sunday, Nov. 24, at e Baptist Church here. The * st speaker will be Dr. W. impee of Waco. Dr. Wim- is assistant to the presi- dent and chaplain of Baylor University at Waco. The day will be one of in- spiration. Special music will be given by Mrs. W. G. Baker in the morning and Mrs. Ruy Temple of Linden. The Girls' Trio will bring several num- bers. A covered dish lunch will be served at the noon hour. The Rev. Knight and his congregation have been invited to this joint service. Jimmy Wommack attended the football game at A and M last week end. He accompa- nied Q. B. Wommack and Buddy Rogers of Naples. We are very sorry to report that Mrs. Annie Bast is still quite ill in a Texarkana home. Our other sick seem to be im- proving at the present. Mrs. Nell Eitel is visiting friends in Shreveport for sev- er...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 November 1957

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1957 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Archer and children of Houston spent the week end with their par- J. W. Spencer and his moth- er, Mrs. J. M. Spencer, were business visitors at Texarkana Monday. Alba BLENDTONE STOCKINGS High Fashion Shades Black Night Smoke Blue $1.50 Pair A Blendtone Stocking Shade for Every Fall Fashion Costume Beiges Taupes 1.15 to $1J5 Full Fashioned and Seamless Fully Proportioned CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Gift-Wrapped Boxes For Hose S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Ken and Karen Tuck of Longview were guests over the week end with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Tuck. Guests last Wednesday and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Wyninegar and family were Bob Corder and his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Corder, all of Boise, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Spear- man and family of Mt. Pleas- ant visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks, and other relatives. Mrs. J. T. Narramore of Nash spent the week end wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 November 1957

M ferS . * Three Make 2nd Team Four Brahmas On ll-Distrkt Team 1 J j District offensive second team. The coaches of teams in the district met Monday night to make their selections. Billy Joe Smith, 138 pound left end, Jackie Skelton, 138 pound quarterback, and Aus- tin Doolittle, 200 pound full- back, were named to the of- fensive first team. Donald Deaton, 151 pound tackle, was named to the de- fensive All-District first team. Picked for the offensive second team were Ray John- son, 138 pound right guard, Earnest Smith, 180 pound left tackle, and Jimmy Brown, 136 Joint Thanksgiving Service Members of the Methodist and Baptist Churches were to hold a joint Thanksgiving service Wednesday evening at the Methodist Church. The Rev. Morris Hill, pastor of the Baptist Church, was to conduct the service. Special music was planned. The service was to start at 4-H BOY5 GET MONEY FOR FOkcSTRY PRIZE A check for $100 was re- ceived by the Morris county 4-H Club this week as its prize in the sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 November 1957

« mm 9K£ >®U< ■■• 1 I ■ JjE I "•§'': •• v; 'P t?'$ I-1-': Ffri ii m f' '- V'4 ; vm'i ■wife JMf (' ' ■ The Naples MONITOR Thursday, nov. 28, 1957 page 2 VIEWPOINTS El Count Your Blessings The nation pauses for one day this week to count its blessings and offer thanks for all that it has. It will be easier and more satisfying for those who will remember the first Thanks- giving and compare their own lot with that of the Pilgrim forefathers who first paused to count their blessings. These early Americans had been plagued by troubles in their new homeland. Winters were cold. Food was scarce. And the nights were filled with dread ior an enemy that none of them understood. Famine and death kept watch over them everywhere they went and death had taken a heavy toll of their loved ones. This was the situation in the year when the pioneers of our country decided to sit down to a feast of Thanksgiving. It would seem to us that they had precious little to be thankful, for. But the Pilgrim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 November 1957

CORNETT DOUGLASSVILLE Tl « MnnliMt Methodist Church Plans Social Friday By Mrs. B. W. Swint The rains are still hanging jnd our town this Sunday bng. Old man winter is ar- ming a little ahead of sched- Everyone Is Invited to at- tend the Methodist Church social at the school lunch room on Friday, Nov. 29. Din- ner will be served at 5:30 p.m. The proceeds will be used for church repairs. A bazaar will be held in the auditorium and games will be enjoyed by all who will attend. The Thanksgiving service at the Baptist Church this Sunday was a great inspira- tion to all who attended. Dr. W. J. Wimpee brought a won- derful message at the 11 a.m. service and Dr. W R. White brought the mesj.r^c in the afternoon. The noon iiour was enjoyed by all who were pres- ent. It was truly a Thanksgiv- nig feast. The congregational singing, solos and the trio from Atlanta, and the home girls were special treats. Our deer hunters returned from their South Texas hunt over the week end. We did not get the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 November 1957

a*. Uw«, Reduction on the price of all BULBS . . plant from now on . . . . in r,ots or outdoors . . The NAPLES FLOWER MART Phone 7-4101 E mm, Our new phone number is 7-3281 Christmas Linens Pepperell Colored Sheets In 4 pastel colors $2.79 TOWEL SETS $1.98 and $2.98 THERE ARE ONLY 22 MO^E SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS SHOP EARLY AT GARRETT'S AND AVOID THE RUSH We Gift-Wrap Free GARRETT'S INC. Who's New 2 PINK, 1 BLUE Carol Lain Winfrey, daugh- ir of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lee Vinfrey of Mt. Enterprise, orn Nov. 20 at the David ;ranberry Memorial Hospital nd weighed 1 pounds and 4 unces. Rebecca Jane Lindsey, the aughter of Mr. and Mrs. ieorge Lindsey of Dainger- ield, born Nov. 17 at the David Granberry Memorial Hospital and weighed 7 pounds End 10 ounces. Timothy Wayne Day, son of the Rev. and Mrs. James E. Day of Mt. Pleasant, born on N'ov. 15 at the Titus County Memorial Hospital and weigh- ed 6 pounds and l'/i ounces. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest [lanes, Route 3...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 November 1957

. m ONITOR PAGE Mrs. Bruebaker HD Club Hostess The November meeting of the Midway Home Demonstra- tion Club was held Thursday at the home of' Mrs. T. M. Bruebaker. Mrs. Richard Towler, vice prmjdent, was in charge of ^^eeting. club members made Fsis to have a Christmas JJarty at the next meeting on 'bee. 12, at the home of Mrs. Bruebaker. Mrs. R. J. Welch will be in charge of the deco- rations. Mrs. Danny Mills, food lead- er, demonstrated a quick and easy method to make biscuits at the meeting last week. Members present were Mrs. Herman Luttrell, Mrs. R. J. Welch, Mrs. Richard Towler, Mrs. Danny Mills, Mrs. Alex Corriere and the hostess, Mrs. Bruebaker. Pastor Conducts WSCS Program The Rev. Frank Richardson spoke on "The United Na- tions" at the WSCS meeting Monday afternoon. Sixteen members were present. Mrs. Lon Thigpen, presi- dent, was in charge of the business meeting. At the next meeting Mon- day, Dec. 2, Mrs. Lee Narra- more will be the speaker for the "Spiritual Life" progr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 November 1957

jj£2TTTTT*" ■tiiiw'WlW'W The Naplei THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1957 1 Legs & Harrison k Men's Wear Fine clothiers at 220 North Jefferson in Mt. Pleasant. This store is headquarters for stylish, up-to-date clothes for men and boys. They also carry a complete line of styles for business men or persons who prefer smart, conserva- tively styled garments. The best that can be had can be obtained here at reasonable prices. You will find every style to oe the latest at LEGG & HARRISON MEN'S WEAR in Mt. Pleasant. Here the stock is complete and sizes range in all varia- tions assuring perfect fit. Next to style and value, there is nothing of greater import- ance to the discriminating buyer than variety. Their stock of hats, ties, shirts, handkerchiefs, under- clothing, and pajamas is vari- ed to suit any man's taste. Here you will find just the right accessories to complete s most distinctive appearance. Men who are interested in stylish clothing will go to LEGG & HARRISON MEN'S "WEAR in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 November 1957

J# ■* "'?:; J^g , . - '■•k'~"'■<' "' '■*•' " y " ''v-'r? The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1957 PAGE 7 I | 1 I! the brahma corral lome Ec Club To Send Cards, Gifts to Hospital The third-period homemak- ing club met Friday, Nov. 22, and was called to order by the president, Vickie Tigert. The homemaking class is working on the state project of sending Christmas cards to Terrell. Also, they are work- ing on the area project of sending gifts to Terrell. If anyone would like to help, they should give their cards or gifts to Mrs. McCoy, the homemaking teacher. Homemakers Present Program The homemaking depart- ment presented the assembly this last week. The student body was led in two songs by Deete Witt. "The Twilighters" compos- ed of Deete and Dianne Witt, Jeanne Falls and Nancy Haw- kins, sang two numbers, and Sally Cash and Eddie Davis sang "With These Hands". A prose composition was read by Deete Witt. The assembly program was enjoyed by the entire student body. LAY-AWAY FOR ...

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