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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 November 1957

'0 3 The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1957 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mrs. M. B. Hampton, Mrs. Larry Anderson and Mrs. T. M. McNatt were Dallas visi- tors Tuesday. — CHRISTMAS — Suggestions In UNDERWEAR For Christmas NYLON PANTS Lace Trim Assorted Colors and Sizes $1.00 Pair NYLON SLIP Pleated Flounce Lace Trim Color - Peach $2.98 NYLON PETTICOAT Red - Black Pleated Flounce Lace Shirring- $3.98 We extend to you our sincerest thanks ... for the friendship, help and consideration you have given us the past years. May you enjoy the most healthful and joy- ous Thanksgiving you ever had. S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away The Rev. and Mrs. Henry Mills and son and daughter of Waycross, Ga., were dinner guests last Friday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orb Gibbs. Mrs. Frank Dawson spent last week at Dallas to be with her husband, who is a patient in the veteran's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Falls of Ft. Worth visited over the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Falls, and ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 December 1957

House Burns . . . family needs help You can play Santa Claus . ight now simply by clean- ing out your closets. < A Negro family of 19 per- sons at Omaha lost their house and all of their be- longings in a fire recently. They can use anything. Clothes for all ages, bed clothes, odds and ends of furniture, anything. Mrs. Lon Thigpen, local Red Cross service repre- sentative, issued an appeal for help for the family. She said anyone with anything to donate needs only to call her. She will pick up the items and get them to the family. Santa Claus Will Be Here Next Thursday The annual Christmas pa- rade will bef held in Naples at 3 p.m. next Thursday, Dec. 12. The parade will include two high school bands playing Christmas music and Santa Claus with a bag of gifts for all of the children who show up to meet him. The Pewitt Brahma band and the James Bowie Pirate band will be here to lead the parade. The Brahma drum major- ettes will be dressed in special Christmas outfits and plan a sp...

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

<: , . • , ,1-^v The Naples MONITOR PAGE 2 THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 1957 CORNETT DOCTOR Of= PSYCHimvj r-1 VIEWPOINTS Invest In Napl es Funeral Service Held for W. IS. Golden Christmas shopping in your home town is one of the very best investments you can make. The money you spend with your local merchants will be returned to you many times during the year in a better town. The local businessman pays local taxes and his money helps provide protection, to build streets, provides fire protection, lights for the streets and helps to keep Naples clean. The local businessman is called on regu- larly to contribute to some worthy cause. He gives to the Red Cross, the Polio fund, the local churches, the PTA, the many funds the schools must have to operate efficiently, and helps any unfortunate neighbor who may be in need. For every dollar you spend with your local merchant, a big part will find its way back to you — either in cash or in the many services the local businessman helps to pay for. H...

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

□ In In le |e I lie bt. Iht Sfts -k *G'V news/w. yo'fflF County - m Extension Ag %xia-i. -f). gjict^i. (?oIUge £xtenlio/t. ^etvux By R. J. Dean Beef producers in Texas and the nation have seen consum- er demand for their products steadily increase for the past several years. Beef consump- tion on a per capita basis in the United States reached a peak of 83.5 pounds in 1956. The beef consumption is expected to be only slightly smaller in 1957 with the de- crease due to reduced beef slaughterings. The 1957 per capita consumption, however, will still be well anove aver- age figures. The rise in beef consumption is credned to a number of factors but the chief among them is the fav- orable beef prices the past few years. * A soil test is the first step in getting your garden or lawn off to a good start next spring. Fertility of the right kind and amount is necessary to keep lawns growing good and to keep gardens producing plenty of good vegetables. This can be determined in a laboratory ...

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

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 5. 1957 PAGE 4 PERSONAL Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brun- with Mr and Mrs. Jim Elledge ette returned home last Fri- and Suzanne were Mr. and day after spending several Mrs. Riley Haldeman and chil- weeks visiting at Irving with dren, Ann, Charles Robert, their children, Mr. and Mrs. James Nealy and Harriet, Mr. Billy Brunette and Barry, and and Mrs. Jack Daines and Mr. and Mrs. James Malone, daughter, Jeanie, and Mrs. F. G. Parker, all of Texarkana, and Miss Edna Jackson of Memphis, Tenn. Karen and Terri Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Worn- mack, Vicki and Sue, of La- fitte, La., spent last week vis- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Alexander iling here with his parents, spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Barlow Wom- their son, James Ed Alexand- mack, and with her parents, er, at Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blanken- Mrs. Walter Anthony, Sue ship' „ and Dinah, and Mrs. Jim El- Miss Dorothy Wommack of ledge and Suzanne were visi...

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

mm wmm- fv- wr *>£ p'W. lMHk lit BRYANS MILL MEg The Naples MONITOR i 1 im ' 1 THURSDAY, DEC. S, 1957 PAGE 5 James H. Brock Home from Germany Brahmas Lose; Play New Boston Next By Mrs. Steve Brock Our attendance has be&n falling off due to bad weather nd sickness but we hope to Vive a better attendance Sun- >y- Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey Brock and small son arrived here from Frankfurt, Germa- ny last week to visit his sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell and family. Harvey has been stationed in Germany for the past four years and is with the 5th Armored Division. He will leave within the next few days for Fort Knox, Ky., where he will be stationed. Mrs. Brock was born and rais- ed in Frankfurt but likes this country very much. Mr. and Mrs. Bun Hall were visitors in the Edd Dale home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Spruce and Mr. and Mrs. Mancel Kel- ly were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brit Baskin. „ Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Har- rison had their children home for the week en...

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

w "V ' ' -^-v: "'■ ■- The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 5. 1V57 PAGE 6 News From Your COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENT nmi Agricultural Extension Service-Texos A.&M. College System By Miss Colleen Lewis The Home Demonstration Clubs of Morris county are having a Christmas social on their regular meeting dates this month. You are invited to the one in your community. ♦ * Homemade fruit cakes, can- dies, cookies and other food items make Christmas gifts with a "built-in" personal touch that's always welcome- ed Start now to check your Christmas list and make plans to include some gifts from your kitchen. Here are some suggestions: —One-pound fruit cakes and larger decorated cakes with candied fruits and nuts and wrapped in cellophane. —A box of home made pre- serves, jams or jellies put in uniform jars and wrapped in holiday attire. —Special yeast breads - tea rings, Jule Kaza and loaves of bread, attractively wrapped. —Cookies or candy packed in decorative tins or gaily wrapped box...

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

i L ■ *' ■ f-m i THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 1957 DOUGLASSVILLE 'Iff • The Naples MONITOR La.ge Crowd St Community Social brahma corral CAMPUS CHATTER Garnet has a new football jacket. Could it be Bobby Pol- son's and how did you rate this? Nita Beth was surely happy for some reason this morning. Could it be that Max was at home this week end? Sharon went to Beaumont and Billy Joe just stayed in Naples. Betty Roberts has a new 1958 Ford to ride in. How about this, Roberts? Patricia and Gloria were seen with two boys from Mt. Pleasant. Tell us about them, girls. Carol Higgins was seen with Jerry Trumble over the holi- days. Who was the ex-student Jeanne Ruth was talking to Saturday? Could it have been Jimmy Lee? Looks like James Hargett and Nancy Hawkins have call- ed it quits. Wonder what caus- ed this? Sandra Moore was seen Saturday with Joe Temple of Mt. Pleasant. This is a new one, isn't it, Sandra? Dcete didn't gat to go with a certain James Harris Thurs- day night. Hear he was pretty dis...

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

V The Naples MONITOR ^THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 1957 PAGE 8 PERSONAL V Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orb Gibbs Thanks- giving were Mrs. Gibbs' moth- er, Mrs. Crumpter of Como, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Querrls of Sulphur Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Gibbs and family, and Bro. and Mrs. Bill Harty and Ray of Naples. For Christmas Bouffant Petticoirts Nylon Marquisettes Nylon Sheers Nylon Parchment Ass't Colors Sizes 4-16 $2.98 $3.98 CALLIPSO 3 in 1 Rainbow Colors Sizes 4-16 $3.98 $4.98 Come In And Check Our Prices For Items On Your Christmas List S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Guests during the Thanks- giving holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Wommack were Mrs. Merle Kroll of Shreve- port. Mrs. Leah Stanley, Mrs. James Grubbs and Mrs. Katie Stewart of McLeod, Mrs. Oui- da Baskin of ^nnis, Mrs. Mar- shall Wommack and Dale, and Miss Jo Ann Robison of Ar- lington, Mrs Leotis Robison, Janice a.ud Lcn of Marietta, and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Rob- inson of Dalton. Their sons, Wiley and Charle...

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

Wis Steel Plant Sets New Production Records i •> ^,iii ni,Dh th„ nrrvrtnnfinn onH fint.nin^ sDrfte hv Dostinc a new dailv "Flossie Relle" Ijfinp Star's the €3 People November was an outstand- ing month in the production - yS ory of Lone Star Steel as yj ■■'department, after another Sported record runs. Works Manager J. M. Bra- shear snid the ore division, both electric weld pipe mills and the finishing departments had set all-time producLVon records. In the closing hours of the month, it appeared cer- tain that the blast furnace was well on its way to a new daily production record for a month's operation. The No. 2 electric weld pipe mill closed out the month by shattering both the 8-hour and the 24-hour records es- tablished only the previous week. Friday, the No. 2 mill push- ed production some 11 per cent higher than the earlier figure for hours which was set Nov. 23. That same day saw the old 24 hour fig- ure chalked up last Wednes- day, fall by virtually the samp percentage....

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

i '• P :S The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1957 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS Integration Experiment Fails People in East Texas who have looked on with alarm while one social custom after an- other has been bombarded by political oppor- tunists of the North will find some relief in New York City's admittance that its own plan for forced integration did not work. The plan there was to transport pupils by bus from segregated schools to more distant integrated schools so that all schools in the city would be integrated. The reason given for abandoning t.he plan is significant: that the "mass bussing of chil- dren would do violence to the concept of the neighborhood school, would destroy the many benefits which accrue from it, and would with good reason be opposed by the community." In other words, their plan DID effect in- tegration but. DID NOT gain maximum bene- fits in the school's primary purpose — that of educating children. New York City has decided that there are SAOE OF SULPHUR BOTTOM...

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

TT- vsaGSKTf"' r; —- The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1957 PAGE 3 Id le Is ry h- Int Int ns- P" les Py- Im- |ion be feel- Jt he first ly's J/en- land |heir in- tents land llesh. [East pords rd". r ~ V to New Diana jon, Carrol, of Dallas, vis- the Moss family Wednes- - .J dl XX ^nd again Sunday i'he scripture reading 1 from Revelations 3:19. a he sermon title for Sunday morning was "A Challenge". We regret to report that Bro. Knight is leaving our church. He has accepted a pastorate at New Diana. The new location is a promotion for him and we wish him the best in his new work. The Board of Stewards met at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon with the district Superintend- ent, the Rev. Thomas Price, in Hughes Springs, and we hope to report the new pastor assigned for this church. Mrs. Rhoda McCoy, mother of Mrs. Grady Betts, spent last week until Thursday with her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Weather- bee and sons visited Mrs. Bera Grant last Wednesday. The Weathersbees are fro...

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

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. WSCS Holds Christmas Party The WSCS met Monday at the home of Mrs. Lon Thigpen ior its annual Christmas din- ner and party. Beautiful decorations of red, green and silver were used in the reception rooms. The mantle held an arrangement or magnolia leaves flanked by red burning tapers. A Christ- mas tree of magnolia branch- es was banked with gifts that Garden Club Will Have Party The Naples Garden Club will hold its annual Christmas party Wednesday afternoon of next week. The party will-be held at the home of Mrs. W. W. Mc- Natt starting at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. O. M. Eakin will be co-hostess and N. G. Watts will be co-host. 4 I i IS for a lasting rememberance Identification Bracelets $6.95 to $10.95 i WATCHES _ _ $34.50 to $71.50 ALSO A SELECTION OF COSTUME JEV/ELRY B. J. WILSON JEWELER Guaranteed Watch Repair i<, I I fc Never Before PRICED SO LOW G-E FILTER-FLO ONLY G-E GIVES YOU LINT-FREE FILTER-FLO WASHING Cleans and Re-deans Wash ...

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

h M r Mary Smith Hostess to Club The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1957 PACIE 5 BRYANS MILL s. Mary Smith of Naples s hostess to the Dalton ■Yiendship Club at her home Thursday, Dec. 5, for an all- day meeting. The group finished Mrs. ith's quilt. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon to 15 per- sons. Mrs. Vance May of Hughes Springs was a visitor at the meeting. A business meeting was held and plans were made for the club's Christmas party to be held at 1:30 p.m., Dec. 19 at the home of Mrs, Seeb Tuck. > Boost Naoles WMU Observes Week of Prayer STOP! SHOP! SAVE! SPECIALS FOR FRI., DEC. 13, and SAT., DEC. 14 CATSUP, Del Monte 15c CORN, Del Monte 15c RICE, Comet, 12 oz 14c MACKERAL, Seaview 15c COFFEE, Folgers, 1 lb 90c FOLGER'S JMTAVT COFFEE 6 oz 96c STOCK SALT, lOO lbs $1.25 FINE SAL,T 25 lbs 50c LARGE EXTRA FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES, 1 lb lOc LARGE EXTRA FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES, box _ _ $4.00 KHAKI PANTS, Pool's Heavy $3.00 KHAKI SHIRTS, Pool's Hvy S2.75 We Will Have Firew...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1957 PAGE 6 MARIETTA Choose Toys According To Ages Miss Brewer Honored at Shower 3y Mitt Colleen Lewis Wheii you start shopping p'for toys, don't forget the age of the child you're shopping for. It's easy to buy that elec- ^ trie train you never had or the bride doll that, you yearned for years ago for a child that's not old enough to enjoy such a gift. Every child should have toys which satisfy his interest in physical play, such as push SIMMS and pull or wheel toys. He needs toys for constructive- creative pit*/ provided by drawing, painting or building equipment. Dolls, t.rains and household equipment will stimulate his imagination and help him imi- tate and dramatize activities he sees around him. All chil- dren over two years old also needs some toys or games which encourage sharing of Students to Observe "Career Day" By Miss Sarah Gauntt The attendance at Simms Baptist Church was about the same. There had been little increase due to illnes...

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

the brahma corral — Favorites Named Drum Majorettes Compete in By High School Twirling Contest at Pittsburg For Round-Up it The favorites whose pictures will appear in the 1957-58 Itound-Up were elected last week by popular vote. Candidates were nominated by secret ballot and a run-off was held for the top four in each division. The winners were: School Favorites - Nancy Hawkins and Buddy Boozer. Freshman Favorites - Kay Davis and Tommy Young. Sophomore Favorites - Sue Anthony and Bobby Ray Da- vis. Junior Favorites - Dianne Witt and Mike Dale. . Senior Favorites - Nancy Hawkins and Charles John- son. Most Beautiful and Most Handsome - Sharon Rogers and Jimmy Brown. Best Personality - Barbara Ellis and Billy Gene McCoy. Most Talented - Nancy Hawkins and Joe Lane Davis. Best All-Around - Barbara Ellis and Austin Doolittle. The runners-up for School Favorite will also appear in the annual. They are Ray Johnson, Jackie Skelton and Jimmy Brown: and Patricia Hall, Barbara Ellis and Glen-...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 12, 1957 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Lee Davis were business visitors at Dal- las Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rolston and Robert were guests Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Henderson. Capp McNatt of Denton vis- ited with his brother and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mc- Natt, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Welch attended a Lemon family re- union at Avery recently. l* f-.'i mm ■ * i —E:..'' ;r«. 5*;-5S v ' ■ f fj &>- , 1 Kj| ; fc.VOUR FOOD BUDGET Jflef ftjrrter here/ Specials for Friday and Saturday OLEO, Kimbell's, lb 19c Fluffo Shortening, 3 lb can _ _ 79c BACON, Decker's Tall Korn, lb_49c Fresh Dressed Fryers, lb 33c PICNIC HAMS, lb 33c MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE, 6 oz jar .. $1.19 FRENCH'S BLACK PEPPER, 4 oz can 25c DEL MONTE CATSUP, 14 oz bottle 18c ALCOA ALUMINUM FOIL, 25 foot roll 27c ORANGES, 5 lib bag 29c PAPER SHELL PECANS, lb _ _ 39c ONIONS, lb 5c Gladioia Flour, 1© lb bag 89c KLEENEX, 400 size 25c GLADSOLA BISCUITS, can 10c TUNA, S...

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

~ I yuz&. - Naples Boy Training As ^rmy Pvt. Lloyd Heard of Naples is receiving paratroop combat training with the 20th Brigade's 618th Engineer Co. at Fort Bragg, N. C. He is tfoe son of Mr. and Mrs. Jot D. Heird of Naples. His wife, the former Miss May Jean DeVore, lives at Omaha. Heard, graduated from Pew- itt high school in 1957 and entered the army last August. He completed his basic army training at Ft. Carson, Colo. Trades Day Grand Prize Drawing Dec. 24 The semi-annual trades day drawing will be held Christ- mas Eve and a total of $500 in cash prizes will be given away. The drawing will be held at 4 p.m. The money will be given away in 15 cash prizes with the grand prize to be $100. IPraMV1'' fir?*,'-.■ / >' There will be two prizes of $50 each and 12 of $25 each. Tickets will be drawn until all of the prizes have been claimed. Each ticket will be destroyed after it is drawn but a person may win more l.han one of the prizes if more than one of his tickets is drawn. Th...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1957 VIEWPOINTS Don't Give Heartbreak It was during the early morning hours of last Dec. 31 that a new car ended up a mass of tangled steel against a tall pine tree at BasseU The four occupants of the car were killed in a holiday accident that should bring a sob- ering thought to all who must travel the high- ways during the upcoming Christmas-New Years holidays. The wreck itself is history and the boys who lost their lives are nothing more than statistics — except to those friends and rela- tives who loved them The father of one of the boys was in Na- ples last month, still seeking a cause for the wreck, searching for someone who may have been there when his son died. The wreck is not history to that father nor to the dozens and dozens of others who knew the boy. The heartbreak is as fresh as it was on that New Years Eve. The boys were driving in the early mora- — IB H I tell r ing hours when it is hardest to stay awake. They may have been driv...

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

M k . ... Naples, Texas CORNETT Naples, Texas Dear Santa: Dear Santa: Preach Sunday Please bring me a ballerina doll, a t.ea set, a cowgirl suit with gun and holster, a cow- girl hat, and that is all I can nk of at the present I have been a good girl most f the time Look for your cake and milk on the kitchen table. I love you, Sheri Jan Slider The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1957 By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was held at 10:15 a.m. There was a fair attendance. Some were ill and away from church. We wish for a speedy recovery of those sick and that we will have a good crowd out Sunday, Dec. 22. At t,his time, we will hear our district superintendent preach. He will fill the pulpit until he can supply us a pas- tor. Mrs. W. T. Walker was host- ess to hef Junior Sunday School class Friday for a par- ty. There were 20 children present. They played games, and exchanged gifts from the Christmas tree. Refreshments of cookies and chocolate were served to t.he class. Mr. and Mrs. D...

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