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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 December 1957

-mm /Jw « t The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY. DEC 19, 1957 the brahma corral FHA Sends Cards Two Pewitt Band Members Named To State Hospital To All Regional; One Makes All-State Th* Pewitt FHA chapter mot aiuddressed. stamped Christmas car&t to the pa- tent* at Terrell Stale Hospi- tal The patienU will «r d the cards to their friends and rel- atives The Pewitt FHA chapter al- so participated in giving gifts which will enable the 260*) patients to each receive a gift valued at not 1ess than $250. AG DEPARTMENT PRESENTS ASSEMBLY The as* nbty program for Wednesday. Dec. 11, was pre- sented by the agricultural de- part men* A film. "Man on the Land", was shown. It was the story of the history of man and his progress. Two students from Pewitt «*ere sekxted at the All-Re- gional and All-State try outs at Ml Vernon last Friday. Kath) Landruro was select- ed for the All-Regional Band and Joe Davis for the All- Regional and All-State Bands. In a group of 30 flutists from this region, Katby pl...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 December 1957

Best Wishes tor a Gay. Olil-FasliioiitMl Christmas! We wish for you all the happy hustle and bustle of a traditional Yuletide! L£kW Farm Supply Naples, Texas V' To our many friends our deep felt appreciation for your loyalty and friendship during the past year . . . v yish you a Very Happy Holiday! M. B. Hamptc i ■,) Builder's Suppl' persons in Texas during the 12-day Christmas-New Years holiday period was predicted by the Texas Department of Public Safety. Col. Homer Garrison Jr., di- rector of the department, an- nounced the prediction of all forms of violent deaths com- piled by N. K. Woerner, man- ager of Statictfcal Services. Naples, Texas Dear Santa: We have tried to be good boys and girls. We help daddy and mommy, so would you please bring us some clothes, nuts, candy, fruits and any kind of toy you think we would enjoy playing with. Your little friends, Larry Johnson Linda Johnson Louis Johnson Troy Johnson Johnny Johnson Roy D. Johnson Debra Johnson ' MERRY CHRISTMAS In app...

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

if, I I m. I ■ | I The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1957 ... mm ■ ? . Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lewis of Texarkana have announced the engagement and approach- ing marriage of their daugh- ter. Colleen, to Donald E. Hines, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hines of Bonham. The wedding will be an event of Jan. 11, 1958, at the Red Lick Methodist Church in Bowie county. The bride-elect is the coun- ty home demonstration agent for Morris county. She graduated from Hooks high school, Texarkana Col- lege and East Texas State Teachers College. She was a member of Eta Epsilon and Les Choisites So- cial club. Miss Lewis has made her H/Viiliing one. and alt a ujoztd of CITY CAFE 1 Q for a lasting remembrance Prices to Fit Your Budget We Have a Large Selection of RINGS In Stock. !dentification Bracelets *6.95 to SIO.95 rfy.;;; *- WATCHES $34.50 to S71.50 ALSO A SELECTION OF COSTUME JEWELRY B. J. WILSON JEWELER • Guaranteed Watch Repair Rural Carriers Hold Dinner Pa...

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

■MM ■ % Pewitt School Gets $10,386 In . Federal Aid News From Your I COUNTY HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENT tt lal of $10,38(,2!) in fed- Assistance has been ap- roVed for Pewitt school by the office of Education,N De- partment of Health and Edu- cation and Welfare. Of the total, $7,789 was certified for immediate pay- ment. The federal assistance for current expenditures is made to the Pewitt Consolidated In- dependent School District be- cause the district is in a fed- erally affected area. The assistance is th enta- tive entitlement for ti. fiscal year of 1958. Notification of the grant was received Tuesday from Congressman Wright Patman. .. Agricultural Extension Service-Texas A.5M College System By Miss Colleen Lewis Are you constantly after the youngsters in tjie family to keep "hands off" the fam- ily Christmas tree? That's asking a lot of small children who are fascinated by the bright, shiney orna- ments and have a very natural yearning to touch and "re- decorate" the tree in thei...

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

w The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1957 , ©O o 5f . To all our many wonderful friends! S£pS Shop — __ Farmers Get Plaque For Land Improvement > i II * ** 1 I SPECIAL Morton Sal! Stock Salt, 100 lbs 1.20 Trace Mineral Salt, SO lbs ?1.35 White block, 50 lbs 80c Sulphur Block, 50 lbs 90c Trace Mineral Slock, 50 lbs 1.40 Sal-Phos Mineral, 50 lbs "2.30 L£hW Farm Supply L Naples, Texas y A plaque for winning first place in the 1956-57 Grass- land Farming Contest has been received by County Agent R. J. Dean and was pre- sented to H. H. Boozer of Omaha on behalf of the coun- ty's farmers Thursday of last week. The presentation was made at noon at the Hill House Cafe at Daingerfield. The Ki- wanis Club there planned the meeting and paid for the din- ner. R. P. Lowery, W. C. Sulli- van and Homer Cole of Naples attended the dinner. Stanley M. Tackett, presi- dent of the Dixie Fertilizer Company of Shreveport pre- sented the plaque. Naples, Texas Dear Santa: Please bring me the Happy Fa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 December 1957

■ / V Naples, Texas Dear Santa: My name is Pam. I am sev- en years old. My daddy is away from ie and I am with my mom- id granny and brother Jier. -ant a doll and cooking dishes and a musical box. My brother wants a gun and a holster and a truck. My baby sister wants a set of dishes and a train. We will be glad to get any- thing else you might want to bring. We have a cat and dog Please bring me and Jan some toys. I want a Winchest- er and cowboy suit and Jan needs some dolls. We will leave you a sand- wich and some milk under our tree. Thank you, Greg Jordan '&PM.,, all! May all the joys of Ihh Holiday fr\\ Season be yours! w\ OSCAR'S Grocery and Market SOOOOOMOOaOOOC'OOOOOCHC-SOOOOCOC^ * *5^' mm The herald angels of the Yuletide bring to you our greetings for a blessed Christmas. 1f4 UVU$"/r HAMi4 LOYGE'S BEAUTY SHOP 300C"30pOOQOCOOOOCK«}C-SODOOO'3C for yoyf 95 NAPLES FLOWER MART «^rriocicia3s cawe3S33rae3i3S sc=a=Jt3i=stat=(S3«c=!s=0rfl=i£iKs I SSIJiXT SIGHT... May you and yo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 December 1957

:>a^SA>^a w— •JW - * 1 1 ■ > MM' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1957 Naples, Texas MARIETTA Dear Santa: ] thought I had better tell you about being ugly with my little playmate, Sheri Slider, but I promise you I will be ni'^ to her from now on. We fuss all the time but we love each other. J would love for you to bring me a machine, bride doll, pistols and scabbard and anything else that you want me to have. I haven't been too nice, so I'm not expecting much. Don't forget my little sister, Barbara. Sh° is too little to write you, but bring her a doll and blocks. I love you, Becky McDowell Housewarmings Honor Two Families By Mrs. R. L. Harris The W.M.U. meeting last week was a business and stewardship meeting. After the opening prayer and the business session, t.he steward- ship study was led by Mrs. Marshall Smith. Mrs. F. B. Stringer dismissed the group with prayer. Dinner guests in the J. T. Robinson home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stewart of Texarkana and Mr. a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 December 1957

ICOOOOOOC-3000SOO&K50000003000000C 1 ' ••• lDIIWSS . V ' . / - -vT" ,rr-v \>«* ^ •/ ^ Wishing our many *. friends a bright and chining Christmas season. LACY MILLS Men's Wear :-soooooccoooooooc^ School Committee Will Organize, Elect Officers ■30000 5o million times a day at home, at work or while at play There's nothing like a 2. FAST REFRESHMENT... a bit of quick energy for a wholesome little lift. 1. BRIGHT, RIGHT TASTE... tangy, bracing, ever-fresh. BOTTltD UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA COIA COMPANY BY Texarkana Coca Cola Bottling Co. TeVt" t. o rtgHttrtd trod. mork. © IMS. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY The Morris county Hale- Aiken committee, appointed to make a study of lftft public school system, will meet at Daingerfield next Thursday night. J. D. Parrish, temporary chairman of the committee, called the meeting of the 33- member group. The meeting will be held at the high school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Permanent officers will be elected and the meth- od of study will be deter- m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 December 1957

I I Ik : - > The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1957 PERSONAL Mrs. Rita Watson was a business visitor at Mt. Pleas- ant last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Spurger Avili spend the Christmas holi- days at Arkansas City, Kan., "with their daughter and fam- ily, the Rev. and Mrs. Hoyett Lemmon, and baby daughter, Rebecca Annette. R. G. Pyle Jr. of Shreve- port visited briefly with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Watson last Friday. ft.VOUR FOOD BUDGET ' goes further here! Specials for Fri., Sat., Mon., Tues. SUGAR, 10 Sbs 97c DRESSED HENS, lb 35c CURED HAMS (whole), lb 59c OLEO. Grayson's, lb 19c COFFEE, Admiration, lb pkg ._ 85c POST TOASTIES, 12 oz box . - 2Qc BACON, Decker's lowana Slab, lb 53c SALAD OIL, Mrs. Tucker's, gallon $1.79 AUNT JEMIMA FLOUR, 10 lb bag 89c STARLAC POWDERED MILK, makes 5 quarts 39c CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, Del Monte, No. 2 can 25c IMPERIAL Powdered Sugar, 2 lb boxes - 25c OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE, lb can _ 19c DEL MONTE PEACHES, No. 2Vi can 29c MILK, Eagle Brand, 15 oz ...

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

■k 1 f } / * Wv J8&1 ' L*#® ~ / ' / It <* ,6*- Jl The Naples MONITOR 72 Years Old - and New Every Week VOLUME 72 NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, DEC. 26, 1957 NUMBER 22 Jimmy Learns to Shuffle Playing cards is a popular form of recreation among the patients at Gonzales Warm Springs Rehabilitation Founda- tion. Here, Jimmy McCoy, the son of Mr. aad Mrs. Leo Mc- Coy, a car accident victim from Naples, is learning a new way to pick up his cards. Jimmy, who is severely paralyzed, has also learned to type with the aid of pencils and assistive supports. He has been returned home. Services Held Tuesday For Mrs, Murdock Mrs. Ella Murdock, 87 years old, died at the local hospital at 9 a.m. Monday. Mrs. Murdock made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Horace Holcomb, at Simms. She twas born in Marshall county, Tennessee on Sept. 30, ]870, and was married at Pet- ersburg, Tenn. in 1889 to R. A. Murdock. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Sand Hijl Baptist Church with the Rev. Fran...

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

1 M The Woman's Angle Naples MONITOR DAY, DEC. 26, 1957 mm \ I Miss Peggy Brewer, Haskell McMillon Exchange Wedding Vows Saturday Wedding rites for Miss Peg- gy Brewer and Haskell McMil- lon were read by the Rev. Odell Rhyne at 7 p.m. Satur- day, Dec. 21, at the Dalton Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter ci Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brewer "tof Naples and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McMillon of Linden. f The matron of honor was (. j Mrs. Roy W. Lutonsky of Ar- r\ Iington. Texas, sister of the ' Tbride. Miss Myra Beth Betts 1 was bridesmaid and Terri Washington was the fJovfer gir^. ■ -• - - ' Chester Boney of Linden acted as best man. Roy W. Lutonsky and Leon Anderson ^ wefe and also acted 'as caiMle lighters. Arnold El- lington was the ring bearer. Thq bride was given in mar- riage by her father. She wore a full" Igngth gown of than- tilly lace with long tapered slefc^-jfashioned with a low baJHJpificliRe^Qf lace em- ^nd appliqued sat.i.ii mousseline de soie. Th...

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

v- m&m The NapSes MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 26, 1957 BRYANS MILL Douglas Hays Hurt In Fall From Tree By Mrs. Steve Brock Attendance has been very £oocl at church and Sunday I. We will have our reg- 1-vice Wednesday night, 'ne is invited to come, vs. Monroe Gardner vis- ited with her son and family in Marshall last Thursday. Jimmie Gardner returned to her home with her and visited the rest of the week. On Saturday and Sunday of last week, the Monroe Gard- ners had as guests their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Gardner and Teresa of Marshall, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McComb of Avinger. Jim- mie returned t,o Marshall with his parents. Douglas Hays was seriously injured Thursday when he fell from a tree while squir- rel hunting near his home here. He has been carried to St. Michael's Hospital in Tex- arkana for treatment. Our sympathy to this family. Sherlyn Brock of Dalton community visited last, Friday night with Pat Lee and at- Perhaps a small adjust- ment is all that's needed to b...

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

A The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 26, 1957 f^ERSONAL Jack Hanipt.on of Dallas and 3Dan Hampton, a student at Texas University at Austin, arrived Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hampton. Ted Robison of St. Martin- ville, La., visited briefly Sat- urday night, with his parents, Sir. and Mrs. Morris Robison. Mr. and Mrs. Don King and children of Texas City will spend Christmas with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton. Mrs. Effie Parish of Wylie arrived last week to spend the Christmas holidays with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McNatt, Patsy and Sonny. Dr. and Mrs. H. W. McLeck- ie and Rill, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Falls will spend Christ- mas day with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Creed at Redwater. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ellis of Aransas Pass are spending t,he holidays with her mother, Mrs. Virene Weathersby, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gregory, Julie and Laurie, and Miss Martha Strickland of Dallas "will spend Christmas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 January 1958

r y (/ Naples, Umaha Show Gains In Population, Loss In Businesses ^county has grown the past seven ":,^th« growth has been mamh^in the south part of the county. Naples and Omaha have had increases in population but a drop in the number of businesses while Daingerfield has had a booming increase in both the population and the number of businesses. The annual report cf Dun and Bradstreet and the 1958- 59 edition of the Texas Al- manac gives the picture, com- paring the present status of the county with 1950. The number of businesses in Naples dropped from 54 in 1950 to 49 in 1957, a loss of 9.26 per cent, while the popu- lation increased from 1,346 in 1S50 to an estimated 1,650. Omaha had an even larger drop in t.he number of busi- nesses but also showed a gain in population. The business drop was from 4L in 1950 to 33 in 1957 but the population had climbed from 735 in 1950 to approxi- mately 1,250. The percentage of business drop was 19.52 during the seven years. Daingerfield, the sm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 January 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 2, "58 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS What's Wrong At School Russia's firing of a space satellite stirred up the age-old controversy of "what is wrong with our schools." The answer is: "probably nothing." And, if anything, nothing more serious t,han the democratic premise that all children should be taught the same things in exactly the same amounts, regardless of their abilities. The current thought is that schools teach too little science. Before Sputnik, the argu- ment was for a return to the three R's. Whether or not there is anything wrong with the public school system depends on the individual viewpoint. Tradesmen recommend a return to more practical Instruction in the trades, profession- al men to a curriculum that prepares more men for professions, etc. Fault-finding with our schools pretty well follows the pattern of the current outside in- terest. And the schools change according to the theory popular at the time. In the 1930's, the stress was on vocat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 January 1958

r TOM N. COPI For Cass County / j I f '/V ' I J ' f . ■ « J ) TO THE VOTERS OF CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Aftflj; giving the matter con:. ^Wble thought, I have deJideo^to) become a candi- date for lounty Judge of Cass County. In doing so, I realize that^ the office of County Judge is one of tjie most important offices in our County Gov- ernment. «The County Judge is the Probate Court, before whom wills of deceased per- sons are presented for Pro- bdle, and by whom the Guard- ians of minor children are ap- pointed. The Texas Legisla- ture has recently enacted a new series of Articles of the Statutes which we call the New Probate Code, which will need quite a bit of interpre- tation during the next few years. I have had 25 years experience in the practice of Law, which would be very helpful to people having Pro- bate business before the Court. I have also had four years experience in sitting with the Commissioners Court in an advisory capacity, while County Attorney, which will' also be of be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 January 1958

n The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 1953 PAGE 4 PERSONAL Visitors during the Christ- mas holidays with Mr.< and Mrs. VV. A. Page were his sis- ters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. James Beal of Gra- ham, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sabin and children of Mineral Wells. His mother, Mrs. Ber- tha Page of Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Page of Dal- las also visited with them. Mrs. Bertha Page accompani- ed Mr. and \Mrs. Sabin to Mineral Wells |or a visit. Mrs. W."S: Wocd ol' Dallas was a guest over the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Fleming and family. Miss Sharon Thomas, a stu- dent at Texas Women's Uni- versity at Denton, spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thomas. Holiday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Thigpen were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc- Ham, Bob, Jerry and Patti of Colorado Springs, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. James E. Saunders, Phil and Sue of McAllen, Mrs. W. M. Johnson of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Smyres and Kathy of Jiughes Springs. M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 January 1958

Itc id Id. bm |n- ])!•- pa- ke I or 30. Ind |es. St., 4 te- am un- nd. ast, ged eal nes ck- ys, nee .. J , PI 1 ^|1 / , JHUBSDAY. MN. 2, ,« Y, par Or GPod /nfenfions Hltiess Keeps Church Attendance Low Naples could total up; its activities during 1957 jand probably end up with* more goo jB^entjons than a:com- puigKu. TimU^ ;)le of the town and the area made plans during the year but lots of them ended up right where they started — with good inten- tions. The Business Women's Club had something to start, with. It was going to build a youth center, a job that it started a year before. It can look forward to the same job in 1958. Nothing has been done toward build- ing the center except, a finan- cial drive that raised about half of the necessary money., The men had similar re-; suits in a building project. Masons of Belden Lodge announced early in the year that they would build a new lodge hall. They didn't. Some- where in the year, the plans were changed or dropped. The lodge was not...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 January 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 1958 PAGE 6 INEZ NIX For County Clerk ( TO THE PEOPLE OF MORRIS COUNTY I herewith announce my candidacy for the office of BAPTIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES r.v. . <* 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. County Clerk of Morris Coun- ty subject to the Democratic Primary Elections. I am a resident of Dainger- field and have lived in Morris County practically all of my life. I am the widow of the late Homer Nix and the moth- er of nine children, five of whom are now enrolled in the Daingerfield Public Schools. I am a daughter of Bill Terry, who died in 1948; and am a member of the Baptist Church. • I am well qualified in every respect to perform all of the duties of this office with ef- ficiency. I hope and expect to see and talk to each of you per- sonally during my campaign, and I shall appreciate your vote and influence. Sincerely, INEZ NIX (Pd. Pol. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 January 1958

11 i r 4 / j AUDREY MAE II For /(£ . Jv 1 would like to take this op- portunity to announce citizens of Morris C<j Texas, that I am a cane ioi^Pjfcsoffice of County Clerk cfjv jjp| County, Texss, sub- jecTg^Jp .|> action of the Demo- cratic Primaries. First, I want to thanlt the citizens of Morris County for giving me the opportunity of serving you as County Clerk for the past five years, and in making this announcement for re-election 1 am asking that, any citizen in the county who has not had the occasion to have business in this office during my tenure of office to please make any investigation which they desire corjerning me or my ability to perform the duties of this office as I ieel that my record qualifies me to serve an<^ seek re-elec- tion. To introduce myself to those of you who do not know me, I was born and reared in the Rocky Branch Community of Morris County. I am the daughter of Joe Parris and the widow of the late James Edward Childress. I have one child, a ...

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