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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 January 1958

[} ' \ '• V: " • v" Y - v The Naples MONITOR YHUR5DAY, JAN. 2, 1958 PAGE 8 i PERSONAL Whitfield Hampton return- ed Sunday to the veteran's hospital at Shreveport after spending six days during the Christinas holidays at, the home of his mother, Mis. Janie Hampton, at Dalton. Mrs. J. H. Orossett of Mc- Crory, Ark., Mrs. Winnie D. Seaman and daughters, Har- riet and Winifred of Fort Worth were week end guests of Mrs. J. M. Stewart, and Miss Delise Stewart. > VOUR FOOD BUDGET goes further here! • SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY ■' A kI FRYERS, fresh, not frozen, i _ 33c GLADIOLI BISCUITS, can 10c WESSON OSL, quart jar 59c PRESVHUiVi CRACKERS, Ih box 25c KING'S BAR B Q, 19 oz can _ 59c SUGAR, 10 lb bag 97c COCONUTS, Large Fresh, each 10c WHOLE GREEN BEANS, Del Monte, lb can . 23c CREAM STYLE CORN, Del Monte, 17 oz can . . i... 15c SWEETHEART SOAP, 4 bars 25c KIM TOILET TISSUE, 4 roll pack 29c FLUFFO SHORTENING, 3 lb can 79c MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE, 6 oz jar $1.19 SUNSET <|RA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 January 1958

f ( I • VOLUME 72 - I mmrj > :*?3$ iSp • Naples MONITOR 72 Years Old - and New Every Week NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY. JAN. 9, 1958 NUMBER 24 Poll Tax Sales Slow; Three Mere File As Candidates Hunters Baa Bobcat Two hunters looking for quail found a bobcat instead while walking fields near Marietta last week end. Jamie Barron, shown above with the cat, was hunting with Ted Gibson when they spotted the animal crouched in the weeds. Bar- ron opened fire with his shotgun and killed the animal. Fourteen persons had paid their poll taxes at the Naples office by noon Wednesday and their choice of candidates increased. The office is at the Welch Butane Company here. R. J. Welch agreed to han- dle poll taxes in Naples as a public service to the people in the north part of the coun- ty. Formerly citizens had to go to Daingerfield to" pay their poll taxes. The number of announced candidates also increased dur- ing the week. Abe M. Mays Jr. of Atlanta came out. for a second term as state represe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 January 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1958 MT^ PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS v w?am Unity for Progress f\ CAtt OPERATE THCSC (office MACHINES BUT, vMOT R TYPEWRITER/ Naples has a fresh new start for 1958 and whether or not it accomplishes anything will depend to a large degree on its unity. The job of progressing is not one for a church, a businessman, a single civic club or any other individual group. Each person who enjoys the privileges his community offers .must also accept the re- sponsibilities it imposes. The one urgent need of Naples today is a unity of thought, action and a common objective. This need is pointed up now particularly before the chamber of commerce organizes for the next year. Its new officers can accom- plish very little without the cooperation of the individuals in the Naples area. The help of other organizations also is necessary to make 1958 a year of accomplishment. If a big majority of the individuals will look beyond their own ledgers, t.heir scapels, their furrows,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 January 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1958 PAGE 3 [ ! 1 ZJ!te %Vay ee 3t By E. B. GERMANY W*Z>0 CARLTON ROBISON For Morris County Judge SIMMS UNION BOSS ASKS LONE STAR TO TAKE PAY DEDUCTIONS FOR EX EMPLOYEE WELFARE FUND m L The Request December 30, 1957 Mr. E. B. Germany, President Lone Star Steel Corporation Mockingbird Lane Dallas, Texas Dear Sir, I have been instructed by vote of your employees who are members of our Union to write to you at this time. For the past two months we have been able, through do- nations from other st,eelwork- ers throughout Texas and the nation, to provide staple gro- ceries for 1200 to 1500 fam- ilies of our members who are without work, here in East Texas. Over $100,000 has been raised and spent in this ef- fort. How much longer we will be able to get these donations I do not know. Last, week I explained this problem in meetings of our Union members who are working in the Steel Mill. Many of them stated that they would like to donate to the assista...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 January 1958

The Woman's Angle ■ m * * The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY. JAN. 9, 1958 PAGE 4 Mr. and !Vlrs. Joe Fulcher Hosts for New Year's Eve Sridge, *42* Party Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fulcher were hosts to a New Year's eve bridge and '42' party last week at their home. Decorations were carried oyt in the New Year's motif. The dining table was cen- tered with an arrangement of bells and balloons were hung from the ceiling. Refreshments of sandwich- es, potato chips, cake and coffee were served to the 40 guests who attended. High score prizes for ''42' were won by Mrs. Bob Beard- en and Eugene Falls, and bridge high score prizes by Joe P. Taylor and Mrs. Bill CORNETT Henderson. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rountree, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Wyninegar, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Brian, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coker, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Huddleston, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bearden, Mr. and Mrs. Doug- la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 January 1958

t, d al s, e ill is, tc id es ne tp v - r <" < Pro Football Player Visits in Naples • The kind of football player that coaches probably dream about ^isited in Naples last week He?; £jO-pound ham-fisted Earl >4', /An, offensive center lor the Chicago Cardinal pro- fessional team. Putman visited in the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lasater. He was en route to his home at Tem- pe, Ariz., where he is working on his master's degree at Ari- zona State College. He is a towering 6 feet and 6 inches tall and 25 years old. Putman has been in profes- sional football but has been a 'hard-luck" player. In 1955, he was with the New York Giants but he broke his foot in the first game and was out the rest of the season. In 1956, he had an attack of appendicitis and an operation kept him out all season. He went to the Cardinals fot the 1957 season and play- ed as offensive center all year * but his bad luck apparently spread to the rest of the team. The Cardinals finished l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 January 1958

< The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1V58 r AUS i IN -— After signing a proclamation designating the month of January, 1958, as "March of Dimes Month" in Texas, Gov. Price iJaniel has some words of encouragement for tiny polio victim George Craig DeVilleneuve, Jr., 22-months-old, of Austin. Stricken at the age of 10 months, Craig will eventually make a 100 per cent recovery, «is doctors say. Cost of his treatment is paid by March of Dimes funds st j4j)j(ied by the Travis County Chapter of the National foundation for Infantile Paralysis. DOUGLASSVILLE Deputy Grand Matron Makes Visit By Mrs. B. W. Swint The New Year is only a few days old and it has brought so much tragedy to our friends and neighbors. We deeply sympathize with these neighbors in their troubles. Members of the Woman's * -Society of Christian Service -are meeting on t,his Monday *afternoon for the first time this year. They will begin the .study of Japan next week. All Jadies of the church are in- vited to attend ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 January 1958

the brohma corral CAMPUS CHATTER The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1958 PAGE 7 feHBfiBBtfr MARIETTA Two Pewitt Students Take Part In Regional Band Concert at Commerce Saturday, Jan. 4, was the date of the annual meeting and concert of the All-Re-i gional Band. The band was under the di- rection of one of America's foremost music educators and clinicians, Mr. Clarence Saw- hill, director of bands at UCLA. The meeting and con- cert was held in the new music building on the campus of East Texas State College, The first rehears-l was scheduled to start at 8 a.m. Saturday and students were supposed to arrive before 7:30 so Mr. Noble, Kathleen Lan- drum and Joe Davis left for Commerce at 5:30* Louise Whittington went along to hear the band. The band met as scheduled and rehearsed for a total of eight hours. The two students from Pewitt were Kathleen Landrum, who was sixth chair flute, and Joe Lane Davis, who was solo clarinet. Region 15 is only two years old. It was formed by divid- in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 January 1958

■ " /\ The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mrs. John Watson accom- panied her sister, Mrs. Macy Kirbo of Mt. Vernon, to Orange Monday to visit Mrs. Watson's son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pope and chil- dren. Mrs. B. W. Stevenson, Mrs. Walter Laney, Susan and Dix- ie, all of Camden, and Mrs. Ruby Irion of Sulphur Springs were guests over the week end with Mrs. J. M. Stewart and Miss Delise Stewart. .Y0UR FOOD BUDGET goes further here! SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY - ■ j LIBBY'S CORN BEEF, 12 oz can 39c DEL MONTE PEACHES, No. 2Vi can 29c MRS. TUCKERS SHORTENING, 3 lb carton 69c STARLAC POWDERED MILK (Makes 5 quarts) 39c FRENCH'S BLACK PEPPER, 4 oz can 25c HOMEFOLK SWEET POTATOES In Syrup, No. 2Vi can 19c SLICED PINEAPPLE, Del Monte, 9 oz can 15c POST TOASTIES, large size _ _ 20c FRANKS, all meat, ib pkg 43c HOOP CHEESE, Ib 45c GLADlOLA FLOUR, 10 lbs 89c COFFEE, Admiration, Ib pkg _ £5c ©LEO, Kimbell's, Ib 19c P3CNIC HAMS, Ib 35c SLAB BACON, Neuhoff's, Ib _...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 January 1958

m ' **> ' ' SI . • ff Missing Man Found After Intensiv C. B. Camp Monitoring i MAIN STREET Naples can make an honest man out of its editor if it wants to. Otherwise, he'll have , to plead guilty to telling an outright falsehood. It happened at. the chamber of commerce banquet Monday night. The editor's good friend, Jimmy Bass of Mt. Vernon, eased up to him and whisper- "* ed a question, "Did you ex- pect this kind of turnout to- night?" "Sure we did," he was told. "We always get good support for everything." So Jimmy went back home that night, not knowing any better. You see, he lives west of the school and did not go through Naples. Now, Naples can make its editor honest or leave him be. It can start right now to do- ing something worthwhile and at won't cost a fortune to do it. As soon as it gets its Christ- mas tree down, Naples can dress up its Main Street by re- placing all of our sagging awnings. And, as the medicine men used to say, it can be done at an amazingly low cost....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 January 1958

m I mm Passing in Review CONFESS • ■.* f/j "r>^ ytf-)'':.-- r*"'J",i' """ —'=• a-- /J 4* <* V^,--- I - f- SAGE OF SULPHUR BOTTOM A Sense of Urgency Is All Right But It Ought To Be Kept In Washington (Editor's note: The Sage of Sulphur Bottom on his John- son grass farm has found out about Congress being back in session, his letter this week indicates.) Dear editar: Now that Congress is back in session, news has been picking up. and one of the things that has interested me is the fact that for the first time in years everybody acts sort of glad that Congress has it-assembled. Up to now, when Congress met, it was sort of like a visit from your in-laws, most peo- ple stroked their chins and took a thoughtful, concerned look, wondering what it was going to cost. But with the scientific situation what it is, with the Russians pushing ahead, most people are de- lighted to see Congress in ses- sion and hoping they'll get cur defenses in shape. However, there is one as- pect that has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 January 1958

I,'*****: - a**.... w*> "'iSfT"* :ie X IP v. ■■["■' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1958 PAGE 3 Omaha Major Fred A. Coley yes in Korea *y Major Fred A. Coley, sori of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Coley of Omaha, is a member of the 1st Cavalry Division's Headquarters in Koreft. Major Coley, an assistant supply officer, arrived in the Far East in August, 1956! He entered the army in May, 1942. The major was graduated from Texas A and M College in 1942. His wife lives in Temple, Texas. County Has Six Accidents Morris county had six high- way accidents during Decem- ber, according t.o the monthly report of Capt. Glen Warner, commanding officer of the Texas highway patrol office at Tyler. There was one fatal acci- dent, one that caused personal injury to 'two persons and four that caused property damage. The damage totalled $3,225./ Captain Warner urged the motoring public to go all out this year to help cut down the traffic accidents in this area. TjOte MJag. 3 See 3t Hy K. 15. GERMANY ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 January 1958

The Naples MONITOR PAGE 4 THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1958 Pastor Gives WSCS Lesson OES Members Attend Meeting The Rev. Frank M. Richard- son gave the "Review of the New Methodist Discipline" at the WSCS meeting Monday afternoon at the Methodist Church. A question and answer ses- sion was held following the review. Nineteen members attended the meeting A tall white burning candle centered the arrangement on the worship table. Narcissus and japonica were used in the decorations. At Daingerfield Eight members of the Na- ples chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star attended the fraternal visit of the WGM at Daingerfield Monday night Those attending were Mrs. O. I. Fink, Mrs. Reuben Cole, Mrs. Wayne Leeves, Mrs. John Hummel, Mrs. Marvin Tom berlain, Mrs. John Wright, Mrs. Ellis Shirey and Mrs. Clifton Brock. M A tribute to your good Worth more than care: ever before! dcnger 'zone. Miss Colleen Lewis Becomes Bride Of Eonhant 5V2a<ra Saturday Wight Yet, it's a Dangerous because if your insuran...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 January 1958

" l nnr.. ~ - 10 lr ic ;r :c Local Women At OES School Seven women from the Na- - chapter attended the Or- the Eastern Star school kruction last Saturday at ries Springs. Those from Naples were Mrs. Clifton Brock, Mrs. Reu- ben Cole, Mrs. Wayne Leeves, Mrs. Lon Thigpen, Mrs. T. M. McNatt and Mrs. Lacy Mills. Mrs. Grace Patterson from Omaha also attended. Political Announcements Subject to the action of ihe First Democratic Primary on July 26, 1958. Justice of the Peace, Pet. 4 A. A. Hodges Rodney F. McLean Commissioner, Pets. 4 and 6 J. H. McDaniel Howard M. Hawkins County Clerk Audrey Mae Parris Childress Ine-z Nix County Judge Joe P. Taylor Jr. Carlton Robison State Representative Abe M. Mays. Jrj Cass County Commissioner, Pet. 2, Beat 2-3 Fred Zimmerman County Judge Tom N. Cope The Napies MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1958 PAGE 5 Gary Huddleston CORNETT HD Club Meets Honored at Party ||jew PaStOf Takes Over at Cornett Tuesday With On Sth Birthday Gary Moore Huddleston, the son of Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 January 1958

j.yyAt / The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1958 PAGE 6 POSEY TRAILER SALES Braiey's Texaco Service Station This firm is recognized by folks in this section as a real friend to all who trade wit,h them. Whenever you are in need of a mobile home, call on the POSEY TRAILER SALES located at Highway 67 West in Texarkana. Phone 325462. PHIFFER Community Center Serving this section with the finest in meats and gro- ceries, located in Texarkana at 2924 County Avenue. "Buy it at the PHIFFER COMMUNI- TY CENTER," is a fitting slo- gan for all people who wish to keep their food bill at the lowest possible cost. In this day and age the modern gro- cery store is more than just a grocery. It is a 20th Century service station with 1001 ar- ticles of every description t,hat can be had for the household. It makes no difference what jour wants may be, here you will find your favorite foods at reasonable prices. Due to their large volume of busi- ness and intelligent buying plan they are able to pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 January 1958

<irv** ■ msm 19 FFA Boys Complete Study Of Electricity Nineteen vocational agricul- students of the Pewitt Farmer of America \SjB^rer completed the farm electrification course prepar- ed by the Texas Education Agency for the Division of Vocational Education. It is sponsored by the South- western Gas and Electric Co. The course consists of six lessons and covers the follow- ing topics: introduction to farm electrification, common electrical terms, simple elec- tric currents and common wiring materials, circuit pro- tection, effects of size and length of wire on operation of appliances and equipment, arid practice wiring. The course is designed to be covered in one week of class instruction and demon- stration. W. H. Owsley, commercial representative of the compa- ny, presented the l'irst two lessons. R. D. Bearden com- pleted the other lessons. A series of five written tests were given the students dur- ing the course. The group had an exceptionally high average for the courso. De...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 January 1958

r* The Naples MONITOR ' . ■ Thursday, jan. 16, 1958 page 8 PERSONAL Mrs. Janie Hampton, Mrs. Travis Thomas and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pen- ny and children visited Sun- day with Mrs. Hampton's sis- ter, Mrs. Ben Garrett, at Daingerfield. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. McMich- ael of Haynesville, La., spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Watson and Martha Ray. They spent Sun- day night with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McMichael. vVOUR FOOD BUDGET goes farther here! SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE, 6 oz jar _ _ 95c CATSUP, 14 oz bottle del monte 18c FLOUR, 25 lb bag gladiol* $2.09 CORN, Del Mont,e Cream Style, No. 303 can 15c BLACKEYE PEAS, Honjefolks, 15 oz can 2 for 25c WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE, large size 33c CUT RITE WAX PAPER, 125 foot roll 25c KIM TOILET TISSUE, 4 roll pack 29c CHOPPED BEEF, Wilson's, 12 oz can 39c FRYERS, fresh, not frozen, lb _ 33c CR3SCO, 3 lb can 85c GLADIOLA BISCUITS, can 10c WESSON OIL, quart bottle - _ 65c SUGAR, 10 lb bag 97c TUN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 January 1958

fwwr l®1 sit p* . • r- f • - One-Day Polio Drive Will be Made Tuesday A one-day effort to rcach a smaller March of Dimes quota will be made next Tuesday in Naples. Mrs. W. W. McNatt, local campaign chairman, said the drive in the business district would be made during the day Tuesday and the Mother's March on Polio would be made Tuesday evening start- ing at 7 p.m. The quota this year is $1,000 compared to the $1,500 as- signed to Naples last year. Mrs. McNatt named three men to serve as "block chair- men" for the drive in the business district and each of them may select their own helpers, she said. The chairmen are Billy Ted Coker, Ed Thompson and Le- noy Slider. Seven women were named as chairmen for different sec- tions of town during the Mother's March and will also choose their own assistants. They are Mrs. E. A. Riner, Mrs. Clifford Wyninegar, Mrs. S. T. Smith, Mrs. Donald Wat- kins, Mrs. Joe Fulcher, Mrs. Aubrey Page and Mrs. Charles Smith. Tommy Coker of Dainger- field is c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 January 1958

Ml ;"ir 1^. The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS ■nm mmM mmM Patched Farm Program JACKSON is /n— . haro pitcher. \TQ WflR.Nl UP!)' The administration's solution to the farm surplus problem is becoming more and more of a patchwork affair with far-reaching ef- fects on the rest of tljp economy. The federal government has for years encouraged greater production at costs that can not allow farmers to compete with foreign markets through its system of subsidies. The plan has been a dismal flop. How- ever, farmers have wanted it continued be- cause they believe they must be protected in a social system that, sets minimum wages, caters to pressure organizations, and gener- ally leaves the farmer alone agaidst an or- ganized society. The federal government has always been reluctant to give up any of its bureaus or its functions once it starts. With farm production continuing to be far greater than the market can consume, the government keeps alive a vast, network of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 January 1958

kave | any I An.) - I Cotton Is Top Income Crop "exas ot&n accounted for almost half of the income from crops in Texas during 1957, accord- ing to the year-end report of the United State Department of agriculture. The $618,227,000 cotton in- come was 49.43 per cent of the toti. farm income. A total of 5,900,000 acres were harvested for an average income per acre of $104.78. In total cash income, grain sorghum was second with $214,286,000 but the income per acre was a relatively low $29.25. The highest income per acre came from two minor ' crops, commercial vegetables and rice. Income from vegetables was $185.84 per acre and from rice was $172.80. Pay Your Poll Tax Before Jan. 31 Observe Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Godfrey of Naples will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, February 2. Open house will be held at their home on Daingerfield Street during the afternoon. Friends and relatives are invited to call from 2 until 6 p.m. Prescriptions ACCURATELY FIL...

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