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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 January 1958

•- , : * he Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1958 PAGE 4 - Gardening and Landscaping Subject Of Study by Naples Garden Club I 1 I it JUs I J JK; U TO ' 1 I , Miss Marilyn Smith to Become Bride Of Billy Williams in March 8 Ceremony The wedding of Miss Mari- lyn Smith and Mr. Billy Charles Williams will be an event, of March 8 at the Oak- ridge Baptist Church at Mari- etta. The ceremony will be per- formed at 8 p.m. The future bride is the daughter of Mrs. Irene L. Smith and the late Tom B. AMLICO SERVICE KENNY'S Service Station PHONE 7-3181 NAPLES, TEXAS We Give Green Stamps Smith of Marietta. The fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Williams of Na- ples. Both are graduates of Paul H. Pewitt high school. Miss Smith attended Texas Women's University at Den- ton, East Texas State College at Commerce, and is now em- ployed with the Bowie-Cass Electric Co-operative at Doug- lassville. Mr. Williams attended Tex- arkana Junior College and is now employed with Automa- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 January 1958

.■>"** <1 \ . •*,£* * The Naples MONITOR Brahmas Squeeze by Liberty, 57-56 THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1958 PAGE 5 last Minute effort that (Hhcetf six points gave the iWSft Brahmas a 57-56 vic- tory over the Liberty Leop- ards here Tuesday night and an even break for the week in conference basketball play. With only 40 seconds re- Let's Look At The Other Side We are happy to report that the unemployed members of our Union will receive Unemployment Insurance checks, beginning this week. The company has withdrawn its pro- test against payment of all but the first six weeks of com- pensation, as a result of stipulations worked out between the attorneys for the Union and the Company. Following that, action, the T^xas Employment Com- mission made its ruling. Unde. a ruling our members will be able to receive up to 20 weeks of compensation, at $28 per week, commencing with the seventh week after each member registered. ASSISTANCE STILL NEEDED . . . While this will help, most of our members a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 January 1958

1 m HPR W I ' Jl fiT—. The Naples THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1958 ABC Candy Company Poultry Specialist to be Here Monday The ABC CANDY COMPA- NY is located at 2504 E. 9th in Texarkana. Phone 2-6982. They are wholesale and retail distributors in this area for candy, fireworks, and novel- ties. No candy wholesale house in this area has met with more success than the ABC CANDY COMPANY. They have the best prices within a one hun- dred mile radius of Texar- kana. You can get candy, fire- DUKE'S BEAUTY SHOP The Duke's Beauty Shop is located at 1321 State Line in Texarkana. Phone 325483. The service of this shop in- cludes complete hair shaping and styling. They accomplish all phases of beauty work ac- cording to the most approved and scientific methods that are now being used. If you desire outstanding beauty work in preference to just, the ordinary shampoo and set, this is the shop where the sendee was designed especi- ally for you. They are altogether famil- iar with hair and its way. They have...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 January 1958

m v * "T * The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1958 PAGE 7 - Villi' ^ TLJt- a/yt-ill... JU J11 ^ jM - j ^ the brahma corral Concert Playing Is Important Part Of Activities of Pewitt Brahma Band (The Pewitt band is just en- tering a long and busy con- cert season. The following is > an article explaining the pur- pose and activities of the con- cert band.) The concert band is the lesser known, but fully as im- portant, half of the personal- ity of the Brahma band. After the close of the marching season around the Christmas season, concert mu- sic is passed out. This music is longer, more serious and more difficult than that play- ed by the marching band. The selection include move- ments of well known sym- phonies transcribed for band, famous overtures arranged \for band, and original over- tures written especially for symphonic band by modern composers, concert marches which are longer and more difficult than the ones used on the field, and serious work of varying lengths, diff...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 January 1958

*. ■> • K<r ■ •♦. </. - >**■%*$'' . '• ■ •' • •' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1958 m ,.V0UR FOOD BUDGET k^" Joes further here! SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY I MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING, 3 lb carton 69c PICNIC HAMS, lb 33c KIMBELL'S OLEO, lb - 19c KLEENEX, 400 size - 25c • • • • * '« « • > ^flfMyMVlViVV^VAVi**1* GLADIOLA FLOUR, 10 lb bag 89c i EAGLE BRAND MILK, 15 oz can 29c JOY, LIQUID DETERGENT, 12 oz can 37c CHEER WASHING POWDER, giant size 65c WHOLE GREEN BEANS, Del Monte, lb can ........ 23c PORK & BEANS, Saxet ............ .. 3 cans for 25c SUGAR, 5 lb bag 49c T-BONE STEAK, US Good, lb _ 75c CHEESE, Elkhorn Cheddar, lb_45c ONIONS, lb /_ _ 5c DRY SALT BACON, No. 1, lb _ 29c FRESH CABBAGE, lb 5c FOSTER'S Grocery Phone 7 3231 PERSONAL CHILDREN'S COATS Half Price SIZES 3 thru 14 WOOL SNUGGIE and MITTEN SETS Half Price Colors "Red, Navy, Char S-M-L LADIES FALL AND WINTER HATS *1.98 S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away SAVE ON THE BEST USED CARS D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 January 1958

'-X' -r ' ■ v ';>r- '' i ||PM|PM9pPi9i!^ mm ' ■- mf- •V v ■ ■ :yr$ .-v VOLUME 72 LAST CALL: Friday Is Deadline for Paying Poll Tax Business was better at poll tax sales points in Morris county t.his week and appar- ently there will be a last day rush of voters registering. Jerry L. Chambliss, tax as- sessor and collector, said his office at Daingerfield had sold 1,935 receipts by the middle of the afternoon Wednesday and a rush had started. R. J. Welch, who is selling the poll tax receipts in Na- ples had sold 142 by Wednes- day afternoon. He had sold only 42 up until Wednesday of last. week. The Daingerfield office had sold about 1,400 a week ago. The deadline for paying the poll tax is Friday, Jan. 31. If registration is as high as usual in the county, about a third of the voters will pay in the last two days. The coun- ty normally has about 3,400 eligible voters in years when state officers are elected. The MONITOR 72 Years Old - and New Every Week NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, JAN....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 January 1958

} {. ;■#' ■ ]! * \ * ^. The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1958 PAGE 2 V I E W P O I Business is Booming - - Elsewhere If you ever get the impression that a town's efforts to improve itself and grow are hopeless, consider these successes by the towns in Northwest Arkansas. Waldron, a town of just 1,292 people, has succeeded in enticing a glove factory to it. Ozark, a town of about 2,000, and its neighboring towns, has talked Seamprufe hosiery into locating a plant that will hire several hundred people in its area. Fayetteville has landed one of the biggest printing concerns in the country. Springdale, once a sleepy small town, is now a bustling small city as a result of a poul- try processing plant, built there several years ago. Rogers now has a building covering five acres under construction that will house a new Daisy air rifle plant and furnish employ- ment for about 600 persons to start. Those industries all are locating in a nar- row belt about 150 miles long in a state tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 January 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1958 PAGE 3 MARTHA STRICKLAND ENTERS U OF A Miss Martha Strickland, the Alghter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl ^fc^Jand, left Tuesday for F^Weville, Ark., where she # •■venter the University of Arkansas this term. Her father accompanied her there and returned Tuesday. MARIETTA Relatives Attend Wommack Funeral By Mrs. R. L. Harris There continues to be quite a bit of sickness in the com- munity, especially among the children. m JS Jt By E. B. GERMANY J^mkt 1 ¥\y The morning's mail brings a letter about which I'd like to offer brief comment because it asks some questions that are deserving of an answer, and because it reflects a pertain amount of confusion that exists in the minds of our families. The letter is well written, is forthright and coura- geous without being vindictive. It is signed, but for fear of reprisals, I shall not mention the writer's name, nor shall I quote portions of the letter which might lead to the writer's identity. I know the wait...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 January 1958

W' The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 1958 PAGE 4 Leaf and Petal Garden Club Organized Here With 17 Charter Members A new garden club w^s formed in Naples last week. The Leaf and Petal Club of Naples was organized Thurs- day afternoon with 17 charter members present at. the home of Mrs. W. W. McNatt. METHODIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES The members elected Mrs. C. M. Coker, president, Mrs. Charles Smith vice president, Mrs. Lee Narramore secretary and reporter, and Mrs. Don Watkins treasurer. Mrs. A1 Hummel served as chairman of the meeting and conducted the business ses- sion. The new club will meet the first Thursday of each month from 2 until 4 p.m. Mrs. Bob Bearden, Mrs. B. W. Bat.chelor and Mrs. Tommy Bottoms will be co-hostesses for the Feb. 6 meeting. Coffee and cookies were served to Mrs. Hummel, Mrs. McNatt, Mrs. Coker, Mrs. Nar- ramore, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Wat- kins, Mrs. Bearden, Mrs. Bot- toms, Mrs. Batchelor, Mrs. Sam Robison, Mrs. Joe Taylor, Mrs. E. W. Rountr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 January 1958

dalton Large Group Entertained at Fish Fry je^to s< H. Cromer endance for church sennip 'Sunday was still low due 10 so much sickness in the community. We missed Frank Ellington Sunday at the morning service. He was ab- sent because of a cold. Our leaders are always missed very much. It was nice to have Tom Kingston back Sunday night. He is our leader in BTC. Bro. O'dell Rhyne and fam- ily had lunch Sunday with Bro. Fletcher Lee and wife of Naples. Dewie Gray was in Houston this week for a checkup of his arm. Wayne Tuck of A and M College spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tuck. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Eng- land and Troy England of Garland spent last week end with relatives in this commu- nity. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Worn- mack and boys of near Mar- shall spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wom- PAY YOUR POLL TAX VOTE IN 1958 ACCURATELY FILLED YOUR HEALTH IS ONE OF YOUR MOST VALUABLE ASSETS. PROTECT IT BY USING ONLY PRESCRIPTIONS FROM A TRAINED PHARMACIS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 January 1958

EillLi I # The Naples MONITOR Thursday, jan. 30, 1950 CORNETT Oil Leases Being Taken In Area By Miss Daisy Heard Morning worship services at the Methodist Church Sunday conducted by the pastor, the He v. Jack McCants, was well •{.ttended. His sermon title was "The Saintly Sin." It was a very in- spirational and challenging message to do something about our sins we overlook ■daily. Everyone who came to church could say it was good to be there. A church census will be taken this week. If you are not attending church and Sunday School, the pastor will be calling on you. Make your plans to be at church. Weldon McCord of New Boston visited his father, R. L. McCord, Friday. The Quilting Club is making progress. Two more quilts were completed last Wednes- day. Mrs. R. O. McCord and Mrs. W. H. Golden had quilts to make. Bring your material and come. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Finch of Commerce visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Hall, over the week end. Bud Moss was in Dallas Monday at a vet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 January 1958

Pewitt Stage Band Unites Best Musicians for Special Performances the brahma corral CAMPUS CHATTER What is this we hear about Dorothy Ann having "Bone Trouble" — about $14 worth. Nita Beth, you must like Geralds — first Gerald Pres- ley, now Gerald Fletcher. Sandra Cheatham and Bud- dy Rogers have re-started an - PERSONALITY OF THE WEEK Hair - brown. Eyes - green. Height - 6 feet Weight - 205. Favorite color - red. Favorite food - hamburgers. Favorite song - 'La-Dee-Da' Favorite person - Steve Dale. Favorite pastime - Watch- ing TV. Favorite expression - "I don't know." Ambition - to be a bum. Class - sophomore. Name - David Elrod. INTRODUCING Mr. R. D. Bearden Mr. Bob Bearden was born June 28. 1928. He atfended high school at Lone Oak high school and obtained his mast- er's degree at East Texas State Teachers College at Commerce. His previous teaching as- signment was at DeKalb and he also taught in a veterans' school. He has been at Pewitt high for seven years. Mr. Bearden's agricu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 January 1958

■ ; v - . MM |#k- I: I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welch. MUST GO To make room for merchandise that is arriving each day. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR Price Sale ON Winter Coats Suits and Dresses S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Asht.on Rob- erts of Shreveport spent the week end here with his moth- er, Mrs. N. M. Roberts, and Mrs. Pearl Pate. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harty and family of Mt. Pleasant visited Sunday with the Rev. and Mrs. Bill Harty. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge and Suzanne were visitors at Texarkana Sunday with rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hibbs and son, David, of Malvern, Ark. were week end guests with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Moore. GRADE A WHOLE MILK FROM TESTED COWS Inspected by Dallas Public Health Dept. 21c qt delivered One Half gal. or Gal. W. C. SULLIVAN BEN FRANKLIN VARIETY STORE Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Rape and children of Pittsburg were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 0. I. Fink. Mrs. Ed Kennedy spent last week with her son ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 February 1958

3,00J Morris Countians Pay Poll Taxes The number of voters'eligi- ble to participate in the 1958 elections in Morris county de- clined from the last state-wide election year but the Naples and Rocky Branch precincts held their own and the Jen- kins-Lone Star precinct gain- ed. By coincidence, Naples and Rocky Branch had the same number of people to pay their poll taxes this year as they did for the 1956 election. Naples had 504 each year and Rocky Branch 57 each year. The total for the county this year is 3,001 compared to the record high of 3,307 in 1956 These figures do not in- clude exemptions claimed. In 1957, an off-year politi- cally, there were only 1,857 registered in the county. The registrations by box shows Daingerfield dropped from 1,339 two years ago to 1,202 this year; Omaha drop- ped from 575 to 444; Cason dropped from 187 to 157; and the Jenkins-Lone Star box increased from 593 to 637. In addition to the poll taxes, 42 exemptions had been ap- plied for at the office ...

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

The Naples MONITOR , THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS Return to Democracy The American farmer has proven again that he is one of the last holdouts against the trend toward more socialism. He has accepted that trend as a necessary part of his survival in a regulated economy but he hasn't learned to like it. Politicians who have been bidding for- the farm vot,e by offering more and more help and more and more interference might do well to study the results of a survey in the December issue of Farm Journal, a mass circulation mag- azine devoted to farm interests. The magazine asked its 3,400,000 sub- scribers how they felt about the federal gov- ernment's support programs. Of those who answered, 50 per cent, said they wanted the government to get com- pletely out of the farming business. Only 27 per cent wanted more support. In the East, the vote was 68 per cent for no government help. In the South, once a stronghold for farm subsidizers, the vote was 53 per cent, on the West C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 February 1958

t r rjgt The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 195 PAGE 3 IN m ' Car Licenses Go On Sale Next Monday Sf-i '. * DOUGLASSVILLE M I „ I I] fJp. ^w 1958 car licenses i gd on sale Monday, Feb. 10, throughout Texas. Like most other things, the Political Announcements Subject to the action of the 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 Mrs. Inez Nix County Judge Joe P. Taylor Jr. Carlton Robison County Treasurer Ross Lilley District Clerk T. N. (Newman) Jones State Representative Abe M. Mays.. Jr. Cass County Commissioner, Pet. 2, Beat 2-3 Fred Zimmerman County Judge Tom N. Cope price of them will be higher than it .has been in the past. An increase of about. 10 per Cent has been tacked on last year's cost. The increase is a result of a new law whereby the state pays half the cost of right of way for new high- ways. This is the f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 February 1958

THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1958 The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR PAGE * Mrs. C. J. Wise of Naples Elected President of Mledical Auxiliary Mrs. C. J. Wise of Naples was elected president of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Camp - Morris - Titus Medical Society at, its meeting last week in Pittsburg. The Auxiliary met at the home of- Mrs. R. L. Johnson on Wednesday. Mrs. Wise will serve as the Auxiliary's president during the 1958-59 term. Other officers elected were Mrs. J. F. Lee of Daingerfield, vice president; Mrs. Donald Smith of Daingerfield, secre- tary and reporter; and T. W. Renfroe of Mt. Pleasant, treas- urer. A program consisting of a film, "Eyes for Tomorrow", was presented by Mrs. R. K. Pendergrass of Pittsburg. A delicious dessert course and coffee were served to Mrs. E. L. Fender, Mrs. R. L. Hardman, Mrs. L. D. McKellar and Mrs. T. W. Renfroe of Mt. Pleasant; Mrs. R. L. John- son, Mrs. R. K. Pendergrass and Mrs. P. A. Rietz of Pitts- burg, Mrs. W. A. King, Oma- ha, and Mrs. C. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 February 1958

I he cs, id id [tp f-tc Ind tes. St., Trades Day Drawings Ruled Illegal maples chamber of corn- will decide next, Mon- night what to do about its trades day drawing — a business promotion declared illegal this week by Texas At- torney General Will Wilson. The chamber already was scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the Bapt.ist Church and the trades day promotion will be the main item of busi- ness. Naples will hold its drawing as usual Saturday, pending a decision Monday night. E. W. Rountree, president, HANNER Funeral Home PHONE 7-2121 Naples, Texas AMBULANCE SERVICE Any Where — Any Time Oxygen and Resuscitator Equipped The Naples MONITOR PA&F 5 THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1958 METHODIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES Miss Tomberiain to Teach in Houston issued a call for all members of the chamber to attend the meeting Monday night. The attorney general's rul- ing left little doubt that the drawings must be abandoned in Texas. The test case was almost identical to the promotion by Naples businesses...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 February 1958

; ;^T W t < The Naples MONITOR . ' - || Thursday, feb. 6, ws PAGE 6 o. PLANNING 0,1 ON PLANTING ?i 2 Year No. 1 Rose Bushes 75c $7.50 dozen SHADE TREES THAT ARE BIG ENOUGH TO PUT A TV ANTENNA IN — OR AS SMALL AS YOU WANT SPECIAL PEACH TREES Six 2-year old ■5,98 Less than cost o* 5 trees DAINGERFIELD NURSERY "SMILIN' SAM" DALE Res. Phone 348W2 IF IT S FOR YOUR YARD, — WE GOT IT OR WE DO IT "50 YEARS OF SERVICE" r ■ a;> *■ 'w i . ■■■ u ■ • i3a i •" * _ Outlook Good For Cotton Cotton farmers can look forward this year to the bene- fits from last year's drouth breaking rains and t,o record cotton yields. That is the forecast of Dr. E. D. Cook, agronomist at the Blackland Experiment Station at Temple. Against this forecast for top crops this year is another rec- ord — t,he number of acres which will be kept out of pro- duction by the soil bank. Morris and Cass county farmers are expected to put up to 60 per cent of their al- lotted acreage in the soil bank reserve this year. "Invar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 February 1958

h fF i\ I % * % 'k m • t i The Naples THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1958 irroR w PAGE 7 ■ ' W-y.ll - -I Charles Johnson Attends District Future Farmer Meeting at Kilgore Brahmarettes FFA Boys Attend the brahma corral CAMPUS CHATTER This week end found a lot of things different Buddy Rogers was with Coach Huddleston's niece- and Mike Dale was with Eddy Glynn. Mike Roberts is sjirely keeping warm these days since he has both of his jack- ets. Billy Joe doesn't go \vith just one girl at a time. He goes with three. Hammer v'as with Sandra, Patsy and Eddy Friday night. What certain freshman girl has a crush on William Robi- son? You had better find out, Cat-Bull! If you had been around Saturday night, you would have seen something that would make it seem like old times. Shults and Sharon were together. Gloria, how does it feel to lide around in a yellow Cadil- lac? Pretty good, I'll bet. Hammer, what is your new nickname? Lillyan, what happened to you and J. T. Wright? He was at the ball game Tuesda...

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