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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 February 1958

'&S' • The Naples MONITOR Thursday, feb. 6, ivsa page 8 PERSONAL : Mrs. Jim Elledge was a business visitor at Dallas sev- eral days last week. She at- tended the spring and sum- toier fashion show while she Was there. Mrs. Annie Stewart of Dal- las has been visiting here for several days. r I \h fe- • F Price Ladies and Childrens FALL COATS I Ladies and Childrens Fall Dresses Ladies and Childrens SKIRTS HATS $1.19 New Spring Merchandise Arriving Daily Come In and Make Your Selection S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away' Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blankenship over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Nugent Kesseler and C. B. Hampton of Naples, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Strickland, Mrs. Rena Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Blankenship and children of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kesseler and boys cf Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wommack and Vicki of Lafayet,te, La. Mrs. Ed Skelton visited on Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stringer, at Bryans Mill. Visitors over the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 February 1958

§: klt.;wc " A, ,w'. r"" pi iiyvi. .' * .H , a* Local hunters declare war on crows jNapieslo*Kent A group of Naples sports- men have declared war on that perennial pest ol East Texas — the crow. With the close of the game bird hunting season, sports- men of the area turned to the crow for an off-season target and are helping to clear the area of the pests. The hunters have enlisted the aid of science in their all- out war. With the Naples Barber Shop as headquarters, they chipped in and bought a high fidelity record player with a set of records. One of the rec- ords calls the crows. The hunters pick a likely spot, set the machine up and start its screeching signal. It carries for about three miles. The crows flock to the noise and the hunters, laying in hid- ing, fire away when the birds get within range. Fifteen or 20 birds a trip has been no trick for the hunters using the hi-fi set. Different groups have work- ed several sections around Naples and they have elimi- nated several h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 February 1958

h'' w f; I .. V f* The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY FEB. 13 ,1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS Continue the drawings MARIETTA The Naples chamber of commerce had every reason of good sense on its side when it made its mind up to go ahead with its week- ly trades day drawing. Attorney genera] Will Wilson ruled last week that such business promotions were lot- teries and. therefore, illegal in Texas. It is the job of Mr. Wilson to construe the laws of Texas but interpretations can be points of controversy. This is true in this case. Courts have already held that a lottery is any scheme involving giving away prizes by chance with tune consideration for partici- pation. Wilson says the good will the mer- chant creates by giving away the tickets is a consideration. Therefore, the presumed good will makes the plan a lottery and illegal. It is Mr. Wilson's job to interpret the law. It is up to the courts to ray whether or not they agree with Mr. Wilson. Until the courts agree with the attorney general, Nap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 February 1958

0K& Outlook good this year for peanut crop A. E. LOFFgR For Commissioner, Precinct 2 sy R. J. Dean The outlook for the 1958 peanut crop is good. Reports from all peanut growing areas of the Southwest indicates the best moisture conditions in many years. Good rains have fallen during the past three months throughout Texas and Oklahoma. From information available at this time it is believed that the allotted peanut acreage will be about the same as last year. The planting of this al- lotted acreage will be less7 than 1957 as some of the acre- age will be placed in the con- servation reserve program. The 1957 Southwest area peanut crop estimated to be 159,000 tons was far short as the actual tonnage was 109,- 688 tons. This was 72 per cent CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for the kind deeds shown us and the many beau- tiful cards and words of en- couragement we received and all who stood by eagerly, and the blood donors, and Dr. Wise and the nurses for their never-t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 February 1958

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1958 PAGE 4 I M A I Friday, February 14 Pewitt. basketball teams will play Liberty there beginning at 7 p.m. Monday, February 17 The Pewitt Band Boosters Club will meet at. 7 p.m. at the band hall. Tuesday, February 18 The Pewitt PTA will meet at the school cafetorium at 3 p.m. Pewitt basketball teams will play Talco here beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, February 20 The Masonic Lodge will meet at the lodge hall here at 7:30 p.m. ft ■I i* Perhaps a small adjust- ment is all that's needed to bring your set back to clear sharp focus and enjoyable viewing. Let us check your TV set today. GRIGSON TV SERVICE Phone 7-2361 Naples Founders Day wii! be observed by Pewitt PTA The Pewitt PTA will ob- serve "Founder's Day" with a tea at the regular meeting at 3 p.m. next Tuesday. The meeting will be held at the school cafetorium. Mrs. Ernest Pewitt, second vice president, will be in charge of the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 February 1958

The Naples MONITOR bryans mill thursday, feb. 13, 1958 page 5 g women form new WMU Circle By'TjJH Steve Brock The young women met with Mrs. Monroe Gardner the past week and organized a Young Women's Circle of the WMU. Seven were present. They will meet Wednesday of each week. Bill Abston of the U. S. army, the grandson of Usco Abston, left Seattle, Wash, last week for Korea, where he will be stationed for the next 18 months. Mrs. Mary Carter of Tex- arkana was a visitor the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Babb. A number of people from here attended the funeral for Mrs. Lizzie Moore in Omaha Saturday. Our sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melton and other relatives. Miss Mildred Stringer and Mrs. Carl Lyons visited here •this week end with Mrs. Lea ! Stringer and Danny and Carl Lyons. i Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Davlin j Win streak by Independents I broken at six The Naples Independents won a game and lost one dur- ing the last week. . They won over New Boston. 66 to 45, last Thursda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 February 1958

The Naples MONITOR Thursday feb. 13 ,1958 page 6 March of Dimes drive falls short of quota The Naples March of Dimes drive fell short of its goal with $912.58 being contribut- ed this year. The quota was $1,000. ; The Mother's March raised $458.44, the businessmen gave ; $248, Carver school $75.52, Pewitt school $71.60, and the ' remaining $59.02 was dropped CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sin- cere thanks to loving friends and neighbors for t,he many deeds of kindness shown my dear mother, daughter and sister, Mrs. Lizzie Mae Moore, in her lingering illness. And when the death angel came, your words of sympathy and beauitful flowers were to us an expression of the es- teem in which she was held. We especially thank Dr. King and the Rev. Aldous Smith for their kindness, and upon each one of you we pray God's richest blessings. Her Son, Mother, Sister, and Brothers into cans and placed in fhe cards left around town. Mrs. Lon Bohannan Sr. ac- counted for more than half the tot,a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 February 1958

The Naples MONITOR his I of for Ind pay em to Mty Iwel 1 for iv- [ not ices- le of Jthey prise ?ells |ship my Mors, ilgin jtnik of f. .# •A J THURSDAY FEB. 13 ,1958 PAGE 7 mm1 mmm*: V JOE LANE DAVIS Joe Lane Pavis, Billy Noble to attend All-State band meeting at Galveston Billy Noble, band director, and Joe Davis will go to Gal- veston Wednesday. Feb. 19, to attend the All-State conven- tion. v Students and directors from all over the state will be pres- ent. There are three All-State groups: the All-State band, or- chestra and chorus. The All-State band is divid- ed into two groups, the read- ing band and the concert band. The reading band will play about 25 numbers, play- your plates No obligation. Just one of our neighborly services! E. A. Strickland Service Station All ears for your insurcuice problems...always! People with problems about insurance will always find that we're sympathetic listeners. And careful advisors when it comes to helping you plan for the protection of your...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 February 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Benny Minton and children of Grand Prairie spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall Ragland and Mrs. Sadie Parris. Mrs. Hugh Ashford of Car- bondale visited with relatives here Monday. IMPORTED SILK SUITS $55 Priced Surprisingly Low Black—Navy—Blue PURE SILK DRESSES Shirt Waist Pleated Skirt Roval—Beige—Prints ?19.95 Real Bargains Galore In Fall and Winter Merchandise Don't Forget Your Valentine Valentine Red? Yes, We Have It S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton and Miss Pat Hampton left Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Don King and children at Texas City. Mr. and Mrs. Hampton will remain over the week end and Miss Hampton will stay for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hummel and Mattie Beth spent the week end with friends at Wa- co. On their return home, they visited at Ft. Worth with her sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Collins. Mrs. Collins re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 February 1958

il" # tank, post office be closed here Saturday Saturday will be a holiday for the Morris County Nation- al Bank and the Naples post office. The bank will be closed all day and the post office will operat.e on the regular holi- day schedule. There will be no rural mail delivery but mail will be put into local boxes as usual in the morning. The holiday is an observ- ance of George Washington's birthday. All other local businesses will remain open during the day. t Monitoring MAIN STREET "As the twig is bent so shall it grow." A good friend of ours the other day, in talking about violence in Brooklyn, thievery by teenagers in Texarkana, and delinquency in general, said we need t,o knock on wood. We've been lucky. Lucky, indeed. And what have we done to deserve it? Our youngsters, looking for love and guidance, have been shooed away while we watch television. They've been left to their own devices, to seek out for themselves, to make their own moral code. The twig has not been trained....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 February 1958

r. :I, 'K M r - p' '•! r H , ■ A . 1 The Naples MONITOR r THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1958 |ji PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS . ' 1 ' fj • CORNETT Pump priming at a dry well GEfcMG.'/VVWgE YOUR T-E ACHE Pv KNOWS A BETTER WAY TO T E5T A CAKE TO SE E IF IT IS FAKED ^7, The present, recession in business has given politicians their best ammunition in years and their concern is likely to do nothing but aggravate the situation. Unfortunately, politicians concern them- selves first with issues that will gain them the most votes, regardless of the long-range effects of their legislation on the welfare of the country. The solution to t.he recession this time will not make a popular issue with the major- ity of voters. That solution would be tax re- lief for large business — those who employ thousands of workers and set price trends of theirs and related products. Taxes which confiscate a large amount of profit from a company cannot, be continued indefinitely without finally drying up the tax source. And pump pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 February 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1958 A check . . from Coach Iluddleston and Mrs. Davis Jimmy is 17 Jimmy McCoy, a wreck vic- tim who is making a valiant effort to overcome paralysis, was honored on his birthday last Sunday with an all-school party. His gift,s included $109 to be used in furnishing his own room, other gifts, and a sur- prise kiss from a pretty Pew- itt senior, Miss Gloria Hamp- ton. 'ihe party was planned by Mrs. Lee Davis and Jimmy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mc- Coy. It was held at the McCoy home at Bryans Mill. A large group of high school students and other friends at- tended. Jimmy was 17 years old. lie was injured in a wreck about a year and a half ago and was treated for some time £t the Warm Springs Founda- tion at Gonzales, Texas. f James Bowie students to get first aid trainin- . . and a kiss from Miss Gloria Hampton The American Red Cross standard first aid training course is being offered to all James Bowie high school stu- dents. Mrs. J. M. Lasater...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 February 1958

mm m&*>i The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR NTHURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1958 PAGE A m. PTA meeting is re-scheduled The PTA meeting scheduled " •"sday of this w,eek was ^xt week. u- held at •hool 'Is I o«iier Texas, and Homestead Exeni^ . Unless property is re iit. tion claimed, there will be no exeu.^. lowed. Where Homestead exemption it „ saves 72c on $100 valuation over property where no exemption is claimed. Homestead oath can only be signed by a hus- band or wife. No one else can sign for you. Your taxes can be assessed anytime our office is open, until May 1st.. , - C. H. POWELL 1 1 Assessor-Collector " Cass County, Texas W l |gK •- SO' 1x6 KD CM S8.50 per hundred 1x4 KD CM $6.95 per hundred 2x4 and 2x6 Economy Grade $65 per thousand Soft Yellow, Mountain . ne, No. 1 KD . . SI 7 per hundred House For Sale A 5-room house on 180x185 lot in Omaha. Ready to move in for $5,500. Remember our Title 1 Loans from $100 to S2,500 with one year to three years to pay. 5% INTEREST It doesn'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 February 1958

The Naples MONITOR Coker won't run for state board again if on Coker of Naples, a I'Mber of the State Board \|^Htyucation since it was es- t^mished in 1949, will not be a nominee for another term. A Clarksville man, Thomas r. LEON COKER Mrs. Snodgrass of Omaha dies Monday evening Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Concord Baptist Church for Mrs. Georgia M. Snodgrass, 64 year old Omaha woman who died at 8 p.m. Monday in the local hospital. The Kev. James Wommack conducted the service and was assisted by the Rev. A. J. Fin- ley and the Rev. Clifford Lon- gino. Burial was in the Omaha cemetery under the direction of the Manner Funeral Home. She is survived by her hus- band, J. M. Snodgrass; one daughter, Mrs. J. L. Roberts of Montgomery, Ala.: a son. W. C. Snodgrass of Tyler: six sisters, Mrs. Nora Talley of Phoenix, Ariz.. Mrs. C D. Gal- loway, Mrs. Mamie Lillie and Mrs. C. 0. Carson, all of Oma- ha, Mrs. Lula Parham of Mt. Pleasant, and Mrs. A. J. Stev- ens of D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 February 1958

m |;- ji u I- r •I 1 The Naples MONITOR Thursday, feb. 20, 1958 page 6 Young people hold Sweetheart Banquet A Sweetheart Banquet was held Friday night for the In- termediate and Young Peo- ple departments of the First Baptist Church here. Miss Sandra Nance was elected "Queen of Hearts" and Was crowned by James Hack- 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 Cierk Audrey Mae Parris Childress Mrs. Inez Nix County Judge Joe P. Taylor Jr. Carlton Robison County Treasurer Ross LHley District Clerk T. N. (Newman) Jones State Representative Abe M. Mays. Jr. Cass County Commissioner, Pet. 2, Beat 2-3 Fred Zimmerman C. E. (Gene) Hancock A. E. Loffer County Judge Tom N. Cope ney. Miss Nance was escorted by Tommy McCoy. James Hackney was acting master of ceremonies in the absence of Charles Thigpen, who was ill. T. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 February 1958

m p.? ■W* School is 8 years old Monday londay, Feb. 24, marks the |ith anniversary of the ading of the Paul H. Pew- vitt school district. The day is observed at the Paul Pewitt schools with prop- er ceremonies. It was Feb. 24, 1950 that Paul H. Pewitt, a Longview oilman, and local rancher, of- fered $100,000 and 115 acres of land between Naples and Omaha if the two communi- ties would consolidate and work effectively together. The consolidated school to- day, with additions from Ti- tiue and Cass counties, has become a unified system. The Brahma teams in blue and gray, and the Pewitt, Brahma Band, in new uni- forms. are seen in action throughout the area. The Pewitt school district lias new school buildings and furnishings for both races on an equal basis. The school superintendent. Frank Bean, has served since ihe begin- ning of the district. Paul H. Pewitt has main- tained his interest in the school by further donations of money and equipment u^e to both schools. And so on the 24t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 February 1958

m ■#r ■Sis The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Orb Gibbs and Miss Peggy ' iibbs were in Longview Fri- day on business. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mobley of Odessa visited several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Davenport. MATCHED LINENS Deluxe combed percale Sheets and Cases — Pastels — 81x108 DOUBLE SHEET $3.29 ' Fitted Sheet to Match $3.29 Pillow Cases to Match $1.49 — White Percale — 81x108 DOUBLE SHEET $2.98 FITTED BOTTOM $2.98 — Muslin — Col. Sheet, 81x108 $2.79 Col. Fitted $2.79 Col. Pillow Cases $1.25 pr White Sheet 81x108 $2.49 White Fitted $2.49 Cases $1.00 pr Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Wat,son of Vandervoort, Ark., were visitors here with relatives last Thursday. Visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Garrett and family were his mother, Mrs. J. N. Garrett., his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Childress and children, and his brother, Buel Garrett, all of Prescott. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Massey of Naples visited in Green- ville Monday with Mr. and Don Roberso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 February 1958

;*■' ;pf h $ 1 * Stock show here Saturday f . Naples' eighth annual live- ( ^tock show will be held at the show barn here Saturday. A total of $400 in prizes will be Awarded to the win- ners of the 10 classes. Half of the money. will go to junior exhibitors and half to seniors. The livestock entered in the show will be on exhibit at the barn from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and the judging of the animals will sfart at 10 a.m. Joe Frobese; county agent for Harrison county, will be in charge of the judging. The junior show, for FFA and 4-H Club members, will include the same classes as those in the senior show. The judging of events will st,art with the senior swine division at 10 a.m. and junior swine judging will follow at 10:15 a.m. Brahma cattle will be judg- ed at 10:45 a.m., Aberdeen- Angus at 11 a.m., milking shorthorn at 11:15 a.m., and beef shorthorn at 11:30 a.m. Four classes v/ill be left for judging in the afternoon. Herefords will be judged at 1:30 p.m., dairy cattle at 2:30 p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 February 1958

• ; pn The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1958 PAGE 2 I* VIEWPOINTS Check your investment As a stockholder in one of the biggest and most important industries in the area, you will get a chance next week to check up on it and find out how it is dping. That business, in which you should have a vital interest, is the Paul H. Pewitt school sys- tem. Itjs products are the citizens of tomorrow, the community leaders, the businessmen, the farmers and all of the others who make up our society. The Pewitt school system is supported in part by the taxes of almost every citizen in the district. That fact alone should give local citizens an active interest in its operation. Its faculty and other employees make up one of the biggest payrolls of any industry in Now He Needs Help! OF SBRV/ct Pfiq SAGE OF SULPHUR BOTTOM America doesn't have a monopoly in farm problem; Russians have one, too (Editor's note: The Sage of Sulphur Bottom on his John- son grass farm claims he's found Russia has a far...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 February 1958

E9 The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1958 PAGE 3 DOUGLASSVILLE jUrs. Ella Tate dies Friday afternoon /> v Mrs. B. W. Swint Members of the Ever Ready Sunday School Class will have their February social this Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Willie McCall. All members and associate mem- bers are urged to attend. This party was postponed because of the illness of this reporter. Mrs. H. 0. Allen Sr., Mrs. H. 0. Allen Jr. and Mrs. Jewel Chapman visited in the Free- man Florist shop at Simms Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ella Tate passed a#ay "Friday afternoon after suffer- ing a stroke in Naples. Funer- al services were held at the Manner Chapel Saturday aft- ernoon in Atlanta. The re- mains were laid to rest in the O'Farrell cemetery at 3 p.m. Mrs. Tate had been an invalid for several yeais. We extend sympathy to her daughter, Mrs. Alice Coffman, other relatives and loved ones. Mr. A. D. Morriss celebrated his 93rd birtnday Sunday. All of his children except Berry of Van Horn, and gr...

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