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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 February 1958

' • "• -**"*' ds. The Woman's Angle HngffiHRpfi The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1958 PAGE 4 32 members of Travelers Club make four-day trip to South Texas, Mexico v"*c> A group of 32 women who are members of the Naples Travelers Club returned last Wednesday night from a four- day trip to South Texas and Old Mexico. They arrived back in Na- ples about 10:30 p.m. Wednes- day. Those who made the trip were Mrs. Lon Thigpen, Mrs. Wendell Smith, Mrs. Chester Coker, Mrs. Leon Coker, Mrs. George Vissering, Mrs. Lewis McMichael, Mrs. E. A. Riner, Mrs. Kenny Rowe, Mrs. Melba Griffin, Mrs. Page Bennett,, Mrs. Jim Elledge, Mrs. Ken- nard Fleming, Mrs. Cwlos Wise, Mrs. Joe Fulcher, Mis. Ben Heath, Mrs. Ben Morris, Mrs. Bob Ramage, Mrs. Bent- ley Ellis, Mrs. Walter Antho- METHODIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES The Rev. Frank Richardson Jr. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m Wednesday 8 p.m. ny, Mrs. Howard Moore, Mrs. Lynn Moore, Mrs. S. T. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 February 1958

'&>/ -f'. y>y - ■ , *¥ m '- I w ••''•I' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1958 PAGE 5 Members of the James Bowie Pirate basketball Coach James Taylor, Weldon Gray and Horace team are, left to right, front row, Jessie May, Kruse. The Pirates play in the regional tour- Billy Baker and Esmond Brem; rear row, nament this week end at Denton. Pirates upset White Oak in playoff lor lty. The James Bowie Pirates, champions of District 15-A, gained revenge against the state champion White Oak Roughnecks Tuesday night. The Pirates advanced to the regionals in the state playoffs with an upset 53-40 win over the same Roughneck team that knocked the Pirates out of the playoffs last year and then went on to win the slate championship. Their uncanny accuracy did the trick. James Bowie hit 18 of 30 field goals for a 59 per cent average and 17 of 21 free throws for an 8i per cent average. The Pirates were never in trouble. They led, 15 to 13, at, th£ end of the first quarter. 28* to 21 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 February 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1958 Spring weather brings *gardening fever' By R. J. Dean The annual epidemic of " Garden Fever" seems to have hit Morris county. A few warm days with a clear blue sky is the contri- buting factor to this fever. To some, growing a home garden is a way to relax — a hobby or pastime that can have pleasant and satisfying results. To others, a garden is an important part of the family's economic program. NOTICE PAGE 6 ... * , st^t! , CORNETT If it is properly managed, a good home garden can mean a sizeable saving on the fam- ily food budget. There is no substitute for the quality and the plain down-to-earth good food that can be obtained in "garden fresh" vegetables out of your own back yard. Here are some gardening tip^ that will help you enjoy your 1958 gardening efforts: ,1. Plan your garden in ad- vance. j Property Owners The Commissioners Court of Cass County has decided not to employ Field Assessors to assess the property for 1958. It will th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 February 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, FEB. 27, 1958 PAGE T> lof lout ion- CAMPUS CHATTER the brahma corral The Staff Carolyn Hanes Editor Mike Roberts Assoc. Editor Jackie Skelton Sports Ed. Joe Davis Band Reporter Class Reporters Sharon Rogers Myra Betts Emma Jean Palmore Patsy McNatt Campus Chatterers Nancy Shults Bette Ruth Phillips Typists Glenda Brown Patricia Hall 1 i Sponsor Mrs. Orene Slider FTA group gets literature Articles of interest on ihe teaching profession were giv- en to the club librarian, Deete Witt, at the regular meeting of the H. T. Morris chapter of the Future Teachers of America. The literature will be on a special rack in the library for the convenience of FTA mem- bers. After a discussion of the various aspects of teaching by Mr. F. M. Adams, officers of the FTA were placed on the committee to plan for a char- ter night. NOTICE Car Owners Car registration dates, February 1st to April 1st in- clusive. This year you are required to have your registra- tion receipt ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 February 1958

1 The Naples MONITOR Thursday, feb. 27, 1958 page 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Looney Erwin of Linden were Sunday after- noon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nugent Kesseler. Mr. Erwin for a number of years was connected with the Cass County Sun. MERCURY SLIPPERS — LEATHER — With goid Gypsy ear-ring trim. Color: Black, White Sand Sizes: S-M-L — FABRIC PRINT — Persian print, on beige background. Sizes: S-M-L < Both styles with extra thick cushioned insoles and heel lifts! Gay, colorful linings. Butter-soft leather soles. Hand washable. Price *3.98 S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grimes accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tolbert of Lone Star to Ft. Worth where they visited over the week end with Mr and Mrs. Fred Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rol- ston and Robert of Mt. Pleas- ant were guests Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Walls visited Sunday at Dallas with Ed Walls, who is a patient at Baylor Hospital. Mr. and Mrs....

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

h mmM® mi. m I * - W'- ■ ■ « lr I II It JACK TALBOT WITH GRAND CHAMPION BULL Talbot shows champions Jack and Woodie Talbot of New Boston showed both the grand champion Hereford bull and the grand champion fe- male at t,he annual livestock show held here last Saturday. The show, sponsored by the A Monitoring MAIN STREET The End of a Walk — They buried Tom Petty last week but the memory of him will linger on for years and years. He was tlie sort of man that furnishes material for legends. "Walking Tom" Petty was the name the 83-year old Bas- sett man was known by and it was an apt name. But there were other characteristics about the man that made him equally colorful. Walking Tom was an avid diary keeper. For more than 40 years, he had kept a day- to-day account, of his own life. It told how he used to walk around his seven-mile mail route precisely in 69 minutes. It told of his 473-mile walk across part of Texas in 11 days. He had other records be- sides the diary. An account of his ...

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

, ...... ,-v::. .. ^ , 'I.' fi' p; Very Hardy Perennial v-. 1 10 \ rtfudimt/ SAGE OF SULPHUR BOTTOM Starting a tractor ought to be like launching satellite . p *he weather has to he right (Editor's note: The Sage of Sulphur Bottom on his .John- son grass farm is just hunting for an excuse for not farming, his letter this week indicates. It's not the first time.) Dear editar: There's a phase of the sat- ellite business which appar- ently has gone unnoticed and I wouid like to call it to your attention, as well as some ether people's attention, like my wife and my banker. Every once in a while, when the experts get all ready to launch a guided missile or a satellite, get the firing pin ready, bring in the man who knows how to count back- ward, load the thing up with fuel, alert the reporters, and have spectators with field glasses sitting up all night to see the spectacle, the launch- ing is called off. And do you know why? Be- cause the weather wasn't just right. That's all the excus...

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

• t. ■ . r Home nursing course starts Tuesday MARIETTA Mr 1 M Textbooks for the Red Cross ome nursing course to be ight in Naples starting on lesday, March 11, can be bought now from Mrs. Lena Thigpen, Morris county Red Cross representative. The classes will be conduct- ed in the rooms over the Mor- ris County National Bank be- ginning at 7:30 p.m. The group will decide next Tuesday night how often to meet, and the meeting time. In addition to the textbook, each member of the class will be required to furnish her own thermometer. The committee that is col- lecting linen wants each per- son to bring a chair, sheet, pillow case, bath towel, wash clot,h, knife and fork, cup and saucer, dish towel and some cleaning cloths to be used for demonstration purposes. The Thompson Furniture Co. will loan the group the necessary furniture and the local Red Cross chapter will buy the supplies. The number in the class will be limited and its spon- sors have requested that in- terested persons regi...

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

The Woman' S Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1958 PAGE 4 Another new garden club formed; regular evening meetings planned Naples now has three gar- den clubs. A new one was organized Monday night in a meeting at the home of Mrs. Eugene Falls. It adopted the name, the Jonquil Garden Club, at the organizational meeting. Mrs. John Hummel and Mrs. H. W. McLeckie served as co-hostesses. The new club will meet the first Monday night of each month at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. A. A. Hummel served as chairman of the meeting this week. Officers elected were Mrs. John Hummel, president, Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, vice president, Mrs. Eugene Falls, secretary and reporter, and Mrs. Lenoy Slider, treasurer. The members selected the jonquil as their flower, the japonica as their shrub, and the mimosa as their tree. The house was beautifully decorated with spring flow- ers. The coffee table held an arrangement of jonquils and narcissus. On the desk was placed a crescent arrange- ment of King Alfreds in ...

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

' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1958 PAGE 5 ' Mrs. Ragland conducts WMU fj. L. Ragland was in ciu^Huf the first program for the WMU meet- ing in observance of the "Week of Prayer for Mis- sions". Members taking part on the program were Mrs. Morris Hill, Mrs. Hub Buchanan, Mrs. Lonnie Nance, Mrs. Robert Mintou, Mrs. Richard Towler, Mrs. W. H. Morgan and Mrs. W. W. McNatt. The WMU is meeting each day this week at 2:30 p.m. at the Baptist Church. Wednesday night of this week, the Rev. J. H. Caldwell of Gilmer, an associate mis- sionary, met with the group and showed a film strip on "Home Missions." Be sure to see Walt Disney's "Old Yeller" starring Dorothy McGuire and Fess Parker at the Inez Theatre Friday, Sat- urday, Sunday and Monday. Admission is 50c for adults end 25e for children. BRYANS MILL Local people a! associational meeting $' IN CASH PRIZES , LAKE TEXXfcKANA, ■ slogan Contest PURPOSE This contest Is desigred lo nrrurr a slogan which will b'.t promote the developmen...

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

I The Naples MONITOR PAGE 6 Naples gives *323 lo Heart Fund Thursday, march 6, 1958 DOUGLASSVILLE WfMI members honor graduates By Mrs. B. W. Swint. Spring seems near on this beautiful Sunday afternoon. \Ve have not had rain re- cently. Members of the WMU of the Baptist Church here honored our high school graduates Sat- urday evening at the educa- tional building. Graduates at- tending were Miss Betty Kirk- Jand, Miss Winnie Forbes, Miss Mary Ann Baker, Miss Mary Lee Morriss and Roy Chapman. They were accom- panied by their escorts. For- mer graduates and college friends attended. There were 23 present. A very impressive program was enjoyed. The Rev. Southerland brought ' a very impressive message to the group. Special musical NOTICE Call 7-2431 ;OR DAY SERVICE OR 7-2091 AT NIGHT For Ail of Your Car Service Such as — PLUGS — POINTS — BRAKE WORK — WHEELS BALANCED And if you have to add oil to your transmission, we can stop that waste. We Also Do Road Work So if you have trouble Anywhe...

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

* > "f The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1958 PAGE 7 is annual Father-Son Banquet Thursday Jerry Skclt.on, swine pro- duction; Odis Cline, swine produc- *on; Vernon Towler, chapter con- ucting team; Earnest Smith, chapter con- tacting team; Virgil Wilson, chapter con- tacting team, general crops; J. W. Fields, chapter con- ducting team, corn produc- tion: William Pope, chapter con- ducting team, corn and pullet production; Doyce Martin, chapter con- ducting team, crops; Charles Franklin, member of livestock judging team, milk and beef production; Reginald Mclntyre, milk and beef production; W. H. Cromer, milk and beef production; Ennis Hawkins, FFA quiz; Noel Higgins, FFA quiz; and Jim Knight, FFA quiz; In addition, Jerry Skelton was awarded a medal for be- >rahma corral CHATTER urday night, except for the shock of Barbara's accident. Sharon is seen often with Jackie Morris. Patricia Hall was with M. G. Mclntire over the week end. Myra Beth and Leon are not going steady. W...

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

The Naples MONITOR Thursday, march 6, 1958 page 8 PERSONAL Miss Ruby Welch of Dallas spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welch. Mrs. Hugh Ashford of Carbondale also visited with them on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Skelton had as their guests Sunday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stringer of Bryans Mill and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hicks and Linda of Mt. Pleasant. Miss Emma Jean Palmora was a guest over the week end at New Boston with her aunt, and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rutland and fiiftiify. V SHIRTWAIST PURE SILK .... $19.95 Blue or Beige Drip Dry COTTON $11.95 Mango Checks No spring wardrobe is complete without a shirtwaist CHEMISES LINEN CHECK .. $14.95 SILK $22.50 MODIFIED CHEMISES LINENS and COTTON TWEEDS $8.95 up S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Makar- wich and family and Mrs. Ola Moore of Ft. Worth visited here last Sunday with Mrs. Sallie Martin and attended church services at t,he Metho- dist Church. Mr. and Mrs. H. T Morris spen...

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

• ' ■*■■ ■ Monitoring MAIN STREET Cobbler Without Shoes — Mrs. E. A. Strickland, one of our slave laborers, is sick this week so we can tell this one on her. Her husband runs the Sin- ' ciair Service Station here and he makes his living filling up gas tanks. She started driving her car to the hospital last week. She ran out of gas halfway there. — lntm — The Response — Proof that Naples parents do not shirk their duties comes from the response to an appeal here a couple of weeks ago for support, of Scouting and Cub Scout activities. Joe Stallings, Cubmaster, gave this report this week of the Cubs' activities: "If you haven't already no- ticed, parents, your Scouts are making a soldier of you. Also we are making a pretty good showing, and more are com- ing in all the time. We meet every Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Methodist Church. We have fun, but we work, and v/ork hard. "Our pack meeting for all parents and boys is every fourth Tuesday night of each month. We had a very nice crowd l...

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

S® Ifv - W - Mm' BE The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS Guarantee equal representation The filing of candidates for the two places available on me Pewitt school board points up the need tor a more (upaiug agreement lo guarant.ee all parts of the district equal repre- sentation on the board. This is not intended to say that a board composed completely of men from one part of the district would not function equally, well and as fairly as one with equal representation but jealousies of communities makes equal representation imperative. The terms of one member of the board from Omaha and one from Bryans Mill expire this year. None of the Naples places on the board are to be filled this year. Five candidates filed for the two places. One is from Bryans Mill, one from Naples, two from Omaha and one from Cookville. The man from Cookville could logically be con- sidered as a candidate to represent the Omaha section of the school district. All five of the candidates...

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

■v**\ - i The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1958 PAGE 3 DOUGLASSVILLE Quarterly conference planned Sunday nt~ .1$. B. W. Swint re enjoying the nice weather in our section these days and the gardens will soon be blooming. Our fourth quarterly con- ference will be held on March 16 at Union Chapel. The Rev. Tommy Price, district super- intendent of the Texarkana district, will bring the morn- ing message. Lunch will be served at the noon hour. May- be you will be safe to bring a covered dish. Sunday School will be held here at 9:45 a.m. so that the members who wish to hear the Rev. Price will not be late. Ted McCoy of Marietta was a week end visitor with Joe Sanders Baker. Paul Baker was in California this past week. He and Jorden are working at Henderson with a cousin. They usually return home for the week end. Mrs. Bobby Nell Lyt.le was honored at the ItEA auditori- um last Tuesday evening with a miscellaneous shower. She received many lovely gifts. Relatives and friends from Li...

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

iHH Comfortable, Colorful Shoes in Spring Debut 15 women at nursing class , v.. ♦«'. - sss * m * - - J - Fifteen women met at the American Legion Hall Tues- day night to plan t.he home nursing course sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary under the direction of the American Red Cross. The group voted to meet from 7 until 10 p.m. each Thursday beginning March 20 until the 14-hour course ii completed. Registration for the co is still open. Both men a women may take the cours^. *"his open and closed pump offers a little curved heel for spring, HE shoe on the foot this spring will be light and shapely with ittle curved heel that is both tering and comfortable, .eathers are light and supple, ping to the foot in the same r th£t a glove shapes to the id. They offer glowing color, s and combinations of one, i or three colors as well, 'he little curved heel, in com- BY EDNA MILES bination with the sharp toe. makes fashion news this year. This heel is more curved, lower and set nearer the arch of ...

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

BRYANS vii L George Frost moved to Dallas hospital Mrs. Steve Brock tendance was very good ^^Jjrch and Sunday School t/^past week end although there is still some cases of measles and flu in the commu- nity. We are sorry to report that George Frost is still very ill and has been moved from the Naples hospital to Baylor hospital in Dallas. We wish him a speedy recovery. Our sympathy to this family. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Davlin had as Sunday visitors their children, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Walker of Gilmer and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Davlin of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melton visited the past week with his mother. Mrs. Delia Melton, in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melton at- tended t,he funeral of Herbert Floyd at Mt. Pleasant Wednes- day. Mrs. Kate Maxwell and Mrs. James Law and daughter Sa- rah visited with their sister. Mrs. Lura Stacks, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Abston, a "LIFT" with. gJTU £U> Improved Litboline is a su- perior multi-purpose Grease. Used regularly (every 1,000 miles) it stops sq...

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

'f • V !! 4i ■ Wm The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1958 PAGE 6 CHURCH OF CHRIST Rocky Branch, Texas Classes for All Ages Sunday Morning 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m Evening Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study Minister Horace Hampton You Are Always Welcome At the Church of Christ CORNETT Family night at Coraett is big success By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was held at 10:15 a.m. The Rev. Jack Mc- Cants was unable to fill his preaching dat.e because he had the flu. We wish for him a speedy recovery. Elder J. B. Thomas is some improved. Those who visited him over the week end were T)lte IVay J- See 3t By E. B. GERMANY In the development of our great American businesses, organizations and institutions, we have come out with cer- tain expressions that are characteristic, or symbolic, of an activity or the people in- volved. In the realm of entertain- ment the stock motto which bespeaks the fierce devotion of showmen to their trade is "the show must go on." If you've been ar...

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

' rV : V- Pewitt band to present winter concert Friday night I The annual winter concert -*uf the Paul Pewitt Concert iand will be held at 7:30 p.m. -—-.—tiday, March 14. V MF'in interesting and unusual a ' "^Togram has been planned with every musical taste in mind. The program will include "Storm King" march, "Air for Band", "Prince and Pauper" overture, "Malaguena" saxo- phone quartet featuring Patsy McNat.t, Mary Harrod, Edith Scaff and Mary Jo Hicks, "Lustpiel" overture, "La Mas- carada", a Spanish march, "Caprice", a clarinet quartet featuring Wanda Ellis, Mattie Hummel, Sylvia Joiner and Joe Davis, "When You Wish Upon a Star", the famous theme melody from the Walt Disney TV program, "Chiquita Tango", a trumpet trio with Bill McLeckie, Emmett Riner and Thomas Boozer, "Beguine Festival", and "Gypsy Baron" march. The program is planned with an international flavor. The band hopes to have a large crowd present lor the concert. Admission is 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for stud...

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