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

/ . The Naples MONITOR Thursday, march 13, 1958 page 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. James Hott, liruce and Linda, of Houston, Visited from last, Wednesday until Tuesday with her father, E. L. Coker. Miss Beverly Archer, a stu- dent at Texas Women's Uni- versity at Denton, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Archer, and her grandmother, Mrs. Mc- Cleave. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Welch spent several days this past week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nevill^in Bry- an. Spring Sweaters Cotton Bulky Knit White Beige Red $5.95 It sill?— NEW SHIPMENT OF Blouses Cottons and Dacrons Bloussons, Middy and Tie Tails Solid Colors and Prints Sizes 28-40 $2.98 up jS 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away SPENCER GROCERY Re- MARKET AND LOCKER PLANT NAPLES. TEXAS THESE PRICES GOOD March 14 and 15 |;.y is *• SUGAR, 10 lbs 98c TALL HORN BACON, lb 55c Pure Pork Sausage, 3 lbs _ _ $1.00 Maryland Club COFFEE lb can 89c Sunshine KRISPY CRACKERS, lb box 27c DRY SALT BACON, No. 1, lb _ ...

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

Level of Lake Texarkana may be raised this summer tie level of Lake Texarkana may be aised ten feet during the summer t.his year. The Corps of Engineers is considering a plan to hold the water level at 230 feet above sea level from June 1 to Sept. 15. The present lake level is 220 feet. The plans to raise the level were an- nounced by Howard Carney, a member of the Texas Game and Fish Commission, at a meeting of the Four Stat.es Wildlife Association Tuesday night at Texarkana. The lake is primarily intended for flood control but is expected to become a good fishing place within a short time. However, the lake has been a disap- pointment in its appearance because the low level of the water left it with a boggy " swamp appearance in much of the upper area of it. Sportsmen hope the level will be raised permanently as soon as possible. The plan advanced by the Corps of En- gineers still lacks the final approval of several other interested groups. It is believed that all of t.he groups f...

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

VIEWPOINTS I; 1: I I v Million dollar net - and no taxes While the big majority of American peo- ple and all of the businesses are heavily t,axed by the federal government on their incomes, there is one type of organization that gets by without so much as a token payment. Those organizations are the labor unions. While their incomes dwarf many so-called 'big businesses', they pay nothing to the fed- eral government in taxes on that income. The International Brotherhood of Team- sters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America, headed by Jimmy Hoffa, included a financial statement in its publication for the month of March. The statement showed the Teamsters had total assets of $41,211,903.21. Certainly a busi- ness with holdings of that size could not be classed as small and any such business would be faced with heavy taxes each year. The union showed a net revenue for the year 1957 of $1,186,573.78. They paid no taxes on this income to the federal government except the relativ...

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

Value Days Friday Saturday Monday Men's Overalls 10 oz, triple stitched & sanforized | Special 2.65 Men's 10 oz leans Sanforized 1.79 Woik Sox 39c Value 3 Pair for 1.00 Stietch Sox 50c Value 3 Pair for *1.00 Table of Shoes Values to $7.95 Yours for s2.00 a Pair Ladies Slips One group of $3.95 Values New on!y 2J9 80 sq. prints and broadcloth 49c Value 3 Yards for s1.00 Cannon Hose Red Hot Special 49c Pair Children's Rayon Panties| 4 Pair s1.00 BUY NOW FOR EASTER Use our Easy Lay-Away Plan The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1958 PAGE 3 DOUGLASSVILLE Methodist revival will start March 30 Rose growers need to treat bushes early By Mrs. B. W. Swint The Pre-Easter Revival will be held here at the Methodist Church starting on March 30 and continuing through the week with the pastor, the Rev. Louis Knight., bringing the messages. You are invited to attend. Several from here attended the quarterly meeting at Un- ion Chapel Sunday morning. The Rev. Tommy Price of Tex- arkana brought a...

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

■ T The Woman's Angle ' & | f \ The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1958 PAGE 4 Miss Marilyn Smith becomes bride of Billy Williams Saturday night A profusion of tall cathe- dral tapers burning in white branched candelabras lighted the sanctuary of the Oakridge Baptist Church in Marietta, where Miss Marilyn Smith and Billy Williams were united in marriage at .6 o'clock Saturday evening, March 15. The Rev. Morris Hill offi- ciated in the exchange of nup- tial vows. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Tom B. Smith and the late Mr. Smith. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Williams of Naples. Further decorating the wed- ding scene was an arch gar- landed with woodwardia and with a sunburst arrangement at the apix with white satin bows on uituer side. Pedestal baskets of ruffled white glad- ioli, stock and specimen mums flanked the arch and branch- ed candelabra. Completing the altar with the background of palm trees and emerald was the prie dieu with satin bows centered wi...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1958 PAGE 5 pita Admitted James Wayne Wommack of Naples, surgery, dismissed. Mrs. Charley Madison of Cookville, surgery, dismissed. Lon Bohannan Jr. of Na- ples, medical. Mrs. James Turner of Dain- gerfield, medical, dismissed. Mrs. Homer Collins of Na- ples, medical, dismissed. Mrs. A. A. Hodges of Na- ' pies, medical. James C. Forrest of Dain- gerfieid, surgery, dismissed. Clyde Floyd of Marietta, medical. Mrs. Horace Freeman of Naples, medical. Betty Ann Richardson of Naples, medical. R. O. McMichael of Naples, medical. Clifton Brock of Naples, medical, dismissed. Mrs. Venoy Daniel of Pitts- burg. medical. Mrs. Betty Jean Overstreet of Daingerfield, medical. Mrs. Joe P. Taylor Sr. of Omaha, medical. Mrs. Opal Reavis of Omaha, medical. Mrs. Kenneth Steed of Daingerfield, medical. Mrs. Betty E. Durham of Maud, medical. Others Dismissed Miss Ludine Freeman of Naples. Mrs. James H. Dennis of Daingerfield. Mrs. Bernice Kirkland of Naples. Bob Sca...

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

i w is. W-- I The Naples MONITOR Thursday, march 20, 1958 mi PAGE 6 % ■' • •' ■' i ■ :• Future Teachers install officers, get charter Officers of the H. T. Morris chapter of tjie Future Teach- ers of America were installed at a ceremony Monday night at Pewitt sc.lool. Joe Lano Davis was install- ed as president, Lillyan Tom- berlain as vice president, Bet- ty Nance secretary, Barbara Ellis treasurer, Diane Witt historian, Deette Witt, librari- an, Nancy Hawkins song lead- er, and Carolyn Hanes re- porter. Miss Hanes led the invoca- tion for the charter night and installation ceremony and the pledge to the flag and FTA pledge was led by Miss Tom- berlain. Nancy Hawkins led the FTA songs. F. M. Adams, high school principal, presented the char- ter, and Frank C. Bean, Pew- itt, superintendent, conducted the installation ceremony. H. T. Morris, for whom the chapter was named, and Mrs. Morris, made talks. Wanda Ellis gave the bene- diction. I TELEVISION OWNERS IN THE Marietta VICINITY Fo...

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

- The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1958 PAGE 7 Smith breaks discus record at Hooks campus chatter MRS wL Earnest Smith broke the Hooks Hornet Relays record in the discus throw last Sat- urday with a heave of 133 feet and six inches. His throw, together with a rash of third and fourth plac- ings by the Pewitt team, gave the Brahmas fourth place in the meet. The 30 teams in the meet made up such a strong field that, the first place team, Tex- arkana, Ark. high school, set ten new records and tied one. Hooks was the second place team and Daingerfield third. The Brahmas placed third in the 440-yard run and the 440-yard relay, and placed fourth in the shot put, the 220-yard dash, the mile relay and the 880-yard run. Ray Johnson came in third in the 440 and the 440 relay team of Sonny McNatt, Ray Johnson, Tommy Young and Billy Joe Smith also came in third. The mile relay team finish- ed fourth, Ennis Hawkins was fourth in the 880-yard run, Austin Doolittle was fourth in the shot put...

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

0 ^ 7T The Naples MONITOR ^URSDAY, MARCH 20, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Skeet Welch and Mrs. Clarence Russell vis- ited Sunday with relatives at Jacksonville. William Robison of Dallas spent; the week end with his mother, Mrs. W. W. Robison. Walter Floyd of Shreveport spent, the day Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Irving Floyd. Mrs. Annie Stewart of Dal- las has been visiting friends here this week. Mrs. Frank Davidson of Dallas is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Giles. i 1 ,1 |J ■i LET US HELP YOU GET DRESSED FOR THE Easter Parade WE HAVE Easter Bonnets TO WEAR WITH Chemises • Modified Chemises • Shirtwaist Dresses JUST ARRIVED Cotton Knit Co-ordinates 2-PIECE SIZES 10-16 Colors: Navy, red, blue $9.95 USE OUR LAY-AWAY S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away r .i SPENCER GROCERY MARKET AND LOCKER PLANT NAPLES, TEXAS THESE PRICES GOOD March 21 and 22 SUGAR, 10 lbs TALL HORN BACON, lb 98c 55c m <+• ) i Pure Pork Sausage, 3 lbs _ - $1.00 Extra Fancy Delicious APPLES lb 10c Kim...

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

The MONITOR VOLUME 72 72 Years Old - and New Every Week NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1958 i NUMBER 35 Rolls onto highway Driverless car demolished A driverless car was de- molished last Saturday night when it rolled onto highway 67 near Omaha and was struck by another car. The car was owned by Joe D. Heard and had been left parked in front of an Omaha skating rink by Heard's son, Wendell. While the boy was fnside the skating rink, the car roll- ed away and onto the high- way. A westbound car with three young Titus county men in it rammed into the Heard car. State Highway Patrolman ' . X ... ■■H99 WRECKAGE OF THE HEARD CAR f Monitoring MAIN STREET Others Please Note — The Ben Franklin Store will blossom out later this week with a brand new aluminum awning on its store front. It is going to do two t.hings: ^irst, it is going to make Bei. Franklin's look a whole lot better. Second, it is going to make all of the rest of the old ones look a whole lot worse. With spring here and war...

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

• '• ;v f , £ rj <• m fie Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1958 W*p f' PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS Telephone a luxury? I THINK HE'S v\r*;\M6 n .^ersonrl CRLL jON CO^PRMY a.a.1 One and a half billion dollars in taxes were paid during 1957 by United States tele- phone subscribers — 28 cents out of every dollar the telephone industry received for service. Most people think of the taxes paid out by the telephone company as coming out of the company's pockets, but every tax dol- lar the company pays out it must first take in from telephone users. There is no other way. Facts point out that the telephone in- dustry is carrying its share of the country's tax load. In addition to the one and a half billion dollar annual payment in taxes, there is another tax burden piled on top of that. This is the federal excise tax, or 10 per cent over and above that already mentioned. In 1957 this increased the total U.S. tax on telephone service by an additional five hun- dred and fifty million dollars. Your...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1958 PAGE 3 SIMMS d Union people honor seniors There's no recession in the livestock business iy Miss Sarah Gauntt The seniors at James Bowie will be honored with a supper Friday night by the people of the Old Union community. N. G. Watts of Naples hon- ored the James Bowie Pirates, the state champions, with a st,eak supper Saturday night. The boys carried their dates, then afterwards Mrs. W. W. McNatt invited them to attend the show at the Inez Theatre. The Brotherhood of the Political Announcements Subject to the action of the First Democratic PrimaVy 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, Bea? 2-3 Fred Zimmerm...

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

(V. * - ,71 . ■ r •? he Woman's Angle m l£|p^' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1958 WSm I PAGE 4 Mtu Pleasant woman shows flower arrangements at Garden Club meeting Mrs. C. E. Boozer was host- ess to the Naples Garden Club last week for a meeting in her home. Mrs. Virene Weathers- by and Mrs. E. E. Shirey serv- ed as co-host,esses. The house was beautifully decorated with the Easter theme. The coffee table held an arrangement of white hy- cinth, snow drops, and purple grape hycinth. Purple stock in milk glass was on the lamp table and the mantle held Ja- ponica and four matching candles. The dining table was cov- ered with white linen tloth centered with an Easter ar- rangement of yellow King Al- fords, violets, pink geraniums, a large white rabbit and col- ored eggs. The president, Mrs. Billy Ted Coker, welcomed the guests and the new member, Mrs. M. N. Heard. A meeting of the flower show committee was called to decide whether the club will have a show and to set the date. T...

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

bryans mill Legion and Auxiliary offer building Uncle Dock Stringer honored at dinner ,or use as communitycenter spring revival started MKT Sunday and the attend- . ancc has been good. Bro. Moody is bringing some very good messages. All are invited to come and be with us. Uncle Dock Stringer was honored with a birthday din- ner in his home Sunday on his 87th birthday. Relatives present were Mrs. Ettye Rob- inson, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stringer, Mrs. Lea Stringer, Miss Mildred Stringer and Mrs. Carl Lyons and children, Sherry, Danny and Carl, all of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brock, Robbie and Scott of Omaha, Mrs. J. D. Cobb, Ricky and Dale of Naples, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stringer and children, Junetta, Larry and Caribeth, • and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brock. Afternoon visi- tors were Elmer Stringer and Mrs. Emma Henson. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Har- rison and Leroy visited this week end in Ft. Worth with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Mor- gan, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie D. Viard, and Mr. and M...

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

3n_ 13E355555i The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1958 PAGE 6 I It 11 a I mrs Department Store Naples, Texas W ■ l, -! Sf <^r Ladies Easter Hats A pert and perky Easter bonnet, with or with- out the frills upon it, is a must for the well- dressed lady on Easter morn. Get your pick of the lot. There's one here for you for only . . . $2.98 to $4.95 LADIES GLOVES 98c to $1.98 LADIES SPRING BAGS $2.98 to $4.95 WT LADIES NYLON PANTIES 59c to 98c V : §Q0 S3> ' \ I . ™* U T LADIES CANNON NYLON HOSE Seamless and Regulars $1.00 pair LADIES FANCY SLIPS $2.98 to $4.95 % 4-. *::Ci ,<L| t Little Girls Hat & Purse Sets Bunny cuties to make that Little Miss strut proudly. All sizes, all styles. See them. $2.98 Little Girls Easter Dresses As up-to-date as tomorrow. As pretty as an Easter sunrise. Bargain priced, too. $2.98 to $5.95 Cr '' PEPPERELL 81x99 SHEETS $2.29 VALUE Special $1.95 Sale Starts March 26 and lasts' through April"®^ We Are Happy to Announce Some of Our New Nationa...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1958 PAGE T k, the brahma corral Two FFA boys and advisor attend livestock show at Mt. Pleasant Virgil Wilson and Charles Thigpen, Pewitt Future Farm- ers, and R. D. Bearden, ad- visor, attended t.he Northeast Texas Junior Livestock Show in Sulphur Springs Friday and Saturday. Virgil Wilson's pen of three Leghorn laying hens won the grand champion award in the poultry division; Charles Thig- pen's pen of three I^eghorn laying hens won the reserve champion award. Virgil's foundation flock was given him last spring by Herman Walters of the L and W Farm Supply. Virgil raised 43 laying hens from the 50 chicks furnished him. Pewitt's FFA Chapter York- shire sow and litter was awarded first, place in the bacon-type sow and litter class. She was later awarded the reserve champion female Dr. L. D. Lawler OPTOMETRIST Witt Bldg., So. Side Sq. Mt. Pleasant Ph. PA4-4774 Office Closed All Day On Wednesday swine title of both the meat and bacon type. Two jud...

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

The Naples MONITOR PAGE 8 THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1958 ■ ■ mm w I PERSONAL Arvil Nevill of Dallas was a guest over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shults and Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ashford of Carbondale visit,ed Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It J. Welch. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hol- «ombe and Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McNatt were visi- tors at Dallas last Friday. Judy Hampton of Linden is Visiting this week with her grandparent;?, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton, and her aunt, Miss Pat Hampton. Easter Fashions DIP N' DRY CHEMISE 2-piece Blouson Bow ffont. One of the easiest t.o wear Made of Frossette — Cotton Needlepoint Black Apricot White Navy Sizes 10-18 $9.98 New Shipment Of HATS BAGS GLOVES and JEWELRY S & S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harvey over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harvey and chil- dren of Peoria, 111. and Miss Ramona Harvey of Houston. Thomas Harvey was on his way to Albuquerque, N. M. He is employe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 April 1958

Youngster adopts pigeon - learns he's a lost racer ■ - No more cotton Old gin will be torn down The Farmer's Co-Op Gin — a memorial to the changing economic pattern of the area — will be torn down this year and the land made available for other use. Chester E. Coker, secretary and treasurer of thp Gin Com- pany, said the building and the equipment would either be sold to someone who wants to tear it down and move it or the building would be torn down and the materials sold. Monitoring MAIN STREET There's nothing really,ex, elusive about that traffic tick- et we got last, week in Bow:? county. There is a whole flock of Naples people who collected similar mementoes for their sins of the road. So many, in fact, that we're considering forming a $20.50 Club with the membership rules relaxed enough to in- clude those who have ben fortunate enough to get off for $16.50 and those less for- tunate who were tapped f ,r $25.50 or more. The club would be limited to members who paid the fid- dle...

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

m The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1958 PAGE 2 : . .. its!: VIEWPOINTS Help name your board members Your school board serves as a board of directors of one of the largest and most im- portant businesses in this area. The school has one of the biggest, pay- rolls in the area and its other financial obli- gations make it necessary that the very best men available be chosen to administer the school's business. It is the privilege and the duty of every qualified voter in the school district, to help decide who will serve on the board. The voters will exercise that privilege and discharge that duty Saturday. There are two vacancies on the board to be filled. The district is fortunate in having five men who have offered to give of their time to serve in one of the most time-consum- ing and oftimes thankless jobs that exists. Regardless of your choice of candidates for the two jobs, be a good citizen and make that choice known Saturday. It is our opinion that any two of the five candi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 April 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1958 PAGE 3 * Farm loan housing program expanded The farm loan housing program has been expanded to speed up farm building construc- tion improvement and to act as an additional anti-recession measure. Under the expanded plan, an owner of a farm in agricultural production and on which the operator plans to produce at least $400 worth of farm commodities for sale or home use may qualify for the four per cent long term housing loan if he meets other standard eligibility requirements. Formerly an eligible applicant had to own a farm that produced a more substantial part of the operator's annual cash income. Loans may be made to build, improve or rfltiair farm homes or other essential farm Wildings, and to provide water for farmstead and household use. The loans can help meet many other needs for farm and farm home modernization such as adding bathrooms, utility rooms, better kitchens, and many other MARIETTA improvements to the home as well as to f...

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