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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 April 1958

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1958 PAGE 4 History of jonquil, arrangements discussed at garden club meeting Mrs. Lenoy Slider gave the history of the jonquil and Mrs. H. W. McLeckie explain- ed different types of arrange- ments at a meeting of the Jonquil Garden Club Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Reu- ben Cole. Co-hostesses for the meet- ing were Mrs. A. T. Brian and Mrs. W. W. Anthony. Twenty members were present. The Easter theme was car- ried out in the decorations throughout, the house. The dining table held a mass ar- rangement of spring flowers surrounded by Easter eggs. Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, vice president, was in charge of the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. John Hum- mel. A record, "A Tribute to Flowers", by A. F. Estensen, was played. The book, "What to Know About Gardening in East Tex- as", was presented to the club by Mrs. R. D. Bearden in hon- or of the president, Mrs. Hum- mel. The roll call was answered with members giving ga...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 April 1958

SIMMS A ETBC choir presents program Miss Sarah Gauntt "lie choir from East Texas Baptist College presented a program at the James Bowie school last Thursday. After the program they had lunch at the school cafeteria. Then at 5:30 p.m., the members of the Simms Baptist Churcli honored the choir with a chicken supper. After the supper the choir presented a program at the church. A very good number attended to hear the choir sing. A number of students from Jame3 Bowie school made a trip to Hughes Springs Friday to enter the Interscholastic literary events. Lynn Duren won first place in typing, Neva Olsbey won second place in shorthand and 1he spellers each won second place. The winners in spelling were Tersa Batchelor and Bar- bara Meadows, Julia Baugh and Betty Hawkins, and De- lores Colston and Wanda Baugh. Others entering differ- AMLiCO SERVICE KENNY'S Service Station PHONE 7-3181 NAPLES, TEXAS We Give Green Stamps & i n ifiji r f <: Shapely Two-Pfecer "Knit-look" Combed c.„„„...

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

& W>i & The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1958 PAGE 6 Cover crops showing good growth &y R. J. Dean Cover crops ot vetch and «ats and crimson clover are beginning to show rapid growth over t,he county. These crops are two to three weeks behind schedule in their graz- ing production at this season. The wet rainy winter has helped leach out the fertilizers Applied at planting time. The nitrogen fertilizer is wat.er soluable and leaches out more rapidly than the phosphorous and potash. L. J. Forsyth, route 1, Na- ples, top-dressed his oats and Vetch with nitrogen fertilizer about the first of March. He Political Announcements Subject to t,he action of the SPirst 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. (...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 April 1958

the brahma corral THIS 'N THAT Students will enjoy a longer week end this week due to the Easter holidays on Friday and Monday. No complaints have been heard on this situation. Members of the speech class were rather glad Miss Koon went to the literary meet last Friday afternoon. At least, they didn't have to participate in the panel discussions which were scheduled for the day. If anyone would like to hear Miss Goldsmith sing, just plug in her tape recorder in the commercial room and you will hear her version of "Sugar Time". Of course, you might also hear several letters dic- tated at 90 words per minute. Help, girls! Grade school is invading us! Several high school boys have been going with some eighth graders late- ly, and one even attended the Western Week party last Thursday night. Wonder why some of the homemaking girls decided they didn't want to eat the salmon croquettes they made last week? Could it have been because of a roach in the cracker box? Delbert has become just a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 April 1958

fc in The Naples MONITOR thursday, april 3, 1958 page 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Windle Ken- nedy and family of Mt,. Pleas- ant were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hammonds and Mrs. Ed Kennedy. Mrs. E. W. Albright of Mt. Pleasant and Mrs. Bell Cole- man and children of Tyler vis- ited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Kennard Fleming and Linda. Mrs. Ollie Mae Comer of Abilene is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Metta Baker and Mrs. Homer Cole and Mr. Cole. She underwent surgery recently at St. Paul's Hospital at Dallas. Fortuna's CSiemi-Shaped GIRDLES Perfect for your chemise. It forgets your waist, but tapers your hips to right proportions. Made of ny- lon power net, paneled back and sides for extra hip control. Panty or Girdle Style $5.95 - $7.95 S £h S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. Mary Ellen Beatty and Gary visited Sunday at Com- merce with her uncle, Jim Hicks, and he returned home with them to visit a few days in the J. N. Hicks home. Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Brab- ham and Ted ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1958

There'll be music in the square here Saturday night, April 19. • The Joe Davis Combo, a group of eight musicians from the school district, will hold a jam session from 7 until fi p.m. The Combo is an increasing- ly popular musical group § w Combo to hold jam session here April 19th which has reached the finals of a talent search contest be- ing sponsored by a Shreveport television station. It also has been booked for appearances around East Tex- as and in Shreveport. The .public is invited to at- tend the jam session here. There will' be no admission and no hat passing. The free show is being sponsored by The Monitor. The music will include jazz, blues, rock 'n roll, popular music, Latin American and swing music. Appearing with the Combo here for vocal numbers will be the Twilighters, a girls quartet made up of Jeanne Ruth Falls, Dianne and Deette Witt, and Nancy Hawkins. Members of the Combo are its leader, Joe Lane Davis, Jerrol Davis, Reggie Talley, Eugene Warren, Bill McLeck- ie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1958

i rs iifu; The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS 3,000 new industries for the South It has been estimated by state officials at Austin that. 3,000 major new factories will locate somewhere in the South within the next 10 years. Governor Price Daniel has urged the state's new Industrial Commission to get in and pitch for a Texas-size share of the incom- ing wealth and job-making industries. E. B. Germany, the commission's chair- man and president of the Lone Star Steel Company, said the commission would do what- ever it could to attract the industries. Naples need'j to join in the hunt for in- dustry but letter writing, visiting and doorbell ringing is not t,he most effective way to go about it. Interested industrialists have an early question that eliminates many towns like Na- ples before the serious consideration starts. That question is simply this: Why should we choose your town over the tens of thousands of others the same size who also want indus- try? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1958

**** "-w*nr, The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 19i,8 PAGE 3 * r * I 5"; Naples man gets promotion William M. Stauts of Naples has been promoted from a spare parts man in the ware- house to staff assistant, at the Lone Star Steel Plant. Stauts, who lives in the C. J. Vaughan house here, has been employed at Lone Star since June 25, 1957. He had been employed by Southern Meter and Repair before joining Lone Star. KEEP WELL GROOMED The Naples BARBER SHOP CORNETT Church to observe Family Night Friday WILLIAM STAUTS TJIte Way, 3 See 3t By K. B. GERMANY Earlier this week in Shreve- port, the Red River Valley as- sociation held its 33rd annual meeting. If any should ques- tion the necessity for and the effectiveness of the associa- tion, a trip to the annual con- vention serves to allay that fear and to bring home the fact that this organization is invaluable not only to North- east and North Texas, but on a broader scope, to Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma. Enthusiasm for the associ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1958

rr'i - - : m The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1958 PAGE 4 BRYANS MILL Large crowd attends Easter service By Mrs. Steve Brock Attendance was good at church and Sunday School Sunday. Many were home for the holiday and a large crowd attended the Easter hunt at Mr. and Mrs. Homer Abston's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chas- tain and children, Linda and Ricky, visited from Wednes- day until Sunday with Mrs. Chastain's mother, Mrs. Lea Stringer. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Inger- soll and Joey of Lone Star. Visitors in the Steve Brock home were their grandson, Mike Brock of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brock, Robbie and Jack Davlin of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Mancel Kelly visited recently with relatives in Mt. Pleasant. Visitors in the Steve Brock home last week were Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Nelson and chil- dren, Jimmy, Sherry, Steven and Coy of Houston. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Davlin had as holiday visitors Mrs. Del Miller and Mrs. Dora Hen- son of Marietta, Mr. Johnnie and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1958

PERSONAL The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1958 PAGE 5 DALTON PEYTON! PLACE B? INEZ THEATRE Fri.-Sat.-Sun.-Mon. April 11.12-13-14 Adults 90c Children 25c Workers Meeting will be held April 23 SWIMMING klassesi 2 PINK, NO BLUE BEGINNING JUNE Easter holiday guests with ir. ^and Mrs. M. B. Hampton leir sons, Jack Hamp- Dallas and Dan Hamp- Un, a student at the Univer- sity of Texas at Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dawson and children of Dallas visited over the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dawson, and at Marietta with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Robison. Jimmie Harold McDaniel, a student at Texas A and M College, spent the East.er holi- 1 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McDaniel and Ran- dall. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heard, Johnnie Mac and Jimmie of Leonard visited over the week end with his mother, Mrs. M. N. Heard and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Osborn spent, Sunday at Talco with Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Kelly. Their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1958

I The Naples MONITOR ^Thursday, april io, 1958 page 6 DCHJGLASSVILLE Mrs. Robertson entertains class By Mrs. B. W. Swint Mrs. Ruby Robertson enter- tained the members of her Sunday School class at the community house at Union Chapel on Saturday evening. Both of these groups enjoyed games and refreshments. On this beautiful Easter morning, most of us made our way to the church. The B. W. Swints and Mrs. H. O. Allen attended services at Atlanta Methodist Church in the eve- ning. We enjoyed the very im- pressive message in songs and the lesson from Nicodemus given by the past,or, the Rev. Davis. Mrs. Ken Macy of Joliet, Mo. is visiting with relatives and friends here and the Gerald Beavers of Queen City this week. Mrs. Jim Martin McCoy is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin McCoy at Nocona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stafford McCoy of Texarkana this Easter holiday. Mr. and Mrs. St,eele of Rock- port and Don Banting of Cor- pus Christi, Mrs. W. N. Scales and Miss Eunice Sha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1958

. V. ^aifcnfrMk ' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1958 PAGE 7 . Smaller class groups, more reading proposed campus chatter ■ ■ Kathv what's this wa hpar Rrenila iJiarh h: (This is the first of four vs stories relating to the ts of Hale-Aikin commit- rin Morris county.) sailer classes, divisions ac- cording to ability and recogni- tion lor ability and intellectu- al achievement were among the recommendations of the program committee which has just completed a study of the schools in Morris county un- der a statewide Hale-Aikin legislative committee study. The committee recommend- ed more emphasis on formal reading instruction in the higher grades, that four units of English be required in high school and that 12 units be required instead of the nine COMBO PRESENTS MT. PLEASANT PROGRAM The Joe Davis Combo pre- sented the assembly program at Mt. Pleasant high school last Thursday. The Combo played several numbers and accompanied the Twilighters, another Pewitt group, in several ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1958

\ I I The Naples MONITOR "THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Benny Best und family had as their guests over the Easter holidays his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Best, and his grandmother, Mrs. Benton Best, all of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Tigert and son of Ft. Worth and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murphy of Commerce visited last Sat- urday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Forsythe and family. Captain Bob Jones of Aus- tin was a guest over the week end with his sister and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Cluren Vic- ton Moore and daughter. SUTLER SLEEP WEAR Shorty Pajamas NO-IRON BATISTE Size S-M-L $2.98 Shorty Pajamas CHEMISE $3^8 Shorty Pajamas DACRON and COTTON S-M-L Assorted Colors $5.95 Shorty Gowns NO-IRON COTTON $2.98 — $3.98 PUSSE $2.98 — $3.98 is 6- S Shop SPENCER GROCERY MARKET AND LOCKER PLANT NAPLES. TEXAS THESE PRICES GOOD April 11 and 12 SUGAR, 10 lbs 98c DRY SALT BACON, lb 35c Pure Pork S&usage, 3 lbs _ - $1.00 SWIFT'S MELLORINE Vz gal. 45c Kraft's ORANGEADE,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 April 1958

jtnnasfic show will be y:*}$ente<' Monday night If I The physi^l education de- partment at Pewitt high school will give a public gymnastic demonstration Monday night at the school gymnasium. The show will include tum- bling acts, pyramids, dives, Hips and other maneuvers learned by the students. It also will include an ex- hibition of square dancing by high school boys and girls and music by the Joe Davis Com- Cubs go to district derby Three young Naples boys will go to Mt. Pleasant Satur- day afternoon to compete in the second annual running of the Cub Scout Pinewood Rac- ing Derby. They will compete with Cub Scouts throughout the Big Cy- press District at 2:30 p.m. on the north side of t,he court house. Representing Naples \ ..i be Mike Bottoms, Tommy Griffin and Ronnie Franklin. They will be among about 183 boys who will be trying for the top prize. The first place winner will receive a trophy and consola- tion prizes will be awarded lo the second and third place winners. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 April 1958

«, njLiM III fti W , .. ,, \ : wl J If §; I The Naples MONITOR thursday, april 17, 1958 page 2 cornett VIEWPOINTS Poultry as an industry The poultry industry could be an answer to the dwindling farm population in the Naples area. Five persons interested in poultry opera- tions discussed the business at the chamber of commerce meeting here Monday night. They gave some thought-provoking fig- ures and tempered their own enthusiasm for the business by stressing that it requires hard work. Among the things they said were these: A person can get into the egg producing business for a total cost of about $3 per bird. The net profit, per bird per year is about $2, and will sometimes go as high as $4. One man can take care of about 2,500 laying chickens and, with an average return, should net about $5,000 profit. Each laying hen will put in circulation in an area about $10 or more per year. If the figures are correct, and there is no reason to believe that they are not, the poultry business, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 April 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1958 DOUGLASSVILLE m IV * ivo women hurt seriously in wreck By Mrs. B. W. Swint You are urged to attend an important meeting at the school auditorium this Tues- day evening at 7:30 p.m. Ev- eryone should be interested in this meeting. Be there. Texarkana District will hold its annual Vacation Church Institute Thursday night at 7 o'clock at the Tapp Memorial Methodist Church in New Bos- ton. All Vacation Bible School workers are urged to attend this meeting. Tragedy has come our way again. Mrs. B. F. Cox and Mrs. Willie McCall had planned to visit a friend, Mrs. Newlin, on Friday afternoon about, 5 p.m. As they turned from the high- way to the side road, a car hit them when the driver topped the hill. Mrs. Cox is in St. Michael's Hospital and Mrs. MrCall is in Texarkana Hos- piici. The driver of the other car was not seriously injured. Friends and relatives have been visiting l.hem this week end. Wc send best wishes to these friends for a speedy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 April 1958

A tM* ie Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRiL 17, 1958 PAGE 4 PS ** MP. IRSl :'•••:• •: '■ ■■ . Wmm :; ieiltli Engagement announced Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Randall announce the engagement of their daughter. Virginia, of Class holds monthly social Sixteen members attended the regular monthly meeting of the Mary Martha Sunday School Class at the home of Mrs. Jack Coker Monday night. Miss Helen Leonard. Mrs. Waymon Tenbrook and Mrs. Robert Gregory served as co- hostesses. A business meeting was con- ducted by Mrs. Chester Mil- ton Coker, the class presi- dent. A delicious dessert plate was served to the group. CARD OF THANKS We take this means of ex- pressing our appreciation to all of you who were so very thoughtful of us during the long period of illness and the death of our loved one. We especially appreciate the food, the flowers, and the other ex- pressions of sympathy at our loss. We will remember your kind acts. May God bless each of you. * The family of f Mrs. C. E. Hear...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 April 1958

ih, j The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1958 PAGE 5 adventure Skills Umcs Swimming Horseback Riding Campcraft July 7-11 • July 14-18 DAINGERF1ELD STATE PARK Boys & Girls 6-11 years For Further Information See BETTY WALKER Naples, Texas DALTON Local man enters veterans hospital! By Mrs. J. H. Cromer Several visitors were pres- ent for church and Sunday School Sunday. Bro. Unyne brought two good messages. Visitors in the Rufus Robin- son and William Simmons home over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Robin- son and children of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robinson of Louisiana, and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wommack and boys of Marshall. Mrs. Alice Sterling spent Z)fie %Vay, 3 See 3t By E. B. GERMANY (NOTE: Following are ex- cerpts from the President's Report to Lone Star Steel Company stockholders as pre- sented by Mr. Germany at the annual meeting held in Dallas last Tuesday.) To look at the current situa- tion candidly and factually, we must recognize that the first quarter e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 April 1958

MMfl ■ ■Kw The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1958 PAGE 6 Vf; t) o s K n R h> di to d< w. Pi al th lc. de .es U th pr loi kii " V:S Track team goes to Kilgore Members of the Pewitt track team which won the Texarkana College relays and will go to the reglional meet at Kilgore Friday include the four boys above. They are, left to right, Jackie Skelton, Earnest Smith, Austin Doolittle and Ray Johnson. Shown with them is the trophy they received as the winners of the college relays. Brahmas win college relays The Pewitt Brahma track and field team won first place in the Texarkana College meet Saturday, beating out eight other area teams. The Brahmas massed 35 points and were trailed in second place by Broken Bow, Okla. with 31 5-6 points and Hooks third with 28 1-3 points. Other teams entered in the meet were New Boston, Pitts- burg, Queen City, DeKalb, Hughes Springs and Linden. Pewitt had three first places in the meet. Ray Johnson won the 440 yard dash, Earnest Smit,h the d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 April 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1958 PaGE 7 hy Pay Rent? 2 bed room house TO MOVE TO YOUR LOT 956 sq. ft Living Area Only <>2795. Can be moved, pli sink, finish hardwoj paint or varnish wc We can furnish lot! dition. Ready for yot I with bath fixtures, kitchen )ors, finish sheet rock and c for $1,500.00. 300.00 in South Heights Ad- pection. 3 bedroom house Living room, big kitchen, bath fully equipped and tied on to sewer and gas. Ready to live in. 180x185 ft. lot in Hampton Addition to the City of Omaha. Only $4975. OTHER HOUSES FOR SALE IN NAPLES Little League Ball Fans Ball bats Gloves Baseballs Tennis players Balls and Rackets Time to paint up and save your investment. More SWP Paint sold than any other brand. Hampton Builders Supply sold over 2000 gallons of SWP Paint in Naples trade territory last year. Why not join your neigh- bors and use the best. Complete stock of fishing supplies and hunting equipment. Guns, water coolers and ammunition. FARMERS Barb wire, 30...

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