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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 April 1958

The Naples MONITOR thursday, april u, 1958 page 8 i dreamed 1 posed lor a fashion ad in tny mak'enform bra As Heard On Radio Look twice at the,new maiden form9 bra Berets the first and only elastic bra thafs firm where a bra should be firm! One look! You see a light, fantastic elastic bra. It's flexible as you are, — breathes as you breathe. It's cut criss-cross under the arms... keeps its just- bought shape, feels like next to nothing on! Another look) You see the cups are fashioned of silky cotton broadcloth, circular-stitched to mould and hold you as you'd expect only from the finest embroidered-cup bras! And there's broadcloth be- tween the cup3 for separation...broadcloth straps for superior support! A, B, C cups... $3.95 S & S SHOP Spencer Grocery MARKET AND LOCKER PLANT NAPLES. TEXAS THESE PRICES GOOD April 18 and 19 SUGAR, 10 lbs 98c PINTO BEANS, 2 lb cello 19c Pure Pork Sausage, 3 lbs _ _ $1.00 Netex, Fresh, Not Frozen FRYERS lb 29c Swift's Honey Cup MELLORINE, Vi gallo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 April 1958

* The Pewitt concert band 7 won top honors in Conference A at the Region XV playing and sight reading contest last Thursday at Commerce. The band received a First Division rating in sight read- ing and a Second Division rat- ing in concert playing. It was the only band in its class to win a Fiiat Division rating and only two other bands of the 29 entered in all L t A revival meeting will start Sunday at the First Baptist Church and continue through the week. Services will be held at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. each day. The Rev. M. E. McGlamery, pastor of the Hampton Place Fire damages Carver gym A fire that started from a can of gasoline did slight dam- age at Carver high school last Friday morning. A door of the gymnasium was burned slightly and the room suffered smoke damage. Fire departments from Na- ples and Omaha answered the call to the school. Monitoring MAIN STREET Help Wanted — We've said it before but we will say it again: When Naples folks get too busy to help out with youth p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 April 1958

' • ' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1958 PAGE 2 ■r s ■ 1 I VIEWPOINTS IVY BETTS Fcr Justice ef the Peace MARIETTA What to do in case of a tornado Radio and television stations this year ob- viously will repeat their 1957 scare tactics re- garding tornado warnings to commercialize on the fears of a large number of people in the East Texas area. Their dramatic "tornado warnings" may increase the size of their audience but it does nothing to help the nerves of an individual who may have more than the average fear of windstorms. There is no universal protection against tornadoes but you may as well know the best possible action to protect yourself if a storm is approaching. Here are safety rules issued by the United States Weather Bureau: 1. When time permits, go to a tornado cellar, cave, or underground excavation. 2. If you are in open country, move at right angles to the tornado's path. If there is no time to escape, lie flat in the nearest de- pression such as a ditch or ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 April 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1958 PAGE 3 S 3 8, STRAW HAT mm IS HERE Look your best in an Adam hat Buy now during our FRE-SEASON SALE *1.98 Value.... Mow s1.75 2 J8 'lake Mow *2.65 * 3.85 Value Now -3.50 *5.66 VaSbe Mow 4.50 if i If 'S SUMMER SLACKS $6.95 Value _ _ S7.95 Vatee $9.95 Value _ _ Now $5.00 Now *6.00 Now S8.0Q Tropical Weight Pants EVladc of Wool and Dacron *12.95 Value Mow *13.95 MEN and BOYS SPORT SHIRTS l i * Many Patterns and Colors to select from $1.98 *2.88 *3.85 Garrett's Department Store CORNETT Commission on Education organized Miss Mary Asice Nolan becomes bride of Don Brown in Florida ceremony Miss Mary Alice Nolan, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lew- is K. Nolan of Fernandina Beach, Fla. became the bride of B. B. Don Brown, the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown of Omaha, in a ceremony at Memorial Methodist Church at Fernandina Beach. The windows of the church were decorated with lighted white tapers set among native foliage. The altar was banked with gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 April 1958

1 .. ' • .. • « The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1958 PAGE 4 Miss Merle Jean Thigpen engaged to Mt. Pleasant man; wedding May 3 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thig- pen announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Merle Jean, to A-3C Robert E. Kennedy, son of the Rev. and Mrs. 0. L. Ken- nedy of Mt. Pleasant. The wedding will be solemn- ized Saturday afternoon, May 3, at 4:30 p.m. in the home of the bride's parents with the Rev. Kennedy officiating. Farewell party given for Mrs. Bill Coker Mrs. Billy Ted Coker was honored with a farewell bridge luncheon last Thursday at the ho ne of Mrs. E. W. Rountree. "Ii Joe Fulcher and Mrs. Jack Coker were co-hostesses. Fifteen guests were served a luncheon of chicken spa- ghetti, green beans, congealed salad and dessert parfaits. The luncheon tables were covered with white damask cloths and had "goodbye" in gold lettered on pink satin ribbon. A white carnation cor- sage maline, and pink artifi- cial flowers c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 April 1958

DALTON Raja keeps church attendance low J. H. Cromer attendance for church fees Sunday was low due to me rainy weather. Bro. Leslie Simmons and wile spent several days last week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson and Wil- liam Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shipp of Texarkana visited Sunday aft- ernoon with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellington and boys. Mr and Mrs. Son Martin and f jmily of Daingerfield vis- ited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs , Herm Wommack. Mrs. Elsie England and Mrs. H. D. Brock and Sherrilyn Kay were shopping in Texar- kana Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mont- gomery and son of Greenville visited last week with Mrs. SIMMS Montgomery's mother, Mrs. Kate Carlisle and Marcelle. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Carlisle and family also visited with Mrs. Carlisle at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wom- mack and boys visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson. Mrs. Perry Knighton, Sue and James were shopping in Texarkana Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons and son are spending some lime ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 April 1958

' v - ' - "-N.. ;> i •? r i# * ■«. A" ■mm The Naples MONITOR , THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1958 PAGE 6 PRICE REDUCED • SAVE $130 . .y.vMW.. . •MIAV.....W.VlVlV<M«.AM«.^ .. true zero degree freezer, holds up.to 76 lbs. of frozen foods . • lillissi !. vl' Si;; automatic defrost ,-;* REFRIGERATOR WITH REVOLVING SHELVES :•••? -:x. • ,*i. \ ; •• v • il^H Big 11.4 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER COMBINATION MAGNETIC DOOR Child-safe—no latches. Opens at touch of toe, closes automatic- ally, silently. REVOLVING SHELVES All food at your fingertips. Fully adjustable up or down even when loaded. TRUE ZERO-DEGREE FREEZER Separately insulated and refrig- erated. Freezer liner is alumi- num for quick freezing. AUTOMATIC-DEFROST REFRIGERATOR No clocks to set, no pans to empty. Defrosting is completely automatic. Model LM-11P SEE ALL THESE other convenient General Electric features: Foot Pedal Door Opener, New Pink In- terior, Adjustable Door Shelves, 5-Year Warranty on Refrigerating Unit, Porcelain Veg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 April 1958

2 bed TI19 Naples THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1958 PAGE 7 (he brahma corral house Annual staff gets year books hy Pay Rent? room TO MOVE TO YOUR LOT 956 sq. ft. Living Area Only $2795. Can be moved, plumbed with bath fixtures, kitchen sink, finish hardwood floors, finish sheet rock and paint or varnish woodwork for $1,500.00. We can furnish lot for $300.00 in South Heights Ad- dition. Ready for your inspection. 3 bed room 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 SPORTING GOODS I BALL GLOVES and BATS BASEBALLS I TENNIS BALLS TENNIS RACKETS GOLF BALLS FISHING SUPPLIES Watch for our line of OUTBOARD MOTORS See us for your improve- ment and repair loan. NOTHING DOWN — First payment in July. 3(5 Months to pay. Try our new budget plan on anything we sell costing over $50. 10'< down and up to 24 months on the balance. CAMPUS CHATTER SEE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 April 1958

& ^ ■ III 'S>. The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wommack were Mr. and Mrs. Stringer Wommack of Linden, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wommack of Ma- rietta, Mrs. Merle Kroll of Shreveport, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- chie Wommack and son of JDaingerfield, and Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Franklin of Naples. Their guests Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Wommack and Mrs. Abernathy and Dave of Birmingham, Ala. Ship'n Shore* new summer blouses Summer begins here... with Ship'n Shores. Come see our new, new collection of fashion looks. Long-line overblouses! Beautiful scoops! French-line blousons! Action shirts! New Tie-Tails*! Shirtibles®! And many more! Sizes 28 to 40. mBE0. APPL. FOR no-iron Dacron-pima... Silky broadcloths... Touch'n Go* seersuckers.. lovely linens... airy batistes... luxury knits... crisp piques... rich embroideries... woven ginghams! Mrs. Oscar Howard of Madi- sonville visited several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1958

' fefwlP '4$f 1 iir Atlanta Man to speak \l Masons Tom Cope of Atlanta will be the principal speaker at the Masonic "Master Mason Obligation Nite" to be held here next Monday night. The meeting will be held at the local lodge hall beginning at 7:30 p.m. Cope is an Atlanta attorney. Grand Master John Kem- merer has proclaimed that this service be held in all of the lodges in the state of Tex- as and has urged all members to attend. Refreshments will be serv- ed. The MONITOR 72 Years Old - and New Every Week VOLUME 72 NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1958 NUMBER 40 PTA Festival is postponed The Pewitt PTA's Spring Festival originally planned for this Thursday night has been postponed indefinitely because of the bad weather. Mrs. Joe Fulcher, presi- dent, said the Festival will be re-scheduled after the weather settles down. The extended forecast is for the rain to continue through the week end. 500 more laid off at Lone Star Steel Lone Star Steel company furloughed an additional 500 emp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1958 PAGE 2 I ' VIEWPOINTS Time for positive action The continued increase in unemployment over the nation is making it obvious that slo- gans and political promises are not enough to reverse the downward trend in business. The administration and a large part of congress apparently are convinced that a few reassuring words will turn the tide of the re- cession and the nation's economy will be on the boom again. The unemployment figures are enough reason for pessimism by themselves but with the loss of overtime pay to a large part of the country's factory workers, the buying power of the average American family has been cut heavily. To end the recession, that buying power must be increased. It can not be increased until something has been done to stimulate buying, thereby stimulating production and increasing employment to take care of that production. An immediate cut in taxes which affect the price of goods at the consumer level will increase buy...

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

• ; -.•! • ■ - /n I-'.' r.v; 4^ v v ■ -.: • . mW( 4- m,,i •••. : ik , y,„, . _ Changes planned in Pewitt School progra There'll be some changes made in the instructional set- up at Pewitt school starting with the fall term. The purpose of the changes will be to continue to hold pupils and to recognize schol- arship. The conservative shift in school policy is a result of the disagreement between the lay- man's philosophy that an edu- SIMMS cation should prepare one to "make a living" and the edu- cators' doctrine that education should "adjust" the child. Here are changes that will be made in the Pewitt ele- mentary school next term: The elementary grades will ba divided into two sections based on achievement, or readiness. The grades will be known by the grade number Seniors leave Friday on annual trip By Miss Sarah Gauntt The Junior class at James Bowie is very busy these days. The Juniors are planning the Junior-Senior banquet to be held May 9 at the Grim Hotel in Texarkana. The Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1958

impton eader i Hampton was or a promotion ie WSCS meeting jrnoon at the urch. pton read the .1 the 12th chap- s and also made mbassadors For Melvin Hicks' fake Account of eeting was held vice president. >ers were pres- ol board will at 7:30 p.m. 11 meet at 4 idist Church. harden Club lome of Mrs. ':30 p.m. Vomen s Club on at Bohan- Miss Sara Presley weds Cecil Teeters of Daingerfield Saturday afternoon Wise baby girl is christened Betty Grace Wise, the baby daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Wise, was christened Sunday in a ceremony at the Trinity Episcopal Church at Marshall. The Rev. Henry Selcer, a re- tired minister, performed the ceremony in the presence of relatives and friends. Mrs. Joe Fulcher of Naples and Mrs. Margie Rosborough of Marshall were Godmothers and the Rev. David Herron of Mt. Pleasant is the Godfather. After the ceremony, the group went to the home of Dr. Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wise, for a buffet supper. Those from Naples who at- tended the service w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1958

' CORNETT avy rain damages roads and crops Jl I MPIn.s Daisy Heard f ' Oii account of high waters, very few could attend Sunday School. The Rev. McCants was unable to fill his regular ap- pointment to preach. There was a reading of 12.2 inches of rainfall Saturday. It caused much damage to crops and gardens. Pools and terraces along with roads are in very bad condition. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Betts of Ft. Worth visited home folks here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes spent several days with the Thomas families. They are from Hobbs, New Mexico. Mrs. Palmer Martin and children of Snyder have been visiting the Thomases. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hart- grove and children of Dallas visited the Bud Moss family last week. Mr. Claud Hampton and daughter, Miss Hazel, were business visitors at Texarkana Saturday. Charles Winston Hampton of Wichita Falls and Troyee Hampton of Burkburnett re- KEEP WELL GROOMED The Naples BARBER SHOP turned to their work after a visit to see their father, C. B. H...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1958 PAGE 6 Time running out on prospective candidates The political battle lines will be drawn by next Monday. Democratic candidates have until then to request that their Jianies be placed on the ballot -for the July 26 primary elec- tion. With the dealine for filing only four days away, Naples voters had only four contested offices to consider on the local and county level. For state and national of- fices, more candidates were sure to announce before the deadline pasrss. The justice of the peace race for the Naples precinct had drawn three candidates by this week to become the most crowded on the local and county level. A. A. Hodges, the incum- bent, is a candidate for an- other term and is opposed by Rodney McLean and Ivy Betts. •Jimmy McDaniel announced as a candidate for a second term as commissioner for pre- cincts 4 and 6 and will be op- posed by Howard Hawkins. Mrs. Audrey Mae Childress is seeking another term as county clerk and Mrs. Ine...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1958

•V' r I 353* & '■■•**■•■' ;""T M( ' a •; ' \? ■■ The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1958 PAGE 7 Football tickets on sale here CAMPUS CHATTER ilteserve seat tickets to the fahma football games this fall may be bought in Naples from Lewis Rogers and in Omaha at the Roberts Drug Store. The tickets were placed on sale earlier this year because the school's athletic staff ex- pects a greater demand than there was last year since the Daingerfield group wins band talent show The Band's talent show last Thursday night was a big suc- cess with a crowd of more than 250 attending. The first prize of $15 was won by The Starlighters, a girl vocal quartet from Dain- gerfield. Second prize of $10 was won by Sonny Foster of Hughes Springs, who played the guitar and sang "Who's Sorry Now". The third prize of $5 went to Richard Cheat- ham, who gave an original im- pression entitled "Sam Shovel, Private Ear.' The stage band provided entertainment before the tal- ent contest. They played "Dynaflow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1958

Kf r; r ; i r". " The Naples MONITOR "THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1958 PAGE 8 > PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Falls and Carol, and Charles Wel- born Jones were at Shreveport Sunday to visit J. M. Falls, who is spending several days at the home of his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Falls Jr. Mr. Falls is there to xeceive medical treatment. ■Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge were business visitors at Dal- las Wednesday. Mrs. Herbert Hicks, Mrs. Melvin Hicks, Mrs. E. A. Riner and Mrs. Hugh Hampton were business viators at Texarkana last Friday. LADIES SPRING SUITS OFF WOOL, SILK and LINEN —ALL LINED— ALSO SPRING TOPPERS 3 OFF S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Spencer Grocery MARKET AND LOCKER PLANT NAPLES, TEXAS THESE PRICES GOOD May 2 and *3 SUGAR, 10 Sbs 98c BANANAS, lb 12c Pure Pork Sausage, 3 lbs - _ $1.00 Netex, Fresh, Not Frozen Wi FRYERS lb 29c LaCorona 12 oz can LUNCHEON LOAF 35c Del Monte 14 oz bottles CATSUP 2 for 35c Mity-Nice Frozen 10 oz pkg STRAWBERRIES 19c Swift's PURE LARD,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 May 1958

' ■ 1 1 Shop ll The 72 Years Old - s JIM LINDSEY THE REV. OGLESBY Graduates will conduct > JB graduation exercises VOLUME 72 NAPLES, TEXA Two cling to log 40 minutes V The James Bowie school will have two of its ex-stu- dents as guest speakers for the graduation exercises this year. The Rev. M. H. Oglesby, pastor of the First Baptist Church at Panama, Okla., will deliver the baccalaureate ad- dress and Jim Lindsey, chair- man of the Stats Democratic Executive Committee and for- mer speak of the Texas House of Representatives, will be the commencement speaker. The baccalaureate service will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday, Tk Monitoring MAIN STREET Found — Don't ask us how, but Ken- nard Fleming found a woman's wedding band in that^ar that has a little bit of everything else in it. His wife knows about it and figures some lady who rode home with him as he delivered groceries may have lost it. . The person who lost it may claim it by seeing Kennard at the store and identifying the ring. —...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 May 1958

I that q o'clock curfew bell £f i I t I ■* tr M 4 Ig,..., " 'Who's a Square?" , '*■"oV'.V..• .. ^Sffl tfiWUS? JJ* i YtiW''*' ^ A&, ff<uj/afy SAGE OF SULPHUR BOTTOM Whether it's making rockets or getting married, that third stage is the worst one (Editor's note: The Sage of Sulphur Bottom on his John- son grass farm claims he has found a scientific truth about living.) Dear editar: I was out here Ihe other aft- ernoon working with my trac- tor, that is, I was sitting down looking at it wondering if I put some gas in it would it start, when I got to thinking about one phase of the satel- lite program that a lot of peo- ple seem to have overlooked. That is, every once in a while when the scientists set out to launch one, everything works satisfactorily in the first two stages, the thing takes off straight up with a roar, the second stage rocket kicks it higher, but for some reason the third stage rocket fails, the one that's supposed to send it into orbit, and the satellite nose...

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

/ The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1958 PAGE arkeel hubcaps cut theft officers say Hughes Springs Buy a Better Bull ... - «... • t i rrnn—inn—irrnn h • •• * . ■*" _ * ^vids start out with hub- caps, then progress to the theft of tires and accessories, then they start stealing cars." Burwell Avara, special agent for the National Automobile Theft Bureau, stationed in Ty- ler, voiced that opinion last week while visiting in Morris county. Marking hubcaps is the best way known to foil theft, he added. Avara was speaking to Tom Coker, Daingerfield automo- bile dealer and son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Coker of Naples, Fred Minton, state highway patrolman stationed in Dain- gerfield, and A. W. Allen, Lone Star Steel's chief of plant protection. "There are 250,000 automo- bile thefts annually in the United States," Avara said. "Of these the largest percent- age are stolen by juveniles." The group was discussing equipment being used by Coker at his place in Dainger- field and by Coker Chevrole...

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