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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 May 1958

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1958 PAGE 4 fi I ! m Miss Patricia Hampton engaged Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Jerry Lee Chambliss, the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cham- bliss of Daingerfield. The wedding date has not been set but will be announced later. Miss Hampton was graduat- ed from Paul Pewitt high school in 1954 and attended KEEP WELL ,13? GROOMED The tfapfes BARBER SHOP Mother's Day MAY 11th Gift Selections specially priced for this SPECIAL OCCASION LADIES DRESSES Spring and Summer REDUCED TO PRICE JEWELRY OFF Regular Price LADIES HATS $12.95 Values *1. - $2. - $3. LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR GIFT SELECTIONS FROM OTHER ITEMS Lingerie Gloves Hose Bags Handerkerchiefs Shoes FREE Gift Wrapping S. T. SMITH East Texas State College and Texarkana College. Mr. Chambliss was graduat- ed from Daingerfield high school in 1953 and was grad- uated from Bish Mathews In- stitution at Lon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 May 1958

■ , - * p State athletic director commencement speaker ^ , _ In. t?fa H. Williams, state athletic director of the Univer- sity interscholastic League, will deliver the principal ad- dress at the graduation exer- cises for the Pewitt high school class. The exercises will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday, May 22, at the high school gymnasium. Forty-two members of the class will receive their dip- lomas. Dr. Williams graduated from high school at Clarksville aft- er participating and lettering in football, basketball and baseball and attended South- ern Methodist University, and lettered in basketball and base- ball there for three years each. He was captain of the bask- etball and baseball team in 1932 and was All-Southwest Conference in both baseball and basketball. Dr. Williams served as prin- cipal and coach at Avery hi^h school, Franklin high school, and director of Health and Physical Education at Pan American College at Edinburp, and held the same position at Southwestern University a...

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

mi if ' ■V ■ : pi lev-;: a W- ! Wi -I | Hfar I 1 I THn gji if The Naples MONITOR "THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1958 PAGE 6 HORACE BOON For Cass County Judge TO THE VOTERS OF CASS COUNTY, TEXAS: GREETINGS: I take this method to for- mally announce my candidacy and solicit your vote and in- fluence for the office of Coun- ty Judge of Cass County, Tex- as. In so doing, I fully realize the duties and responsibilities of the office, and pledge my best efforts in the discharge of the same in a fair and im- partial manner. To those who may not know me, I would like to say I am a native son of Cass County, having been born and reared in the Carterville Community. I am a graduate of the East Texas State College, where I took courses in State and County Government, which give me a better understand- ing of the County Judge's of- fice and its workings. I have served the people of the Coun- ty in various capacities. The major part of my public serv- ice has been as County super- intendent of Cass County Sc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 May 1958

The Naples MONITOR I • #'55 i :# ! Track team ends gtod year /jBjprahmas wound up their tra^v season last week end wi/Gift iX men competing in the state track meet at Austin. Ray Johnson, Sonny McNatt, Earnest Smith, Wayne Hender- son, Billy Joe Smith and Tom- my Young competed in four of the events at the state meet. Earnest Smith placed fourth in the discus but entries in the 440 yard dash, 44 yard relay and broad jump failed to place. Johnson ran the 440 and with the relay team of McNatt, Billy Joe Smith and Young, and Henderson competed in the broad jump. During the year the Brah- mas entered eight major track meets and several triangle meets. PERSONALITY OF THE WEEK Hair - Brown. Eyes - Gray. Height - 5 feet, 2 inches. Favorite color - Red. Favorite food - Fried chick- en. Favorite person - Everybody. Favorite pastime - Picking on Willene. Favorite song - "Dream". Pet peeve - Shorthand class. Ambition - To be an English teacher. Activities - FTA. FHA. Pep Squad, Paper Staff. Cl...

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

Ij s< I II Thursday, may 8, 1958 * ■' The Naples MONITOR r*age 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Boozer of Longview and Mrs. Ed "Walls and Donald of Clarks- ville visited Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kaymond Watson. A-l and Mrs. John R. Grimes and Johnie of Sherman spent Sunday night and Monday with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Foster and family. Mrs. C. 0. Privitt of little Rock is visiting in the Tom Gamble home and at Dainger- field with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Cecil Key and children. Suggestions . . FOR MOTHER AND GRADUATES PURSE, COMB, BRUSH SET PURSE KIT JEWELRY FILE, COMB, BRUSH SHOWER CAP Your choice $1 COSMETIC BAG $2.75 — $3.75 BEACH TOWELS $1.98 — $2.98 BLOUSES $2.98 up HALF SLIPS $2.98 up PAJAMAS $2.98 up S S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away MINNOWS FISHING TACKLE ICE HENSON GROCERY — MARKET Bryans Mill 39-12tp f ■i\ Spencer Grocery MARKET AND LOCKER PLANT NAPLES. TEXAS THESE PRICES GOOD May 9 and 10 SUGAR, 10 lbs 98c BANANAS, lb ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 May 1958

I THE REV. LOUIS KNIGHT ■'J r I Flower show is postponed The flower show planned by the Naples Garden Club for Saturday, May 17, has been postponed indefinitely. The show was to have been held in the basement of the Methodist Church but recent heavy rains did extensive dam- age to flowers in the area and the sponsors decided to post- pone the show. u Monitoring MAIN STREET Signs to Remember — The Cub Scouts here did a good turn in putting up signs urging motorists to "Please don't litter our ground.'' It will we good if the home folks will read and heed the signs abo. This department can speak from first hand experience. So can anyone else who lives out near "bootleg row." Empty bottles are plentiful along the highway shoulder in that area. The campaign reminds us of a couple that were going on in Dallas along about the time World War II started. On all of their street corner waste baskets, someone in Dallas put up signs reading: "Don't litter our streets. You don't want Dallas to l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 May 1958

1 f r p J ■ ongview w8 lests in the J. 4UOV JVM* AAA U WVMVM.e $234 million. A total of $29 million in farm products was made available to the armed services' hos- is unlikely that his return is out of proportion to many other favored groups in the country. Boomerang The Naples Monitor Published Weekly At NAPLES, TEXAS ~ v~ ji*is r PRI J9?e*n&e%-1 jAssocuno* s ^V.-Vr^W/iC 1*35 N AT I ON A L EDITORLAL ~vTT I I A sTo cTa T f© N 1^#!™! I I / < bf rar ?nEycnTa SAGE OF SULPHUR BOTTOM We need more scientists of the kind who can fix a leaky faucet or fender dent (Editor's note: The Sage of Sulphur Bottom on his John- son grass farm on Sulphur River assigns the scientific mind some old problems, his letter this week reveals.) Dear editar: I know everybody is sup- posed to be concentrating all his efforts these days on keep- ing up witli Russia in guided missiles and space exploration, but the way I see it is, even if we make a landing on the moon and open up a lot more planets for oc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 May 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1958 PAGE # GLASSVILLE mothers honored ai church Sunday By Mrs. B. W. Swint We are really enjoying the nice spring weather and the sunshine. We just need a lot more of this type. Sunday was Mother's Day and mothers were honored in various ways here. At the Bap- tist Church, the oldest mother was Mrs. Viola Swint. She was presented with a corsage. The youngest mother was Mrs. Wanda Richardson. She was al- so given a corsage. At the Methodist Church, the group enjoyed the special music giv- en by Mrs. Bill Heath and Bon- ny Baker and Mary Lee Mor- riss at the piano. Captain and Mrs. Dunlap of Shreveport, Mrs. H. V. Caver and grandson of Atlanta, and the B. W. Swints were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Swint-Eitel. In the afternoon, Mrs. Swint, Mrs. Eitel, Mrs. Caver and Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Swint visited in the home of Mrs. Sallie Zimmerman and Miss Mary Robertson. We en- joyed meeting Mr. and Mrs. William Turner and son of At- lanta and Mr. and M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 May 1958

• • ■ 4$ . - •• ' " ' Kv The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1958 PAGE 4 •X ' ■" 3 5 ••• I . I t i i — W: - -IflalM i PlSwi 8* ^ > s "J> - < V. j ( i m b( th al h C I \ a t 1 t t > I ( T I *1 < « « Mrs. Walters hostess to party Mrs. Herman Walters was hostess last Friday for four ta- bles of bridge at her home. High score prize was won by Mrs. Earl Wayne Rountree and visiting high score prize by Mrs. Sam Robison. Mrs. W. R. Ballard won the traveling prize. Out of town guests present were Mrs. Roy Moore Jr. of Pittsburg, and . Mrs. Gene Byrd, Mrs. L. B. Kent and Mrs. W. B. Leslie, all of Dainger- field. LOCAL PASTOR WILL LEAD REVIVAL AT BAYTOWN Bro. Bill Harty, pastor of the Rocky Point Congregational Methodist Church, will go to Baytown Monday and conduct a week-long revival. Woman honored at picnic Sunda The family of Mrs. Ed Ken- nedy honored her Sunday with a picnic held at the roadside park near Simms. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Dod...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 May 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1958 I PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carra- way and children of Benton, La. spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Vissering and Harry George. Little Jerry Ray Strawn has returned to his home in Grand Prairie after spending several days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rag- land. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hender- son and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henderson spent Mother's Day at Mt. Pleasant with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rolston and Rob- ert. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith had as guests over the week end her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Hanks, of Vivian, La. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mills vis- ited at Jenny Lind, Ark. Sun- day and Monday with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mathews. Albert E. Kittle of Pittsburg, left, received a $5,000 reward check from Jack Carroll, division superintendent of the steel division at Lone Star Steel Company last Saturday morning as a resuu oi uie recent conviction of three men who forced Kittle's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 May 1958

* The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1958 PAGE 6 4 Pewitt FFA boys geflpigs tmi&m UNION CHAPEL By William Pope Four members of the Pewitt Future Farmei chapter receiv- ed registered Yorkshire gilts Jast Friday. This brought the total num- ber of gilts to seven in the i'ewitt Pig Circle for the 1957- 88 school term. Boys receiving gilts were Koel Higgins, Charles Thig- Jten, Charlie Gilbreath Jr. and Vernon Towler. The gilts were bred and raised by the Pewitt Future Parmer chapter and are part of the litter of nine which Was awarded reserve champi- on at the Northeast Texas Junior Livestock Show at Sul- phur Springs and grand cham- pion at the Area VI livestock show at Longview. Jim Knight, R. M. Harvey and Noel Hawkins were fur- nished gilts earlier by the chapter. These gilts were pur- chased from Hulton's Ranch at New Boston. Virgil Wilson bought a registered gilt at the same time. The Pewitt FFA chapter owns a registered Yorkshire boar ready for service, a reg- istered York...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 May 1958

\ar TS The Naples MONITOR PAGE 7 THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1958 New officers of sjflfcent council take office New students council offi- cers for the coming year were inaugurated at the assembly program last week. Mike Dale was installed as president, Billy McCoy as vice president, and Robbie Hood as secretary. After expressing his thanks for the cooperation of the stu- dent body during the past year Jimmy Brown, the outgoing president, swore Mike Dale in- 1o office. Mike then presided over the inauguration of the remaining two. Each new student council of- ficer offered his thanks to the student body for their votes and support and expressed his desire to serve the student council efficiently in the com- ing school year. Seniors appeared on the pro- gram Wednesday for the last time. Pat Hall presented the class history, Sharon Rogers the class will and Amelia Stevens the class prophecy. A "baby show" \v;is held with Louis Boozer, Billy .loe Smith, Jackie Skeiton, Gaynor McCord and Delbert ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 May 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1958 PACE 8 I Jnr PERSONAL Mm Mother's Day guests with Mrs. Flay Mathews were her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Connor Mathews of Longview. Mrs. H. D. Moore was a vis- itor at Dallas over the week <&nd. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wal- ters and children visited Sun- day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Toler at Long- view, and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Walters at Greggton. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Wise spent Saturday night and Sunday at Marshall. Mrs. Rosie Benneic has re- turned to her home at Annis- ton, Ala. after an extended visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Autry and Randy. Her sister, TMrs. Viola Mclntyre of Hughes Springs, accompanied her to her home for a visit there. The Rev. Frank M. Richard- son Jr. visited Sunday after- noon with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Frank M. Richardson Sr. at Tyler. James Ed Alexander, a stu- dent at East Texas State Col- lege at Commerce, spent Moth- er's Day with his parents, Mr. «nd Mrs. Ed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 May 1958

Mrs. Irene Harte, the mother of Clayton L. Harte, soldier for whom the local Legion posi was named, gets a poppy pinned on her by Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, left. Pewitt band director resigns Billy Noble, Pewitt band director, has submitted his resignation to the school board and has been offered a similar job with the Daingerfield high school. The board will act on the resignation at its next meet- ing. Noble has been director of the Pewitt band for the past two years. 72 Years Old - and New Every Week Boots & Saddle Club to meet ■ -. A meeting of the Boots and Saddle Club will be held at Bohannan's Cafe Friday, May 23, at 7:30 p.m. Everyone interested in re- Monitoring MAIN STREET Loser Please Claim — Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Godfrey have found something at . their house and the owner, or any- one else who wants them, can come and get them. No identification wi" be ne- cessary. A swarm of bees have hived up in the wall of their house and they'll be glad to get rid of them. Anyone who want...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 May 1958

|fe' I The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 22. 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS No voice for freedom of SIMMS I Closing services at school this week The Southwestern Gas and Electric Com- pany is currently fighting against government suppression of the freedom of expression. They are finding little help in the place where freedom of expression has been a by- word for ages. That is in congress. The power company is fighting in the courts a ruling that their money spent on ad- vertising is not deductible for tax purposes as a business expense. Any businessman who advertises can tell you that it always has been a deductible item. Why single out power companies? It seems more than mere coincidence that the ruling that the expenses could not be de- ducted followed a series of advertisements by power companies over the nation pointing out the folly and unfairness of government-owned power as compared to privately built, tax-pay- ing companies. f It is not s ing governmen. voice of indire> It is sur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 May 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1958 PAGE 3 \ *♦ /Boy Scouts akes study of soil conservation The Boy Scouts of Naples made a soil conservation tour last Saturday. Those making the trip were Jim Ragland, Rickey Towler, Kenneth Martin, Pat Tomber- lain, Kenneth Falls, Gordon Miller and the Scoutmaster, Royce Mariin. The tour was between Oma- ha and Daingerfiel.l. It start- ed at 9:30 a.m. with Ted Cal- vert of the Sulphur-Cypress Soil Con sir ation District of- fice at Mt. Pleasant showing how to keep water from wash- ing the soil away and causing ditches to form. John Carlisle, game warden from Paris, demonstrated the way to keep dirty water out of a pond and discussed the game laws. Wardlow Northam of the Mt. Pleasant office assisted him. Mr. Fisher of the forestry department discussed pines and told how trees get their food and how a person can es- timate the age of a tree. DOUGLASSVILLE More than 480 attend homecoming CHEESE MILK COLD MEATS White Gas KENNY'S AMLICO Service St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 May 1958

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1958 PAGE 4 Miss Agnes Buchanan to exchange vows with Mineola man May 31 Miss Agnes Buchanan will become the bride of Donald Phillips of Mineola at a cere- mony at the First Baptist Church Saturday, May 31, at 8 p.m. The Rev. Morris Hill, pastor, will read the vows. Invitations will not be sent locally but friends of the fam- ilies are invited to attend the wedding and the reception to be held at the church recep- tion room immediately follow- ing the ceremony. Parents of the bride-elect are Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Buch- anan of Napbs. The prospec- tive bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Phillips of Mineola. The music will be presented by Gaylor Offord and Miss Ann Phillips of Mineola. Mrs. Charles Buchanan of Marshall, sister-in-law of the mmzim -t II BAPTIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES The Rev. Morris Hill, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Training Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. bride-ele...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 May 1958

S MILL '■ " §'*'1'*r ' m w ss liik?® wv* iffp rs f , , • ' * ✓ /{ H roCTf'-f ?-Wr Funeral services held for ex-resident By Mrs. Steve Brock Everyone is enjoying the nice spring weather and hop- ing it will continue for a while. The report is that church at- tendance, though rather small Sunday, continues to grow and Bro. Moody is bringing some wonderful messages. Everyone come to Sunday School Sun- day. We regret the loss of Bro. Durwood Geddie from our as- sociation. We will miss him and his work with us very much. Mr. Roy Melton is sick this week. We wish him a speedy recovery. Funeral services were held here on Wednesday for Mr. Hardy Lee Smith, a former resident of this place, who had made his home in Dallas. Mr. J. C. Elliott and small son of Dallas visited with his father and brother, Mr. Jim Elliott and Scott, the past week end. Mr. and Mrs. Britt Baskin had as guests Sunday her sis- ter, Mrs. Lura Stacks of Tex- arkana. Lenora Abston of East Texas Baptist College of Marshall...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 May 1958

w< m The Naples MONITOR Thursday, may 22, 1958 PAGE 6 Traffic deaths show drop I V i fc] Texans are slowing down their driving and living longer. The death rate from high- way accidents in 1957 was the lowest in the state's history and Col. Homer Garrison, di- rector of the Texas Depart- ment of Public Safety, said it was the result of slower driv- ing. . Col. Garrison said the aver- age speed of all vehicles on Texas rural highways in 1957 was 1.6 miles per hour less than in 1956. Most of the re- duction was in the category of 60 miles an hour and above. • "This slower average speed is a significant factor in hold- ing the state's death rate to 6.0 — six motorcides per each 100-million miles of driving. More directly, we believe this speed reduction during 1957 has prevented the death of 111 persons who would have >dierf had the rate of 6.5 con- tinued," Garrison said. May 23 Vicki Tigert A. D. Story Dave Hitt Carolyn Hanes Randy Hughes Mary Jane Smith Ivy 0. Haynes James Roy...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 May 1958

ingp . . ' 4 '■^ 4|f':P ■ ^vZ^r" '"v' ■. .;w,j \ The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1958 PAGE 7 45 to finish Pewitt elementary school the brahma corral CAMPUS CHATTER Seems as though Sandra I Cheatham got tired of the way I Buddy Rogers acts — she says 1 they're through. Dotty was with Bobby Pol- [ son this week end. This is new! Three seniors win college scholarships Three Pewitt seniors have been offered scholarships to various colleges. All three ac- cepted the scholarships. Martha Beggs will receive a scholarship which covers the full course of six months, to the Four States Beauty Col- lege at Texarkana. She plans to begin her studies May 26. Rodney Richey was given a two year band scholarship to Texarkana Junior College and will enroll at the fall term. A five year scholarship giv- en to sons of Convair em- ployees has been awarded to Reggie Talley. He plans to en- ter Southern Methodist Uni- versity this fall as an electron- ics major. TELEVISION OWNERS IN THE Marietta VICI...

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