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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 May 1958

' > • hm The Naples MONITOR thursday, may 22, 1958 page 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Miller and Don of Jacksonville vis- ited here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 0. I. Fink. •Mr. and Mrs. Leon Garrett, Linda and Hershel, visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. J. N. Garrett, at Prescott, Ark. Mrs. Vesta McMichael and Mrs. Vasco Brabham of At- lanta were business visitors at Longview last Wednesday. # Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ted Cok- e"r and children of Pittsburg spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Coker. 1 ; Mrs. Ed Walls and Donald if Clarksville spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Watson and Martha $tay. Other guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis jBoozer of Longview. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McMich- ael of Carthage and Mrs. Mag- gie Carmichael of Marshall vis- ited Sunday with R. 0. Mc- Michael and attended home- coming at Union Chapel. Mrs. Vesta McMichael, ac- companied by her sister, Mrs. i Vasco Brabham of Atlanta, vis- ited their uncle, Jim Crawford, 'at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 May 1958

Vms 5?\' *' ■ tible School begins Monday Drive Safely - - Live Longer The Vacation Bible School at the Naples Methodist Church will be held next week with classes from 8:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. each day. The school will begin Mon- day and end Friday.. A closing exercise will be held Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. The school is open to all children from the kind ~rgar- ten through the junior depart- ments. The classes will be under the general direction of Mrs. Melvin Hicks with Mrs. E. A. Riner as associate dean. Others who will work in the school are Mrs. J. W. Jordan, Mrs. Herman Walters, Mrs. Dick Berry, Mrs. Bob Bearden, Mrs. Victor Moore, Mrs. Lee Narramore, Mrs. W. R. Bal- lard, Mrs. Kenneth Rowe, Mrs. Joe Taylor, Mrs. H. C. Griffin, Mrs. Sue Vissering, Mrs. Ben- nie Best, Mrs. Jack Hummel, HERMAN BRUEBAKER LEAVES FOR THE NAVY Herman Loyd Bruebaker of Naples joined the navy last Thursday and reported for duty at San Diego, Calif. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bruebaker of Nap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 May 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS Double up and catch up Businessmen in small towns like Naples might do well to take a tip from dice shooters. Those ivory addicts have learned the hard way that a man behind must "double up to catch up." The "current slack business period has put a pinch on the profits of businessmen and they are faced with the unhappy choice of heavier and heavier competition or a concerted effort to "double up and catch up." The competition is not so keen between one Naples businessman and another as it is between all Naples business houses and those in our neighboring towns. Recessions make that competition keen be- cause the buyer shops longer and drives a harder bargain for what he must buy. Fortunately for Naples, the neighboring towns are afflicted with the same sort of apathy that our local merchants have. When business was good, they were con- tent to sit back and enjoy it without doing any- thing to make it remain good. While it's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 May 1958

DOUGLASSVILLE Four DoiiglassviEie students graduate By Mrs. B. W. Swint The nice rain was just what we ordered this Sunday morn- ing. We were beginning to get dry in our gardens and yards. Mrs. Louis Knight left this week end for Jacksonville and Bay City to visit with her par- ents for several days. She will attend conference in Houston with her husband next week. We are very sorry to know that Mr. Jim Musick is back in Ellington Memorial Hospital again this week end. We send best wishes for a speedy re- covery. Mrs. Errol Hatfield and boys returned to their home in Cali- fornia Friday. Mrs. Hatfield has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morriss, for some time. Mrs. Lillie McCoy visited her sister. Mrs. Sarah Cameron, last week while Bryan Came- ron was on his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gran- berry and David were week end guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Josh Granberry. Mr. and Mrs. Gle- boff and baby returned last week to their home in Florida. Mrs. G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 May 1958

Wm W . 1M The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1958 PAGE 4 Naples Garden Club elects new officers; plans fall flower show SViiss Agnes Buchanan, bride elect honored at tea shower Monday m % i New officers were elected by the Naples Garden Club at its meeting last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. J. Wise. Mrs. E. A. Riner was elected president and Mrs. W. G. Granberry as secretary. The club members also vot- ed to hild a flower show this fall. A spring show was plan- ned but was called off because heavy rains damaged the flow- ers. Co-hostesses for the meeting last week were Mrs. E. A. Riner, Mrs. Will Driggers and Mrs. Kenneth Rowe. The house was beautifully decorated with arrangements of red and white gladiolus, white petunias and amaryllis. Mrs. A. A. Hummel showed slides of the arrangements that had been used at the club meetings during the past year. "What I think of this year's programs" was used as the roll call. Pineapple delight cake, nuts and iced tea were...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 May 1958

m i'■ ; . :?'Pf ■;* BRA'S MILL aWRr IqHIHBSEMP! wa&&$mw^m^wiw-- iM ■"■' $ Attendance at Sunday School is up By Mrs. Steve Brock Sunday School attendance is still growing. There were 61 present Sunday and the pastor delivered a very good sermon at the worship service. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Gard- ner visited in Tyler with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Gardner, Trecia and Jimmy, and attended the piano recital in which their grand- daughter participated. Mrs. Ettye Robinson attend- ed the Collins reunion at Mrs. Janie Hampton's home Sunday afternoon. METHODIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Davlin had as- guests Sunday their daughter, Mrs. H. T. Walker of Gilmer, Mr. Jack Davlin and children, Jackie and George William, and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Davlin and Lloyd, all of Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Davis of Naples. Mrs. Annie Robinson and Betty Ann of Texarkana were supper guests in the home of Mrs. Ettye Robinson and Un- cle Dock Stringer. Roy Melton is home from the hospital and i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 May 1958

[ I s: t The Naples MONITOR Thursday, may 29, 1958 page 6 marietta School dismissed Thursday afternoon By Mrs. R. L. Harris School was dismissed Thurs- day afternoon for the summer vacation. The closing exercises •were held Tuesday evening «nd a program was presented. The Rev. James Wommsck gave the invocation and Vir- ginia Franklin the salutatory address. i "Peter Cottontail" was pre- sented by the first grade; "The ; Princess' Birthday" by the sec- ond grade; "The Book Fairy's Message" by the third, fourth and fifth grades; "Fishing" by the fifth grade boys; the songs "Sugartime" and "Give Us ' This Day" by the third, fourth ,t and fifth grades; and 'Catch A + Falling Star" by the fifth, sixth ■* and seventh grade girls, •j "The History of Our Coun- • try in Story and Song" was •presented by the sixth and sev- f enth grades. Larry Elliott gave the vale- ; dictory address and Mrs. R. L. \ Harris presented the attend- ance and reading certificates. Announcements and the in- troduct...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 May 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1958 PAGE 7 CAMPUS CHATTER ,/illium Kobison was with Jeannetta Friday night and Vernon was with Edith Earl. Could be. Sandra Cheatham went with Hilly Bob this week end. But Patsy didn't stay home and grieve. She was with Wayne. Sally and Jackie stopped go- ing steady Thursday night and Sally has sure been getting the rush.- She was with Mike Dale Friday night and Buddy Rogers Saturday and Sunday night. Jeannetta, how did your parly out? We hear it was a "couple" affair. The girls who are going steady with senior boys have a new theme song, "Oh! Lone- some Me." Mary Jo was with James I y I Myl J ' re I B GOING SWIMMING? WE HAVE SWIM CAPS EAR PLUGS LOWERY'S DRUG STORE Cheatham again Sunday night. Mike Roberts was with Mar- tha Jo Bachelor Saturday night. Wanda Ellis also stopped go- ing steady Thursday nignt. Sne was with Louis Boozer Satur- day night. What girl was looking for Wayne early Saturday night? What a maa Mr. Wayne. Why didn't Billy Gene...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 May 1958

f, >■' U J *i' 'V & The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1958 PAGE 8 l.f % I R'« f S.J y- r-A w m 5.95 ?!* W Dacron — Nylon — Cotton DRIP DRY No Ironing Needed ■OTHER STYLES .. $2.98 up S 6- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. Ed Kennedy accompa- nied her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Windle Kennedy and children of Mt. Pleasant, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown at Houston over the week end. Palmer Orr of San Antonio is visiting for a few weeks with his uncle, Paul Patterson, and family, and his grandmother, Mrs. Sally Patterson. Miss Martha Strickland, who attended the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville this past term, arrived Monday night to spend this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Strickland. She will be em- ployed at the Southwestern Life Insurance Co. at Dallas this summer and will go there this week end. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hamp- ton of Dallas visited here over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crump, and with his mother, Mrs. Jani...

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

* * - - *h ~ r : v • - p$m ■i iinm v* -• • ■■.•' - *; .( A l ocal ham operator gets service certificate k fb ?' s . "rv' , . i 7\ <tr\* < . .. * <- A quick message from Alas- ka to Odessa for a man to meet his daughter at the Amarillo airport, greetings, and the re- laying of emergency informa- tion has won a Naples ham radio operator a public service awards certificate." Dr. Harry W. McLeckie is the operator of Radio Station W5GY, an official Radiotele- Radio Relay League. The station serves as a relay point for the states of Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Ar- kansas, furnishing -relay facili- ties for these four states to and from all points in the United States and Canada through the National Traffic System of the Radio Relay League. He also relays messages to and from overseas personnel through the Military Affiliate Radio Service. Dr. McLeckie does the work strictly for pleasure and relax- ation and as a public service. He gets no pay for it. He does often receive card...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 June 1958

*-Vi* i The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1958 PAGE V I E W P O I N Conservatives should unite The battle lines for the Democratic party's political wars this year were clearly drawn last week when a splinter group which calls itself Democrats of Texas met in Austin. This year's campaigns will be a clear choice between the liberals and conservatives with the prospect of success favoring the side which stages the most active campaign. The Democrats of Texas are a unique lib- eral group because of the minorities of which it consists. Its four main bodies are the AFL- CIO, the National Association for the Advance- ment of Colored People, a loosely organized but bloc voting group of Latin Americans, and the Texas Farmers Union. The groups separately make up only a small part of the state's voting strength. To- gether, they hold almost equal power with the conservatives. Organization of the DOT group will reach into almost every precinct in Texas and there will be a spirited campaign ...

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

MPfWNUI . w--. * .. Jmm.« rvm The Naples MONITOR BRYANS MILL (52 enrolled in Baptist Bible School By Mrs. Steve Brock Bible School started here Monday with 52 enrolled. The teachers are Mrs. Monroe Gardner, principal; Mrs. El- mer Stringer and Mrs. Noah Moody, intermediates; Mrs. Buddie Lee and Mrs. Hugh Stringer, juniors; Mrs. T. J. Pruitt and Mrs. Gerald Ab- ston, primary; Mrs. Gus Bell, Mrs. George Frost and Mrs. Edwin Bell, beginners. Mrs. Haskell Henson left Saturday for a two weeks va- cation in Pensacola, Fla. ac- companied by her sisters in Atlanta. Mrs. Carl Lyons and daugh- ter, Sherry, and Miss Mildred Stringer, all of Dallas, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Ingersoll and Joey of Lone Star visited ever the holiday with their mother, Mrs. Lea Stringer and Danny and Carl Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Davlin had as guests over the week end Mr. and Mrs. Willis Sha- han and children, Dianne and Steven of Weatherford, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davlin and children, Jackie and George William o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 June 1958

■ v HI t J tv The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY JUNE 5, 1958 PAGE 4 IVliss Agnes Buchanan becomes bride of Donald Phillips Saturday night Miss Agnes Buchanan, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Buchanan, exchanged wedding vows with Donald Phillips of Mineola in a double ring cere- mony at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 31, at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Morris Hill offi- ciating. The bride, given in marri- age by her father, wore a street length white cotton bro- caded dress. It was fashioned with a round neckline and short sleeves. She wore a waist length veil that fell from a cap of lace banded with pearls. Her corsage was made of white orchids. A palm tree of greenery and tall baskets of white gladiolus and stock flanked by seven branched candelabra holding white burning tapers formed the setting for the ceremony. Nuptial music was furnished by Miss Ann Phillips of Mineo- la, sister of the groom, as or- ganist. The soloist, Gaylor Ox- ford, also of Mineola, sang "0 P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 June 1958

Political ^nouncements Subject to the action of the First Democratic Primary on July 26, 1958. Justice of the Peace, Pet. 4 Rodney F. McLean Ivy Betts 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. State Board of Education Thomas Ross Hughston For Congress Wright Patman Cass County Commissioner, Pet. 2, Beat 2-3 Fred Zimmerman C. E. (Gene) Hancock A. E. Loffer County Judge Tom N. Cope C. B. "Chili" Cochran E 0. Kennedy Horace Boon County Superintendent Edward W. Westbrook Stringer Wommack Church attendance low Sunday By Mrs. J. H. Cromer Church attendance was low Sunday because so many of the members went visiting. Bro. Rhyne brought a very good message in both services. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dumis of Lubbock spent several days last week with their parents. Mr. and Mrs...

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

" ■ .? W- hW-r' ■ m I m The Naples MONITOR Thursday, june s, 1958 page 6 The Monitor to get national award ..I The Monitor this week re- ceived notice of its highest ac- colade yet in a year when it got more than a fair share. It was told by letter that it had been selected as one of the top three small town news- papers in the United States and Hawaii for its editorial writing last year. Which of the three places it won was not known but will be made public at an awards banquet the night of July 9 at Detroit, Mich. The high ranking came in the National Editorial Associa- Qt&WttS 1 Aa f>i M31 Mr 4 t&a mrr&mp* Th« hordt'r 8XSS Oaar I tion's Better Newspaper Con- tests. In winning the award, The Monitor competed against a total of 2,043 other newspa- pers representing all 48 states and Hawaii. The publisher, Lee Narra- more will attend the awards * I ' OS-f iC5*S l.owetl I ifSMM. *< -.. « . .Uw ,W ©.AStnwuwcOANttt.v.fw , f. A.IRIIK, TT«M SM*fo.-4. Kkm. ■ ' EDGAR 5. M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 June 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1958 ( ■w&'v*, . •' v •' r fSrfc, 1 , hf rMs* «- v*HSPW^TSHDMPf^i Choose your clothes wisely f PAGE 7 Carl Cole of Cason and Homer Cole of Naples are shown as they adjust their new hay baler. The Cole brothers, along with other custom balers in Morris county, are looking forward to a good hay season this year. Oats and vetch yield low By R. J- Dean Yields of oats and vetch will be below normal this year in Morris county due to the dam- age to stands and retarded growth suffered by the excess- ive spring rains. Prospective hay crops from native grasses of bermuda and dallis is excellent. The mois- ture conditions have been fa- vorable to these pasture grass- es and yields should be about normal. Pastures fertilized with com- plete fertilizers such as 5-10-5, MINNOWS FISHING TACKLE ICE HEN50N GROCERY — MARKET Bryans Mill 39-12tp 8 8-8 and 10-20-10 are show- ing the benefits of these added plant nutrients. Where good hay yields are made, we know...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL fefi' Mrs. A. J. Davis returned Monday from Abilene, where she visited relatives for two weeks. She attended the an- nual reunion of the Boatright family held at the City Park at Coleman Sunday. Miss Bonnie Neville of Bry- an is a guest in the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Welch. She plans to visit here several weeks. Hershel and Linda Garrett are visiting relatives in Arkan- sas this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coker and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wayne "Rountree are vacationing this week at Watts-Bar Resort in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hines and children of Dallas and Mrs. Lovie Hines visited with Mrs. G. B. Martin Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Teeters of Texarkana visited Sunday with their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Douglas Teeters, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Presley. ♦ Guests present over the week end with R. O. McMich- ael for his birthday observance •Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gondr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 June 1958

jP ' '* : _ 41 ne or every five far tv " -i MRS. JONES AND JUDGE TAYLOR WITH SURPLUS FOOD Monitoring About r families i receiving month u gram sta The f. days ea field to the incoi ments. County Jr., who ministerinj food was to about senting ab( f Si Higher Education — Coach Fielding Huddleston, who has a Master of Education degree from the University of Arkansas, has been working on a M. P. degree since school was out. The M. P.. is for Master Painter. Huddleston has supervised and painted the seats in the football stadium — his shoes, clothes, face, ...whiskers and hair — and saved the school about $500. The stands look better. The coach doesn't. — lntm — | | We Thank You — Our sincere thanks to those who were kind enough to sup- • ply us with the Oct. 17 issue ® of the paper. We received them from Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hampton and N. G. Watts of Naples, Mrs. Venie Brock of Bryans Mill and 0. S. Elliott of Hearne, Texas. We appreciate the efforts of all of those who searched for copi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 June 1958

MARIETTA Large group attending Bible School I ■ fes, it's (omel!" amily is [Thomas visited Jits, the briefly lere. Arnold in with Bryans leld at ! pastor, teach- Ipening "ool on Jy night. jMcCants Fures and ete train- Jwork and Wied. Don't 'wards will [meeting at Please at- By Mrs. R. L. Harris A large group of children are attending the vacation Bible School which began Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Fletcher have received word of the birth of a great granddaugh- ter. The baby, who has been named Patricia Diane, was born at Abilene on May 21. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Morgan. The cucumber shed opened last week and farmers are be- ginning to bring in cucumbers. Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Berry and Bob Sunday were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Berry and James Al- len, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Berry and girls, all of Naples; Mrs. Bessie Kate Moore, Miss Doro- thy Moore and Robin and Pat Swantner, all of Corpus Chris- ti; Mrs. Maggie Carmichae...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 June 1958

New 0E5 officers installed ^ New officers of the Naples Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star were installed Monday night, June 2. Mrs. Rose Tomberlain was installed as worthy matron and Rex Allen is the newly elected worthy patron. He was install- ed Tuesday night. ( The associate matron is Mrs. Glenda Wright and the asso- ciate patron is John Wright. Mrs. Ruby Leeves was install- ed as secretary and Mrs. Doris Hall as treasurer. Other new officers include Mrs. Lola Mills, conductress; Mrs. Gretna Rountree, associ- ate conductress; Mrs. Mary Betts, chaplain; Mrs. Bernice Cole, marshal; Mrs. Irene Harte, organist; Mrs. Mary Wommack, Ada; Mrs. Maveline Spencer, Ruth; Mrs. Paulette Smith, Esther; Mrs. Ann Ful- cher, Martha; Mrs. Loretta Griffin, Electa; Mrs. Gwen Brock, warder; and Mrs. Mae Shirey, sentinel. CHEESE MILK COLD MEATS White Gas KENNY'S AMLICO Service Station PHONE 7-3181 NAPLES, TEXAS We Give Green Stamps Mrs. Lillie Price of Atlanta, chairman of the Publications commi...

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