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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 June 1958

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR Thursday, june 12,1958 page 4 Mrs. Chapman — celebrates her 95th birthday Mrs Emma Chapman cele- hfcr 95Ui Dirtbday Sun- day in the borne of Sir and Mrs. Doc Smith at Marietta- Lunch was served picnic styte under the trees. A large group of relatives and friends helped to make the day an en- joyable one. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. A M Jordan of Hughes Springs; the Rev. and Mrs. Odell Rhyne, Elaine. Ken- neth and Greta. Mrs. O'Con- ley, Sana Adam* and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moreland. all of ML Pleasant: Mr. and Mrs. Vir- gil Hawkins of Linden: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen and two boys of Douglassville; Mr. and Mrs. John L_ Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Simmons of Dallas: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mel- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Skelton and children. Mrs. Mary Madden, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chap- man and Ray. Mrs. Bobby Der- rick. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Walls and son, Mr. and Mrs. L. M Smith. Mrs. Ross Collins, Win- ifred and Darlene May, Vir-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 June 1958

'; < War' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1958 PAGE 5 Queens will lead dam dedication parade Queens from each of the seyV. ipwns in the Northeast TmSBj Municipal Water Dis- represent their com- munities in a festive dedication of the Ferreil's Bridge Dam and Reservoir July 5. The queens will lead an aqua-parade in decorated boats near the dam. Towns to be represented are Hughes Springs, Daingerfield, Lone Star, Avinger, Ore City, Pittsburg and Jefferson. The dedication program will include cold watermelons for everyone attending, a water show, the aqua-parade, and a variety ot other attractions. Qfficials from Washington, Austin and throughout East Texas will be on hand to dedi- cate the new lake, which will be the largest impounded water supply in the Southwest. A crowd of more ' 10,000 is expected to be oi hand for the celebration. City govern- ments in the seven member PLEASANT DRIVE-IN THEATRE MT. PLEASANT Showtime 7:30 nightly Friday — Saturday THE TIN STAR with Henry ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 June 1958

ri f : 0 s 1 I c- # PP'lj The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1958 PAGE 6 SIMMS Pastor is host for youth fellowship By Miss Sarah Gauntt Miss Selvia Maxwell visited Sunday with her grandmother tn Naples. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Brooke and son of Texarkana visited Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and girls. Attendance at the Simms Baptist Church was very good in both the morning and eve- ning worship services. In the morning worship service, ev- eryone observed the Lord's Supper. Immediately following the evening worship, the young people went to the home of the Rev. and Mrs. George Car- GOING SWIMMING? WE HAVE SWIM CAPS EAR PLUGS LOWERY'S DRUG STORE keet and daughter and were given a fellowship. Everyone had a very nice time with a good number attending. Mrs. Leon Saterfield, Mar- sha and Ronnie of Hooks, vis- ited Saturday in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and girls. Jesse David May, who is at- tending college in C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 June 1958

"fffn"• W In lit lis h. kt. DOUGLASSVILLE The Rev. Louis Knight transferred 'i'.'MBQl jfrs. B. W. Swint jjmgratulations to Lee Nar- ^rambre and his associates for the many awards they have received recently. It is nice to be a little part of the accom- plishments. The Rev. Louis Knight filled the pulpit at the Methodist Church Sunday morning and evening. He has been trans- ferred to Daingerfield Circuit and will move this week. The Rev. Thomas L. Jones will be transferred here for the new year. Our best wishes to these young pastors for a successful year. Mrs. Mary Morgan visited friends in Douglassville Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. S. Granberry visited her son, Bill and family, in Houston last week end. Mrs. H. V. Caver and Miss Fannie Warren of Atlanta were Sunday afternoon visi- tors in the Mrs. Swint-Eitel home. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Oppel of Dallas visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jorden Baker and Mrs. Ruby Baker, and also in the home of Mrs. Luna Swint and Mrs. Nell Eitel from Wed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 12 June 1958

. ■ £ m I The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Blan- chard of Lansing, Mich, visited last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bryan in the Union Chapel community. They also visited at Ft. Worth with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bryan and children, and with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Seghen and children. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Floyd of Shreveport spent Sunday With his mother, Mrs. Irving Floyd. JUST ARRIVED COATS 100% CASHMERE SHORT and LONG Black Bamboo Nude $59.95 - $89.95 Mouton Coats SHORT Come in and make your selection. Now is the time to use our Lay-Away ALSO NEW SHIPMENT Ladies and Children's SHIP 'N SHORE SLEEVELESS BLOUSES $1.98 $2.49 $3.98 S £►* S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE ' Use Our Lay-Away <f'i : ' - Spencer's Grocery MARKET AND LOCKtk PLANT lA Ul .J & < Z TEXAS THESE PRICES GOOD JUNE 12-13-14 SUOAR, 10 lbs _ 98c TALL KORN BACON, lb _ 59c Pure Pork Sausage, 3 lbs _ _ $1.00 Admiration COFFEE, lb ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 June 1958

I G t Former pastor will speak at homecoming The annual homecoming of the First Methodist Church will be held Sunday. Invitations have been mail- ed to about 200 out of town friends of the church and a former pastor, the Rev. Elton Elrod, will deliver the home- coming sermon at the morn- ing worship service. Lunch will be spread in the church basement at noon and will |be served following the morning worship. Those at- tending will be invited to stay for fellowship during the aft- ernoon. The Rev. Elrod is now pas- tor of the Greggton Methodist Church, where he was assign- ed after serving here. The present pastor, the Rev. Frank M. Richardson Jr., is in charge of invitations and the Men's Willing Worker Sunday School Class has been assigned the job of getting the church grounds cleaned up. The Sunshine Class, with Mrs. W. R. Ballard as chair- man, is in charge of the lower floor of the educational build- ing and each teacher is to have flowers in her room. Monitoring MAIN STREET Tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 June 1958

1 mmR ■Pf llll: Si- I Jmr I I I St i You ought to sell now The Naples area shows signs now of shak- ing loose from its economic doldrums and the brighter outlook will give an equal advantage to the buyer and the seller. For the first time since the start of World War II, many businessmen were painfully re- minded that it was the consumer who decided the status of business. That's good for the buyer because he won't likely be forgotten soon. The situation is equally good for the busi- nessman. It not only means the end of a slack period but it opens new fields of selling to him. Those who have gone without buying dur- . ing the past several months now find that they need to buy more than ever to make up for their lack of buying earlier. The recession has forced a healthy reap- praisal of the buyer-seller relation. Those who sell are almost sure to find a greater market for their goods. Those who buy certainly will be able to get more for their money from businessmen who have been stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 June 1958

1 • • f. •' '• • '• . -..*•* ;"j.- □ NE Texas Industrial Council to meet Industrial development will be the theme of the annual meeting of the Northeast Tex- as Industrial Development Council in Longview on July 8 Plans for the meeting were announced this week by Rob- ert Cangill of Longview, chair- man of the board of directors of the council. The council was organized two years ago and since that time has become a well or- ganized effort to attract in- dustry to the Northeast Texas area. The area includes 14 counties and each county is represented by a director. J. E. Arnold represents Mor- ris county, C. B. Cochran Cass county and H. F. Powell Bowie county. In addition to an active pro- gram of securing new indus- tries for the area, the council is also engaged in a program of developing local business expansion with local capital. Studies of natural resources, markets, labor, transportation and similar elements are made for communities and for the area. "This is a co-operative e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 June 1958

' ■ • mm K The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1958 PAGE 4 Miss Sandra Thomas, bride elect, is honoree at tea shower Friday night Miss Sandra Thomas, bride- elect of Sammy Wells of Lin- den, was honored at a tea shower Friday night at the home of Mrs. W. C. Sullivan. Co-hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. J. C. Traylor, Mrs. Hugh Hampton, Mrs. E. H. Tuck and Mrs. Reid McMich- ael. The guests were greeted by Mrs. Sullivan. In the receiving line were the bride-elect, her mother, Mrs. Cecil Thomas, and the mother of the pros- pective bridegroom, Mrs. C. W. Wells of Linden. Miss Jan Ranes, cousin of the honoree, registered the guests and Miss Sharon Thom- is, sister of the honoree, in- vited the guests into the din- ing room. Miss Betty Henson, a college classmate of the honoree, poured punch and Miss Bettie Ruth Phillips served cake squares. Miss Joan Hicks as- sisted with the serving and the co-hostesses were in charge of the gift display. The table was laid with ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 June 1958

! S -tc icd. j-tc m The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1958 PERSONAL State candidates certified DALTON ©iTimd Mrs. Jack Morris, Steve and Stewart of Ft. Worth spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Mor- ris. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Clark of Greenville spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Morris. Harris Shearer of McCrory, Ark. was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leeves at the home of Mrs. E. J. Leeves. Visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Calloway were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Parker of Charleston, S. C., and Mrs. J. A. McWorther of Pittsburg. Mrs. Dick Gregory, Julie and Laurie of Dallas are spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Strickland. Mrs. Mary McMoran and three children of Los Angeles visited last Friday with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Calloway. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Shew and Beth of Killeen visited with their parents, Mr. and and Mrs. W. F. Tohill of Na- ples and Mrs. Dora Shew of Texarkana lor the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. O. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 June 1958

m f til J m mmrnsAm : i u The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1958 PAGE 1 **! ; Iwiill t; fciil ? ■ • S •; -c# >: 'V.-: ■ . v' Farmer's net income shows sharp rise MARGARET MARTIN, RICKY TOWLER AND LARRY CHAMBLISS LEAVE FOR CAMP Three local 4-1f members attend camp The annual rate of farm operator's realized net income rose sharply to about 13 billion dollars in the first quarter of 1958, compared with a rate of 11.7 billion in the same quart- er of 1957. This reflected substantially higher prices received by the farmers for beef cattle, hogs, eggs, potatoes and other vege- tables, for which supplies were* reduced from a year ago. Prices of farm products are running well above last year and are expected to average higher for the year than in 1957. Prospects indicate that supplies of some products will increase, notably vegetables, hogs, fed cattle, and eggs so, current levels of prices and incomes may move toward the levels of 1957. But even so, the farm operator's realized net...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 June 1958

I ~SMiWWSl iMl " K':i 'l& ^ 1 '*% ■ I ' ' . ^ 1 ' ! Get safe driving jwards Two employees of the Welch Butane Company received five- year safe driving pins last week. Lenoy Slider, left, local in- surance representative, is shown presenting a pin to Kershel Welch, right. Ray Beggs already has received his pin. DOUGLASSVILLS New Methodist pastor is welcomed By Mrs. B. W. Swint Father had his day last Sun- day. A. D. Morriss enjoyed hav- ing all his children with him. A. B. Morriss of Van Horn ar- rived last week to visit with his daddy and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Leslie Griffin of Hous- ton is with her daddy and Mrs. Heath this week. Mrs. Griffin attended the WSGS meeting Monday afternoon and gave the lesson from the study, "The Land of Witness and Decision." This has been a very interesting study. - Aub Nolen wishes to extt ... icr thanks to all her friends and relatives who were so thoughtful to visit her whiij She was in the hospital. She appreciates the many lovely-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 June 1958

Jf.it' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1958 PAGE 8 Spencer's Grocery MARKET AND LOCKER PLANT NAPLES. TEXAS THESE PRICES GOOD JUNE 19 and 20 SUGAR, 10 lbs 98c TALL KORN BACON, lb - 59c Pure Pork Sausage, 3 Sbs _ - $1.00 JEANS PARKER HOUSE reg pkg ROLLS 29c Del Monte Yellow CORN, 303 cans 2 for 35c Sweetheart Soap, 4 reg bars - 29c PERSONAL Fresh, Not Frozen lb FRYERS 33c Swift's Honey Cup MELLORINE, iz gallon 45c FLUFFO 3 lb can 83c TOMATOES, 2 lbs 25c SYRUP, Blackburn, No. 5 jug _ 49c KIM TISSUE 4 rolls 29c Robin Hood Flour, 25 lb bag _ S1.95 FOLGER'S COFFEE, 6 oz jar _ $1.05 Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Shew and son of San Antonio and Mrs. Dora Shew of Texarkana were visitors in town Wednes- day of last week. Dr. Mac Brannon stopped in Naples Friday night to visit overnight with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leeves. He left early Sat- urday morning for Ft. Collins, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leeves spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kolander at Mt. Pleasant before the Kolanders left for a three w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 June 1958

to K I K m ce lbs 25c Grand prize drawing Saturday 72 years old and new every week Omaha to build annex The First Baptist Church at Omaha will add a new edu- cational building to its present structure this summer. Bids have been accepted and the contract has been awarded to Hampton Builder's Supply of Naples on a bid of $26,714. W. N. Nash of Omaha and Vaughan Brothers of Naples aiso submitted bids on the job. The church approved the letting of the contract to Five local girls to attend camp Five girls from the Naples Methodist Church will go to Lakeview near Palestine next week to attend the Texarkana- Tyler district camp. Annette Adams, junior, and Eddie Glynn Davis, Patsy Mc- Natt, Nancy Shults and San- dra Cheatham, seniors, will represent the Naples church at the camp. Miss Shults will serve as a member of the youth council. The group will go to Lake- view Monday and return home Saturday. k Hampton at a meeting last Wednesday night. The educational annex will include classrooms...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 June 1958

I - I w J.l I Tiie Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1958 PAGE 2 DOUGLASSVILLE VIEWPOINTS Asafetida or salk vaccine Nine ysustg people to attend camp Asafetida is a foul-smelling gum resin de- rived from a plant native to the Middle East. Superstition and old-wives' remedies once en- dowed it with sweeping medicinal powers, but science has long since demonstrated its utter worthlessness. Yet when a terrible polio epidemic struck New York City back in 1916, thousands of people put their trust in little bags of asafetida tied with a string about the necks of their children. While the toll of the crippled mount- ed daily, while the virus killed one of every four of the stricken, frightened parents re- sorted to any measure that gave hope, turning even to the ridiculously futile bags of resin in their desperate effort to hold off the disease. Today, we recognize the pathetic ignorance which dictated that action. But how much have we profited through new knowledge avail- able to us? Acro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 June 1958

ult class iias ice cream party By Miss Sarah Gauntt Mr. and Mrs. Grady Jackson and family of Texarkana vis- ited Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Johnson. A number of friends and relatives visited Saturday in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Scott McGill and family. Mrs. Worth Gauntt and girls visited Monday of last week in the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gusie Bell and family of Bryans Mill. The adult class of the Simms Baptist Church had an ice cream party Friday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vinson and family. Approx- imately 40 guests attended and all reported a very nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Brooke and son of Texarkana visited Saturday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and family. The Simms Church had reg- istration day for Vacation Bi- ble School last Friday. After the registration, there was a picnic but the parade was call- ed off until a later day in the school. A very good number attended. The school will close on July 2 an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 June 1958

H,- ||' The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1958 PAGE 4 Miss Sandra Thomas becomes bride of Sammy Wells of Linden Sunday Mellow Yams Blend Well With lender Meats, Mary Martha c,ass has family picnic The marriage of Miss Sandra Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thomas of Naples, and Sammy Wells, son of Mr. ' and Mrs. C. W. Wells of Lin- den, was solemnized Sunday afternoon, June 22, lin the chapel of the First Methodist Church here. The Rev. Frank Richardson Jr. officiated at the double ring ceremony; Miss Linda Prange of New Boston, a college classmate of the bride, played traditional wedding music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a dress of white nylon organza over white taffeta trimmed with seed pearls. The dress was fashioned with a portrait neck- line and tiny cap sleeves with ]ovely bouffant skirt. She car- ried a nosegay of white car- nations and lily-of-the-valley. Miss Sharon Thomas was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a dress of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 June 1958

Irac- jave at Irell. 7-3tc I ford 16-lc |)eere or actor $50. |45-tc hp No bson's 44-tc The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1558 PAGE 5 BRYANS MILL wh>aa Harrisons have several guests mi |apart- bath. Kished. 25-tc qual- jt rca- JS *PS :o. By Mrs. Steve Brock Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Har- rison have as visitors this week their children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrison and sons, Johnny and Jay of California, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Mewborn and girls, Elaine and Paula of Ft. Worth, Mrs. Maxie Johnson and children, Mike and Mar- sha. Mr. and Mrs. John Edd Harrison and Johnny of Tex- arkana, and Mrs. Edith Farrar and son of Ft. Worth. Mrs. N. A. Chapman and Mrs. Robert Derrick visited Sunday with the T. J. Pruitts. Mr. and Mrs. Windel Abston and boys of Sherman visited over the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Homer Abston, and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Abston. Cindy Ab- ston returned home with them for a visit. Bonnie Sellers of Naples vis- ited this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 June 1958

nitti ijinf dwr ii iiiri'iriiiiiiiirfrTnnnniw rirr^imni m^ The Naples MONITOR I 1 SDAY, JUNE 26, 1958 PAGE 6 mm Favorable egg market expected this year mlm*- f:V^: ,v • •• \ 'i ■ " - j / ^ M 'l, f m iai «4 , «. m. :miasrf. w* J jSEP if i I 11! II i j|| I . II1 : jfi M M- H&9n ^yppi Ilcduced cold storage hold- ings and a lower number of layers on farms point to favor- able egg prices until the latter part of this year. The number of layers on Texas farms in April 1958 was two per cent less than in March 1958 and four per cent less than last April. The United States total this April and May was three per cent less than in April and May a year ago. This situation is favorable for prices in the short run. However, commercial hatcher- ies in the nation produced five per cent more egg type chicks in March and April this year than a year ago and the pro- duction of these chicks during January through April was six per cent above the same period in 1957. This means there will be more eg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 June 1958

ra-'rff -"w- I The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1958 PAGE T imecoming planned next Wednesday By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. Jack McCants, pas- tor, brought a splendid sermon on "Prayer Is An Expression of the Soul's Sincere Desire." There was a good attendance even though there was some illness, and some families on vacation. Melton Moore of Dallas was a Sunday morning visitor in the C. B. Hampton home. Sat- urday night the Jimmy Pennys oi Linden paid the Hamptons a visit. Vacation Bible School last week was a fine success. Each day there was an average of 50 pupils and the enrollment was 55. The board of stewarts of the church met at 7:30 Saturday night. The selection of a treas- urer for the coming year and making plans for the summer revival were discussed. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Moss and family visited his parents in Sulphur Springs Saturday and Saturday night. Audd Easley, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Easley and Mrs. John MacBee of Tishmingo, Okla. visited the C. B. Hamptons last Wednesday. ...

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