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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 June 1958

The Naples MONITOR >1 ; li (1 i ■ m- THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1958 PAG€ 8 ERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mills vis- ited Sunday afternoon at Mar- shall with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McCoy and Linda Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge and Suzanne accompanied by Mrs. F. G. Parker of Texar- vJcana attended a family reun- ion held at DeQueen, Ark., on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Watson, Reggie and Debby of Texar- kana visited with Mrs. Gladys Irvin this week. A-1C and Mrs. John R. Grimes and Johnie of Sherman spent the week end with the Dan Foster family. Mrs. Willie Dee Thompson and daughter, Mae Nell of Bay- town, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thigpen and Charles Murray. Mrs. C. R. Bowers, Rocky and Corky of Anderson, Ind., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Myrtice Porter. They will also visit friends at Dallas before they return home. Do you know what • ■ happened to the girls who said — "I will never cut my hair!" "I will never wear those long shorts" "I will never wea...

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

TT t J. * , «* <§ *f I $;■* i > ff Mr f -1 :: kgi §E " ••#•> . . . i - -•••.•- •' 30-pound catfish Cat fishing has been good for Louis Nance and his son, Don, during the last few weeks but their best catch was last Fri- day night when they hooked the 30-pounder they are hold- ing. They use small perch as bait on trot lines. Baptist Bible school starts next Monday The annual Vacation Bible School at the First Baptist Church will start Monday. Classes will be held every morning through next Friday from 8 until 11 a.m. The commencement exer- cises will be held Friday night of next week. Children from three through 14 years old will be included. The pre-school registration and parade will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday. EASTERN STAR TO MEET NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT The Naples chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will meet at 8 p.m. next Tuesday night at the Masonic lodge hall here. SAGE OF SULPHUR BOTTOM Politics is all right for laughs but for economic theories, it just isn't very f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 July 1958

n's Angle PAGE 4 L_ Tuna With Cheese Sauce Is Summer Delight i, bride-elect, shower overlaid with a white net designed with a full gath- akirt. The centerpiece outlined blue jnked by a bride edding bells. Itapers flank- Jnt. Appoint- Iss were used Mrs. Charles "lin the Sunday. Tfamily of Bind visitors ir: Jim Elliott Tuna covered with a succulent cheese sauce and bedded in rice can't wait to be eaten. SULLIVAN FAMILY HAS REUNION AT TEXOMA The annual reunion of the Sullivan family was held at Lake Texoma Lodge Sunday. Those from Naples who at- tended were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Davis and Mrs. M. C. Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Walker and daughter spent the week end here with her mother, Mrs. W. W. McNatt. Walt Disney's "SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS" Friday and Saturday INEZ THEATRE Admission — 50c and 25c Eloct Judge Sarah T. HUGHES To Suprama Court HANNER Funeral Home PHONE 7-2121 j Naples, Texas AMBULANCE SERVICE t Any Where — Any...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 July 1958

>V.>vvv Three take examinations for air force By Mrs. R. L. Harris The W.M.U. meeting last week was a business meeting and stewardship program. The meeting was opened with a song and prayer, and the pres- ident, Mrs. A. E. Loffer, con- ducted the business meeting. Mrs. Audrey Smith was in charge of the stewardship study. The meeting was closed with prayer. Sgt. and Mrs. Winfred Rob- inson Jr. and children of San Angelo visited several days last week in the W. E. Robinson home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hammon- CORNETT Annual homecoming held Wednesday By Miss Daisy Heard Highlighting the week's ac- tivities was the homecoming or memorial cemetery celebra- tion. This annual affair is al- ways a success. It was held Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hodges and children of Castle Rock, Wash., Mrs. Iva Hunn of Deni- son, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pen- ny of Linden, Mr. Billy Tom Blankenship of Dallas, Mrs. Pearl Stanley of Malvern, Ark., Mrs. Bessie Cramer of Mt. Pleasant, and Mrs. Corliss Phillips of...

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

«t MONITOR 11 PAGE 8 JONAL Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Carroll and family of Garland spent several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Brab- °^am visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dorsett at At- ■3 at the... FN THEATRE Pleasant WE'VE PLANNED YOUR FOURTH _ <rtoon Jamboree 'Alaskan Sled Dog' _,!rH is Display ;lus — tayonet JLE FEATURE BRADY IN ss Breed BRENNAN IN ly Partner " )NY RIDES "First Run ir Tokyo ICollins Edmund O'Brien . . Car Nights 5IGER IN "idge to Mexico Irst run thriller tV §PSPSS** .■ ■' '-'V''-'*' Grocery :R PLANT NAPLES, TEXAS |OD JULY 3 and 5 98c iACON jb~_ I 59c iusage, 3 lbs _ - $1.00 2 lbs 35c iflin F t^«^© ^uni'iVIS, lb 42c jRaml ["L'RACKERS, 1 lb box - 27c lb :M ROLLS, reg pkg - - Ripened IATOE&, 2 lbs in Hood Flour, 5 lb bag - 33c _ _ 29c _ _ 19c _ _ 49c r/gers ^COFFEE lb can H-k linshine DROX COOKIES, 1 lb pkg - 49c lUITS 2 cans 19c rs TEA, 14 lb pkg 37c ORINE, gallon i 39c Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Tuck's guests for the we...

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

■m i /,• v * ■ ■■ , - V '■ 1 1 IM--A v Car insurance rates go up Aug. 1 ■K Higher automobile insurance rates will go into effect on Aug. 1 throughout Texas. The average rate increases for the entire state will be 19 per cent for liability insurance, 17- per cent for collision and 32 per cent for comprehensive coverage. Local insurance agents had not received their new rate schedules by early this week but expected them within the next few days. The state is broken up into 26 different rating areas and the amount of the increase varies widely between the ter- ritories. Judge Penn J. Jackson chair- 1 COMPANIONS KILLED man of the State Insurance Board which approves the rate changes, said the large in- creases in premiums resulted directly "from an increasing number of automobile colli- sions, higher cost of repairs, larger medical costs and high- er jury awards in actions for damages." "Over the nation, leading stock auto insurance compa- nies last year paid $116.70 for every $100 rec...

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

I MS The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS The word of the court Social do-gooders who preached loudly that the decrees of an imported Northern judge that Central high school in Little Hock must be integrated even at the cost of armed enforcement have taken a strange new atti- tude toward the ruling of Judge Lemley. Lemley, an Arkansas judge deciding an Arkansas matter, ruled Central high school, at the request of the local school board, could put off integration for two and a half years. The board had based its request on the general confusion in the educational process following the Eisenhower-ordered invasion by bayonet-armed paratroopers. The board apparently felt that neither the white students nor the Negro students had benefitted greatly from the agitated air which was common during the school term. Before the Lemley ruling, supporters of integration were loud to proclaim that the ruling of the federal court was the final word and only chaos could resul...

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

WJfM*''1 f ■' " .,. MMM m ' SllS® DOUGLASSVILLE Bakers entertain at holiday barbecue ip' ' ' .f ' im-- I "-V- By Mrs. B. W. Swint New church furniture The Rocky Point Congregational Methodist Church will have all new furnishings within the next few days. The Rev. Bill Harty, pastor, is shown moving in new pews last week. A new pulpit, pastor's chairs, Bible stand and choir seats also will be put in. Bro. Harty said the church hoped to have the new furnishings all in place in time for the revival which will start on July 21. DALTON Pastor is guest in Vernon May home By Mrs. Herbert Cromer Bro. Rhyne and family had lunch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon May and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry King- ston and family of Dallas spent the holidays with Mrs. King- ston's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlon Hampton. They also spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kingston and boys. Mrs. Ennis Smith of Detroit, Mich., spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dee Smith. Virginia Franklin spent S...

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

iW'' i The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1958 PAGE 4 Miss Patricia Hampton becomes bride of Jerry Chambliss Thursday night Baskets of white gladioli and white stock formed the background for the ceremony at the wedding of Miss Patricia Hampton to Jerry Chambliss at 8 p.m. last Thursday at the Methodist Church chapel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton of Naples. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Chambliss of Daingerfield. The Rev. Marshall Hampton of Palestine, cousin of the bride, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Car] Talley of Omaha played wedding music and ac- companied Mrs. Cluren Victor Moore as she sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride wore a street length dress fashioned of white cutwork pima cotton. She wore white pearlized shoes, hat and gloves. Her jewelry was a pearl necklace and ear rings and she carried a white pearl- ized Bible topped with a white orchid. Miss Janetta Pope of Omaha served ...

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

: i'\'M ridge WMU has Bible Study rt- Lh. ■(]. f-te pre or Jtor |50. -tc ual- rea- —mini. %■ ■*> ##**• WL Z'*# ~n * ■ ?§W V" mm ■: .-.'':V IS The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1958 PAGE i Hamptons buy Arkansas mill By Mrs. R. L. Harris The WMU met last Thurs- day for Bible study. The meet- ing opened with a song and prayer. Mrs. A. E. Loffer led the study on "Women of the Bible." Mrs. Annie Wommack led the closing prayer. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ray of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. No- len of Victoria, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morris and Sharon Bell of Bright Star, Ark. have been recent visitors in the W. M. Coker and J. T. Robinson homes. '5,oo<r m PRIZES LAKE TEXARKANA FISHING RODEO JULY 4-31 3500 Tagged Fish NC ENTRY FEE! NO REGISTRATION! Just certify your tagged fish at Chamber of Commerce — John R. Berry Service Station. 934 St-te Line or |im Watson, Texaco S? vica 920 E. St.—all in Texarkano —- * eh entitles you to draw for pf.ze. $1 000 in "EXTRA MONEY" 40 Fish Specially fogged...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1958 PAGE 6 CORNETT Real estate Pastor serves as Lakeview counselor By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday .School was held at 10:15 a.m. with a good at- tendance. EThe Rev. Jack McCants spent the past week as counselor at Lakeview, in Palestine. The youth from Cornett to attend were Misses Joyce Ann Golden and Ruth Ann Crossland. The Milas Harrels spent the 4ih with Mrs. Estell Styles at Hughes Springs. Visitors in the C. B Hamp- ton home this week were Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hampton of Wichita Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hampton of Ft. Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Robison of Bossier City, La., Mr. and Mrs. James Richey and chil- dren, and Mrs. Lila Lee and daughter of Linden, Troyce Hampton of Burkburnett, and Melton Moore of Dallas. Mrs. Bera Grant spent the 4th of July and until Sunday with her son, Sgt. Julious Eitel and wife at Ft. Hood. Mrs. John Lumpkin of Mt. Pleasant visited with Mrs. Mil- dred Golden over the week end. Bobby Don McCord from East Texas...

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

t ""X ' • AMI ' L The Naples MONITOR in fs ||j^ ^ | ^wsrN.< ;',A>:;tPwK HMMNjl THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1958 SIMMS -Lr-,_n -,,-,r r Heart attack fatal to merchant WMI .flWSr " J ''#1 h*" ' | #- .|rjK Checking his melon vines ■i I I Jimmy Knight, the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Knight of route 1, Naples, examines the growth of some melons on his father's farm. The Knights have 15 acres of melons this year and most of this acreage is plant- ed to the Charleston Gray variety. County Agent R. J. Dean reminded growers that they need to examine their melon vines now for anthracnose, a disease that does its worst damage during periods of high rainfall and has been found in many melon fields this year. Texas A and M College recommends spraying with Zineb to control anthracnose and adding insecticide to the spray if insects are damaging melons. The major crop at the Knight farm is peanuts and they, have 106 acres growing well this year. 10 local Scouts attend camp Ten Boy Scouts from the Naple...

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

; EE. I • - ; , . 7 The Naples MONITOR 'THUlfcSbAY, JULY 10, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. William Stew- art, Sue and Kay of Texar- kana spent the 4th of July with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Franklin. Mrs Don King, Debbie and Doug of Texas City are visit- ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton. Kyle Whittenberg of Dallas spent last week with her aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Hummel, Jackie and Steve. Mrs. W. B. Wood of Dallas was a guest last week with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Fleming. Mrs. Lee Narramore and Sal- ly left Tuesday for Nash to visit with Mrs. J. T. Narra- more. Mrs. O'Dell Thedford, Vir- ginia and Mary of Atlanta spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hicks and Amanda Lou. JULY CLEARANCE Ladies' and Children's SUMMER CRESSES If Special Group /3 off WERE $7.95 TO $55.00 NOW $5.30 TO $36.67 \t Extra Special Group /2 price . and reductions on groups of * Ladies' Blouses * Ladies' Slips * Ladies' Hats and Bags * Children's Sl...

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

•: ■ ' >',/3KT' ? %'.■■>, c<&Z£.?&^'"s&3StSBRk ' -**■ m; , -: *-«r DANNY WILLIAMS, BATTING AND JACKIE LEE ??r- Jr. L lr 1 I Monitoring MAIN • STREET Proof Positive — We had a blessing in dis- guise last week and hope it f didn't get by you unnoticed. The Monitor, your home- town paper which doesn't give a hoot what anybody thinks Lone Star outlook good for last half about it except you who read HIS, it, has been recognized pretty xJl often as a good paper. We kept telling you about it but we couldn't prove it be- cause maybe you didn't have another paper to compare it with. Last week, everybody here was sent a sample copy of a paper from Daingerfield and Omaha. We hope you looked them over carefully and will com- pare them with your own hometown paper — the ads, prices jn local stores, news, features, pictures and all. If you did, we're confident you came to the same conclu- sion oui* newspaper profession- al people have come to. Your local paper is pretty good ...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1958 rtBE NEW ELEVATOK./ VIEWPOINTS I DON'T TRUST THESE NEW CONTRAPTIONS/ i'M SCARED." •4 I I I m pi * Higher taxes to the south If your city tax bill in Naples seems to be overly burdensome, you ought to recount your blessings. Twelve miles further south and your tax bill on the same property would be more than twice as much. And by a happy coincidence, you get as much for your little bit as your neighbors to the south do for their whole lot. Here's the way the tax systems are set up for the towns of Daingerfield and Naples: Both assess property at about one third of its actual value. Naples dips as low as a fourth in many cases. Both towns have a city tax rate of $1.50 per $100 of assessed valuation. With these figures, a person in either town with a house that cost $10,000 to build would pay on an assessment of about $3,000. The city tax on that amount in both towns would be $45. In Naples, that would be the whole tax bill. In Daingerfield, i...

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

114 i i II f WP' ?'£ >SP?!« ?l ■' FV" ]',1 The Naples MONITOR Cholera outbreak possible By R. J. Dean The Agriculture Department believes the danger of a seri- ous out-break of hog cholera is so great that it has issued a warning to farmers to vacci- nate their hogs. A recent survey shows that less than 40 per cent of the nation's hogs have been given the protection of vaccination against this serious disease. BRYANS MILL It means that 60 per cent of all hogs are unprotected — open to an epidemic of chol- era, the most serious of hog diseases. There are two reasons for alarm: 1—With so large a hog pop- ulation unprotected, an out- break might be widespread and hard to stop. 2—A decline in demand for vaccine may result in a short- Attendance good at church Sunday By Mrs. Steve Brock Attendance was very good at church and Sunday School and Bro. Moody brought some very good messages. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Pruitt and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Pruitt had as guests the past week their son and bro...

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

M K The Woman s Angle The Naples MONITOR * THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1958 PAGE 4 Serve Sweet Potatoes With So'j^aae Mrs. Jeanelle Chadwell, former Naples woman, marries at Dallas Mrs. Jeanelle Chadwell and Glenn Bandy exchanged marri- age vows July 4 at 10 a.m. in the Cochran Chapel Methodist Church at Dallas. Honor attendants were Miss Polly Sloan of Dallas, Harold Shaw of Ft. Worth, and little Misses Donna and Debbie Chadwell, daughters of the bride. For her wedding costume the bride chose a powder blue Assembly of God Church Tuesday and Friday Nights Services at 7:45 p.m. Sunday School .... 9:45 a.m. Preaching 11 a-m. Sunday Night Evangelistic Service 7:45 p.m. silk with white accessories, and her daughters were attired in powder blue organdy dresses with bouffant skirts. The Rev. Felix R. Kindel performed the ceremony. A reception was held at the home of Miss Polly Sloan of Dallas. The couple are native Tex- ans, the bride being from Na- ples and the bridegroom from Breckenridge. Follo...

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

• ■ - | j-Tt-- .rAislv^vF ■d$M '..w :; W".. ii wmm. i jpupn k; DALTON The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1958 PAGE 5 Visiting preacher ai Dalton Sunday LAUNCH INDUSTRIAL PROGRAM—Governor Price Daniel, left, and E. B. Germany, chair- man of the Texas Industrial Commission, hold a copy of "A Plan of Action to Win New industry for Your Community." This guide book to assist cities and communities of Texas in developing and presenting an industrial program has been mailed by the Commission to all chambers of commerce, mayors, county judges and newspapers of the state. Monitor places third in national contest The Monitor bumped heads with the big boys in a national newspaper contest last week and came out third best. The paper was presented a third-place plaque in a contest Tilie %Vay, 3 See Si By E. B. GERMANY In recent weeks, some pret- ty weird applications of jus- tice have occurred in Morris county, of which Daingerfield is the county seat. To set the stage for an airing of these ...

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

HO® : The Naples MONITOR ^THUfcSDAY, JULY 17, 1958 PAGE 6 CORNETT W.T. Walkers are hosts for fish fry By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev Jack McCants fill- ed the pulpit at 11 o'clock and again at 7:30 p.m. His theme lor the morning worship was "The Main Difference in the Law of God and the Love of God." There was a lar"e crowd out to hear him. The church has a nursery now. Come and bring your Children and hear a good ser- mon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes of Hobbs, N. M. arrived Tues- day to spend their vacation with relatives. Howard Stanford of Naples, and Mrs. Johnny Harrison of Dalton visited with the C. B. Hamptons over the week end. Mrs. Bera Grant and Mr. John Bobo were united in marriage Thursday morning at 7:30 a. m. at the Methodist par- sonage in Hughes Springs. The Vows were taken before an im- provised altar adorned by flowers and the cross. The Rev. Jack McCants performed the ceremony. A few friends attended The W. T. Walkers were hosts for a fish fry Saturday night. The guests ...

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

f>V- , ; i .jr.... Wm SIMWt 6 Juniors baptized at evening service By Miss Sarah Gauntt Wc are sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Durham and fam- ily from our community. The Durhams moved to Sand Hill. A friend of the Rev. and Mrs. Carkeet and Betty Ann has been visiting in their home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mac- Donald and family have had a number of visitors in their home the past week end. Roy Davis and Bobby from Dallas visited July 7 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and family. There are five people from the Simms community in the Naples hospital. We wish all of them a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Saterfield and family of Hooks visited July 9 and 10th in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Johnson. Worth Gauntt is visiting a week in Tarrant City, Ala. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and family during the past week were Mr. and Mrs. C. R. How- ard of Maud, Mr. and Mrs. Gusie Bell and family of Nap-...

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