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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 August 1958

The Woman s Angie The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1958 PAGE 4 Miss Nancy Jo Hampton is honored at bridal tea shower Friday evening A lovely bridal tea shower in the home of Mrs. Tom B. Smith in Marietta was given Friday evening complimenting Miss Nancy Jo Hampton, bridc- elect of Don Nance of Naples. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Billy , Williams, Mrs. Leonard Dun- can, Mrs. Lewis Rogers, Mrs. Gene McCoy, Mrs. W. 0. Betts, Mrs. Dave Finley, Mrs. P. M. Moore, Mrs. A. G. Duncan and Mrs. R. L. Harris. Guests were greeted at the door by Mrs. Smith, the hon- oree, her mother, Mrs. Horace Hampton, and Mrs. Louis Nance, mother of the groom- . to-be. Miss Hampton was lovely in a yellow cotton frock. Pinned to her shoulder was a white corsage. The reception rooms were beautifully decorated in ar- rangements of summer flow- ers. Guests were directed to the dining room where the bride's chosen colors, green and white, were effectively used in the table appointments. The table was covered with ...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 August 1958

* Lobo. women return from Kansas trip By Mrs. R. L. Harris Mr and Mrs. Ernest Hanes joined their daughter and fam- ily, the Rev. and Mrs. James Day and children of Mt. Pleas- ant, in a trip to Dallas Satur- day to visit another daughter, Miss Carolyn Hanes, who is employed there for the sum- mer. Mrs. R. R. Spurger and Mr$. Cooper and daughter have re- turned from a visit of several days in Arkansas City, Kar. They took Mrs. Hoyett Lem- mon and daughter, who had been visiting here, to their home there. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Whately of Dallas and Mrs. Eunice Ter- rell of Lubbock visited in the home of Mrs. Nettie Hunnicutt Ipart- Ibath. shed. |25-tc )eere or factor $50. 45-tc hp No s son irms rrs Is It qual- at rca- JS *PS X>. es CO. 30-tc ' DEAR EDITOR: Burr S. Cameron Attorney at Law Linden, Texas Dear Mr. Narramore: I have read with interest and approval your editorial in The Naples Monitor of July 24, 1958, under the headline, "Suits Should Be Filed." I am writing this letter to ...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 August 1958

The Naples MONITOR "thursday, august 7, 1958 page « CORNETT Texarkana man may bs new preacher By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was held at 110:15 a.m. with a good attend- ance. It was announced that a J<ev. Gill of Texarkana would preach at Harris Chapel Sun- day and that Cornett was in- vited to hear him Sunday night. It' the charge was pleas- t*cl ;with the minister, he would be the new pastor for the churches. Jerry Lowrance, a student at. LeTourneau Tech school at Longview, visited over the week end with Jerry Wom- niack, who is also a student at LeTourneau. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvis £nd daughter of Malta visited Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Bobo Sun- day. Vann B. Heard left Thurs- day by way of Dallas to spend a day or two with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Cassling, before returning to Houston. A district group meeting of {.lie MYF was held at Dainger- field State Park for a picnic and swim Monday evening. ■ Charlie Hampton has been at the Granberry Memorial Hospital in Naples for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 August 1958

GARRETT'S Department Store The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1958 Big Clearance SALE BIG DAYS (Sale begins Aug. 8 Doors open 8 a.m. Don't miss these many money saving special at Garrett's De- partment Store during the next week. Many more items marked down. See our sales tags throughout the store. PAGE 7 Sportswear for ladies and children Regular 98c Value 66c Regular SI.19 Value 77c Regular $1.98 Value $1.33 Regular $2.98 Value $197 Regular $3.95 Value $2.67 SHOES One Table of Values to $7.95 $■ Hundreds of pairs of regular stock REDUCED as much as 50% Unbleached Muslin 6 yds BEDSPREADS Chenille $4.95 val. 88 Shop now for Back to School Use our Lay-Away Plan CHILDREN'S FALL DRESSES $2 98 to $5.95 SUMMER BLOUSES, Ladies' and Children's 25% off LADIES SKIRTS Reduced 25', LADIES HATS Sale Price 50c and $1.00 BIRDSEYE DIAPERS, 27x27 Special $1.77 LACE PANELS 88c each BROADCLOTH AND DRIP-DRY COTTONS 59c and 69c Values 39c V6rd CHILDREN'S GOWNS & PAJAMAS, Reg. $1.98 $129 CHILDRE...

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

Th« Naples MONITOR "Thursday, august 7,195a page s PERSONAL | Entire Stock of Spring and Summer DRESSES PRICE SPECIAL GROUP OF DRESSES and SUITS buy 1 at PRICE and get one for 5c Summer HATS *1.88 each *1.00 Table Assorted Items S £h S Shop 1-1 STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. Lurline Lee of Seattle, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Malum and daughter, Mary Catherine;, and Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Mahan and daughter, Paula, all of Texarkana spent Sunday night with Mrs. C. F. Mase. Paula remained here to visit this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Payne of Atlanta, Ga. are visiting this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reid. They arrived here Sunday and will remain all week. Mrs. Gene Andrews of Tex- arkana visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hackney and family last week end. Mrs. Rodney McLean return- ed home Sunday from Warm Springs Foundation at Gon- zales after spending the past two months there undergoing treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brue- baker and two children of Dallas were g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 August 1958

, r- ■ I I Ssa A hatchery to produce the [top-quality Ily-Line chickens [will be established in Naples jlo serve the Northeast Texas Irrea The Kazmeier-Sherrill Com- pany of Bryan chose Naples as the site of its new hatchery last week end. A building for the new busi- ness will be erected as early [is possible on land near the & W Farm Supply Store on |iighway 67. The building will be of mas- jnry construction and will cov- tr abuut 1,200 square feet. Local manager and area rep- resentative of the hatchery will fce Bob Griffin, who has been poultry specialist on the staff if Texas A and M College. He lesignetl his job there this Leek to accept the position tie re. ■j Griffin, his wife and their ll'.hree sons, hope to move to ■Naples before school starts. gTheir oldest son will start to fgschool this year. Griffin is recognized as one ■ of the top poultry specialists Jin Texas and is well known to ■ local poultrymen. He has visit- | ed this area often and was honored at an inform...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 August 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 1958 PAGE 1 VIEWPOINTS Poultry shows promise The face of East Texas is changing. King Cotton is dead and none of the other agricultural crops that have been tested have proven to be the stable major income producer thut makes an area economically well off. There are isolated cases of profits from all crops but none of them have the dependabil- ity that cotton once had. Farmers in this area have cast about for new sources of income from their land. Somt ideas have panned out and some have flopped. One of the most promising sources of in- come in this area now is the poultry business. It is in its infancy but those here who may iw interested can be encouraged by its success in other areas where it has been started. Almost without exception, areas which de- pend on poultry for its main source of income are prosperous. It requires good management, a reasonable investment, and no more of the operator's time than the average row-crop farm. Large-scale...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 August 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 1958 PAGE 3 CORNETT f ■'< In |e in v lat let by m- Iri- ler fhe lat the l>ns 1)1 u- pe on iut- has J-om I the lan of re- ex- I but I like our to the |i.sion lsid- rin- lis, lei , ^one 2vail en a in I'd to lexist- fikely the led at vhole the parted |ed as risk- ipany Iht. In It com- |tly as tragic lull t'X- |hire a ly con- fatal which The ict up ) le said mean strik- n their lerjefits. Arbiter e DID strikers ime we reflec- d at a lotion- that lembers ■ere suf- ie night- unbings, and re- ic of the f<_\ there howcvt r ympathy ivolved. rs' great study of Am<Jri- iction of awmaker it repub- gulations illar con* njust to will con- jee It. By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. Thomas J. Price, district superintendent, of Tex- arkana, brought the 11 o'clock sermon. He read from 1st Pet- er, 1th chapter and used the following theme: "Death doth not change us more than life." There was a good attendance out to hear him. A new minister will be ap- point...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 August 1958

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 1958 PAGE 4 % m. mBS ■ Miss Gayie Ann Spencer is married tn ceremony August 1 at Port Arthur Miss Gayle Ann Spencer, the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spencer of Naples, be- came the bride of Frank Ellis Miers in a wedding ceremony Aug. 1 at Port Arthur. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Spencer of Port Arthur. The nuptials were solemniz- ed at the Fourth Avenue Bap- tist Church with the Rev. M. E. Williamson reading the vows before an altar decorated with baskets of gladioli and candel- abra against a background of greenery and jade trees. Can- delabra, seasonal flowers and greenery also decorated the baptistry and the chancel rail. White Chantilly lace fash- ioned the gown selected by the bride. The fitted bodice which dipped to a "V" front was styl- ed with brief sleeves and a por- trait neckline embellished with irridescent sequins and rhine- stones. Front panels of tulle outlined with irridescent se- qu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 August 1958

% m The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 1958 PAGE 5 rn lin he lit lL- Is. art IR. S. |]). lef- liitt Jr. i.m. |a.m. D.m. D.m. ■p.m. |)RMS rs !S 30-tc i One heifer jayed [miles b re- bvery. ration 3-2tc Itpart- 1 bath, fshed. 25-tc iDeere or Iractor $50. 45-tc id hp In. No Ipson's 44-tc >r mm Engagement announced Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Points of Pickton announce the engage- ment and approaching marri- age of their daughter, Tina Louise, to Willie James Pal- more, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Palmore of Naples. The bride-elect is a graduate of Pickton high school and is now attending East Texas State College. The future bridegroom is a BRYANS MILL Pleasant Hill revival begins Friday By Mrs. Steve Brock Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Pruitt vis- ited a few days last week in Dallas with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Carver and Pamela. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Williams and daughter of Hooks were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Lee and Pat the past week. Miss Mildred Stringer of Dal- las vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 August 1958

i Mrs. Dick Lawings and little daughter, Darlene, are spend- ing several days at home. Dar- Jene has been a patient at the M. D. Anderson Hospital at Houston for the past few weeks. Mr and Mrs. P. L. Fetseh of Ada, Okla. are spending several days in the R. J. Wom- mack home. Shortly after their return to Ada, they will move to St. Louis to make their home. Mrs. Clarence Holt and fam- ily of Victoria spent several days last week with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Har- iris. Larry Barron is confincd to his home with the mumps this week. Mrs. Lon Bohannan has Ijeen a patient at the Memorial Hospital in Naples. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harris spent Sunday in Longview in the C. A. Groves Jr. home. Her mother, Mrs. L. L. Row- land of Canton, who had been visiting there, came home with them for a visit. All of the brothers of P. A. Crocker were visitors in the Crocker home Sunday and Monday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Almouth Crocker of Greenwood, Miss., Atlas Crock- er of Memphis, Tenn. and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 August 1958

JI I DOUGLASSVILLE M!?l members will have 'slave days' vice president Bearden elected By Mrs. B. W. Swint Texarkana District Seminar was held in the First Meth- odist Church at Omaha this Thursday at 9:30 a.m. All of- iicers and members of the WSCS were invited to attend and take a sack lunch. The drinks were furnished by the hostesses and a nursery was provided for the children. The Vacation Bible School began here Monday morning. Classes are being held from tt:30 a.m. until 10 a.m. Members of the MYF will have their "slave days" Thurs- day and Friday. They will mow your yard, wash your dishes and do other chores that you may have for them to do. They will meet at the parsonage. Call them there. The revival is being held at Midway this week. The Rev. Jones is conducting it and on Sunday, Aug. 17, he will be at Union Chapel in a revival. Everyone is invited to attend these revivals. Mrs. Charles Ferguson, Tex- arkana. was honored Monday morning in the home of Mrs. Bledsoe. Mrs. Josh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 14 August 1958

, I ? ^ ♦ ' in Hi ri S -1 m A ■ V\ The Naples MONITOR 'THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bruo- baker, Herman Loyd. Mary Ann and Martha Joe visited Mr. and Mrs. Burl Clawson of Nash Sunday afternoon. They filso visited Mr. and Mrs. Hor- ace Clawson of New Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collins of Haynesville, La. and their son, Hoy, and his two children of Lake Charles, La., visited Mrs. Janie Hampton last Thursday. Visitors with her Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wommaek of Haynesville. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Osborn visited Mr. and Mrs. Anis Riv- ers at Omaha Sunday. Emigre Stock Of SPRING and SUMMER MESSES PRICE Extra Special RACK Dresses - Skirts and OTHER ITEMS BARGAINS GALORE Come in and check our prices before buying. FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY NO REFUNDS NO ALTERATIONS S &> S Shop Whitfield Hampton has ac- cepted a job in Corpus Christi and went there about two weeks ago to start work. Mrs. W. L. Kelly of Paris visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Osborn, la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 August 1958

1111 ; if " Rural residents rs^\y get phones Rural residents of Morris county may get telephone serv- ice. A meeting to discuss the possibilities has been called for 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 22, at the court house at Dainger- field. The meeting will be open to all people who. are inter- ested. If the service is offered to rural residents, it will be by the REA. Max Moore, manager of the E-Tex Co-op of Gilmer, will meet with all interested persons and explain the REA telephone program and how Morris county residents may get it. Telephone service in many rural areas of the county is not available now from the companies serving the towns in the county. Voters scratch short ballot Saturday The Second Democratic Pri- mary election will be held Sat- day but it won't take the voter long to cast his ballot. Naples voters will have only two choices, Omaha two, and the local area of Cass county three. In Cass county, they will choose a commissioner for Precinct 2, beats 2 and 3, from between Cu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 August 1958

" ; ■ " THURSDAY The Naples MONITOR AUG. 21, 1958 PAGE 2 r a ! '1 I VIEWPOINTS Something extra at school Everything that a student learns in school k not taught from a book. Some of the most valuable lessons to be learned are not in the fields of geography, Eng- lish or mathematics but in the field of personal relations with others. You've seen the student who is a whiz in the classroom but is lost in the rough and tum- ble adult world when he leaves school. The schools offer training that prepares a boy for the tough competitive future but there is no way to get him to take advantage of that training unless he and his family want him to. High schools devote a good amount of time to athletic competition. They offer football, basketball, track, baseball and other competi- tive sports. Some teachers will tell you that a student who makes a "B" average and takes part in other school activities stands a better chance of success as an adult than a "straight A" stu- dent with no outside i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 August 1958

mpn tmm The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 1958 PAGE 3 NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF MORRIS To tW~ qualified electors JF, rris County, Texas, taxable property m said county and who have duly rendered the same for taxation: TAKE NOTICE that an elec- tion will be held on the 13th day of September, 1958, within Morris County, Texas, to de- termine if said County shall i*me Courthouse and Jail Bonds, and if a tax shall be levied on all taxable property within said County sufficient to pay the interest on said bonds and create a sinking fund sufficient to pay the prin- cipal thereof at maturity, in pursuance to an ELECTION ORDER made and entered by the Commissioners' Court of Morris County, Texas, on the 18th day of August, 1958, and which order is in words and ligures as follows: ORDER FOR COURTHOUSE AND JAIL BOND ELECTION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF MORRIS ON THIS, the 18th day of August, 1958, the Commission- ers' Court of Morris County,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 August 1958

yr**- The Woman's Angle ii )i 1 ' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 1958 PAGE 4 Miss Labors?a Poison becomes bride of Lowell Pilc^lschael on August 2 Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Poison announce the marriage of their daughter, Lahoma, to Lowell McMichael, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reid McMichael of Na- ples. The wedding was an event MARIETTA of Aug. 2 at the First Baptist Church of Hugo, Okla. Both the bride and bride- groom are graduates of Paul H. Pewitt high school and both attended Texarkana College. They will make their home in Dallas. School will start again on Sept. 2 i ! ' i By Mrs. R. L. Harris Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Wom- mack and daughter of San An- gelo spent several days last week in the R. J. Wommack home. Mrs. Dessye Lee of Jacksonville was also a guest in the Wommack home for several days. Preston Stone is a patient in the Naples hospital. Mrs. Henry Davis, Mrs. Ber- ry Frost and daughter, Debbie, spent several days last week in Dallas in the W. E. Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 August 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 1958 PAGE 5 BAPTIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES Little Leaguers end up with 13-1 mark Naples' Little League base- ball team ended its season last \v'r* ^Aa record of 13 wins arid v HocJ^^ied out a 4-3 win over the Naples team to mar an otherwise perfect record. The team played in a three- team league with Hooks and Omaha. It was one of the most suc- cessful seasons a local team has ever had and the members of the term were honored at a picnic Tuesday night at Dell- wood park in Mt. Pleasant. H. C. Griffin and Bud L. Williams managed the team to I I of r- if e *r- I of aff ve Ith- jnd pm- Der ind Ised iuip- arc tools. ((Red) s. rtC One leifer Irayed ] miles I0 re- Dvery. Jtation 3-2tc |apart- bath. Wished. 25-tc lun hp No pson's 44-tc |ORMS (IS 30t 3st qual- at rea- ILUS \PS CO. lest JT lices R CO. 30-tc CITY Barber Shop — AIR CONDITIONED — It takes your head to make our business pay. Besides, we like to look at it. COME TO SEE US whether you need a haircu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 August 1958

*1 Thm Naples MONITOR "Thursday, aug. 21, 1958 BRYANS MILL Pleasant Hill revival ends Sunday By Mrs. Steve Brock Attendance has been good during the revival which will end Sunday night, Aug. 24. !Bro Carver is bringing some wonderful messages. We're sorry to report Mr. 'Jell Pruitt on our sick list this week. He went to Longview for examination last Friday and is sfcH confined to his home. Mr. Claud Laywell is also Sick this week. We wish them a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Darlin had as guests over the week ««d Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson and children, Laura and Perry of Longview, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davlin of Jefferson. Mrs. Nettie Honeycutt of Ma- rietta has been spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Stringer. Sarah Law of Texarkana is a visitor this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Brewer of Ft. Worth visited with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melton Monday. Visitors during last week were Air. and Mrs. Cecil Payne of Maud, and Mr. and Mrs. Joh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 August 1958

hmrm T • * ' ' ':- " : ' > ; The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 1958 PAG* / James Bowie students to register Aug. 29 I James Bowie students will register for the 1958-59 term Friday, Aug. 29, and begin thejrv^s^s on Sept. 2. A meeting will be be*Jd before registra- tion. * The Schedule was announced by J. P. Vinson, superintend- ent. Buses will run at the regular time on the regular routes on Friday morning for registra- tion and students will be re- turned home about 11 a.m. The cafeteria will be open for the first time Sept. 2 and the prices will be the same as they were last year. Birth certificates will be re- quired of all beginning six DCUGLASSVILLE year old students. Holidays for the term havo been scheduled for Thanksgiv- ing Nov. 27-28; Christmas Dec. 22 to Jan. 5; and Easter March 27-30. Two new faculty members have been assigned. J. C. Pridgeon, who has coached at Jefferson and at Mineral Wells, has been name d head coach for 1958-59. Melvin L. Barto, who gradu- ate...

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