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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 August 1958

r' * „ * T / jfc, The Naples MONITOR Thursday, AUG. 21, 195* PAGE 8 PERSONAL Miss Louise Points of Com- merce was a house guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lenoy Slider over the week end. Visitors in the J. B. Watts home last Friday were Mrs. Dessie Shattuck of Liberty, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Neal Shattuck of Alto, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton ftobison of Daingerfield. Becky and Susan Whitecot- ton of Garland spent last week visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Watts and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watts White- cotton, Patti and Cindy, came here for thfe week end and they all returned to Garland Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Wells of Linden visited with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thomas Sunday aft- ernoon. Billie and Rebecca Carothers -have returned to their home in Dallas after visiting with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Tuck, while their mother, Mrs. Paulette Caro- thers, visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marizano of Oakland, Calif. ' Mr. and Mrs. Edd Dale of •Hry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 August 1958

Li pi • ' ■ *"+■ 4, k \f i'r i * * I f-1 Ps * * F"- ># i - ' Boon and Zimmerman win ★ Fred Zimmerman was nomi- nated as commissioner for pre- cinct 2 and D. H. Boon as county judge in heavy Cass county voting Saturday. The two local races were decided by thin margins as the total votes cast exceeded those of the first primary. Zimmerman held a 36-vote edge over Curtis E. "Gene" Hancock in the race for com- missioner and Boon led Tom N. Cope by only 89 votes for county judge. D. H. BOON Zimmerman received 612 in Saturday's election to 576 lor Hancock. Boon's total was 2,770 to 2,681 for Cope. The high interest in the local election was indicated by the total vote. In the first pri- mary, the five candidates for county judge received only 5,174 votes compared to the 5,451 cast in the runoff Satur- day. In the commissioner's race, the total vote Saturday was 1,188 compared to 1,068 in the first primary. In the only other race on the local ballots, Cass county gave a slim edge to Rob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 August 1958

'A I / The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS County needs a court house Morris county has a horse and buggy court house to take care of its industrial age business but its citizens can change that on Sept. 13 if they want to. The county officials have put it squarely up to the voters to decide whether or not they want to continue to get by with their 77 year old building or replace it with one that is large enough to take care of the growing needs of the county. Anyone who has been in the court house in the past few years knows that the building has long ago become inadequate. There is not enough space and the building itself is not only in poor repair but has deteriorated beyond the point where remodeling would make it ade- quate again. There will be opposition to the bond issue that is necessary to finance a new building. There always is. People who send their money to Washington and see it squandered all over the world get pecularly close with their money w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 August 1958

pgstfe . 4^> OF ELECTION THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF MORRIS To the resident qualified electors of Morris County, Texas, who own taxable property in 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 issue 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 figures 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, Texas, convened in special ses- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 August 1958

f i The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1958 PAGE 4 American Legion Auxiliary installs new officers in ceremony Monday The American Legion Aux- iliary had its installation of of- ficers at the Methodist Church Monday night with Mrs. Waldo M. Meisenheimer of Jefferson in charge of the service. After an impressive cere- mony, Mrs. Cluren Victor Moore sang "Crown of Peace" accompanied by Mrs. Hattie Moore at the piano. Mrs. Ed Alexander, out-go- ing president, was presented a past-president's pin from the auxiliary in appreciation of her past year's faithful service to the organization. Punch and cookies were served. New officers installed were Mrs. Ed James, president; Mrs. Ed Alexander, vice president; Mrs. Leman Foster, corre- sponding secretary; Mrs. How- ard Moore, recording secreta- ry; Mrs. Otho Eakin, treasur- er; Mrs. Irene Harte, historian; Mrs. Dan Watson, chaplain; and Mrs. E. O. Riner, sergeant of arms. Mrs. Dan Watson, and Mrs. Bill Cole were named to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 August 1958

■i, •;:* ■ DO PERSONAL Mrs. Mattie Daines and Mrs. F. G. Parker of Texarkana is visiting for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge and Suzanne. Mrs. Jim Elledge shopped in Dallas Tuesday and attended a fashion show. Mrs. Celo Briggs of Texarkana also at- tended the show. Mrs. W. D. Berry, Mrs. Gay- nell Rogers of Pittsburg and Mrs. Bervin Ruffen and daugh- ter. Janet, of Houston visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Reed Berry. Mrs. C. W. Huffman return- ed home last Friday after an extended visit at Toledo, Ohio with her daughter, Mrs. Primm Alexander, and with Mrs. Har- old Krummel at Monroe City, Mo. C. R. Foster, Mrs. Mary Her- rod and her son, Billy Joe, of Atlanta. Ga., are visiting with their mother, Mrs. Lee Reid and Mr. Reid this week. Mrs. George Vissering and Mrs. Pearl Pate were in Long- view Monday. Mrs. Vissering, who has recently been appoint- ed as a saleslady for Stauffer Home Plan, attended a sales meeting there. / ^jjTACUUR OFFER IN 0t • " SHEAFPER SPECIAL. ...STUDE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 August 1958

/ J! The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1958 PAGE <S Half million pines ordered for landowners By R. J. Dean More than hall' a million pine seedlings have been or- dered to date by landowners in Morris county for planting this fall and winter. The seedlings may be order- ed from the Texas Forest •Ser vice at Alto and the cost is $5 50 per thousand, FOB. Anyone who wants to plant pines this fall and winter should place their orders now. •Order blanks are available at the county agent's office in Daingerfield. The small tree farmer is a pretty important person in the timber industry. According to a review of the nation's tim- S.JMMS ber resources by the U. S. De- partment of Agriculture's For- est Service, holdings of less than 100 acres account for 86 per cent of all private hold- ings. These small holdings include about 121 million acres, rep- resenting one fourth of all commercial forest lands — or approximately as much as all public holdings combined. Some of the landowners ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 August 1958

1 ■■ y ■y f t I ill DOUG VILLE Local group to attend quarterly meet By Mrs. B. W. Swint Members of this charge are invited to attend the first quar- terly meeting at Cedar Grove on Sept. 7. You are to bring your covered dish or your Junch. District Superintendent Thomas Price of Texarkana will bring the message to the group. A business session will be held. We are very sorry to report Mr. A. D. Morris ill at this time. We send our best wishes for a quick recovery. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Granber- ry were Saturday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Granberry of Tex- arkana. Members of "Ever Ready" Sunday School class will hold their monthly social in the park this Friday evening. A "pot luck" dinner will be serv- ed at 6 p.m. All members and associate members will bring their favorite dish and enjoy the evening together. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morriss and Mr. and Mrs. James Mor- riss and children are enjoying their vacation in Louisiana. They plan to visit New Or- leans and other...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 28 August 1958

Naples THURSDAY PACE - Honor American NAPLES TEXAS 29-30 ; $me $ Prtfhi FarsmM With Bargains Like These From The Eating Man's Friend TOM T H U SVI B i FREE! DRAWING Sat., Aug. 30, 6 p.m. a Nothing to buy — Come in and register. PHILCO RADIO Table Model F-809 in a Beautiful Lustre Ivory Color. Per- fect Tone Quality — the Answer to a Teenager's Prayer. FOLDING TOTE TABLE Built Like Fine Furniture! Steel Girder-Type Construction insures a steady, sturdy table surface, indoors or out! NEWPORT BATHROOM SCALE White Finish Complements Any Color Bath! 3 SETS OF ELSiE TWINS also will be given FREE! We will serve BORDEN'S ORANGE DRINK FREE all 3 days! FOLGER'S MOUNTAIN GROWN COFFEE 1- Pound Can IMPERIAL Sugar 10 ibs 89c We Give &H. GREEN STAMPS which are our means of expressing our appreciation for your patronage. For more than six decades, thrifty folks have been trading where they see the Green Stamp sign. Join them by saving Green Stamps and exchanging them for any of the many beautif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 September 1958

a scrappy Mnall team up to a squad tli?.t out- igns them 30 pounds per man? You will get the answer to f both questions Friday night f- Football leaves the sketch Ijad of Coach Fielding Huddle- ston and goes onto the play- ing field. " The Brahmas, a light but scrappy retread of the 1957 Pewitt pattern, go. to Hughes Springs Friday night for the ule. It will be an interesting test. The Brahmas will field a starting team that ranges from two 130-pounders, Guard Wil- liam Robison and Halfback Jerry Gibbs, to a 230-pounder, Center Ray Richey. In between, there will be Ends Billy Gene McCoy at 150 and Mike Dale at 168; Tackles Charles Shaw at 162 and Regi- nald Mclntyre or Charles Thig- pen, who each weigh 150; Guard Virgil Wilson at 140; forf&l season open* Friday - - Brahmas face Mustangs |ow>^ "vie Brahmas do first game on the 1958 sched- Quarterback Buddy Rogers at With a similar size adva 142; Halfback Mike Roberts at 151; and Fullback J. Roy Tray- lor at 172. Over all, they...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 September 1958

The Naple* MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1958 PAGE 1 VIEWPOINTS Two questions The issue is clear-cut next Saturday when Morris county voters decide whether they will continue to get by with a 77-year-old court house or foot the bill for a new one. It is as simple as this: Does Morris county need a new court house, and can it afford one? Those are the questions which should de- cide whether you should vote for the bond issue or against it. If you conscientiously feel that the present structure is sufficient, you should vote against the issue. If you feel that the county can not afford the cost of a new building, you should vote against it. But you should find out honestly and truth- fully the answers to those questions before you vote. County officials will explain to you the financial status of the county. It has a surplus now of more than $200,000 and is accumulating more all of the time. The county can afford a new court house. It is in good financial shape. If you are in doubt about...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1958 PAGE 3 W^rns against socialism "When government is big enough to give you everything you want, it is big enough to ftfike all that you have." That was the warning sound- ed Tuesday night by L. H. West, president of the Texas Farm Bureau, in a talk at the district Farm Bureau meeting at y e Alps Cafe in Mt. Pleas- ant. More than 400 members of the bureau heard West warn of the perils of creeping social- ism and urge a trend away from government control. West cited England as a place where farm socialism was a failure. There the government buys pe P Rg Ith ler lof fcr- ik all of the eggs produced and pays 56 cents a dozen for them, he said. It sells the eggs for 28 cents a dozen and taxes make up the difference, West said. Following his talk, the dis- trict nominated a Van Zandt county girl as its queen and she will compete for the state title this fall. " Morris county members of J the bureau who attended the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 September 1958

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1958 PAGE 4 Special Occasion Means Cherry Cheese Cake Miss Nanci Ann Hawkins' engagement to C. W. Forsyth Jr. is announced The engagement and ap- proaching marriage of Miss Nanci Ann Hawkins to C. W. Forsyth Jr. has been announc- ed by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Hawkins of Omaha. The parents of the prospec- tive bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Forsyth Sr. of Omaha. The couple will exchange wedding vows at 8 p.m. Fri- day, Sept. 26, at the First Bap- tist Church at Omaha. The Rev. Clifford Longino, pastor, will officiate. Miss Hawkins is a graduate of Paul H. Pewitt high school and is employed as secretary to the district attorney, Harry L. Williams, in Daingerfield. METHODIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES The prospective bridegroom also is a graduate of Pewitt high school and attended Tex- arkana College and Arlington State College. A reception will be held im- mediately after the wedding ceremony at the home of the bride-elect's' a...

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

wM Funeral services hellyTsturday for Mrs. Peavy i Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday for Mrs. Delia Peavy, 81, who died at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at a Ter- rell hospital. Mrs. Peavy had made her home in Greenville for the past several years. The services were conducted by the Rev. Clifton Mills at the Cornett Methodist Church. Burial was in the Cornett cem- etery with the Hanner Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Peavy is survived by two sons, Dave Peavy of Ma- rietta, Okla. and R. J. Peavy of Greenville; one sister, Mrs. Beulah Hawkins of Maud; one brother, Pearl Lewis of Na- ples; and one grandson, R. J. Peavy Jr. of Greenville. Pallbearers were Hix Wom- mack, Leonard Kennedy, Nu- gent Kesseler, Archie Heard, Baldy Davis and Bill Kennedy. CHAMBER TO MEET MONDAY NIGHT The Naples chamber of com- merce will hold its September meeting Monday night at the First Methodist Church here. fThe meeting will start at 8 p.m. f ; . ■ ^ .si,-,! T? i, ' t- >< A**' •• '.iL r.. >..J< ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 September 1958

t, ■■ c • 'wm . VS. The Naples MONITOR thursday, sept. 4, 1958 PAGE 6 .. v;>- ... *,$8$ . College term starts Monday s mm pSr iOM| >•. V ■m t « Texarkana College will open ils 31st term Monday, Sept. 8. Enrolled at the school this year will be approximately 16 students from Naples, Omaha, James Bowie and Marietta in addition to last year's students who will return. That many have completed early registra- tion at the college. The college again will oper- ate a bus service to the area with only a token charge of $5 per semester. The week beginning Sept. 8 will be given to registration and counseling with students. Both day and night classes will begin Monday, Sept. 15. The approximately 600 stu- dents who have registered ear- ly will not have to schedule classes during the first week. However, all students will have to report during this week of Sept. 8 to make arrangements for the tuition and fees and get their textbooks. DEPENDABJj Watch Re| J. W. GARRETT JEWELER spJ^r WHEN Y...

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

At-' -V...... ; x to change name t ■ I ■ Aftor almost a half century under the name Southwestern Gas and Electric Company, an- nouncement was made this week that effective Oct. 1 the name would be changed to Southwestern Electric Power Company. For the past 15 years of the company's 46-year-old history, Southwestern has been solely in the electric service business. The last gas distribution prop- erty was sold in 1943. Prior to t hat time the company had also been engaged in operating wa- ter systems, ice manufacturing plants and transportation sys- tems in addition to natural gas distribution. The company was organized DOUGLASSVILLE in June 1912 and now serves 150 communities in the tri- state area of Western Arkan- sas, Northwest Louisiana and Northeast Texas. It has 195,000 electric customers in the area, a growth of 60,000 in the last ten years. Changing the name of a business that has been in op- eration for almost 50 years will take some time to com- plete, company officials s...

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

,• The Naples MONITOR thursday, sept, 4, 1958 page 8 PERSONAL Visitors with Mr. and Mrs. 3Edd Skelton and Jackie over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stringer, Mr. and +Mrs. George Frost and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stringer, Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Stringer baby of Bryans Mill, Mr. ■iind Mrs. Dan Hicks and Linda v{ Mt. Pleasant, Mr. and Mrs. •Edwin Stringer and boys of Dallas, and Billy Mac Parsley of Daingerfield. Mr. and Mrs. Hardman Craig, Morris and Iris, Mrs. Frances Howard, Kathy and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Dodson, Mike and Mark, and Joe Stacks and Miss Charlene Craig of Dallas enjoyed a barbecue lunch at the Simms park Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hamp- ton had as week end guests tfcheir son', Jack, and Miss Helen Tutt of Dallas. Miss Ruby Welch spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welch. Mrs. Welch's sister, Mrs. Howard .Haynes of Marshall, also visit- ed with them. They all had dinner in the George Welch home at Atlanta Sunday. Miss fiuby Welch an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 September 1958

Court house bond issue up to voters Saturday Welfare che(ks h rajsed /. ioejfn county can have a new court house and jail with- out any additional cost to its citizens if the bond issue is ap- proved by the voters Saturday. That was the opinion of a committee of citizens appoint- ed by commissioners' court to choose a location for the pro- posed new building and to de- termine whether or not the county needed and could af- ford to pay for a new building. The committee came to the conclusion, after its study, that the building could be paid for within 20 to 25 years without any additional taxes except for that paid on new construction in the county. Eligible to vote in the elec- tion Saturday will be all resi- dent qualified voters who own taxable property in the county and who have rendered the property for taxes. The person must live in the county to be eligible to vote. Voting will be at all of the regular polls in the county from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. The ballot will have two items...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 September 1958

! ,i>.V jtffc The Naj -es MONITOR Thursday, sept, n, i?£ a _J 1-1 ft page 2 " *•' rT^-V ! 'W " '* '^MR^9kJU PP ■ >WPU WJI II 1 ' ■"' IP1' -1 ." 1 .1 — ... c';V- ' Something for nothing It's almost official now. You have the rare opportunity Saturday to vote for a bond issue with no resulting increase in taxes. The committee which made a study of the county's needs for a new court house and jail and the financial condition of the county came to the conclusion ihat the county would be able to pay off the bond issue before the maturity date on the present income plus the normal year-to-year increase as a result of new build- ings. The assurance of no tax increase also in- cludes all of the other gimmicks which some- times are used to pay off public indebtedness, such as a raise in property evaluations. In other words, a new court house and jail won't cost you a thing you aren't paying now. There are, of course, catastrophes which could change the entire situation but they are rem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 September 1958

I j: I I I ES 111 I 1(1 ve. be * 9 I I . h Furnish hospital rooms Lester Walker, left, and P. E. Campbell, rep- resenting the Lone Star Steel utilities depart- ment, and Herman Barnwell and Forrest Hart of electrical maintenance present checks to DOUGLASSVILLE George White, secretary-treasurer of the Hos- pital in the Pines board of directors. The two departments each presented checks for $450 to be used in furnishing a double room in the facility being donated to the Northeast Texas area by Lone Star Steel Company. Zone meeting planned here Sept. 18 By Mrs. B. W. Swint The nice little rain was wel- come this Sunday afternoon. We are having a touch of fall at this time. On Labor Day last week, Mr. A. D. Morriss was happy to have his children, grandchil- dren and great grandchildren for a picnic on the porch for the evening meal. Mrs. Leslie Griffin of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. James Morriss and girls were visiting their fam- ilies so the party was a get- together for the families. Be...

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