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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 September 1958

w§. The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1958 PAGE 4 Miss Anetfe Roach and Wail Hashem exchange wedding vows Saturday In the presence of the im- mediate family and a few friends, Miss Anette Roach, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lr- vni Roach, became the bride of Wail Hashem, son of the late Prime Minister and Mrs. Hashem of Aman, Jordan Sat- urday afternoon at 5 o'clock in the home of the bride's family. The double ring ceremony was used by the couple with the Rev. Morris Hill, pastor of the First Baptist Church, hearing the exchange of vows before an improvised altar fashioned of white gladioli and greenery. The bride was attired in a white street length embroider- ed sheath dress with a gath- ered overskirt of white organ- za. She wore a small white veiled hat and her bouquet was a cascade of white feathered carnations. OCXKOCC-: SEE THE FOOTBALL GAME Urethras VS t i t James Bowie Pirates 8 p.m Friday Sept. 12 Miss Joan Hicks, maid of honor, wore a pink tucked s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 September 1958

The Naples MONITOR ng at itc THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1958 PAGE 5 Top Brahmas last week • -:V. sJ21 >-*-1 .i/:. r I* Virgil Wilson Billy Gene McCoy Buddy Rogers A-. xrJfik. William Robison SSI sfall Garden Club to meet Wednesday The Naples Garden Club will resume its regular meet- ings next week. The first meeting of the fall will be held next Wednesday, Sept. 17, at the home of Mrs. M. B. Hampton. The program will be a panel discussion on flowers arrange^ ment. The annual dues are to be paid at this meeting. NOTICE Why not eat TURKEY DINNER Sunday at TIGERT'S PIT BAR B-Q with all the trimmings $1.00 Child's Plate 50c Charlie and Nora Tigert DALTON Pastor is gaesi in Robinson heme By Mrs. J. H. Cromer Bro. Rhyne and family had lunch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson and Wil- liam Simmons. Bro. Pink Lee and wife vis- Nurse hired for PendJey home Mrs. Lorenia Wedgworth. a graduate of Texarkana N•- nig College, has been hired nurse for the Pendley Nursing Home here and will assume ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 September 1958

The Naples MONITOR Thursday, sept, 11, 1958 n The f % \ McLean to take office Jan. 1 LETTER TO THE EOITOR * Miss District REA Marilyn Knudsen of Wharton county is shown as she receives the crown of 1958 Miss Rural Electrification of Texas from the 1957 queen, Sydney Slack of Perryton. Miss Knudson was chosen from nine finalists during the statewide Texas Electric Cooperatives, Inc., annual meeting in Lubbock on Aug. 28-29. She will be Texas' entry in the national Miss ' Rural Electrification competition in Washington, D. C. in ' February of 1959. MARIETTA Admitted Roy Hammonds of Naples, medical, dismissed. Mrs. Kenneth Henderson of Daingerfield, medical, dismiss- ed. Mrs. Carson Lancaster of Na- ples, medical, dismissed. Mrs. J. H. McDaniel of Na- ples, medical. Edward Harris of Dainger- field, medical. Mrs. Edith Byrd of Dainger- field, medical. Mrs. J. E. Waldrum of Oma- ha, medical, dismissed. Alleri Heard of Naples, med- ical. A. M. Howell of Hughes Springs, surgery. Horace Hol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 September 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. II, 1958 PAGE 7 fV-.T.'.v'-l the brahma corral V Calves win opening game The Pewitt Calves won their opening football game Tues- day night over the New Boston Cubs, 12 to 6. The game was a District 13-AA Junior High contest. The Calves took a 12-0 lead over the visiting Cubs and was not scored on until the final quarter. The Calves scored in the first quarter when Quarter- back Ronald Shaw passed to Halfback Robert Roberts, who covered 30 yards for a touch- down. The try for the extra points on a running play fail- ed. The second Calf touchdown came in the third quarter when Fullback Larry Cham- bliss covered 20 yards off tackle. The Pewitt team failed again in its try for the extra points. New Boston scored its only touchdown late in the game when Mack Harris drove two yards to the goal line. The Calves will be away from home next week, playing DeKalb at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Mike Roberts new president of senior class The senior class was organiz- ed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 September 1958

Sv H ^fSC^W The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel had as week end visitors his Sister and nieces and their hus- bands, Mrs. Ethel Lumpkin, Mr. and Mrs. David Fowler end daughter, Terry, and Mr. and Mrs. James Vinson and two sons, Tony and Timmy, all of Bonham. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gamble vis^'Hl in Ft. Worth last Mon- day Mrs. Gamble remained there until last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ham- mond of Springhill, La. and T. C. Hammond of Camden, Ark. visited with their sister, Mrs. Reed Berry and Mr. Ber- ry. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Doo- Jdttle visited with their son, Shorty, at Southern State Col- lege at Magnolia, Ark. Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Mills were called to Commerce Sun- day because of the illness of his uncle, Wesley Mills. I Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Smith ?md Mr. and Mrs. Vesta Mc- Michael visited in Hot Springs Sunday and Monday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rountroe visited over the week end in JSS Dorado, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 September 1958

T.- Voters say 'NO!' to new court house No! ' times no. No m > *3*""^oO-se and jail. That ik ' morris county voters turned thumbs down on a bond issue that would have enabled the county to build a new court house and jail. The vote for the bond issue was a scant 396, less than half of the number opposed, as the issue failed in every box in the county. Even at Daingerfield where it was expected that the issue would draw its strongest sup- port, the voters were against it by a 240 to 199 marking. At Omaha, where a citizens group organized to fight the issue, the vote was 367 against it to only 25 for it. The Omaha box cast almost as many votes against it as the entire county did for it. The group there had used newspaper advertising, hand- bills and radio time to urge voters to vote against the issue. The Naples box had 100 votes against the issue and only 75 for it; Rocky Branch had 23 against and 10 for; Jenkins 64 against and 22 for; Lone Star 49 against and 34 for; and Cason ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 September 1958

a The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS The tragedy of Little Rock w f llSirrl I— The tragedy of Little Rock gets more com- plex with every action by the courts and the state government of Arkansas in the bitter battle for control of the schools. Completely lost in the political controversy is the original and primary purpose of the public school system — that of educating the children of the city, both white and Negro. Is there no choice in the matter except that of immediate integration or closed schools? Is a two and a half year delay in integra- tion too high a price to pay for an education for several thousand children of both races? Does the supreme court feel that closed schools or schools policed by armed men offer better training than those which are allowed to work toward a peaceful solution to a social problem that was ingrained in several genera- tions of southerners? Is a separate and equal school not better than no school at all? Object surrende...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 September 1958

w W SeeJt By E. 1). GERMANY A letter arrived this week from L. D. (Red) Webster, our vice president of public rela- tions and advertising who is now on a tour of Russia. This latest message includes an in- teresting description of the World's Fair in Brussels that 1 think you will find informa- tive. The letter follows: Dear Mr. Germany: Viewed by a country boy irom Texas, there is an awful lot of water in the Atlantic ocean. With destination Moscow, we boarded a DC-7-C "Seven Seas" of the Sabena fleet and left from New York's Idjewild air port. The plane was only about 2/3 full and as a result, I had 3 seats side by side, to myself. Even so, never was able to make myself comfortable. Words can't describe the feeling of utter helplessness that comes over you as the plane points its nose over the Atlantic and New York's sky- line fades quickly from sight. You know you forgot some- thing, or failed to do a last little chore, but most of all, as the steward comes on the PA system with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 September 1958

The Woman' S Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1958 PAGE 4 Local women at Betty Thompson zone meeting Eight members of the Na- ples WSCS attended the zone meeting last Thursday at the Hughes Springs Church. They were Mrs. W. F. Drig- gers, Mrs. K. R. Rowe, Mrs. Melvin Hicks, Mrs. Weldon Ballard, Mrs. Dave Russell, Mrs. Irene Harte, Mrs. E. A. Riner and Mrs. Cluren Victor Moore. MANNER Funeral Home PHONE 7-2121 Naples, Texas AMBULANCE SERVICE Any Where — Any Time Oxygen and Resuscitator Equipped is honored on seventh birthday Betty Jane Thompson was honored with a party on her seventh birthday Friday, Sept. 12, from 3:30 until 5:30 p.m. at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thompson. Red roses were used in the living room for decorations. Birthday cake was served to Mary Bob Ballard, Sheri Slid- er, Amanda Lou Hicks, Becky McDowell, Becky Brian, Dinah Anthony, Judy Freeman and Glenda Jean Thompson. Jacks, small umbrellas and balloons were given as favors. Betty Jane ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 September 1958

bets I Co. 0-tc land Mrs. |2-tc |iup- arc sols, led) Itc col- |Car- erty. lar- on ping re at Ire. (MS rs DALTON The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1958 PAGE 5 Couple returns from Michigan visit CHOW HOUNDS—Ten lively bundles of mischief hold still long enough to lap up their milk in Sheffield, England. The pups are all from the same litter. BRYANS MILL 'Week of Prayer' observed by WMU By Mrs. Steve Brock The W.M.U. met the past Wednesday for the Annie Arm- strong week of prayer pro- gram. Twenty-two members were present. A covered dish lunch was served at the noon hour. Miss Lenora Abston, our scholarship girl of East Texas Baptist College, gave the de- votionals for each day. Those giving parts were Mrs. Gerald Abston, Mr>. Buddie Lee, Mrs. A. Jones, Mrs. O. L. McCoy, Mrs. Ettye Robinson and Mrs. Steve Brock. Mrs. Ettye Robinson, Mrs. Orville Waldon and Mrs. Lea Stringer were hostesses at a bridal shower Saturday after- noon at the home of Mrs. Ettye Robinson honoring Mrs. L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 September 1958

p 'if sSili F". -mmm *■ ? ' L ■iV: ;j m- ■mm The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1958 PAGE 6 ||, Vt; 1, r 1 fl I RvV P1'" • «' ■< l j Wit I".- K 1 r#t|l|| $ggf <t ftl •zm jES^St. ■■•'■' IK - ^ Members of Lone Star Steel's Mechanical Main- tenance department gathered at the Hospital in the Pines this week to present their donation to furnish a room in the new hospital. Presenting 3rhe $450 check are Johnny Cason, Jack Gun- ~By Miss Rose Campbell September — and the open- ing of school — means a fresh «start for most family members in one way or another. • It's also the time when eat- Bg habits are re-established £©r the school and work days sahead. This is a fine time to «ostablish good breakfast habits for every member of the fam- ily. ^Eating a good breakfast pays «off in efficiency, alertness and ^better health. There's lots of 3proof for that statement. Research has shown that ^breakfast skippers rob them- selves of potential alertness and efficiency during the late ijmo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 September 1958

V, *33% V * h. The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1958 PAGE r 'V>* >'K ■y- Calves siranale DeKalb J&M WW-:; Wm itei m ,* '-i Byfli rr# K^nHi mwCWiSLf**™. Wm-- <%x '><■■■ ■KIP Halfback Jerry Oibbs carries the bail for the Brahmas in game with Pirates ~ 7 Homemakers oL the brahma corral Band presents marching routine i | I' ■ The Pewitt band continued its snappy marching routines Friday night at the first home game of the season. The band entered the field at the south goal and on the signal played "Sound and Fury March." A countermarch and right column brought the band into the main stands where the 1958-59 majorettes were intro- duced. They then did a black light dance to "Lullaby of Bird- land." Sophomore cfass is organised The sophomore class elected Eddy Glynn Davis as its presi- dent and Tommy McCoy vice president in its first meeting last Thursday. Also were elected were Kay Davis as secretary. Ann Griffin treasurer. Betty Hall reporter, Patsy McNatt and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 September 1958

The Naples MONITOR PAGE 8 THURSDAY, SEPT. IS, 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Devon Reed of Dallas visited with Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Ballard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Irvtn Jr. and family of Hooks spent ihe week end with his mother, Mrs. Gladys Irvin. Mrs. Marion Leeves and Mrs. Norma Elledge visited Sunday with relatives in Camden, Ark. PERSONAL Mrs. Curtis Jones and Mrs Doc Smith were in Gladevvater Saturday night for a shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ross Smith of Tyler Mr. and Mrs. Hardman Craig and Iris Lynn, Mrs. Frances Howard, Kathy and Becky at tended the Titus County Sing- ing Convention in Mt. Pleas ant Sunday. Mrs. Edd Skelton and Mrs Ralph Parker of Paris accom- panied Jackie Skelton, L. G Parker and Jimmie Hall of Hughes Springs to Texas A und M College Sunday. BARGAINS FROM OU« PIC* VALLr£ NO PINK, 1 BLUE I 5 J Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fulcher and daughter, Kay, were in Dallas Sunday visiting with Mrs. J. Harold Cude. Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Brab- ham visited in Atlanta with Mr. and Mrs. Pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 September 1958

' 0wp with advertisers - - and save The MONITOR 73 years old and new every week VOLUME 73 NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1958 NUMBER 9 Local girl Yair queen' ■"M I I Miss Sharon Rogers of Naples was the "fairest of the Fair" last week at Texarkana. She was the winner of the "Miss Four States Fair" contest held in connection with the fair and rodeo. She was presented a $250 hand tooled saddle and a hand tooled trophy belt buckle. Miss Sandy Black of Idabel, Okla., last years queen, made the presentation. There were 11 entrants in the contest. The girls were judged at each of the rodeo performances during the week. Miss Rogers will represent the Four States Fair at other rodeos this year. She ic the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rogers and a 1958 graduate of Pewitt school. u Monitoring MAIN STPEET ■'Si Not As I Do — Doc Smith got told on last week for his driving and one of the tattlers was Bro. Morris Hill, who himself was not com- pletely innocent, and Doc is out for revenge. In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 September 1958

e>' ; • ' ' ■ ' " A*. ■ the Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1958 PAGE 2 II: I yt i I m VIEWPOINTS preview of a future economy Texas generally is recognized as an agri- cultural state but one out of every four eggs consumed by Texans is imported because there are not enough laying flocks in the state to meet the demand. The importance of the egg industry to the state was recognized earlier this month with the formation of Ihe Texas Egg Council — an organization to promote the egg industry in Texas. It seems to be a foregone conclusion that commercial egg production holds a bright future throughout the state and Naples is fortu- nate that it began its efforts to get commercial flocks in the area at a time when the field is open and the market is good. Approximately three billion eggs are con- sumed in the state each year and Texans spend about S80 million annually for eggs. The in- dustry's investment in the state is approximate- ly $200 million. It will take a one-third increas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 September 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1958 PAGE 3 | p led |ek ■he |m- ill the bne |ch. I i POTTED PLANTS <re Flower Mart Naples Ph. TW7-4101 Card of Thanks We thank the Mary Martha Sunday School class of Naples for the fruits, candies, cookies and white rags they bring to us. Everyone enjoyed the pan- cakes Mrs. D. W. Shirey brought last week and thank her a lot. Our thanks to the Mary Martha class of the Oma- ha Church for the rags and the picture of the Lord's Supper. Also the white rags Mrs. M. B. Hampton sent and the pears and rags M-s. Ross Collins and Mrs. C. " Huffman brought. Pendley Nursing Home Tax refund deadline near Tjke IVa^ 3 See 3t By E. B. GERMANY One of the most unusual situations of my experience with organized labor has de- veloped recently at Lone Star's plant. Mr. Jim Smith, admin- istrator of Local 4134 of the United Steelworkers of Ameri- ca, is making a determined ef- fort to deprive about 75 mem- bers of his own union of their seniority rights. Evidentl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 September 1958

v, ■ vr • , ' I The Woman's Angle The Naples MONSTOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1958 PAGE 4 Fertilize now for better lawn next year By R. J. Dean Your lawn will be healthier, greener, and will have fewer weeds next year if you give it a dose of fertilizer this fall. Commercial fertilizers such as 5-10-5, 8-8-8, and 10-20-10 are commonly used on lawns. Applying 40 pounds of 5- 10-5, 25 pounds of 8-8-8, or 20 pounds of 10-20-10 per 1000 square feet of lawn is the rec- ommended rate. Distribution is important to prevent skips and overlapping. To get even distribution, di- vide the fertilizer into two CITY Barber Shop Do you know where it is located? M. N. Heard Building Come to see us. Let me pluck that dollar bill off your neck. equal lots, apply one lot length- wise and the other crosswise. Fertilizer should not be ap- plied when the grass is wet be- cause of the danger of burn- ing the leaves. Generally the fertilizer should be washed off the grass and into the soil, be- cause it cannot be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 September 1958

•aSMS w The Nap£e« THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1958 MONITOR PAGE DOUGLASSVILLE it bride honored at shower here By Mrs. B. W. Swint This reporter is very sorry to have disappointed so many oi you readers last week but that vacation lasted a few days too long. Mrs. Wallace Simmons, the former Bettye Kirkland, was honored with a miscellaneous shower Sept. 9 at the educa- tional building at the Baptist Church. Bettye received many lovely gifts. Delicious refresh- ments were enjoyed by the rel- atives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace are living in Tex- arkana and are attending Jun- ior College there. We extend our best wishes to these young people for a long and happy life. We are very sorry to report Mrs. Sue Hunt Banting quite ill this week. She was taken to the hospital in Linden and re- mains quite ill. Mrs. J. C. Frost entertained the following ladies on Thurs- day at her home: Mrs. Watt McCall, Mrs. Metta Swint, Mrs. H. S. Granberry, Mrs. Nell Eitel, Mrs. Ben Joseph Heath and children, Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 September 1958

m| I i -.pr-fflm } • v The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1958 PAGE 6 COTTON PRINTS 18c yd Girl's Top Coats $8.95 val $7.77 $10.95 va! $9.44 $13.95 val $11.88 Sheets Girl's Dresses $2.98 val $2.66 $3.95 val $3=47 $5.95 val $5.29 Bleached _ _ 1.66 Colored _ _ _ *2.29 TOWELS, 20x40 39c SKBRTS $2.98 val _ $2.77 $3.95 val _ $3.44 $5.95 val _ $4.99 BLOUSES $1.9£ val _ $1.77 $2.98 val - $2.66 $3.95 val _ $3.44 BROWN R3MFSTIC 19c yd SHOES for the ENTIRE FAMILY TRIM TRED FOR LADIES, AAA's to B's .... $6.95 to $10 SCAMPEROOS SHOES FOR CHILDREN .... $2.98 to $6.95 RANDCRAFT SHOES FOR MEN $7.95 to $13.95 A nice pair of sox or hose FREE with each pair of shoes you buy during our sale. LADIES PURSES._ *1.98 to ?4J5 STRETCH SOX Men's 39c Values Fits any foot. These will wear and wear and wear, giving you maximum foot comfort at a low, low price. Don't miss this rock-bottom bargain. LIMIT 3 PAIR TO THE CUSTOMER I * KHAKI PANTS, Cramerton Cloth KHAKI PANTS, Chetopa Twill SHIRTS TO MATCH $4.19 $...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 September 1958

I The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1958 PAGE 7 Program building committee makes plans Vtrgi! Wslson FFA president The Pewitt chapter of Future Farmers of America elected its officers for the 1958-59 school year last week. Virgil Wilson was elected president, Charles Franklin vice president, George Frost Jr. secretary, Doyce Martin treasurer. William Pope, re- porter, Dean Kay, sentinel, R. D. Bearden. advisor, and Miss Patsy Poole, chapter sweet- heart. Wilson served as vice presi- dent of the club last year and Franklin as secretary. TWO NEW STUDENTS FROM DAINGERFIELD Two new students from Daingerfield have enrolled in the sophomore class at Pewitt school this year. They are Dorothy Ann Tull- os and Wanda Story. presents Creme Extrord i n aire the brahma corral Band presents impressive show at Daingerfield The Brahma band kept up its fine marching reputation when they competed against the Daingerfield band Friday night on the Tiger field. Before entering the field the band pl...

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