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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 September 1958

.KM- j$mlv B ..• '.1V THURSD.i 'AG! PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Carroll End- sley of Dallas spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Halbert Wommack. Erroll Hall visited from Fri- day until Sunday with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bun Hall, after attending his first week of school at East Texas. Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Watson of Vandervoort, Ark. visited with friends and relatives here Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Carlisle and children spent Sunday vis- iting with Mrs. Clarence Car- lisle and Marcelle. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Neal visited in Omaha Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman King and family. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Lancaster and Ann of Diana and Mrs. Versey Eitel of DeKalb visited Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Jacobs Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pride of Texarkana and Mr. and Mrs. Burl Clawson of DeKalb visited with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Brue- bakes Sunday. NORMA'S DRESS SHOP A perfect gift for her in Lingerie We have nylon lace bras, panties, petticoat slips, gowns, pajamas, robes, and curl caps, all to match in Rose...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 October 1958

Locc, name one of state's top 4-H members Willie James Palmore of Na- ples has been named one of the 12 most outstanding 4-H club members in Texas. As one of the top 12, he will receive one of the state's most coveted 4-H awards — Santa Fe Educational Awards provid- ed by the Santa Fe railroad. The awards are offered to 4-H members in connection with the 1958 National 4-H Club Congress. The winners will be mem- bers of the Texas delegation to the national convention in Chicago from Nov. 30 through Dec. 4. Palmore, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Palmore of Naples, is a student at East Texas Stale College at Commerce. Judging to determine the winners was first done on the county basis, then the district, and finally statewide. The final selections were on the basis of the member's lead- ership and achievement in 4-H; length of membership; partici- pation in community, county, district and state activities; production records and the over-all record submitted by the participant. Certifi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS MARIETTA Tongue clucking won't cure problem Texarkana is swallowing hard to down its unappetizing display of mob rule, juvenile ar- rogance and wanton destruction of property last Thursday night in its downtown area. A group of a hundred or so teenagers to- gether with idle bystanders put on the sicken- ing display under the guise of a spirited high school group keyed up for a football game. Cars were damaged, a woman was slapped and racial undertones developed as some of the bully boys vented their spite ' Negroes who happened into the area. The pity of the whole sordid show is not the extent of the damage nor the injury to in- dividual victims but the fact that it was allow- ed to continue unchecked until it had obviously grown beyond the point of good clean fun. It is unthinkable that cars at the major intersection of the town could be heavily dam- aged by a group of vandals without the know- ledge of police patroling th...

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

Ithe frith (will |x*, the lave 1 nio. Noel f for 1 prth I lene 3ok- I end. 2an- jink iter, EN | Kg SOX \ 3 C RE The NapJes MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1953 PAGE 3 we planning for new highway okayed 'l he JidvjiTT.d nlnnninff for nrniprt in Mnrris pnnntv nnp Vfi ititni-chnnop cniillm/f.«t tr The adv:i7r.d planning for Interstate Highway 30 in Mor- ris, Titus and Bowie counties for 1961-82 has been approved by the State Highway Commis- sion. The program involves the lo- cation of surveys, preparation of schematics and determina- tion of right of way require- ments on the new federal ex- pressway to be built north of Naples and Omaha. The program includes one Give Bloomi project in Morris county, one in Titus county and three in Bowie county. In Morris county, the proj- ect includes 5.6 miles from the Titus county line northeast to the west end of the Sulphur River bridge. Titus county's part in the program is 6.6 miles from FM 1001 interchange to the Morris county line. The three Bowie ...

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

The Woman's Angle The Maples Fw3CNuTGH THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1953 PAGE 4 Mr. anxii Donald Sm'ath bettered with miscellaneous shower Saturday The Marietta lunch room was beautifully decorated Sat- urday evening for a shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith of Tyler, who were re- cently married. The room was decorated throughout with wedding bells and fall flowers. Guests were registered by Miss Janeta Baugh and Miss Winifred May. The gifts were displayed from lovely arranged tables. Refreshments of party pink punch, sandwiches, pickles and cookies were served to approxi- mately 50 guests and many other friends sent gifts. Out of town guests were from Gladewater, Naples, Lin- den, Bryans Mill, Texarkana and Douglassville. Hostesses were Mrs. Claude Henson, Mrs. B. T. Baugh, Mrs. Hugh Stringer, Mrs. Vernon May, Mrs. James Laywell, Mrs. Lawrence Shankles, Mrs. Ken- nard Fleming, Mrs. Frank El- lington and Mrs. Marshall Smith. ■MS m i i . v * vm: ' * S3 " . . V * JSP % * L'iSkm m I MllK Ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 October 1958

V\yj • -•1 'ii..' • ■ * * ■iinii > I.*II „«** f JjWSW' ™ ■ Himm i ' ifii£J"m*!*' ■ ■ *V*£ . ' ..iMT** ■ ' I If* l ~ r 1^ pn the 8-4tc sets Co. 40-tc im and Mrs. 32-tc I equip- pd arc tools. . (Red) :as. 4-tc Id and Crim- |nt pur- sod. 95 Id hard (pounds. 9-tc | fishing lere at Store. >RMS pi house . 5-tc st qual- at rca- ,US MPS CO. st T ces CO. 30-tc IBRYAN^ MILL h ■ FoHfcer resident dies in Oklahoma By Mrs. Steve Brock The Rev. N. S. Moody brought a very good message from Isaiah Sunuay. This wui be Bro. Moody's last service here. We hate to have these good people leave our commu- nity. Word was received here Tuesday that Brock Campbell of Wright City, Okla. had pass- ed away in his home there Monday night. Brock was a former resident of this place and was a nephew of Steve and Ben Brock. Jeff Prewitt is still sick. We are sorry to report that Mrs. Frank Carlisle is no better. Our sympathy is these families. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Skelton had as guests over the week end her sister ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1958 PAGE 6 Win wars, lose peace, speaker says "We have won three wars but gave them away because we have sent to Washington people who are interested in their own self-advancement rather than the advancement of the United States with the result that America now stands on the brink of disaster." That was the alarming mes- sage Monday night from E. R. Bondurant of Texarkana in his talk at an Americanism rally at Pewitt school. The rally was sponsored by the Clayton Harte American Legion post and its Auxiliary. The Brahma band presented a concert along with the rally. Bondurant, long active in Legion activities, is a veteran of World War I. He deplored the fact that a "group of decrepit politicians in Washington" have become powerful enough to threaten the very freedom granted by the federal constitution. Bondurant reviewed the ef- forts of the Legion and Auxili- ary each year to serve America and urged teachers to teach appreciation for all that A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 October 1958

*w i i 3 i I ^>oth teams idle 9 I XJ> The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 2. 1958 PAGE 7 Football fans of the Pewitt district have a week off this week. Both the junior high school Calves and the senior high Brahmas have open dates this week. The Calves get back into ac- tion next Tuesday night when Hooks comes here for a con- ference game and the Brah- mas travel to Hawkins next WHERE THEY PLAY THIS WEEK Pewitt Open Date Atlanta at Pittsburg Daingerfield at Hooks DeKalb Open Date Liberty-Eylau at James Bowie RESULTS OF GAMES LAST WEEK Pine Tree 14 Pewitt 0 Daingerfield 6 Atlanta 0 Broken Bow 22 Clarksville 8 DeKalb 8 Pittsburg 0 Hooks 27 James Bowie 0 New Boston 0 Linden 30 55 FFA boys to attend Fair at Dallas Saturday About 55 Future Farmers of the Pewitt chapter will attend the Rural Youth Day at the State Fair of Texas at Dallas Saturday. Fair officials expect more than a hundred thousand rural youths from all parts of Texas on the opening day of the fair. The Pewitt chapter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 October 1958

to The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mrs. C. J. Floyd and Mrs. Annie Scurlock of Texarkana spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hicks and Mrs. J. C. Barton. E. H. Grego- ry of Dallas visited with them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emmelt Flem- ing visited with his brother and family in Bogata Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rolston and son of Mt. Pleasant spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Henderson. Miss Virginia Fulcher of Temple spent several days last week visiting with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fulcher and family. Jack Hampton of Dallas spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hampton. Mrs. Odis Smith and son and Mrs. Nora Kato of Kligore vis- ited with Mr. and Mrs. S .T. Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bun Hall and Errol had birthday dinner in Hughes Springs Sunday with Mr. Hall's mother, Mrs. Hattie Hall. NORMA'S DRESS SHOP Just received big shipment of sweaters, chemise, coat, and slipons — of Nylon, Wool, Ban-Lon and Dove- Lon, and lots of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 October 1958

T wgi !" w **? • * nm ■ Funds asked for Little Rock 'A group of Mt. Pleasant people have formed an or- ganization to support the private* school efforts in Lit- tle Rock, Ark. The organization is soli- citing contributions to help pay for the cost of opera- tion of private schools. An account has been opened in the Morris Coun- ty National Bank here for the convenience of, local sympathizers. Contributions may be made to the bank or direct to the Private School Corp., 922 Marshall St., Little Rock. The Little Rock schools have been closed because of a disagreement over orders to integrate. 46 FFA boys attend fair Forty-six FFA members and their advisor, R. D. Bearden, represented the Pewitt FFA chapter at the State Fair of Texas at Dallas Saturday. Thomas Bottoms also ac- companied the group and he and Bearden attended the football game between SMU and Notre Dame. The group left for the fair at 5 a.m. and started home at 6 p.m. Dog warns moonshiners; 2 get oway A small dog proved to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 9, 1958 PAGE 2 MARIETTA COMPLAINT DEPARTMENT bids regular Bible study By Mrs. R. L. Harris The WMU had a regular Bi- ble study last Wednesday. After an opening song and prayer Mrs. John Whitt taught the lesson from "New Testa Improving slowly Naples is slowly nibbling away at its old buildings and before too long the town will look better. A city wide drive to fix up all at one time would have been a more graphic picture of improvement but the slow but steady work now being done by landlords will be just as permanent. The bank soon will have a modern new appearance inside and out. The barber shop moved inio a building in better repair. A larger dining room is being built in the City Cafe. V iSOtriV- fib I've <SOT TO MAKE TUXr CUARTOTH6 VOTERS/ fSaSVfs r. £ UHvr m Ml l\STV\Cy/ Another building in the east end of town is being reworked and its appearance im- proved. There probably is other work going on. The finished jobs won't make Naples a comple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 October 1958

eg SIMMS Family reiurns from Uew Jersey .Miss Sarah Gauntt '-yone in tho community Jppy to welcome back Mr. Mrs. Leony Johnson and family. They have been in New Jersey for the past three months where Mr. Johnson was sent by Red River Arsenal to attend a school. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Brooke and son of Texarkana visited Saturday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and family. Also Mr. and Mrs. James Gauntt of Hooks visited Saturday morn- ing in the Gauntt home. Attendance at the Baptist Church was very good in both the morning and evening wor- ship services. Immediately following the evening service, the young people went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Griffin and son and were entertained with fellowship. A very good num- ber attended and all reported a very nice time. Several of the James Bowie students attended the fair at Dallas Saturday. Mr and Mrs. BiHy McCul- lougii and daughter of Tyler MANNER Funeral Home PHONE 7-2121 Naples, Texas AMBULANCE SERVICE Any Where — A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 October 1958

-V" .... Leaf and Petal WMU begins mew work year, irrstaSIs Give Blooming Flower Mart Naples Ph. TW7-4101 FIRE WOOD FOR SALE 15-Inch .. $5.00 per rick 18-Inch .. §6.00 per rick Will Cut Anywhere, Anytime HAROLD CARTER Route 1 Tjlte %Vay 3 See 3t By E. B. GERMANY A UNION REQUEST: Mr. Paul Russell, Director Industrial Relations Lone Star Steel Company Lone Star, Texas Dear Sir: In our last regular meeting, the membership voted unani- mously to request that in all future meetings between the company and the union to dis- cuss grievances and other ne- gotiations, that the meetings should open with a prayer. In conformity with this mo- tion, I am therefore making such request at this time. It is my suggestion that we alter- nate, letting a union repre- sentative! give the prayer one time anil a company repre- sentative' give the prayer the next time. Please advise me of the company's approval or disap- proval of this request. Sincerely yours, Jim Smith, Administrator Local Union 4134 Uni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 October 1958

THURSDAY, OCT. 9, 1958 DALTON Bre. Simmons vissts relatives here m&i •' The Naples MONITOR V The last of 1,253 Hy-Line chickens gets de beaked by E. W. Rountree, left, who bought the 19-week old birds to start a commercial laying flock. With him are Bob Griffin, local DOUGLASSVILLE Hy-Line representative, Herman Walters, local feed store owner, and Antoine Leron, who de- livered the chickens from Bryan. The load arrived early last Thursday morning. By Mrs. J. H. Cromer Bro. Leslie Simmons and wife are visiting this week in the William Simmons and Rufus Robinson home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hicks and family visited in Okla- homa with relatives Sunday. Winifred and Darline May spent the week end with Tre- ba Rhyne. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shankles and Joan were in Dallas over the week end see- ing the fair. Mrs. Thompson and daugh- ter, Elaine, and Claudine Cromer of New Boston visited with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cromer. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Brock and Mrs. Holcomb had lunch Sunday with Mr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 October 1958

ifflfei H(&\T ?f ,«*U~' ' ' ' "' ' — ■ mm S3 The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 9, 1958 PAGE 6 CORNETT Church plans family night each month By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School had a good attendance this week end al- though the weather was damp and rainy. A meeting of the official board of the church was held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Those present were Marvin Betts, Grady Betts, George Hamp- ton, Milas Harrell, W. T. Walk- er, Elvis Wells, W. 0. Hall, Daisy Heard and the pastor, the Rev. Walter T. Bowden. Miss Mary Catherine Hamp- ton killed a squirrel with a ,22 rifle Friday morning as the squirrel scampered up a tree on her lawn. The sub-district meeting of the MYF was held Monday evening of this week in Jef- ferson. A large number at- tended. Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Betts and son, Gorden, spent last week end with relatives in Beaumont. Mrs. Hobbs, moth- er of Mrs. Betts, returned for a visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gib- son and children of Hughes Springs spent Sunday with his grandm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 9, 1958 PAGE 7 FHA initiates freshmen group The fr^fcmen initiation was held ^■■Wednesday after- noon auditorium. Those taking parts on the program were the chapter officers and FHA members. Following the formal pro- gram, the group was enter- tained with number by De- ette and Dianne Witt singing "Born Too Late" and Virginia Franklin singing "He". Miss Franklin was selected as "Miss Future Homemaker ol the Day". She received a lovely gift presented by the president of the chapter. Refreshments were served to all of those in the Home- making Department. Misses Peggy Capps and Betty Brooks served the guests. Mrs. Bobbie Foster took pictures during the entire pro- gram. Dr. L. D. LawSer OPTOMETRIST Witt Bldg., So. Side Sq. Mt. Pleasant Ph. PA4-4774 Office Closed All Day On Wednesday the brahma corral Ray Richey new junior president Bobby Nance resigned as junior class president Friday and Ray Richey was elected unanimously from his vice president's of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 October 1958

SB®-1: -: w,*'- Wm$m: 2$jj^Pfj$n5!i [« - ' erf-' fi'T:'>. 1 : I i 1 H ! i { r The Naples MONITOR Thursday, oct. 9, 1958 page 8 PERSONAL Combat Boots FOR BOYS $4.98 Boys Oxfords SIZES 9 TO 11 $2.00 MENS Dress Shoes Regular Price $9.95 $7.00 Mens Overalls $2.98 MENS Khaki Pants $2.98 BOYS LONG SLEEVE Shirts 75c $1.50 $1-98 Bates Material 79c & $1.19 yd Suiting 44 INCHES WIDE 98c yd Flannel Material 44 INCHES WIDE 79c yd Banlon Sweaters AT A GOOD PRICE Hall's Store SPENCER'S GROCERY i * market and locker plant naples, texas THESE PRICES GOOD OCT. 10 and 11 SUGAR, 10 ibs 98c Pure Pork Sausage, 3 lbs $1.00 FLUFF©, 3 lb can 79c Mrs. Tucker's SHORTENING 3 ibs 65c Chen's Delight CHEESE, 2 ib box U.S. No. 1 RED POTATOES, 10 Ibs - Fresh, Not Frozen FRYERS Ib Del Monte, Yellow Cream Style CORN, 2 No. 303 cans 33c 11 Cam pf ire BACON lb 59c Mferton's I SALAD DRESSING, qt. jar 45c POHK ROAST, fresh, lb 49c Sun Valley 2 Ibs MARS).; Shedd's PEANUT BUTTER, 12 oz jar _ 39c KIMBELL'S BISCUITS,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 October 1958

lieh- [ing Hid of ley- Irs. (iwa, lon- of Sun- ring rth- ring lase ixar- J and |lden aend )ach |Aus- and |Mrs. E. ng M. rs. re an f ^ •%t K A -4P tor * >C c c c c Calves stay on fop - m ■ ->ffr - I'- Brother act... 73 years service The Ellis brothers, Noah, left, and Bentley have a total of 73 years service with the Southwestern Electric Power Com- pany, formerly Southwestern Gas and Electric Company. Bentley Ellis received his 35-year service pin this week in a ceremony at Mt. Pleasant but he completed his 35 years al- most a year ago. Noah Ellis has about 37 years with the company. Meet New Boston here Pewitt opens conference play The Pewitt Brahmas start their District 13-AA confer- ence play Friday night against the New Boston Lions on the & Monitoring MAIN STREET The Customer — Naples merchants were hav- ing a hard time last week keeping their customers satis- lied. Maybe it was the atmos- phere or something. Dick Lowery has come to expect such tomfoolery from his reg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR mm THURSDAY, OCT. 16. 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS lV> n ° A ^ [ 1 t Success an individual matter There is much optimism here now over the general acceptance of the commercial egg business and the eagerness with which many people are going into it. Fortunately there is no "L.rd sell" cam- paign going on to convince people that it is a "get rich quick" business. Instead, those who are experts in the poultry business are being quite frank in telling interested persons that the business is a good, stable investment which requires hard work and good manage- ment. The same is true of most other business ventures. One man may fail where a half a dozen or so around him have done well. This area is fortunate in having qualified advisors who have had long associations with the poultry business and who are inclined to recommend a conservative venture rather than a splurge into a strange lield. However, the stability of the market and the possibilities of success may be indicat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1958 PAGE 3 DOUGLASSVILLE Revival Logins at Methodist Church gy Mrs. B. W. Swint ' The revival began at the Methodist Church this Sunday morning with the Rev. Aldous Smith of Omaha as the guest speaker. He will bring the messages each evening at 7:30 p.m. each day this week. Eve- ryone is invited to attend the services. There are special musical numbers by the choir and the young people. The Rev. M. O. Southerland was guest speaker at the Bap- tist Church in Bryans Mill Sunday morning. The Rev. and Mrs. Souther- land and Mrs. Viola Swint at- tended the WMU meeting in Linden last Friday. Officers were elected and installed. Mrs. Southerland was installed introducing Veiled Rui! ia nee Elizabeth Arden's newest foundation n ■ :' • ' V* v" in a new size! 5°® M liuuimmtf EEEE u AMEMI Tlie radiant 14/ -J il foundation h'*«WS which is a moisturizing crcam make-up base. Veiled Radiance glides on, melts into your skin, erases tiny blemishes—casts the del...

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