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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 October 1958

The Naples MONITOR "Thursday, oct. 30, 1958 page 8 ' , ^ PERSONAL ■ 1 1 Y. T. Whatley of Lewisville, Ark. visited with his sister, Mrs. J. M. Stewart, Tuesday. Mrs. Ruby Rand Irion and Mrs. Mildred Hooper of Sul- phur Springs were guests in Mrs. J. M. Stewart's home Tuesday. Ed Laney of New Boston was a visitor in Mrs. J. M. Stewart's home Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Ellen Beatty and Gary visited Sunday in Mt. Pleasant with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Spearman. They also at- tended church with them. Mrs. Minnie Seaman of Ft. Worth is visiting with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Stewart, and family this week. Mrs. D. W. Shaddix of Lub- bock and son, Ryland W. Shad- dix of Midland, were Wednes- day guests of Mrs. Maude Shaddix. Mrs. J. H. Crossett and her daughter, Cissy, of McCrory, Ark. are visiting with Mrs. J. M. Stewart and family this week. Mr. and Mrs. Elsie B. Smith were in Dallas three days of this week attending the Fash- ion Merchandising Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Smith spent Sunday in Texarkana wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 November 1958

• 9wmr '#• ■ > *7 ♦ ' / . * thursday^ON nexf w, 'atman tours county farms Congressman Wright Pat- man made a tour of Morris county farms Wednesday, ac- companied by about 80 local people. The tour gave the first dis- trict representative a well- rounded picture of the farm- ing in the area. The group gathered at 9:30 CONGRESSMAN PATMAN Moniioring MAIN STREET Mrs. Lon Thigpen ji21 Swope bireet Colorado Springs, Colo. Dear Lena, This isn't intended to make you nomesick tor Naples out you ought to be here now. The many times you have walked the streets of Naples doing civic chores, promoting good causes, asking contribu- tions for the needy — there are others doing it now and doing a good job of it. You'd be proud of your friends, and of the clubs in which you were a member. There was a flower show last week. It > >uld be impos- sible to describe but it was better than ever. Much better. And the community center. There are brick tile on the grounds and there are plans — real p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 November 1958

PAGE 2 m MM OINTS mt and farming I x/^ simms Miss Jo Ann Smith weds John WauRn \ the Representative from the First Congression- al District looked over here Wednesday. What he didn't see were the many small farmers who couldn't scratch out a living un- der government control and with government subsidy. They gave up so long ago that only [ioubt, a few monuments to their independent efforts ulture stand as reminders. ^lly the There are a few deserted farm houses left ernment to decay, cotton gins standing idle because there is no cotton to gin, country stores board financed ed up because there are no farm tenants to buy. house Morris county is lucky. It had industry to [led by a absorb the displaced and most people here are doing better than they've ever done before, fiat, despite But what about those areas where there line for its is no industry? Or those considered loo old f for public work? by federal Congressman Patman was shown the ob- , soil conser- vious in a picture painted b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 November 1958

i November 14 Mrs. Mountie Kidwell Tommy McCoy November 15 Ed Alexander November 17 Mrs. J. C. Smith Mrs. R. J. Welch Mrs. Leon Garrett November 19 Mountie Kidwell Dan Hampton Mrs. Jamie Brabham November 20 Georgia Sue Oliver Arvie Barnes Lanny Luttrell November 21 Tim Goodwin MARRIAGE LICENSES William Leonard Truitt and Emma Elizabeth Friddle. Ernest Lee Wyatt and Jan- ell Johnson. Peanut harvest The harvest of Morris county's 1,200 acres of peanuts was well along this week and growers were pleased with the average yields in spite of the heavy spring rains. Joe Parris of route 1, Daingerfield, is shown as he directs harvesting on the Ed Forster farm at Rocky Branch. BRYANS MILL WSSy has all-day meeting at church SEE THE FOOTBALL GAME Paul Pewitt Brahmas VS Hooks Hornets 8 p.m. Friday Nov. 14 at Pewitt Stadium \ r t-.t-.t.*-*"*-*-*-*"*"*-*"'"*"*-'"*"'"*"*'"' WE BUY EGSS ON GRADE L&VV Farm Supply m ' 7$w •% ""if5" p * The Naples MON 13, 1958 THURSDAY, Basketball season opens here...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 November 1958

PAGE 4 pinned a cor- parnations at Thad Ilaw- of the in navy fcessories and corsage. held in the chu,°h im- the cero efs table was en net over |bred with an white stock in in a cry- fied rangement ler side by a. The at- ^ne iwere placed the table. . by {t of Orange soil (.tiered wed- lent had a minia- pd ^room stand- n top of the Iture «ozer of Na- jride, serv- Carolyn rth pre- white :esso •-attended James ^.jhool and Texar- where she was s \ Phi Theta Kappa, attended Arlington ,h school in Ft. h are now seniors ristian University. I couple will re- { diversity Drive > vi guests were i. C. Martin and jres of New Bos- Mrs. Orren Tid- daughter of Ml. nd Mrs. Thom- nd Mr?. Henry ^"frs. Pat Reeves Mrs. M. S. Long ■ lit and Mrs. J. D. ngerfield; Mrs. — Omaha; Mrs. , aunt of the rt; Mr. and Mrs. :,ns,' uncle of the ulgore; Mr. and Mrs. Wisebaker, aunt of of Tiffin, Ohio: and bertha Burns, cousin of of Dallas. ¥mm? | FMHTHm *§§ J :■: ■'V-' . Jg „ * gllli MRS. WILLIAM CONLEY SKAGGS Mrs. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 November 1958

igjnm £ Thursday, nov. The Naples Skelton passes team h i, NOV. 13, 1958 A GRAPE TREE AND CORNUCOPIAS SET THE THEME FOR THE FALL FLOWER SHOW HERE Fall flower show draws 304 entries The fall flower show, "Au- tumn Fantasy", was just what the name implied here last Saturday and Sunday. From the elaborate tri-color box which won first place for Mrs. Jack Coker to the ama- teurish efforts of youngsters, the entries made up a colorful array. With Naples' three garden clubs, the Jonquil, the Leaf and Petal, and the Naples Garden Clubs, joining togeth- er, the show drew a total of 304 entries. Registers showed about 600 people streamed through the Floyd Building to look over the display but there probably were more than that. Some visitors didn't register. Mrs. Jack Coker's delicate arrangement or white and yel- low flowers entwined with a green background won the show's highest award. Mrs. J. B. Osborn won the second highest award with her dried arrangement. Other winners in the show were...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 November 1958

PAGE « t . - -Nix. MARIETTA Hi Lp /erer « d Jcon:es Moubt C( _\iltur« hl rdly the c ernmerfM L s finance en 1 ere< hou! w' ped by a WMS to aid burned-out family 3 earn nursing certificates ¥ iat, despite lUne for by federal oilteSt L soil consei^ ^ent helper' in the state 4-H sd by thl members, Travis ^rhold a letter tell- lure which t will receive a joify land is on a ~* Company. The ru achine -'attendedfive year ^ >sjhoolC1' °f and Mrs. whejp£Iley> fell with a Phi Theta' .concrete step attended Ar'^ery iff her school iriP child was h are now sei.f°r niedical istian Universi couple willladies are diversity Dri0'3 °f mak- t,-bn't you join 1 guests i. C. Martin ar "ing, the jres of New Bcer at Mrs. Orren '• iile re" daughter of1 ted will be nd Mrs. '. indnftrIk, H^lly family return "nome Sunday a month or tw'o of gaih- ^IVy -otton at Caddo Mills, i Daisy Heard and Miss -(y d visited with their ^ , au Annie Mae Steger rt: Saturday afternoon. .kJns, u> Walter T. Bowden, p,~...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 November 1958

S:; ■ -<> v'V* v« .- v ",','<.,^lS*f-jStiftw:.< ' The Naples MON • THURSDAY, NOV. 13, 1958 Football qitee®, hmd sweetheart presented ■ <■> '■ . .fry.-4.,, '.. . ..• ■*■ >%<>/ ** #■ V MISS MYRA BETH BETTS — FOOTBALL QUEEN This 'n That Congratulations to Sandra Thigpen. She has a new baby brother. If anyone wants to know the time of day just ask Maur- ice Hill. It is the same time it was yesterday only it is 24 hours later. A number of the graduates of 1958 were at the homecom- ing game last Friday. Some of those present were Donald Deaton. Jimmy Brown, Glenda England, Rodney Richey, Reg- gie Talley, Jackie Skelton, Ray Johnson. Ernest Smith, Betty Nance and Glenda Brown. Let's all help the seniors this week. They want a trip. Maples Flower Mart HAS Potted isras Left Over From The FLOWER SHOW $4.00 SPECIAL FOR s 2.75 FFA boys hear talks on pag production FFA boys who have selected pigs lor their projects were ueated to an interesting and educational meeting ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 November 1958

*" ' ™ « • «? [Naples MONITOR 195® PAGE 8 SONAL jrlie Cra- Mrs. M. B. Davenport visited |ted with with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Sun- Freddie Davenport, in Pitts- burg Friday. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Brue- the baker visited Sunday in De- Hollis Kalb with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Sun- shall Bruebaker. Mrs. Hattie Kespler and iich- grandsons, Hale and Art Shad- sie dix of New Boston, were week end guests of the boys' grand- mother, Mrs. Maude Shaddix. tic ~ Dr. J. W. Shaddix of Lub- Sat, doock and his daughter, Mrs. ine fclaskell McCoy of Tulsa, Okla. •"•re Wednesday guests in the by fed>me of Mrs. Maude Shaddix. Vont h°'iMrs- T- Narramore of d b,\*!sh visited with hei sot and jamily, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nar- ture ramore and Sally, from Thurs- day of last week until Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. A. Palmore of Dallas visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Fleming. Erroll Hall was at home from East Texas State College at Commerce from Friday un- til Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bun Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 November 1958

■■■■ ~ Get well soon . ile Kathy Ilaynes is held up to the ambulance by her father so she can say goodbye r polio-stricken mother, Mrs. Jerry Ilaynes, i/jst before Mrs. Ilaynes wz.6 taken aboard a hospital plane for a flight to Houston. "7"SasMn :?UW^ m Polio-stricken Naples mother flown to Houston hospital A young housewife boarded a plane at the Texarkana Mu- nicipal Airport last Saturday afternoon for an important trip to Houston. But there was something different about the passenger and the plane. The passenger was 21-year- old Mrs. Jerry Haynes of Na- ples, who was stricken with bulbar polio last month while expecting her second child. The plane was a C-131-E Convair — a "flying hospital" from the 14th Aeromedical Transport Squadron at Brooks Air Force Base in San An- tonio. Mrs. Haynes is confined to> an iron lung and she was in rn iron lung on Oct. 22 when doctors at St. Michael's Hos- pital delivered her premature son by Caesarean section. The Polio Foundation sub- sequen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 November 1958

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1958 PAGE 1 Friends honor Mrs. McCollum with pink and blue shower Monday night Mrs. M. W. McCollum was honored with a pink and blue shower MonA^' night in the home of M^PkCharles Worn- ack. The house was beautifully decorated with yellow and and white mums and pink roses. Many lovely gifts were re- ceived. Cake squares and punch were served to the guests by Mrs. M. B. Davenport, Mrs. Mail early for Christinas, postmaster says The post office department has started its annual cam- paign to get patrons to mail early for Christmas and it is- sued a prediction that the mail this Christmas will set an all- time record. The department urged that all Christmas cards to distant points be mailed by Dec. 10 and those for nearby points by Dec. 15. Packages should be mailed as early as possible and over- seas parcels within the next few days if they are to arrive by Christmas, Postmaster Bill Watson said. Watson said a Christmas card or le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 November 1958

37 road projects planned llrs. ase, way AI- >-3tc ;ale. 8-tc i[ual- rca- The Texas Highway Depart- met will spend $670,000 for 3-to-market and ranctyto- V't road betterment in It 19 during 1959, D. C. Inside Sports By Mike Roberts The Uiauma fans had some- thing to cheer about Friday night after a long dry spell. The Pewitt basketball teams rolled over Hughes Springs with the greatest of ease on the hitting of Sonny McNatt in the "A" game, and Travis Kennedy along with Mike Dale in the "B" game. The "B" team started the ball rolling in the right direc- tion with a 42-14 lop-sided vic- tory. Then the "A" team con- tinued the pace with a 49-29 victory. Neither Pewitt teams were challenged from the opening buzzer. The Brahma team consists of 13 boys this year, Sonny McNatt, Richmond Cooper, Johnny Doolitlle, David Elrod, Wendell Boozer, Bobby Nance, Jerry Gibbs, Travis Kennedy, Mike Dale, Billy McCoy, Wil- liam Pope, Wayne Hackney and John Braley. Two others, Mike Roberts and Wayne ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 November 1958

mm m ' a The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1958 PAGE 4 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown and Janetta Pope accompanied Milton Brown to Dallas Satur- day, where he left by plane for Los Angeles, Calif, to re- enter service with the United States Marines. They also vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown and family. ! Mrs. Thelma Watson spent Friday night in Longview. She took Claud Strickland of Al- pine, Calif, to visit his sisters there before he returned to his home. He had been visit- ing in the home of E. A. Strickland and Mrs. Watson and Martha Ray for the past week. He plans to return to Texas after the first of the year to make his home. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Neal visited in Clarksville Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Ritcherson and family and Mrs. Nola Raibourn. Mrs. Newell Barrett of Winnsboro visited with Mrs. George Vissering Tuesday. Harry George Vissering of North Texas State College is visiting with his parents from Wednesday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ma...

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

% |fc* '- % ,'c $45 in prizes to be given Christmas decorations —™F Six cash prizes will be given to those Naples people who do the best job of decorating for Christmas. The Naples Garden Club is sponsoring the annual contest and it will be judged starting at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 15. A $10 first prize and $5 sec- ond prize will be given for the best house decoration. A $5 prize will be given for the best door decoration, and prizes of $10 and $5 for the best yard decorations. A prize of $10 will be given to the store with the prettiest Christmas window decoration. There also will be honorable mentions in each of the four classes. The originality, color har- mony, balance, and amount of decorations made by the ex- hibitor will count equally in the judging. The Garden Club and the Business Women"s Club each contributed $10 of the prize money and the chamber of commerce gave $25 to the fund. mBummmI y \ m w 4 Brahmas on All-District I Pewitt landed four men on set-up for the mythical te...

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

The Naples MONITOR r THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS Grass, sorghum east poison livestock On a spending spree Get a firm grip on your purse strings. The worst in public spending is yet to come. Our local government and county govern- ment S'- - m to be on a sound financial basis but there are ill winds for the taxpayer blowing from Austin and Washington. Let's consider events of the past few days at the state level. The Governor's Highway Safety Commis- sion, which concerns itself with preventing highway accidents, says it will ask the legis- lature to pass a six-point program. Point No. 6 is for increasing salaries for those in Depart- ment of Public Safety nnd to increase the num- ber of employees. The Hale-Aikin committee has completed its study and agreed on a proposed program for improving public schools. The increased cost is estimated at $110,000,000 a year. The Texas Board of Corrections ran a half snuu INSIST HAt> TtlE BkSWTOF ifer- : v. _ MwwS Si cRAZy ZwM MKWk...

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

■e- Pd lie lof ie He Matti fp 7 T~ i t." , The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1958 _ PA^E 3 Si^ASiSSS^SgSj GARRETT'S Pre-Christmas Stock Reduction SALE gt lllWWUMW i 1?" OTP -Vi., $15,000 Stock must be moved by Jan. 1st ^ Yes, Dec. 1st caught us with * a tremendous stock of goods. ^ ' The quality of goods we carry :). is outstanding and the mer- ■., chandise looked so good when $ we bought that we just didn't know when to quit. We are (0 offering you this merchandise w at prices you would expect at ^ January clearance sales. | •' !.v I I (k) Sale Starts Friday Morning DECEMBER 5 at 8:30 a.m. We will be closed Thursday DECEMBER 4 SLASHING PRICES SLACKS $2.83 $3.66 $4.44 CAR COATS Ladies and Girls 5.44 and *6.66 Values to $8.95 «ME BLOUSES 1.88 *2.66 NS^jp^ COLORED SHEETS Special *2.39 CASES to MATCH $1.15 pair SHEETS 81x99 Bleached Christmas price 1-88 CASES to MATCH 98c pair PJMAJflAS for Is Jies and misses ?1.88 2.16 *3.66 GIRLS' COATS Values to $16.95 $7 $|o s|4 GOWNS lovely and...

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

■ \ The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1958 PAGF 4 Miss Marcelle Carlisle becomes bnde of Raymond Garrett Friday evening 1 J Miss Marcelle Carlisle and Raymond Garrett were united in marriage on Friday, Nov. 28, at 7 p.m. at the First Bap- tist Church here. The Rev. Morris Hill, pastor, conducted the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Clarence Carlisle and the late Mr. Carlisle and Mr. Gar- rett is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Garrett of Naples. Mrs. Louise Daniels of Winnsboro played the tradi- tional wedding music and Ed- die Hebert of Marshall sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer" as the couple knelt. The bride, given in marri- age by her brother, Billy A. Carlisle, wore a waltz length dress of lace over tulle and taffeta. Her tiara was of tiny white pearls catching an il- lusion shoulder length veil. She carried a white orchid on a white prayer book with streamers of ribbon tied with love knots. The' bride's mother chose a navy silk dress with navy ...

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

■fit U . 1 The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1958 PAGE Elementary honor roll announced BRYANS MILL The honor roll for the sec- ond six weeks period was an- iiouncecA^IJs week by Pewitt eieme,r^HBschool. The T^rcnncluded: 8A — A and B honor roll. Jerry Frost, Patricia Hamp- ton, Steve Hummel, Mike Rob- erts, Patricia Gray, Rena Ham- DALTON monds, Kay Martin and Joan Shankles. 6B — A and B honor roll. Donald McCoy, Margaret' Stevens, Cherylin Howard, Ula Tigert, Margaret Stringer, Da- vid Leeves, Carolyn Shaw, Judy Charlton and Carolyn Itaney. Cross Roads pastor guest preacher By Mrs. Herbert Cromer A large group was present for church services and Sun- day School r lay. Bro. Hall of the Cross -loads communi- ty brought the message Sun- day night. We welcome Bro. Hall and family back to wor- ship with us again soon. Bro. Rhyne and family had lunch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kingston and boys. Herman Bruebaker visited with W. H. Cromer Saturday. Troy England of Dallas spent the we...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1958 PAGE 6 II Band appearing in several parades the brahma corral FHA to help others this Christmas The Future Homemakers are planning to hr!o others this Christmas. Members of the class will send Christmas cards to the Terrell State Hospital. The cards will be stamped but will be unsigned so the patients can send them to their own Seniors plan two promotions Members of the senior class jure working hard to raise the money for their senior trip. About 3ft of the 54 in the class plan to go on the trip. Some of the projects which they will sponsor are the sell- ing of candy and promoting a powder puff football game. Admission to the football game will be 15 cents for those in the first four grades and 25 cents for other stu- dents and adults. This Christmas give a WATCH ffp&. 3SL wiwam large selection PRICED TO FIT YOUR PURSE GARRETT'S Jewelry Store families. The FHA class also is plan- ning to help some needy per- son this Christmas instead o...

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

; r douglassville Covered dish social io be held Friday By Mrs. B. W. Swint AnriMr covered dish social will. JHReld in the church basefn!m 'Friday evening at G:30. Everyone is invited to attend. The free will offering will be used for special funds. Mrs. Emma McCoy is sick at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Buster Carmichael of Marshall. News Monday was that she was growing weaker. Her address is 1105 West Houston Street. We hope she improves soon. Mr. and Mrs; H. P. McCoy left Monday morning for Hot Springs to spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Allen and children have moved to Shreveport. Mr. Allen will work there this winter. Our best wishes to them in their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Josh Granberry and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frost left this week for Blanco for a hunt. They are returning this Sunday after- noon. Roy killed the deer with Margaret's help. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Granber- ry of Texarkana and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Granberry have been on their va...

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