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

I<{. • Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Antho- ny and family visit-jd in Madi- sonviJle during the holidays "With Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Crabb. Mr. and Mrs. James Dawson And boys of Dallas visited with .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dawson last week from Monday until Wednesday. Mrs. Elsie Smith went shop- ping for the store in Dallas from Sunday until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McDon- ald of Waxahachie and Mr. and Mrs. Wade McNatt of Marshall visited with Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Smith from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Neal visited relatives in Clarksville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ingram of Mt. Pleasant visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ingram Thursday. Jackie Skelton of Texas A and M was home with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Skel- ton, for the holidays. \ Card of Thanks The extreme kindness and thoughtfulness shown us by our friends and neighbors dur- ing our recent sadness helped so much to comfort us. We are deeply appreciative of the kind attention of Dr. Leeves, Dr. Wise and the entire h...

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

The MONITOR 73 years old and new every week VOLUME 73 NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1958 NUMBER 20 Decorations will be judged here Monday night Christmas decorations will be judged Monday night, Dec. 15, in the contest sponsored by the Naples Garden Club. The judges will make the rounds starting at 6 p.m. Cash prizes will be given for the best house decorations, doors, yard and business win- dows. A total of $45 will be pres- ented to the winners. Top prizes of $10 will be given for first place in the house, yard and business class- es and a $5 prize for first place in the door decoration class. Second prizes of $5 will be awarded to those in the house and yard classes. Honorable mentions will go to other outstanding entries. Originality, color harmony, balance and amount of decora- tions made by the exhibitor will count equally in the judg- ing. I Chamber officers all re-elected All three officers of the Na- ples chamber of commerce were elected to second terms Monday night. Mon...

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

The Napl< THURSDAY, DEC. I u I ■ 1 If yours is an average fa are spending about $10 every Shoplifters, busiest durin season, get away with about $ of merchandise from Texas st You, as a customer, must the shoplifting. Why? Beca thefts is a cost of doing busir chants must depend on payi: keep them in business. Shop) the business overhead just tt. electricity, or any other expen The Retail Merchants Ass< has asked for a law in Texas down on the shoplifters' take already is in effect in 26 states. The law calls for a fine for the first of- fense, a jail term for the second offense, and a penitentiary sentence for the third offense. lifters with reasonable entorcement laws. The honest shopper needs that protection. hind hand." •3« uuici.i we give our %/VWWWVWV^ /,i/> Will They Ever Learn? A\ CORNETT DO VOU see WHAT" yijiltaPRiCES ARE bOlNS TO "ME COUNTRY ? sf& WAGE WCegij Wi PRICE wceasf ...ij ' About 190 attend sub district meeting SAGE OF SULPHUR BOTTOM Any town that can ...

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

|t$ ,| (V) s s The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. IT, 1958 PAGE 3 I Oatton farmers to vote on controls Legion, Auxiliary have Yule party ottbH™', CottOT^ farmers will vote ; Monday in a referendum to decide if marketing quotas — and also some new program choices — will apply to the 1959 crop of upland cotton. Acreage allotments will be in effect for the 1959 upland cotton crop whether or not growers approve quotas. How- ever, the kind of allotment program available will de- pend upon the outcome of the vote. If at least two-thirds of the votes are "yes", marketing quotas will be in effect for the 1959 crop. Each farm operator "regular" allotment, or he may increase his acreage by not more than 40 per cent over his regular allotment. If he complys with his regu- lar allotment, he will be eligi- with an allotment will have an individual choice between two programs. He may elect to grow his crop in compliance with his Miscellaneous shower honors couple By Mrs. B. W. Swint We are enjoyin...

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

m ■* LETTER FROM LENA Marijayne Cherry of Omaha named Coed of the Month at North Texas The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1958 PAGE 4 •v: I * ' 4 1; M iss Ann Tidwell of Simms weds M. G. Mclntyre of Naples on Nov. 27 Miss Ann Tidwell, daughter -of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tidwell of Simms, and M. G. Mclntyre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Mclntyre of Naples, were mar- ried at 5 p.m. Nov. 27 at the home of the Rev. A. J. Finley of Omaha. Miss Shirley Granberry was maid of honor and Bobby Ten- brook served as best man. Relatives and close friends of the couple attended the wedding. Mrs. Mclntyre is a graduate of James Bowie high school and attended a business col- lege. She is employed by the Southland Life Insurance Co. at Dallas. Mr. Mclntyre attended Paul H. Pewitt high school and completed his schooling in the air force. He is now stationed at Del Rio. PTA makes plans to sponsor Scout groups, sees Christmas program At least 80 persons attend- ed the Pewitt Parent-Teach...

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

IflBS mtt. The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1958 PAGE 3 Hospital to be dedicated Majorettes get top rating Pewitt band majorettes went . to Pittsburg Saturday to take part in the twirling contest. Mattie Beth Hummel, Rob- bie Hood, Mary Jo Hicks and Edith Scaff each received sec- ond division ratings for the splo numbers. Robbie Hood, Mattie Beth Hummel and Edith Scaff re- ing ability. ceived second division ratings on their trio, and Patsy Poole, Wanda Ellis and Mary Jo Hicks received a first division on their trio. The girls were judged on the originality of the routine, stage performance and twirl- Brahmas to play * in tournament Pewitt's Brahmas play in the Daingerfield tournament this week end and then go to James Bowie Tuesday night for their final pre-holiday basketball game. They were paired against the Talco Trojans in the first lound game of the tournament at 6 p.m. Thursday.^ The game with the defend- ing state champion Pirates will be the last until after the Christ...

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

: The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1958 of Louisiana visited the past week end with Mr. and Mrs. Brit Baskin. , BRYANS MILL Mrs. Melton observes 85th ' L. D. Lawler OPTOMETRIST Witt Bldg., So. Side Sq Mt. Pleasant Ph. PA4-4774 Office Closed All Day On Wednesday HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF NAPLES INVITATION FOR BIDS The Housing Authority of th^ City of Naples, Texas will receive bids for the construc- tion of a Low-Rent Housing Project No. TEX. 121-2 until 2:00 P.M., CST., on the 8th day of January, 1959, at the office of the Housing Authority of the City of Naples, Texas at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids will be required on PROJECT NO. TEX. 121-2 which consists of 12 dwelling units (6 buildings) with site imp jments, to be con- strue..a upon Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and North of Lot 5, Block C, Pecan Grove Addition and upon Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 14 of Block B Gray Addition in Naples, Texas. Proposed forms of contract documents, includ...

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

the ?ive las ve- joys ited The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1958 PAGE T is |c I a tte le fie ire iv- |is ?s lut Its all Ire I is ir- in lim rly an an- but feht rly let rty Irk- |ob. |)ve a Irn't sod the brahma corral Second high school honor roll announced JPrafli Marshmallow mansion A candy castle was built by two members of the 5th period Homemaking Club, Miss Ethylen Heard, left, and Miss Margaret Martin. The castle was made with marshmallows and deco- Inside Sports FFA boys earn $5,338 on projects By Mike Roberts The Brahmas suffered their first two losses of the season at the Mt. Pleasant tourna- ment last week end. In the opening round, the Brahmas tied the Pittsburg Pirates, 48-48, at the end of the regular time but were ditched by the Pirates, 55-50, in the overtime period. Rich- mond Cooper was the Brah- mas' leading scorer of this game. The second round game saw Pewitt come back after being led by 11 points in the first quarter to beat the Winnsboro team, 53-47. Sonny...

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

'fr" v?g' l HBBBIGH! p-'" ! <-., / V: f. ij-' ■ The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1958 PAGE 8 s I PERSONAL Miss Oletha Barker of Tyler Nursing College visited in the homes of Emil Buckland, Ellis Johnson and her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Barker. Mrs. Sam Hicks and Mrs. "Wayne Huckabee went shop- ping in Texarkana Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stacks end Joe spent Sunday in Bry- ans Mill with Mrs. Venie Brock. Santa is HERE! DRESS UP Girls Dresses Cinderella Kate Greenaway Shirley Temple $2.98 to $7.95 Ladies Slacks SUM JIMS in corduroy, knits and quilted $3.98 - $5.95 FOR YOUR I Nylon Robes to match with pajamas, gowns, slips, petticoats and pants. DRESSES GALORE and PARTY DRESSES $17.95 Suits LOTS OF GIFT ITEMS — WE GIFT-WRAP — " V \h- < v I SPENCER'S GROCERY MARKET AND LOCKER PLANT NAPLES, TEXAS mm# THESE PRICES GOOD DEC. 12 and 13 SUGAR, 10 lbs 98c Pure Pork Sausage, 3 lbs $1.00 ORANGES, 5 lb bag 33c lb 31c Fresh, Not Frozen, Grade A FRYERS Sun Valley MARGARINE, 2 l...

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

, -"V v/ '• 5 1'ERN >a, , —- W«''- Tpu^W? *• ; Av, • tVtt-cd t w fv, *MpWl fcv « fc*j«rf>U p>V<: <>t ^tir- <*<&«♦£ tw wl*S<r^-. i8a* iia# jW> <<♦< < >/>, > \ *V. * , Santa Claus to be here Saturday v'i>#t>ii@g'i i mm cmzmm , x «ll m m mmm stetmp&t mswmcvh ki- 2*30 \k R;t;v. - " •' - , «/ i IBllls r* M .V eSS^ikiie^^^iSifcWju; 1$$K EMS Of 3IFT0 FOP, MX OF mh MS SHXBK. jam phi mm, ftWffft {&$m <■ 1 J - + v 'y.' j ' S '-;. wreffiSKlg' mB^^wBSWwPw '-.V. SUES MP mm is Snow and cold weather caused postponement of one parade last Saturday but there will be two of them in Naples this Saturday. Santa Claus also will be here Saturday afternoon. Carver high school was forc- ed to call off its scheduled parade last Saturday because of bad weather. Carver's parade has been re-scheduled for 11 a.m. Sat- urday. The Pewitt band will parade at 2:30 p.m. and Santa Claus will arrive then with bags of candy, fruit and nuts for all ...

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

i |4 !* The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS Happier new year Naples can look forward with confidence to the new year. The prospects are for a higher level of industrial employment and therefore a larger income than there has been in the past 12 months or more. The profits from commercial egg produc- tion will begin to be substantial and more money will be in circulation as the production continues to increase. Savings are at a record high and buying power, once the consumer regains confidence, THE MOCKERY will be at a new high. The area's economy held up well under adverse business conditions locally and nation- ally but it should be even better now that the recession recovery is in sight. Of course there has been cases of indivi- dual hardships but there always will be. The overall economic picture, however, is one that justifies optimism. Naples and its area can look forward to a happier new year. f fa \J*-B mms IB! M & Reproduced Especially ■for the G...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1958 PAGE 3 I \i s l i 8 8 1 8 1 < / I DOUGLASSVILLE Several social activities planned BfMffs. B. W. Swint Old man winter came to town this week end and is still hanging around. From re- ports, he will be here for some time. This week will be full of social activities. On Tuesday at 7 p.m., a recital and Christ- mas program will be held at the school auditorium. Every- one is invited to attend. On Wednesday evening at the Baptist Church, the mem- bers of the choir from the Methodist Church at Linden under the direction of Mrs. Roy Temple will bring a Christmas message in song. "You are invited to be present. Members of the MYF are sponsoring a candlelight serv- ice here at 7 p.m. Thursday, Bee. 18, at the Methodist Church. You are cordially in- vited to attend. The Rev. Jones filled his pulpit here this Sunday morn- ing and evening. He brought vrey impressive messages to a large group. Mrs. Evelyn Looney and Jettye of New Boston were dinner g...

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

mt*m ■ r* ftV-j ^ W j lfcsSsSS"< DBs "? •' * K - I 1 The Woman's Angle The Naples MGMITCS* THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1958 PAGE 4 Mrs. Hummel! hostess to Jonquil Club The beautifully decorated home of Mrs. J. L. Hummel was the setting for the Jonquil Garden Club's Christmas par- ty Tuesday night. Mrs. Clayton Ingram. Mrs. Fielding Huddleston and Mrs. James Griffin were co-hostess- es. After the business meeting, a program on fall pruning and Christmas decorating was pre- sented by Mrs. Elsie Smith and Mrs. Glynn Davis. Gifts were exchanged and "Jonquil Friends" drawn for the coming year. Pie and coffee were served to 23 members. santa says/ giv©-- Suits Coats Sports Jackets Hats AND OTHER WINTER WEAR We have a complete selection of dressy and casual clothes to suit the taste of the most discriminating man. They're priced reasonably, too. Dror in and look over our winter mer- chandise. LACY MILLS Alpha UpsiloRB group meets at Omaha The December meeting of the Alpha Upsilon chapter of Delt...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1958 PAGE 5 BRYANS MILL Gdtep greap presents program iiege ssVPIPno By c Brock Mis^^ffiora Abston and Miss Mary Jamines of East Texas Baptist College at Mar- shall visited church here Sun- day night and gave very in- teresting talks. Miss Jamines gave Her experience as a sum- mer missionary in her own rounuy, Old Mexico. They also showed numerous slides of the work in Mexico of the sum- mer missionaries. Everyone enjoyed them very much. Len- ora and a group of students will hold a week end revival here at an early date. Mr. and Mrs. Cluster Stacks Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bell, Rhon- da and Ronnie, had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gortney and children of New Boston, Jack and Butch Bell of Hooks, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Carlisle and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bell and boys, all of Naples, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bell ah'' children, Ray Bell and children, and George Jr., Jerry and Bimbo Frost, v Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brock had as visitors Monday a cou- sin...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1958 iw'ffi k h <41 vivian ann berry, laura beth berry, sheri slider, becky Mcdowell and mary Frances berry The season's first snow — and also the first in several years heavy enough to stick — fell in Naples last Saturday and the youngsters had a field day. Snow men decorated a big portion of the front yards and everywhere there were two children, there was a snowball fight. Some of the older people felt young again and squared off for snowball battles on the downtown streets. The white blanket set up the spirit of Christmas but by Sun- day morning, the spirit was about all that was left. The snow had a .ly melt- ed away. December 19 Barbara McEntire Mrs. D. M. Hall Ramona Harvey Brenda Ann Culver Mrs. Lee Narramore Joe Tigert Van Johnson December 20 Mrs. R. L. Harris Mrs. Exa Welch Becky Taylor Kenneth Falls Corry Wright Clifton Wright Fielding Huddleston December 21 Myrtice Boozer Mrs. J. T. Cherry S. I. Beasley December 22 Jin.mie Wynineg...

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

1 T%o Sprites MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1958 PAGE 7 the brahma corral b $ I 1 | I <0 w I i I i - * tlssU; , « Annual staff is hard at work * *8 The Pewitt Annual Staff is hard at work. Betty Martin, Wanda Ellis, Dotty Wommack, typist, and Patsy Poole are trying to beat the first copy deadline. The sale of annual proved to be very successful with the Lettermen get 4P' awards at assembly Coaches Fielding Huddleslon and A. T. Brian presented the "P" awards to the lettermen of the football team anu the football svveatheart Wednes- day morning at high school assembly. H. R. Hamilton, principal, presented the awards to the cheerleaders. Mr. Hamilton also gave a report on the attendance rec- oi ds for each class. The junior class had the best percentage, the seniors second, freshmen third and sophomores last. The percentages were high and it is hoped they will be kept that way. School gets radiation tester Instruments which tell how much radiation a person has absorbed have been receiv...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 18, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mrs. F. G. Parker of Tex- arkana visited a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge and Suzanne. Mrs. Jim Elledge and Suz- anne visited Sunday in Tex- arkana with her mother, Mrs. Mattie Dames. Mrs. Charles Smith and Mrs. Chester Coker attended a DAR meeting at Mt. Pleasant Satur- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cope and baby daughter, Dinah Lynn, of Silver City, N. M., have been visiting Mr. Cope's mother, Mrs. Venie Brock of Bryans Mill, and her sister, Mrs. Leon Stacks of Naples. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mase and Miss Dianne Russell of Tyler y?s!K 'i with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mase Sunday. Mrs. Lucille Davidson of Dallas spent the week end vis- iting with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Giles. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Forsythe have as a guest in their home their son, Bill Forsythe of Lake Charles, La. MILK White Gas KENNY'S AMLICO Service Station PHONE 7-3181 NAPLES, TEXAS We give Buccaneer Stamps SPENCER'S GROCERY MARKET AND LOCKER PLANT...

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

••• < ;*i ' w:; e^'spfpF' ? .- IB mm* Future outlook good II Business held up well lost year Retail stores and individual \kC , earners in Morris county better than those in raffl areas of the nation dur- ing the 1957-58 recession. New figures, recently re- leased, throw the first light on how business and income held up in Morris county. Retail buiness continued at a surprisingly good pace. Although personal income declined during the second half of 1957, it came back well in the first six months of this year, due in part to increased unemployment insurance pay- ments and federal old-age pen- sions. Contributing to it also was a 10 per cent hike in pay to government employees, auto- matic raises in industry, and the improvement in farm re- ceipts. The survey, which meas- ures the economic strength of localities throughout the na- tion, is for the fiscal year end- ing June 30, 1958. It was com- Monitoring MAIN STREET Peace and Good Will — Somehow it doesn't seem quite right to br...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 25, 1958 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS A matter of procedure The Pewitt school board possibly will be faced with replacing its present tax assessor and collector during the next two months and hiring a successor is developing into a situation of concern among school patrons. Two points involved in filling the office have generated high interest. First, the board is considering changing the pay scale by basing it on a percentage of collections. This could result in a pay raise to the assessor and collector but there is no as- surance that it will. Second, a member of the present school board who has served well is interested in be- ing hired to fill the vacancy. Taken separately, there is no reason to question either point. It is the responsibility of the school board to set the pay scale of the office and it is to the advantage of every property owner in the dis- trict who pays his school taxes that a diligent effort be made to collect all taxes. The present me...

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

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 25, 1958 PAGE 3 BRYANS MILL MORE BLESSED TO GIVE ... It is more blessed to give than to receive. Certainly this thought, more than almost any other, signifies the true spirit of Christmas. ♦ C. J. VAUGHAN Lumber Go. T— —« Local people have guests for holidays • "t *iiw—'rr> ' /w' • \ H'W* i / By Mrs. Steve Brock Mr. Jim Elliott and Scot had as visitors J. C. Elliott and Don Palmore of Dallas. Mrs. Buck Spruce of Atlanta visited Friday with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Brit Bas- kin. Mrs. Dotsie Skelton visited in Mt. Pleasant from Thurs- day until Saturday with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Skelton and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stringer has as a guest her mother, Mrs. Nettie Hunnicutt. She will remain over the holidays. Vicki Skelton of Naples is a visitor this week in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Skelton and Jerry. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Davlin had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Luther Davlin and chil- dren, Lloyd and Darla ...

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