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

=j*t> ■*# '■ The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, DEC. 25, 1958 PAGE 4 We hope and pray that the fullness of Christ's grace and blessings will be yours a* this great Christ- mas Season. HALL'S STORE 4-8 Club has breakfast party The Naples-Omaha 4-H Club held its annual Christmas meeting last Saturday. Instead of a party, a break- fast of bacon, eggs, toast, cof- fee, orange juice and milk was served. Thirty-one young people and eight visitors at- tended. The visitors were Mrs. Rob- ert Minton, Mrs. Harold Car- ter, Mrs. Leslie Forsythe, Mrs. R. J. Dean, W. A. Giles, Bob Griffin, Jimmy McDaniel and John Surovich of Mt. Pleasant. Games were played and the group held a square dance. Officers of the club are Ethylen Heard, president; Lar- ry Chambliss, vice president; and Margaret Martin, secre- tary. >*: ' tfe 6C essirv i \<j5 oj- CCris* ;.ias Season, five la qour Ceart* J untiC CCri rcstmas Comes I LACY MILLS IV!ess Elizabeth Vaughan of Naples engaged is Belly RB Ti...

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

iy!rs« JVIcCoy of Douglassville dies at Marshals Mrs. Emma Jan McCoy, 88 year old resident of Douglass- ville, died Wednesday at the home of her daughter in Mar- shall. She was a lifelong resident of Cass county and a member of the^ouglassville Methodist Chunflk Funerai services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Doug- lassville Methodist Church with the Rev. Bob Hardwick officiating. Burial was in the Douglassville cemetery under the direction of the Hanner Funeral Home of Atlanta. She is survived by a daugh- ter, Mrs. B. R. Carmichael of Marshall; two sons, Jim Mar- tin McCoy of Douglassville, and Stafford McCoy of Tex- arkana; two sisters, Mrs. J. M. McCoy and Mrs. Mattie Wil- liams of Douglassville; one brother, J. P. Williams of Douglassville; and nine grand- children and 14 great grand- children. NAPLES, TEXAS dear santa claus: Mama is writing this as 1 am only two. I just had a nice birthday so I don't need much, just a baby doll and a Christmas dress. Don't forget by friends,...

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

THURSDAY, DEC. 25, 1958 wish With Good Wishes to Our Many Friends! 1 * « wR™ f. * T ki M I ' Si' The Naples MONITOR PAGE 6 WALL'S Grocery Store ie=a=a=n=«s j=iM=ar^^ December 26 Mrs. Gerald Hampton Daisy Boozer B. C. Franklin Ruby Capps December 27 Gary Simpson Mrs. Woodfin McMichael Robbie Surratt Mrs. Gene Andrews December 29 W. A. Giles Daniel Joe Thompson Jan Marie Jordan Mrs. Roy Melton Jeanne Lynn Hackney December 30 Vesta McMichael Jeanette Knight Jodie Dugger December 31 John W. Rivers Zelda Belyeu David Glyn Bell Danny Joe Walker Diana Christine Wise Sandra Krummel Mrs. Roy Jones Buddy Landrum Lee Narramore January 1 Vicky Kay Hall ■Rebecca Sue Kruse "s-mJ the &ngai said unto tnem, F.^r not: for, beheld, I bring you good tidings of great j ry, which shall be to all pscpla." Luke 2:10 We bring you qoc6 t!dsnqs for the Holiday Season NAPLES BEAUTY %W¥ 9K Sit Lest we lose sight of the true meaning of Christmas, wouldn't it be well at this time to rededicate ourselves to th...

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

'as XEXI>0^,OCIXZ>O,®,C>OC"! I 1 I DEAR SA J am a and I tri KU § | Everyone 'l|| Wishing you joy ond hoppiness not only on Christmas but every day of the coming year. FOSTER'S Grocery Store >ee you when you house. you, :a McDowell A Very f- HAPPY HOLID To All! SLIDER IliSwitANCE t SENCY Oh n\ JS, jt By E. B. GERMANY In the heart of big, busy New York City, at this time of year, one sees many beautiful store windows and much gen- eral evidence of Christmas sales activity, but little indica- tion that the occasion of Christmas has any religious significance. For several years, my busi- ness has placed me in this very busy city during the peri- od just before Christmas. I have been distressed at the commercial value placed on he Christmas season and the ack of any genuine interest in the Christ ' Himself. Few people seem to realize or care hat we are celebrating the airth of the Christ child. Because of this general at- itude and the New York at- mosphere, I was completely ...

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

BB8BIB1I11 ■Pfr- . ■■ SNifPl « . «*** Uti-iWf A«. W ill - ' I j U ; 1 ■h ■& .«/ - • 1 H ■ a | V: ; ; I :l i1 "I'- ll fi' SI U 1 Uffei j The Naples MONITOR "thursday, dec. 25, 1958 page 8 PERSONAL P. R. McDowell of Mt. Pleas- ant visited with Mr. and Mrs. Neugent Kesseler Sunday aft- ernoon. Those visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Barker Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. O'Neil Morris and Jei>ry of Texarkana, Mr. «nd Mrs. Ray Croft, Donna and Jimmy of Shreveport, La. and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis 0. Johnson and children of Na- ples. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Tomber- lain had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Murry Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Mayo McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and Mrs. Vernon Camp and Phil of Daingerfield, Mrs. Kate Tomberlain of Texarkana and Charlotte Tomberlain of North Texas State College. h-oh-1 Glory to Qod in the high- est, and on earth peace, j good will toward men." Luke 2.14 KIMS to one and all SMITH'S DRUG STORE Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Pate of Flat Creek had dinner with Mr. and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1959

1958 was a year of progress - but there's room for more in 1959 1958 was a year of some progress for Naples but 1959 could be better. In the midst of unsettled times when there was a nation- al recession and high unem- ployment in the Naples area, l'wo local businesses tossed side pessimism and went into ^ajor improvement projects. ie year was only a few fteeks old when the Ben Franklin Store began remodel- ing and The Morris County National Bank made its plans to face-lift its building and re-decorated its interior. That was in January while the effects of reduced opera- tions at Lone Star Steel Com- pany were being keenly felt. All was quiet in February but in March, the economic clouds got darker as Lone Star laid off 1,500 workers. There were bright spots, too, as bank deposits rose to a level higher than the year before when business was bet- ter. & Monitoring MAIN STREET March was a month of rec- ognition as the Brahma band won 25 medals for contest performances and The Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1959

The Naples MONITOR PAGE 2 THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1959 M ,. i-tii J VIEWPOINTS Excuses for opportunity S3 tiJi Naples fixed up some in 1958 — probably more than it ever has in any one year before — but it should top its resolutions for the new year to continue to update its appearance. Last year was a time of instability and un- certainty and the economic climate was nothing to encourage large expenses of modernizing. All indications are that the area faces a bright future for at least two years. Lone Star Steel officials are optimistic for the immediate future. New housing units1 will be built here starting in a few weeks. Profits will start to increase from commercial egg pro- duction. The State Highway Department will add to the local economy while it improves the two main highways of the area. This is in sharp contrast to the economic outlook at the same time a year ago. Yet, dur- ing the last year, a half a dozen or so business- es proved their faith in the future by spending their m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1959

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1959 PAGE MARIETTA CORNETT Several parties here during Christmas Mrs. Rena Thomas dies Saturday By Mrs. R. L. Harris School was dismissed Fri- day, Dec. 19 for the holidays and will resume Jan. 5. Each room had a Christmas tree and gifts were exchanged. On Monday evening, Dec. * *• 22, several Sunday School . \ classes enjoyed parties. yjju. The Winsome class, with the ^PWFC class as invited guests, met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harris for their Christmas party. After a pray- er by Sunday School Supt. T. E. Wommack, the pastor, the Rev. M. 0. Southerland, gave the devotional. Twenty-five boxes of fruit, nuts and cand- ies were "packed for delivery to shut-ins and the aged on Christmas eve. During the so- cial hour, games of "42" were enjoyed. Sandwiches, assorted cookies and punch were serv- ed to 23. The teacher, L. E. Loffer, was presented a gift. Members of the Gleaners class met at the home of Mrs. M. 0. Southerland for their Christma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1959

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1959 PAGE 4 PERSONAL / miss Glenda England, Jimmy Brown wilS be married here on March 7 The engagement and ap- proaching marriage of Miss Glenda Annette England to Jimmy Brown has been an- nounced by the bride-elect's mother. Miss England is the daugh- ter of Mrs. Elsie England and DEPENDABLE Watch Repair J. W. GARRETT JEWELER the late Mr. Mack England of Naples. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown of Omaha. The bride-elect is a gradu- ate of Paul H. Pewitt high school and is presently em- ployed by the 3-M Company of Dallas. The prospective bridegroom is also a graduate of Paul H. Pewitt high school and is now attending Texarkana College. The wedding will be an event of March 7 at the First Baptist Church in Naples. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Coker had as their guests Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heard, John Mack and Jenny of Leo- nard, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coker and family of Pittsburg, Mr. and Mrs. C....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1959

p, I". Ip" |m V- nts in ce- :nt id. sts am lk. Id- jld ice ell. 90 jur 3 im- 10m ar- , , Mlfll 7 lVr. . SIMMS Many holiday visitors in community By Miss Sarah Gauntt The Rev. and Mrs. George Carkeet and Betty Ann have returned after a two weeks visit in Houston with his par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Gusie Bell and family of Naples and Mr. and Mrs J. W. Gortney and Rickey of Boston visited Sunday in '^■'home of Mr. and Mrs. Worwi Gauntt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sater- field and family of Hooks, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and Gina, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Jackson and family of Texar- kana, Mr. and Mrs. Betty John- son and family of Simms, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Saterfield and family of Maud, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McElwee and fam- ily of Simms visited Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Johnson. Ross Poteet Jr., a student at Southwestern University at Georgetown, is visiting with his parents, Mi-, and Mrs. Ross Poteet. He is accompanied by two schoolmates, Neil Abies of Paris, and Steve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1959

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1959 PAGE 6 Hospital in the Pines ■ - a half million dollar gift to the area ' . ENTERING THE HOSPITAL, THE PUBLIC IS SHELTERED BY A COVERED WALKWAY Donated to the Northeast Texas area by Lone Star Steel Company, Hospital in the Pines represents a gift of more than a half million dollars. The hospital is situated on a rolling 30-acre site on High- way 26 between Lone Slar and Daingerfield. It is an ultra-modern struc- ture of brick and steel con- struction. It has 30 beds and is completely equipped with surgical, obstetrical, x-ray and laboratory facilities. Among the modern features are piped-in oxygen serving the emergency and operating rooms, nursery and a number of patient rooms. Piped in suc- tion serves the emergency, op- erating and delivery rooms. The hospital' was built by C. J. Vaughan of Naples and Jack Vaughan of Omaha, con- tractors. The hospital is a non-profit, non-political facility incorpor- ated under the state laws and is gover...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1959

DOUGLASSVILLE Real Estate Local people have many holiday guests Area gets 53 inches of rain By Mrs. B. W. Swint II Happy and prosperous New Wear to all readers of this lews. This reporter was too usy entertaining grandchil- dren to get the news off last week. The death angel has visited our town before and during the holidays and we extend sympathy to the loved ones in their mining. A. IFMorriss enjoyed hav- ing all his children at home lor the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morriss of Van Horn are : visiting his father and their daughter, Mrs. Anne Stanley of Queen City. They will visit here and in Queen City for several weeks. We are looking forward to their return here to live. Miss Bettye Jean Parrish of Washington is visiting her mother, Mrs. Evelyn Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Par- rish and children during the holidays. She will return home this week. John Bryan of Nelson, Okla. was a visitor in the Paul Baker home and also the B. W. Swint home and with other relatives ; last w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1959

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1959 PAGE 8 *> v W W** P I PERSONAL Mrs. F. G. Parker and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Mills flattie Daines of Texarkana attended a family reunion at visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jim the Joe Duncan home in Mt. lElledge during the holidays. Pleasant Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Morris spent Christmas at Ft. Worth visiting with their son and his family, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Morris and children, Steve and Stewart. They returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Capps of Liberty visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Fulgham from Wednesday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Page, Bobby and Cynthia of Hous- ton visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hardman Craig and •other relatives. Miss Ruby Welch of Dallas spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welch. Mrs. Neoma Hanes and daughter of Marshall also "visited with them. norma s MANY ITEMS marked down for January CLEARANCE SALE Come in and see them Dr. Harvey Rhodes of Chi- cago was the guest of Mrs. Leona McLe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1959

BSSi &&S& 29c ( ■ 49c 59c 89c 39c 59c W Mercury drops to eight-year low; gas fails JOHN PAUL JONES Some Naples residents were left to shiver for a while Sun- day as the temperature drop- ped to an eight-year low. Gas pressure in the South Heights addition and other areas in that section of town dropped so low that heaters went out about 8 a.m. and remained out for about two hours. Gas pressure also was low in some other parts of town and heater output was reduced just when it was needed most. John Paul Jones of Maud has joined the sales staff of Coker Chevrolet Company. Jones operated his own car lot at Maud since 1949, first in partnership with Harley Arnold and as sole owner since 1953. He is a native of Bonham, and a member of the Metho- dist Church and the Masonic Lodge at Maud. Jones, his wife and three children, Johnny, 9, Allen, 6, Monitoring MAIN STREET Ode to a Young- Goat — William, a Naples goat tak- en by Mrs. M. B. Davenport to her young nephew, Nathan Walke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1959

Strange doin's The Texas Observer, a liberal Democrat weekly newspaper published at Austin, recent- ly devoted several columns of its space to the Northeast Texas Water District and what it called "strange doin's". It concerned itself with the association of Marvin Watson with the water district as a paid employee while he also is an employee of Lone Star Steel Company. There were hints that maybe Lone Star was exercising more than due influence on administration of the water district. The Observer questioned the propriety of Watson's having a telephone installed in his car with the water district footing the bill. It questioned the giving of a $400 tea set to retiring Colonel Lewis, army engineer who worked on the project, at the expense of the district. Mm >£• • v-V.. fsmJ; m M f ) Assuming that. The Observer has its infor- mation correct, maybe some of the "doin's" in the water district are strange. If they are, they ought to be corrected immediately. There should be no "stran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1959

^£>7 • ~*^v' The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1959 PAGE 3 Brush, weeds cause losses By R. J. Dean Brush and weeds cause more production loss in Texas each year than soil erosion or all types of insects. Therefore, brush control is one of the biggest problems faced by farmers and ranch- men. /C) Undesirable trees and brush C3 UP wa*er an<* minerals vT$ch should be used by for- age growth for livestock pro- duction. Brush controlled areas have produced twice as much grass as untreated ones even under drouth conditions. This means more pounds of meat per acre. Mechanical methodfL such as bulldozers, brush and weed cutters have a definite place MARIETTA in brush control and mainten- ance work. A combination of mechani- cal and chemical methods of- ten will give best control per collar spent. From December through March is an excellent time to treat undesirable trees and brush with chemicals. The best chemical seems to be 2,4,5-T. It should be applied to the freshly cut stumps ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1959

Em The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1959 PAGE 4 Local girl to present recital Miss Charlotte Tomberlain, senior music major at Texas Woman's University, will give her senior voice recital at 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 11, in the main auditorium at the college at Denton. Her program will include selections by Brahms, Schu- mann, Mozart, Bach and Han- del. Miss Tomberlain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Tomber- lain, is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, honorary music fraternity. METHODIST CHURCH ACTiVITIES Who's New 1 PINK, 1 BLUE '4 ijppl m # v* PS , The Rev. Frank Richardson Jr. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m Wednesday 8 p.m. CHARLOTTE TOMBERLAIN WSCS studies Middle East The WSCS started the new year Monday with a study en- titled "Middle Eas(c Pilgrim- age". Mrs. Paul Goodwin is teach- ing the study. She also gave the devotional. The group decided to have a chicken stew some time this month to raise money for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1959

t rg Je- it. is, ln' lp" lm pr- its in id. its >m lk. ld- ild DALTON Father of local pastor dies at Linden PERSONAL By Mrs. Herbert Cromer The attendance was low for church services Sunday due to the cold weather. Bro. Fletch- er Lee brought the message at the 11 o'clock hour in the absence of Bro. Rhyne. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Bro. Rhyne and family in the death of his father, Mr. J*> '<y Rhyne of Linden. "k^Ard was received last wMr of a baby daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Eng- land of Garland. The grand- Q/fau (jet , (lelulti. wait WANT ADS parents of this young daugh- ter are Mrs. Elsie England and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Rob- inson. Visitors with Mrs. Kate Car- lisle over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Carlisle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Garrett, Gus Bell and Ronnie, Clavis Bell and Randy, and Edwin Bell. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cromer last Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellington and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Gray and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1959

I The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1959 PAGE 6 wy - ■ Shorthand Club party The Shorthand Club was honored with a Christ- mas party at the home of Mrs. Bobbie Foster Dec. 22. There were 20 girls present. The group enjoyed singing Christmas carols and playing games with the use of shorthand. Prizes were won by Jan Ranes and Jo Davis. After the gifts had been exchanged, lovely refreshments were served to the girls by the hostess and her little helper, Glenda Foster. Dr. C. W. Cromer OPTOMETRIST 212 N. Madison Mt. Pleasant, Texas Office Closed All Day Thursday THIS 'n THAT After two weeks of holidays, school was resumed on a cold, blue Monday. There was much buzzing in the halls as every- one settled into their classes. When you call, we're our way...fits! There may be a time when you, as a policyholder, need help, and need it in a hurry. After an accident, fire, or some other misfortune. Just give us a call, and watch our speed . .. day or night ... good weather or bad. It's a regu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1959

Tax rules (hanged for farmers, ranchers Several important changes have been made in farm and ranch income tax rules. Among them are a larger first year depreciation allow- ance, deductions on casualty losses and "carry back" on operating losses. R. J. Dean, county agent, said he had copies of a new booklet, "Farmer's Tax Guide" at his office in Daingerfield which are available to farmers for use in their tax work. The new regulations allow farmers to take an additional 20 per cent first year depre- ciation write-off on new ma- chinery and equipment with a limit of $10,000 set for pur- chases on an individual return or $20,000 in the case of a joint return. Casualty losses on uninsur- ed business property are now deductible as ordinary income losses. In the past, if a farmer lost a barn by fire or storm, the deduction for any unin- sured loss was offset first by capital gains. The loss is now reportable the same as depre- ciation and other business ex- penses. The law now permits a f...

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