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

> v> I H. \ ■ -3- >1 !* The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1959 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Edd Skelton "Visited with Dan Hicks Sunday afternoon at the Titus County Hospital in Mt. Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Biggers and children of Gladewater visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fulcher. -s ?r * w nm Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sullivan hr.d as their week end guest Miss Elizabeth Provence of Jacksonville, Fla. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Kelly on new years day were Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bell of Mt. Pleasant. ! 6 ? ' yr. Colonel Raymond Orr of Kerrville has returned to his home after visiting here sev- eral days last week with his mother, Mrs. Sallie Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Patterson, and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Warren For- svthe and sons of Houston vis- iled with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Forsythe during the new years holiday. : >34 !?' \h ; i r. { Ij, v fc' : ] iK>rD< • -<SE2H Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge visited in Texarkana Tuesday. Stevie Smith, the so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 January 1959

A wolf trapper will help to Irid Morris county of the var- mints this year A state trapper will come here for work throughout the county. Commissioners court voted Monday to approve funds to hire the trapper. Livestock owners have re- ported a build-up in the wolf population and requested that the court obtain the help of a trapper. The trapper will work the entire county and will ask the permission of farm operators before placing traps on indi- vidual farms. 73 years old and new every week NUMBER 25 NAPLES, TEXAS THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1958 Joining Lubbock firm •f t'f ' r I Miss Tigert gets DAR award Miss Janette Tigert has been chosen to receive the DAR award at Pewitt high school this year. She was selected by mem- bers of the faculty from three girls who were nominated by their senior classmates. Other nominees were Mattie Beth Hummel and Nancy Shults. Miss Tigert is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tigert of Omaha. Pewitt PTA will meet Tuesday The Pewitt Parent-Teacher Associati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 January 1959

a y m 1 ^ MitfMlllllHll11 (irf- The Naples MONITOR PAGE 2 THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1958 A place for a crit m 1 Ri ft I 1 A resume of the work done by the Naples chamber of commerce was read at the dinner meeting Monday night and it prompted two guests to ask offhand questions. One from Atlanta asked, "What did we do?" One from Naples asked, "Did we do that?" The Atlanta visitor's question points up the fact that the Naples chamber of commerce, with its limited membership, has indeed ac- complished an impressive number of projects that, without the chamber, would have gone undone. The question by the Naples man is a re- minder of the handicaps which a civic group faces when it attempts to serve a community. If the Naples man had shared in the ef- forts of the chamber of commerce, he would have had a better idea of the purposes and the successes of a minority group which continues to try despite port from thof cesses. Earl Way: an intensive < members for that if a few fied effort lo{ We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 January 1959

" - ' ■ ■ DALTON Bro. Simmons guest speaker Sunday By Mrs. Herbert Cromer The attendance for church serivces Sunday was good. It was good to have Bro. Leslie .Simmons back in church services. He brought the mes- sage at the evening services. Mrs, Willie Hicks is visiting Mn Mt. Pleasant this week with ,Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hicks and laughter. Dick Lowery and R. P. Low- ery b?d 'supper last Monday lighpwith William Simmons. Mrs. H. W. Spivey ind CTau'dine Cromer of New Joston, and Joe Miot of Tex- arkana visited in the home of ^Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cromer and W. H. last Friday night. Mrs. Nadine Tuck visited with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Ed- wards of Hughes Springs. Glenda England spent the ' week end with her mother, I Mrs. Elsie England. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Knigh- ton, Sue and James, and Mrs. 'Kate Carlisle visited in Bryans ' Mill Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bell anu girls. William Sinmaflns and Bro. Leslie Simmons visited in Tex- arkana Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bantie Smith Vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 January 1959

r The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1958 PAGE 6 SIMMS Local people attend Baptist meeting By Miss Sarah Gauntt The attendance at Simms Baptist Church was about av- erage now that the weather is better. Several members of the the local church attended the Southern Baptist Convention and visited the Butler Orphan Home in Dallas Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McElwee and family visited Sunday aft- ernoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Johnson. t t m BUY EGGS ON GRADE L & W Farm Supply Air. and Mrs. Robert H. Brooke and son of Texarkana visited Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and family. Miss Linda McGill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott McGill, spent the week end in Sher- man visiting friends. We are sorry to report that Miss Lou Ella May is sick again. We hope she recovers soon. INSPECTION OF CARS BEHIND SCHEDULE Three out of four Texas motor vehicles have yet to re- ceive their 1959 safety inspec- tion stickers. The deadline is April 15 and the Texas Department o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 January 1959

0mm? iLir* __ to ps ly In Id F Id Review ■3: 11 4 II Fui for every home, furnitUi-c for every taste and for every budget. That's furni- ture from Everybody's Furni- ture Store located at 204 West 2 in Mt. Pleasant. Everybody's Furniture Store carries a wide assortment of all types of furniture. You will find chairs, tables, and divans and bedroom suites that will blend perfectly with your home. Everybody's Furniture Store will arrange the terms IVs & KB Tractor Company ♦ Be sure to see the M & M Tractor Company in Mt. Pleas- ant before you purchase farm equipment. For years this * firm has specialized in provid- ing the right machine' for the " job. They are completely re- liable and are your authorized dealer for Ford and New Holl- | and brand implements. They t also feature a complete parts ■ and maintenance department ! enabling them to provide the | best service most economically i lor farmers in this section. Mt- Pleasant Poultry & Egg Company 8 6 9 5 )0 >0 3 0 &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 January 1959

1 I e.; Wl r/ .. . I mn'itmnii'ij! mmmmrn The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1958 PAGE 8 PERSONAL Miss Virginia Stamps of Dal- las visited with the Kennard Flemings Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. 0. I. Fink -spent the week end in Gilmer with her mother, Mrs. W. G. Darden. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Narra- xnore, Sally and Betsy, visited at Nash Sunday with his moth- er, Mrs. J. T. Narramore. SPECIALS Jan. 17 thru 24 MATERIALS Pampered and Crafted COTTONS 59c yd SUITINGS 79c yd BATES 79c & 89c Fruit of Loom PRINT 39c yd FAILLE 79c yd Plaid and Stripe Dan River and Stevens MATERIAL 69c MEN'S SOCKS .. 4 pr 51 Men's UNDERSHIRTS. 59c each LADIES SLIPS .. $1.39 Pepperell White SHEETS $1.95 Ladies Challie GOWNS $2.00 Boys Dress TROUSERS V* off Men and Boys SPORT SHIRTS .. V* off Hairs Stou PLEASANT DRIVE-IN Mt. Pleasant, Texas Friday and Saturday GUN BATTLE AT MONTEREY Sterling Hayden Pamela Duncan PLUS GINA LOLLABRIGIDA BEAUTIFUL BUT DANGEROUS Sun. • Men. • Tues. THE BIG COUNTRY Gregory Peck Bur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1959

•1« * . "*■ f 1 *" <r* i « 4« ' V- "/•' I , t s-v, .***#•< t «' v" m- >r -J *1 '' * * 2 ■-* ;4 #/ >-«f* ' TW? .* 4. •** ' k* *W* -J f ^;V/ wp Course planned for grocers A four-day training course for grocers and their employ- ees will be held at Pewitt school starting Monday night, Jan. 26. The course is sponsored by local grocers, Texas Retail Grocers Association, and the Naples chamber of commerce. 1^, It is open to all grocers, < lUpfioir employees and any other ' interested person in the Na- ples and Omaha area. I1 filyde Bennett, retail groce- training cnppialist nf the con- m&m u-w n n 5c i5c >9c | 19c 9c 9c *9c 19c i -■ *■■■> CLYDE BENNETT Monitoring * each night next week from Monday through Thursday. Bennett is the former owner and operator of the Bennett Food Stores in Waco. Since joining the University staff five years ago, he has directed similar training pro- grams for grocers and their employees in many Texas cities. This will be the smallest t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1959

it I '■ I!: IT* if V\ u ,, v Th« Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1959 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS Iron out the wrinkles There is little question that the Morris County United Fund Organization can function to the advantage of the entire county but, as they do in many new endeavors, problems have come up that need solutions. One in particular needs the attention of those who are in charge of the organization. Officers and directors of the UFO need to see to it that all beneficiaries of the contribu- tions are county-wide or larger so that cne community won't be helping to support a pure- ly local activity in another community. Of the 10 agencies listed to share in the fund are three which are almost solely of bene- fit to Daingerfield. They are the Camp Fire Girls, the Girl Scouts of America, and the Mor- ris County Library. These activities which are not county-wide should not be supported by county contribu- tions. Before too long, plans will be made for the drive for funds this year. Unle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1959

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1959 PAGE 3 Plant young trees properly % i I I By R. J. Dean January and February is tree planting time in most parts of Texas. There are lots of things that we should keep in mind if we get the trees started in tip-top shape. Here are several suggestions o.i how to handle trees upon arrival and how to prepare soil for planting: If the trees cannot be plant- . at once, they should be !heeled in" by digging a trench wide and deep enough U receive the roots. In cover- ?he roots with soil, care ild be taken to work the jl into the spaces where the STATIONERY $1.00 VALUE on sale for 59c LOWERY'S DRUG STORE roots are massed together, otherwise there is danger of drying out. Avoid "heeling in" in poor drainage areas. The soil where the trees are to be planted must be thoroughly prepared. Broken or torn roots should be removed before the tree is set in the hole. Plant the tree at the same depth that it was in the nursery and pack the soil firmly around...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1959

The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1959 PAGE 4 Mrs. Charles Smith new club president Leaf and Petal Garden Club members elected Mrs. Charles Smith president and Mrs. Waymon Tenbrook vice presi- dent for the next Uvo years at a meeting last Thursday. Other officers elected for the coming term were Mrs. H. A. Walters secretary, Mrs. Vic- tor Moore treasurer, and Mrs. Bob Griffin parliamentarian. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Tommy Bottoms with Mrs. Tenbrook as co- hostess. Members also voted to agree to back a civil defense organi- zation in Naples. Mrs. Lee Roy Franklin gave the program on the planting and care of spring and sum- mer bulbs. ABOUT 35 TO ATTEND BAND SOLO CONTEST About 35 from Pewitt school will go to the band solo con- test in March. V When you call, we're on our way...fast 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 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1959

Is In le" Bit Id. BtS fcm pk. Jld- lild nee Ifii. 90 \ ; lour 3 Lim- jom jirge (iter, 15 J DALTON Large group visits in Hampton heme By Mrs. Herbert Cromer Sorry that several people in this community were sick last week end and unable to at- tend church services. Mrs. Exie Tolbert and Mrs. Dela Brock visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Brock and Mrs. Holcomb Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith jiltendeclJfcijrch services here Sunday.!# Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hicks vis- aed Sunday afternoon with Mr. iyb W. Hicks and Mrs. \\ '.^Hf 'Jcks. Visitors^ "the home of Mrs. Janie Hampton Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Penny and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Thomas, Mrs. Troy Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Womack, Arthur Guy Womack, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Collins, Mrs. Mary Smith and Mrs. Lera Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gar- rett visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Kate Carlisle. Mrs. Onie Robinson return- ed home last Friday after spending the week in Garland and Dallas visit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1959

f # ■ \ v'.-;': .-'-"vr-'v---,. -vi , rav '"■ ) TIm Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1959 PAGE 6 t, « • I the brahma corral Girls to study family relations . The first year homemaking class and sophomore girls will Study family relations and per- sonal grooming. After this unit is completed they will begin a study of sewing and child care. The third year girls will study foods and nutrition, marriage and family living, personal adjustments and con- sumer problems. Girl of the week The girl of the week is 15 years old, weighs 95 pounds and is five feet and five inches tall. Her hair is blonde and her eyes are hazel. Her favor- ite person is "everyone", her favorite song is "The Day That the Rain Came", her favorite food is chicken, her favorite expression is "Oh, my good- ness", and her favorite pas- time is skating. Her pet peeve is to study and her favorite color is blue. The girl of the week is Ann Milstead. MILK Rachel elected area officer Bobby Rachel of the Pewitt FFA chapter ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1959

£"v>. ARRETT'S The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN, 22, 1959 January 23rd at 8:30 a.m. and lasts through January 31st BE HERE WHEN THE DOORS OPEN! WE ARE LISTING ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS IN THE STORE, USE OUR LAY-AWAY SHEETS Garza White Muslin 81x89. 168 81x108 _ *1.99 CASES to match 83c pair THIS SHEET IS GUARANTEED FOR 100 WASHINGS COLOR EBSHEETS 81x§3. 2.18 CASES iomatsh.. 38c pair What tremendous savings are in store for wise homemakers who stock up during our great JANUARY WHITE SALE! Check your needs and buy now at GARRETT'S bath mai sets FANCY COLORS Special ?2.88 BIRDSEYE DIAPERS Special 1.77 dozen 0rsab8vcurtains rlx84 HEAVY WHITE CRISCROSS STYLE THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL Sale price - _ 3.66 pair A# 2W' mm panels 88c each SHEET blankets. -1.66 "mers hInkTEs You can't afford to have them laundered at this price 10 for 87c v. v m jit PLASTIC DRAPES 1.57 pair PISH CLOTHS LARGE AND THIRSTY 12 for 97c — * * \ t ^ ONE BIG SELECTION OF LADIES SHOES . .1-2 price m OTHER FABRICS $1....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1959

The Naples MONITOR Thursday, jan. 22. 1959 page s PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welch visited in Atlanta Sunday aft- ernoon with their son and family, Mr. „nd Mrs. George Welch. Mrs. William Stewart of Texarkana spent Thursday visiting with Mrs. Clifton Brock and Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Franklin. Mrs. Richard Towler visited last week end in Ft. Worth with her mother, Mrs. Lorene Golden, and in Odessa with her sister, Mrs. H. C. Kelly. Mrs. Dorris Walls of Long- view spent Saturday and Sun- day with Mrs. Thelma Watson and Martha Ray. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Griffin, Ann and Tommy, and Odis Cline of Omaha spent the week end in Lawton, Okla. Mrs. Alex Corriere and Leonard of Troy, Ala., are spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bruebaker. BAPTIST CHURCH ACTIVITIES ;•****- -1 . * ' nnng eH The Rev. Morris Hill, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Janie Hampton Sunday were Mr. an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 January 1959

I m I 3" >• Cratches and kg braces no ham-imp to young victim of polio ' T,f''.is , •*- -ii xir«ii i ?„ r>r« +/\ nvb-ono <v o firct i-^nrith nf it Within a fo.w weeks he was 1hp Marr h nf Di h If young Charles Wallace Smith of Omaha is handicap- ped, he neither knows it nor shows it. The 27-month-old toddler, 3 victim of polio, wears braces on both legs and uses crutches but these mechanical substi- v^s for strong well coordi muscles don't keep him the usual small-boy acti- vities. A wild game of cowboys ' - l3S i to and Indians is as routine to him as it is to any boisterous boy. Charles, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Ray Smith, had learned to walk almost exactly a year before he contracted polio. That was five months ago when he was only 22 months old. In the five months since, he has spent three months in St. Michaels Hospital in Tex- arkana, the first month of it lying down. He was fitted with braces on both legs and, as soon as could stand, started learning to walk all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 January 1959

'■■■WW . *. The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1959 PAGE 2 VIEWPOINTS A sales tax by another name Texans shy away from a general sales lax because it somehow seems to drain oft the purchasing power of the "common man" and puts an unfair burden on. that huge majority which is not a part of big business. It has not been necessary in the past be- cause of the state's favorable financial con- dition but this session of the legislature is faced with raising large amounts to pay for existing services and new governmental functions. Governor Price Daniel and some members of the legislature have been strong in their opposition to a sales tax but have indicated that they may favor an increase in another tax that would have the same effect of taking away purchasing power from those already on a limited budget. The tax being proposed by both state and federal government is a one and a half cent increase in the already existing tax on gasoline. Gasoline already is taxed at the rate of five c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 January 1959

' l$h The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1959 PAGE 3 ''•■ism Limestone adds fertility to the soil By R. J. Dean County Agent Limestone, which has long held a post of importance in the road-building and con- struction industries, is gaining widespread recognition in ag- riculture. In Texas, for example, use of limestone for agricultural purposes has more than dou- bled in the past decade. Farm ranch leaders expect its it^Hio be stepped up even liiora in years ahead. What has caused such re- newed interest in an old prod- uct? The chief reason is prob- ably that farmers and ranch- ers have become better ac- quainted with its usefulness in maintaining soil quality and I expending production. Some of limestone's main values in agriculture include these: 1. It cuts acidity of dloil, "sweetening" land so the effi- ciency of fertilizer is increas- ed. 2. It adds plant food (mostly calcium), to soil enabling the building of large, more nutri- tious plants and livestock. 3. It improves ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 January 1959

1 : - - nffifffiiitffti mSn; V -' ?''tf' v."^;;-v-..•'/- The Woman's Angle I The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1959 PAGE 4 'Heart Gardening* is swife Sect of study at Naples Garden Club Wednesday The Naples Garden Club met last Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. W. G. Cranberry with Mrs. Leon Coker and Mrs. J. B. Osborn as co-hostesses. Mrs. Morris Hampton pre- sented the very informative program, "Heart Gardening" by Mrs. Melvin Hicks. It was followed by a panel discussion on horticulture with Mrs. C. E. Boozer as moderator, and Mrs. H. T. Morris, Mrs. A. A. Hum- mel and Mrs. B. J. Floyd as panelists. The decorations included several artistic arrangements featuring the "Hogarth Curve" placed at vantage points and a traditional arrangement of white stock, small mums and carnations centered the dining table. Refreshments of cake, cof- fee, hot punch and toasted nuts were served to Mrs. E. L. Autry, Mrs. C. E. Boozer, Mrs. Chester Coker, Mrs. Leon Coker, Mrs. B. J. Floyd', Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 January 1959

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1959 PAGE 5 unty recession well Morris county businessmen sang the blues during the 1957-58 recession but cash reg- isters played a less mournful accompaniment. Business actually was better in some lines of business than it was the previous 12 months, to the current Consumer Mar- kets Data study. The report by the Standard Rate and Data Service of New York gives the spending pic- ture for the fiscal year ending July 1, 1-958, the latest period when figures are available. Three towns meet UFO flak; two others fall below Three out of five Morris county communities exceeded their goals in the 1959 United Fund Organization drive. Naples, Cason and Dainger- field exceeded their quotas, and Lone Star and Omaha fell below. their assignments. B. H. Webb of Daingerfield said 75 per cent of the 1959 budget had been met and that it is anticipated, based upon commitments, that the final 25 per cent will be collected by July 1. The report was made at a meeti...

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