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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1937

T i: I i mz 9- NEW YEAR'S BELLS FROM the earliest times the 1 ringing of bells has been em- ployed as a method of announc- ing death, and tho use of bells at New Year's eve .symbolizes the death of the old year. In England it was formerly cus- tomary to ring muffled bells just before twelve, and at twelve to remove the wrappings and to al- low the bells to ring loudly. New Year's Resolution HERB'S a Ntw Year's resolution ...Any one eta make in J keep; It will help one's constitution, A ad enable on* to si top. "I will try to keep Irom trotting When I cannot mo tho sun: I will try to koop from getting Into quarrels I may shun. "I w!U try to keep Irom grloring Over troubles that ore past: I will try to keep believing Things will oil come right ot loot. "I nil I try to keep Irom sighing When I ought to amite, instead; t will try to keep on trying To deserve to get ahead." —Montreal Herald. New Year # Cavalier ifll'lfl'Afcl'l•II • by Helen Gaisford tisCA Waterman FENTON DUMONT was bored...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1937

MM| W. W. McNatt is in this week on business. Beaumont Kennedy vislt- ris last week. Personal and Local Happenings HAPPIEST YULETIDE FOR YEARS IN NAPLES! Fortnightly Club 13, 1937 Holiday Trade Wa* the Biggest for Many Years Household Hints Naplea( has just experienced the merriest and busiest Christ inn, it has known for years. Old t ecords for exchange of gifts vanished in the almost unprece- dented spending. *Pui-ses were loBCiwd as they have not been her? for a long time. Nearly every store in Naples did almost a recofd-smaahinp business right up to the last minute before Christmas day, and when the stove doors were closed late on the night before Christ- mas. there were only a few rem- nants left of the big stocks of cotton. Christmas goods that the dealers'. The Last Supper had laid in for the holidays. I Comment upon this picture as The depression has gone from u mural. Naples. It has been vanishing tie work? With what result? for quite a while, and now it is Why is ft' class...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1937

* V* Jllon itar I \v VOLUME 51 On the "Broadway of America NAPLES, TEXAS, mm UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION Vesta's Tailor Shop Burglarized All Stolen Clothing Was Recovered Last Friday night, between 9 . ; , dflO o'clock, someone entere I; IMeWSy Happenings Vesta'a Tailor Shop by breaking in at the back door and stole clothing to the amount of ap- proximately $130 and rifled |tfie table and desk drawers. Lawrence Barrett, who works in the shop, went to the shop after attending the picture shaw and found the drawers open and noticed . that clothing lhad been taken from the racks. Alii-. Barrett notified Vesta Mc- From Rocky Point ' * '' '' ■ , " *'i 'Ait Local and Personal News of thr Community. Rocky Point, Jan. 6.—MKss Annie Lee Wommack of Texar- kana spent the Xmas holidays at home with her parents, Mr. and Michael who came to town and;Mrs. C. E. Wommack. Editor^ Note: Following are questions and answers prepared by R. B. Anderson, chairman-dir- ector of the Texas Unemployment Compens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1937

Hi L I - & :■ < , 1ft® ■vi i . , ''' . ■ '• iV'ft.; NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday Ey W. R. WATTS I Entered as second-class mail mat-, tcr in the ypstoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR *1-00 CHRONOLOGY OF THE YEAR 19 3 6 SIX MONTHS — 50c ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable oi swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be- lieve all our advertisers to b( honorable and responsible. I any of our subscribers have found any of our advertiseri not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor t< be notified of the fact. All bills payable in Naples Texas. COMPILED BY E. W. PICKARD DOMESTIC Jan. 1-Franklin C. Hoyt resigned as fed- eral alcohol administrator. Jan. S—Congress opened Its session and President Roosevelt debvered bis message on the state of tho nation. Jan. (5—Supreme Court decided the AAA was unconstitutional. President Roosevelt submitted budget message for fiscal year 1937. J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1937

Naples High School Notes SCHOOL NEWS FRESHMAN CLASS Mary McCoy Orene Fleming SENIOR CLASS NOTES |C)lady8 Huffman Wo were all rfcady to begin work again Monday after a very pleuBant holiday. 'Everyone seemed ready for work, wjiether they were or not. There are only two short weeka until we sjhall be served with mid- term examinations. To some it just doesn't seem possible that school is almost half gone for (jhis year, but to other® it sound* good. We feincereJl/ hopo that all will be ready for the exams wlien they do come. We are glad to welcome Iris Reid bactc. We have missed her i greatly. SOPHOMORE NOTES Mlarie Vissering We are back at school working after a merry Christmas and so far a happy new year. The isophomore class regrets losing one of its members, Charlie Mae Presley. ' The English II class has finished the third. Idyll of "The Idylls o? the King." The last one will be the "iPeasing of Arthur." The Spanish I class has been atudying the twentieth lesson in the text book ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 January 1937

:v, wm § Personal and Local Happenings VMSSS3SxStSS52SS& ESS! W. M. S. The Woman's Missionary So- clcly met Jan. 4 at 2:30 p. m. Easiness session. Opening song: Where lie Leads Scripture lesson (57 Psalm. Prayer: Bro. Bering. Letter read by President from Holland's Magazine. $1.75 re- ceived on subscriptions. Literature for the 1st quarter given Mrs. Bryan for jurograirfc and social work. The farmer committee, com- potted of Mrs. Lee Davis, Mrs. Bryan and Mrs. J. M. Hampton who were to arrange for living j acm suit, were ask to investigate kitchen sink, purchase and In- stall for Mtethiodist palreonage. AL-o plans for "rug sale" was discussed. A large number were present and many many interestihg talks and discussions were made. Let's have a full attendance text Monday, January 11 at 2.S0 p. m. Dr. I. M. Watson was in Hughes Springs on business last Monday. ' C. E. Grant of Dallas was a holi- day visitor in Naples. MiBS Eddie Taylor of Daingerlield in visiting Miss Gladys Truitt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 January 1937

* m m-- : VOLUME 51 ®'fe WopU On the "Broadway of America" MAPLES. TEXAS. FR] UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION Editor's Note: Following are questions and answers prepared by It. B. Anderson, chairman-dir- ector of the Texas Unemployment Compensation Commission, which is an interpretation in simplified terms of the various provisions of the recently enacted Texas Un employment Compensation Act. Further questions and answers in this series will appear in this paper from time to time. PATMAN PREDICTS MORE BUSINESS REGULATION How to Figure Your,Weekly Wage ir Question G: ''My work is regular or seasonal. * Some weeks 1 work more hours, earn more pay, than in otlhers. 'Previous articles havfc made it clear that to determine what benefits* I can receive, I must knoiw what my wage has been. Does tihe law say fcow the amount of my wages is to be determined?'" Answer: To determine your weekly wage, you must find out two things: U) Your fult-tinfc weekly hours. To get this figure, add together all t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 January 1937

_ V , JSPIS ' BBWJMOiKt at# Miiii* ■! mm* t? i? i" - J?K - " .■ • ~ II®' - '•'*.//«?• ■ I fore and after their government work. Starvation Wages 11 starvation March 3, 1879 ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable cj swindling advertisements in ported at any price. We be^ lieve all our advertisers to b( | 1 honorable and responsible. I any of our subscribers have found any of our advertisers not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor tf be notified of the fact. All bills payable in Naples.. Texas. NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday lly W. R. WATTS _ wage are to be Kutered as second-class mail mat prevented—and they should be In- in the postoffice at Naples, starvation prices should be pre- Texas, under act of Congress vented. Between thirty and forty million of our one hundred and , twetny-fiix millioh populatioh are dependent for a livelihood upon [production either on the farm, on the ranch, in the mine, in tihe _50r orchard or in the forest. They 'r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 January 1937

'J !* .Continued "1 - til m >:m : : UNEMPLOUMENT from first page) FOR TEXAS HIGHWAYS? I Texos' highways, to dote, have cost Texas taxpayers approximately seven hundred and fifty millions of dollars. License fees from motor vehicles have contributed $202,000,000. Gasoline taxes have accounted for $176,000,000. Federal aid has donated $91,000,000. YOUR PROPERTY TAXES HAVE CONTRIBUTED $281,000,000-MORE THAN ONE-THIRD OF THE TOTAL. Large trucks—those weighing more than 8000 pounds loaded—have paid a total of $27,000,000 in license fees and gasoline taxes, or 3 V* per cent of the total cost. Yet these trucks have been respon- sible for an additional cost of construc- tion and maintenance amounting to approximately 50 per cent of the total— on amount far in excess of their con- tribution. These wider trucks result in 25 per cent increase in pavement costs. Thoir bigger loads have required thicker pavements, costing from 35 to 60 psr cent more; their size has made wider and heavier brid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 January 1937

Personal and Local Happenings Entermediate B. T. U. Enfoy Theatre Party Morris County National Elects Ofticers W. H. Morgan is in Amarilla this week visiting his sister, Mrs. Sam K. Breylea. Methodist Church shareholders meeting I Special prices on Wash Dresses. Come in and see them. The Davis Company. Morris County National ',an^ J ness one day last week, in held last Tuesday and re- ikvted the directors an follows: \. B. Gal lawny, Hf 11. Stevens M. N. Heard, A. B. Childs, E. J res. iMv J. Mathews, and T. C. er. ffrer the shareholders meeting the directors met and elected the following: A. B. Gallaway, president M. N. Heard, vice president T. C. Lyster, vice president A. B. Childs, vice president and cashier. " Mrs. Winnie Watys, cashier \V. G. Cranberry < .^ss^tant ccihier. Last Friday night the intermediate Baptist Training Union enjoyed a Theater party at the Inez Theater. The class met at the Baptist H. 1. Robinson our presiding! Church where eake and Punch were I Elder wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1937

J L VOLUME 51 UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION On the "Broadway of America." ftlomtor ♦ NAPLES, TEXAS, F . JANUARY 22, 1937 fin the "Broadway of Amtrlca." Editor's Note: Following are questions and answers prepared by R. B. Anderson, chairman-dir- ector of the Texas Unemployment Compensation Commission, which is an interpretation in simplified tcrni3 of the various provisions of the recently enacted Texas Un- employment Compensation Act. Further questions and answers in this series will appear in this paper from time to time. NUMBER 42 SHEPPARD INTRODUCES NEW PROHIBITION BILL ii i " Declares New Saloon is More Dangerous Than the Old. What [Mjakes a Man Ineligible For Benefits? Question 11: "What must 1 guard against to keep from being ineligigle for benefits under the law?" Artsiwer: The law provides minor violations of its rule*. It also provides certain situation in which a worker can be unem- ployed and still not be able to draw any benefits. (1) If you quit your job without any reason,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1937

mmfr v«'"' ' • • '.: '• * / •M'V, ' MS = WE THANK Yor For Your ■•alienee and Good Nature During 1 lie Time Our Line Crews Were WrorkiiBp| Hay HHHHHHH llestorclour PPM I anil Night Power Service. When storm warnings were broadcast last-week our line crews, servicemen and power plant crews were ordered to "Stand Hy" for trouble, ty The fury of the storm struck and lines went down under the heavy burden of ice and broken trees. Every available man was rushed to the trouble stricken points. They trudged through sleet, ice and muck, wliere cars could not go, fighting the elements as they went about their job of restoring electric service to our customers. The men never stopped for sleep and i hardly for food. The work was slow and dangerous. Communication lines were out. Messages could not be delivered from one point to another on the lines. During all this time you were patient with us. Everyone preserved their good humor, and we thank you for it. You seemed to know that we were doing e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1937

— ANNOUNCING SI A NEW FO ■ DEALER Su I \ X ■■ , 1 ■ • J? -- is&Ts) |SpP<> kwJk-v •. • ••- ' % CHESTER COKER Naples, Texas The Ford Motor Company takes pleasure in announcing this new dealership. The appointment is in keeping with its established policy of providing the highest type of representation in each community. This new Ford dealer is equipped to render competent service on cars and trucks at low cost. Precision equipment has been installed and all mechanics are thoroughly trained. Only Genuine Ford Parts are used and labor on all ordinary maintenance operations is billed at a standard flat rate. We invite you to visit this new Ford dealer for service, and also to see the display of Ford V-8 cars. Distinguished this year by two en- gine sixes, 60 horsepower and 85 horsepower, the 1937 Ford# V- 8 is creating new standards in motoring economy. New beauty of line has been combined with the outstanding comfort, safety and V-8 performance that have put the Ford in a clas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 January 1937

m to HAMPSHIRE HOG« FOR SALE Gulf Service Station Personal and Local Happenings Have several sows ready breedin#, one male read\ service. Some small pigs, furnish register with all. J. M. Hampton BUDDY FALLS, Mgr Gasoline, Oil, Greases Washing, Greasing We fix Hats NAPLES, TEXAS The Latest RCA Sound Continued from page Mrs. Wallace Jackson brought homo from Texarkana Sunday after being in a hospital for ten days fol- lowing an apendicitis operation She is recovering nicely. Methodist Church Miss Sarah Dunlap ot Lason was a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Godsev. dr. McLECKIE Ioe cold drinks and candies Phon# 100 Dentist Smith's Drug Store Naples, Texas We have that Suit or Coat you have been wanting. Come and see ' them. Lena-Dell Fashion and Beauty Shop. FOR SALE OR TRADE Did you know that we had the, largest Sunday School attend trnce of any Methodist Church in this whole area last Sunday morning? Were you one of the crowd? Why not? are ahead—where art you tx«« blue fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1937

T - ■ Ifa s Ulonitnr ■; ;.: VOLUME 53 NAPLES, TEXAS, FR1JDAY, JANUARY 27, 1989 FLASHES FROM THE CAPITOL . t : lj > 1 lis By Virgil A. Fielden State Representative of Morris and Titus Counties SEN. TOM CONNALLY HAS PLAN REDUCE COTTON SURPLUS Before a colorful crowd of over 60,000 people that assembled in the Memorial Stadium last week, W Lee O'Daniel took the oath of office as Governor The cere monies were the most impressive ever held on such an occasion, and certainly oue could see that O'Daniel was being inaugurated as a very popular person. The huge throng roared its approval when he had finished Ills speech and celebrations were in order until far into the night Then came the following day with Gov emor O'Daniel's address to the Legislature; an address that stunned andsurptlsed Leglsla tors as well as many of the peo pie of Texas. Gone was his side stepping of the issue of previous days With a solemn face O'Dan lei looked at " Ills partners in Government —the Legislators— and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1937

Mm Bf£ ,, * I K I# & r i I I THE} MAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday By .1 W. R. WATTS Entered aa second-class mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under March 3, 1879. act of Congress SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 IX MONTHS 60c ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable oi .swindling advertisements in' serted at any price. We be lievd all eur advertisers to be honorable *nd responsible. Ii any of our subscribe!® have found any of our advertiser! not fulfilling their agreement! we shall consider it a favor t< be notified of the fact. Ail bills Texas. payable in Naples HUNT COUNTY FARMERS ' (Continued from first page) the Cotton Field Station were classed as follows: TRwo bales lis in., three l^ales 1 1-16 in. three bales 1 1>-31 in. (Four hundred and twenty-five bales of| Acala ginned at the Greenville Co-op Gin and stapled by the official government classer showed the following: Ninety bales measured 1 1-31 in., Ill i ales 1 1-16 in., 104 bales 1-3 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1937

-I . Naples School Notes SENIORS MARY JAYNE WATOON. Editor-in-Chief Geography: Hallie Mae Tohill, Dorothy Marie McCofy Isabel Coker, Nettie Bell Rountree. Seventh grade pupils who made 100 per cent on the pre teas in spelling Monday were: Mayme The .semlor class is planning birf things. There were no fail- ures at all, and so we will all be able to exhibit our class Paye Mc€oy, Wilmoth' calTaway rings twith jpride. • We would like to form a dra- matic €lu\ , and more than that# Glad Girls Sunday Si!tool Class we would like to publish an an- nual, such as the Stampede. The school published one several years ago wit<h the help of the merchants. ,We wonder if they would be willing to help uskagain. Isabel Qoker, Frances T|bwler. Nettie Bell Rountree, Dorothy . ... Marie McCoy and Bessie Fave mwBed them ,and hape they will 1T ■■ * (Vof f a nntMA nnvf Cnn#)n«r We had three absent .Sunday who were Edith ^ Watson, Frances Towler a(nd RMa jMillB. (Wa Parker. get to come next ,Sunday. Six...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1937

Trade With Our Advertisers v««* m Dalton Personal and Local Happenings 1 News of Local and HbUtC* Rocky Point Home Demonstration Club CJdaty Committee tojHave Regular Sessions EPWORTH LEAGUE ■ The Morris County Agricul tural Committee composed of \V. Roi/ton, B. EX Wright and J. u. Tittle, will have a regular "wmntttee meeting "eivery Qatur- dny morning beginning ait o'clock to take up any subject that is in their jurisdiction re- garding the farmer and Agricul ture program. This plan is be- in# used so that if the farmer has any problems that he would like to preent U> the County C.immittiee regarding! ithe jAgri- cultural Adjustment Admlpistra tion he will know when that he iright present his problems to them if the AAA office is unable to handle it for him. This plan will be used by prac- tically all counties in Texas for this (purpose in the future. AMERICAN LEGION HAS SMALL POX VAC1NE The lEjpworth League met Sun- day evening at 6:15 w,ith 19 members present. We were very gl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 January 1937

Vv :'• !( ' NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1937 VOLUME 51 On the "BroAdvray of America. On the "Broadway of America. PANACEA FOR FARM TENANCY IS PUSHED UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION i! '■■-M M J | V I Editor's Note": Following arc questions and answers prepared by R. B. Anderson, chairman-dir- ector of the Texas Unemployment Compensation Commission, which is an interpretation in simplified terms of the- various provisions of the recently enacted Texas Un- employment" ^Compensation Act. Further questions and answers in this'series will appear in this paper from time to time. What Is An Employer? Question 16: "What is an em- ployer?'* Answer: Briefly, an employer is any person or firin who, dur- ing 1936 or after, has employed as many as eight persons for at least one day a week for any 20 weeks during'the calendar year. The "twenty weeks" provision is very strictly defined. Say that your normal payroll is seven per- sons, .but occasionally you Jiave to hire another worker for a half ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 January 1937

w ***■ WuGNEVKR good cooks f{et together Uiev always come <© li «fc nihiio <*oim*Iibs9oii-- GAS COOKS BETTER AND COSTS LESS Modern women who have to prepare or supervise the cooking of three meals every day are naturally critical of their kitchen equipment. They demand a range that is convenient, economical to operate and highly efficient not to mention attractive. In this community, they have almost without exception chosen gas ranges because they know. — ft- iiiw 1 m ;:¥r It paper in at t.Mi t ion | I U)lli(! '1 C III fitlles | (4 iii)BI iiin Folk*, 1 1 ! hit l il 1 IM 1)0. ail s<i • lii'itf i fill Ihtt fi 't you twil in T« old vftjut • I v on Hit] \ i * u r v^.ir r n OikM IhSnU tuiiiun h> in! There's nothing like GAS for BROILING C*( giv « you the interne kf«t needed to brown meata (o fait that low of juieet il prevented. Full flavor ii laved. ROASTING Gai givo you the oven ventila- tion which produce* crisp, juicy roatti. Eicon moisture is allowed escape, preventing ...

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