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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

Sample Copy Kfslg. • ' sro-'V'"?i *« . . .. .. 1 4 PRICE, Single Copy, 5 Cents NAPLES, (MORRIS CO.) TjEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942 VOLUME 57, NUMBER 4 111 I ■ Monitor Serving Vast Territory for Over Half Century The Naples Monitor Practically 50 Years of Service In This Vicinity Under the Watts Family Management On June 10, 1886, 57 years ago next month the first issue of the Belden Herald, now The Naples Monitor*appeared with J. M. Connor editor. A few months after that date the plant was purchased by B. R. Watts, father of W. R. Watts, former editor and publisher The Naples Monitor. After about 22 years B. R. Watts sold the plant, and for something like 14 years it was in other hands than members of the Watts family, dianging hands several times. On June 2, 1922, W. R. Watts took charge opening with a new outfit, and was under his management up until April 1, 1942, when Tom L. Price, Sr., become the Editor and Publisher of the Naples Monitor, so during these 57 years The Monitor has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

wfflll'fffrl Naples School To Close This Week The Nuplea Schools are finlnahing the yeai'H work this week and next. Final examinations will be concluded this week. The Baccaluurete servce will be held next Sundy night at the Meth- odist church with Rev. G. R. House Preaching the Baccalaureate ser- mon. Next Tuesday night the gradua- tion for the elementary school will be held in one of the churches. On Wednesday night of next week the Commencement exercises for the High School will be held in the gymnasium. Rev. Richard Irvin of Dallas Lrtll deliver the clues address. I- %,• mm m WmM if Worker Loses Pay If Raid Halts Work The Wage Hour Administration in Washington has ruled that the time spent by workers in shelters during a blackout or air raid alarm is not to be counted as hours work- When In Omaha Visit Our Store We Carry a Complete Line of the Very Best GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS Bird Brand Beef, heavy Premium Lamb Taylor's Food Store Y. 0. TaylOr, Owner Omaha, Texas ed if the em...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

w> i Taken on Bataan t ' M- I ■ Two of the top ranking officers re- ported by Japs as captured on Ba- taan are pictured here. At top is Maj. Gen. Edward P. King Jr., com- mander of the II. S. forces on Ba- taan. Below: RJaj. Gen. Albert M. Jones, commander of the First army corps. Bring Me Your CHICKENS And EGGS Will Pay the Highest Market Price W. N. Callaway Pop Corn - Candy - Cold Drinks NAPLES ♦J «J ♦J* *♦ Pari Highway 67 To Be Resurfaced , Th<' I'>e ldent of the Naples I Chamber of Commerce is in receipt | of a letter from the Texus High- I w.!iy Department stating that per- j mission has been received from the federal government for resurfacing Highway 07 from Sluphur River to Bassetts. The Uepatment states in its let- ter that it hopes to proceed with the contract in the new future. This section of highway is about six miles of 07 that has been re- ^ built and is ready for the concrete top, the grading having been finish- ed some weeks .ago, and the bridges are neari...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

K$y i E i m:y' Rationing of Sugar To Begin May 5 Sugar rationing for the United States has been set for Muy 5, which fixes the normal allowance to each person at a little more than half a pound a week. Restaurants and other food serv- ices will be limited to 50 per cent of the amonnt of HUgar used dur- ing the corresponding month last year, or the amount used in March if records of consumption a year ago are not available. Bakers, manufacturers of con- fectionery, ice cream, dairy prod- ucts, preserves, bottled beverages, a higher allotment of 70 per cent of prior consumption. Individual and family unit con- sumers ,are asked to register in elementary school from May 4 to 7 and will receive war ration books permitting purchase of one pound of sugar with each stamp during four periods ending June 27, cover- ing seven weeks and four days. Allowances after June 27 will be set some time before that date in the light of the supply situation then existing and expected. One adult in a fami...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

Section APLES, (MORRIS PRICE, Single Copy, 5 Cents ■IHJH WM KSS Monitor *im f. ill; J Wti DOWN THE ROAD bpsm BY CHARLES M. UPHAN I Events since the treacherous at- tack on Pearl Harbor have focussed world attention on our Pacific de- • ; . V;v £ • • ■ I \ fense triangle of Alaska, Hawaii, Panama and Clifomiu. Most expos- ed and least perparcd point in this strategic group is the territory of Alaska. Because the Alaskan route from Tokio to California is 1,400 miles shorter than the getter de- fended Hawaiian route and because Japan's great naval and air base at Paramushiru is only 7C0 miles from our Aleutian Island "bridge", the danger of direct attack is pro- bably greater from that direction than from any other. Alsaka is closer to Asia than any other American point. The penin- sula just westward to within 54 miles of Siberia. Only eight miles of water lie between Americas Lit- tle Diomede Island and Russia'a Big Diomede. The Aleutian Islands stretch out to within 6fi0 miles of Jap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

■ x P < ■pplia W, r W R I GH t PAT MAN'S 'Wiz^vUudon. r/ -?&fm WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — v ■ ■■■ Scrap Rubber I ® y B Mr. Donald Nelson, Chief of ihe War Production Board, says that scraps of iron and rubber will help to will the war. There are thous- ands of rubber articles in homes throughout Texas, discarded and useless, that can be salvaged and remade into articles of war. It may be necessary for the Government to collect it with WPA help as iron scrap is now. "The country must j be combed for scrap rubber that has been thrown away, particularly in the remote areas," said Mr. Nel- son. War Bond Campaign The Treasury Department has announced the following War Bond I quotas: May, $800,000,000 and lJune, $1,000,000,000. Beginning May 1, an intensified drive for 10 ! per cent of the Nation's total in- coue as a minimum on a monthly | basis will be asked from the '50,- ' 000.000 income earners, who will £e contacted by the 108,044 vol- unteer Minute Men. Quota...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

ff • H BRIEF HISTORY OF NAPLES BAPTIST CHURCH First Baptist Church of Naples " JS&?S if V. History is the record of the experiences of man either in writ- ten or oral form. And so, in this account of the growth and develop- ment of the Naples Baptist Church covering a long period of time, the information of the early days has come from the memory of those who were personally related to the work and also as it was told to them by • their predecessors. All of & the records of the ehrly church life were , burned ivhen the Pastor's home was destroyed by fire * many years ago. The first* organiwd wfiilt i Baptist life nearest here was start- ed about the year 18<!7 in the little village of Whe:ityilH> lonated then about two miles North of our pre- sent town of Naples. From this mother church a number of mem- bers joined in with a group of Baptist here in Gtlden, now Naples and organized a church. In the spring or early summer of 1888, a church building was begun on the , [ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

?.T if • 1 ■ • « Knii High School Graduates To Be Accepted will High School Graduate)* will be accepted beginning April 27 for aviation flight trailing leading to commissions as ensigns in the Unit- ed Statee Reserve air arm if they are between the ages of 18 and 2<5 and can pass the required phy- trlct Haedquarters announced to- xical examination, Eighth Naval Dis- day. Previous to the new change by the Navy Department, the minimum age limit for Class V-5 was 19 and two years of college training waa required. The upper age grac- ket is unchanged by the new direc- tive. Naval Aviation Selection Board officials^ tressed that the new policy is no departure from previous re- quirements as to tiie high type of men sought, but .merely plai^ Navy wine.-, within the reach of high schcKjJgiaduutos. The young men soug^lV e ot the type who would normally complete two years, at least, of college work under Pioeetirne conditions. Those seeking enlistment itt Class We congratulate the Monitor...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

■rr.vr Tv®'; P ■ i ; 3rd Section I ontor PRICE, Single Copy, 5 Cents NAPLES, (MORRIS CO.) TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1942 VOLUME 57, NUMBER 4 : Ready for Japs 1 [ feifl J i v;®'f r''M V ■(Mi m mi Dressed to Idl! is Ja!jn~y Coyer, j Mi-year-old son tf Cajt. li. D. Eoy- )r, stationed in Honolulu. Johnny ut on this war paint in readiness tor the Japs in case of another sneak •aid. FLORESVILLE—Drainage struc- tures have been installed by WPA workers at the U. S. Army flying field near here. Rural Folk Should Try The Spirit of Scientists "If at first you don't sueeeed, try, try again," is a policy U. S. depart- ment of agriculture scientists have found essential in seeking and test- ing new chemicals for use against Insect pests. The maxim applies in several ways. Try first one port of a plant and then another. The leaves and flowers of the weed, devil's shoe- string, are worthless, but the roots yield rotenone, an effective poison. Try a poison, first on one insect, and then on others, Roark...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

m // mm W :;4 ' 1 . EXP'v I ftl I itj ; I i K|; Haft ■R - Bp. d If |v 'j £ ; * r a; ! . i# Elw?: a ft rtlP" 8'^ The Naples Monitor Published Every Friday TOM L. PRICE -... Editor-Pub. Entered as second-class mail matter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 SIX MONTHS 1 50c C«\"«r 50 miles One Year ,...$1.50; ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable or swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We believe all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. If any of our subscribers have found any of our advertiser not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor to be notified to the fact. These Leaks in Our Ceilings Since last year this time the cost of most things we consumers buy has risen ten per cent or more. Food bought for a dollar today would have cost only 84 cents a year ago. And so it goes with other Announcements rrwo R° ds Ahead The Naples Monitor is author- ized to announce ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

1 • - I 1 ;; 9 . v M/msM m:, i ■ JOE'S NEW CAF GAS AND OIL A Good Variety Of Sandwiches, Short. jfm Orders And Cold Drinks —Open Late at Nite ■i wk I | . : ilfe': ♦ -J®'' • ; OMAHA, TEXAS nffiBIi# ws A BIG IRON HORSE SERVING NAPLES " I . ! •• : - \.:$K lflMF.44-,-■) ,• DR. I. M. WATSON Optometrist i Naples, Texas HVJ i ;R< mm One of the Cotton Belt's Famous "800" now doing its part in the in- terest of National Defense, by moving-material and necessary merchan- dise at passenger train speed. The above engine now makes daily trips •3 through Naples. mr> •.m j ' X-2V. '. I : . k«-Vi . UK <1%. t '$$■ % •Jij "■vs.i n im ;;« , v • ' v ; '•; i :f [■ * •!' -]i:. ' ■ 1# SCRAP IRON WANTED! The United States needs your scrap iron to win the war. Bring any quantity you have to the Farmers Cooperative Gin Company. I will pay 45c per hundred pounds. E. !.. COKER NAPLES, TEXAS WE CONGRATULATE OUR HOME TOWN NEWSPAPER ON THEIR 57th ANNIVERSARY Regular One Pound Loaf Fresh Bread 5c AMERICAN...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 May 1942

Sp:: .^ :'2rrrr - ■' HffP gjgj_ <f I if i* v ' v ■ ;. jvi wHE. ■>■'•• ' ' frM 1 / . « Dog Sentry ■I cr parts can be seen clearly in a kernel that ia softened in water and cut open with a razor blade. From 15 to 20 per cent of the kernel is water, while 80 per cent of the re- mainder is rtarch and other carbo- hydrates, 10 per cent protein, 4.5 per cent oil, 3.5 per cent fiber and 2 per cent ash, or mineral content. Moth- er Nature has thus stored many of her chemurgic materials now being us'e4 by the modern miracle man, the chemist, to make "better things for better living." Heads British Fleet .&4JI I *"Si $ M|| ■ I- St..': lilj Bv ■ Scenes like this, with a soldier and his sentry dog, may soon be a reality at munitions plants. The army has asked for 200 trained dogs tor sentry work. Dogs are especially useful as sentries because they can detect the presence of intruders. A Kerne1- Corn Has Very Complex Structure A kernel of corn is not just a sort of triangular bit of ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 May 1942

I . CE, Single Copy, 5 Cents NAPLES, (MORRIS CO.) TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1942 VOLUME 57, NUMBER 5 I Pushed liroilment For Sugar ationing Completed MANY NEW SUBSCRIBERS rris County Citizens Spent Four Days In Signing For Sugar Books Assists MacArthur ^tration for Morris Coun- jnily units and individuals jar rationing was carried Is week as part of th? fide enrollment for the jbd item to be rationed as |ime necessity. b for registration in the Were in 15 elementary ■j More than one hundred rs, including- teachers tier volunteers handled of l-egistermg more than iisand individuals during i- days of registration, registrars deserve the of the communities fo.' ([heir time without com- h. Reports from over hty indicate that they rod job of it. jsumer of sugar who j register on any one of t registration days, upon ^e shown and in the c ^59ri , the, Rttt'oniuu reregistered here- after at the office of the Board. A late registration may not, however, be made prior to May 21 except that the Bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 May 1942

The Naples Monitor Published Every Friday TOM L. PRICE Editor-Pub Entered as second-class mail matter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- cress March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR — $1.00 SIX MONTHS 50c Wer 50 miles One Year ....$1.50 mem *: tv ' * ! > v. i WRIGHT P AT M A N ' S X wwm. 'Hkj, WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS MR ' ■SSJR \*s ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable or swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We believe all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. If any of our subscribers have found any of our advertiser not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor to be notified to the fact. Announcements PRICE CEILINGS SET ages or the excess paid,- which- A general price ceiling order ever iis higher. . , 1.1 tt - i Local boards will be set up in ha. been • «! by Lwn JUnd- commun,ty t0 facilitate the erson, Price Administrator, ef- JiandUn|? of price ceiling prob- fective May 18, on the retail ,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 May 1942

. v' ' : f Naples hool The Naples High School be- :ame an accredited high schoo' >f the 1st class in 1924. H. T. ;orris came here ais Supterint- lendent in 1924 and immediately 'reorganized the entire system into a eleven year high school At that time there was onl/ one building occupying the "Hill". In 1928 the new ht;?h school building was completed a few years later the Home Ec- onomics Building was added. In 1937 the Gymnasium was buil and last year the Federal De- fense Shop was added. Is the past 18 years, 878 boys and girls have received the'r diplomas from t his school. Th s diploma entitles them to enter FOR GOOD EATS ... FOLLOW THF. CROWD TO THE BROADWAY CAFE Plate Lunches . . . . . . Short Orders MR. and MRS. L. L. MILLS Naples, Texas Most WOMEN of ■MIDDLE AGE! \\ // 38-52 ^ OO-iJA bid Suffer Distress _ v AtThisTlme- If you—like so many women between the ages of 38 and 52 — find this period in a woman's life makes you restless, nervous, cranky, so tired and blue at tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 May 1942

I V ■ — y # 558 Men Filling Out Questionnaires In Count) Five hundred and fifty-eight men in Morris County have re- cently received occupational questionaires and they are now being returned to the local Draft Board. Mrs. Jones, clerk of the local Board said yesterday that mem- bers of tho Board were high'y pleased with the promptness' with which the questionaires are being filled out and return- ed. Men 35 to 45 who registered in the third draft are the ones included in this class. (underwent an oi eration last Tuesday. We wish him a speedy recovery. Down to the Sea in a U. S. Submarine CLASSIFIED ADS Gets Japs, Medal y fc s: 'i: w. • •:-v , . be well We are glad to report Mrs. Jamie Brabham still improving. We hope she will soon again. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Coker of Dallas are visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Coker. BRYAN'S MILL NEWS By Mrs. O. M. Smith Miss Hallie Smith and friend of Texarkana, were week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Smith. Sugar Rationing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 August 1943

f JOtJff WMm * i* * ■ IB "/ - ,-i , $Mm- m * k • Kill wmmm a. H' •0 *s JSraL, K R&rKs. ffcr 't<r ?-'••''V I..'! it, JKT* K1. •„ Vol. Fifty-Eight . • Crises Developing In Reich Similar To Italian Debacle Hitler May Be Out Except as Symbol to German People Rumors were piling on rum- ors Monday about internal crises developing in Germany compar- able to those 'which caused the overthrow of Mussolini in Italy. It was reported from Madrid Sunday afternoon that Hitler has been sihelved by the military forces of Germany in the con- duct of the war, an,d that here- after he will be only a symbol to the German people, as the Nazi Party will no longer be in power. Such rumors were dis- counted in London, where it is believed the decisions reached by the? German leaders l'.st week were to put pressure on Japan for an attack on Siberia to re- lieve the situation, in Russia. However, it is> recognized that by getting rid of Hitler, the military leaders will have some- thing on 'Which t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 August 1943

NOTE: This advertismerit wax inserted in The Belden Monitor and has been in each issue of paper for fifty-eight years. ;; The Naples Monitor * {* 4f<4 The Naples Monitor Lights ofNewYork CONGRATULATIONS By L. L. STEVENSON TO A GOOD NEIGHBOR The Morris County National Bank ON THEIR f-f. *1 Published Every Friday Leland D. Tidwcll and Katie Publishers Entered as second-class mail matter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTIONS In Naples and territory $1.50 yr. Out of trade territory $2.00 year . ANNIVERSARY STATE BANK of OMAHA Member F. D. I. C. T?* r|fc tfr *J* tf* r?' rf? tf* if? ^ tf* ^ $ *** ^ rh 1 <i j« j« f* J • j* j* «^v> * j* 4>|* *j-* fj* *'j* *'(•* 4* *♦* CONGRATULATIONS i _ TO A GOOD NEIGHBOR i The Morris County National Bank ON THEIR I < J fj J Notices of Church and non- profit organization activities will be printed as news items free of crarge. There is no charge for usual accounts of funerals, howeved, lengt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 August 1943

mmj,-,, tHMKi 11 * * t wd' m f ' jg| WWfil'l . . ; I ■■. 8 3 mm OT ,1.1 ^ ' I gS li' f'-v ^ W'W .: •' * V.' s? !Pw f*-' jjm if US SE S ill Wffi. ■. '■ ; $flift; - 4r P?lS -I 7' '•• ■KM TO A GOOD NEIGHBOR J The Morris County National Bank ON THEIR 50th ANNIVERSARY The National Bank Of Daingerfieid Daingerfield, Texas Member F. D. I. C. ^ * ' CONGRATULATIONS TO A GOOD NEIGHBOR The Morris County National Bank ON THEIR 50th ANNIVERSARY The First National Bank « Hughes Springs Mtmbti F. D. I. C. R* im 9;, « The Naples Monit ' 'j ,J :m: m I MPiPpffe^ .™, Pin rJPl'« JBgjy '*.* j || t . IHmh ■■ &4rf 1 '■ ■ t !tS w^m0m , j . jjji MH SUNDAY International | SCHOOL •> LESSON"* • By HAROLD I- LXJNIJQUIST, D D. Of The Moody Bible Institute ot Chicago. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) _ Lesson for August 15 Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- lected end copyrighted by International Counoll ot Religious Education; used by, permission. j GOD PROVIDES FOR HIS , PEOPLE I LESSON TEXT—E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 August 1943

Wm a-. K\: ■Bra*' I u fl } f H : Sf5«€ iyfc mmmmum +***— —i— j ke Naples Monitor ■*— The Naples Chamber Of Commerce Takes Its Hat Off To The Morris County National Bank An institution that has stood the storms for fifty years and nt that age is, according to offic- ial statements stronger now than at any other time in its history. This Chamber of Commerce ■thinks an institution that has been of such tremendous help to the community as has been The Mor- ris Coonty National Batik deserv- es the appreciation, good will and support of all our citizens. CONGRATULATIONS To this Trustworthy Institution The Naples Chamber-Commerce vjt tjt r{< ff? •.?* *?* t?* ^ f fere's the news about ftOOP/fcff tires fa'Wk panaris drivers first, You old tires recapped t must have your ii recappable. , . rA v-u-ing other tires. beicrofc'i- 9 is too late board is needed now. ATTENTION A DRIVERS/^ If your old tiro is beyond repair, see us for a really reliable used tihe (or re- capped tiro) ready to delive...

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