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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 May 1944

Vol. Fifty-Eight ' ' / ■ * ' w " *"? ■ ' . ! y / v : •" iWmtifnr Naples, Texas (Morris Countfy) Friday. May 5? 1944 , mii'i {• kiiflBjU KEEP ON ■ WITH WAR BONDS • *** •••**•* *** Tax Delinquents Gets "Letter-Shower" From San Antonio. NON—DELINQUENTS GET THE SAME MAIL Another shower of letters from the Texas Ad Valorem Tax Ser- vice hit Naples Thursday, aimed at the delinquent tax accounts, but as usual almost everybody received a letter. Some don't even own property in the City. The Company never corrects their list it seems. W e have been informed by members of the Council that the Texas Ad Valorem Tax Service does not have a contract in force. In fnct it has been said that they have never had an nproved con tract with the city. We know that the Council has been in a 1-year discussion with this company about suing (he delinquent ac- counts, but to our best knowledge there has never been a suit filed against a delinquent account by this company for the City of Naples and only one en...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 May 1944

■ Naples Monitor ANSWERS I i 1 he Naples Monitor Publ jlished Every Friday Wand D. Tidwell 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 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, lengthly obituary and deeds of respect will necessarly have to be charged for at legal rates. Cards of thanks 50 cents min. Advertising rates on Request CHURCH naples methodist church Improved II SUNDAY International II SCHOOL L E S S O N *:• ny HAROLD L. LUjJDQUIST, D. D. Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Hclcnscd by Western Newspaper Union. Lesson for May 7 Lesson subjects find Scripture texts se- lected and copyrighted by International Council of Religious Education; used by permission. PAUL CROSSES INTO EUROPE ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 May 1944

The Naples Monitor i ! ; iW $$$ [ Business & Professional Director jSSSSSSS m FREEMAN and KAGLANI): Wholesale Gasoline and Motor Oil. Naples, Texas. V W. B. WOOD: Grocery and Mai ket. Seasonable Merchandise for Farmers. Your Business Appre- ciated. ■ is|i l I J" PUT YOURSELF IN HER SHOES Here's one of the busiest women in town. Sho ccn't run the risk of having her car laid up, not for a single day. So sho stops hereat TIRE SERVICE HEADQUARTERS ev&y week to get our tiro-saving service —o.. needed. & will pay YOU to talk tires wi! "j^gPSB 3 r, .TT m x i • ' ; . •; ■Pi wmmmmmmm « Seasonal Care Ail Cars Need NAPLES VARIETY STORE: School Supplies, Cards For All ✓ Ocassions, Glass Wear, House- hold Items, etc. Your Business Appreciated. GREYHOUND LINES: Leave ' Naples for points West, 3:32 pni. 11:41 am. 8:26 am 11:20 pm. East, 11:14 nm. 5:04 pm. 11:30 pm. 4:40 pm. II. L. McNurney.agt. When you get a mars-tire certificate-get tHe ■IliMiiftlBK made i B. C. FRANKLIN: Staple Groc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 May 1944

w , AV !lia iVohiii w iii Hrhrjf \] unci? f Marietta i '. if AM ii A it A A i \VsV vl-i A# ] Iii w tf5 t • 1 ^ XI11 I** • il ' a 1 i ,n i* 'I JcilUi A, \\ ontrtmck Mkr, 9-c in on 'icnvv from 18 months dombut duty and is visiting his Mother Mrs. Myra Wommack. Mr. and Mrs. Nugent Kessler have returned from a visit in Houston. Mias Joyce Kessler of Texark- ana spent the week end with her parents. ARl ORNER V Miss Mary Catherine Derrick was week end guest of Mrs. Con- nie Bohannon. COTTON SEED FOR SALE: D.P.L. 14. First year from broed- cr. $1,50 bu. Also Whlppoorwill Peas and seeded Ribbon Cane Seed. II. C. Fulcher, Naples. V FOR RENT: Two or three room appartment. All conv. Mrs. J. M. Stewart. MONITOR PRICES as per Prices now in effect the following table: Within fifty-miles of Naples: One year $1.50 Six Months 1.00 Out of the trade territory ,or over fifty miles from Naples: One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.25 who it tit " (40 points) f iy - ; -«?s4 1. He was Ru-&' ' VSHj mania's ("pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 September 1944

BEfT ' • ;-J e ''•'Jjt 'f ; Jjf;ijff& ' iirT".;*,' J Hif Jlii ;• xi "v",|' ifi&Pi V f , , , . - *< -tM * ■ ^|:.3 ■ • r- i ■ , 1 . I ^ , i) w£M -•v.„ §!& :: i®:- ra T)) September 8. 1944 FIFTY Ki£P ON * AtthodJ ' with ma mum Wtirm vJc: . |^pgp^si|CT mm BSfpp 53 fcjM. ESi'':4 stapy^FRvMer^sssa feiiSVui a>;riSt'.^-* 4£J! 1 r.^1 ! a** *** S *J *«T: JMI': ;« ■.«! vraBffJaHSSflB®*®*? ;w.*3 pi/; «$&$ Pffil? . Miss Mauriete Watson Becomes Bride Of Morris Hassel In Sunday Ceremony : with wm bonds • i- f re^gE!W!WBlffES8MMMI pn i a ■■■ I—. sciiif^ m Jti§ 1MSTOI ■■rX P i hfcMiwuFKa; Metits, rati: -Ked t-lennp.. .- tiiiuiiyh i£u {iiill a;> through v good ItuicfinjUdy. fi'octntBcU Foods- Blue slump > J Ad tin liu yoii ,\A through j Ld gaort indefinitely. Sffi.' h)uj|T<i Mwopj au, 'M, J 2 ana 'Si C(*iiii good t.ir fjy,- pounds indefinitely. Sugar sfamp 40, good foi tivc pound* at .'an rung sb«.u through Fehruat \. j he*t ytai. i iasolirie In ihulii, | thv et; l coa&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 September 1944

I' a' '■> I THE NAPL The N: Pu Elite rod as matter it- ll1 Naples, Texas, gress March SUBSC In Naples and Out of trade t« MON (MORRIS COUNTY YOUR PRODUCE! ber 10 PRESS Notices of Church and non- profit organization activities-. w if bo printed as new.; items free of crarge. There is no charge for usual accounts of funerals, howcvod, lengthly obituary and deeds of respect will necessarly have to be charged for at legal rates. Cards of thanks 50 cents min. Advertising rates on Request icll m.iji sed by nvvi H KINO <}th ?XT--I Samuel 36:1-5, ;kX1* Mail iooketh bp Hie -trance, but tho look« at;l.—I Samuel 16*7. /"< COTTON SACK: We have a bale of g od duck on hand for cotton sacks. B. E. Tidwell Store. FOR SALE: Coolorftors and "Automatic" Refrigerators, very moderately priced. J. B, Watts; WE APPRECIATE YOUR BJftlNESS For Complete Funeral Arrangements CALL 117 COLLECT Might Phone 3 AMBULANCE SERVICE J. M. HEARD Funeral Director Outward appearance, l y Which man' indues, Is almo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 September 1944

m& : ~i., . i MONITOR —— H4+H<M'HH44,4,,I',M44,4,444' Business & Professional Director f •;« .>.{hI^IV -f. Ht ftKMAN and K AG LAN J): WholeaAta Gasoline and Motor Oil Nav«ki', Texaa. • * •• r 1 W. B. WOOD: Grocery anil Mar ket. SeasuMible Merchandise for Farmers, Vour Business Appre- ciated. Rr, fc) uniti;;> stavko 5> W ife/BqiNr™ Ja N 1) lw\ STAMPS NAPLES VARIETY STORE: f.rhool Sik .jI'ub, < *nrtls For All Oca-,!,ions, Haw Wear, House- hold Item* file. Your Business Appreciate REPAIR WORK: On Clocks, guns I.uwn Mowora, Door Lacks, Sew- in)? Machines. Also Saw Filing iviiiic Shurficning, etc. Sec K. O K i; vy t his- home in Naples. . . ,r&rL V— SHORTY HAMMONDS OPERATES DRAY WAGON EGGS: —V— pay highest Shorty Hamiiiuiios is now opei'-1 '' ig' i Dray Wagon in the city ! Hjjjil Invites the public to take I advantage of this Ion,if needed | service. He may he found on th iitreeta or at the Depot. § ——V - NORWEGIAN LABORERS ARE UNDERNOURISHED market E. C. FR4.V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 September 1944

U nesday m< ,f Hf i iW?SB8( ... .i,.4.'.> . ■ v ... km Lt. IrWing fill squasn \i thut i The 1 A- I mM U:00 a.m. Pastor's Subject "The Kingdow Of God1 8-SO p.m. 'A Life of one Dimen sion." 7;80 p.m. Children and Young People Servjci Monday \ p.m. W.S.C.S. Me-/ n >■ Wed. S p.m. Mid-Week Sen-ice Inez theatre NAPLES f mti mm mill I MM FRIDAY and SATURDAY THE COWBOY AND THE SENORITA W Rcy Rogers, Dale Evans Also Serial SATURDAY NITE FEFV.UE BERMUDA MYSTERY Aim Rutkford, Preston Fostw Also Ccmady mm COUNTY SUPPLY STORE Kr«*Wl .' n OilUM< SUNDAY and MONDAY THIS .IS THE ARMY Geo. Murphy, Joan Leslie Als.. ._> .om«!y TUESDAY M'TE MY BEST GAL Jane Withers, Jimmie Lydon Comedy and Serial i ii ii iiriim hi • • i nrnrmiriniilWOT t:.t.; * k ■ '• *41 f f-l" -f t*ftt|t SHtt " isa® I i* ♦ t|* TJT tj? tft fi.f jj I C® 6 c ifiday Dinner ce Cafe 1 1 Limio Hauplman WED. 3.nd THT'RS. PTJRFLE HEART Dana Andrews, Riishard Conte ""**• • Als6 News nil 111 Ill III illililili'illWIIIIIMIIIIWIIHI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 December 1944

I Ess I • . ' 11 •• ■HM—WKawi $K:;j Wmm&r • '-:l'. ".'■■m & ^ A Ax i. * !•flmk VOL. FIFTY-NINE . CO.) Friday, December 2'.'. !. i 1 WAR BONDS TEXAS VICTORY GARDENS Tho Substantial contribution by Texas victory gardeners to tho "Pood for Vic lory" program In 1944 wr.s estimated by C. R. H-jaton of tho Texas A&M Ex- tension Service at the State Seed- men's convention in Fort Worth as 60 per cent of the total vege- table production in Texas for the year, which was 618,000,000 pounds. These nmstour gardeners, largely in our ci:ie3 and towns, are to be congratulated for thpir service to the war effort, sinw food obviously is a prime essen- tial. Likewise, the work of house- wives in canning vegetables nnd fruits hr.a been worthy of note. Many homes have been assured adequate supplies of certain vital foods, and today scarcities have been forestalled in many items on he market by reason of the ef- of victory gardeners and triers. ««.tr.e important service MKMtiie certainty be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 December 1944

ftitj mm mmM .r' ' The Naples Monitor MMP Pv. Entered matter Naples, gress M In Nap Out of t . ued Every Friday ittnd D. Tidwell an4 Katie Publishers f.s second-class mail in the postoffice *t •xas, under act of vh 3. 1879.1 JBSCRIPTIONS and territory $1.50 yr. de territory $2.00 year Notices of Church and non- profit organization activities will be printed as news items free pf erarge. There is no charge for usual accounts of funerals, howeved, lengthly obituary and deeds of respect will necessarly have to !je charged for at legal rates. Cards of thanks 50 cents mln. Advertising rates on Request "If You Are Worried About The Cost Of The War—Think What It Would Cost To Lose It! -V Buy War Bonds TODAY ' •For Future Needs- Professional 9- t- J i .*« TtttI TTvTT 1 I i 1 VtTT" *•*v"i DENTIST: Dr. H. W. McLeclrie. Office Hours, 9 to 12 and 1 to 6 on week days. X-Ray. Wm. SMITH, M. D. NAPLES CLINIC: Dr. P. Alan Filkill. Office Phono 108, Res. 45. Business and Professional •H-fr-fr ♦♦■I"!'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 December 1944

■ : y Ml*! M6K1T0* f fi I.HHIII 4MM.M illhdBfcttt '".'Mi"! eoliw Bid*-' < SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNE I Johnnie Hauptman rwmmmmxmxrr.^mmama*r- *• '* Would you give <43" cents To know what is Roinjf on in Naples—In the Communities around Naples—In the world ^at largo? For Ie«« thnn 3 c?nis per vn !* you enr tet the Naphs* Monitor for >n< yen*. 52 **u«e* for $2.50 I TS&asaBmxKrrzm. k JX. f *L° t.n Stoves: Gas, Oil and Wood Very Moderately Priced WATTS Building- Materials, Paper and Paints Naples Texas Drugs and Medicines Cigars, Jewelry and Cold Drinks Prescription Specialist Phone 55 NANCE GARAGE Omaha, Texas Bring Us Your Automobile Repair Work Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted DR. I. M. WATSON OPTOMETRIST Office Open: Thursday, Friday and Saturday only in Naples WATCHES AND JEWELRY Ladies' Watches, new 17-jewels Guaranteed. Come in and buy EARLY for Christmas. J. W. GARRETT worn® " t Mm by CrORGE S BENSON Presii/att-Jittrding Cclte-ie _N Searcy. ^Arkansas % Team Work Whom does ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 December 1944

MH «6i, tiHWut tM|&t h UiHjj(h«ms frivol ou • -if** v>oii« fi lid pirtit«tiil uf mpst unci thtf juice, V— The n; is on th cinto, ir high, or Washing: n's tallest monument attlefield of San Ja- 'exas. It is 567 feet feet higher than the , monument. 'en and Priscilla Mul- sleven children. It is John / lins hac' estimate that they now have three mii on descendants in the United States i:He tunW "iitllrtg ItyeUI Mora laws, mo)« lawbreaker*! Iborft lAwbcpnUci's^ mote tawii In the olden days only tho laundress knew what the ladies wore underneath. The first battle between iron- clad ships was fought in Ameri- can waters between American ships — the Merrimac and the Monitor, in 1862. Ml THEATRE NAPLES FRIDAY and SATURDAY Dec. 29-30 ROOTIN TOOTIN RHYTHM Gene Autry Also Serial SATURDAY NITE PREVUE BIG NOISE Laurel and Ilnrdy Also Comedy SUNDAY and MONDAY MR. SKIFFINGTON Bette Davis Claude Rains Also Comedy TTJESDAY NITE MOONLIGHT AND CACTUS Andrew Sisters WED. and THURS. MARK TWAIN Fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 December 1947

VOLUME SIXTY-TWO SSwaHB NAPLES (MOI^SlH COUN' f) TEX., PRI13AY, DEC. 5, 1947 NUMBER 21 Berry-Glasscock The marriage of Sybil Glass- cock to Todd Weldon Berry was solemnized on Nov. 2ft, The double ring ceremony wan performed in the home of Mr. Farm Program Election Dec. 9th Peanut Marketing Quota Refe- rendum will be held Tuesday, and Mrs. Joe Mack Glasscock of "«• "■ A11 -Persons en- Corrigan, Texas, with Rev. II. F. in the production of poa- Nielson, pastor of the Methodist nuts in 1947 avc eli ible to The polls will be open from 8 a. ni. to 5 p. m. at Chester Coker show room. Community committeemen an.-? delegates to the county fonven- tion who will elect the county commiftce to serve in 1948 will be elected at the same time the peanut referendum is hell. Church of Corrlgan, officiating. Only the immediate family of the bride were present for the curemony. bride wore a suit of mist gaberdine and a', flesh color- ed :,iijteuse, her other accessories were '.black. Her corsage was o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 December 1947

■SHH K Subscribe For This •* SH 1; ! ' i ' 'vV' I v. PAPER Jti $1.00 per year Locally Building Supply Wa Specialize In DOORS and WINDOWS Made To Order Maud Ice Co. We Appreciate Your Business ft Winterize ... Lubricate for Winter AUTO LAUNDRY LUBRICATION NEW EQUIPMENT Goza's Texaco Station Texaco Products Good Sheep Dog Valuable Help To the Farmer Mawv Countries llave Devel- oped Their Own Special Shepherd Breeds It Pays to Look Well The I n In the handling of large Hocks of sheep on the farm, a good herd dog ofttimes accomplishes the work of two or three men, states the Gaines Dog Research Center, New York City. An old saying goes that "There is no good flock without a good shepherd, and there is no good shepherd without a good dog." In Scotland, where the work of the sheep dog has reached near per- fection, no shepherd would con- sider selling, as he would feel himself helpless without his trained ally. The sight of a small black and' white Border Collie driving a flock of sheep a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 December 1947

S" - >< Pleases M and Palate ' ■ ■ mm,' WSmm Give a salad a .iur • to star and It will, writes q • Cbuutry Cooking .of ( nii)e,r'a farmer, one oil the leading farm magazlnes.H The more you drive ft, the mere you Eike if w S\ ' c? j isbfirr- • v .r m-v*. ; \\< -i ir 1 ill I . ' Mi Every mil® gives added proof ©$ BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST As more and more Chevrnjot owners aro discovering, years of service mean nothing to a Chevrolet! This car has extra strength iii every pert—built-in ruggedness and reliability—the excellence that endures. If will serve you for scores of thousands of mita:*, ond the longer you drive it the stronger your appreciation of its'vulue—for it possesses B'g-Cor durability and dependability onequaled in its fiold. On© look will toll you that Chevrolet ouhstyles all other cars in its field. It brings you smarter design—smarter colors—smarter upholstery ond appointments I It alone offers a luxurious Body by Flshor at lowest prices. You can't boot a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 5 December 1947

SZtBMfm m t LJ..11'. MP Wagon Wheel Restaurant Planning a Christmas Party . . . ou jus "get-together" among friends. We have an excellent Private Dining Room for reservation. Call 021-F4 Omaha for reservations or como on out. On Highway 67 at Glass Club Lab mm Shooting of Fire Works in thf business district is prohibited by a City Ordinance. The City Council has authorised this Ord- Marshall to' enforce this Ord- nance and any one violating said ordinance will be fined not less than ten dollars ($10.00). City Council City of Naples Dec. IjSf 1# $200.00 In Cash Given By Naples Merchants Locker Plant Open WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING MEAT FOR STORAGE IN OUR NEWLY INSTALLED LOCKER PLANT. Come in, inspect the plant and rent a Locker. Your pat- ronage of this Plant will b*. appreciated. We have what yoo need in Meat, Shortening, Feed, Flour Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables. Boozer Brothers - Omaha WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS m Increase Milk With Electrical Oeicm Higher Prod...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 July 1948

5x23 • ' .i •• W: i ill I w ' V- ' In North Morris County Located on n>e Broadway Of America ^vvww^s*«/wwww. t- ? VOLUMfi SIXTY-TWO Naples Oldest Business Institw If n-Es(aUlfbed fn 1886 I NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, Ti X, FRIDAY, jt'I.Y , WIS - m. Political Calendar POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, July 24, 194 BOWIE COUNTY 7 K^Y'i X'vv I !;- r B®g? 1? /•• . I * I/: Spy* For State Senator: HOWARD A. CARNEY For County Clerk: W. E. EUBANKS For Sheriff: PERRY DeMARCE " E. G. "Zeke" HENSLEJJ ' >r! MORRIS COUNTY ~ . For Congress First Dist. BEN WOODALL WRIGHT PATMAN GOEBL TEMPLETON t For State Senator: " HOWARD A. CARNEY For State Representative: ALFORD H. FLANAGAN District Judge 76th Dist.: SAM WILLIAMS BOYET STEVENS District Attorney: MORRIS ROLSTON JAMES P.. CORNELIUS, Jr. w For County Judge: i r vyrfrni , SP K & ' (Re-election)' For County Clerk: EUGENE CASON (Re-election) For Sheriff Tax Assessor-Col.\ MONROE "Roe" TIGERT A. E. "Abb" HOW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 July 1948

Where Wright is Wrong! Ben Woodall For Congress Pol-Adv Mow itd p/uweef ludity trecxymaA mo-la imj2n#AAhrc ihzn en&r. .AND CHE LOW PRICE fp {>« ri&JI sSJ m ate even mxrte aibiajc£a><i iJicwi in. tfLe. J2a.<±£ / FIRST in Value . .. FIRST in Big-Car Quality at Lowest Prices . . . FIRST in Registrations NOT only does Chevrolet stand out as the first and en! l; v/-priced car with all the following major advances which comprise the soundest and best in modern motoring . . . not only does it offer all these major advantages of Big-Car quality at lowest prices . . . but it offers them at prices,that are now definitely and decisively lower than those of any other car that even remotely\ppioaches it in quality! It's the first and only low-priced car with the original and outstand- ing Unitized Knee-Action Ride. It's the first and only low priced car with a world's champion Valve-in-Head Engine. It's the first and only low-priced car with the enviable Body by Fisher. It's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 January 1949

I • • •■- '• -rwtirr: . Ch#rHt Floyd 10-49 ,t*' ■ t- :,>■&* %fo: VJ- V , H f\'-M ■' f, ' r - ,;" «fb 'T ■ -.1 - Hearing A Rural In Morri*, Cut and Bowie Conntta* Over Sixty Years Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 NUMBER 25 X-Ray Unit to Be In Naples February 12-16 North Morris County l.oonh-il on Tho Broadway Of America VOLUME SIXTY-THREE Buffaloes Scalp Indians With 25 to 21 Victory Friday night the Buffaloes, and several hundred Buffalo fans, traveled to Omaha, the land of the Redskins, to sack up a very important conference victory. Coach Bishop's Buffaloes, vic- tors over the Avinger Indians Tuesday night, kept their confer- ence record clean with a close but clear 25 to 21 victory over the 'Imaha Redskins. The Omaha and Naples B team opened the evening play with an evenly pitched battle. Although the Indians took the game by a 17 to 6 score, the Buffaloes press- ed them all the way. T'he score by periods was in order, 6-3, 13-6, rand 17-6 with Omaha ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 January 1949

Rocky Branch New Mrs. Joe Parria continues to be on the sick list, however, Dr. IJaber was out to see her Sun- day, and she hopes to be up soon. Mrs. George Thigpen is up and about after a few days illness. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Parris, Mr«. Ethel Godfrey, Mrs* John Thig- Jpen, M.r and Mrs. J. E. Childrees and Joe Roy and Mrs. L. A. Whitworth, Enola and Barbara Emma were visitors in the Joe Harris homo Sunday afternoon. The singing class met Sunday afternoon at the Baptist church I understand new books were issued, but not many singers due to the bad weather. The farmers seem to be very ipleased with the good rain that x Vn •, *''' i life THE MOST PRACTICAL AND HELPFUL GIFT That you can give your Child or any Member of your family is an EDUCATIONAL OR ENDOWN- MENT INSURANCE POLICY Written by PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE I COMPANY OF AMERICA ' - '• ■' - Represented by Oranberry Insurance Agency "Any Kind of Insurance" Phone: 37 W Naples fell Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crow and Mammy Cr...

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