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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 January 1949

****** W^M ' ' V>-'; . I IPL £ft) 1 tyif ■ W! * ■ V THE NAPLES MONITOR Bryans Mill By Mrs. T. J. Prowltt There has been a lot of uick- tess in the community lately, hut moat are some what improving. Bro. Helm of l)alln preached Sunday and Sunday night and will be with us next Sunday, Everyone is invited to attend. Itamic Smith spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 1'iewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jones and Mrs. Doc Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Jones Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stewart and children of Texarkana have moved into the home of Horace Stewart. We are glad t6 have ^hem in our community. Gene Coker has been ill with the flu, but is some better now. We are glad that Mrs. Viola Stewart is up and about again. Visitors in the E. A. Coker home Sunday were Mr. and Mis. Murray Coker and Mr. and M;'s. Leon Coker. Mrs. Ella Kelly and Mrs. Char- lie Smith visited in the Mancel Kelly home. Mrs. Emma Coker, Mrs. Lc-.ni Stacks and Mrs. W. S. Stewart were in Naples Thursday evening...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 January 1949

W ?^,;V J, ■ .. k\ v-*V' m ill" 1 ' 'vi fel? 1 His#; • ^, '' ■ K il f W* !• !■' ■' K i 1 I ? S'i: I I Bpf>1; I!®*? I is ri ja I ■r... -w, R S I L If you can depreu your brake pedal to within an inch or less of your floor board, your brake! need immediate attention. 7i/c will: ADJUST BRAKES FOR • • INSTALL NEW GENUINE • FORD LININGS FOR .... .75 13.20 J MflOf RIGHT r LAST IQlioiW 'l fit RIGHT ? Chester Coker Motor Co. January Clearance WINTER HAS AT LAST REACHED US AND INDICA- TIONS ARE THAT OUR HARE EST WEATHER IS BE- FORE US. IF YOU HAVEN'T PREPARED FOR THIS BAD WEATHER COME IN AND LET US FIT YOU WITH All Wool Jackets Leather Coats & Jackets Sheep Lined Coats Prices Slashed !!! COME and GET 'EM WHILE THEY LAST WE ARE MAKING A BIG REDUCTION FROM OUR REGULAR PRICE ON ALL OF THIS MERCHANDISE. HEARD'S STORE WALLPAPER SALE t'Z Price To Make Room for 1949 Line of Wallpaper All Present Patterns go at One Half Price M. B. HAMPTON Builder's Supply Company em THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 January 1949

l <> •; J f ' \ THE NAPLES MONITOR 48 ft®' Farmeis and Ranchmen Back Pay Money The Texarkana Production Credit Association has paid off • nil Government cupitul, accord- ing to W. A. Wommack, Director. Mr. Wommack said that in 1 the early thirties when farmers and ranchmen could not get credit, the Government pro- vided most of the capital stock in the Texarkana Production Credit Association. Congress outlined two provi- sions in making this investment: (1) The users of production credit'as they became able would retire Veil the Government capi- tal, and (2) The association would' be exempt from Federal income )y,tax until the farmer members - could get it paid for. He s&ii| that since organizing in 1934, the stockholders of yie Texarkana^ Production Credit As- sociation have been building up Ihe capital fitock of the associa- JUST RECEIVED SHIPMENT OF LADIES ELGIN WATC0ES. SEE J. W. Gariett Jewelry Stoze Notice LET US DO YOUR CLOTHES FAMILY WASH WET WASH ROUGH DRY • * FIN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 21 January 1949

FRIDAY, JANUARY 81, 1940 THE NAPLES MONITOR Just A Bit Personal Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gamble and Mary Ann visited in Clarksville Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Riggs of Texar- kana was a week end guest in the L. L. Truitt home. When you havd news call 28 J. Mrs. L. L. Truitt was quite ill Sunday but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Owens and OEP OUT OF Trouble J son Mike of Kilgore were week end guests in the 0. A. Tabb home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bowden of Linden were week end guests in the L. B. Bowden home. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Robison J>f Daingerfield were week end guests in the Mrs. Pearl Robison home. A. N. Roberts of Shreveport visited relatives over the week end. > :!&&' Chevrolet's 'Balanced Design' Adds Beauty and Comfort Wh.n you h.vc ell 28-J. VnlrfiW 1 Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Vaaghan of Atlanta were week end gtmts in the Myrtice Porter home. Dr. and Mrs. Brown were in Longview Sunday. Mary Ann Gamble was home pver the week end. When you have news call 28-J. Mrs. Etta Taylor of Ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 March 1949

I f A —ITT— ' '4 *■« ,. -ilSf ^hf#t • TW^^WP '■■■•'* " u* ReJd 14# Ljc]|pS\v' T R'-wv'': -v SNilir I I I I ■ I ' I I 1 ' fl North Morris County Located on The Broadway 0( America •Naples monitor Naples Oldest Business institution—Established in 1886 Over sutcr * VOLUME SIXTY-THREE NAPLES, MORRIS COUMTV TBX. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1949 NUMBER 82 Watermelon Meeting To Be Held Thurs., March 17 Funeral Services Held Sunday For E. F. Strickland Funeral services were held for Edgar Floyd Strickland Sunday at the Baptist church. The Rev. C. L. Porter of Longview, Rev. Sam McNeil and Rev. W. P. Gibbs officiated. Mr. Strickland was born Aug. 5, 1899 in Roanoke, Alabama, and had lived in Naples for ,twenty-two years. {Burial was in Naples ceme- tery. llanner Funeral Home was in charge with Masons in charge of services at the grave. Survivors include his wife, one aon Edgar F. Strickland, Jr., Mai Jarmar, N. M. and a daugb 'ter, Johnnye of Naples; two ■btro4hors, E. A. Strickland ol' Naples und J. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 March 1949

'■ ;V -/; wp ' THE NAPLES MONITOR PERSONA Cully Vaughan who is attend- ing KilgOre Junior College was it week end vlptor in the home <jf his parents, Mr. and Mra. C. J. Vaughan. DOUGLASVILLE NEWS r j of'em! I group to her home on March 25. She will have a birthday and will be glad for you to come •provided you can give the pass word. Miss Maty Lou Thomas and Tommy Machn of Texarkana, Texas Were married at First Methodist church at 3 p. m. Sun- day. Miss Annette Granberry was brides maid. Mrs. Josh Granberry and Mrs. Hub Her- rington attended the service. Gerald Herrington visited relatives last week end.. We are always glad to have our boys at home. .Monroe Watts' mother passed away in New Mexico last weeK. Mr. Watts visited her recently. Mr. and Mrs. .Ennis Swint and Fannie Beth were week end visitors to her mother, Mrs. Dolly Snipes. We are very glad that Mrs. Snipes is able to attend W. S. C. S. meetings. We began the study, Newness of Life" Mon- day. A large group attended. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 March 1949

4, I * Tf 1 ' (J , m V. Palman's Weekly News teller RUssia It is not believed in official circles in Washington that there is likely to be n war this year or aoon with Russia. Yet the United States is not runniiif; any risk in heintr unprepared. The North Atlantic Pact will he sign- ed and ratified. It is probable that Norway, Sweden and Don- mark will come into the Alliance, but if they do not actually be- come signers, they will lean to it, which will be good enough and less provocative to Russia; they may redesign their arms to' ac- cord with American specifica- tions, paving the way for stand- ardizing armament "along West- ern lines if there is a war. It is the talk in Finland that Rusnia will move this year. That would j(>Ut Russian armies right up ugainst Norway and Sweden, which would require the Atlantic Alliance to help even if they are jnot in the Pact. Armament from the United States will soon be- gin to move in great quantities to the Eurpoean powers, niir guns, anti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 March 1949

THE NAPLES MONITOR Naples Oldest ltuNinms Institution, Established In 1886 AIR. AND MRS. TOM HICKS OWNERS. EDITORS, PUBLISHERS Entered as second class mail at Naples under act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE PER YEAR: In Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $1.50. Outside Morris, CaBs and Bowie Counties $2.00 NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the coulmns of this newspayer will be gladly corrected upon be- in* brought to the attention of the puBlisher. Rocky Branch News Several were present for Sun- day School at both churches Sun- day. Next Sunday will be preaching day again. Visitors, ^u'e always welcome at both churches at Rocky Branch. Mrs. Annie Forsythe is home, after spending 10 days in the Naples hospital. Her daughter, Mrs. Robinson of Texarkana is with her. We wish for Mrs. Forsythe a speedy recovery. Better produce, Foods, refrigerated a modern market f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 March 1949

I \ IPC , - •''Vv THE NAPLES MONITOR ' FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1949 FATHER and SON ! wyu«iu4.i To m w-o . rune ««-ou *lum rum , (UMtlpMuir • NOWIASM* UQMV MTHMS- tTANOAAONO J - •Arn**Ct"i 91* TO A«U> M*omu •/« - MUSIC MM maaowooo Moron BLOCK - i*4 0n*(uMa-)wHCfLV mtAD 4-c roc j •HON! AXLi - |/M" MUSK WMC ^r-OUMIrft 5TtL .N6WMfec 10 SWT - CiCUK.0'0 wiNUSMtluO . CCMC NT MfO noo* Ht«e Marietta Hews By Mrs. R. ~L. Harris Switch ri -CUT Out Thus VtNmCUtOu* ln&MCliON . on paint TO ftwu-XM«M6 4Ct LAH «AOlAIO«WtilL j. notcheoABuM* "C * - BOO* AS6CM61V PtHlHAtt MOuCMOUf CIICISTMU- a*0 ClMlNT TOOIIHIB KXDINO 'TIM SDOe *,TH <* •Cwt* T*p* fcCMCNT TO WMTHO^ THfNCA tf| 10 01- ' CHAMiSL^k miOV** «ND*ANO*MOO'H HAHOWOOO V*' 0 OlA •" ftU**|A M$ BMA4S ONTO W"CW TUB! J r cut ore nua* / WITH TOP oe OUMPtM VtAfT r CRAtt.1 tBApttpvTtRfHTinattflMti | i ' —|—i—r—i—i—i—i—i— j CUT OQT QAg f OH HAHPWOOD MOTOR BLOC* COC*?iT tiN£ - : i ACMOvC LATER (sif nr. ^) A «v — r>H COT OUT OASC FOAGCARS *T~- cut OUT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 March 1949

.'J#*®.##* *■' A r *«t22 jr M, *>v INEZ THEM1E Naples, Texas Open v : ; ,: Week Days 6 p. m. Saturday 1 p. m. Friday and Saturday SON OF GOD'S COUNTRY Monte Hael Saturday Night Prevuo ANGEL IN EXILE John Carroll Adele Mara Ml tfAPtlB m :iMi^i7^«w Pontiff ^r^wr Mil NIHAVi U, IMK Sunday and Monday JOHNNY BELINDA Jane Wyman Lew Ayres Tuesday Only ANGELS WITH' DIRTY FACES James Cagney Pat O'Brien Wednesday-Thursday CRY OF THE CITY ' Victor Mature Richard Conte Shelley Witners \ The Pontiac Chieftain line of which the four-door deluxe sedan is shown here has a 120 inch1 wheelbase. Roof lines have been lowered without sacrifice of comfort. Trailing pattern of thei Chieftain series consists of two gracefully arched steps from roof crown to trunk deck to' lower edge. Both Pontiac Streamliner and Pontiac Chieftain lines average 38 percent more glass area. Visor on car pictured is an accessory. INEZ THEATRE TO SHOW JOHNNY BELINDA SUNDAY AND MONDAY Besides the two stars, Jane Wyman and Lew ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 March 1949

Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm McNutt and daughter of Marshall were were Sunday quests in the home Sunday quests in the home of his of their son, Elmer Bowden and parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mc- family in I.indcn. Nafct. .. PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bowden Save yourself trouble from those worn tires. Trade thciri In now before trouble starts. t i i •%) mm Coker Chevrolet Co. Naples, Texas t( * ' y} i i < THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAKCH 11, 194* C. W. Heard Visits Big Cattle Auction at Simonton, Texas C. W. Heard accompanied by his brother, Jack, of Baytown attended an auction sale at Sim- onton, Texas at The Pecan Acres Ranch. C. W. reported that he enjoyed the auction sale very <much and that thfe beauty of the ranch and the stock was al- most unbelievable. Pecan Acres Ranch |is along the fertile Brazos Valley covering 7000 acres with pastures deve- loped into the best known type ,to agricultural science. There are many pastures of alfalfa, bermuda, white grass, dutch clover, and Da...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 March 1949

FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1949 THE NAPLES MONITOR STOP THE MUSIC! V . V.N. Scouts Help Refugees n. 1 Just A 'Bit Personal mm w . a AM: is, H Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Giles vis- ited in Pt. Neches with their son <ind wife, for a few days this week. Shop for all your food needs at The Davis Company . • . Here are featured famous brands of canned goods, flour, fresh pro- duce and a complete market. Make it a point to try The Davis Company for food service. V The United Nations Scout Association, sponsors of a drive for clothes, jtoys and food supplies from members of the U.N. staff and delegates, ollected approximately two tons of supplies at a ceremony held tat Parkway Village, Jamaica, New York (above). The clothing1 was turned over by the Scouts to the American Friends Committee 'for distribution to needy persons, especially Palestine refugees; Simms News Mr. and Mrs. Jim Anderson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Dock Griffin and children spent the week end in Avery. Mr. and Mrs. George Cox and j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 June 1949

j: fi I *W< Mf •Hi s I u Nor tli Morriti County LucsIMI OU The Broadway Of America ES; Naples Oldest lousiness Institution—Kslablished in 1886 r,#-. fkmrtng A Jfetral Section la MmttW, Cm* Over Mity Yi V®tUME SIXTY-THREE NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTYTEX,, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1 49 NUMBER 45 Attention Is Called to Members of Local C. of C. * Ab a member of the Naples Chamber of Commerce/ you probably know that instead «f having our regular mdpthly moving next Monday night, June 13, at the American Legion Hall, we are having a public meeting at the Naples Method- ist church at 8 p. m. on that date, at which time the Hon. (John Ben Shepperd of Glade- water will be our speaker. Mr. Shepperd is at present .president of the Gladewater Chamber of Commerce and is vpaab-president of the jllniied States Junior Chomber of Com mcrce, He is considered one of the ablest speakers in the country tand has probably spoken in every state and in practically all of the larger cities in the United States, and has...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 June 1949

I \ THE NAPLES MONITOR Friday, June 10, 1949 I EJl'l.'-' ■r f INITOK THE NAPLE >.apitu Oldest Business Institution, Established In 1886 MR. AND MRS. TOM HICKS OWNERS, EDITORS, PUBLISHERS Entered as second class mail at Naples under act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE PER YEAR: In Morris. Cass and Bowie Counties, $1.50. Outside Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties $2.00 NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the coulmng of this newspayer will he gladly corrected upon be- ing brought to the attention of the publisher. % OUR MEN ARE FORD DIAGNOSTICIANS THEY DETERMIKJ AND CORRECT YOUR CAR'S AILMENTS QUICKLY TO S(VJ6 (ffiUr JtmeatuC 'TfUmeyf, see US FOR All YOUR SERVICE NEEDS FUR YOUR CHILDREN* BEASLEY'S MODERN P'ANOS GIVE YOU EXTRA VA^UE New spinet pianos, with bench, $520, |C15, $645 and up to the highest character STEINWAY Spinet. Also dependable used pianos. Terms. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 June 1949

SALE: i Classified Ads hooBe, 1-2 acre ground, gumge. pnd out houseB. See Roy Stnpp puinKerflcljiV highway or Na- ples Barber Shop. tfc FOR SALE: Bull calves subject to papers from extra good' cows, .5 months old. Dave Russell. 2-TP-46 FOR SALE: 1940 Ford pick up. R. P. Lowery, Naples, Texas. 3-p-47 FOR SALE: OLIVER TRACTORS AND EQUIPMENT. WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF NEW AND USED PARTS. WE HAVE SEVERAL GOOD USED TRAC- TORS NOW ON HAND READY FOR DELIVERY . CONNOR-CLAY MOTOR CO. MT. PLEASANT, TEXAS T-F NOTICE We have a few 2 row V. A. C. Case tractors with all equipment for immediate delivery. Johnson- Justiss Motor Co. Mt. Pleasant, Texas, phone 220. ffc FOR SALE: Late model Chevro- let, new tires, excellent condi- tion, low milage, radio and heater. M*. Harrison, Naples, Texas. FOR SALE: 1940 Chevrolet busi- ness coupe. Good tirofi, extra large - luggage compartment. $1595.00. Lee Davis. FOR SALE: China cabinet, serv- ing table. book case, day bed, garden plow.* iroh wood heater an ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 June 1949

Mm. JUH Marietta News By Mrs. It. L. Harris BASSETS NEWS It One Really Knew! IF YOU COULD FORSEE /THAflt YOUR PROPERTY IfW* BE DESTROYED -OR EVEN STOLEN TOMORROW YOU'D BUY TODAY ADE- QUATE FORMS AND •AMOUNTS OF INSURANCE, IT'S OUR JOB TO KNOW WHAT CAN AND MAY HAP- PEN. AFTER INSPECTING YOUR PROPERTY, WE WILL BE GLAD TO RECOMMEND THE NECESSARY FORMS OF INSURANCE!. NO OBLIGA- TION—ASK. t, Granberry Insurance Agency "Any Kind of Insurance" Phone: 37 W Naples m the WtHy.ii-iHlay night prayer service the Junior G. A. (presented an initiation ceremony under the direction of their sponsor, Mrs. Tom B. Smith. The W. M. S. met Monday af- ternoon at four o'clock at the church for a combined business meeting and Royal Service pre* gram.i The program was in charge of Mrs. Horace Hamp- ton with several members tak ing part. The Rev. Henry Fant of E. T. B. C., Marshall, filled his fathers Ipulpit at the Sunday evening church service* Saturday noon a large group pf friends and out of town vis- ito...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 June 1949

> r t; f , s>d!iaani Weekly flews Leiter *r ' r ' ■ r*r '■/("ir 'VrMn 'M l- • 10, 1949 ^ :jfcM I I il 1 - The Democrats in the North, especially in. cities like New York bju^ Chicago, have been luiuong' the strongest 8upportcrn. [of legislation 'to raise the in- come of farmers, including par- ity psymentB, soil conservation, ^arm- UK -market l oads, rural electricity, and similar measures hers from the rural areas who refuse to vote for measures jthat are vital to the city Mem- bers^ For instance, housing (legislation. There is a definite .jtrern^ in the House among these Democrats who resent the at- (titudei of Representatives of rural areas on such legislation Now, however, these Members to to hold up such measures as (pre very much peeved at Mem- Jhe bill for rural telephones fd& SAFE DRIVING IS A MATTER OP CAUTION PLUS GOOD BRAKES WE WILL INSTALL A GEN- UINE DELCO BATTERY FOR AS LITTLE AS |18.B0 Gamble and Thigpen I'ont iac Dealers Joe's Cafe Good Food Fried Chicken H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 June 1949

THE NAr^o MONlTOft Ftlduy, Jutt« 10, 1044 •asm. mtsmsmm maples Defeat EInira 12 to 9 A nice crowd of base ball fans saw the Naples and Elmira base ball clubs fight to a deadlock Which was broken in the bottom of the tenth inning by Perry Slider's homer to center flel^t which brought in the three win- ning runs. The Elmira team opened up strong agalnst| James Worm- mack's hurling in the first to get four men on base and three scores, Naples came into their ppening frame with a burst of power against Watson which re- sulted in six men on base and Slfler, Trumbel, Brown and Darden coming in to score giv- ing Naples a 4-3 edge. The second inning was score- less as well as the top of the 1 i| 'd. Hicks came in during \the bottom of the third to in- crease the edge 5-3. Surrett scored for Elmira in the fourth while Naples went three up. three down in the fourth, and Elmira cut the edge to 5-4. Hjamiiiton, who relieved Wat- son as pitcher for Elmira, scor- ed, in the fifth while Hicks scor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

■. ri .Vrt ***« i. f •iiitSr 9 North Morris (kiunty Located on Tho Broadway Of America iliuutto Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 Serving A Rural Section In Morris, Caw and Bowie Comities Over Sixty VOLUME SIXTY-THREE NAPLES MORRIS COUNTY TEX., FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1049 NUMBER 51 Naples Festival Ready for Thursday, July 28-Come! Naples Ball Club Back In Shape With / to 4 Win The Naples base ball club showed it's old fo-ni Sunday af ternoou before a large crowd to defeat the visiting Dekalb nin 7 to. Jamas Wommack bewildered '.he Dekalb boys their first time 'up by taking two straight strike outs and forcing a short fly to 3rd base. Austin Wommack took the flif.t hit. of game his first .tlntt up to bat. but was forced out on a double 'play on Perry Slider's grounder to third. Da kalb fared no better in the sec- ond than they did in the first with Wommack collecting two strike outs and a fly out to sec- ond- Lenoy Slider collected in the second with a clean hit, and a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

TttJC NAPUOA MONU'OH PHli'AV, JfllhV W IM ■M.J* DANIEL CHAPEL NEWS Mr. and Mrs, Albert Millsap mu\ family from Brashear are visiting her sisters, Mrs. Wille- ford, Mrs. Eli Cobb. Mrs. Ethel Cobb and other relatives. We are proud to have Rev. Mills and family who spent two j weeks in their new home. They j ill return to Commerce to start • a revival. We had a large crowd out at | church and Sunday School Sun- j day. Dead And Crippled Animals Removed We will remove your dead and crippled livestock free of charge, Call collect 813. Mt Pleasant Rendering Works Mt Pleasant, Texas Wanted Youi Washing JUST INSTALLED 4 NEW MAY TAG WASHING MACHINES Finished Flat Work lb. 10c Wet wash, lb Oc Rough Dry, lb 8c 'Pick up and, delivery SPENCER Help-U-Self Laundry Mrs. Edna Gibbs and chll4rcn, Koss Works, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Foster atteiuijeti the singing at Dulton Sunday. Had • fine singing. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harty aiul, baby Kay, Troy Gibbs spent the weak end visiting their grand- parents, Mr. and( ...

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