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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

'UN NAl Ml fit LJrv Pesfiitdn's Weekly News Letter The Steel Mill After yours of hard work, we now have in si^ht an integrated steel mill fnr East Texas. The Reconstruction Finance Corpora- tion has definitely committed it- self for a loan of $34-million to tlie Lone Star Steel Company for that pui pose. It wilt be used for installing facilities for manu .factoring electrical weld, steel dine pipe and oil well casing. This is really a 50 per cent loan fcrrivedi at as follows: Lone ' a COME AND BRING THE FAMILY TO NAPLES MELON FESTIVAL THURSDAY, JULY 28 <0 A GRAND PROGRAM IS Arranged for Your Entertainment — PLENTY OF— . ICE (OLD MELONS Make Our Store Your Headquarters While In Town — A Cordial Welcome Awaits You At Ben Franklin Variety Store 5—10—25c to $1.00 — NAPLES, TEXAS — tftai' Mtool In fpquli'ed tq invest ! $22-raillion. The present? faci- lities. including blast furnace, coke ovens and coal mines, are valued at $12-million. The (torn 'pany will obtain its working capital ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

•" '/li w MOW If OH *n\Ur\H, JULY 01 1048 W.'jB'JgMWr IHiWjl.ii—1 "I THE NAPLES MONITOR Naples Oldest Btwiiutis Institution, Established Iu 1880 MR. AND MRS. TOM HICKS OWNERS, EDITORS, PUBLISHERS Naples- Continued from page one WW iiiii Entered as second class mail at Naples under act of Congress of March 3rd, 1870 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 coulmns of this newspayer will be gladly corrected upon be- ing brought to the attention of the publisher. WHEN YOU HAVE NEWS CALL 28-J. IF ITS WORTH SELLING ADVERTISE IT IN THE MONITOR UmtMuU quality VaJdvu) STRICKLAND GROCERY next man up took a hit for num- ber two off Worn mack for the day. Womniack took another strike out and after missing a hot grounder. Jjirced the next man up to fly ^ut to Vaughan. Vaughan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

TMfi KAPtiRfl MuNITnf ' 'M (Patricia Hampton, who ,ljas been away at iL'amp at Marshall, Texan reported a very tine time but stated) that a'\>. was also glad to be home again. Mrs. J. M. Hampton, Barbara Tomberlain and Betty Vaughan attended, the Banquet Tuesday night that en^ed the camp and vvas accompanied home by IPa- iicia. Mr. ant$ Mrs. G. D. Irvin and baby of Hooks and Mrs. Roland Carney and children of Texarv- kana heve been visiting in the ^>me of Mr. and Mrs. A. J Irvin. BRYA Df'S MILL NEWS A large number from Bi<yans Mill attended the ball game in Naples Monday niglf. Naples won the game, Ivan W a Id,on went to Broken Bow. Okla., to spend a tew days Mr. and; Mrs. R. M, Abston of Texarkana were visitors it. Bryans Mill Wednesdoy, also Mr. andj Mrs. Reed McMillian <pnd son Jerry Mrs. A. Jones was in Naplei. Thursday. Mrs. Elmer Stringer visite.) Mis. Viola Jones Wednesday. Mrs. Uotsy Skelton has been y.sit) ng tjtJx- son, Revt (Buseyr Skelton. Visitors in the Rob...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

1 m I '■ • If f \ Q TK« NAlPtH MONltOK 'MDA¥, JXItY S8 W4« rr l'OUR IPASTOR AND MINE If he is young, he lacks ex- perience; if his hair is grey, he is too old. If he hus five or six children, he has too many; if he has nono he is setting a bai( example. If his wife sings in .the choir, she is being too forward; if she doesn't, she is not interested in her husband's work. If he speaks from notes, he /has ^canned" sermons and is dry; if he speaks extemporane- ously, he is not deep. If lie spend too much time in his study, he neglects his peo- ple; if he visits he is a gad- about. If he is attentive to the poor, he is playing to the grandstand; if to the wealthy, he is trying to be an aristocrat. If he suggests improvements for the church, he is a figure- jhead. If he uses too many illustra- tions, he neglects the Bible; if not enough, he is not clear. If he condemns wrong, he is cranky; if he does not he is a compromiser. If he preaches an hour, he is windy! if less he is lazy. If he ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

I* •V :* j:a ■ ,V:. iffi m •I'IIh NAPhf-N MUftff'Mft Television Progress Froi / Ml Vg 1/1CVI9IU11 riUgll& From Aladdio'tt Lamp to Calhodi* Rav / /. '•>; •— - 1 TV theatre eulur- « lalni millions In 1949 J0^,'' Home makers Club Met With Mrs. Robert Berry, July 8 Nlpkow icioalng disk. MH3 rfM" T~~ --f.'' J* # &©£ ! ;fc: , a:i llT^l Young Farnsuurib lov^ain tJidronlc TV lamp IJ27 " •'■. CrN Vfe jQ -Hafilc- catUude lam? X> Xjfy '■ .£-vjv ••■'->'■ ,' , J? ' :'v^ PATENTS INSPIRE INVENTIONS .. . , m. rw?if V5-> f • • "•** "****♦. SMI BASSETT NEWS Mrs. Dan Rampley has been ^on the sick list, again. Her son li'um Shl'eveport visited them the. past week end, Mr. and ^lis. Virgil Ranipiey. We hope Mrs. Bell Betty will soon gain her strength lack. She has 'been sick for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Buyce C-anant JD£ Dallas visited their parents. ENRICH YOUR CHILD'S LIFE WITH MUSIC. GET A BEAS- LEY MODERN PIANO Write for spinet piano cata- 'logsj, New1 lowered prices. $495, $520, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

M i'titt NAIM.KM MONITti'l rflmyLA ' PERFEC £sn4un4> PERFECT BAKING Foster's Grocery & Station Here's Good News! S..WE NOW SELL KOPPIRS 30 Year Fence Posts ' i"\f ' ' P : • • Yes—we are now Authorized Dealers for these popular fence posts—the posts that have an aver- age life of 30 years. And we are handling these posts, because we are convinced that they give you the most for your money—in every way. They are made from straight, sound wood—wood that has been properly seasoned, then pressure- treated (not merely dipped) with creosote. This pressure-treatment protects posts against termites and decay... makes them last and last. And these posts keep original size and strength at ground line; so you can replace larger untreated posts with smaller treated posts. As for appearance, these posts really dress up your property. Stop in and talk it over. We'll explain how much money you can save, and how much work you can avoid by setting Koppers Long-Life Fence Posts. y JACK VAUGHAN ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

WM HAt'l.fe- f him iim MWH, JUfcV «k 4«4H DOUGLAS VIXJjE NEWS "Our revival at Mothodlwt church cIohciI Sunday evening with four additions for member- ship. Mr. and* Mrs. Mac Steger and children of Lubbock are visiting relatives and friends this week. Mac has just returned from a biiHlnoNH trip to Memjihls, IVim They attended the family reun-. ion in Stcger home in Linden Monday, Mrs. Harry Allen, Jr. has been on our sick list and was with her mother for several days. Mrs. Dollie Snipes fell on Sat- urday ni«ht at her home. She fractured her "hip and was rush- ed to Texarkana hospital and is WELCOME TO THE MELON FESTIVAL — PLENTY OF — : ICE tm MELONS COME AND BRING THE FAMILY QUALITY Groceries and Gasoline At erlains DOUGLASVILLE III-WAY Joe's Cafe GOoct Food Fried Chicken Hot Home Baked Rolls Every Sunday ^ ll Mllg restliiK very vvell today, Mon-i a Mrs. Watt McCall is visiting her daughter of Atlanta. Ga. i She plans to vacate several ' weeks. Our scout boys returned from camp Sund...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

1 ' W'i'rW vi;;"'-' the Naples monwok i FitIDAY, JULY IB, 1941 1 i i I ' ' <Z. I I I I I [Naples To Have Horse Quadrille For Day of the Festival Just A Bit Personal Tor Boohtvormt Everywhere .. . ¥ Everyone interested in riding in 6bti 'Panicle and Quadrille are asked! to meet at the Athle- tic Field on Tutsday night July 26 at 8.00 p. m, for practice. This group will also meet Thurs day night of this week. It has been suggested, that a club be organized for a quadrille at the meeting Tuesday night. vThe festival <ty*y parade will form and start on tl^s vacant ,lot east of the Morris County Supply Store and E. O. Bryan's at 4 p. m. It has been re- quested that as many as will bring ttyeir horses and plan to ride in the paradp. The Quadnille sponsored by the Texarnkana Boot and Saddle Club will be one of ttye feature 'programs of the entire day's (activities. The Naples Com- mitttee feels fortunate in hav- ing the Texarkana Quadrille as guests of the community, and will guarant...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

3 East Texas Counties Mourn Death of Long-Time Physician Kaat Texaa Bureau of Tha Nawa NAPLES, Morris Co., Texas, Jan. 19.—Every town and community in! three East Texas counties joined Naples Wednesday in mourning the death of Dr. William Smith, 68, who had practiced medicine here for forty-five years. During that time he delivered at least 8,000 babies. Dr. Smith died Sunday after a long illness. Funeral services were held Tuesday with burial in a Tex- arkana cemetery. All Naples stores closed in respect to his memory. A native of Cumby, Hopkins County, Dr. Smith moved to Naples and.established his practice in 190X For many years he was the only doctor ffl this area. Before the advent or the automobile he made his rounds In a horse and buggy, often traveling twenty-five miles a day. After he suffered a heart attack last March his patients beat a path to his home. Unwilling to turn them down, he diagnosed and wrote prescriptions from his sickbed. On one occasion, at the insistence o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 22 July 1949

1-17 om lant vill ^D, ■vning jk or ; or 4 old. flexes you Improved—University Park S-17 SACRIFICING $15,000 LOVELY 3-BEDROOM — 2-BATH STONE AND BRICK COTTAGE Wood-burning fireplace, double garage. 'Lo- cated choice section of University Park. This is really a bargain! Artha Garza L-B-5213 6733 Hlllcreit J-8-S343 2-STORY DUPLEX NEAR SNIDER PLAZA An outstanding buy In a 2-story duplex Just off Snider Plaza. Each unit has 2 large bedrooms with tiled bath. Each bedroom has outside entrance, large living room, din* ing room, kitchen with breakfast nook and service porch. Has unusual well-arranged floor plan. Well suited for apartments or rooms for SMU students. If properly han- dled, a large return can be made. Upper unit now rented for $119 per month. Priced low. (Excl.) J. D. LOFTIN V-4-2SS4 -I61W Rom Evening*. T-7-2S09 Sizable Brick Cottage Convenient to all things: Trade center, schools, SMU, transportation, recreational park and swimming poolHtaeater, AND AT REASO^J k. 2 bedroo brei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 January 1951

-• ' *« ' ' •. •• •. •• % . ■•■ ■ •-.■ ■. v- ■ . .-, , . :-. •■■■ . m-' ■•I t .*• « t i North Morris County Located on The Broadway Of America Si0« SWSi'ff VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 HBf NAPLES, MORRIS COU^TEXTFRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1951 Serving A Rural Section (n Morris, Cans and Bowie Counties Ov?tr Sixty Years NUMBER 25 Building A Greater Naples - - - With the good news of the loan of the 73 million from the government to the Lone Star Steel Plant at Daingerfield is the realization of the fact that the immenence of war com- pletes the justification for the great program of expan- sion that is planned for the facilities at Lone Star. At the same time let us in the Lone Star territory be proud that we can contribute to so great an effort for steel is going to be needed in the next few years. The loan which will provide a huge expansion program offers an opportunity to the area around the Lone Star Steel. Many residents of Naples are employed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 January 1951

SIP A THE NAPLES MONITOR THE NAPLES MONITOR NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION ESTABLISHED IN 18*6 PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS MR. AN® MRS. TOM HICR3 OWNTOS, EDITORS, PUBLISHERS Entered al second class mail at Naples under act o! Congress of March 3rd, 1879 DSUBSCRIPTION PRICfi PER YEAR: In Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.00. Outside Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.50 NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputa- tion of any person, firm or corporation which may aPPcar In the columns of thU newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. NOTICE OF ELECTION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF MORRIS CITY OF NAPLES TO THE RESIDENT QUALI- FIED PROPERTY TAXPAYING VOTERS OF THE CITY OF NAPLES, TEXAS: TAKE NOTICE that an election will be held in the City of Nap- les, Texas, on the 27th day of January, 1951, on the propositions and at the place more particu- larly set forth in the election or- der adopted b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 January 1951

aUtttuvmauii i - . II . ■ . I. I . Ill rmi.. I — Hmtft «***« Paul H. Pewitt — 1^:8^3- im§, OMAHA FIH8T grade doll AND TOY SHOW The Omaha First Grade held the annual doll and toy show on Friday with entrees from the first four grades of the school. This show is scheduled each year for the first convenient day — • after the Christmas holidays. There was a beautiful and in- teresting display of forty five dolls ranging in size from mina ture dolls to those of life size. A Large area in the first grade room i was set apart for them. They were classified and arraag- u. FINANCIAL REPORT •> v, ,) ^ Mjt t i. , •• -l' ■ ■ I> CITY OF NAPLES -* * . 4 > 4th Quarter 1950 1950 , . | ■ Oct. 1 Cash on hand RECEIPTS Meter Deposits 20.00 Street rentals utilities 199.68 Sewer revenus 105.00 Permits 8.50 Taxes 2587.30 Concrete Tile 15.00 DISBURSEMENTS Law enforcement 75.00 - Labor on streets 954.02 Cleaning streets - 65.00 Careing for toilets 52.00 x Night watch 15.00 Street lights 214.58 Fire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 January 1951

BRYAN'S MILL NEWS Mrs. Gladys Stacks, Reporter Well folks Bryans Mill id back in the news. Sorry to have not been able to get our news in each week. Mrs. Ira Stacks was in Texar tana last Friday pp business. ; Mrs. Bun Hall visited with her lather, John Eitel Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Skelton and Mrs. Brit Baskin went to Tyler last Friday to visit with Mr. Baskin. We are; glad to report that Mr. Baskin is improving. Mrs. Rose Walton and Mrs. Kenneth Stringer honored Mrs. Jimmy Kinsey Saturday, Jan. 6, with a bridal shower. Mrs. Kinsley is the former Tonunie PHONE 130 —FOR— TAXI SERVICE COURTEOUS AND SAFE DRIVERS AT ALL TIMES. —LOCATED AT— BOHANNAN'S CAFE JUST CALL 130 FOR QUICK SERVICE ittHtlllllllllliWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII L. Stringer. The shower was given in Mrs. Waldon's homo. Rev. and Mrs. Isaac Johnson and Icky were Sunday dinner guests in the Roy Melton home. We really had a nice rain here this past week end. Sure has been an unusually dry winter. We are sorry to report...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 January 1951

.'H- it THE MAKH HowrroH FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1851 WRIGHT PATMAN'5 „ wAsixiiifcsOTgoa ' Gagw ■nring the emergency are coin* u'r "n1 in the public in* CHINESE-RUSSIAN PACT Our military Intelligence has discovered definite proof of a Chinese-Russian Pact, which ob- ligates Russia to enter the war with China against thfe United States and the Chinese Nation- alists, in the event the United States supports Chiang Kai-Shek in an offensive on the mainland of China. Of course, no one knows whether or not Russia will carry out this pact with the Chinese; but if the attack is made and the pact is carried out, it would mean the commencement of World War III. There are some very seemingly persuasive and unanwerable arguments be- ing made in support of Chiang Kai-Shek and his ability to help us with China, but when all the facts are considered, our mili- tary leaders are at this time very reluctant about following such a course. <?. 'tt. .ran the House, which was generally known as the 21-day di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 January 1951

CLASSIFIED ADS BELDEN LODGE NO. 674 A. F & A. M., NAPLES, TEXAS, MEETS EACH THIRD THURS- DAY NIGHT EACH MONTH. 8 P- M- M FOR SALE: Minows, all sizes. Loy Jennings, City Cafe. 81-4tc PIANOS 100 pianos must sell immedi- ately at some price, to stop stor age. $10.00, $25.00, $50.00. You must see to appreciate. Pianos in perfect condiion, tuned, regu- lated, and good finish. These pianos will please the most dis- criminating piano teacher, for only $95.00 cash. Belaw whole sale cost. Tell your friends about this sale. This is $200.00 lower than regular retail. Open every day including Sunday til 9 o'clock every night. Dealers welcome. MONUMENT* COMPLETE SELECTION OF FINE) MONUMENTS AMD (MARKERS FOR IMMEDIATE) DELIVERY. STAR MEMORIAL COMPANY ON NEW DALLAS HlOliWA? MT. PLEASANT. TEXAS FOR SALE: Twenty white-rock pullets, six months old. Laying. Mrs. R. F. McLean, Naples, Texas. WE BUY, SELL. TRADE Will pay highest prices foi used furniture. Have many bar- gains in new furniture. If it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 January 1951

# m" r 1 s V«t BR Hi.'11'. WOMaKKfl? llBicRWBn "■ ' . 1« ... , r I p •VT.iT.'-iiv. Jll I North Morris County |? Located on The Broadway Of America N'tPf'Sj a (tlrr Maples nitur Naples Oldest Business Institutions—Established in 1886 Sirrtauj A Rural Suction In Morris, Cus and Bowie Count! eu Ovtv Sixty Years VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE NAPLES. MORRIS COUNTY. TEX, FRIDAY. JAN. 26, 1951 number 26 Paul H. Pewitt School News . omaha sixth grade | ence Cromer, Nugent Kessler, 100% Spellers for week ending Woodfin MpMichael, J. H. Cro- January 12: Travis Fletcher, mor' Perry Tuck. w- A- Knighton, BiJlie Dawn Loath, Syble Mer- j Mrs- Ivan Dorsett. Hub Buchanan, rell, Johnny Joyner, Larry Bill Oeorge Frost, W. S. Stevens, Richey, Ruth Pope, Nelda Gen-! ^'0,'rest Roberts, B. B. Brown, try, Mary Jane Cherry, Guy m Tucker, T. B. Settles, Luther Davis, Jr. Morris, Howard Goodger, Bun 100% Spellers for week of ( McNatt, M. G. Brock, mid-term tests: Mary Ruth Pope, Carroll Jean McNatt. OMAHA SECOND GRADE T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 January 1951

- THE NAPLES MONITOR GUILTY OR NOT? YOU CAN LOSE YOUR HOME, YOUR AUTOMOBILE, YOUR SAVINGS, AND ALL THAT YOU VALUE, IP YOU HAVE TO PAY A JUDGMENT AWARDED BY A JURY FOR INJURIES SUSTAINED ON YOUR PRO- PERTY. COMPREHENSIVE PERSON- AL LIABILITY INSURANCE WILL DEFEND YOU IN SUCH AN ACTION AND PAY THE DAMAGES UP TO THE LIMIT OF YOUR INSURANCE. Granberry Insurance Agency Phone: 37 W Naples "Any Kind at Insurance" Farm News Many questions regarding the District's Equipment Program were answered by the Board of Supervisors at its Regular meet- ing on January 4, 1951, By re- quest of the Supervisors the ques- tions most frequently raised, to- gether with the answers are pre- sented herewith: FINE WATCH REPAIRING MY SPECIALTY WILCOX JEWELRY Located In Old Freeze King Shop HANNER FUNERAL HOME PHONE 38 Naples Texas TWENTY-FOUR HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE COMPLETE FUNERAL SERVICE Ask About our Burial Policies Dr.J.B. F err ell —AND— Dr. L. D. Lawler Optometrists 1st Nat'l Bank Building MT. PLEASANT. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 January 1951

I 14; I THE MAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JAN. 28, 1951 ZA THE NAPLES MONITOR NAPLES OLDE8T BU8INESS INSTITUTION ESTABLISHED IN 1888 PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS MH. AND MRS. TOM HICKS OWNERS, EDITORS, PUBLISHERS -W. Entered as second cltfss mail at Naples under act of Congress of March 3rd' 1879 DSUBSCRIPTION PRICE PER YEAR: In Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.00. Outside Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.50 NOTICE TO PUBLIC - Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputa- tion of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. NOTICEan FOR SALE—70 ACRE FARM WITH NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE GOOD BARN—GOOD FENCES—LOCATED 2 M,ILES WEST OF MARIETTA! —ALSO— OLIVER CO TRACTOR, ALL EQUIPPED, AND FOUR WHEELED, RUBBER TIRES, OLIVER TRAILOR NORRIS LEE JACOBS Route 1, Naples, Texas MARIETTA NEWS Mrs. R. L. Harris, Reporter We Carry A Complete Line of HUMBLE PRODUCTS GAS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 January 1951

- <v " -vu^, ■ i, i ir<i <| +*¥&** — i V K i* Ibm. ' fcteMnw mfl'tfn — ifcti 11 r-. —.— 11 DOUGLASVILLE NEWS Mrs. B. W. Swint, Reporter Old man winter returned to our town this Sunday afternoon We enjoyed one week of nice spring weather in January and we hope spring is not far off. The flu seems to be returning too as there are several who have come down with it this week. M,rs. Luna Swint is still at home. She has been battling with the flu for some time. We hope she will soon be well. A correction—last week Cleve- land Jackson was reported seri- ously ill, but it should have been Herbert Jackson of Rusk. Her bert continues quite ill. We do hope he will soon be well nnd at home. Members of WSCS are cort- tinuing the study of "We Seek Him Together." This is a very interesting study and we hope all members will attend each meet- ing. These ladies quilted a quilt for Mrs. Fannie Snipes last week. Dame rumor has it that Miss Frances Snipes of Texarkana will be a February b...

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