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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 January 1951

THE NAPLES MOIliTOR FRIDAY. JAN. 26. 1951 BRYAN'S MILL NEWS Mrs. Gladys Stacks, Reporter * Well' "folks "after having read the news from each community we noticed that you too, are hav- ing your share of this beautiful winter weather and that we've all had the much needed rain. Many of us have had sick folks but we believe that we here in Bryans Mill are all on the mend. Mrs. Frank Babb visited with Mrs. Bun Hall of Naples last Tuesday. Mrs. Dotsy Skelton and Mrs. Oran Skelton and children were visitors in the T.,J. Prewitt home Monday. I Rev. and Mfs. Isaac Johnson and son cky and Joe Stacks and . Illllllllllllilllllillilllllllllllllllllllllllll PHONE 230 —FOR— i J . \t££. TAXI SERVICE COURTEOUS AND SAFE DRIVERS AT ALL TIMES. .—LOCATED AT— BOHANNAN'S CAFE JUST CALL 130 FOR QUICK SERVICE MHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Mr. and Mrs. Murray Coker were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Coker. We are glad to learn that Mr. Coker is feeling so well. Our ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 26 January 1951

if* u®'r THB NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JAN. 26, 1951 DALTON NEWS Claudine Cromer, Reporter 1L We had good attendance last weekend for church services, Bro. Campbell brought the Saturday night and Sunday night messages and Bro. B. T. Baugh brought the message Sunday. Mr. Ira Wat- kins of Naples is a new addition to our church. Let's everyone take more interest and be out for Sunday school and BTU next weekend. A meeting was held Sunday morning concerning our financial committee for the care of the cemetery for the coming year. We voted to keep our same com' mittee, which consists of Perry Tuck, Mrs. Vernon May and Mr. Ross Collins for next year. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Nash were Mr. and Mrs. William Nash and children of Marietta, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vestal and children of Hughes Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Nash of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs Vernon May and family of this community. Ruthie Robison of Dallas spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robison. Ber- nice ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1951

ft Naples Oldest Business institution*—Established in 1886 VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE "hapLbb, mom is 'county tex. Friday" feb. 2 .1951 Paul H. Pewitt School News . . SEMESTER HONOR ROLL Those making an A average fa all subjects for the first sata- ester: £emcr: Willie Jo Boozer, Evelyn Fields, Martine Floyd, Billy Walls, Junior: Margaret Hanes, LaJuana Stringer, Donnie Young. Sophomore Paulett© Coker, Ouida Hamp- ton, Tommy Walls. Freshman: Claudine Baskin, Kathryn Brewer, Dorothy Leath, Jo Ann Sosbee, Elouise Stevens, Sharon Thomas, Betty Vaughan. THIRD SIX WEEKS HONOR ROLL Those making an A average in all subjects for the third six- weeks. Senior: Willie Jo Boozer, Evelyn Fields Martine Floyd, Shirley Spurger, Billy Walls. Junior: Nancy Carlisle, La Juana Stringer, Margaret Hanes, Bettye Tuck, Donie Young, Donnie Young. Sophomore: Doris Boozer, Paulette Coker, Ouida Hampton, Tommy Walls. Freshmen: Claudine Baakln, Kathryn Pewitt Seniors Invited to Commerce Feb. 9 Commerce, Texas. — High S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1951

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. ■ We Carry A Complete Line of HUMBLE PRODUCTS GAS OIL TIRES BATTERIJSS ETC. WE HAVE EM' STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES EXPERT WASH AND GREASE WORK —MAKE YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE AT— SLIDER GROCERY & SERVICE STA. NO EARLY WAR The highest U. S. mili+aty leaders do not expect Russia to be prepared for war within fivj years. The reasons given are that if Russia should invade Europe, it would take two years to get the invaded countries properly policed, the damaged manufacturing facilities repaired, and stable governments under the Soviets properly organized. It would then take three years, they believe, to produce the neces...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1951

/ / '< mmSmSm THE MAPLES MONITOR % f FRIDAY. FEB. 2, 1IS1 DANIEL CHAPEL NEWS v.. P5'bhs. Reporter Ft. • ?rv' Vlis. Jim Willcsforl of Worth visited hfs pare'ts. i. and Mrs Frank Willeford o\ er the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barron of Longvlew visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Issiac Murphy, Thursday night. M.\ Barron re- ceived word to report for mili- tary servffce. Mrs. Gladys Irvin's daughter from California la at home vis- iting. James Grimes is home from Wichita Falls where he has been employed. He will report soon for military service. Mrs. Versie Cobb, Mrs. Opal Harty, Mrs. Lillie Murphy and Mrs. O. E. Gibbs attended the quilting at Mrs. Ruby Lancaster's home Thursday in Hughes Springs. Mrs. Opal Harty gave a quilt- ing party Tuesday. About ten ladies were present. They fin- ished one quilt and started an- other. The bad weather as well as much sickness prevented many from being present for Sunday School and church. Peggy and Jerry and James Boyd Gibbs attended Jerald Hora...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1951

TMVP THE NAPLES MONItOR .„m i«Tr FMDAY, FEB. i. lS5i PERRY ilASCiv -REHEAkSftL- K*.;. "Well, it has cut Sam's doctor bill a loll" BRYAN'S MILL NEWS Mrs. Glady: Rt-^k« One Half Cent Less For Each $ For Schools Ausutin, Texas, Jan. 3.—One- half cent less of each state tax dollar went to support Texas' public-schools last year than in 1939-40 despite the tremendous strides made in the school sys- tem since the Gilmer-Aikin laws Vent into effect. "Not only has Texas climbed from very low on the national Folks what do you think of old man winter's icy touch? We've been very Uicky #o far. had such a mttd, dry winter. So let's sit back and bo content with thrice and snow. Remember the sun doesn't shine every day, this is part of natures plan, just ns our Maker intended it to be. Lets get out this rare winter day, And see the trees in crystal array Icy Jewels shine on our way, Star blooms fall from the sky Diamonds to dazzle the eye Gems that a king cannot buy. Snow folks toiled thro the ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1951

J jp mi ITHE waple^ MONITOR ~"*uu rniDAY. feb. a, 1951 CO mi ell NEWS Rev. Harvey Matney brought a splendid sermon on the Graces of God. He took for his theme "Meakness." A good attendance was out to hear him even though the weather was cold. Mrs. Milas Harrell underwent an operation a; the Curry Clinic in Mt. Pleasant Saturday. We wish for her a speedy recovery, and her presence at church again. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dorough, Jr. of Daingerfield * visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Joyce Sunday. Mrs. C. B. Hampton will honor her daughter, Mary Katherine, with a surprise birthday party Saturday night. A miscellaneous shower lor Mr. and Mrs. Willard Lowery of Dallas will / be given by Mrs. Annie Crossland Friday night. The couple were former rest- d"nts of Ccrnett and Marietta, now making their homo in Dalias. Melton Moore, Billy Jo Belts and, Troyrj Hampton have ooen spending mid-term holidays from K -T. S. T. C. at home. Mass Earline Lowery of Linden spent Sunday with Miss Nell Uno...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 February 1951

M&SftwSRlfli tffffl I X > THE NAPLES MOM1TOR FRIDAY, FEB. J, 19S1 New Boston Boy Tells of War Horrdfs In Battlefield Of Korean War Front Note—This article was pur- posely withheld reprinting of this Seripps-Howard copyright arti- cle for the reason that we did not unduly alarm those of our readers who have kinsmen in Korea. Sufficient time (ha* passed now however that we feel the nearest kin of the soldier mentioned have been informed of the incident. By Jim G. Lucas Scripps-Howard Staff Writer With the Marines at Hageru, North Korea, Dec. 6.—The kid corporal from New Boston, Tex- as, wanted to talk. It wasn't easy because he had been hit on the face with a mortar shell three days ago—and what was left wasn't pretty. "Whenever a wounded man froze to death," he was saying, "we took him off the truck and left him along the road. We couldn't carry our dead. All the tructos were filled with food, am- munition and wounded guys. "Sure, it was tough. Every body in an outfit this siz...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 February 1951

Jm North Morris County Located on The Broadway Of America ontfor Naples Oldest Business Institution *-EstabIislied in 1886 —" Serving A Rural Seetton In Morris. Cum and Bowie Coantles Ovf* Sixty Yean VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE ■ 1 NAPLES, UOJHUS COUNTY TEX FRIDAY, FEB. , 1991 NUMBER 28 ~w«« Paul H. Pewitt School News . . phase of music has been Snll)(ltiOTl AtWV sd at Pewitt for the bene- "UH/UllWl rxi Illy Send Needed Fund To Morris County v A new introduced fit of those who wish to partici- pate in music but do not play an Instrument. A choral club consis< ting of forty voices has just organized, and it promises an integral part of the music The Salvation Army of Texar- department. Officers were elected kana sent funds recently to this this week. They are: President,1 vicinity in order that children Bily Walls; Vice President, Tom and older people may have a Brown; Secretary, Claudine Cro- more well rounded diet. We are mer; Librarian; Margaret Haines, deeply grateful to them for their ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 February 1951

X /:'/ n; THE NAPLES MONITOR Hf . >0 jL . llPlPi® ;SEti' FRIDAY. FEB. 9. 1951 mm®. 8$ &SS88 K! ■m Mni i gj gif :i (mi ■ i-SS . iHH ' ■: .?<>: litlfili ■ v; ::i WVWWVWWWSA^Ai'WNI'V^A^S^^^ DOUGLASVILLE NEWS Mrs. B. W. Swlnt, Reporter - :>\ . ■:; : • mmm ; ' V5, ■■ • v •A.Svi ' > ■: ■•;•• ' •••■ ♦ •'VH'- i« •v/ * HH > > l^s Ik fv m • | . .fe JrTV ; I, ■ ' • * - Q ML I Xj j. i£iM W J ~ ^ fen. -.V /^W., W - - " P t'" '&*■/ ®K| Mr:v 'if ' MBar )5.;.; V ■ , \ MODERN HOUSEWIVES prefer the simplicity, precision and completely automatic features of natural gas cooking.... They know there are no buttons to push; no restless waiting for proper cooking temperatures. They know, too, there's a dependable flame at the turn of a valve. Couple these advantages with safety, cleanliness, economy —and prestol You have the answer why 27,000,000 housewives in America prefer gas ranges in the home. Husbands, too.lcnow and prefer these advantages of flame cooking. Best of all—at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 February 1951

l BRYAN'S MILL NEWS Mrs. Gladys Stacks, Reporter We at Bryans Mill have been so snow-bound we couldn't col- lect much news. In fact most of us have stayed in doors right by the fire, but you did too. Es- pecially those of you who couldn't ski or skate. One thing certain if you got out you had to work to keep your feet on the icy ground. They'd fly out from under you and you wouldn't even have time to wonder why. However we all enjoyed the snow, especially the children, but I say all, and all that isn't quite true, some of us didn't have enough heat. Many of our butane tanks had to be thawed out and there were some pretty cool folks in Bryans Mill for a while. Scott Elliott, Bryans Mill mer- chant, made two trips to Texar- kana last week. We know that he, along with the men who re- ported for work at Red River Arecnal had a very cold ride. There were some who didn't go. Mary Abston visited with her sister, Mrs. Buddy Lee, of Na- ples lust Thursday. I tall you there wasn't much visiti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 February 1951

'-4- % Jt « WMfc-fjay Mi >- THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEB. 9, 19S1 " CLASSIFIED ADS HAY FOR SALE See Ottis Joyner at Randy Moore Farm, Omaha, Texas. 52-2tc NOTICE: Adding machine paper, second sheets, mimeograph paper, business cords, now in stock at Naples Monitor. FOR SALE: Chevrolet pick up, Delux cab, heater, radio, low mileage. Mrs. Merrel Harrison. tfc-26 WANTED—Responsible man to sell monuments for the largest monument manufacturer in this territory. Liberal commission Write Four States Monument Co 15th and Texas, Texarkana, Texas. 19-tfc T E S S I R I STILL DOING BUSINESS— • Expert Hori* Shoeing Black Smithing That Will Satisfy Truck Beds That Last M. J. SMITH Back of Chevrolet Company NOTICE: Adding machine paper, second sheets, mimeograph paper, business cards, now in stock at Naples Monitor. 'w£ BUY. SELL, TRADE Will pay highest prices for used furniture. Have many bar- gains in new furniture. If its furniture, refrigerators, gas ranges or mattresses see us. Have that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 February 1951

n THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEB. •„ 1951 MARIETTA NEWS Mrs. R. L. Harris, Reporter T. Sgt. and, Mrs. Earl Wom- maek and family left for Chi- cago Tuesday after a visit of several days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wommaek, Sgt. Wommaek who has been stationed at San Antonio the past few years will spend several days in Chicago and then report to Westoner Base at Boston, Mass. from which place he will fly to Paris, France, where he has been assigned to mess hall duty in General Elsenhower's headquarters. His family plans to join him in France later. Also visiting in the Wommaek home during Sgt, Wommack's visit were Wiley Wommaek, Jr. of Birmingham, Ala., Charles Wom- maek of Atlanta, Ga., Miss Myrle Wommaek of Shreveport, La., Mr. and Mrs. Mac Stewart and son of McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Wommaek and daughter and Miss Melba Maples of Yan- tis, Mrs. Leah Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. James Grubbs and family, and Stringer Wommaek all of Linden. This past Sunday Mrs. Leah Stanley, Mr....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 February 1951

V m V THE toAPLES kflNITOfl FMDAY, FEB. «. MSI PERSONALS- Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Whiten- beig of Linden visited Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bowden Sunday. DALTON NEWS Claudine Cromer, Reporter Mrs. Dick Lowery and children of Denton spent the week end here with Dick and with rela- tives. To Brighten Your Home NEW SHIPMENT OF POT PLANTS—CUT FLOWERS Party Arrangements Gift — Novelties NAPLES FLOWER fART Phone 24J Night 4W or 12J We Wire Flowers INEZ THEATRE Naples. Texas Open Week Days 6 p. m. Saturday 2 p. m. FRIDAY 8c SATURDAY HILLS OF OKLAHOMA Rex Allen SAT. NIGHT PREVUE THE BREAKING POINT John Garfield Patricia Neal SUNDAY & MONDAY ROCKY MOUNTAIN Errol Flynn TUESDAY ONLY THE BREAKING POINT John Garfield Patricia Naal « WEDNESDAY 8c THURSDAY ' . • , . 3, V ALL ABOU'i' EVE Bette Davis Anne Baxter Church services were omitted this week end, due to the wea- ther. We hope however, to have our regular Sunday School and B. T. C. services next week end. Let's everyone be present. Funeral services...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1951

* -iw/ ■p* Is • North Morris County Located on The Broadway Of America -w onffor Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 Serving A Rural Section In Morri Caw and B <vie Counties Ov®t Sixty Years ■ VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE — NAPLES, MORRIS COUNT1! TEX., FRIDAY, FEB. 18, 1951 NUMBER 29 **^AA^/VVVVVVV/VVVVV V\/VVVVVVVV\-VVV ■ I \ I ■ t1 Pau! H. Pewitt School News . , •'VVWWWWWVWWWV^VWS^VS/S/WWVW^N Hg^. PRINCIPALS RE-ELECTED At the regular February meet- ing of the School Board last week, L. B. Prewltt was re- elected High Schooft-Principal lor two years and F. M. Adams was re-elected for two years as grammar school principal. These men have done an outstanding job handling affairs in their res- pective towns. P. Y. Gray and Loy A. John son were re-elected for the next term and will serve as princi- pals of the Naples and Omaha situations until the new school is built. NEGRO SCHOOL SITE BOUGHT W. C. Stevens, President of the Board of Education, com- pleted last week a deal th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1951

n - i- mm -*— ■ iy ^ i. « k-tJ - 'V ' * ; * THE NAPLES MONITOR / ' * FRIDAY, FEB. 16, 1951 THE NAPLES MONITOR NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION ESTABLISHED IN 1888 PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS MR. AND MRS. TOM HICKS OWNERS EDITORS, PUBLISHERS Entered as second cltsi mail at N*pl« undte act of CongreM of March Sr<£ 1879 DSUBSCR1PTION 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. Faim News DISTRICT CONSERVATION NEWS Gordon Brooks has resigned from the Marion-Cass SCD Board of Supervisors. Brooks, representing Sub-Division No. 4, felt he would be unable to serve the District adequately due to other demands on his time. The land owners residing in the east- ern half of Mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1951

CLASSIFIED ADS ■! 8 M par *■ HAY FOR SALE Sea Ottls Joyner at Randy Mooce Farm, Omaha, Texas. 52-2tc NOTICE: Adding machine paper, second sheets, mimeograph paper, business cards, now in stock at Naples Monitor. FOR SALE: Chevrolet pick up, Delux cab, heater, radio, low mileage. Mrs. Merrel Harrison. tfc-20 WANTED—Responsible man to sell monuments for the largest monument manufacturer in this territory. Liberal commission. Writ# Four States Monument Co. 15th and Texas, Texarkana, Texas. l -«c YES SIRI STILL DOING BUSINESS— — ttxptrt Horse Shoeing Black Smithing That Will Satisfy Truck Beds That Last M. J. SMITH Bask ef Chevrolet Company BBLDBN LODGE NO. 674 A. F. V A. M., NAPLES, TEXAS, MEETS BACH THIRD THURS- DAY NIGHT EACH MONTH. 8 P. M. BABY CHICKS FOR SALE Every Saturday 1 Day Old... 16c HUMMEL FARM STORE Deuglasville Hi-way Naplaa, Texas Pkeae 2ii err 109 WE BUY. SELL, TRADE WJU pay hlchaat prices for iwad Juraltur*. Hava many bar- «aia« m new furniture. If its furniture, refri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1951

p' - Vi#te I ■W**1 -^v-' t THE NAPLES MNiTOft f-5 ,• "• vV .. ■ ' : " ■■"'# FRIDAY, FEB. 16. 1951 b/m's mill WInews Mrs. Gladys Stacks, Reporter Folks did you hear the wea- ther report Tuesday morning? Here's hoping that the cold wea- ther predicted for East Texas will go to those who need cooler weather. Most of us had all we v,-anted with that huge snow last week. Personaly, your re- porter dreads it, don't have a butane tank to thaw out but just don't care for below zero wea- ther. Mrs. Laura Stacks spent last Monday with Mrs. Gladys Stacks. Mrs. Bun Hall visited with John Eitel. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Prewitt and Mrs. Brit Baskin were in Tyler last Wednesday to see Mr. Bas- kin. As they returned home they stopped in Gladewater to visit with Mr. Prewitt's nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. D Rose. Reported that they spent an enjoyable day with their rela- tives. We believe that Mr. Baskin is gaining in weight and doing fine. We are very glad to learn that he is doing so well, We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1951

. \ ' /? THE NAPLES MONITOR MARIETTA NEWS Mrs. R. L. Harris, Reporter Mrs. O. V. McCord entertained with a Stanley party Friday af- ternoon in the home of Mrs. Naomi Anthony. This was the first party for Mrs. W. E. Wood- son of this community who has recently become a representative in this section for Stanley pro- duets. Prizes were won by Mrs. Dr.C.W.Cromer) Optometrist Office Over Proctor Drug Mt. Pleasant, Texas L. E. Loffer, Mrs Naomi Anthony and Mrs. J. T. Robinson. The hostess served cake and coffee to eleven guests at the close of ihe afternoon. Relatives here have received word of the birth of a daughter on January 29 to Mr. and M(Ts. Roy G. McCord of Simms, who are former Marietta residents. The baby has been named Brenda Diane. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Callahan WRIGHT PAT MAN'5 mmi v;r.nan m FRIDAY. FEB. 16. 19S1 For full Ufa tttUtlon eanturt t*u! norm VETKI INK ADMINISTRATION ulliro DEFENSE EFFORT V I man for man' or tank for tank. One thing that is most im-l The concept Inste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 February 1951

mSEEjm IRr THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY. FEB. 16. 1951 Pewitt Lions DALTON Mi " f I- i NEWS Claudine Cromer. Reporter Mr. and Mrs. Cap Wharton anu Barbara Ann of Albany were week end visitors of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wommack. Other visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wommack over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tolbert and Ben, Sherrilyn Kay Brook and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cromer. Week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlisle, Marcelle ancl Nancy were LaVeme Sosbee of Naples, Mr. and Mrs. Clavis Bell and family jmd Mr. -and Mrs. Edwin Beu and family all of Hooks. Clarence Cromer of Naples vis- ited Saturday morning with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cromer and family Mr. and Mrs. Travis Thomas and family of Daingerfield were week end visitors of Mrs. Janie Hampton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Simmons and family and Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Baugh and family visited in Cornett last week with Mr. Hooper Grant who is ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell and family of Hooks were week end gues...

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