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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1951

KSSHl North Morris County Located on The Broadway Of America J' Ulmtitor Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 Serving A Sural Section In Morris, Cmm and Bowie Counties Ovv Sixty Years K VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE NAPLES. MORRIS COUNTY TEX., FRIDAY. FEB. 23. 1951 NUMBER 30 W1 VVVVVWVVVVS/VVVV>^/VVWVVVVVVWVVVVVS/S^^VVVVVVVVV Paul H. Pewitt School News . . . m ;><? NOTICE TO SCHOOL ' -tt TAXPAYERS A list of 335 delinquent tax payers of the Omaha and Naples School Disricts involving $4574.34 due the Pewitt School District was turned over to the Pewitt School Superintendent this week by the Tax Collector. The Superintendent of Schools states that he urges the interest- ed persons to use the few days while the attorney is preparing his work to see the Pewitt School Tax Collector and make any ad- justments desired. Other tax agencies like the City of Omaha, City of Naples, the County and State will join in these suits, and will make it even more difficult on the tax payer...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1951

THE NAPLES MONITOR NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION ESTABLISHED itf 1888 PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS MR. AMD MRS. TQM HICKS OWNERS. EDITORS, PUBLISHERS Baited as second class mail at Naples under a<* of Congress of March 3rd? 1819 DSUBSCRIPTION PRICE PER YEAR: In Morris, Cass and Bowie Commies, $2.00. Outside Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.50 J, Mia ^ *HE NAPLES MOMlTOft - ■ FRIDAY, FEB. 23. 18S1 NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputa- tion of any person, firm or corporation which may aPP*ar 1° th® columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. WRIGHT. PATMAN 5 ID mw MILITARY AND CIVILIAN OUTPUT High officials in charge of de- fense planning believe our eco nomy will be able to produce about $275-billion of goods and services annually in the next two or three years for civilian use aad 50-billion annually for military consumption. The record production is expected to b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1951

!. fpfSs mr\ ■ *f> THE NAPLES MONITOR 1951 Heart Campaign Still In Need of More Money; C. J. ITise, Local Chair.; Do Your Part In Raising This Quota Excltng news about man's strug gtry. Many lives being saved to- gle against heart diseases has day would have been sacrificed been headlined in the nation's i to heart and blood vessel diseases press. The signs Indicate that we' a few years ago. Much suffering may be on the threshhold of im-l and disability arebeing prevented portant new discoeries in the or lessened due to new facts un- FRIDAY. FEB. 23. 1951 Gle Sarge- YOUR FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE? OH, PLEASE, TARZAN . . . THAT KIND OF PROTECTION MIGHT HAVE BEEN ALL RIGHT FOR THE CAVEMEN BUT YOU'VE GOT A LOT MORE TO LOSE AND MORE WAYS OF LOSING IT. BETTER PUT DOWN THAT WAR CLUB AND GET YOUR- SELF GOOD, THE-M1NUTE COVERAGE. SOUND, UP-TO- INSURANCE WE HAVE IT FOR YOU. BETTER STOP IN AND GET IT NOW TROUBLE STRIKES. BEFORE ' r Granberry insurance Agency Phone: 37 W Naples "Any Kind of Ins...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1951

J? is '\ -A,- au. TOE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY. FEB. 23. 1951 10 Cass County Bootleggers Arrested Sheriff Johnny Thompson, with the cooperation of the Texas Liquor Control Board, continued his efforts this week to clean out the Cass county bootleggers. Raids this week were culminated with ten arrests and the filing of 18 cases. Several gallons of bonded and corn whiskey were turned over to the County At tomey's office for evidence in the prosecution of the case9. Arrests were county-wide with the defendants giving home ad- dresses of Avinger, Atlanta, Lin- den and Hughes Springs. The following cases were fiJed with W. A. Watson, District Clerk: Willie Lee Jones, sale of whis- key in a dry area, two cases; Cipeo Turner, sale of whiskey in a dry area, one case; Reed Royal sale of whiskey in a dry area, one case; Tidwell Richardson, sale of wine in a dry area, two cases, and one case of possession of whiskey for the purpose of sale; Lorenza Blalock, sale of whiskey in a dry area, one case...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1951

71W "THE NAPLES MONITOR IfcihH rTfcaw FRIDAY. FEB. 83. 1ISI CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE: Miuows, all sizes. Loy Jennings, City Cafe. 31-4tc FOR SALE—Post Oak post, 6"/4 ft. See C. W. Heard, Naples, Texas. 28-6tp FOR SALE—ABC Washing ma- chine with water pump. Method- ist parsonage Phone 73 tfc FOR SALE: Slightly used wash- ing machine with automatic pump, perfect condition. See Mrs. Z. Z Smith at Welch Bu- tane office. tfc HAY FOR SALE See Ottis Joyner at Randy Moore Farm, Omaha, Texas. H§A|U 52-2 tc NOTICE: Adding machine paper, second sheets, mimeograph paper, business cards, n*w in stock at Naples Monitor. FOR SALE: Chevrolet pick up, Delux cab, heater, radio, low mileage. Mrs. Merrel Harrison. t 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-tic Pewitt School continued from page 1 YES SIR! STILL DOING BUSINESS— ■ Expert Horso Shoeing Bla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1951

Mr - THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEB. 23. 1951 DANIEL CHAPEL NEWS Mrs. Orb Gibbs, Reporter JvOn a Luxury Flight to Europe Mrs. Ethel Cobb visited her brother and other relative# in Greenville over the week end. Dood Davis of Texarkana vis- ited his brother, O. E. Gibbs Satuurday. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Cobb vis- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willeford Sunday. There was just a few out at Sunday School Sunday because of the bad weather, but a large crowd was present Sunday night. Guests in the O. E. Gibbs home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lancaster, Bro. Mills and wife of Hooks. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ragland visited her mother, Mrs. Mor- man who lives in Texarkana over the week end. Mrs. Ethel Cobb visited Mrs. Ruby Willeford Friday. Mrs. Edna Gibbs was in New Boston Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cobb have moved to the Mrs. Mattie Wise place at Rocky Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Davis of County Line community visited his sister, Mrs. Lillie Murphy, Saturday. We are sorry t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1951

CORNETT NEWS Farm News i district conservation news John W. Bradford of the Spring dale Group has made much pro- gress in applying his Conservation Plan. When Bradford purchased his farm 11 years ago the carry- ing capacity of his pasture was only 6 to 8 head of cattle depend- ing on the amount of rainfall in the summer. Since that time he has improved his pasture by clearing, fertilizing, seeding and mowing. Last summer he easily carried 51 head and says, "I could carry 75 head next sumer if I could be sure of the rainfall we had last year", Another progressive, pasture week a quilting and shower was minded farmer is J. C. Ilutehi- held for Mr. and M,rs. Mack Cor- s°n whose farm is located on the nett whose house burned during Texarkana highway about 0 miles the snow. Two quilts were North of Atlanta. According to quilted, and a nice shower given, his operator McAlexander, he Sam Thomas received a broken "was able to carry 00 head of cattle shoulder while playing football 3 years a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 February 1951

THE NAPLES MONITOR I '< |?E® H 11 | S$i ■ i lv-'l 14' I 1 11 I I PERSONALS.. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Falls of Fort Worth spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Falls. >„• tlJft Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Walls and Mrs. Jack Vissering were in Dallas Sunday to visit Mrs. Vissering and Mrs. Walls sister, Mrs. S J. Brooks who is a pa- tient in the Baylor hospital. Week end guest* in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wommack were their children, Mr. and Mrs. George Landrum and Miss Dorothy Wommack of Dallas. Also visiting them during the week end were Mrs. John Hugh Ellis and Barbara, Mrs. Leslie Beaslay and baby of Omaha. 'ENRICHED PKMfflATUIlOaa SHOTS' FANT MILLING CO.' SHCRMAN. TIXAI £ Watson Groc. Co. I k| in SHOP THE DAVIS CO. 10c COUNTER Where Your* Money Buys More! Worcestershire Sauce, S os bot. ] FIGORO lOo French's S os jar MUSTARD 10c Welch's 4 os bet, GRAPE JUJCE 10c Del Haven 10 os can ea. 1 KRAUT 10c Royal River SARDINES 10c TOMATO SOUP 10c HERSHEY'S SRYUP 10c 9 ox Del M...

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

MIM^v «SKMHMMNIM|(MI ■7 1 */ ■ Kk . . iflfl North Morris County Located on The Broadway Of America mtttor Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE Paul H. Pewitt School News. . . IWIWI<WWVW"""". - . . i-innru-Lnj uui E. A. Florence New Mgr. of REA Douglassvile NAPLES. MORRIS COUNTY TEX., FRIDAY, MARCH 2. 1951 Serving A Rural Section In Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties Ov«ir Sixty Years Morris County Courthouse News "BACK TO SCHOOL" NIGHT printed ballot. www elected from a Jack Vaughan and Earl Strick- Tfie President is Sonny McNatt; land, Masters of the Omaha and vice President. Vesta Trumble; Naples Masonic Lodges, and the } , secretary, Lillian Tomber- School Superintendent have plan- Jf'nj the' treasurer, Nancy ned a "Back to School" night for Shults- The dub was named Monday Mprch 5 to acquaint the The Book club" We will patrons with their public schools. on Wedaesday after lunch. The Masonic Fraternity has ? feos are lc 11 week- This ^ done a g...

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

-V' ' V: ; •... vh« waplss Moisrrro* THE NAPLES MONITOR NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION ESTABLISHED IN MM PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS MR. AND MRS. TOM HICKS OWNERS, EDITORS. PUBLISHERS Entered as second class mail at Navies under act of Congress of March 3r< 1ST# DSUBSCRlPTION PRICE PER YEAR: In Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.00. Outside Motris, 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 aPPW'ln the columns of this newspaper wiU be gladly corrected, upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. WRIGHT- PATMAN'S mw COMMUNIST SUPPLY SERGE- ANT. Many people still insist that our Government should support FANT MILLING CO Imimuh, tixaiI Membra of the Committee named were: Mansfield, of Mon- tant; Evins, of Tennessee; Burton of Virginia: Multer, of New York; and McKinnon of California. The Republican Members named, were: Halleck, of Indiana; Hill...

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

-,j ■ IfOHiron CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE: Miaows, all sizes. Loy Jennings, City Cafe. 31-4tc FOR SALE—Post Oak post, 6W ft. See C. W. Heard, . Naples, Texas. 2B-6tp FOR SALE: Slightly used wash ing machine with automatic pump, perfect condition. See Mrs. Z. Z Smith at Welch Bu tane office. tfc HAY FOR SALE See Ottis Joyner at Randy Moore Farm, Omaha,' Texas. 52-2tc NOTICE: Adding machine paper, second sheets, mimeograph paper, business cards, now in stock at Naples Monitor. WANTED—Responsible man to sell menuments for the largest monument manufacturer 'in this territory. Liberal commission. Writs Feur States Monument Co. ISth and Texas, Texarkana, Texas. l#-tfc YES SIRI i STILL DOING BUSINESS— —— Expert Horse Shoeing Black Smithing That Will Satisfy Truck Beds That Last M. J. SMITH Back of Chevrolet Company BELDEN LODGE NO. 674 A. F. & A. M., NAPLES, TEXAS, MEETS EACH THIRD THURS- DAY NIGHT EACH MONTH. 8 P. M. WE BUY, SELL. TRADE Will pay highest prices for used furniture. Have ma...

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

sr? 1. tw Personals Mr. and Mrs. F D. Watson ot Venice, Calif, have moved to Na- ples to make their home. j ' Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Rutland had with with them for dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Spur- ger of Dallas, Mrs. Alice Spurt* of Marietta and Mrs. Horace Freeman and Jene and Judy. Mrs. J. C. Sullivan and Mr*. W. C. Sullivan were ia Texar- kana Monday. I Mrs. H. O. Spurger want te Dallas Sunday far a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ban Spurger ai ' Mr. and Mra. Folk Fraamac. Mr. an«l Mrs. Dan Mcreiarfl j of DaJngeriiaid war* Sunday guests of the Hssiry MoreUnd family. Visiting k«is Coker last w« end wara hte daughters and granddaaghtara af Houston, Mrs. Jama# S. Carr and Candaco and Mrs. Rehsrt C. Lambert and Linda Alee. Mr. xut Mra. Ouster Stewart of Whittier, Calif., announrta tha birth af a sea, Jamas, born Feb. i; 23. ■ THE HAULER MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH I. IM! Mrs. C. D. Hlbhetta returned home last Saturday from a visit with her daaghter and Jamlly Mr. ami Mrs. Paul O'DeU la Biriaiajhs...

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

\ ft . !' ' 7V . ■t. : '.ri; ■■. iJW . wWmMM&wmM&w HC WA^UJa MoNlTOn rntDAY, MARCH 3. 1831 YOUR FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE? OH, PLEASE, TARZAN . . . THAT KIND OF PROTECTION MIGHT HAVE BEEN ALL. RIGHT FOR THE CAVEMEN BUT YOU'VE GOT A LOT MpRE TO LOSE AND MORE WAYS OF LOSING IT. BETTER PUT DOWN THAT WAR CLUB AND GET YOUR- SELF GOOD, SOUND, UP-TO- THE-MINUTE INSURANCE COVERAGE. WE HAVE IT FOR YOU. BETTER STOP IN AND GET IT NOW BEFORE TROUBLE STRIKES. Granberry Insurance Agency Phone: 37 W Naples "Any Kind of Insurance'* MARIETTA NEWS Mrs. R. L. Harris, Reporter Bro. Troy Conner of Houston, student at East Texas Baptist College at Marshall, was guest singer at bo in Sunday services. He led the regular su;ig strvicej as well as rendering several special numbers. Mrs. Curtis Jones and Mrs. Forrest Tenbrook were hostesses for a miscellaneous shower CORNETT NEWS Sunday was Layman's day at the Methodist churcn. Mr. Alisup of Union Chapel spoke, ilia windage was enjo>ea by all. Ht-v. rt...

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

F Vt pi hs Si g< ol F V k E TV 0 8 1 e e J I I m I'M < ^5! THE NAPLES MONITOR .* _ • i —— : FRIDAY, MARCH 2, l«Si Red Cross Launches $85,600,000 hind Campaign Starting March 1 -.Ir.ro Than 1.500,000 Volunteer* to Assist in Month-Long Drive To finance what may be the greatest work in its 69-year his- tory, the American Red Cross March 1 launches a month-long campaign to raise $85,000,000 lor next year's operations. On that day some 1,500,000 Red Cross volunteers in com- munities throughout the nation begin the task of raising the 1951 goal, up 27 percent over last vear's $67,000,000 quota. "The $18,000,000 boost in this year's goal is due entirely to the enormous load placed on the Red Cross by expanding military forces and by the civil defense program," said E. Roland Harriman, Red Cross president. Mr. Harriman asserted that the Red Cross part in civil defense alone "constitutes the biggest peacetime program in which the organization has ever engaged.' "In addition, the Red Cr...

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

/ ' „ North Morris County Located on The Broadway Of America rs iKumtor Naples Oldest Business Institution-—Established in 1886 Ov v .Sixty Y VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY TEX.. FRIDAY, MARCH t. 1M1 Paul H. Pewitt School News . . NUMBER 32 *E*v<T^>,A*</<PLAWS'~athletic*w>'<~w*vs'<,vw>T~vvwws'>~v'vv>'''''v" ' b'an°uet I Leon Coker Is Mrs. Harold Parsley, Presi- __ _ dent of the P. T. A. has requested f hfkopn MOmnOY the gym and Cafeteria at Naples v/OC f I irJCIfCI/Cf for March 15, Thuursday, 7.30 p.1 *7 /t m. for a banquet for football, £jOTI€ L01111)11 basketball and band letter stu- de«ts- | Leon Coker of Coker Chevro- A banquet will be held later let Co. has just been made a in the spring in the new school member of a zone committee cafeteria for all students letter- which will study problems of ing in literary and athletic Chevrolet dealers and make events. This will be the first an- suggestions for the future deve- Large Crowd Exptcted Fo...

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

■■EViv •■ r ' A •' . , ; , , ■*' " . • . . BTJ • '■ s - MZ4 WC'.l' THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 1951 Py|£'> Rife; li- Wm' K* m* I MARIETTA NEWS Mrs. R. L. Harris, Reporter M • • . Bro. Jolin Taylor, student of East Texas Baptist College at Marshall, filled the pulpit Sun- day -in the absence of the regular pastor, Rev.' Hoytt Lemon. Members and guests of the Gleaners class met at the home of Mrs. L. E. Loffer Wednesday for a covered dish luncheon in honor of her birthday. About eighteen members and guests en- jayed the delicious meal. Members of the young people's training union with their lead- ers, Mrs. Naomi Anthony enjoyed a_ social at the school lunch room one night last week. Candy making was the chief diversion of the evening. Mrs. Polk Hanes quietly ob- served her 89th birthday Sun day, March 4th at her home with four qf her seven children present. A daughter, Mrs. > W. J. Traylor of Dallas presented her with a huge cake beautifully decorated for the occasion. A...

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

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH >, 1SS1 it— ■ CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE: Mlncws, all sizes. Loy Jennings, City Cafe. 31-4tc FOR SALE—Post Oak post, 6V4 ft. See C. W. Heard, Naples, Texas. 28-6tp 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 YES 8IRI STILL DOING BUSINESS— —— Expert Horse Shoeing Black Smithing That Will Satisfy Truck Beds That Last M. J. SMITH Back of Chevrolet Company BELDEN LODGE NO. 674 A. F. & A. M„ NAPLES, TEXAS, MEETS EACH THIRD THURS- DAY NIGHT EACH MONTH. 8 P. M. MONUMENTS COMPLETE SELECTION .OF FINE MONUMENTS AM) MARKERS FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. STAR MEMORIAL COMPANY ON NEW DALLAS HIGHWAY MT. PLEASANT. TEXAS FOR SALE: Two Lots,beau Uxuiy located in city - limits,on broati- way of America Highway. Oac ready lor building, home fenced shrubs, orchard, all con vie acts available. Also other lot nice for business or ...

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

. ■ ! THE NAPLES MONITOR g EST X-RAY «ca FRIDAY and SATU MARCH 9th and Time: Fri. 9 to 5:30 -Sat. 12 to 8 put at The Chester Coker Motor Co. Show Room far FRIDAY. MARCH 9, 1951 1 cn 1 GET YOUR CHEST X-RAYED AND 1 PREVENT THIS SCENE ON IHE SS | RIGHT FROM EVER HAPPENING TO YOU | THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE DIE = EACH YEAR FROM TB-HELP CON- TROL THIS DREADED DISEASE ¥ t GET YOUR X-RAY TODAY DON'S FORGET THE DATE FRIDAY & SATURDAY MARCH 9 & 10 TIME: FRIDAY, 9 TO 5.30 SATURDAY. 11 TO 8.30 I \ I i I v IT'S GREAT... To Know You're Healthy! It's great to be healthy—and great to know it! Tha's why thous- ands of families today are having their cheats X-rayed. Fathers and mothers want to be sure that they are not endangering the future health and happiness of their children. They also want to know that their children are perfectly healthy, and that infection does not threaten them. You're doing a favor to yourself, your family, and your commun- ity when you have your chest checked. Keel good...

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

:->;v ....-few-- CplesTM6nitoh PERSONALS- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Russell of Hooks were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Baldy Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Wommack and Rebecca of Yantis were Sat- urday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Mil- ler. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Miller were Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Byron of Linden. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlisle were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bell and son and Miss LaVerne Sos- bee. Claude Bell is visiting this week with his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Carlisle. Bro. Sam McNeill and Gayland McNeill of Dallas were Naples visitors one day last week. FOR THE BEST Ufcv DELICIOUS STEAKS FRIED CHICKEN COME TO BOHANNA N'S Friendly and Courteous Service Always m We Carry A Complete Line of HUMBLE PRODUCTS GAS OIL TIRES WE HAVE EM' HATTERIKS ETC. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES EXPERT WASH AND GREASE WORK —MAKE YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE AT— SLIDER GROCERY « SERVICE STA. When Your Doctor Prescribes H...

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

: i f t s THE NAPLES MONITOR I 1® u©( ): HMfiDffiS&SMIHKIS® x'&lfflXMifli - : " ■■ . . ? ' «*, < — T&~' gmI km" !m PROTECT IT If a blow comes, you will be glad you have Windstorm Insurance. You won't have to pay hundreds of dollars out of your own pocket to restore your property if you have your fire insurance policy extended to cover windstorm damage. ASK THIS AGENCY ABOUT IT! Cranberry Insurance Agency Phone: 37 W Naples "Any IUnd of Insurance" Ask About Our "Pay-aa-you-use-it Plan" FW KttXfo'8 SHOP THE DAY IS CO. 4 DALTON ' NEWS Claudia# Cromer, Reporter Church services were omitted Sunday night due to the fact that a large number from here attended services at the Bryans Mill church. * Among those at- tending services there were Mr, and Mrs. Iloc Smith and Donny, Mrs. Emma Chatman, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Jones, William Sim- mons, Mr. aild Mrs. Leotis Robi- son and faniliy, Mr. and Mfs. RuXus Robison and Joyce, Mrs. Bernice Goolsby, Junior, Steve, Jimmy dncTLenda Ann,...

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