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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1951

North Morris County Located on The Broadway Of y:> -. j. America Naples Oldest Business Institutior#—EstabMsaed in 1886 Serving A Rural Section In Morrlg, Caw and Bowie Comities Ov(« Sixty Yi T NAPLES. MORRIS COUNTY TEX., FRIDAY. APRIL 8. 1151 ,, ■iii: VOLUME SIXTY-FIVE Morris County Courthouse News Week of March 26 through 31 T. A. Thigpen and wife to W. L. Wilhite and wife, warranty deed, lot 3 in block A of North Heights addition to city of Omaha. | William E. DeVore and wife to Mj. G. Brock, warranty deed, lot 6 in Block A of South Heights addition to city of Naples. Paul W. Floyd to Charles H. Floyd, warranty deed, lot in town of Cason. Charles H. Floyd to Doris Floyd Pembleton, warranty deed, lot in town of Cason. I Old^ Parsfe^^warranty1 dcS "lots Pictured above is the ot men who met at the bone biaL- cateteria last Friday to make final plans for the represen- 26, 27 and 28 of Block B of Down iatives to leave in a grouP for Washington where they hoped to have the 35-mile r...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1951

fe- lls T HE NAPLES MONITOR NAPLES OL)&E§T BUS! NESS INSTITUTION ESTABLISHED IlHMI PUBLISHED V EEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS HICKS OWNERS, EDITORS, PUBLISHERS AND MR8. TOM Entered as seco{ <J class . ' «BT mail at Naples under act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879 • , ■ * '' DSJJBSCR1PTION PRICE PER YEAR: In Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.00.—Outside Morris, Cass and Bowie Counties, $8,50 & f> ■<«**,+~ NOTICE TO PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or rejjiita- tion of any.ner ^;*flrin or corporation vhicfr tnay\aW?.«f WW coiumns'«INl^rt ^per^ill b«r^la«Hr «^ected usva Mog brought to the attention,^ the publisher, ^ .r-g.t << ■ marietta ' news i*>9b' • i « ir jMv,r< 1+0/1&*iX - 'Mrs.«R4 < Li. v Hanla, Rfeparter t J *J A.A.I T&Sj. home of Mrs. J. T. clasg.met at the Inson' 'Fri- day for a covered dish!'hiilchebn in honor of her birthday. More than. twenty, members andjguest^ enjoyed the delicious meal." Mrs. Lawrence McC6y**%r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1951

. ill* -. ..• ; V"ii/U;.\ PIP L • • • fe "f . " , j$?,|! fHl MfJMMJUi MtNlTOH Paul H. Pewitt School News . WWWW>AA WAYLON BUCHANAN WINS i provided transportation tor the IN TRACK MEET | children of this group including The district track meet was several guests to the home of held in Texarkana, Saturday,! Jimmy Witt where they were Cannon. March 31, with Waylon Buch- entertained with an Easter party, Sopij "Hot Rod Race": anan being the only entry from and egg hunt. Prize eggs were Pewitt. Buchanan won first found by Roiszine Maxey and place in shot-put, discus, broad Billy Wayne Taylor. The chil- jump, and the half-mile run and dren enjoyed many games. De- won fourth place in the hundred Hcious refreshments were served. yard dash. All together Buch-! OMAHA SIXTH GRADE anan compiled a total of 21 points 100% Spellers: Nellie Cannon, which was the high individual Jack Charlton, Mary Jane preformance for the day. I Cherry, Carolyn Gallow •, Nelda OMAHA FIFTH GRADE ! Gentry, Johnny ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1951

WStWSji W ' f H Bttm j-L— tMi Hktm MoMifOH -I'll**- pridaVi mil i, IUI k ;«t NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF MORRIS CITY Ol NAPLES TO THE RESIDENT QUALI- FIED PROPERTY TAXPAYING VOTERS OF THE CITY OF NA- PLES, TEXAS: TAKE NOTICE that an elec- tion will be held in the CITY OF NAPLES, TEXAS, on the 21st day of April, 1951, on the propo- sitions and at the place more particularly set forth in the elec- tion order adopted by the City Council on the 3rd day of April, 1951, which Is as follows: WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Naples, Texas, deems it advisable and to the best in- terest of said City to submit to the resident qualified property taxpaying voters of said City the proposition of the issuance of 550,000.00 revenue bonds of said City for the purpose of se curing funds with which to con struct extensions and improve ments to the waterworks system of said City; and the proposition INEZ THEATRE Naples, Texas Open Week Days 6 p. m. Saturday 2 p. m. VS&l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1951

Ml ■r Hi m THE naflbs MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL •. 1M1 | CLASSIFIED ADS if m - ■'! FOR SALE: Miaows, all sizes.1 Loy Jennings, City Cafe. 31-4tc YES j I H I STILL DOING BUSINESS— — Export Horso Shoeing — Black Smithing That Will Satisfy Truck Beds That Last M. J. SMITH Back of Chevrolet Company DOUGLASVILLE NEWS Mrs. B. W. Swint, Reporter WE BUY. SELI,. TRADE Will pay hig'.iest prices for tVcd furniture. Have many bar gains in new furniture. If iU furniture, refrigerators, gas ranges or mattresses see us. Have that old laattrass mad* into an innerspring mattress. We pick up and deliver. Phone 936 day or night we give one day service on mat- tresses. i^j See Mrs. Campbell at Camp- bell's Mattress Factory located highway 07, Mt. Pleasant, Texas. NOTICE: Adding machine paper, second sheets, mirrTeograph paper, business cards, now in stock at Naples Monitor. BELDEN LODGE NO. 674 A. F. & A. M., NAPLES, XKAAH, MEETS EACH THIRD THURS- DAY NIGHT EACH MONTH, fc P. M. I i FOR SALE: Two Lots,b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1951

#?■ y,^v;. Hi! ^. Bll >,;, ;* Mir DALTON NEWS Claudine Cromer, Reporter Church, Sunday School and B. T. C. were well attended this week end. Guests at our Satur- day night service were Ronnie Merrill, who is a ministerial stu- dent at Marshall Baptist College and Walzy Wall of Naples. Other visitors in our services were Rev. and Mrs. Leslie Simmons and Bobby Wommack all of Dallas. Mrs. Emma Chatman of Mari- etta visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Knighton. Thursday afternoon visitors of Glenda England were Betty Roberts of Naples, Jeneta Baugh and Lenora Tuck. Mrs. Annie Coker of Bryans Mill was a week end visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brock. Miss Bobby Wommack of Dal- las spent the week end with her parents, M,r. and Mrs. W. D Wommack. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Brock and Sherrilyn had as their guests Sunday the Anderson and Tad- lock families of Ft. Worth. They lived next door to Mr. and Mrs Brock when they lived in Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. William Nash and family of Marietta were S...

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

SERVING A RURAL SECTION IN MORRIS, CASS AND BOWIE COUNTIES OVER SIXTY-FIVE YEARS Patterson / I'. Johnaon Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 MORE NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW THAN ANY OTHER PAPKR IN THE WORLD VOLUME 67 NAPLES. MORRIS COUNTY TEX., FRIDAY, JUNE 19. 19S3 NUMBER «S Cut Use Of Water, City Officials Ask Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson receive the Bronze Star Medal tlorea Jan. 25. At the presenta- tion ceremony at Red River awarded posthumously to their Aisenal are let* to right Major son, Lt. Frank Davidson, Jr., Wilson E. Dukes, the Davidsons who was killed in action in | Brig. Gen. Harrison Shaler, commanding officer of Red River, and Lt. Davidson's sister Mrs. Wilbur Roberts of Dallas. (U. S. Army Photo courtesy Daily News Digest.) Davidsons Presented Son's Award For Brave Action The Bronze Star Medal was presented posthumously Satur- day to First Lieutenant Frank T. Davidson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Davidson of Na- ples, in an impressive ceremon...

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

Cornett News By Mit>i Daisy Heard Rev. J, P. Adair filled the pul- pit beginning a new Conference J ])eop~ie year. There was a fine attend- ance out to hear him. Several visitors were welcome to our church. Rev. Adair began his remarks about John, as he came preaching and teaching the good news. God has a plan for this church. preach to our fellowman every day by our daily lives. If we have sought God and found Him, then our lives should count by service to His kingdom. Missionaries take the peopH' teach and educate along with christianizing them and they g< out with a vow in their heart to High Calling of the Lord Jesus Christ." Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Beits hav< a new grandson. Mr. ar.u Mrs. Billy Betts have a new son, Travis Clyde. These people live in Wichita Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Cowley of California have been visiting teach and christianize two more hls brother Mr. Robert Ingram. Plans for the Vacation Bible School are under way. The fol- He says take up thy cross and...

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

<V" #*«• L m- Dougiassville News Mrs. B. W. Swint, Reporter Hear Ye! Coming to town, REA annual meeting on June 26th. Every one is invited to attend this meeting. There will be plenty to eat and entertainment lor everyone. Dallas Stone wishes to extend thanks and appreciation to his many friends here who sent ' ' - FRIDAY, JUNE It. 1953 THE NAPLES MONITOR evening §' [ Watch This Car! flpwers and cards in memory of Louis Stone who passed away some time ago. Dallas is living with Louis' wife and helping her with the business in Tennessee. We extend sympathy to these friends in the passing of this husband and brother. To know Louis was to love him. He had a lot of friends here. Rev. Goodwin and Mrs. Good- iwn of Atlanta visited with us Sunday. Rev. Goodwin brought a wonderful message to a nice group at the 11 o'clock hour. They were guests for lunch in J. C. Morriss home. We appre ciate them and are always glad for them to come our way. We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of a new p...

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

nUDAT. JUNE 18. 1953 "*THE NAPLES MONITOR MAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION ESTABLISHED IN 1881 PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS MR. AND MRS. LEE NARRAMORE, EDITORS. PUBLISHERS Entered as second class mail at Naples under act °* Congress of LAFF OF THE WEEK i March 3rd, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION 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 aPP®ar columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. S51 Million Contributed to Polio Fight During 1953 March of Dimes Eighty million Americans con- tributed $51,500,000 to the fight against infantile paralysis in the 1953 March of Dimes, it was an- nounced today by Basil O'Con- nor, president of the National Foundation for Infantile Para- lysis. This total, based on imports from 3,069 volunteer campaign c...

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

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1953 Plant Check, Certification Required All sweet potato plants offered and the second not less than 30' days of more than 45 from first. Since the inspections must be made by the last of July, the firs must be made in June. George C. Lunsford, Mt. Plea- sant, is in chanre of the inspec Soil Conservation Supervisor Wins $500 Award for sale in Texas must be in- yons for this area. He may be spected and have a label of cert-| contacted on route I °r by tole- iiication attached to each bundle phoning 875. of 100 plants. The inspection is a safety mea- sure to guard against the spread of insects which have infested many plants in other Texas ar- eas. In order to have the plants certified, they must be inspected while growing in the field. Miss Corinne Henderson oi Texarkana will stay at the Jess Lasater liome this week to take According to Commissioner of( care of Chaplain Claude Harkej Agriculture John C. White, there until Mr. Lasater returns frora...

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

-* - H •' /" 'I..'"- f - . ■ i , - ?' #■ ■ FRIDAY. JUNE 19. 1953 THE NAPLES MONITOR |P-'; I "God's Half Dollars" Passed Oat By Texan Ben Jack Cage, a youthful Texan who heads a multi-mil- ljon-dollar business enterprise, was in conference with a banker. The atmosphere was cool until Mr. Cage reached into his pocket, and handed over a shiny coin a little larger than a half-dollar. Suddenly—as if by magic—the banker warmed up, his entire manner changing. On one -side of the coin was imprinted the lord's Prayer, and on the other, this message by Mr. Cage: "Let us have faith In our Bro ther that we find peace ia the in the bank. Ben Jack Cage, who believes in a business "partnership" with <3od, has had 500.000 of the round ^alt^nunUm Lord,V Prayer coins minted. Now everywhere he goes, the bright metallic discs accompany him, with astonish- ing effect. You may be shaking hands with him, and find that he has passed a coin into your palm. Bus boys and tycoons, labor lead- ers and publis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 June 1951

.War. ' ' 41'' "TJTJW JQ fTRTPK- {«!•1 THE NAPLES MON1TOB N&? ■"■r : ■■■}.' ■ is FKIDAY# JUNE 19* 1953 SHOPPING GUIDE mm$ i$R SSfjS* ■ '••• >1 rex, f-JL. i ■ f ati , J p. l|fe> t WRIGHT PATMAN'S mw KOREA With an armistice in Korea, that does not mean our troubles are over. We will doubtless find the Communists very dif- ficult to deal with and a long time before real peace. Besides, the trouble could explode again. A cease-fire does not neces- sarily mean an abrupt -end to good times, unless the Admin- istration's high-interest policy interferes. Business is expected j to remain at close to its record levels for at least the remainder, of this year. Some experts claim , that a big deflationary spiral is not in the foreseeable future. ! Personally, I am apprehensive' that the high-interest policy is' move devastating than econo- mists and other experts are will- ing to admit; and if it is not Stopped or substantially changed, we are running into serious tro- uble within the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 June 1951

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY. JUNE 19. 1853 Just a bit PERSONAL m §1 FS'Sil: it 41 H / V j \ mr It J fi§; ,■? K -v < < ■ ■ • Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Henderson. "Bill Henderson and Miss Beverly Finley of Mt. Pleasant will leave Friday morning for Sit, Louts, Mo., to pick-up Kathy Hender- J n who will return for a visit «n Naples. They will visit Rock- Bway Beach, Mo., and Eureka Springs, Ark., beforfe returning home. Mrs. Billy Dawson and Sheri •and Macheli of Dallas are vis- iting relatives in Naples and Marietta this week. M- and Mrs-. J-'mmy Bisang and Glenda of El T'rso spent la3t ■week in the heme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ligert. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Bisang ar.d dentin of H Paso spent Monday night witli her sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vis- sering. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Morris had as their guest last week their grandson Stewart Morris of Fort Worth while Dr. and Mrs. Mor- Gerald Davis, who has accept-J rjS an(j another son Steve, vaca- ed a position in Texarkana. spent,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 October 1954

' r*. |n i| | . W ■ m jii Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 Brahmas Meet DeKalb Friday •" * • • 11 I; 4 h VOLUME 69 i Chamber Dinner i Set October 77 ,<j \s gr a' New officers of the Naples Chamber of Commerce will be installed at a dinner meeting to be held on Monday, Oct. 11, at the Pewitt School Cafetor- ium. The meeting will be open to members of the Chamber of Commerce and their wives. In- vitations also will be sent to some other civic leaders of the area. Wilburn Smith of Texarkana, an active man in civic affairs there, will be the guest' speaker at the. installation dinner. Barbecued chicken will be the main dinner course. The Pewitt Home Economics de- partment will be in charge of serving the dinner. Members of the committee who planned the meeting are J. R. Watson, Eugene Falls and It. J. Welch. Ed Thompson, owner of the Thompson Furniture store, will take over as president of the Chamber for the next year and S. T. Smith, who is opening his busines...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 October 1954

the naples monitor OCTOBER 1, 1954 t ys v— ■ .—(•••!••• • ♦?*>♦♦♦♦♦ the Inez Theatre PRESENTS Sand Hill News t! Sunday-Monday HER TWELVE MEN a Greer Garson Robert Ryan Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. GORILLA AT LARGE Cameron Mitchell Anne Bancroft On WIDE Screen ?iv! - r Regular Admission OPEN Week Days 6 p.m. / Saturday 2 p.m. PLUS SECOND FEATURE JUNGLE GENTS Leo Gorcey and the Bowery Boys Fri. and Sat. ROOGIE'S BUMP Lots of folks attended the Bowie County singing conven- tion ljeld at Hubbard's Chapel Saturday night and Sunday. People from Louisiana, Ark- ansas, Oklahoma and several counties in Texas were there. Reports are some real singers from these states did some fine numbers. Though preachers miss ab- sentees, at 11 a.m PAY YOUR Burial Dues AT HANNER FUNERAL HOME NAPLES, TEXAS HANNER BURIAL ASSOCIATION CASS COUNTY BENEFIT ASSOCIATION ATLANTA, TEXAS had nice crowds ah at night. Hurry back. Wefjifjd singers and all. What a fang came to help and ,oh the work done, in the cemetery. . We'll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 October 1954

Uv ; THE NAPLES MONl OR PrfP^i, OCTOBER 1, 1954 ■I .iTrft EH?-. i ¥ f PRESENTS ■Wfe; ULTRA-VISION LO-i©Y ' ■'•'WMm it • The New Look in TV—first really new design since the TV Console. Come in and see it. In modern blond oak or lustrous hand-rubbed walnut. $149.95 /« \BLACK-DAYUTEjfo $14.95 DOWN $2.00 WEEK MWBmi i III M w i'.i v re iijs* Am «l!|!i!i il PI IS W Mm s 1 m w. J^, 1 illkii 10 I &; IP ■ft I ■1% Genuine G-E —the thoroughbred of TV. Unmatched for quality and performance by any set at any- where near thr price. All new— all G.E.—wi.h many exclusive features found in G.E.'s finest sets. G-E Dynapower Speaker with aluminum voice coil for sound reproduction unequalled by any other make! Black-faced picture tube. G-E Glarejector. UHF Optional. Cor.ic in today! I'rirr inrlwhn J-'nU rol K.wlm' Ttix, onr-mnr oil j/ictuni tithe, ->'i dais* <" a: VWi hi Model 21C349 Phyllit Avery, featured with Ray Milland for G.E. in "Meet Mr. McNutley." •\ N i i CORRECT FOR VIEWINC-NEW IN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 October 1954

j . a • OCTOBER 1, 1954 Bp; I#, ■w ■MB Cornett News Rev. Jarrat Major Drought a thought - provoking message Sunday at 11 o'clock from the 3rd chapter of Malachi. He read the 8th verse, "Will a man rob God? Yet ye have robbed Me. But ye say, wherein have we robbed Thee? In tithes and offerings". His remarks were that by failing to realize "All that I am I owe to God" is a way we can ItfiH- SR> The most valuable possession you have in this world is your health, The price you pay for your prescrip- tion is an investment in health - an investment in your future well be- ing. Your prescription is the "big- gest bargain" in your home today. LEEVES PHARMACY THOMPSON'S rob him. We are a steward of all our means, our talents that God has given to us, and we should ren- der service likewise. Have we been a true steward of God? Do we use wisely the things of God? We rob God of his will for us. We take it and tear it apart, and throw it away. We rob God of the soul that needs to be in tune w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 October 1954

Bryans Mill News Services were well attended this past week end, and Bro. McEntire brought some won- derful messages. All who will come and be with us. A new youth program has be better. Mrs. R. P. Brabham returned home Sunday from Dallas, after visiting with her new grand- daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cummings. Mrs. Jack Cohen of St. Johns, Kansas, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cummings, returned home with Mrs. It. P. Brabham for an extended visit. We are glad to report that Mr. I. L. Griffin is some better. Mrs. Charles H. Griffin, Mrs. H. C. Griffin and Mrs. K. L. Shaddix went shopping in Longview Friday. Mrs. Dwight Haggard of Kaufman, Texas is with her mother this week. Union Chapel News Mrs. K. L. Shaddix, reporter O" o Mrs. Jim Musick and Mrs. Jim Martin McCoy spent Wed- nesday with Rev. and Mrs. Lex Lambert at New Boston We are sorry to report that Mrs. D. D. Zimmerman is ser- iously ill. Hope she will soon IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL THE MAPLES BARBER SHOP New Arri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 October 1954

K# ■9 W oo * DOLLY MADISON "D" ft 21 Jewels Jewels Expansion CHOICE SO "H- 4 3d $39.75 ClIPKR 17 Jtw.li '•Winding I Waterproof* xponiion Bond $59.50 WARWICK 21 Jew li {xponiion Sand , $71.50 ,,, MISS UNIVERSE 17 Jewell " fxpaniion tracelel i $39.75 AMERICAN CIR1 "V 17 J*wit $49.50 AD0RAIU 17 ; w< [xponiion Bracelet $59.50 DOllY MADISON "C* 21 Jewell 3 Diomondt $71.50 *W*t«rproof it lon( tt cryiUt li intact, cat* unopened. Only • (•wpctent jewtler iNould rtplict or clOM cue, f k«i kxl Si T«x GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIR Jimmie Gilbert Jeweler ANNUAL NEWS The '55 Round-Up Staff met Monday September 27, to set the price of the annuals. After discussing the price of print ing, shipping, etc, the staff set the price as $3.75 for each annual. The staff wishes to take this opportunity to thank each of the businessmen who bought an ad and helped to make possible the printing of our annual , SENIOR CLASS The senior class met Thurs- day September 23, to discuss plans for the coming year. Plans ...

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