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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 October 1954

THE NAPLES MONITOR ■■ >'y,'••-.•••a iHBi 1 O— o Dougfassville News Mrs. B. W. Bwuit,, Reporter O O The weather man promised us a rain this week end but we are disappointed again. It is still hot and dr$ here. All church school workers, - P HEARING AID Batteries & Cord LOWERY'S Drug Store . superintendent and teachers are urged to attend a district institute at First Church al Duingertield on Thursday even- ing at 7:30 p.m. Several from here plan to attend. Members of WSCS will meet this Monday evening at church in a regular meeting witb a special program. Mrs. Watt McCall will conduct the "Trea- sure hunt" as leader. Mrs. Watt McCall, Mrs. Inez Heath, Mrs. J. C. Morriss, Mrs. Joe Lambert, Mrs. Weaver Mc- Coy, Rev. Hardwick and Mrs. W. A. Jackson also Mrs. B. W. Swint attended WSCS seminar in Pittsburg Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Garrison and, son, Cade, of Pecan Gap, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Oler and son, Bruce, of Shreveport, were guests in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 October 1954

" i v 4 w« iff KHf1 I ' i i' OCTOBER 1, 1954 Just a bit Miss Pat Hampton of Com- merce, a student at East Texas State Teachers College, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton. Week end visitors with Rev. and Mrs. Elton Elrod and fam- ily were Mrs. Callie Robison and Johnnie of Timpson. Mrs. G. L. Kennedy of Hask- ell, Texas is visiting in the J. M. Hampton home this week. Mrs. M. B. Hampton and Mrs. A. J. Davis were in Texarkana Saturday. & PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Downs of Hope, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Kirkpatrick of Mag- nolia visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Garrett Sunday. 91 ★ The KING ant: 1 Great Broadway Musical Show! ★ !CE CYCLES OF '55 ★ AUTO DAREDEVILS ★ COTTON BOWl FOOTBALL ★ NEW WOMEN'S BLDS. ★ HOUSE BEAUTIFUL ★ AUTOMOBILE SHOW ★ PAN-AMERICAN LIVESTOCK ★ BIRD SHOW ★ AGRICULTURE ★ FREE ACTS ★ 10,000 FREE EXHIBITS 3 OCT. 9-24 * DALLAS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Barker and daughter of Athens were visitors in the C. V. Henderson home S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 October 1954

>1 I 111 an Vd He lic- sr- ec i's re. bne PP. ny Irs. i " I i 'SPl 'US !'fti i| I uice ancy 19c I •1 19c .25c I . 15c •"«[ > . 13c - 23c 'I Naples lltatttnr Naples Oldest Business Institution—Established in 1886 VOLUME 69 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, OCT. 8, 1954 NUMBER 10 I'M Joe Taylor To Head Farm Census In Three Counties Joe P. Taylor, Jr. has been appointed as a crew leader for the 1954 Census of Agriculture. Taylor will direct a force of enumerators who will canvass all farms in Morris, Marion and Camp Counties. lie reported Monday to the census agricul- ture field office in Dallas for a week of training. The crew leader is one of the key people in the field operation of the Census of Ag- riculture. It is his responsiblity to train the enumerators and supervise their work; plan and allocate work assignments; re- view the work of the enumer- ators and take remedial action where necessary, and to con- duct difficult enumerations. After attending the training confer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 October 1954

•' I. -I> .. More People Own Homes OCTOBER 8, 1954 THE NAPLES MONITOR I ■ I I Vastly improved nev are available to more people today than ever before in the history of America-and more people are enjoying the bene- -fits of owning their own homes than ever before as a result. Today about 55 percent of all families own their homes— while about 45 per cent rent them. This is a reversal of the traditional situation when more families rented than owned their homes. This has come about since World War II and is a reflect- ion of the record-shattering production of new homes. More than eight million new homes have been built in the last eight years, with most of them pur- chased by their occupants. Many advances have been made in construction methods. Today's homes are better in- sulated, and are 'tighter'. This cuts down heating costs and conserves fuel. With more win- dow area, they are lighter and brighter, and improved lighting systems give the proper kind of lighting at night—whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 October 1954

4 ES MOh THE NAPLES MONIlOR OCTOBER 8, 1954 Marietta ' *r rrrirT- News By Mra. R. L. Harrli #1 The W. M. U. met Wednes- day, September 29 in the homo of Mrs. Henry Wommack for an all social. Each member took a covered dish. During the day seventeen garments were com- pleted for the orphan's home. Thirteen members were pre- §fp' HANNER FUNERAL HOME PHONE 38 Naples Texas ORVAL C. MILLER. Mgr. TWENTY-rOUR HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE COMPLETE FUNERAL SERVICE Ask About our Burial Poll cleg Hfywmr*! "ii—nrr- ~ — — - — sent. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Grisham of Richardson were recent vis- itors in the D. !«,. Roger's and and G. K. Grisham's, Jr. homes. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Ten- brook and daughter, Karen, have returned to their home here after spending the past several months in New Mex- ico. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Robin- son and son, Gary, of Garland were visitors in the Joe Robin- son home this week end. Miss Christine Duncan of Dallas spent a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Duncan a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 October 1954

1 OCTOBER 8, 1954 THE NAPLES MONITOR Mrs. B. P. Jacobs Celebrates 75th Birthday Sunday Children, grandchildren, and friends met Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Lee Jacobs to help Mrs. B. P. Jacobs celebrate her 75th birth- day. Her birthday was Monday. October,4. There was a wpnderful lunch spread on tables in the back yard at the noon hour. The children that were pre- sent were: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beggs, Mr. H. J. Williams, Mrs. Versey Cohb, and Mary Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Jacobs, and diildren, Mrs. Vernon Jacobs, and Charles Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Earlie Jacobs and iStildren all of Naples. Urs. Kittie Williams of Tex- arkana, Mrs. Ethel Byrd and Dwight of Simms, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lancaster and Wil- ma Fay and a girl friend, all of New Dianna, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jacobs and Douglas of Hughes Springs. The grandchildren were: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lancaster and children, and Mrs. Char- lene Hargroves and children all of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Dewie Barton and children of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 October 1954

/ ii THE NAPLES MONIlOR WslSffl OCTOBER 8, 1954 J «o oar- nalnt. Wilfow- mi. with food let. I wouki, nptin ct i r rxttnalv* ' Elve^-srtVulBH ng< iiI on ant HM*nu«i. 155>. Clobi and >*a I *•*&• * . r_ * •> r—(i 11JBM NM _ mctar , rfmm, a , _ . _ «n forttv fi. /out IW Mr*. IratrCor wurkaMt: m«i> wiuvla I BUI*. i«l W M* ridle Path VWV ♦H M*" "'r Mwi. balance part mod hi I IM vhIKMI Nnh UihuImv . iw IN Millinn Pr*i«/ te ■ Baptist Church Activities • • Rev. Morris Hill, Pastor Sunday SciuM? 10 a. m Morning Worship 11 A M Training Union—7:00 p. m. Evening worship—8:00 p. m. Mid-week service—Wednesday 8:00 p. cn. Daniels Chapel Church News By Mrs. Omer Jacobs O o The people of this commun- ity are rejoicing over the won- derful rain that God has sent to this part of the earth. We find ourselves grumbling and complaining about the weather but after all, God knows best. We are still carrying on our work for the Lord, but our crowds are away too small. Much smaller than the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 October 1954

H Er -ffc II IS n I r- ' 1 Hx V%W 1 V:: '• ' 11 Hm I Hpfe. ?< &f. fx i { «• & ■ ?/ i I -A r,;, ^ OCTOBER 8, 1954 THE NAPLES MONITOR Sand Hill News Ben Johnson's sister, Mrs. McCleod, is spending some days in his home. Her broken limb is improving. She will soon be walking. Well, from reports since the squirrel season opened, some of the boys failed to get the legal quota. Mrs. Moon from Alabama is visiting her niece, Mrs. Elmer Kruse. Talking about going back, she said Alabama seems more like home. Mrs. Lewis, who lives in Texarkana and is an aunt of Mrs. Elmer Kruse, is also visiting in her hme. Bro. Finley and a lot of his folks from Wards Creek attend- ed service. Bro. Finley had Stop Taking Harsh Drugs for Constipation Avoid Intestinal Upset! Get Relief This Gentle Vegetable Laxative Way! For constipation, never take harsh drugs. ) They cause brutal cramps and griping, disrupt normal bowel action, make re- peated doses seem needed. When you are temporarily consti- pat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 October 1954

THE NAPLES MONITOR OCTOBER 8, 1954 4; I Jj The BRAHMA CORRAL STUDENT IN HOSPITAL The senior class and students of P. II. S. regret the recent ill- ness of Betty Garrett. She is in room 7 in the David Granberry Memorial Hospital in Naples. Betty has had many visitors and all wish her a speedy re- covery and hope to see her in school soon. SENIOR CLASS The senior class in their reg- ular weekly meeting made def- inite plans for the senior spon- sored talent show to be held October 18, in the Pewitt cafe- torium at 7:30. The admission is to be 35c for adults and 20c for students. All entries should be turned in to Sara Giles, Sara Kay, Margie Boozer, or Tack Doolittle. THE NAPLES MONITOR PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NAPLES, TEXAS Mr. and Mrs. Lee Narramore, Editors. Publishers Entered as second class mail at Naples under act of Con- gress of March 3rd, lS"^ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE PER tYEAR: In Morris. Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.00. Out- side Morvis, Cass and Bowie Counties, $2.50. NOTICE TO PUBLIC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 October 1954

■ #K*i ■ ">V,J mm. Wfr! I vf,"< rv. ., • ■ ' " 'V OCTOBER 8, 1954 NAPLES MONITOR Just a bit Mr. and Mrs. James Saunders have moved from Greenville to Kffleen, Texas where Mr. Saun- ders has accepted a position with the Army-Navy Store. Mrs. Saunders has accepted a posi- tion with the First National Bank. Mrs. 0. P. Higgins has re- turned to her home after a few weeks visit in Dallas with her daughter Mrs. R. F. Knight. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Wise at- tended the coronation of the Queen of the Rose Festival at Tyler last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hampton arid Patricia Ann and Mr. and Mrs, Sam Hawkins spent Sat- urday and Sunday in Antlers, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Hale and Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Len- nox Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- cus Gibson, all of Bogata, were Sunday visitors with the S. T Smiths. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hicks have received word that their son, Corporal R. A. Hicks, is being sent to Hawaii. Cpl. Hicks has been in Korea for the past 12 months. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hicks J. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1956

"" ""ir /$?••'■: J? "V'.V ; ■■ '•/■-■■ '• *,- ■'••'' ' '" ipp- ■ — " {'■.. npirs HKnnttnr NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 70 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, JAN. 27, 1956 NUMBER 26 I i H : all k | R '-r,-W4 Mite « -mP >« tir Wfc-- iff! i H «•' ! r 1,795 PAID BY WEDNESDAY Pall Tax $s isk In County As Deadline Draws Near ' 1! 23 Masons Receive 25{faar Service Pins Twenty-three members of the Belden Lodge No. 674, A. F. and A.M., received their 25-year ser- vice pins at a ceremony Tuesday night of last week at Pewitt high school. J. M. Falls, Emmett Fleming, and Dr. I. M. Watson are shown receiving their pins in the picture above. Joe Sullivan is in the back- ground at the right. The girls are Jeanne Ruth Falls, Martha Strick- land and Sandra Smith. Others who received the pins were E. J. Alexander, Leon Coker, Homer Cole, W. N. Ellis, C. W. Floyd, J. M. Hampton, W. M. Free- man, C. V. Henderson, Don B. Johnson, J. M. Lassater, Wayne Leeves, R. P. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1956

iSfi'v'tplli m THC NAN.ES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1954 Douglassville fey Mrs. B. W. Swint At last we have had a nice rain and may have more this Monday morning. Good things come to those who wait long enough. Our sick friends all seem to be improving. Mr. Jess Duke has been added to the sick list today. Dewitt McCall returned Saturday from St. Michael's Hospital where he underwent surgery last week. There are no new cases of chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McCoy and Mrs. H. 0. Allen Sr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Rube McCoy of Smyrna last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. 0. Allen Sr. visited relatives and friends in Texark- ana Friday. Miss Alice Ormond, Mrs. Inez Heath, Mrs. Inez McCall, Mrs. Net- tie Granberry, Mrs. Lutie Gran- berry and Mrs. Willie Herrington visited Mrs. Abb Oliver of Mar- shall Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver are at home in Marshall with their daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Mc- Clurg. They reported a wonderful lime. Mrs. Mabel Carwile Brush of Austin has been a recent visitor he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1956

Dalton Cli ot y Mrs. J. H. Cromer Jeneta Baugh visited Sunday with Nancie Jean Thomas. Mrs. Mag Harkey spent Satur- day afternoon with Mrs. Perry nighton. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Hogue and girls have been visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruffus Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Hogue and family plan to leave for Japan in a short time where he will be stationed with the army. Funeral services for Mr. Tom Spangler of Naples were held at the Dalton Church Monday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Spangler and girls lived in this community sev- eral years ago. Claudine Cromer spent last Wednesday night with her par- ents. Travis Thomas visited Sunday afternoon with his father, who NEW LIFE FOR YOUR BATTERY ...in just 30 ir- inyt«s , jfllBP S\MCLA Iff ^ SUPER rutl DRIVE IN TODAY and let us test your battery. Our FAST BATTERY CHARGE gives new battery life in just 30 minutes. 1 E. A. STRICKLAND UWE#* ciwn aip cPDUirc ctatiam \ SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION PHONE 70 NAPLES, TEXAS lives near Daingerfield. Mr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1956

M m a 1: V.:' v '■• •: . A MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1956 A aAiBBr-.rr-rr-r.rrT-rBBC- ■! • « '!■■■ -. yiasi 'W '* % Iw - • I i*P'ti'T ■ r-.r- !#v r■ 2*1 j-M, « «i -«Vr * - rTiTi'im <■■ iv ■ 'ii ■■■ II si* i ■■■ 1 r% iBfi t i; i ■* § Herman Walters, County Agent 1 am sure that many farmers are already making plans for wa- termelon production during the coming season. With the disease problems of last years crop, farmers should do all that is possible to select land for melon production that has not been planted in water- melons for a number of years, or if at all possible land that has never been planted in watermel- ons. Several of the watermelon diseases are able to live in the soil for a number of years, and with weather conditions just right as they were in 1955, they become a serious problem. Seed treatment is also of ma- jor importance in the control of watermelon disease. The fungus which causes damping off, wilt i and anthracnose may be carried untreated seed. Bichloride...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1956

1#«p fr^mpr"" 3pi life, FOR SALE: 6.8 foot Frigidaire, used about four and a half years. A real bargain at $50. W. N. Ellis. 25-3tc INCOME TAX RETURNS by ''appointment only. Short forms Long forms, including farm teturns and business returns $15 and up. Bill Henderson. 22-c 1 I * GRIGSON Guaranteed T-V Service Authorized Factory Technician PHONE 26 NAPLES HELP WANTED: Young single lady for office work. Must be good typist. Apply Southwestern Gas and Electric Co. Naples. 26-lc FOR RENT: Three room apart- ment, furnished or unfurnished, private bath. Mrs. A. J. Davis 24-c NOTICE ALL HOME OWNERS Modernize your home with a paint job, new roof, a room for junior, a modern kitchen for mom, a den for pop, or a modern bath for the whole fam- ily. Terms to fit your purse easy as ABC. This is the best dea! (n town. Don't cuss call us and save money. Free estimation. J. C. Mit- chell Plumbing Co., Phone 4201 Box 716 Omaha, Texas HAY FOR SALE See Ottis Joyner Randy IVIoore Farm Omaha, Texas THE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1956

N i *4 v; .** K " ' m THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1956 U ' P* SPORTS NEWS The Brahmas won their fourth conference game as they rolled over Hughes Springs, 75-45. Perry McMichael scored 30 points. This is his highest total for one game. The Brahma "B" team won their second game of the season when they beat Hughes Springs' "B" team, 56-26. Roy Frank Ap- person was high man with 22 points. The Brahmas ended up the first round with a 4-2 record. They are tied for third place behind James Bowie and Liberty. The Brahmas were to play host to Queen City and Talco this week to begin the second round. I WW iPii i PWi I UNION CHAPEL The BRAHMA CORRAL MID-TERM EXAMS Mid-term exams started Thurs day, Jan. 19. The tests for the morning classes were given on Thursday. The afternoon ones were given Friday. School was over each day at 2 p.m. The students seem quite reliev- ed since all of the exams are over but for some it may not be so good when they get their report cards. dent at Wolfe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1956

9 *8ePf <- x< ' "V- A THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1954 Cornett By Daisy Heard Rev. Jarratt Major brought i mr>e sermon from the scripture, Marthcw 26:2-5. The title of his message was "Jesus In Their Midst". A good attendance turned out even though the weather was ^Rvening worship was held at 7p|.m. and the theme was "The Just By Faith, Shall Live". Remember Sunday, Jan. 29, is 5th Sunday. The Rev. Major will preach at 11 a.m. and at 7 p.m. Be out to hear him. You need the church and certainly the .church needs you. Make plans to go to church. Mr. and Mrs. Vanoy Rogers and daughter, Vicky, of Maud, spent Friday night and Saturday with her parents, the Robert Ingrams. The Buddy Roachs visited the Robert Ingrams on the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Milas Harrell spent Sunday with the Carrions in Queen City. Mrs. Garrion, the mother of their son-in-law, fell and broke a hip. The Quilting Club finished two quilts for Mrs. Sadie Hampton and Mrs. Lester Roach last week. Mr. a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 January 1956

' : ■ flgyiSPSi THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1956 PERSONAL Sunday guests with Mrs. N. M. Roberts and Mrs. Pearl Pate were Mr. and Mrs. Ashton Roberts of Shreveport, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Robison of Daingerfield, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robison and Mrs. George Vissering and Harry Mrs. Jim Elledge spent Tues- day and Wednesday at Dallas buy- ing merchandise for her shop. Miss Ruby Welch, Miss Dorothy Strickland and Miss Dorothy Graham of Dallas were visitors over the week end with Miss Welch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welch. i Mr. and Mrs. Don King of Fort Worth visited |ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton, over the week end. Mrs. Emmet Fleming, Mrs. Le- noy Slider and Sheri visited rela- tives at Dallas over the week end. Mrs. Kennard Fleming and Mrs. E. H. Tuck spent Friday at Long- view with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tuck and children. Mrs. E. J. Leeves and Dr. James S. Leeves will spend the week end at Austin with their son and brother, Jerry Leeves and Mrs. Leeves. Mr. and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 February 1956

A E NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1956 A D. Bourke Candidate For County Attorney I wish to announce that I am a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Morris County, Texas. I am now engaged in the prac- tice of Law in the City of Dainger- field, and I want to assure the citizens of Morris County, that if I am elected to this important office, 1 will devote all necessary' time to the discharge of the duties of the County Attorney. I most respectfully solicit your vote and influence and promise you that if elected I shall act fair- ly and impartially to all in the performance of the duties of the office. Sincerely Yours C. D. Bourke. (Paid Pol. Adv.) HAPPY BIRTHDAY Feb. 3 Rev. Ingram Michael Pappas Feb. 4 Dr. H. W. McLeekie Linda Diane Green Feb. 5 S. T. Smith Feb. 6 Suzanne Wright Gary Thomas Feb. 7 Buck Vickers Feb. 8 Cherilyn Howard Charles Re agon Millikan Patsy McNatt Martin Lee Epps Myra Beth Hitt Mrs. Cassie Martin Betty Jo Perkins Feb. 9 Mrs. N. B. Finley Baptist ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 February 1956

if w THE NAPLES MONITOR f RIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1956 f o— LSNTY RECORDS By Mrs. Audrey Mae Childress ^kwarranty deed from D. A. Rus- et ux to L. C. Gholston et ux of the A. Smith survey. Warranty deed from Billy Joe Lile to W. M. Ferguson Jr. et ux Ab Howell Candidate For County Sheriff I wish to take this opportunity to announce to the people of Mor- ris County that I am a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Morris County subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1956. Having served the people of Morris County as their sheriff for several years I know and under- stand what you expect of your sheriff, and I feel that I am quali- fied to serve you, and will serve you to the best of my ability if elected. I hope to see each of you per- sonally prior to the election, but if I do not, please accept this an- nouncement as my personal re- quest for your vote and influence in my behalf. Sincerely, A. E. Howell (Paid Pol. Adv.) t oJ' the Edgcmont subdivision, an ad...

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