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

i &*>??** -"WW ■•■ wvr • m ** ■ ' •■■ • ' ■* " ■ ; ■•■ >!- ' • : ' r ■rum ! THE NAPLES MONITOR FKtOAY, FEUUARY 3, 1956 WHO'S NEW Sheri Lynn Merrill, the daugh- ter of Lt. and Mrs. Ronnie Mer- rill of San Antonio, born Jan. 26th, and weighed seven pounds and 11 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Merrill of Naples are the paternal grandparents. Jerry Ray Strawn, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Strawn of Greens- boro, N. C., born Jan. 14, and weighed eight pounds and eight ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Raglana of Naples are the mater- nal grandparents. Pewiti Menu Terry Wayne Derrick, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Derrick of Omaha, born Jan. 25 at the David Granberry Memorial Hos- pital, and weighed eight pounds. Vicki Lynn Jacobs, daughter of of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Jacobs of Naples, born Jan. 27 at the David Granberry Memorial Hos- pital and weighed seven pounds and six ounces. ffi 4 James Randy Williford, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Willi- ford of Naples, born Jan. 26 at the David G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 February 1956

i MM THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1956 WAN WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYINGAND SELLING! GRIGSON Guaranteed T-V Service Authorized Factory Technician PHONE 26 NAPLES wm 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 deal In town. Don't cuss call us and save money. Free estimation. J. C. Mit- chell Plumbing Co., Phone 4201 Box 716 Omaha, Texas FOR SALE: Duncan Phyfe dinette suite, a real buy at $49.95. Thompson's Furniture Store. FOR RENT: Furnished apart- ment and two furnished bedrooms. Mrs. Maude Shaddix. 27-ltp Quick, Courteous Service The Naples Barber Shop Colored lady wants part time work house cleaning or ironing. Write Rt. 2, Box 140, Naples, Tex- as. 27-2tp RADIO REPAIR work at my home on west m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 February 1956

— Wt$J 11 •' " - ••"• vC; "i":-': V THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1956 o The BRAHMA CORRAL ANNUAL STAFF NEWS The annual staff finally made an announcement this week as to who holds what position. They are Nancy Jo Hampton, editor; Jean- ette Russell, business manager; Nancy Jean Hampton and Jean- ette Wommack, typists; Jackie Brown, photographer; and Bobby Martin, assistant photographer. This week, collections were made on the final balance on all annuals. If you haven't brought your money, please do so by Mon- day. Also, the staff is making plans for a party at Hotel Stephens in Mt. Pleasant on Monday, Feb. 6. Invitations were sent out last Fri- day to all class officers, student council, who's who, paper staff, former queens and swing band. 'There will be a special program of after dinner music and skits. \ GIRL OF THE WEEK The girl of the week is a junior. She is 5'6" tall with brown hair and green eyes. Her favorite ex- pression is "I don't know". Her favorite song is "...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 February 1956

Cornett The 7:00 o'clock ever, topic was "Thomas, t Disciple". A splendid audience lo hear the Rev. Majo. visitors attended. We ai %>,> EVERYTHING AT ONE STOP ERNEST HALL Grocery and Market 7 miles south of Marietta on Farm Highway 250 SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEB. 3 and 4 y Miss Daisy Heard The fifth Sunday at Cornett was highlighted with a fine ser- mon from the Rev. Jarratt Major. The morning worship message was entitled "Jerusalem Bound". SILVER DUST, giant size 69c AUNT JEMIMA MEAL, 10 lbs. - _ 73c COFFEE, Admiration, 1 lb. 85c COOKING OIL, Kimbeils, gal jug $1.59 PENT© BEANS, 4 «b. bag _ 37c SUGAR, imperial, 10 !b. bag _ _ _ 93c MARGARINE, Kimball's, 1 lb. _ _ 19c CHILI, Wolf Brand, No. 2 can _ , _ 43c CRACKERS, Wortz, 2 lb. box _ _ _ 43c CRACKERS, Wortz, 1 lb. box _ _ _ 23c STEAK, Loin and T-Bone, lb _ 49c BOLOGNA, lb. 23c CHEESE, Wisconsin Hoop, lb. _ _ 49c APPLES, We "-Kington delicious, lb 17c 16°° DAIRY FEED 100 LB- PRINT BAG $2.65 100 LB. RANGE CUBES, 20% ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 February 1956

C--y-■■■■■■ . nm.-Offl' 1 •• ' ' #* - A. Mrs. Gt. ry Ray of ^ tfith Mr. and Mrs. day. Jimmie Harold McDaniel, a student at A and M Colleg at Col- lege Station, is spending the mid- term holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie McDaniel. Agnes Buchannan, student at ETSTC at Commerce, is spending the mid term holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hub Buch- annan. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Merrill are spending a two weeks visit at San Antonio with their son and fami- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Merrill and baby daughter. parenu,, Mrs. Flay Mathews sptm.. day at Daingerfield with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Connor. Mrs. Morris Prestridge of De- Kalb spent Sunday with her sis- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson. You'll enjoy The Tender Trap starring Frank Sinatra and Debbie Reynolds at the Inez Theatre next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- day. JUST ARRIVED: "LILLY BEE" FROCKS Perfect for the Little Miss Valentine PRINTED POLISHED COTTON 3-6x $3.95 2-PIECE BLAZER LINEN 4-6x $4.95 PL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 February 1956

msfc nnttnr NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1386 VOLUME 70 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TtX., (-RIDAY., FEB. 10, 1956 NUMBER 28 I Brahmas End Season Friday After 2 Losses The Pewitt Brahmas close out the basketball season Friday night at Hughes Springs. They lost two games during the last week, bringing their total for the season to four defeats. Liberty won over the Brahmas, 57-46, last Friday night and James Bowie won Tuesday night, 60-56. Perry McMichael scored 24 points in the game against Liber- ty and Bodine led the winners with 19. In the James Bowie game, Mc- Michael was high with 19 points and Fulgham scored 11. Howard Kruse was high point man for the Pirates with 34 points. The Brahmas were charged with so many fouls in the game that almost all of the starting five were unable to finish the game. City Calls For Bids On Lease The city has called for bids on 35 acres of pasture land it owns. The bids will be accepted at the city office until 4:30 p. m. March 1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 February 1956

.i, • 1 * f $ MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1956 Cornett By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday school was held at 10:30. There were several visitors, and an unusually good attendance for the bad cold weather. Sorry to report Bob Wommack ill and now at the Bucey Glenn hospital in Linden. Mary Catherine Hampton cele- brated her birthday Feb. 3. Happy birthday Mary Catherine, and many returns to follow. Mrs. Nora Gibson shared a very happy and surprising birthday party with her twin sister, Mrs. Ora Hawkins in Hughes Springs Friday. To highlight the party were all their friends, and a beautiful cake with the Birthday Greeting, "Happy Birthday Ora and Nora". Cake, hot chocolate and coffee was served to the group. Many lovely gifts were received from those attending. Lewis Elmore May of DeKalb spent the week end with relatives, Mrs. Bera Grant, and daughter, Sarah. Mr. Vance Gibson is finishing his degree work at E. T. S. T. C. The H. C. Arnolds spent Sunday in Hughes Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Max McMic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 February 1956

-V Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint Old man winter is still hanging around here and it seems that he will tarry for several more days. We have not had that snow that we have been looking for. Mr. and Mrs-. C. W. Hall of Queen City wishes to thank their many friends and relatives who so generously contributed to the shower they received recently. They lost all their clothing and furniture and other things in a Reroof Remodel Repair Porch Enclosures, All Types of Windows, Doors Installed. We Specialize In Cabinet Work. 3 Year Financing Approved ftiR&LAND CABINET SHOP Phone 15F21 Marietta, Texas See Us For Your Screens and Lawn Furniture H&KSaSZBKimi fire some time ago. Our besjj wishes to them in their new be- ginning. We are very sorry to report that Mrs. A. D. Morriss is not feeling so well these days. Mrs. Dell of Queen City is with Mr. and Mrs. Morriss now. Our other sick members are im- proving. Dewitt McCall is able to be up but still is resting at home. He had several ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 February 1956

"I nrmxaMA'- ■ >■> / •' THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1956 • Abe M. Mays Jr. Is Candidate For Representative I wish to take this opportunity to announce to you my candidacy for the Democratic nomination as State Representative for this dis- trict. It is my earnest desire to represent you in the State Legis- lature in Austin for the next two years. First of all, 1 would like to tell you something about myself. I was born and reared in Cass County, Texas, the son of Abe M. Mays, Sr., and Donna Bram- bert Mays. I am 28 years of age and married to the former Dianne Ahrens of Gonzales, Texas. I serv- ed in World War II and for two years in the U. S. Counter Intelli- gence Corps during the Korean War. I am a graduate of the Uni- versity of Texas School of Law. Since my release from the army in June 1954, I have been practic- ing law with the firm of Carney and Mays in Atlanta, Texas. I am a member of the First Methodist Church in Atlanta where I teach a young people's Sund...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 February 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1956 ■ i- WANT WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING ! tuick, Courteous Service The Naples Barber Shop ■MnanaonnHngnDB Colored lady wants part time work house cleaning or ironing. Write Rt. 2, Box 140, Naples, Tex- as. 27-2tp FOR HUNTING AND FIS 1 LICENSE SEE CARL MATHEWS AT VAUGHAN LUMBER CO. GRSGSON Guaranteed T-V Service Authorized Factory Technician PHONE 26 NAPLES 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 deal in town. Don't cuss call us and save money. Free estimation. J. C. Mit- chell Plumbing Co., Phone 4201 Box 716 Omaha, Texas NOW OPEN Naples Feed and Seed Store W. T. FOSTER, Owner SHAWNEE and EVERGREEN FEEDS McMichael Building Daingerfield Highway FOR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 February 1956

FRIDAY., FEBRUARY 10, 1956 THE NAPLES MONITOR h j?S t* s*Jmaiv-i t Jifc. -n.-m*fc-«jjgr. Jsjus! ww-;v 1! 1 AROUND BIG "P" Nancy Jean Hampton was chos- en for the Good Citizen's Award given by the D. A. R. as an out- standing senior girl. Of the three girls nominated by the senior class, Nancy was chosen by the faculty last week. Congratulations, Nancy, on re- ceiving this award. ASSEMBLY NEWS Last Wednesday Brother E. L. Vance, pastor of the First Bap- tist Church of Omaha, spoke to the students. It was enjoyed very much. The BRAHMA CORRAL son banquet to be held Feb. 23. This will be part of the activities in National Future Farmer Week i and blues category. His favorite person is Charlotte. His favorite expression is "goll-ee','. His favor- ite pastime is eating and watch- ing TV at the same time. His pet peeve is for people to talk about his crazy shots in basketball. His favorite sports are football, bas- ketball, tennis and baseball. He is president of the senior class. He is ve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 February 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1*>. FINANCIAL STATEMENT AS OF JANUARY 1, 1956 CITY OF NAPLES, TEXAS Bank Balance and Cash on Hand January 1, 1955 .. $ 1,699.34 al Revenue Collected from Taxes $ 13,087.25 ^Collection from Street Rentals, etc $ 3,422.57 *tal Revenues from Jan. 1, 1955 to Jan. 1, 1956 $ 18,209.16 DISBURSEMENTS FOR YEAR 1955 asited to Fire Truck Sinking Fund $ 868.69 ft'sited to Street Improvement Sinking Fund 3 4,076.46 Paid to W. C. Stevens on City Building $ 2,380.80 Fire Department Expenses 1955 $ 917.67 Street Maintenance and Supplies $ 1,066.00 Street Lights and All Utilities $ 2,228.60 Labor and Salaries $ 849.03 Law Enforcement and Nightwatchman $ 457.00 Street Cleaning, Garbage Collection and Donations to Upkeep of Public Cemetery, Office Supplies, Printing, Postage, etc $ 1,992.61 January 1, 1956 Bank Balance $ 2,415.34 January 1, 1956, Cash on Hand $ 956.96 Total Expenditures, Cash on Hand and Bank Balance $ 18,208.16 Attest: FLAY MATHEWS, Secreta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 February 1956

.;:.r 1 5 ^ ' V. ••■ \ :/ /S MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1955 PERSONAL Mr. anil Mrs. W. N. Calloway visited over the week end at Cisco with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chambliss and children. Mary and Billy returned home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan vis- ited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Lona Spurger at Mt. Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mills and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge were visitors at Texarkana Sunday af- ternoon. Miss Annete Roach, student at Texas Eastern School of Nursing at Tyler, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Roach. Recent guests with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welch were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lemon and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards of Clarksville and Mr. and Mrs. George Welch and children of Atlanta. Mrs. t Claud Owens and Jane Ann of Kilgore spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Tabb. Have Sunday Dinner With Us We are having our new chef from Daingerfield prepare one of his delicious dinners for you Sun- day. You...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1956

NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, FEB. 24, 1956 partnerships, totaled 182. food stores and automotive concerns got more than half of the retail sales during 1954. The 38 food stores in the coun- ty had sales of $2,293,000 and the 12 businesses in the automotive Phi.r A isM VOLUME 70 UP 83% SINCE 1948 % 29 THEY'VE HAD ONLY 18 BIRTHDAYS IN 72 YEARS Birthdays have been few and far between for L. E. and L. L. fruitt, 72 year old twin brothers. They were born on Feb. 29, 1884, and have had only 18 birthdays. L. E. Truitt, on the right, lives at Ashburn, Ala., and L. L. Truitt lives at Naples. (Monitor Staff Photo) ONITORING AIN STREET M SAMPLE COPY NUMBER 30 Business Booming, Retail Census Shows A person who is singing the blues about business here now apparently is a little off key. The bureau of the census says retail sales in their last check showed an 83.6 per cent increase in the six-year period from 1948 to 1954. The numbe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1956

ST * 1 ■ .**v ■:: - ' . • gifwfU •' ' V' -;' '#v; • ;• ■ ■ -'VjV■Kin*- |H| THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1956 ;t ornett By Miss Daisy Heard Saturday evening at 7 p. m. the Rev. Jarratt Major brought a fine message to the Cornett Church. This is the first Saturday night service to be held. It is to strengthen the attendance and make for better spiritual growth for its membership. There were 37 present. The vis- itors were, Mi. and Mrs. A. Bigby and twin girls, Anelle and Romell, of Gladewater. The Bigbys are parents of Mrs. Major. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Crow of Linden, Gerald Taylor and Tony Moore of Hughes Springs were visitors in the H. C. Arnold home Sunday. Mr. H. C. Arnold will do sales work in Ruston, La. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Roach spent Sunday with the Clyde Powell family at Union HilL Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Strickland and children of Dallas, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Nora Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Simmons and son, Carroll, of Dalton visited Mrs. Be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1956

Hr j i S ,S Wi. THE NAPLES MONITOR The BRAHMA CORRAL ASSEMBLY NEWS The assembly program for Wednesday, Feb. 15, was present- ed by the Daingerfield High School. A very interesting pro- jygram consisting of several musical timber was presented by the students. The program was enjoyed very much by the students. The one act play from Pewitt will be pre- sented to the Daingerfield school later in March. BAND NEWS Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 13 and 14, the swing band played for the American Legion Laffara- ma. This was the first appearance of Billy Wray on drums and Larry Talley on the piano with the band, and from the audiences' reaction they are doing all right. The swing bands' next appearence will be on Wednesdays Assembly pro- gram at Pewitt High, and an as- sembly program at James Bowie High Friday". Thursday morning the full band played on Mrs. Maydelle Ellis' grade school program. SPORTS NEWS Due to weather conditions the Brahmas were unable to start track workouts last week. The Br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1956

. '/■ V <ms M iSWS3S IDAY. PffMUARY 14, IW4 ' $ A 1 ■/ . UNION CHAPEL By Mrs. R. L. Shaddix The Rev. Bob Hardwick brought a wonderful message Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock hour and Mr. Roy Davis of Atlanta brought the 7 o'clock message. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beard and son of Shreveport, La., were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brabham. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McDonall and sons of Dallas spent the week end in the Johnson Musick home. Mr. and Mrs. James Wommack and son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Grif- fin, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Griffin and Tommy and Mr. and Mrs. Law- erence Kubolka of Dallas were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Griffin. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis of Salina, Texas were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Cummings and family of Dallas were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Brabham. Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Bryan have returned home. We are sorry to report that Mr. Jodie's health isn't to good. Mr. and Mrs. R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1956

1 THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1956 ei- WAN WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING! SALE: Solid Oak dinette Only $19.95. Thompson ruare Store. Quick, Courteous Service The Naples Barber Shop FOR RENT: Two bedroom house on Douglassville Hwy. See M. B. Hampton. 29-2tc FOR SALE: Only four oak chairs. While they last, 50c each. Thompson Furniture Store. FOR SALE: 2% hp Bolens gar- den tractor with plow and weed cutter-saw attachments. Used a- bout two years. In good shape. See at Thompson Furniture Store. READERS DIGEST Give me your subscription or renewal. Eight months $1.00. Sixteen months $2.00 for new readers. C. W. KESSELER FOR SALE: Used Rocker for only $1.00. Thompson Furniture Store. WDOY KILOWATT ® Ever stop to figure how much electricity costs you per day? Then think about all the ways elec- tricity serves you in one day." Electricity really does a lot, yet costs so little. NEED A RUBBER STAMP? We can order it for you. Five day service. The Monitor Naples Feed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1956

I I I V Ji i i .4 - "v- *? Wkt r . / ' TH1 NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1956 FURNITURE and HARDWARE lMl Tabie Model 21T035 Modern design with .blonde comb, grain oak finish. Matching base or stand available at slight extra cost. ■u_ l/MM ""2 I / ^ M Hp III ft 'ilia wsii®r .. ,i 111! It isfu/ff//. IFOR A LIMITED I time mxm 4 !£ MS _ ||Mr K>SP; w/z/yy/; <3 iffiH IP ::: lllil;lli::::r- BUTTON COOKING ^ 'CTT'TSC '■y&m >M'A , ALL CALROD EQUIPPED Model ^SWb " NEW LQW E. Model 21C107. Console Pacer 21 Warm mahogany finish. Advanced design. Large 8-Inch G-E Dynapower speaker. Smooth furniture glides •95 TRADE-IN SALE itfiT# m mmmiym *•** ON THIS HUGE 14 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR-FREEZES New Right Side Up — Reach Easy Model G-E"s FINEST and BIGGEST Refrigerator on Top - Freezer on Bottom 0 with CEmpEEa SHEIVES w&-: SOFT INDIRECT LIGHTING Model 21T32 Table Model Pacer 21 Deep cordovan brown finish. Compact—with wide-view front. Only 22 in. wide—18% in. deep. $14995 Antenna,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1956

m. i W m!W: Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint The World Day of Prayer pro- gram was held here on Friday af- .rnoon at the Methodist Church, klembers of the Order of the Eastern Star are serving dinner at the school auditorium to Ma- sons of this Lodge here this Mon- day evening. Members of the Ever Ready Sunday School Class held their February social in the home of Mrs. Josh Granberry on Thurs- day evening. Mrs. Willie Herring- ton was co-hostess. Several mem- bers were absent because of the weather. Miss Susie Robertson Baptist Church Activities 1 i W*> « Rev. Morris Hill, pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Training Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8 p.m. Wednesday 8 p.m. brought a very impressive devo tional. All enjoyed the program. Delicious sandwiches, cookies, po- tato chips and drinks were served to the group. The next meeting will be held in March with Mrs. J. E. Swint and Mrs. B. W. Swint as co-hostesses. Mrs. Watt McCall, Mrs. flugh McCall, Mrs. Earl Parri...

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