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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 February 1956

TV- 'it. ■ : *• f .I'v.V v- n His pi w THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1956 PERSONAL Mrs. E. J. Leeves, Mrs. Leon Stacks and Mrs. O. A. Walls at- tended the Gift Show at Dallas last week end. Guests over the week end with R. 0. McMichael were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McMichael of Carthr^e, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie McMichael and children of Shreveport, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cromwell of Taylor, Mrs. Bryan Forney and Martha of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gondran of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Joe Beck and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wren and Butch of Velasco. Mr. and Mrs. Wren re- mained for a longer visit. Guests over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McNatt and family were their daughter, Miss Peggy McNatt, Ray Wills, Miss Mary Daniels, Mrs. Opal Daniels and Duncan Lewis all of Dallas. Mrs. Janie Hampton, Whitfield Hampton, and Mrs. Mary Smith visited their aunt, Mrs. John Mer- rith Sunday afternoon at Mount Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Joe Beck of Velasco spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 0. A....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1956

o Irs Monitor VOLUME 70 NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1956 NUMBER 31 ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED Work Starts Soon On New Feed Mill ■ 1 .; i A new feed mill and farm sup- ply store was assured for Naples when arrangements were com- pleted this week. Herman Walters, formerly the Morris County agricultural agent, and William Leslie, owner of a feed and seed store at Dainger- field, will own and operate the business as a partnership. Walters will manage the Naples business and will move to Naples. The total estimated cost of the business will be about $45,000, Walters said this week. A building will be started with- in the next few days on a lot west of the downtown business district on highway 67 near the Magnolia storage- tanks. The con- tractor for the building will be M. B. Hampton Builders' Supply of Naples. Joe P. Taylor Sr., manager of the Hampton store, said work on the building probably would be started next we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1956

THC NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH % 1954 I Cornett By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was held at 10:30, and church services at 11 o'clock. The Rev. Major brought a splendid message from Matthew 27:31, 32. The title of his sermon was Burden of Blessing. There was a good attendance at church and several visitors. Evening worship service at 7:15 p. m. was well attended. The mes- sage was entitled, "Peter, The Coward or Courageous One". Visitors in the C. D. Betts home late Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Betts of Tyler, Mrs. Paul Harbour, and daughter, Paula Jane, of Mt. Plea"*** - day. The Rev. Major and family had lunch Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Betts. C. D. Betts and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Wommack last week. Mrs. Wommack has been ill. We wish for Mrs. Emma Wom- mack a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Weatherbee, and sons, Dwight and Dwayne, and a friend, Bobby Martini of Dallas, spent the week end with Mrs. Bera Grant. Miss Sandra Hall, and Miss Bob- bie Stevens visit...

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

. 'MUK « NP I , ' Junior MYF Group Is Organized A junior department of the Methodist youth Fellowship was organized at a meeting held Sun- ?y evening at the church. Officers elected were John Michael Hicks, president, Van Johnson, vice president, Cherilyn Howard, secretary and treasurer, ?nd Paula June Patterson, Nita iallard and Janie Howard, mem- bers of the membership commit- tee, and Patty Ann Hicks and Sandra Kay Hicks, members of the publicity committee. The meeting will be held each Sunday evenings at 6 p.m. THE NAPLES MONITOR Daniels Chapel By Mrs. O. E. Gibbs Mrs. Bernice Higgins gave a quilting Tuesday. There were 12 ladies present and the group com- pleted nearly two quilts. Each of the ladies carried a covered dish. We are glad to hear Mr. Elie Cobb is back home from the hos- pital and is doing fine. We have prayer meeting at Daniel's Chapel every Wednesday night. You have a hearty wel- come and we invite you to come and be with us. Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Gibbs and Douglassv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1956

NAM.lt MONtTOK FRIDAY, % I tM '"M'. PERSONAL Edward Crump and son, Buddy, of Lubbock, and W. II. Crump of Marshall spent the week end here with their brother and uncle, Howard Crump. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hampton, Mrs. A. J. Davis, Mrs. Lee Davis, and Mrs. Edgar James visited Sun- day at Texarkana with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whatley. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walls and their granddaughter, Deborah Walls of Dallas, visited recently with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Walls and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Polk Freeman and daughter of Dallas spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Alice Spurger and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Wyinegar and children of Greenville and Miss Betty Garrett of Dallas spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garrett. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wommack over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Kroll of Shreveport and Mrs. Leah Stanley of Longview. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Russell, John Thigpen and Charles Murray Thigpen spent Sunday at Da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1956

imfuS* % **ri**<m^HrJiMihfii***<>***- u n THE NAPLES MONITOR f.J^PPPPMP 355355:-. 1 IT/' FRIDAY, MARCH «, 19M WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE ND SELLING! v w*, nr.. ■ : •; •-■"'• ' t.J:- Jf, ^*ei ick, Courteous ervice The Naples Barber Shop t.OH SALE: 2yz 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. FOR RENT: One four room a - partment. Mrs. J. M. Hampton. 31-tc READERS DIGEST Give me your subscription or renewal. Eight months $1.00. Sixteen months $2.00 for new readers. C. W. KESSELER FOUND: Child's jacket Satur- day. May be claimed at Spencer's Grocery. 31-ltc GRIGSON Guaranteed T-V Service Authorized Factory Technician PHONE 26 NAPLES FOR SALE: Slightly used apart- ment sized electric stove. Only $79.95. Thompson Furniture Store. WOOD FOR SALE: Firewood or stovewood. Dan Foster or Omer Jacobs. 28-3tp BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1956

Unil K?:' TNI NAPLIS MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 2, \9S6 fmimm i ■ ■ . Don't Miss The BIGGER and BETTER Livestock Show all day SATU RDAY at the Rodeo Grounds NAPLES, TEXAS Smooth furnihiro glut** i M / I. Seve in the. ■ outs al Rayf time I Thursf Polsoij Dex The teams es. TH Polsol feate«| wyn Johnl time f of \Vim| gan Jack Ausll The 53.51 f -v\ 'mm j , /

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1956

s..." I THB NAPLES MONITOR SPORTS NEWS Several boys looked very good in the first week of track work- outs at Pewitt school. Ray Johnson turned in the best time in the quarter mile last Thursday at 60 seconds. Bobby Poison and Roy Apperson bad the next best time at 61.5. The squad was divided into four teams and ran two 440 relay dash- es. The teams composed of Bobby Poison, Ray Thigpen, Frankie Gal- loway and Perry McMichael, de- feated a team composed of Del- wyn Harvey, Jimmy Fulgham, Ray Johnson and Max Mclntyre. Their time was 48.7. A team composed of Donald Smith, Roy Apperson, Windell McCord, and Billy Mor- gan beat a team composed of Jackie Skelton, Earnest Smith, Austin Doolittle, and Loddie Nash. The best time in this team was 53.5. . | ill The BRAHMA CORRAL Bobby Poison continued to look in mid-season from Friday as he ran the 440 dash in 58 seconds. Ray Johnson, a sophomore, was right behind Poison and probably had a 60 second quarter. Billy Morgan had the next best time...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 March 1956

§f ' -V *€li £$? Wm }4 r I9$S SW -r ^ I I I I THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1956 PERSONAL The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Wood- son attended the annual district meeting at Sulphur Springs First Baptist Church Tuesday and will go to a Sunday School rally at Martin Springs, near Sulphur Springs Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wommaek visited Sunday afternoon at Mari- etta with Mrs. L. E. Loffer, Mr. and Mrs. John Russell and Thel- ma, and Mrs. Estelle Thompson. Mrs. Katie Stewart and son, James Earl, and Mrs. James Grubbs and Judy, of McLeod, visi- ted with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wom- maek last Friday night. SPRING HATS prettier than ever . . And you'll look lovelier than ever in our flattering new hats! Choose your Easter favorite now. $5.95 OTHER STYLES $2.95 - $12.95 CHILDREN'S HATS $2.49 - $2.98 S and S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Mrs. Ollie Robison and Homer of Naples visited Sunday evening with her niece, Mrs. Vida Far- rier. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ramey and Lucretia were guests Friday night and S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 March 1956

IK- Chamber To Meet Next k.- - mm VOLUME 70 lji> Naples iHnnttflr NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1956 NUMBER 32 2 OTHER MEMBERS OF FAMILY IN CRITICAL CONDITION 3 Former Naples People Burn To Death Monday Night The Chamber of C( mmeice, en- couraged by its success in the efforts to get a new business established here, may start hunt- ing around for another one Mon- day night. The regular meeting will be held then at the Coker Chevrolet company. Ed Thompson, president, said there was no important old busi- ness so the meeting Monday night might be devoted to a hunt for new business and a discussion of business promotions. Business people of the town still had not agreed on a promo- tion but some of them still are in favor of some plan. The Chamber just completed working to get a feed mill and seed store established here. Work is expected to start soon on a building for the partnership to be operated by Herman W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 March 1956

■ *• :: THI NAPLES K^OWITOK FK1PAY, MARCH 9, 1W4 Cornett By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was held at 10:30 and there was a splendid attend- ance. Spring-like weather should help everyone feel better and im- prove our attendance in the days to come. Remember, Sunday, March 11, is the Rev. Majors' preaching date. Plan to come to church and Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gibson of Naples visited Mrs. Nora Gibson last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Hall visit- ed their daughter, Myra Nell at ETSTC, Commerce, Sunday and spent the rest of the day with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Riley of Rockwall. Mrs. C. B. Hampton, Mary Kath- erine and Mrs. Elvis Well? visited Mrs. L. C. Rea at Naples Satur- day. Last Sunday, the C. D. Betts had Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Petty, Mrs. llollis Whittenberg of Dallas, Mrs. Nina Harbour of Mt. Pleas- ant, and Mrs. Myra Hummel of Naples as guests. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gibson, who are employed in Dallas, were at home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs **" is Harrell vis ited thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 March 1956

Daniels By Mrs. O. E. Gibbs Little Wanda Cobb was in the spital for two days but is at 'me now. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Mitchell spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Warren at Naples. Mrs. Ruck Hicks visited Mrs. Claud Mitchell last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Cobb visit- ed their daughter and son-in-law, Pap Richardson Wednesday night. We were glad to have Modene Whelchel and her brother and sister at church Sunday. We wel- come them back, f The ladies had a quilting at Mrs. Norris Lee Jacob's home on Tuesday. All of them reported a nice time. They got one quilt out and another almost out. Peggy Gibbs and Francie Stone spent Thursday night with Oletha Barker at Bryans Mill. Mrs. Versie Cobb's daughter, Maria from Houston, visited her mother and her sister and brother over the week end. There were 64 out for Sunday School Sunday. We are glad to report Mr. Kan Thigpen is doing fine. Mrs. Dan Foster's son, Bill Grimes from Shepperd air for^e base at Wichita Falls, visited with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 March 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR #,v '■■'.' '■'. : ' ' 'r '■ ■-■•Pi iff'v • 'V,,U FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1956 School Hires 3 New Coaches ! K f Fielding Huddleston School Board Election Called For April 7 The school'board election has been scheduled for April 7 and two places on the board will be filled. The terms of Dr. C. J. Wise and i M. B. Hampton have expired and both have agreed to have their names placed on the ballot for re- election to another term. Other candidates may file by filling out the "Affidavit for can- didate for public office" and filing it with B. B. Brown, secretary of the board, not later than March 26 at 1 p.m. The election was ordered by the school board at its regular meeting Tuesday night. ---■ *• The election will be held at the Pewitt school building. Mrs. Q. Parrish will serve as presiding judge and Mrs. H. D. Brock and Mrs. H. C. Burchett will be clerks. Classified Ads Get Results Three new coaches, all now i serving schools in Arkansas, will direct the Pewitt Brahma team...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 March 1956

■ ■■<■ - ■ j«(^ wm .x JJ.IJI1 rnutvmimm' <«p gft>! :;*' •:' •' V' : , i. , ■ \;X' ■ ■ '■ > THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1956 Vj ■ WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MO • ■ ■ '■• . 'JSK-rf.,. '^BSfS 4 FOR SALE: Used windows and doors. See George Vissering. 32-tc Quick, Courteous Service The Naples Barber Shop :y READERS DIGEST Qive me your subscription or renewal. Eight months $1.00. Sixteen months $2.00" for new readers. C. W. KESSELER ■MVL:2HHNEK!SaaMHEBRgSR@93ll SHETLAND PONY at stud. Weight 260 lbs. George Vissering. M$ • 32-tc. GRIGSON MEMBER Four States Electronics Ass'n PHONE 26 NAPLES MINNOWS Large or Small CITY CAFE BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. FOR RENT: Three room fur- nished or unfurnished apartment with private bath. Mrs. A. J. Davis. 31-tc are fiy- ller. FOR SALE. 1951 model two- door Chevrolet Styleline deluxe. A real bargain. Slider Real Es- tate Office 29-c Reroof Remodel Repair Porch Enclosures, All Types...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 March 1956

✓ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH *, 19M BACK TO SCHOOL WEEK Back to School Week is being observed this week by all of the schools in Texas and throughout the nation. The schools have programs planned and expect patrons to visit them during this time. Mr. W. E. Johns of Redwater spoke in the high school assem- bly Wednesday. The best citizen awards were presented to Jean- ette Wommack and Frankie Gal- loway. Open house was to be ob- served Thursday night. There will be visiting people of the business field who win talk in some of the classes. The BRAHMA CORRAL SPORTS NEWS The Brahmas were to go to Hooks Wednesday to compete in a triangle meet with Hooks and Atlanta. Hooks is expected to have one of the best track teams in East Texas. The Brahmas and Daingerfield worked out together last Wednes- day at Pewitt. Billy Morgan, junior, looked very good in the workouts last week. Morgan ran a 2.19 880-yard run. Wednesday, he came back and ran a 58.6 quarter. '56 FORD V-8 MAINLINE SPECIAL...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 March 1956

v, :'• Mm ■ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1956 Douglassville \ By Mrs. B. W. Swint The Rev. Southerland filled his wfjit Sunday morning and even- bringing two very impressive mes&ages to a large group. A very impressive pageant was given by members of WMU and other ®k>"oups of the church before the ^Pirvices. We appreciate the work Rev. Southerland is doing in his church and our best wishes to him and his members for con- tinued success. You are invited to attend Pub- lic School Week at the school auditorium this Tuesday evening. Mr. Joe Wells Lovelace will be the guest speaker. Refreshments will be served by members of the PTA. On Thursday of this week, you are invited to hear the Rev. Tom- my Price, District Superintendent of Texarkana, at Cedar Grove. He will bring the message at 7:30 p. m. and hold the last Quarterly meeting of this conference year after the services. — We are very glad to know that our sick ones are improving. Mrs. A. D. Morriss and Mr. Lon Gran- b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 March 1956

^*^1. ■ ,~..v • THE NAPLES MONITOR ' ^7*,'' /IVl' 'V> . ft* ,vi. .1 ♦■«■ ■*<'' •'r, r FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1956 r -Wj PERSONAL Guests during the week with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wommack were their children and grand- children, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Stewart and Jim of McLeod, Mrs. Merle Kroll of Shreveport and Stringer Wommack and Susan. Easter EASTER PARADE Come in and let us help you select your costume for this'parade. We have just what you need for this cool, brisk bit- ing weather which we are expecting Easter morning. LINEN SUITS asst. colors and sizes $16.95 S and S Shop Mrs. Fannie Wallace of Texark- ana is visiting her brothers and families, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wom- mack and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wommack. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garrett vis- ited Sunday at New Boston with his sister, Mrs. Horace Tuck and Mr. Tuck. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Watson and Gene Hoffman accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Haywood of Texarkana spent Sunday at Nar- rows Dam. STOP SHOP SAVE Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leeves and Neal ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1956

1 flUflL 0Li?^ lUtpirs Utottiur it NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 70 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1956 NUMBER 33 '■ • 1 McMichael Makes AiUDistrict; Galioway On Second Team ... " [ - i * I Perry McMichaef. • 't' S ' • ONITORING AIN STREET AA Something For Youth — The American Legion is being gener- ous in its offer to allow its build- ing here to be- used as a youth center . . The parents are for it and the teen-agerS who would use it are for it . r Yet the offer is being discussed timidly because of the possible objection of some people to some activities . . That seems to be no problem at all Why not let the teen-agers and representatives of the American Legion get together and plan the activities . . Whatever they de- cide would be carried out under adult supervision . . If a parent should not want his child to take part in some activity that is ap proved by other parents, he could simply keep his child away . . But the individua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1956

Sfe - m 1 i :> I THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1956 Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint We are still quite dry in this section and a rain would be wel- come here. The weatherman has promised us some more cold weather but it has not arrived on this Sunday afternoon. We hope our fruit will escape injury this year. Mr. and Mrs. Jay McDonald and children of Dallas were week end visitors with her mother, Mrs. Odie Johnson. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Austin Zimmerman visited their brother, Hub Brabham of Dallas, who is ill again. They re- turned Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. McDonald. Paul Baker and Mrs. B. C. Parlr- er Jr., of Houston, visited their mother, Mrs. Ruby Baker, this week end. Mrs. Baker has been ill and is returning to Houston with them this Monday morning. Mrs. Curt Oppel and son, Al, of Dallas, were visitors in Mrs. Baker s home. Mr. Oppel is report- ing to Greenville, Miss., for fur- ther training. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Frost, Mrs. H. 0. Allen, Mrs. Willie Herring- ton, Miss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1956

„V*V .'-.-.litr -J'-V THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1956 Marietta \ By Mrs. R. L. Harris This community has been sad- ^ cont'd by the death of A. H. Ingra- ' who has been confined to home by illness for several Tars. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Ingraham and the family in their sorrow. The WMU met March 6 to ob- «serve the Annie Armstrong week bf prayer. Mrs. Horace Hampton was in charge of the program. Scripture reading was in Psalms 55 and 1st Cor. 14. Mrs. Edna McCord led the closing prayer. Mrs. J. W. Welsh is in an At- lanta hospital where she under- went surgery. Open house at the school Fri- day afternoon observing Texas Public School week was well at- tended. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Fletcher Sr. and Bobby Don spent Sunday in Ladonia where they met Mr. and Mrs S. E. Fletcher Jr. and daugh- ter of Lubbock for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Bridges. The Fletcher Jrs. had Methodist Church Activities driven from their Lubbock home to see about Mrs. Bridges who has been...

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