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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1956

■ • A « i J- M' ^3-+' - V >' BwBHRHHWSHlHi ' . ■ 1 i'.-i'■■ I iiK THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 16, '956 snRsS#;" *p> COUNTY RECORDS Warranty deed from W. E. Key et ux to George Cecil Key of the H. S. Proctor survey. Warranty deed from 0. 0. Wells et ux to James Rawls et ux of the Connor-Henley addition to the city of Daingerfield. Warranty deed from Jack C. Rushing et ux to Alice Nichols of the Allen Urquhart survey. Warranty deed from Hollis Stewart et ux to C. J. Johnson et ux of the Nancy Vance survey. Warranty deed from C. J. John- son et ux to Hollis Stewart et ux of the Nancy Vance survey. Warranty deed from M. B. Hampton to Gus Kennedy et ux of the Hampton addition to the city of Omaha. Warranty deed from Morris Unsell to C. D. Bourke of the Unsell A addition to the city of Daingerfield. Oil, gas and mineral lease from Eugene Miller et al to .Leon Leg- gett of the Thomas W. Brooks survey. Warranty deed from Harold Parsley to William B. Leslie and Herman A. Walters o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1956

"■ - 1<WWW||• «ml■.*||WWimmnminnimw, hmhj.mii. ./* ';g If tt'i . .^. ... - vy -r- - * " <f-*t V-'• *' " Cornett I Miss Daisy Heard \ " 4J'he Ilev. Jarratt Major brought an interesting sermon Sunday from John 20:11-18. The title was "She Knew Jesus". • There was a good attendance at oth services morning and eve- ning worship. We welcome all who will attend. You will be bless- ed by coming. There will be church services Saturday night, March 17. Come and bring another person with you. There were 41 at the last Saturday night service. Let's swell the numbers to a great deal more. A Layman's meeting of the Methodist Church will be held in New Boston March 19 beginning at 7 p.m. All laymen are invited to attend. Especially the official board. The evening meal will be served by women of the church. A district youth rally will meet in Daingerfield on Wednesday, March 21. All youth groups are urged to attend. Mrs. Vida Cornett of Linden and Mrs. Vernon Shelton, Hughes Springs visited ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 March 1956

the NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1956 ' I Wh PERSONAL Mrs. Gerald McMichael of Dain- geriield was a visitor in town Monday. Mrs. 0. L. Beck is spending tnis week at Ennis with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCoy and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ballard of Port Arthur are visiting their chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ballard and family and other relatives. Mrs. Sarah Cameron of Union Chapel spent last Friday with Mrs. Pearl Cameron. William Robison of Dallas spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. W. W. RoM;,on. llPi** \ ^4' Mrs. W. N. Calloway is visiting at Cisco with her daughter, Mrs. Jack Chambliss, Mr. Chambliss and children. Airs. Herbert Hicks, Mrs. J. C. Barton and Mrs. E. H. Gregory of Dallas visited relatives at Mt. Pleasant last Friday. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tomie B. Harvey over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Harvey and children and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harvey of Kilgore, the Rev. and Mrs. Cecil McEntire and sons...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1956

ir*"""""" " •' Lv i.. yliiF ipl i Hfimutnr NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 70 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1956 NUMBER 34 REQUIREMENTS BEING MET Water System May Get State Approval -V «. : ii '-3 ■; Si The public water supply here apparently will soon be approved by the state health department. City officials are complying with all of the department's re- quirements for an approved sys- tem. Only two items were left for approval this week and those were minor. The two requirements are that a minimum of four samples of water per month be collected from the system and submitted regularly to the laboratory at Tex* arkana for examination, and monthly reports to be submitted to the department at Austin. Mayor W. A. Giles said the re- quirements would be met in order to get the water supply approved". A survey of the system was made by Dick Whittington, de- partment engineer, and W. L. Dodson, Naples water superinten- dent, on Feb. 8. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1956

,v '" ' ■ •i* 4v • • , V. anil !• :;v.' i wg '^L m # ■ ■- UM kj^ KB1 THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1956 :• v? v Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint We have been enjoying the lovely sunshine for the past sev- eral days. Even though the bite of winter is still hanging around, we realize that spring is near. We extend our love and sym- pathy to our many friends in the passing of their loved ones last week. Mr. A. H. Ingraham of Mar- ietta, Mr. Alvis Frost of Union Chapel, Mr. Ellard and Mr. Ben- nett of Linden and Mr. Jap Mc- Coy of Terrell were laid to rest at Union Chapel and Linden last week. Mr. Walter Stewart of Ty- ler passed away on Sunday at a hospital in Tyler. Funeral services were held in Tyler Monday after- noon for Mr. Stewart. We are very glad to report Mrs. Ella Tate slowly recovering at her home after a fall last week that left her with a black eye. Mrs. Allie Robertson, Mrs. Eugene Mc- Coy and Mrs. Bernice Griffin of Clarksville visited her Thursday afternoon. B. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1956

im mm*; 3H jorette in the band and an active member of the Spanish Club. Our giri of the week is Mary Jane Cherry. The BRAKMA CORRAL AROUND BIG "P" Plans are underway for parti- cipants in the interscholastic league events. Joan Galloway, Mar- tha Earl Strickland and Modene Whelchel are trying out for the spelling. Two from these will be able to enter. Mrs. Slaughter is busy working with the one-act play cast in order to participate in the interscholas- tic league contest Friday, March 23, at Talco. The name of the play is "Jinxed", a fantasy with com- edy overtones. The cast is Ray Thigpen, Frankie Galloway, John- ny Lewis, James Stewart and Jeanette Russell. The declamation contest will be at I-Iughes Springs April 6. The two entries are Maurice Hill and Virginia Roberts. It's good to see Roy Frank Ap- person back in school after his appendectomy. HOMEMAKING NEWS Nancy Jean Hampton, Myra Beth Betts and Sue Knigton made cookies for the Terrell State Hos- pital for St. Patrick's Day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1956

W-yfm nahs* monitor COUNTY RECORDS li ■pp Warranty deed from Annie Forsyth et al to D. W. Shirey et ux of the James Rowland survey. "Warranty deed from J. B. Ilolt et ux to Malvin Nix et ux of the Samuel Stewart survey. Warranty deed from J. B. Holt et ux to Hulen Fretwell et ux of the Samuel Stewart survey. Warranty deed from Earl J. Calk Jr. et ux to R. M. Abston Jr. et ux West Park Addition to the city of Daingerfield. Waranty deed from H. L. Wil- liams et al to C. E. Wallace of the John King survey. Warranty deed from Louise M. Brock et vir to C. E. Wallace of the John King survey. Guardian's deed from Louise M. Frock to C. E. Wallace of the John King survey. Deed from Norman P. Mason to James A. Farnham et ux of the Jenkins addition to the city of Daingerfield. Deed from Norman P. Mason to Jerry E. Efurd et ux of the Edge- mont subdivision an addition to the city of Lone Star. Deed from Norman P. Mason to Howard Floyd et ux of the Edge- mont subdivision an addition to the city ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1956

will IIIIKIi -nuty... 'PHR v, v S" "*-t;.v*^?r.T"T',T,^5'!" ,J3gr*' ■ % «**':; :•. f.uy'' •i • -.<•«- THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 19S6 T Narramore of Nash •*: WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MO INCOME TAX RETURNS by appointment only. Short forms C5. Long forms, including farm jturns and business returns $15 and up. Bill Henderson. 22-c ORDER BY PHONE: Call us for [your sandwiches and we will have Ithem ready for you. Dairyette. Phone 904-K21. 32-tc * '--r. Reroof Remodel Repair Porch Enclosures, All Types of Windows, Doors Installed. We Specialize In Cabinet Work. 3 Year Financing Approved KIRKLAND CABINET SHOP Phone 15F21" Marietta, Texas See Us For Your Screens and Lawn Furniture • FOR SALF: Lcpedeza hay cur- ed without rain, heavy bales, 65c a bale at barn. Phone 14F11. C. H. Waldon, Naples, Texas, Route 3. 34-c FOR RENT: Three room duplex apartment with private bath, screened in back porch, close in. Inquire at The Monitor. 34-c FOR SALE or trade for farm, my home in New Boston...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR By Mrs. O. E. Gibbs Mrs. Dan Foster's son, Bobby Grimes, who has been in Korea, is home for a while. Mrs. Foster has four boys in the service. Those who attended the quilt- ing Tuesday at Mrs. Bernice Hig- gins' home were Helen Hicks, Op- al Harty, Ethel Cobb, Mrs. Elmer Higgins, Mary Cobb, Lota Jacobs, Jean Cobb, Edna Gibbs, Maurine Gibbs and Granny Jacobs. All of them brought a covered dish for lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Mitchell visited Mr. and Mrs. Nugent Kess- eler at Rocky Point Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orb Gibbs attend- ed church at County Line Sunday and visited his brother and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Spencer from Naples visited in the home i^niiiu mmm , lfttmrf n— ——-■ the Inez i w w. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1956 Daniels Chapel Pewitt Menu THEATRE PRESENTS On Wide Screen FRIDAY and SATURDAY THE SQUARE JUNGLE Tony Curtis Pat Crowley PREVIEW SHACK OUT ON 101 Terry Moore Frank Lovejoy SUNDAY and MONDAY FLAME OF THE ISLAND Yvonne De Carl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1956

* Comett are-WJaiii THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1956 €: ii t$9M| i - •A.tawiii, ^5*-PI / « ;."• v# " ■ . Miss Daisy Heard Saturday night at 7:30 the Rev. Jarratt Major brought another e sermon in a series of mes- ges begun some Saturdays ago. ere was a good attendance, and all seemed spiritually lifted by coming out to church. Lets more people try to attend church, es- pecially lets remember the Satur- day night service when announc- ed. Mr. and Mrs. Max McMichael a-vi daughter, .Terry Lou, Mrs. Bera Grant and daughter, Miss Sarah Eitel visited relatives in Simms Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dudley of Texarkana were here on business in the interest of Willie Donald- son farm Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harbour and daughter of Mt. Pleasant visited her parents the C. D. Betts Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Walden and two children have moved to the Grady Betts farm. Mrs. Walden was formerly Miss Katherine Crocker of Marietta. They have lived in Okla. but have been in this vicinity...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 23 March 1956

PSSsfflSP s* FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1956 THE NAPLES MONITOR PERSONAL ifi- f i i ! I i t«l Bir ' iswsii I Mr. and Mrs. Reece Olds of Corpus Christi were Wednesday night guests with Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Floyd and Charlie Floyd last Mrs. A. A. Hummel and Mrs. R. L. Collins of Fort Worth visited one day last week with their mother, Mrs. W. 0. Bryan, who is a patient in a Shreveport hos- pital. Mrs. Jessie Mills and Mrs. Dan- ny Mills and Brenda visited Mrs. Joe Duncan in Mt. Pleasant Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Coker went to Dallas Wednesday and Mr. Co- ker entered the Medical Arts Hos- pital for treatment and possible surgery. Mrs. it. L. Collins of Fort Worth visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. A. A Hummel and Mattie Beth. Mr. Hummel accompanied her home for a visit and Mrs. HunnneJ and Mattie Beth visited there over the week end. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Mathews of Dallas and Mrs. W. F. Wallace of Corpus Christi stopped for a brief visit Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Coker. They were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1956

fjUl • V'Si. I « t TTajT- ' sn ;.'; if — ra Hit:. . NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 70 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1956 NUMBER 35 READY FOR OCCUPANCY BY NEXT WEEK I ' ",'v' . 4 V; m MUSIC SERVED FROM PAPER PLATES Bandmaster Billy led Coker and a student, Lenna Ann Robi- son, tack up one of the 1,800 paper plates that they have placed on the walls of the Pewitt band hall to improve the sound. The project was completed this week. (Photo by Jackie Brown) ONITORING AIN STREET M Pointing With Pride — Naples businesses were getting an early start on their job of sprucing up for spring . . One new building was going up, housing units were completed, an addition was being built on another busi: ess, another was getting ready to open and at least two others were mak- ing improvements . . Bohannan's Cafe was well along with con- struction of a new dining room that would seat 45 people . . It will be air conditioned and mo- dern . . The additi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1956

WM i fc / I l-v j fm THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1916 Storm Warning System Set Up Texas will meet the 1956 tor- nado season with one of the world's most complete storm warning systems, and with well oiled disaster rciief organization. Radar storm warning sets are in operation in 16 of the state's 20 first order weather bureaus. All state highway patrolmen have been carefully schooled in the wily ways of the weather and are keeping a sharp eye on the sky as they patrol the state. A patrolman is credited with sounding the first warning of the awesome San Angelo storm of 1953. Texas local severe weather warning system, the first estab- lished anywhere in the world, is made up of sets operating around the clock in Amarillo, Wichita Falls, Fort Worth, Midland, Lub- bock, Abilene, San Angelo, Waco, Austin, Port Arthur, Galveston, Houston, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Victoria and Browns- ville. Only four of the state's first order weather bureaus, El Paso, Laredo, Del Rio, and Da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1956

?*m « ' ASSEMBLY NEWS This week the assembly pro- • gram was moved up a day and presented on Tuesday morning at 9:30 a. m. The program was the one act play directed by Mrs. Slaughter. Also after the play Mr. Hamilton presented the Pewitt letters to the basketball boys. We were very happy to have as our guests the Dainp«rfield Freshmen and Senior speech classes and their sponsors, Mrs. Hurt and Mr. Pratt. <v FRESHMAN NEWS The freshmen came through with an upsetting victory this last j week by having a class party all j in one week. Up to this time the j freshmen have found it ii^pos- • sible to make such an accomp- j ment. Mike Dale, president, and Vesta Trumble, vice president took a firm grip on the meeting and quickly appointed Mike Roberts to be chairman of the refresh- ment committee, Peggy Brewer chairman of the decoration com- mittee and Vesta Trumble chair- man of the entertainment com- mittee. The BRAHMA CORRAL SPORTS NEWS The Brahmas basketball letter- men were presented...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1956

Tmmm# •\ - fc/v \'\ v* fc Cy"' I 1 < | i 'If THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 30# 1956 Business Wom-jn Make lour A trip to the Deep South by 40 members of the Business Womens Club must have been the greatest, because they're already talking a- bout taking another trip next year. The group, included a few wo- men who are not members of the club, left Naples at 4 a. m. March 18 and got back two days later about midnight. In those two days they had seen some of the most beautiful gar- dens in America, the Bellingrath Gardens at Mobile, Ala., and some of the places where American history was made in New Orleans. Their first stop after leaving Naples was in Shreveport for breakfast and a change of drivers. They reached Baton Rouge about noon and toured the grounds of the state capital. They made Mobile about 5 p. m. that first day and were glad to check into a hotel. They weren't too tired to attend the service that night at the Central Baptist Church, the second oldest Baptist church...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1956 tf WHO'S NEW —JNCOME TAX RETURNS by /" ^ ointment only. Short forms 1 S!<1 Long forms, including farm returns and business returns $15 and up. Bill Henderson. 22-c ORDER BY PHONE: Call us for yt}ur sandwiches and we will have them ready for you. Dairyette. Phone 904-K21. 32-tc Reroof Remodel Repair Porch Enclosures, All Types of Windows, Doors Installed. We Specialize In Cabinet Work. 3 Year Financing Approved KIRKLAND CABINET SHOP Phone 15F21 Marietta, Texas Ses Us For Your Screens and Lawn Furniture FOR SALE: Lespedeza hay cur- ed without rain, heavy bales, 65c a bale at barn. Phone 14F11. C. H. Waldon, Naples, Texas, Route 3. 34-c FOR RENT: Three room duplex apartment with private bath, screened in back porch, close in. Inquire at The Monitor. 34-c FOR SALE or trade for farm, my home in New Boston. All con- veniences. Natural Gas. Some terms. Herman Stinson. 34-2lp. Don't miss Hell On FriSco Bay starring Alan Ladd, Edward G. Robinson a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1956 Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint We are very sorry to report so many of our neighbors ill at home and in the hospitals. Miss Mollie Williams is at home to be confin- ed to her bed for some time. Ruby Baker writes from Houston that she is slowly improving in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Parker. Mrs. Lizzie Hunt is in Texarkana for treatment. She has been ill for some time. Miss Alice Ormond has been at home for several days with a bad cold. Mrs. H. 0. Allen was called to Memphis, Tenn., to nurse the hus- band of a friend, who suffered a stroke on Thursday. Mr. Davis passed away on Friday and Mrs. Allen left Saturday afternoon for Memphis to be with Mrs. Davis and children for a few days. Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Allie Robert- son, Mrs. Eugene McCoy and Mrs. H. 0. Allen Jr. visited Mrs. Jewel Robertson in Jefferson hospital Friday afternoon. Mrs. Robertson fell at her home Thursday and fractured her shoulder bone. She was slowly improving on Friday. Our ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1956

; sS Mm ■. #?, ■ •>?* rSji day. J®Lat was (If SflBfiiss Daisy Heard The Rev. Jarratt Major filled his regular appointment at the Cornett Methodist Church Sun- day. For Palm Sunday, he read atthew 19:28-38 verses. The .ssage at the 11 o'clock hour was entitled "What Does God Need?" There was a good crowd out to hear the fine sermon. A burial service after a funeral service at Naples was held Sun- day at 3:30 for Mr. Norris Tray- lor here at Cornett cemetery. Mr. Traylor passed away in Naples Saturday after a long illness. He is survived by a wife and several brothers and sisters. Roy Traylor of this community is a brother of the deceased man. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Roach of Maud spent the week end with her family, the Robert Ingrams. Mrs. Houston Garrison, Queen City, spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milas Har- rell. Mrs. Grady Betts joined her Cornett brother, Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Mc- Coy and other relatives Sunday for an anniversary celebration of Mrs. McCoy's family at Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 30 March 1956

- ■ V" | ■. • .> 1« ! ii Sf«;5' IP1- V \ J 1 Fy" t ■ 1 n THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 19S6 PERSONAL Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm McNatt and family of M^rsnaii, visited Mrs. W. W. McNatt Sunday. Gerald Davis of Texarkana visi- ted his mother, Mrs. A. J. Davis Sunday. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jordan were Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Brantley and family of Dallas. Miss Margie Boozer of Dallas, visited her grandmother, Mrs. Lula Boozer over the week end. She was accompanied to Naples by Iiafael Ranes. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robison had as their week end guests Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Fruje and family of Ore City. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rolston and Robert and Edward Florey of Mt. Pleasant spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Strickland and Martha went to Dallas last week end to visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Gregory and their new daughter, Julia Ann. Mrs. Strick- land remained there this week for a longer visit. Mr. Strickland and Martha returned Sunday. EASTER SP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1956

•' * f aqnji *WM s vV Hif." . Uy* -. ■« ■■ ■- . >. -.if. ;; «fUc-' 'V- , Mont tor NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 70 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1956 NUMBER 36 Baseball Workouts Start Next Week TO SET LOCATION OF FOUR LANE ROAD Baseball workouts for Naples' teen-age teams will start next week with Lenoy Slider and Cully Vaughan managing the boys. Naples will have teams entered in both the junior and senior divi- sions of the Bowie Teen-Age Base- ball league and each of the teams will play two games a week dur- ing the season. Each of the teams in the league will play a 22 game schedule. The senior team, to be managed by Vaughan, will be made up of boys from 15 through 18 years old. The other two teams will be for the 10 to 12 and the 13 and 14 year old age groups. Slider will . manage the two younger teams. Slider attended a meeting of team representatives at New Bos- ton Tuesday night. The officials of the league voted to limit t...

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