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

HP25 THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1956 V Corne Miss Daisy Heard Sunday was highlighted with an early Easter Service at 8:30 a. m. The Rev. Jarratt Major read the scripture from the tenth chapter of John, and took as his theme, ' The Tragedies of Easter. 'there was a good crowd for ihe service and several visitors. The Primary department had an Easter egg hunt after Sunday School. Sunday school followed Church services. Mr. William S. Heard Jr. of Dal- las spent the Easter holidays with his sisters, Misses Daisy and Janet Heard. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Betts and children of Tyler spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Betts. Mr. and Mrs. Milas Harrell had Sunday lunch with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Houston Garrison of Queen City. W. H. Kelly and son, Jesse in the Inez THEATRE PRESENTS On Wide Screen FRIDAY and SATURDAY APACHE AMBUSH Bill Williams PREVIEW CRY VENGEANCE Mark Stevens Martha Hyer SUNDAY and MONDAY THE LONE RANGER Clayton Moore Jay Silverheels Lyle Be...

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

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1956 I — The BRAHMA CORRAL THE GIRL OF THE WEEK Our girl of the week is a 5' 3" freshman. She has brown hair Oand green eyes. Her favorite song is "Lovey Dovey". She is seen \uite often with "Tush", her favorite person. Her favorite ex- pression is "Chum:ont\ Her favo- rite pastime is running around. Her pet peeve is for Deette and Diane to fight. Her favorite sport is> Baseball. Her favorite color is red. Our girl of the week is May Jean DeVore. W' ■ ■ fmi-c- THE BOY OF THE WEEK Our boy of the week is a fresh- man. He is 5' 8" tall with light hrown hair. He has blue eyes and his favorite song is " The Great Pretender". His favorite movie star is the "Tarantula". His most used expression is " dog gone". His favorite pastime,is baseball which is his favorite sport. His pet peeve is to have so much homework. His favorite color is red. Our boy of the week is Maurice Hill. ASSEMBLY NEWS The sophomores presented the assembly Wednesday. The gi^ls pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1956

mmmbm! -. ■ ■ ■ ■ 'r' •!■?; >!£' FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1954 THE NAPLES MONITOR Bryan's Mill &•-- • We did not have Easter service here Sunday, due to the illness of our pastor, the Rev. J. B. In- gram. Bro. Ingram has been con- fined to the Naples hospital since Saturday night, but is improving and we hope he will soon be at home. Bro. and Mrs. Ingram had all of their children home for Easter, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ingram of Borger, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Browning and Danny of Dallas, and Charles Ingram of Dallas. Mrs. Browning and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ingram remained with Bro. Ingram and Mrs. Ingram until he is more improved. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brock had their children, Mr. and Mrs. Bob- by Brock and Robbie of Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cobb, Richard ariu Dale, with them for dinner Sunday. All of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ab- ston's children spent Easter at home ./ith their parents. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wen- dsl Abston and sons, Bobby and Ronnie of Denison, Lenora of Marshall, J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR Mrs. Maude Shaddix returned home last Friday from Paris, where she visited in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Coker. I WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BU ■ ...iTr- i y-.-ar rv RENT: Four room house. Franklin. 36-c FOR SALE: 12-foot boat, 7% horsepower Mercury motor and boat trailer. All for $150. Leslie Spencer. 36-tc 1 •-"Ai k ORDER BY PHONE: Call us for _J>ur sandwiches and we will have thfcm 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 KBRKLAND CABINET SHOP Phone 15F21 Marietta, Texas See Us For Your Screens and Lawn Furniture m y 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 ■MBMOMrannHi BATHROOM INSTALLED . 36 Months to P...

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

\:«4 ' ' W;-' -■ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1956 Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint Easter services were held here at the Methodist Church at 8 a.m. and the Rev. Southerland brought a very impressive message at 11 o'clock at the Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Frost at- tended the Easter program given by the children and Miss Susie Robertson at Union Chapel. They also attended the Easter services there. Several of our members are still on our sick roll. Mrs. B. B. Webster of Texark- ana visited her mother, Mrs. A. D. Morris Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Dell visited her children over the week end. Miss Mollie Williams continues ill at her home but is slowly im- proving. Mrs. Ruby Baker writes 1 YOUR INSURANCE may be out of date, too! Suppose your home burned down! Would your old fire insurance rebuild it at today's costs? Too little i jrance can be costly. To protect you, let us plan a complete fire insurance program. Slider Insurance Agency NAPLES, TEXAS PHONE 85J I from Hou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1956

* * • J ^v. ■ ^ ^ N, Daniels Chapel By Mrs. 0. E. Gibbs Jimmie Harold McDaniel, a stu- dent at A and M College, visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L II. McDaniel over the holidays. Easter egg hunt was held ^P^he home of Mr. and Mrs. Omer Jacobs Sunday afternoon at 3.p. m. for the children of this com- munity. M[rs. Issac Murphy is in the hos- pital at Naples, after .undergoing surgery. Mrs. Dan Foster had three of her sons home with her for the Easter holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Reeves and children, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hartgrove and children all of Dal- las visited over the week end with their mother, Mrs. Versie Cobb, who is in the hospital in Naples. Roy Harty, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Bill Harty spent Friday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs 0. E. Gibbs. Mrs. Chris Warren's nephew visited her over the week end. Mr. Leroy Richardson is on the sick list this week. We wish him a speedy recovery. A Revival was started Sunday morning at the Rocky Point Meth- odist Church. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 April 1956

■ • 01 L XJUE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1956 PERSONAL Ronnie Franklin visited his grandfather, G. C. Partridge and family in Mt. Pleasant Sunday and Monday. Miss Betty Vaughan of TCU spent the week end at home. J. B. Kennedy and Willie Rae Kennedy of Haynesville, La. were up to see their sister and aunt, Miss Nan Kennedy, last week. Friends will be glad to know that Miss Nan, as she is affectionately known, has improved to where she is very much better. mammmmmmmm Out of community friends at- tending the funeral of Mr. Dave Lewis Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Austin and Mrs. E. F. Cun- ningham of Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Fleming visited her sisters, Mrs. L. W. Lyon and Mrs. W. B. Wood and families in Dallas last Thursday. Mrs. Fleming remained for the week end and Mr. Fleming went on a fishing trip to Lake Tex- homa. Oscar McMichael spent the week end with his granddaughter, Mrs. Byron P. Forney and family in Houston. Mrs. E. J. Leeves, Dr. Leeves and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1956

"y *■«**%• f#- T'JrW i T''mirila'ili lii'-n • "**r# ^^mUbuaii— fi I . ■ ; • *WM D •3.4 mp&w V':'..y' : *'■; gt*"' ^ .■> ' 'Mr;- &. ::1' ' ' ' Ij? ftyautea iHonttnr NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 )LUME 70 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1956 uto, Fire Insurance Rates Changed Fire insurance rates in Naples I year. Under the new schedule, it and Omaha have been changed effective April 1 and a change in automobile rates will be effective on May 1. Naples gained a credit and a slightly lower fire insurance rate this year and Omaha lost part of its credit. The reduction in Naples will be 15 per cent for dwellings and for most business houses. There are some exceptions where the losses have been heavy in that particular type of business. The change in Naples brought the rate down from a five per cent penalty to a ten per cent credit. Omaha had a 25 per cent credit last year but lost five per cent and will have a slightly higher fire insur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1956

«''■ ' V ' v ■■ '< ■■ :0 ::::>. 'V 'rn • ' ■ Y'V'•"*■. ■ 4-S '•••■ ■ ■■■: ■■ - J-, THf NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY. APRIL 13, 1754 Omaha Personals The Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Darter and son, Christopher, have been visiting the past several days with their parents and grandparents at Tahlequah, Okla. John D. Whatley of Port Ar- thur spent the week end here and Mrs. Whatley, who had been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCollum the past several weeks, returned home with him. Miss Janetta Pope, with her roommate Miss Jo Ann Overall of Winona, spent the past week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pope. Misses Pope and Overall are students in East Texas State Teachers College at Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Walker of Hughes Springs were visitors in Omaha Friday. Mrs. W. L. Perkins, Regena and William spent Saturday night and Sunday with the C. E. Perkins family at Simms. A-3c Howard C. Boozer, who is with the air force at Tucson, Ariz., spent his recent leave with his par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1956

mm Jm if! ■••■ I m I I •••'"' ,' By Mrs. B. W. Swint Winter seems to be on the way back to Texas on this Monday morning. We are promised a rain but it has not arrived yet. * Several of otfr friends remain ill and some others better. Mrs. Dollie Snipes is in St. Michaels Hospital. She was taken Sunday morning. She is resting very well this Monday morning Miss Mollie Williams is also improving. Mrs A. D. Morris remains about the same. Mrs. Lillie McCoy is back at home with Mrs. Eunice Rutland. She is slowly improving Mrs. Ru- by Baker is visiting her sister, Mrs. Curt Oppel of Dallas, for several days and will be at home this week. We sympathize with our friends and neighbors of Mrs. Kate Mc- Whorter. Miss Kate, as she is so familiarly called here, passed away at the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morriss of Atlanta Friday night and was laid to rest here Satur- day afternoon. She has made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Morriss for the past several years. Mrs. Lillie Fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR 'k^v Uy; - ■-'i-^-^-v' '..lu• -r> -■ .;■•:;:,m^0r%:0: .--i| "" fc> ';.- & •}■ f .• ' .'" ■>■■■"■- *y*:, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1956 WMU CIRCLE MEETS WiTH MRS. CASON The Georgia McCamey Circle of i he WMU of the First Baptist Church, Omaha, met with Mrs. Robert Cason in her home Mon- day afternoon. Eleven members were in attendance. Mrs. Claud Tucker opened the meeting with prayer, and Mrs. Ca- son presided over the business period. The Bible lesson on "Prayers of Moses" was presented by Mrs. Roy Witt. Dismissal prayer was voiced by Mrs. Clifton Wright. WHO'S NEW Bryan's Mill Terry Glyn Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Scott Smith of Marietta, born March 27 at the David Granberry Memorial Hos- pital and weighed 8 pounds and 2 ounces. 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 family. Terms To Fit Your Purse • Easy As A B C This is the bes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1956

% ■?>w THE NAPLES MONITOR TRIDAV, APRIL 13, 1956 'W FOR RENT: Four room house. B. C. Franklin. 36-c FOR SALE: 12-foot boat, 7Va horsepower Mercury motor and boat trailer. All for $150. Leslie Spencer. 36-tc m i V> * The Naples Flower Mart has a new shipment of plants for spring planting. Get them early. We have Caladiums, Stock, Snapdragons, and Petunias. Reroof Remodel Repair Porch Enclosures, All Types of Windows, Doors Installed. We Specialize In Cabinet Work. 3 Year Financing Approved KBRKLAND CABINET SHOP Phone 15F21 Marietta, Texas See 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 BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. FOR RENT: Three room fur- nished or unfurnished apartment with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1956 I r h ) 3* 3 •, I / i i i h s M Cornett By Miss Daisy Heard Morning worship service at 11 o'clock Sunday was attended by a splendid group. The Rev. Jar- ratt Major brought a very thought provoking sermon from Matthew 16:24-26. The tiile of his message was "The Law of Returns" from the scripture — For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it. Sunday night at 7:30 the mes- sage was the meaning of "The Lord's Supper". Communion was served. At 2:30 Sunday afternoon in Hughes Springs there were repre- sentatives present at the MYF meeting to help nominate the of- ficers for sub-district. Vacation Bible School Institute will be held in Maud April 20 beginning at 9:30 a.m. There will be an instruction class for all ages and for directors. All those going should carry a sack lunch. The host church will provide drinks. Quarterly conference will be held at Cornett April 22. The Rev K1DWELL ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1956

m*i .i;>«< -'■? t:-'-«" " v ">' *>-m THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 195* The BRAHMA CORRAL NOTICE favorite color is blue. His favor- ; Perry McMichael was responsi- Because of the absence of Mari- ite sport is basketball. His favor- ■ ble for the contests. The first one lyn Smith, editor, this paper was ite song is "Long Tall Sally". His I was a sp ring contest. Charles edited by Modene Whelchel and Virginia Roberts. LITERARY MEET The literary meet was held at Hughes Springs Friday afternoon and Pewitt had entries in six dif- ferent events. Ruth Pope and Carol Ann Knight entered in Typing I. Al- though the girls tried hard, they did not place. Modene Whelchel and Virginia favorite pastime is to play with Chili, his dog. His favorite buuuy is Joe Parham. His ambition is to be a bartender. Our boy of the week is none other than Jimmy Brown. HOMEMAKING NEWS The Senior Homemaking class honored the school board and the superintendent and principals at a dinner as a clim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 13 April 1956

SM THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1956 PERSONAL Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wommack were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wom- mack of Marietta, Mr. and Mrs. Jene Wommack of Maud, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wommack and baby of Bassett, Mrs. Estelle Thompson of Daingerfield, Mrs. Wayland Wommack of Hughes Springs and Noble Wommack of Naples. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Harrison, Patsy and Sonny were week end visitors at Garland, Tex., with her brothers and their families, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lee and children and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Lee and children. Miss Peggy McNatt of Dallas ana Ray Wills of Mesquite spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McNatt. Otis Falls of Mt. Pleasant visit- ed Sunday afternoon with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Falls. Claude Eaton and W. C. Eaton of Quanah, Texas were here last week end to attend the funeral service for Mrs. Roda Hampton. Mrs. Raymond Watson returned home Wednesday from Longview where she had been visiting with the Curtis lioo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1956

HP?" ■ ■ ■ ■' >■- **""• .. V/ tipica NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 70 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, Tt X., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 $$SSIm '.y-s - : • ■■ 1 i I ■ I F I I I * I I Gmaha Grocery Damaged By Fare Monday Night Fire which was discovered about 9:30 p.m. Monday in the rear of the Ellis Brothers Gro- cery and Market in Omaha caused heavy damage to the stock and building. The cause of the fire has not been determined. The stock and fixtures were al- most a total loss because of fire, smoke and water damage. Mr. Ellis said his loss was partly cov- ered by insurance. The interior of the building was badly damaged by fire, smoke and water and a portion of the I oof had to be torn off to put out the fire between the ceiling and roof. The loss on the building, belonging to David Giles, was al- so partly covered by insurance. The Naples firemen assisted the Omaha firemen in their work and in helping to prevent the fire from spreading to other buildings. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 <Y ' Omaha Personals Miss Sheryl Ann McKelvy of Houston was a guest two days last week of her fiance, Randy G. Moore and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uandy Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Beasley of Clarksville visited Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Beasley. Saturday guests in the Beasley home were their children, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Summers of Mt. Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Farris Richards, Robert and D^rla of Daingerfield spent Sunday with Mrs. Ruth Hart, George, Paul and Nina. BLUE LOTION FOR ATHLETES FOOT AND MINOR ITCHING CONDITIONS 35c ROBERTS DRUG OMAHA, TEXAS Mrs. Ida Davis and Mrs. Ola Davis were guests two days last week of their sister, Mrs. Bell Smith in Naples. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Davis of Gil- mer visited Saturday with her sis- ters, Mrs. Lula Robinson, Mrs. S. I. Beasley and Mr. Beasley, and with Mr. Davis' sister, Mrs. 0. M. Talley, and Mr. Talley. Don Lrown, who is attending school while stationed with the U. S. Navy at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1956

Douglassville THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 ':U: By Mrs. B. W. Swint The weather man is still playing tricks on some of us. Several here Saturday evening sat up until mid- night to be ready for the storm that was reported to arrive about at time. We were very glad to it the nice little rain about 2 a. fe. Sunday morning. Miss Mollie Williams, Mrs. Al- fred McCoy and Mrs. Maud Allen were honored Saturday at the Fxank William home on Texark- ana highway. Alfred failed to ar- rive for his birthday party but Miss Mollie anil Miss Maud were present. They received many nice gifts and the following members were present: \Mrs. Sharrer and Mrs. Harvey Sharrer, Mrs. Stafford McCoy, Mrs. Morris Snipes of Tex- arkana, Mrs. Josh Granberry, Mrs. Willie Herrington,* Mrs. Viola Swint, Mrs. Mattie McCoy, Miss Maggie. Williams, Mrs. Clarence Brown and Patsy of Ark. They enjoyed the delicious noon lunch. We send our best wishes to these friends for many more happy BUY A BETTER USED CAR at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 PERSONAL Mr. and Mr- Lee Scarborough of IV.r. ?"<*. Mrs. Irvin Floyd Mrs. Nacogdoches spent Sunday v ith Im deli I! berls and Miss Virginia hei parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts sisited with Mr. and Miw. Kennedy. Walter Floyd at Shreveport oyer — the *eek end. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Alderson of Oakland. Calif. were visitors last week end with her brother, Hard- mart Craig. Mrs. Craig and family. Mr. and Mrs. O I. Fink visited Sunda\ at Gilmer with his mother. Mrs. Lucy Fink, who is ill. Mrs. Jim Elled?* and Suzanne were visitors a* Texarkana Sun- day. Mrs. Melvin Coker of Paris vis- ited with her aunt, Mrs. Maude Shaddix. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Q. B Wommack. Mrs. Tom Coker. Betty Lou Nance. Mrs. Sy- bil Baldwin and Mrs. Cluren Wright of Omaha attended the Pilgrimage at Jefferson Sunday. Mrs. Z. Z. Smith of Dallas is visiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. II McNatt, Patsy and Sonny spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1956

mm M: , if'y " FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 THE NAPLES MONITOR ' ♦ WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE ■> AND SELLING! rJIAWBERRIES for sale at intersection of highway 67 and 20. W. C. Garrett. 38-2c FOR SALE: 12-foot boat, horsepower Mercury motor and boat trailer. All for $150. Leslie Spencer 36-tc ^SoB~ WANTEp: Companion for *Pc,'ly hidy, baby sitting, or oth- er work. Mrs. J. M. Hammonds, Omaha, Texas. 38-c %W; 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 Smith - Bates Funeral Home Mt. Pleasant, Texas 24 Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped We Honor All Policies Regardless of Company -A ft tiB' FOR SALE: Fairbank Morse water pump, pipe and tank. All for $50 cash. Mrs. Minnie Mc- Louth. 37-2tp FOR SALE: Ladies Nylon For- mals, $16.95. Owen's Department Store. FOR RENT: Two room house in Omaha, gas, lights and ...

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