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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1956

-A./.,,•• :■•/>/' ;$S :r THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 l.kUnh By R. J. Dean, County Agent Visiting poultrymen in the coun- ty, we have found heavy infesta- tion of lice on the chickens and in the laying house. This is the time that lice are most prevalent and unless they are controlled laying production of the flock will drop. Lice can be controlled by using 1 per cent Lindane perch paint or spray inside of the house with .5 per cent Lindane. The chickens themselves should be dusted with sodium fluoride. * * * * For the two days April 30 and May 1, hogs will hold the spotlight at Texas A & M College. It's the annual Swine Field Day sponsored by the Texas Swine Breeders As- sociation and the Animal Husban dry Department of the A & M College System. Because of the widespread in- terest in meat type hogs and the shift in consumer demand for leaner pork, special emphasis is being given to subjects relating to the production and marketing of this type animal. Headl...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1956

0 THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 f ■ | ' Ell ...... _ MILITARY RESER\ E WEkK PROCLAIMED—Governor Allan Shivers signs the proclamation desig- nating Military Reserve Week in Texas as April 22 - 28. The principal objective of Military Reserve Week, sponsored by the National Security Committee and its 19 Constituent Organizations, is to spur enlist* ments in the Reserve Forces of youths 17-18% years of age. Witnessing the signing are (L to R): Major General K. L. Berry, Adjutant General, Texas, in charge of National Guard activities; Mrs. A. B. Crow, President, Austin Women's Federation; Governor Shivers; Major General Lewis S. Griffing, Chief, Texas Military District; and Brigadier General J. Earl Rudder, Commanding General, 90th Infantry Division. CARVER HIGH School News GENERAL ASSEMBLY sj The general assembly was pre- sented by grades 3B and 4A. The program was made up of recita- tions, songs and a play entitled "Court of the City Beautiful", i After the program was pre-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1956

J S&MNE *.';*i'.',, •'' s..-; j THE NAPLES MONITOR ■M&xm** scmmtp#***j , * v FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 Bell Names New Manager Bill Holman, of Dallas, has been named manager of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company here re- placing Charlie Freet, who has headed the local office since July, 1952, District Manager J. L. Monk of Tyler has announced. Freet will become manager for the company in Longview. Bill Holman ROCKY POINT Congregational Methodist Church Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. (1st and 3rd Sundays) Young People's Ser. 6:30 p.m. Night Worship 7 p.m. (1st and 3rd Sundays) Prayer Meeting Tues. Night Bill Harty, Pastor (Hear Gospel of Peace radio program KIMP every Sunday at 7:30 a.m.) AMBULANCE Nail-Haggard, Inc. Phones 109 or 287 or 144 DAINGERFIELD, TEXAS I. 7WZVS Holman will be manager fc the telephone company in Terrell, Mt. Pleasant, Forney, Pittsburg, Omaha, Wills Point, Edgewood and Mineola. Ilolman, 26, began his tele- phone career in 1950 as a com-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1956

I I I THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 ■ r i ■ ■ gr&Ararst^rr-.i. !-•' ' vfe"- pi'#' THE GIRL OF THE WEEK The girl of the week is a junior. She is 5' 5%" tall. Her favorite ^g>lor is yellow. Her favorite pas- T^nie is fighting Frankie. Her favorite expression is "crud". Her favorite person is Billy "Speedo" Rhodes, and her favorite song is "Speedo". Our girl of the week is none other than Joan Galloway. The BRAHMA CORRAL I three very good boys. Delwyn THE BOY OF THE WEEK The boy of the week is 5' 7V2" tall. He has brown hair and blue eyes. His favorite color is blue. His favorite pastime is anything that has to do with girls. His favorite sport is baseball. His favorite expression is "nuts". His favorite person is "Butch", his dog. His favorite song is "Cherry Lips". Our boy of the week also collects autographs on his cast. You guessed it, none other than Lany Talley. SPORTS NEWS The Brahmas had bad weather and didn't get to work out very much last week. The Brahmas ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 20 April 1956

a • * 1. ■ JS$> •■ FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 1 HE NAPLES MONITOR •. V^" >■ • i . : («( PERSONAL 1 H H ' Vvl I John A. Shaddix of New Boston had lunch with his mother, Mrs. Iaude Shaddix, Tuesday fc j; ' ■ Visitors in the J. C. Harrison home over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harrison and baby rom Kilgore, Mr. and Mrs. Or- val Odham and family of Tex- irkana, Mrs. Maud Rea of Naples, Vlr, and Mrs. C. B. Hampton and ;randdaughter, Melba Wells from domett, Mr. and Mrs. Oat Dod- ion and family of the Dalton com- uunity. Mrs. 0. H. Smith of Mt. Pleas- mt visited her parents, Mr. and lrs. Charlie Freeman last Friday. ■■BHSH Our New Dining Room NOW OPEN MORE COMFORTABLE LESS WAITING We are now prepared to serve family groups or parties. Call us for reservations. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sheffield of Lawton, Okla., spent last Fri- day night with their grandson, Gene Hoffman, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Watson. Mrs. Opal Davenport was re- turned last Sunday from Baylor hospital at Dallas. She h...

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

mm ■■ VOLUME 70 m iXnplrs NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 tmm, H. R. Hamilton Elected President Of Teacher Group II. R. Hamilton, Pewitt high school principal, was elected .pres- ident of the Morris County Teach- ers Association in a meeting held Tuesday of last week at Dainger- field. Two jother Pewitt faculty mem- bers were also elected to offices in the association. They are Mrs. Herman Young, secretary, and W. C. Beasley, second vice presi- dent. Douglas Nobles of Dainger- field was elected first vice presi- dent. j Hamilton succeeds T. C. Winter as president of the organization. The business meeting was de- voted primarily to the discussion and planning of campaign proce- dures for publicizing the amend- ment to the Teacher Retirement Act. The act will be voted on by the public this fall. Following the business meeting, refreshments of cookies -and cof- fee were served in the homemak- ing department. iSSfSV-' m rz A - ONITORING TjD i • v m I i L- ■ SpSr...

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

f>[j ■■■■■ THE NAPLES MONITOR APRIL 27, 1956 Cornett By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday was highlighted with a splendid sermon from the District Superintendent, the Rev. Thomas Price. Lunch was spread at 12 o'clock and at 1:30 the fourth quarterly conference convened. There was a fine attendance, and all could say it was a big day at the Cornett Methodist Church. The MYF group and assistant sponsor. Mrs. Bera Grant attend- ed the sub district meeting at Lin- den Monday, April 16. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hanes and daughter, Carolyn, Misses Lilty Hanes and Nettie Wallace visited Miss Daisy Heard Saturday after- noon. Remember prayer meeting each Wednesday evening, and recrea- tional hour for the youth. The Rev. Jarratt Major visited several members or stewards "of tiie church Saturday. Mrs. iJoyce held a birthday party for her .,on, E. W. Joyce and Miss Sarah Eitel on the evening of April 13. The honorees were presented many nice gifts, and a large group of young people and adults were served ...

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

I ! i THE NAPLES MONITOR APRIL 27, 1956 It is Straw Hat time. We have a wide selection. HATS DOBBS DAVIS $1.95 TO $4.95 New Sport Shirts Wembley Ties Brock and Mills UNION CHAPEL By Mrs. K. L. Shaddix Everyone remember the home coming which will be held Sunday April 2d, at the Union Chapel Methodist Church. The Rev. Wal- ter Zimmerman of Dallas will de- liver the 11 o'clock message. Mrs. Palmer of San Josa, Calif., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer. Mrs. Estelle Thompson is visi- ting in this community thrts week. Mr. W. E. McCoy and Mrs. Eu- nice Coker of Marshall celebrated their birthday Sunday at Marietta lunch room. Everyone that at- tended enjoyed the day. Mrs. Neal Brabham and Mrs. Annie Smith of Atlanta are visi- ting in this community this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Musick and Mrs. Jim McCoy spent Saturday on Caddo. Kirby Shaddix and Mrs. Vergie Cranberry have had the measles for the last' week. We are sorry to report that Mrs. Granberry is still in the hospital and not fe...

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

Ti'j": I I I ■ > m THE NAPLES MONITOR APRIL 27, 1956 Bryan's Mill By Mrs. Steve Brock The revival closed Sunday night with no additions to the Church but with good attendance throughout the week. Bro. In- gram brought some wonderful messages. The cemetery working here will be on May 11th. Everyone is invited to attend and bring a lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bell and chil- dren of Hooks visited over the week end in the Thomas Bell home. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brock and children ol Lone Star visited with his mother, Mrs. Beulah Brock, the past week. The G. L. Davlins had their daughter, Mrs. Howard Walker of Gilmer, Luther and Jack Davlin, and children and Fred Holland and family of Linden as guests this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Skelton of Naples spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stringer. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Teague and son of Texarkana visited over the week end with her fa- ther, Mr. Ira Stacks. Mr. arid Mrs. Roy Melton honor- ed Mrs. Melton's mother, Mrs. Sallie Brock, of ...

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

mmm i | WHERE MORE FOK SALE: Good Jersey milk cow and heifer calf. Genlle and Opt right for a family cow. See e Fulcher. 35c STRAWBERRIES for sale at intersection of highway 67 and 26. W. C. Garrett. 38-2c FOR SALE: 12-foot boat, 7^ horsepower Mercury motor and boat trailer. All for $150. Leslie Spencer. 36-tc Reroof Remodel Repair Porch Enclosures, All Types of Windows, Doors Installed. We Specialize In Cabinet Work. 3 Year Financing Approved KERKLAND CABINET SHOP Phone 15F51 Marietta, Texas See Us For Your Screens and Lawn Furniture FOR RENT: Three room duplex apartment with private bath, Screened in back porch, close in. Inquire at The Monitor. 34-c BATHROOM INSTALLED W~ 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. FOR RENT: Three room ftir- nished or unfurnished apartment with private bath. Mrs. A. J. Davig. X j31-tc | m- 0 Mr -M. GR1GSON MEMBER Four States Electronics Ass'n PHONE 26 NAPLES FOR SALE/~*toed Florence cooking range: Ma\ be seen at Mills Servi...

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

■ THE NAPLES MONITOR APRIL 27, 1956 Baptist Church Activities Dougiassville Rev. Morris Hill, pastof Sunday School 10 a.m Morning Worship 11 a.m. Training Union 7 p.m Evening Worship 8 p.m. Wednesday 8 p.m. By Mrs. B. W. Swint Sunday was a big day at Mari- etta lunch room for Eugene Mc- Coy and Mrs. Eunice Coker of Marshall. They celebrated their twin birthday there with family relatives and friends. There were visitors from nearby communities and towns. A bountiful spread was enjoyed by the group at the noon hour. Goodbye was said to them for many more happy birthdays and the group will be looking forward to another day next year. Members of Ever Ready Sunday School Class were invited to a covered dish 6 o'clock dinner in the ranch home of Mr. aiflS Mrs. W. G. Baker on Thursday evening . > A t Sfeit^V 'tlf* with Genuine CHEVROLET REPLACEMENT PARTS 1. Genuine Chevrolet Parts are low in price. 2. They are made to fit your Chevrolet. 3. They help to hold driving costs to a minimum....

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

% 1 I 4f ./ I Kenneth Simmons Announces For Congress "I wish to take this opportunity to make my formal newspaper announcement for U. S. Repre- sentative, First District of Texas. "i announced for this office ov- er television on Jan. 19, 1956 and have been actively campaigning since that time. '"I am 35 years of age, married and have two children. I was born at Lake View, Iowa, the son of Frank Simmons, a farmer and merchant. My family moved to Texas when I was one year old and my father died when I was eight years old. The depression came the next year and I started working then and have been working ever since, supporting my mother and family. "I graduated from Sunset High School in Dallas, Texas in 1940 and attended S. M. U. night school and The University of Texas until 1943 when I entered the Air Force. 1 served three years dur- ing World War II and was a pris- oner of war in Germany from October of 1944 until the end of the war in Europe." After the war Kenneth Sim- mons retu...

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

£ - W' k-&> if ASSOCIATE STORE We're triply proud today, proud of our store, our community, our opportunity to bring you the pick of Western Auto's nationally-advertised quaiity brands. And along with our pfide, we feel a deep responsibility to know our neighbors, serve them well, assure their satisfaction. Come in, let's get acquainted. You'll like our store! Saturday, April 28 Jerry Grainger Manager i u\.i Nanl 2J2572 2J1615 stores over 1/4 ton! TOf Wl a %■- k "Master Deluxe 15" Wizard food freezer $258.' Savings and service! 15 cu. ft. <>I safe zero storage right in your own home. 92 lb. fast- freeze area. Ilandy storage baskets and dividers. Exclusive "Safe Glow" Sertinel warns you of power failure ar rising tempera- ture. 2J1615. Wizard "DeLuxe 20" freezer $298.00 speedy drain pump 10-lb. capacity • Lovell pressure- cleansing wringer transmission guaranteed 5 yrs. y ^ v V ^ Wizard semi-automatic gives you truly controlled washing! $129.95 Just set the washing time ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 April 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR APRIL 27, 1956 w? The BRAHMA CORRAL GIRL OF THE WEEK )ur girl of the week is a senior, has dark brown hair and Iler favorite song is "Ivory Towers". Her favorite person is Nancy Jo Hampton. Her favorite pastime is listening to music. Her pet peeve is for Mrs. Foster to assign so much shorthand. Her iavorite sport is football. Her fa- vorite color is green. She was typist for the annual staff and she is secretary of the senior class. Our girl of the week is Jeanette Wommack. BOY OF THE WEEK Our boy of the week is a senior. He has black hair and brown eyes. His favorite song is "Hey Porter". His favorite person is Noel. His favorite expression is "Aw Heck". His pet peeve is for Mr. Loffer to make him pick up paper in the study hall. His fa- vorite sport is boxing. His favor- ite color is black. Our boy of the week is Noel Tuck. Old Fashioned Personalized Service HUMBLE SERVICE Call us or drive in , anytime when you need service for your car. Our skilled attendants a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 27 April 1956

APRIL 27, 1954 THE NAPLES MONITOR PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hammonds id children spent several days '\is week with his brother and imily, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ham- londs and children at Ft. Worth. VISIT OUR BABY DEPARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Hearn and children of Dallas spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Dodson and family. During Baby Week U ' liP'S* v L I • April 28 We have a complete line of Infants and Childrens wear at popular prices. norma s dress shop Phone 125-W Mr. and Mrs. Bert Glaze and Kathy of Marshall spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan. Ivy Betts is a patient at the Veterans Hospital at McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burnett of Mt. Pleasant spent last Friday night with her father, the Rev. C. C. Mills and Mrs. Mills. Mrs. Virene Weathersby and Bill visited Jack Weathersby in Little Rock, Ark., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Walls visited Sunday in Waco with their son, Tommy, who is a student at Bay- lor University. Mr. and Mrs. Claud N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 May 1956

tapirs irHmtti NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN IfiM I VOLUME 70 Vote May be Called by City m- Wm NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1956 Si- The city council is considering a special election to decide wheth- er or not parking meters should be installed in Naples. Mayor W. A. Giles said Wednes- day the election would be called unless enough people express their opposition to him and mem- bers of the council within the next few days. The matter came up at the regular meeting of the council Tuesday night. Members of the council said they had been told some people favored the meters as a solution to the parking prob- lem here. The problem came in for atten- tion earlier by the Chamber of Commerce but no recommenda- tions were made. Mayor Giles said, if the election is held and the voters favor the meters, a company would set them in place and take half of the money deposited in thehi for a six months period. Then if the city wanted to keep the meters, they ...

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

«Iff .-" • . ! >" 1 FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1956 THE NAPLES MONI'OR The BRAHMA CORRAL ASSEMBLY NEWS In assembly Wednesday, the! student body elected the Student Council Officers for the coming. year. Those elected were Roy Ap- person, president; Jimmy Ful- gham, vice president; and Joan Galloway, secretary. Good luck to the new Student Council. STATE EVENT Frankie Galloway and Billy Morgan became the third and fourth boys to qualify for the State Meet in Austin. Galloway and Morgan will be accompanied by Coach Ramey. They will probably leav$ for Austin Thursday. SENIOR PLAY The seniors have been rehears- ing their two one act plays which are to be presented to the public Friday, May 4. The proceeds from these plays will go into the treas- ury for the senior trip. The seniors want everyone who can to attend. GIRL OF THE WEEK Our girl of the week is a fresh- man. She has auburn hair and brown eyes. Her favorite song is "Lovely One". Her favorite per- son is Sue. Her favorite expres- sion is...

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

pip4- I .V . . ' 7 % Vr"? ' *" '* v' • f- •4' ' -it£ ; vfwr *-^*w i- t Daniels By Mrs. O. E. Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Strawn and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ragland visited Mrs. Ragland's mother and grandmother in Texarkana over the week end. Mrs. Orb Gibbs, Peggy and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Gibbs were in Tex arkana Monday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Griffin and children from Atlanta visited Mr. and Mrs. Omer Jacobs Sunday. We are sorry to hear of Mr. and M*s. Ray Beggs daughter, Darsy getting burned. We are very glad to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Edward Cobb to our community and to have them members of our church. We were glad to have four more added to our church Sunday night. Two were saved Sunday morning at Mt. Pleasant fifth Sun- day meeting and joined the church Sunday night. It was Mr. 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 irance can be costly. To protect you, let us plan a complet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 May 1956

FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1956 THE NAPLES MONITOR m Naples Meets Polio Quota; Other Towns In County Fall Short The March of Dimes drive in Morris County this year brought a total of $3,939.09 in contribu- tions. That was $10.91 less than the county's quota. M. B. Hampton, county cam- paign director, announced the final figuies this week. Naples met its quota and gave more than a third of the total contributed in the county. The contributions -here amounted to $1,483.07. S. T. Smith was the local campaign director and Mrs. Lon Thigpen directed the Moth- er's March on Polio in the resi- dential sections of town. Omaha's contributions totaled $980.64 and Daingerfield gave $1,069.85. B. B. Brown was in charge of the Omaha drive and Herman Walters the Daingerfield campaign. Lone Star gave $353.19 with O. L. Stevens as director and Ca- son $102.31 led by Morris Hen- derson. Hampton expressed his appre- ciation to the workers of the county and to those who contrib- uted to the polio fund. Bryan's Mil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 May 1956

Dr. I. SVI. Watson OPTOMETRIST Monday • Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday - Friday - Saturday FOR SALE. The Dairyette. A good established business. Build- ing and equipment new last year. Ideal location one half mile west of Naples on busy highway 67. The best of the year's business just starting. Don't miss this chance to get in business for your- self. George Vissering. 39-c DEPENDABLE Watch Repair J. W. GARRETT JEWELER FOR .SALE. Choice building lot on highway 67 east. Level and ready to build. See Raymond Wat- son. 37-tc 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 RENT: Three room duplex apartment with private bath, screened in back porch, close in. Inquire at The Monitor. 34-c :< oooo«:- oog BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. The Naples Ba...

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