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

Sai-StS. Pat®4 ■ BH$,V fi- ' mt *:•■ : fe' H5S& | THI NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1954 Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint We were very glad to have the nice little shower on this Sunday morning. The shower did not keep many people from the homecoming at Union Chapel. There was a good crowd and so much dinner on the ground. Everyone enjoyed the sermon brought by the Rev. Walter Zim- merman who has been holding a revival at Union Chapel all the past week. Several from here have been attending. We were very glad to hear this home town boy who has made good in the ministry. The revival closed Sun- day evening. On Wednesday, the following guests visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCoy: Mrs. Pearl Cameron of Naples, Mrs. Annie Smith and Mrs. Neal Brabham of Atlanta. Mrs. Maggie Carmichacl of Marshall, Mrs. Mary Cole of Naples, Mrs. Jeannie Berry of Lin- den, her daughter, Mrs. Jean Glasscock and daughter of Ches- ter were dinner guests. These ladies were afternoon guests: Mrs...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 May 1956

3 THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1956 I 1 ^!>avicl Granberry Hospital Records Admitted Mrs. Virginia Russell of Omaha, medical, dismissed. Mary J. Wilson of Little Rock, dical, dismissed. k mmy Lovelady of Dainger- j, surgery, dismissed. Mrs. Jamie Griffin of Naples, surgery, dismissed. Miss Nan Kennedy of Naples, medical, dismissed. Clif Franklin of Naples, medi- cal, dismissed. Ted Robison of Marietta, sur- gery. A. B. Dennis of Naples, medi- cal, dismissed. Mrs. Arvie Barnes of Naples, medical, dismissed. Mrs. C. H. Autry of Naples, medical. Mrs. Bobby Norris of Naples, medical, dismissed. Mrs. Louise Coley of Omaha, medical. Iris Jones of Daingerfield, med- ical. Yvonne Abernathy of Dainger- field, surgery. Loyce Jarratt of Daingerfield, dismissed. Mrs. Joe Nix of Daingerfield, medical. Nelson Fry of Talco, surgery. Others Dismissed Mrs. Gertrude Lewis, DeKalb. G. V. Witt, Naples. Billy Mack Parsley, Dainger- i field. Ipv LOCAL GIRL IS NAMED STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICER Sharon ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 4 May 1956

I I j I THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1956 PERSONAL Mrs. Alice Spurger returned ist Saturday • from an extended isit with her children at Dallas. Mrs. Maggie Carmichael of Mar- hall and Mrs. 0. L. Smith of At- jnta were visitors last week with ■Irs. Pearl Cameron. Guests Sunday with Mr. and Irs. R. J. Welch were Mr. and .Mrs. George Welch and children ad Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wommack f Atlanta. Miss Ann Haldenan of Texark- ana was a guest over the week end with Miss Suzanne Elledge. Billy Jo Hampton of Dallas spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hampton. John Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ray Kennedy of Haynes- ville, La. visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Lee Davis, Mrs. M. B. Hampton and Mrs. S. T. Smith were business visitors at Dallas Monday. Mrs. Fred Cobb, Virginia and 'rank of New Boston spent Fri- lay night and Saturday with their larents and grandparents, Mr. ind Mrs. Preston Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Presley visit- ed last week at Taylor with their son and fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1956

m pm'- ESTABLISHED IN 1306 INSTITUTION NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS COUNTY, MORRIS VOLUME NAPLES, TIME mtt 'Mfc-tr FRIDAY, MAY 11, NUMBER 41 Dig Again - Money Asked /or Ball Park Another fund-raising campaign is planned for the Little League baseball park. This time it will be to raise money to pay off an old note and to put the finishing touches on the park. If it is successful, the park will be made one of the best Little League parks in East Texas. The work includes building 100 bleacher seats, Greeting a protec- tive screen behind the playing field as far out as the outfield light posts, and building a mov- able outfield fence. Dr. James S. Leeves, member of the chamber of commerce base- ball committee and a leader of the drive to get the field built, said the campaign next week would be handled by a Mother's Booster club with Mrs. C. E. Booz- er in charge. Mrs. Boozer said the drive would be made by the same group of women who worked on the Cancer Crusade along with a fev; other wome...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1956

mm m m m a THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1956 / K,1 m i The BRAHMA CORRAL ASSEMBLY NEWS The new Student Council offi- cers were inaugurated Wednes- day at assembly. They are Roy Apperson, president; Jimmy Ful- gham, vice president; and Joan Galloway, secretary. SENIOR NEWS The seniors presented their two one-act plays Friday night and also for grade school Thurs- day morning. The profits from both performances were $83. Ev- eryone was very pleased with the outcome. The seniors finally received the invitations last Friday and, of course, everyone was very pleased with them. ETSTC PRESENTS PROGRAM The Girls Glee Club from East Texas State Teachers College pre- sented a program for high school Friday afternoon. A boys quartet, The Varsity Four, also sang sev- eral numbers. Glenda Apperson, former stu- dent of Pewitt, is a member of the Glee Club, and S. L. Fuller, one of the boys in the quartet, is a cousin and former student of Mrs. Slider. The students enjoyed the program very m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1956

. >, ■ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1956 Mrs. C. E. Coker Is Hostess To DRT The Anson Jones Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas held its final meeting of the season at the home of Mrs, C. E. (Joker in Naples Wednesday of last week. Mrs. H. T. Morris was co-hostess and Mrs. Coker was in charge of the business meeting in the ab- sence of the president, Mrs. P. E. Wallace. The pledge to both the flag of the United States and Texas were led by Mrs. Leon Coker. Mrs. W. W. McNatt and Mrs. Lon Thigpen were named to the yearbook committee. Mrs. Leon Coker gave a talk on the Republic National Bank build- ing at Dallas and used pictures to illustrate the talk. Mrs. H. T. Morris \discussed the predictions for the future of Texas. At the end of the program, the guests were invited into the din- ing room for refreshments. The dining table was decorated in the May Day theme. A low bowl of bluebonnets and pink stock made a background for the setting. At one end of the table ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1956

p-' !il THE NAPLES MONITOR mur ?v-s-. tap* FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1956 COUNTY RECORDS Commencement Speaker Dr. Clarence E. Peeples, presi- dent of Lon Morris College of Jacksonville, will deliver the prin- cipal address at the sixth annual graduation exercises for the Paul H. Pewitt high school on Thurs- day, May 24, at 8 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Dr. Peeples has an exceptional record of building Lon Morris College into one of the best Junior Colleges in Texas in the fields of music and art. I You'll enjoy "Ransom" starring Glenn Ford and Donna Reed at the Inez Theatre next Sunday and Monday. SUBSCRIPTION DUE? DON'T FORGET TO RENEW I THANK YOU For your patronage during the time I operated Mills Service Station. I have sold the station and wish my suc- cessor every success. Sincerely, Jnnior Mills THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Weekly At Naples, Texas Administrator's deed from J. Estus Parham and H. L. Hitchins Jr. to C. M. Russell and W. M. Russell as shown by the town plat of Omaha. Adm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1956

•<,X. '■ PS T " A THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1956. WHERE MORE Ho MORE BUYING AND SE m Electrical Wiring CONTRACT WORK KELLY'S Electric Shop FLOYD KELLY Phone 169J Naples, Texas Barbecue Hot Tamales To take out or eat here. Plate lunches. Chicken, fried or barbe- cued, half for 85 cents. Also sold by the pound. Plenty of cold drinks. Sandwiches. Hot tamales every Friday and Saturday. Hazel Hiner. 39-c DON'T SCRATCH THAT 1TCHI IN JUST 15 MINUTES. If not pleased, your 40c back at any drug store. Try instant-drying ITCH- ME-NOT at any time of day or night to KILL germs ON CONTACT. Fine for eczema, ringworm, foot itch and other surface itches. Today at Wyninegar Pharmacy si®*- FOR RENT: Four room house. B. C. Franklin. 36-c Dr. I. M. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE OPEN Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday - Friday - Saturday FOR SALE. The Dairyette. A good established business. Build- ing and equipment new last year. Id^al location one half mile west of N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1956

..v^;'.?.' - "V '■^^: ''X > **-VRV: . • , ' ■ Js ■. - * >1~V ."■?; : . • . ' •- v- ■ 7 V". ' - ;' S ■yfl • y? 1/' X THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1956 i Douglassville mother, who is not very well. Mrs. Allen was accompanied to Dallas l>v Aubrey Allen and Mrs. II. 0. •" "icit relatives By Mrs. B. W. Swint The Baptist revival began here Wednesday evening and closed this Sunday evening with the Rev. Ramseyer of Piney Grove as the guest speaker. Arthur Ray South- erland led the singing. The Wild Life Association pro- gram was held at the Roy Frost Club house Saturday evening with Mr. Haggard of Linden presiding in the absence of the president. Delicious pot stew and the trim- mings was enjoyed by a large group. Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt McCall have received the announcement Pittsburg Boy Wins Union Award Vernon Holcomb, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Holcomb of Pitts- burg, has been named the winner of the Philip Murray Memorial Scholarship, the United Steel- workers Local 4134 annou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1956

pipRpg % ■' RiMW Cornet! THE NAPLES MONITOR ■^s Daisy Heard •"iay School ^•"SasssT® * : , - 10;4y. There was ance. Here's hoping the sudden warm weather does not keep folks away from church and Sunday School. We will be looking for a 11 crowd next Sunday. The 'Major will be going to con- fcTff&e the last of May. Come and hear him. The B. E. Halls were hosts to the W. T. Walkers, the Milas Har- rells and the Lee Roy Yates of Marshall Friday night with a fine fish dinner and all the trimmings. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stanford of Corpus Christi, Mrs. L. C. Rea, Mrs. Lizzie Stanford and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harrison of Naples were all guests in the C. B. Hamp- ton home last week. The Lee Roy Yates family of Marshall spent the week end in the Bernice Hall home. The Board of Stewards met at the Methodist Church Saturday night at 7?30. Plans for better at- tendance were discussed, and the means raising the budget of the church for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Betts of Wichita Fall...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 May 1956

m I I i m - V v. Has* THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1956 PERSONAL Mrs. C. A. Carraway and chil-1 Mr. and Mrs. Otis Falls and dren of Hebron, Ky., arrived last week end for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Vissering. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Osborn at- tended the Decoration services at the Concord Baptist Church Sunday. Guests Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Osborn were her broth- er and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvey of Cookville, and Mrs. Charlie Harvey and Mrs. Anys Rivers of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Riner visited at Augusta, Ark. over the week end. Mrs. Riner remained for a longer visit. their grandson, Johny Swatsell ot Mt. Pleasant, visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Falls. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Boatright of Abilene visited over the. week end witli her sisters, Mrs. Metta Baker, Mrs. Homer Cole and Mr, Cole and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Garrett, Lin- da and Herschel of Naples, and Raymond Garrett of Magnolia, Ark., spent Saturday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 May 1956

-v" ffip i ■, W®f ' . ' 2 ■■%?>• 1. - !■■: >> vOLUME 70 (Tbi? tapirs DHonitnr NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY MAY 18, 1956 NUMBER 42 mUmmm Ramona Harvey Named Outstanding Nursing Student Miss Ramona Harvey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harvey of Naples, has been chosen to re- ceive the award as the outstand- ing student nurse at the Texas Eastern School of Nursing at Ty- ler. Her choice was announced on Tuesday of this week during the observance of "Honors Day" at Tyler Junior College. The award is based on scho- lastic average, which must be "B" or above, leadership qualities and over-all nursing ability. Each department in the college chooses its outstanding student to receive the award. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey were notified last week that Ramona had been chosen from the School of Nursing. The awards were made at gen- eral assembly Tuesday. The win- ners did not know they had been chosen until their names were cal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 May 1956

• ,"v";"tarn ■: . -—,11.1.-1 :■■ ; ' . V ■ > I '■Iv, ,-T«* M - ' ' ff W THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY MAY 18, 1956 / SR « H ■ Cornett By Miss Daisy Heard The Rev. Jarratt iviajor brought the last sermon of the year Sun- day. lie goes to annual conference in Houston May 29. The sermon Sunday was taken from Matthew 5:17-20. The title of his message was "What's Your Answer?" The church all joins in asking for a return of The Rev. Major. Mrs. A. M. Lawless and son of Midland is visiting the Halls and Curreys. Mr. Griff McMichael fell and broke his hip Wednesday at 8 o'clock. He was rushed by ambu- lance to the St.. Michael Hospital in Texarkana. He is resting as ■well as can be expected with all other complication. He has been ill for months. Mrs. Billy Thomas of Hobbs, New Mexico is back for a visit of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Woodie Wooten of Hughes Springs visited Sunday in the J. B. Thomas home. Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Petty, Mrs. Lila Gibson and daughter, Yvonne and Mr. and Mrs. Hollis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 May 1956

-JW— -V fPPIf ' k ■' a •i-W" ; ':v fi 1 THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1956 -J xit # f life * RV V I Am cg_ jour Count/ Extension Agent# •«* ~Tex.a.i. ■£). a><ct.At. (2otUge f-xteniion. S>c/ti/ice Ey R. J. Dean Once a cultivated pasture is established, management largely determines its productivity. Good grazing management on cultivat- ' ' «i feis: BY Chevrolet ed pastures requires rotation graz- ing. Up to half of the forage produced can be wasted if live- stock are permitted to graze con- tinously on a pasture. Cut the pasture into small blocks and graze the forage off in a hurry. Then shift the livestock to an- other block. Electric fences can be used for dividing the pastures. This method of grazing keeps the plants vigorous and the rest peri- ods permit them to build their root systems. If the forage pro duction gets ahead of the animals, use the surplus for hay or silage. Sudan grass is the most depend- able plant for summer temporary in Texas. A new extension ser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 May 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1956 Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint There iiave been quite a lew visitors in the homes of our people this Mother's t'^y- Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCall, Mrs. Dewitt MeCall, Mrs. Joe Dufl'er and Jean Harper of New Boston, and John McCall visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Martin at Arling- ton Sunday. The attraction was the new son who arrived recently in Mr. and Mrs. Martin's home. Mrs. Josh Granberry is nursing a burned arm since Tuesday of last week. On Wednesday Mrs. Granberry, Mrs. Willie Herring- ton, Mrs. J. C. Frost and Mrs. Eunice Rutland were invited to fish at the H. V. Caver Lake near Atlanta. Their luck was not so good. > Mrs. Harold Kay of Atlanta, (Nancy McCall) was hohored Fri- day evening at the REA Auditori- um with a miscellaneous shower Richard Hall | GROCERY At the old Save-A-Dime Store | I- i I Gibson Reg. 10c pkg. ;; Razor Blades 5c LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes Carton _ $2.19 TIDE WASHING POWDER Lge. pkg. _ 29c MRS. TUCKER'S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 May 1956

'.A' ^.r- Stfh - :'X ' "$*•' W ■•' ■•'■' ■'. '' '' '*•■ * ' b v ¥ ■>•••;■; ' - i 'ASSEMBLY NEWS The Pewitt Spanish Club invit- ertatfie Spanish Club from East Tl^L. State Teachers College to pil^h the assembly Wednesday. They presented several musical numbers and the Mexican Hat Dance. The program was enjoyed by everyone. After the program refresh- ments were served to the group by Mrs. Slider and the Spanish Club. CHEERLEADERS ELECTION The high school met in a special assembly Thursday for cheerlead- er tryouts. There were 11 girls who tried out. After the tryouts everyone voted by secret ballot. Those elected were Lahoma Pol- son, Mary Jane Cherry, Martha Thigpen and Barbara Ellis. SENIOR NEWS The seniors will meet Monday to make final arrangements for the senior trip. They will leave for New Orleans May 25, the day after graduation. The Baccalaureate Service will be at 8 p. m. on May 20. The BRAHMA CORRAL THE GIRL OF THE WEEK The girl of the week is 5' 2", blue eyes and brown ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 May 1956

MHRHKIMMMM in & . m \ ■> * . I5,'" *■' ?'" •• : . ■ 'i '■!. I*, '•' mm a H|&]J Mtti THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1956 PERSONAL Misses Dubie and Sarah Pres- | Mr. and Mrs. Orval Miller visit- ley, Miss LaJuan Richardson and ed relatives at Linden Monday ■ ■i i, Mrs. Carrie Maude Carlisle were in Tyler Wednesday night to at- tend the "Ecole De Beaute," pre- senting hair stylist, Monsieur Simon of Paris and Signor Gian- netlo of Italy. William Robison of Dallas visit- ed with Mrs. Will Robison here m Mother's Day. Mrs. W. H. Brown visited re- cently at San Antonio with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gossett. Mrs. Orval Miller and Gordon Dale spent Sunday at DeKalb with her mother, Mrs. Irvin McMillan. Olen Floyd of Dallas visited Sunday and Monday with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Floyd. Mrs. Maude Shaddix night. The Rev. Horace Hampton of Shreveport spent Saturday night with his father, J. R. Hampton and Mrs. Hampton. Mrs. Maude Shaddix spent the week ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 May 1956

x&sktou 'v ifi'rriTi fr ri' ~ i m -/v xmifor VOLUME 70 NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY,TEX., FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1956 Lions Club Being Organized Here s v' mm £fi® Organization of a Lions Club was started here last week. Eighteen persons interested in the formation of the club met at Bohannan's Cafe last Friday at noon. The cafe served lunch to the group free. T. M. McNatt was elected act- ing president and Tom Coker was elected acting secretary for the club. Both will serve until the club can be organized and per- manent officers can be elected. The group voted to meet twice a month on the second and fourth Wednesdays. The meetings will be held at noon but the permanent meeting place was not decided. A second meeting of the club was held Wednesday with 25 prospective members present. Seven members of the New Boston Lions Club and a repre- sentative of the international or- ONiTORING AIN STREET Sweels to the Sweet — Back in our eariy day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 May 1956

Wright Patman Candidate For U S. Representative TO THE PEOPLE OF THE FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF TEXAS: It is with a feeling of humility and gratitude that I ask you for the nomination at the Democratic Primary, July 28, 1956, for elec- tion as your Representative from the First Congressional District of Texas to the Eighty-Fifth Unit- ed States Congress*- which con- venes January 3, 1957. I have no right to ask for this great honor unless you relieve that it is in your interest to select me for the place. It is expected that the people of our District will select the one to represent them who is in the best position to render the greatest service and in whom they have complete con- fidence. The seniority system in Con- gress is as old as the Congress itself. Whether we favor it or not, such a system will continue for the obvious system has not been proposed. The people of a Con- gressional District have a right ERNEST HALL EVERYTHING AT ONE STOP Grocery and JViarket 7 miles sou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 May 1956

Cornett IJf> Miss Daisy Heard * "Sunday School attendance was exceptionally good the past Sun day. We hope all church lumbers and church going people will at- tend Sunday, May 27th. The Rev. * Major will preach his last sermon before going to cortference. Come etier Service BY Chevrolet CHEVROLET & r:- THE NAPLES MONITOR FRiDAY, MAY 25, 1956 Douglassville 1 • Yes, the Chevrolet sign is known from coast to coast by motorist, trucker and fleet owners as the sign of friendly service . . . the sign of fast, efficient service that can and will get you back on the road in a hurry when trouble hits. Chevrolet-trained mechanics and Genuine Chevrolet parts are your best assurance of complete service satisfaction. COKER - ^Chevrolet Co. FRANK LEE, Service Manager IP hear him. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M^uldin of Shreveport visited the R. L. Mc- Coids Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hall of Beau- mont visited Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Beiis over the week end. Mrs. II. C. Arnold and Mrs. Nora Gibson a...

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