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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 8 June 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, June 8, 1956 PERSONAL Miss Jeanne Ruth Falls is visit- ing relatives at Beaumont. She will spend two weeks there. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge and Suzanne and his mother, Mrs. F, G. Parker of Texarkana attended a family reunion at Horatio, Ark., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J". B. Welch and son of Dallas are visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welch. Miss Annette Roach, a student at Texas Eastern School of Nurs- ing at Tyler, is spending a two weeks vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Roach. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Skelton visited Sunday with her sister and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hicks at Mt. Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watts White- cotton and children of Garland are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Watts and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathews. Jim Hicks of Commerce spent the week end here with his broth- er, John Hicks and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welch and Herschel spent Sunday at Atlanta with Mr. and Mrs. George Welch and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hampton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1956

I <Efl£ & VOLUME 70 S3 Lions Club Elects Officers Wednesday The newly organized Naples Lions Club elected its officers! Wednesday. Leon Garrett will be president of the organization, H. T. Morris will be first vice president, T. M. McNatt second vice president and Lewis Rogers third vice president. Randall Ranes was elected sec- retary and treasurer. Other of- ficers are Billy Ted Coker tail- twister, Lenoy Slider Lion tamer, and Eugene Falls, Bun Hall. Tom my Gene Coker and S. T. Smith, members of the board of direc- tors. Falls and Hall will serve for one year terms and Coker and Smith for two yea# terms. The new officers took over their duties at the meeting held at noon Wednesday at Bohannari's cafe. The club meets each second and ' fourth Wednesday of the month. The guest speaker at the meet- ing this week was the Rev. John Davis of' New Boston, who dis- cussed the organization, purpose and accomplishments of the club. . The club was organized here last month and 23 pers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1956 Daniels Chapel By Peggy Gibbs We had a large number out for Sunday School Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Bill Harty visited Mr. and Mrs. Eli Cobb Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ragland visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Minton of San Antonio. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Gibbs and family were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Orb Gibbs Sunday. Nine young people of this com- munity left for Youth Camp at Garrison. Those attending were Willene and Eugene Warren, Lura Maron, Wanda, Patsy Ruth and Patsy Jeanette Jacobs, Patsy and Nathan Tefteller. Mrs. Mary Foster is home now after a seemingly long time in the hospital at Texaarkana. Mrs. Orb Gibbs, Peggy and Jer- ry visited their mother and grand- mother, Mrs. R. L. Crumpler at Como Monday. Mrs. Crumpler re- turned with them for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harty and Mike of Mt. Pleasant, Mrs. Bill Harty and Ray of Naples left Monday morning for St. Louis. They are expected back Wednes- day....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1956

J Cornett f i By Miss Daisy Heard The He v. James Knight, the new pastor of Cornett and Hams Chapel, preached his first sermon of the new conference year at this place Sunday. The Rev. Knight's message was taken from the scripture, Rom- ans 7th chapter, 1-16 verses. His theme was "The Gospel" at 11 o'clock and his night message ' The Church". There was a splendid crowd out to hear the Rev. Knight. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Beauchamp of Fort Worth spent Friday night and again Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Eera Grant. The Beauchamps were vacationing with relatives in Texarkana and Kilgore. The Rev. and Mrs. Knight had Sunday lunch with Mr. and Mrs. Donald" Betts. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Betts and sons visited Mrs. Rhoda McCoy Sunday afternoon. Mr. Max McMichael and Miss Sarah Eitel arrived home Satur- day morning. Sarah had been va- cationing two wec!:r in Hobbs, New Mexico with nr sister, Mr. and McMichael. Max will remain <i few days on business. ■ ^ I Baptist Church Activities Rev. Morris Hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1956

. ' « ®. ♦ • I ■ • -> THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1956 Daltcn Br is is il \ The church attendance was veiy good Sunday. Every one en- joyed two good messages by Brother McNish. The B. T. C. at- m | i BY Bevrolet • Yes, the Chevrolet sign is known fiom 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 tendance is climbing very rapid- ly. Mr. Guy Simmons and friend Alice were week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Simmons had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Shankles. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson, Mr. Guy Simmons, his friend Alice, and Mr. William Simmons attended the birthday dinner of Mrs. Emma Chapman Sunday. Billie Ann Caruthers ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1956

s THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1956 PERSONAL Stevie Smith spent the week end with friends at Bogata. FOR SALE: Dressed hogs and dressed goats for barbecuing. All sizes. Corry W. Heard. 46-ltp Fishing Season Is Here Large red wriggler fishing worms and night crawlers. Daniel's Feed Store. 45-tc Electrical Wiring CONTRACT WORK KELLY'S Electric Shop FLOYD KELLY Phone 169J Naples, Texas V V- * 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 ITCH! 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 FOR SALE: 2% hp Bolens gar- den tractor with plow and weed cutter attachments. Only slightly ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1956

0 * BHIM • "V « • ' , V, . THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1956 i m Douglassville By' Mrs. B. W. Swint 'ihe annual Bowie Cass Electric Co-Op Fair will be held this Tues- day irom 10 a. m. to 4 p. in. at the local grounds. A program of sacred music and business of the Co-Op will be highlights of the day. Everyone is invited to attend. Those who attended the public installation at the school auditori- um Friday evening enjoyed the program and installation. Mrs. Anna Musick was installed as WM and B. W. Swint as WP. Other officers installed were Mrs. Marie Swint as Asso. M. The Rev. South- erland as Asso. P., Mrs. Marie McCoy "secretary, Mrs. Lillian Shaddix treasurer, Mrs. Mary Lynn Wilson Asso. Cond., Mrs. Willie Herrington Chap., Mrs. Net- tie Granberry Mar., Mrs. Inez Heath Organist, Mrs. Veneassa Wilson Adah, Mrs. Mary Swint Ruth, Mrs. Lucille Swint Electa, Mrs. Lillie Frost Martha, Mrs. Dorothy Fisher Electa, Mrs. Ann Granberry War. and Mrs. Viola Swint Sen. The delicious ref...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1956

T- s i SB one Star Sets New roduction Records jix production departments set i all-time monthly records in May | for the finest month in the his- tory of Lone Star Steel Company. Flossie Belle, giant blast fur- nace of the Germany works, set the pace for the record shattering month on May 18 when 1,483 tons of iron were produced in one day for an all-time production record. Frank Stark, superintendent of that department, predicted then that May would be the best month for his department. He was right for during May the blast furnace produced a total of 38,451 tons to beat the 37,794 ton record set in January of this year. In addition to breaking the monthly record, the blast furnace also had the highest average daily production for a month. This figure was 1,240 tons compared to a Septem- ber 1953 record of 1,227 tons. The cast iron pipe foundry pro- duced 8,692 tons for a record to break the one set last March. That record production was 8,408. R. 1 C;:;- • Richard Hall GROCERY At ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 15 June 1956

• TsTi ■s.rr' ■PPf ■ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1956 Mrs. Tommie Jordan and Kathy of Longview are visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan. They will return to their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Thorton, Merrily and Donna of Dallas spent Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hampton. They were enroute to New York. Glenda Jo Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V/.,co Brown is at the Methodist hospital at Dallas. She underwent surgery on her foot Tuesday and will be there about ten days. Mrs. James Slaughter, Hughes Springs, and Mrs. W. G. Foster, Omaha, visited Mrs. Lenoy Slider Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Glaze and Karen of Marshall spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan. Miss Marcelle Carlisle and Mrs. Lenoy Slider were business vis- itors at Shreveport Monday. Robbie and Wayne Archer will spend this week with their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ar- cher, while their parents are in Lubbock on business. C. L. Spencer visited his daugh- ter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1956

,r<& -ik-ia rmn m •" JMPKms ,, <S VOLUME 70 W&smmmmm ts Kftomtar NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1956 NUMBER 48 <• SOIL QUEEN CANDIDATE Miss Mary Lee Morris, daugh- ter of Rutland Morris of Doug- lassville, will represent the Lin- den Round-up Club in the fourth annual Marion-Cass Soil Conser- vation District's Queen contest to be held on Aug. 3 at the football stadium in Linden. TROY ENGLAND ARRIVES IN GERMANY WITH ARM/ Pvt. Troy R. England arrived in Bremerhaven, Germany on June 11 and will be stationed at Ver- dun, France for service in the army. He is the son of Mrs. Elsie Eng- land of the Dalton community. His address is Hq. Co. 7965, AU Radio sec., APO 122, New York City. Monitoring MAIN STREET Fast Talk — Some man with not much else to do has come up with the startling information that the average woman has a vocabulary of only about 750 words . . We suggest that the man sharpen iiis penci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1956

/ THI NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1956 "IPPIIfP" Dougiassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint The hot, dry weather seems to be the chief problem around here these days. A good rain in the next few days would save the gardens. Some of our neighbors and friends are here for their vaca- tions and others have come and returned. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mc- Coy are visiting the Rev. N. L. Dubberiy and family and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin McCoy and other relatives this past week and this week. Mr. and Mrs. Berk Willis and Mrs. Jack Willis have been visit- ing Miss Alice Ormond and have returned to Birmingham, Ala. We are very glad to hear that Mrs. Minnie Alcorn is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Thelma Black of Maud, after being in the hospital in Atlanta several days recently. She is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Sharrer and Mr. and Mrs. James Sharrer of Texarkana were Sunday after- noon visitors in Misses Mollie and Maggie Williams' home. Mr. and Mr* Fred Marziano (Fred and Valeria) and childr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1956

.-AV'f.v .v. "i •?/!">• THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JUNE ?9, 1956 , ST N \M ■ v:' if ■ ■dm . - ""H iSK tSMfcii Miss Lois Pellymounter Becomes Bride Of James Fred Watson Sunday 8«p5 / Miss Lois Pellymounter became the bride of Dr. James Fred Wat- son Sunday, June 24, at 4 p.m. at the First Methodist Church here. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pellymounter of Keene. The parents of the groom are Dr .and Mrs. I. M. Wat- son of Naples. The Rev. Marshall Hampton of Palestine officiated at the double ring ceremony before a back- ground of greenery flanked by baskets of yellow gladiolas. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a biege lace dress over taffeta fashioned with a crushed frame collar and her shoulder length veil was of beige net edged with lace medal- lions. The bride carried a cres- cent bouquet of white gladiola florets and buds centered with white cymbedium orchids. Mrs. Lynn Northcutt of Fort Worth served as matron of honor and wore a brow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR *mm 0 Uf4 ^ f1'' , I FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1956 Daltcn By Sue Knighton Church attendance was good Sunday. Bro. McNish brought two wonderful messages. There were several visitors in church. All are invited back. A number of church members got a bus and surprised Bro. Mc- Nish with a birthday supper Sat- urday night. He received many nice gifts and all had a good time. Those attending the birthday sup- per were Mr. William Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robison, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellington and sons, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Gray, Ray and Virginia Franklin, Mrs. Ver non May, Winifred, Darlene and Randall, and Mrs. Nadine Tuck. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robinson and William Simmons Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Elton Brown and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leodites Robinson and children, Elder and Mrs. H. L. McNish. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Thom- as Kingston were Charles Ray Richaid Hall GROCERY At the old Save-A-Dime Store w We Give 8 American Red Stamps (8 ADMIRATION Coffee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1956

wrw- 1 HE NAPLES MONITOR PERSONAL rishing Season Is Here e red wriggler fishing worms an?s. nighi crawlers. Daniel's Feed Store. 45-tc Barbecue Hot Tamales To take out or eat here. Plate lunches. Chicken, fc-ied 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 ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES. If not pleased, your 40c back at any drug store. Try instant-dryin* ITCH- ME-NOT at any time of day or night to KILL germs ON CONTACT. Fine for eczema, ringworm, foot itch and other " :bet. Toii*v m BATHROOM INSTALLED 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. surface itc Today M Wyninegar Pharmacy FOR SALE: 2% hp Bolens gar- den tractor with plow and weed cutter attachments. Only slightly used. Thompson Furniture and Hardware Store. Dr. I. IV!. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE OPEN Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday • Friday - Saturday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1956 — t-y- T-> p i n /f| 41 ^ Hi U- \ia Si .<J r\ * ir i* y year County . ;,. Extension Agent© • ' "Texo-i. and At. (j?olUtje H.xtenilon. LIEUTENANT GOVEHNO! • RELIABLE k • HONEST 1^ • ABLE Co-Author Gilmer- Aikin School Laws By R. J. Dean, County Agent The Secretary of Agriculture has announced important admin- istrative regulations p:>v«rning the soil bank for 1956. In the secretary's statement concerning the soil bank program for 1956, Mr. Benson pointed out that the program for this year will, in a sense, be a special pro- gram designed to meet the time limitations and the requirements, of the legislation for 1956. The program for this year, he said, will not present a fair trial of what the program can accomplish in future years. Before next year's crops are planted, including fall seeding of wheat this year, the department of agriculture will have jin oppor- tunity to plan and develop a more comprehensive program than the one for 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1956

rv-i: ■ SFiPts , ' ' • ftgrtiKg,' : THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JUK2 29, 195$ I J I Cornett By Miss Daisy Heard | New Mexico were here on the liie Rev. James Knight brought week end for the funeral of Mr. jfe? duV I a- splendid message from Matthew 69-E|^Tfie sermon was entitled Prayer". NeK has been received that •aiid Mrs. A1 Muirhead of Dal- are the parents of a fine liter born Thursday, June 21." The baby has been named Ann, anu weighed 6 pounds and 12 ounces. Mrs. Muirhead is the for- mer Miss Yvonne Gibson, daugh- ter of Mrs. Lila Gibson. The Rev. and Mrs. Knight had Sunday lunch with Mr. and Mrs. C. 13. Hampton. Mrs. R. L. McCord, Mrs. Arthur Barnelt, and Mrs. Paul Sharp are employed at Baptist Encampment at the cafeteria for eight weeks. The Marvin Betts ate lunch with the C. B. Hamptons Sunday. Mrs. C. D. Betti and daughter, Mrs. Weldon McCord of New Bos- ton, left Sunday for Dallas to be with Mrs. A1 Muirhead and the new granddaughter. Mr. Griff McMichael passed away June 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 29 June 1956

■ v ¥■ ' •' the naples monitor friday, june 29, 1956 PERSONAL ml Tommie Walls, a student at Baylor University at Waco, spent the week end here with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Walls. Billy Walls, who was also visiting with his parents, accompanied his brother home for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elledge and Suzanne spent from Thursday to Tuesday on a vacation trip to Ar- kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Falls of Mt. Pleasant visited Sunday with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. J. M. Falls FREE SAMPLES ALL DAY SATURDAY i ■ Two 6-Bottle Cartons (12 Bottles) 39c PLUS DEPOSIT TOM THUMB Food Store Maples, Texas '"V PpSf: Bro. Thomas D. Rose, minister of the Church of Christ, and Mrs. Rose were Tuesday evening din- ner guests of Mrs. Maude Shaddix He is conducting a meeting at the Rocky Branch Church of Christ. Mr-. Jim B. Hall, Mrs. Maude Shaddix and Mrs. Iris Cornett made a business trip to Marshall Monday. A-2C Glen E. Ragland has re- turned to school at Rantoul, 111., to resume his air...

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

■ mmm ...s aules Monitor naples oldest business institution — established in 18p6 a / vaolume 70 naples, morris county, tex., friday, july 6, 1956 number 49 Gas Refund Claims May Be Filed Now By Farmers Farmers may obtain a refund of the federal excise tax on gaso- line which is used for farming purposes by filing a claim at any time alter June 30 and before Opt. 1. 1956, Jerry E. Davis, in- ternal revenue service represent- ative announced last week. Claims for the present federal tax rate of 2 cents a gallon are to be made on Form 2240 and should be filed with the U. S. District Director of Internal Revenue for the farmer's district. Forms are available at the internal revenue office, from county agricultural agents, and at some banks and post offices. Initial refund payments will concern gasoline purchased and used during the first six months of 1956, according to Davis. Re- funds will be limited to federal tax on gasoline which is used by a farmer for farming purposes, in carryi...

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

THi NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1954 E. L. SPENCER NAMED WORSHIPFUL MASTER E. L. Spencer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spencer of Naples, was elevated from the post of senior warden to that of worship- ful master of the Cosmopolitan lodge, No. 872, A. F. and A. M. at Port Arthur. Spencer is an employee of the Gulf Oil Corporation. He was to take over the new post at a joint public installation Monday. Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint That million dollar rain we have been looking for for a long' time arrived last week and we are so very thankful. The hot weather remains in our midst but no one seems to be complaining about it. Picnics and home dinners are being planned for the 4th of July Tl eo*w-ETE INSURANCE Slider Insurance Agency NAPLES, TEXAS PHONE 85J We are very sorry to know that Miss Alice Ormand is back in St. Michael Hospital for treatment. We are wishing for her a speedy recovery. Miss Julie Morris of San Fran- cisco, Calif, is visiting her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J...

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

Wr'' tkrfmXtl i . Ss-f as ■■ **"*' -.-i."« .v. ' ;'/!W . '- & Cornett I ii * *> j) < R, ^-'i Daisy Heard \ ^Juday School was held at 10:3*0, There was a fine attend- ance. Visitors to the C. B. Hampton home last week were Mr. and Mrs. 'red Hampton of Ft. Worth and lr. and Mrs. Tommy Robison of jBossier City, La. The C. B. Hampton's are ex- pecting the arrival of their nieces, Sue and Ann Penny this week. —swyi^vwvvyv/^vvvvwvvvwvv'vwwvv I I' I I M Spiife the Inez THEATRE —•— PRESENTS On Wide Screen * — ^— FRIDAY and SATURDAY QUINCANNON FRONTIER SCOUT Tony Martin —•— PREVIEW CRIME AGAINST JOE John Bromfield Julie London — •— SUNDAY and MONDAY TRIBUTE TO A BAD MAN James Cagney —•— TUESDAY CONGO CROSSING Virginia Mayo George Nader "MONEY NIGHT" $25.00 Given Away THE GREAT LOCOMOTIVE CHASE Walt Disney Fess Parker Jeff Hunter —•—' ADMISSION: 40c Adults 15c Children 30c Balcony —•— OPEN Saturday 2 p. m. Sunday 2 p. m. Week Days 6 p. m. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. L....

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