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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montague News — 12 May 1939
i Mere Kews \ More Readers i More Features PHONE NO. 29 Volume 1 Montague, Texas, Friday. May 12. I'M) \uinIter !'• THE SCOTCHMAN SAYS... Sparc the rod and spoil the child is us true today as when first it was uttered. She toddled uhout her mother's knee, hothcrini; of course, hut leaving lasting memories. When he was old he still remem- bered the songs his mother sang when she put him to bed. The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world, and may she imbibe faith, hope and love. We behold the infant, a wee, small thing; hut oh, the potcutial strength, power und force cn- couclicd therein. Mr. and Mrs. Gorge N. Dill Observe their 49th. Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Muxic Dill enter- tained with a dinner on Sunday in their home on West Howell street, honoring Mr. Dill's father and mother, Mr. und Mrs. Geo. N. Dill, on their 49tli wedding anniversary and also Mr. Geo. N. Dill's 74th birthday. The following relatives enjoyed the delicious dinner and the visit with the honorecs, H. ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montague News — 12 May 1939
'M PACK > i IM: Md\ r \(,i k kku'S Friday, May 12. 1939 THE MONTAGUE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY FK1DAV Montague, Texas •><>Vl.l ||. .HeGKEnoit 1 VOONE McCiKI <.or KATIIltW U !NI)l it s' ^sckii'tion pkh'k in advanti OVE YlJAIl IN MON i .1; i c.i \rr ONE YEAR OUTSIDF OF' MON'I'M ;"! COt'NTY NO'i'H I TO I III: I't |i|,i4 AlIV CI 1'OMl I.S rcl 1 i • f ■ 11 • II Up: 1 hi Ill ! • a Hi] Iti •• thus paper, will be -,t j a 11 i \ correct, ,i up u •; m-. notic oi .stun* bt the editor i . i sou;-1!> i.j |j ol'l of The Ti bull Owner- I'uhiishi'i Wn -. Keportc <51 it $1 ..'ill piii if nil I ill 11 : it s Mother's Day So Daughter Cooks Of i i .- i '. <!■ ; i .Mt>(lit I ■ ' 111> in llii' hearts ml' inif.I oi* us, lint Wi si I aside "lit' S ii• ;,ij ,jii , tu emphasi/, tin l u'l. this s ii. in It I l.-c .i da> ol li*i mii " l or Miit Iu i. | Hilt nl f OUt'SC, tllCfC shot I.I In' a ti stivi dinner hi In i honor -mi ii is laughter's t ii in to plan .ml coi k iliis nn'iil. I...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montague News — 12 May 1939
. r I riday, May 12, >939 THE MONTAGUE NEWS PAGE 3 WANT-ADS Srcoiidliantl High chair. MctiOW'AN, t vi"l'> Sunday |<> ut I end Open House | w tiic J. 1,. I.cazur Funeral Home. Mrs. Mo/ellc Hviins received a "lessatje I'riday from Wichita Falls i lay. hit wiiii Saint Jo. billfold eon- 1 y Driver's license, mint .In Telephone Office irw a rd. which stated that her grandmother, i i ., ,'lia l5,'"vvn "f that city, 'd died. Due to unexpected sewing Illinois duties. Mrs. Kvans was unahle to attend the funeral services of Mrs. llrown. \\ \NIKI)— Itawlcigh "pen in Matagorda I opportunity for man permanent, profitable wa.v this year. Start Write Haw Irish's, Dept. Memphis, Tenil., or Howard, I'.'18 K. Hroad- ilie. Texas. LRSONALS Mrs. I.oy Stone announce 1 their daughter, Myrna itisday. May ittli. i Thompson and small i Memphis, are here for li her parents. Mr. and Ilarwood and other rela- Mrs. C. W. Yetter, were iHi- Sunday \ isit inu re- ! attending the l.eazer inline Lauderdale...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montague News — 12 May 1939
PAGE 4 REPAIRS FOR Binders Mowers Hay Ties—Binder Twine THE MONTAGUE NEWS Friday, May 12, 1939 fy Your Friends bCOTT BROb HARDWARE—FURNITURE:—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas I- -I ~■ Margaret Elizabeth Anderson. Music—String Quartette. "Education of Sparta and Athens" —Jessie Walker. "American Expansion"— Ruth Scott. • Piano Solo—Gladys Maurine Hott. "The American Navy"—Catherine Anderson. Music—Vocal Quartette. Class Prophecy—Willie Jo Pick- ens. Musjc—String Quartette. Presentation of diplomas by George Rogers, chairman of the school board. Benediction. JOKES Smith—"Hut dear, I am late for dinner because I have had my nose to the grindstone all day." Mrs. Smith—"Well, you had bet ter get a grindstone that doesn' leave face powder, rouge and lip stick all over you." Man—"I)o you know, honey, if I had it to do all over again, who I'd marry?" Wife—"No, who?" Man—"You." Wife—"Oh, no you wouldn't." 30 YEARS AGO Miss Hettie Slaughter returned Tuesday from Sanger where...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montague News — 19 May 1939
Ar-WK' •, 'J • •#,„ - ■ Anxious To Serve The r VOLUME 1, The Saint Jo Tribun The SCOTCHMAN Says While ftHing remember that fail- ure Is a sort of disease, and work It out of your system. S Faster grows the grain in rainy weather while I si'. in qozy shelter, listening to its patter. a An optimist looks on the bright side and profits by the madness and foHly of others. — Paradoxical as it may; seem, tc rise in this world one must keep digging. BILL REEDS BARN BURNS Sunday afternoon about 3:00 o'cy.ook, fire of an undetermined origin completely destroyed the Ibarn and all its contents, belong lng to Bill Reed who resides one mile west of Bonita. When discovered the fire had gained such headway) that it was impossible to save any of the feed stuff which filled the barn. A stifi wind was blowing from the north- east. o MONTAGUE COUNTY SINGING CONVENTION ON MARCR 26 The annual Montague County Singing Convention will he held this year on March 26 in Bowie, under the leadership and directi...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montague News — 19 May 1939
Tuck The Montague News PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Ehtered u second class matter, 1898, at the* Poet Office at Saint Jo, Montague. County1, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. DOYLE H. McGREOOR Owner-Publisher YVONNE MCGREGOR Edltor KATHRYN WINDER News Reporter ADVANCE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE OOUN TY ANOTHER TEST FOR VOTH RANCH Whitfield, iPeanson and Grir are having derrick built this w to drill a. northwest offset to i2 Barney Voth in M. L. La survey, 2 miles southwest of enster. The No. 2 Voth is tU oovery oil well of ^r's field & estimated good for 50 bar lay. On test this week the reported to have made 600 in twenty four hours. OIL NEWS . THOMPSON GETS SHALLOW PRODUCER B. P. Thimpson No. 2 Wlesman, E. Reed hurvey, northeast Muen- ster field, topped sand at 906 feet and penetrated to 913 feet and has well showing for 60 (barrels a day natural. Casing was cemented last Monday. The No. 3 Wiesman will be drilled as east offset to No. 2, and will a...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montague News — 19 May 1939
* , «V ? PRISONERS ON HUNGER- STRIKE A DALLAS DALLAS, March 10.—Seventeen hunger .striking prisoners of the Dallas County Jail, rebelling at the food served them, were shipped off ito the State prison at Huntsville Tuesday, while 73 fellow prisoners missed their fourth consecutive meal. Sheriff Smoot Schmid announced he would seek the Wholesale trans- fer of prisoners who have appeals pending to the State prison where ithej| can work with labor crews on prison farms. "What they need is a little exercise to make them en. Joy their meals." Schmid comm. •ented. He is trying to cooi the ardor of ithe hunger strikers by deqreein^ two meals instead of three a day (for strikers. The 330 non-strikers will get their three meals, he strik- ers also were denied visits from friends. Mr. nad Mr. Ployd Steadman nad Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ryan were vis- Eat With Us ••• ' HAVE YOU TRIED OUR PLATE LUNCHES? HAVE YOU TRIED OUR SANDWICHES? HAVE YOU TRIED OUR SERVICE? ALL WE ASK IS A FAIR TRIAL—WE KNOW W)E CA...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montague News — 19 May 1939
Around The World RAJKOT, India, March 5.—Hes. ■ages from all over India poured in an British authorities Saturday urging immediate intervention to stop the "fast unto death" of Mo- handas K. Gandhi before it leads to dangerous consequences. Aa the shriveled, 69 year old mas. ter politician, whose influence is a potent forqe on India's millions, ended his second foodless day his vitality was reported low. The health minister of the Bom- bay presidency flew here to watch his h alth, fragile even before he began his sixth hunger strike to j persuade the native ruler of Rajkot state, Thakore Saheb Shri Dhar. ! mendrasinhji, to give its people n voice in the government. Most business In Bombay was at a standstill during the day. The Bombay stock exchange and cotton market closed after prices declined and traders became fearful of a sump because of the unsettled po- litical situation. The congress party (Indian na- tionalist) government of the united provinces telegraphed King George EBER...