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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 January 1960

' - \ • I PERSONALS Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Weed for Christmas were their children and grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Dennis of Petrolia; Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott and children, David and Nancy of Midland; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Durrett of Muleshoe; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dennis, Kenneth Gene, Edwin Rodale and Karl Wesley of Arling- ton; Mr. and Mrs. Nile Weed, Norma and Carolyn of Saint Jo; and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hodgekin- son of Gainesville. Visitors in the Roscoe Martin home over the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Euerett Martin and Keith, Miss Nora Moose of Bethany, Okla., and older son. Pvt. Marshall Dean who is with the armed forces in Indianopolis, Indiania, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Martin, Donna, Sharon and Bonnie of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Crunk, Paul and Judy of Fort Worth, Mrs. Cliff Dowd, Lee Martin, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Davis all of Saint Jo. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cole in Muenster, Texas, Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Robison, Jr., and b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 January 1960

I THE SAINT JO (Tena) TRIBUNE - FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, im $UPER AV maiiim % STORE tz/- These Prices Good Thursday Through Saturday White Swan Coffee Extra Special 25c coupon Inside Can 1 pound can .59 White Swan Shortening - 3 lb can .59 White Swan Blackeye Peas with Bacon 300 can .10 WELCH'S GRAPELADE GRAPE JAM 20 oz glass .33 Dried Blackeye Peas, I lb cello bag .10 Franco American SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS. - (I5>/2ozcan)2for.49 White Swan Pears, - - - - 303 can .25 White Swan Dark Red Kidney Beans can 2 for .23 White Swan Early June Luncheon Peas, can 2 for .35 Hi-C Grape Drink, - - 46 oz can .29 White Swan Sour or Dill Pickles - pt, 6 oz jar .29 WORTH BRAND DOG FOOD 15 oz can .10 ZEE Paper Napkins white-color 2 pkg.25 DREFT, GIANT SIZE .69 REGULAR SIZE .27 Crystal Furiiture Wax ,F"rl°eS1M*h*" 79 Furniture) .69 size - .49 FROZEN FOODS Banquet Fried Chicken Dinner RATH PORK BREADED CHOPETTES, BOOTH BRAND OCEAN PERCH - - Youngbloods Frying Chicken Wish Bones SNOWCROP GRAPE JUICE, 11 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 January 1960

BANK NOTES by Malcolm IMHDIM6 ARA99 n 8 a d. captured CHINESE FAPe«*W<£RS; THUS SPREAD THE ART OP A4AKJM© FAP6R MOWEy TO M£DrnERRAW6AN COUNTRIES. ^RIVBIRP BftWKWG WOtf BRineS fASTER, MORE EFFICIENT SERVICE TO CUSTOMERS WTTHIU A 300 MILE RADIUS OF A WISCONSIN BAJJK. '.*" 7 4WD d®«!^ S!!*SS* To all our Friends and Customers — We wish a Happy and Prosperous New Year We will appreciate your continued Patronage dur- ing 1960. We will be open 'til ? New Year's Eve and all Day New Year's Day THAT'S IT JIM and ETHEL BMTHDAY GREETINGS ■ «. — ^~nnnnnnw. The Tribune extends birthday greetings to citizens of Montague county who will observe birthday anniversaries as listed on the Mon- tague County Home Demonstration Council Birthday Calendar for the week of January 1 through Jan- uary 6. Susie Bowen Myrtle Bess Ruby Wilson Vera Vaughn Ethel Studebaker Ruby Moore Bill Childress Verda Lowrie Dura McCool Betty King Fannie Davis Deborah Rich Mrs C.. E. Bodkin SUPPORT YOUR ADVERTISER! NEW YEAR'S ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 January 1960

THE SAINT JO (Tuh) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, I960 NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT District Court CASES FILED Marshall Pipe and Supply Co., et al vs Deer Creek Oil Co. Suit on Debt. 12-21-59. Leonard Ashley vs Herman F. Zimmer — Suit on Note. 12-22-59. Clayton Bennett vs J. H. Embry, Adm. — Suit on Debt. 12-23-59. JUDGMENTS Leonard B. Ice, et al vs Cheyenne Oil Corp. — Dismissal. First National Bank of Bowie vs B. F. Flowers — Dismissal. First National Bank of Bowie vs Alvie D. Kennedy, et al—Dismissal. D. W. Tucker vs William E. Daniel and Mrs. Nancy Daniel, Judgment of Cost for Plaintiff. Billy Geane Beane vs The Aetna Casualty and Surety Co., Judgment in favor of Plaintiff — $800.00. You can carve your own tomb- stone by chiseling in traffic. E. N. DUNBAR GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY SAINT JO TEXAS County Court WARRANTY DEEDS Bryant, Oscar R., et ux — D. C. Bryant, 169 acres of land, more or less, o" the H. Frost Survey, Abst. No. 263 in Montague County, Texas. Bryant, Joseph Blair...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 January 1960

HA? V ' fcfl The Saint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Cooke and Montague Counties In Northwest Texas Established In 1898 VOLUME 62 Saint Jo, Montarne County. Texas, Friday, January 8, 1960 NUMBER 6 'Texas Safety Driving Insurance Plan' I if i By J. O. Mustek General Manager Texas Safety Association, Inc. Seven days ago Texas motorists began operating their private vehicles under the new Texas Safe Driving Insurance Plan — a plan Which expected to reward 1.3 million insured Texas automobile owners with a savings of $20 million each year. Furthermore, and maybe more important, it is believed by its proponents that the new plan will have a salutary affect on traffice accidents that is difficult to measure in dollars. How did the plan come about? Why change from the old system? Is it an equitable plan, or does it deal unfairly with many thousands of Texans? Who's going to get rich off of it? These are only a few of the questions posed by statesmen and laymen alike in recent weeks. To b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 January 1960

L THE SAINT JO (Tens) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, i960 ✓ THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo. Montague County, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke $2.00 Outside Area $2.50 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. Editor's Notes Looks like Old Man Winter fin- ally made it this year, after spoil- ing us with the very pleasant springlike weather we enjoyed several weeks ago. i However, we in Saint Jo can't claim any favoritism — a heavy snowfall blanketed most sections of north Texas Tueseday morning. Rain, turning to sleet, then to snow kept the highways slick and made traveling dangerous on most roads. Alth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 January 1960

-U ^ \*l CULTULAL ART IS THEME OF PTA MEETING, MONDAY NIGHT In keeping with the January theme, "Family Ventures in Cultur- al Arts," by Mrs. D. H. Mitchell, accompanied by Mrs. V. W. Clayton at the piano, presented the program for the regular P.T.A. meeting Mon- day night, January 4th. In absence of the president, Mrs. Alonzo Lawson, Mrs. Clyde Yetter, Jr., presided. Elmer Little, Minister of the Church of Christ, gave the Devo- tional, after which a short business meeting was conducted. The letters read by the secretary, Mrs. Ira Reed, inviting all paid members to a meeting in Montague on Jan. 8th, and another in Seymour on Jan. 22nd. After a short introduction by Mrs. Yetter, Mrs. Mitchell gave a chalk talk on "There's No Place Like Home" and made a freehand sketch of a home. The Fifth Grade won the room count. The February meeting will be Feb. 1st. Mr. C. D. Allen, Supt. of Bowie High School, will be the speaker. His subject will be "Must Action be Seasonal?" Uz News By Wynona L....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 January 1960

-mmmzmm * "ML+r i • ?-fs9- . ■"■*■■ 'rrl i't* ... -■•„ ..... TUB SAINT JO (TttU) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JANUARY l INI PERSONALS Mrs. Clyde Cash went with Mr. and Mrs. Raydel of Wichita Falls last week to visit her son, Wilton Lee Cash, who is in the Brook Army Medical Hospital in San Antonio. Mrs. Jack Hundley, Patricia Lee and Shirley Ann Hundley of Fort Worth, and Lowell D. McCollum of Mineral Wells visited their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Lee Mc- Collum over the holidays. Alene Fowlkes of Paducah, Kentucky, and Mrs. Ulis Bums of Wichita Falls, were also guests in Mrs. McCollum's home. Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fate King of Nocona were four of their six children and grandchildren: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Allen, Floye, J. R. and Danny of Saint Jo; Mr. and Mrs. Willie utte, Willie, Doyle and Zendell Nocona; Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Steadham, Larry and Rhonda of Hobbs, New Mexico; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Perkins and James, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Perkins all of Fort Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Hous...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 January 1960

k < ~^r "51 rt ' The Saint Jo Tribune iMi Serving Wide Area of Cooke and Montague Counties In Northwest Texas Established In 1898 VOLUME 62 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday, Jannary 15, I960 NUMBER 7 POSTAL PERSONAL CHANGES PHOTO COURTESY MRS. D. C. BfRR f Effect January 1, a change in Post Office personnel was made. Daniel Boone, who has served as Postmaster here for the past eight years, resigned to take the position of Rural carrier for route one, out of Saint Jo. Boone was officially appointed Postmaster August 1, 1952. Prior to that time he was in business here operating the Trading Post. Replacing Boone as Postmaster is Louise Crump, who previously served as substitute clerk since 1954. She was sworn in as acting Postmaster by Postal Inspector Jack Hayes, at the close of business, December 31, 1959. Taking over as substitute clerk is V. A. Thompson. He and his wife moved back to Saint Jo about a year ago from Borger, where he was employed for Phillips Petro- lium Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 January 1960

t /' SAINT JO (Tens) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY. JANUARY 15. 1860 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER. E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL. Editor Entered as second class matter, 1808, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke $2.00 Outside Area — $2.50 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By Wylle Roberta County Agricultural Agent By Wylie Roberts The month of January is about the best time to prune fruit trees as well as shade trees and other shrubbery. Pruning of fruit trees is done for several reasons. The prun- ing thaJLa free receives at the time of slanting and during the next To or three years thereafter has much to do with its future. Pruning Is done to maintain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 January 1960

' THB BA1WT JO (Tens) 1B0UNS — FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, IMS WOMAN'S PAGE TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. COOKSEY The Twentieth Century Club met in the home of Mrs. Ed Cooksey on January 7th. The nominating committee was made up of Mrs. Johnny Moulder, Mrs, Weldon Dennis and Miss Elizabeth Fleming. Mrs. Moulder presented the following officers for the year 1960-61 who were elected by acclamation: President, Mrs. F. C. Galmore; Vice President, Mrs. Allen Hutson; Secretary, Mrs. Bill Gleason; Treasurer, Mrs. Ed Cook- sey; Reporter, Mrs. Lewis Stuckey; Parliamentarian, Mrs. Earl Giles; Historian, Mrs. J. C. Donnell, Fed- eration Counselor, Mrs. Dale Den- nis; Musician, Mrs. V. W. Clayton. Mrs. D. C. Berry, chairman of the polio drive for the Saint Jo area announced plans for the club projects. The Twentieth Century Club will again sponsor the March of Mothers on January 28th. Mrs. Berry appointed the four team captains for the Mothers's March. They are Mrs. Pete Jones, Mrs. Billy Phil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 January 1960

^ 9 STORE These Prices Good Thursday Through Saturday White Swan Coffee 1 lb. can Del Monte PEARS . No. 303 can White Swan Fancy Tot Peas Wapco PIE CHERRIES . White Swan Yellow Pop Corn . 1 lb. bag White Swan Pure Blackberry f reserves Atistex Beef Stew . . . T ;;Kist Whole Kernel Corn CRISCO 3 pounds White Swan Biscuits Campbells Tomato Soup . 12-ounee CAN 3 No. 1 Can .69 .29 .29 .19 .15 .39 .35 2 for .29 - .69 .25 2 for .25 303 CAN 303 CAN 18-oz. GLASS CAN 15%- Ounce CANS FOR BIG TOP PEANUT BUTTER (In Decorated 9h<t Ounce Tumblers) GLASS .45 WHITE SWAN TEA BAGS s&. .49 SUPER SAVE INSTANT COFFEE . 6 oz. jar .79 W-P LIQUID DETERGENT . . 22-oz. can .49 AJAX CLEANSER Giant can - - .19 4 for .39 .69 BLUE PINK YELLOW Camay Hand Soap Handy Andy Household Cleaner Crystal Furniture Wax Regular Bar QUART BOTTLE For Fine Furniture 69c size 49c $1.00 size 79c FROZEN FOODS Banquet Beei Pot Roast or Fried Chicken Dinner 12 oz. pkg. 59c Garden Gate Baby Whole Okra 10 oz. pkg. 2 tor 39c Ga...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 January 1960

*m-r ■ 5 ,Tv5r • < sFf*?; FROM THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HERSHEL HOMER, Sponsor Published In THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, January 15, 1960 PAT HARRIS, Editor REPORTING STAFF John Paul Boyd Reggie Gaston Judy Cole Rebecca Mosley and Mack Thweatt Louis Henderson Jo Ann Brown John Huchtons Linda Flusche Judy Thweatt Sandra Yoder Bill Huchtons Bob Powell Linda Henderson Betty Jo Hutson Myrna Maxwell Dick Embry Norbert Flusche Mark Johnston Bob Martin Arnold Dennis Linda Flusche and Judy Seibold Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade Elementary Sports Seventh Grade Eighth Grade _ . Freshman Class Sophomore Class. Girls' Sports P.T.A. Reporter Football Boys' Basketball Junior Class Student Council Band, Pep Rallies Senior Class Annual Staff Typist Typist F.F.A. F.H.A. NEW BASKETBALL UNIFORMS Perennial basketball fans in this area may have been somewhat confused recently when the Pan- therettes charged out onto the court wearing bright new uniforms. The old, faded maroon suits ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 January 1960

%&? ' &*3L THE SAINT JQ (TWm) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JANUARY 1H, 1M MEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE County Court WARRANTY DEEDS Fitts, Joe E., et ux — Roy C. Fitts. Sr., et ux, 160 2/5 acres of land out •f the Benjamin McGaha Survey, Patent No. 589, Vol. 16, Cert. No. 133, Abst. No. 468. Allgood, Ida L., et al — H. G. Worlow, A part of the W. W. Hol- man Survey, Abst. No. 342. King, J. H., et ux — Lewis M. Eld- ridge, et ux, 63 3/5 acres of land out of the Wm. Freeman Survey, Abst. No. 267. Wilton, W. E., et ux — Robert Myers First Tract—All of Lots Nos. 1, 2, and 3 of Block No. 137 of the orig- inal Townsite of Nocona, Texas. Second Tract—A part of Block No. 137 of the original Townsite of No- cona, Texas. Knight, Harper, et ux — Grady Lemons First Tract—All of the S. P. Sand- ers Survey, Abst. No. 428. Second Tract—All of Block "Z" of the Jack County School Land, Abst. No. 265. Ford, Fred, et ux —R. W. Moore first Tract—42 Mt acres of land, a rpart of S.P.R.R Co. Survey, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 January 1960

The Saint jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Cooke and Montague Counties In Northwest Texas Established In 1898 VOLUME 62 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday, January 29, 1960 NUMBER 9 "Saint Jo Day" Planned at Fat Stock Show By Optimist Members of the Optimist Club* Wednesday discussed plans for "Saint Jo Day" at the Fat Stock Rodeo in Fort Worth, Saturday, Feb. 6. They voted to pay the bus drivers to take the FFA boys, FHA girls, Band Club and the Saint Jo and Caps Corner 4-H Clubs to Fort Worth. All will receive passes to the grounds and the Band will have free passes to the Rodeo. It was also voted that the Club order a block of tickets to sell to anyone wishing to attend from Saint Jo or surrounding communities. The seats will be in a group and may be obtained by contacting Roy Lawler, secretary, or any other Optimist member. Guest speaker at this week's meeting was Doyle Talliaferro, who has an Office Equipment Co. in Gainesville. He spoke on al- cohalism. Many young people ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 January 1960

F • THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898. at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County. Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke $2.00 Outside Area $2.50 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be„. gladly corrected upon notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. Editor's Notes While visiting the clean halls of Forestburg High, one might be a little surprised to see the boys there, working diligently cleaning up the school building. However, as they might tell you, there is a very good reason behind it. The custodian of the school, Mr. Carl Covington is still convelescing in his home following a heart at- tack. He has been unable to attend his duties of keeping things clean and orderly in Forestburg school ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 January 1960

WOMAN'S PAGE BONITA HOME DEMO. CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. C. E. WILSON Mrs. C. E. Wilson was hostess to members of the Bonita Home Demonstration Club on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The meeting was called to order and presided over by the president, Mrs. Joe Marshall. Sixteen members responded to roll call with "A way to make our club better." Minutes for the last meeting were read and approved. Mrs. Tom White brought the devotional, reading "One Solitary Life" and linking it with a Bible quotation from the 3rd chapter of Saint Luke. Mrs. Claude Ayers, council dele- gate, brough at report from the last county council meeting, mention- ing the Valentine party, with an echange of gifts. It will be held in the Council rooms on the 3rd Fri- day in February. After the business meeting, the club enjoyed a recreational period under the direction of Mrs. Paul Tohmpson. Next meeting, an all-day one, will be in the home of Mrs. Jim Ayers on Feb. 4. Valentine gifts will be exchanged during recre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 January 1960

THE SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, I960 FARM BRIEFS County Agricultural Agent By Wylle Roberta The poultry industry as it exists today would not be possible if we did not have good vaccines against some of the most contagious diseases. All chickens kept for egg pro- duction should be vaccinated against fowl pox, Newcastle disease and infectious bronchitis. Chickens for broiler production should be vaccinated against Newcastle disease, but onlv in some cases against fowl pox and infectious bronchitis. Application of the vaccines de- pend on the age of the birds. For broilers, vaccines against fowl pox are applied at two to four weeks of age; against Newcastle disease, at one to five days of age and again at four weeks; and against infec- tious bronchitis, only at times. When needed, apply at two weeks of age. For egg production birds, vaccination against fowl pox is applied at four to ten weeks; against Newcastle disease, at four days, four weeks, and at four months; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 January 1960

FROM THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HERSHEL HOMER, Sponsor Published In THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, January 29, 1960 PAT HARRIS. Editor REPORTING STAFF Bill Lawler Curtis Yoder Jeffrey Heiberg Suzanne Burchflel, Monte Cook Eddie Yetter Jo Ann Brown John Huchtons Linda Flusche ' Judy Thweatt Sandra Yoder Bob Embry Linda Henderson Betty Jo Hutson Myrna Maxwell Dick Embry Norbert Flusche Mark Johnston Bob Martin Arnold Dennis Linda Flusche and Judy Seibold Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade Elementary Sports Seventh Grade Eighth Grade Freshman Class Sophomore Class, Girls' Sports P.T.A. Reporter High School Sports Junior Class Student Council Band, Pep Rallies Senior Class Annual Stafi' Typist Typist F.F.A. F.F.A. SUMMER READING CLINIC FOR TEACHERS Superintendent John Henderson has announced that a Reading Clinic or Reading Workshop will be held in the Saint Jo High School cafeteria August 15 and 16; sessions will run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. both days. This reading clinic wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 January 1960

•V *- "*vfIs THE SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1960 twwwtMMnwwww NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE District Court CASES FILED J. J, Monroe vs Olen Merrett, Temp. Injunction on Closing Road. JUDGMENTS F.'H. Bagley, et ux vs Pearl N. Jones, et al, Dismissed. R. D. Stark, Administrator, Es- tate of S. J. Jarmon, Desceased, vs Bluebonnet Oil Corp., et al, Final Judgment in Favor of Plaintiff. Marjorie Ellen Long vs Fenis Marvin Long, Divorce Granted. Sidney Weldon Crim, et al vs Bess Ward, Judgment in Favor of Plaintiff. L. V. Freeman, et ux vs G. M. (Luther) Davis, et al, Dismissed. Nancy Martin Stauffer vs Jim- mie Ronald Stauffer, Divorce Granted. County Court WARRANTY DEEDS Donald, J. M., et al Glen E. Underwood First Tract All of Block 109, Panola Co. School Land, Montague County, Texas, according to map or plat as recorded in Deed Records T>f Montague Co., Texas. Second Tract 27 acres of land, more or less, out of the South part of Lot No. 105, Hill County ...

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