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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 February 1960

<* WOMAN'S PAGE MONTAGUE COUNTY HOME DEMO. COUNCIL MEETS FEB. 19 The Montague Home Demonstra- tor* Council met Friday, Feb. 19, at 2 p.m. in the Council room in the Court House with all ten clubs represented. Opening exercise, singing of songs, "The Quilting Party" and "When You and I were Young, Maggie," was under the leadership of Mrs. C. E. Campbell of Bowie, with Mrs. Lyle Sawyer of Chapel Mound at the piano. The Club Collect was read also with Mrs. Campbell leading. During the business session, directed by Chairman Mrs. James Fenoglio, the following delegates to the District meet at Denton on April 19 were elected: Mmes. James Fenoglio, Montague: Sam Crownover, Prairie Valley; C. A. Baser, Peabody. Alternates are Mmes W.. L. Eubank, Bowie; Lyle Sawyer. Chapel Mound; and Joe Marshall. Bonita. Following the business meeting, a Valentine exchange was enjoyed by members and guests. The Val- entine theme was carried out in table and room decorations. Refreshments of cookies and p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 February 1960

i THE SAINT JO (Tuu) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, I960 Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal A group from here attended funeral rites held for Mrs. Hillard Hoffman of Mineral Wells in the Saint Jo Methodist Church last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mitchell and Mrs. Delva Stutts attended a re- union in Nocona Sunday honoring the birthdays of W. A. Graham of Saint Jo, and his sister, Mrs. Betty Hutson. Mr. Graham was 89 and Mrs. Hutson was 93 years old. A total of seventy eight registered for the event which was held in the -club house. Guests in the W. C. Henley home Sunday were his sister-in-law, Mrs. Kin Henley of Valley View, and her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dolye Hammon of Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ivins spent the weekend with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Ivins and Connie Lynn at Irving. Adrian Parker and Noble Coker were Roby visitors Wednesday. Recent guests of Mrs. Martha Lovett and the Mack Thweatt fam- ily were Mrs. Jim Crow of Nocona; and her daughter, Mr. and Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 February 1960

TENTH ANNUAL PUBLIC SCHOOLS ' OBSERVANCE PROCLAIMED SOMETHING TO SELL? TRY A CLASSIFIED AD! the saint jo (Tex*.) tribune — Friday, February 26. im TEXAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS WEEK has been proclaimed by Governor Price Daniel for February 28-March 5. Receiving the proclamation for the tenth annual statewide observance is John McKee (right), who has served as State Chairman of the Texas Citizens' Committee for Public Schools Week since the week was inaugurated in 1950. Chief purpose of the observance is to induce more citizens — not only par- ents but all others — to visit the schoc'.n nnd see for themselves the f-^ctionin^ of our democratic system of education. Sale of Cattle and Land Subject to Income Tax The sale of cattle is subject to in- come tax, no matter what use the proceeds are put to, according to Ellis Campbell. Jr., Dallas District Director of Internal Revenue Ser- vice. Numerous questions at farm tax schools have pointed up misunder- standing on the part of some farm- ers. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 February 1960

JWB n HSSpScS m ■RH HHHBH ■SB MiiriHHHSSIflHfilft • *S 2«— — -•1' —*+ •J t': i FOR YOUR CONVIENCE YOU MAT PURCHASE YOUR 1960 CAR AND TRUCK TAGS AT THE ORCHID CLEANERS SAINT JO, TEXAS (MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY) ELTON L. WINTON - ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR - MONTAGUE COUNTY THE SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1960 "FORESTBURC" Los Cabelleros y Senoritos y Comida Muy Excellente On February 18, Miss Johanna Hannigan was invited to visit Mrs. Fonzeal Cole and the sophomore girls "South of the Border, Down Mexico Way" and give a "Free Home Demonstration" of Mexican cooking. Such delectable dishes as: Avacado pasto, Frijoles tastra, Palines, leche quamada Cocanaot, Hot Sauce, Toastados, Toastalitos, Chalupas Tacos, Flautas, Bandal- pros, Bean Dip, and Guacamado Salad, were cooked and sampled by all. In fact Mr. Cole didn't need a second invitation to help himself to more of the fragrant dishes. Wanda Johnson and Peggy Links were dressed as senoritos. Shirley Frazier, Oleta Hunt, and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 February 1960

FROM THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HERSHEL HOMER. Sponsor Published In THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, Friday, February 26, I960 PAT HARRIS, Editor REPORTING STAFF Bill Lawler Curtis Yoder Jeffrey Heiberg Suzanne Burchfiel, 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 Staff Typist Typist F.F.A, F.H.A. NEW SCIENCE EQUIPMENT The new science demonstration desk-table for the gradte schools is really a handsome piece of furni- ture. It is approximately five feet long, three feet wide, and three feet high. The black enamel top supports an overhead bar, which serves an Infi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 February 1960

Sr THE SAINT JO (Texan) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1M0 NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE I County Court WARRANTY DEEDS Brock, D. R„ et ux - Sammy G. Howard, et ux, All of lots No. 7 and 8 and fractional Lot No. 6, all In Block No. 74 of the original townsite of the town of Nocona, Texas, LESS, SAVE AND EXCEPT THE EAST 50 FEET OF SAID LOTS. Wright, Lelya - Baptist Church, Bowie, In the N.E. one-half of lots Nos. 10. llr and 12 in Block No. 4 of the Oak Lawn Addition to the city of Bowie. Hancock, R. L., Jr., et al - J. E. Hancock, About Twenty miles South, 44 degrees West from the County site of Montague. McNutt, Jewell V., - J. B. Roper, et ux, Tract or parcel of land of Block 41, Cowan Addition to the city of Bowie (being out of Block No. 9, Hill Co. School Land). Henley, B. H„ et ux - C. H. Shof- ner, et ux, 100 acres of land, more or less, a part of the Edward O'Conner Survey, Abst. No. 580. Lancaster, Viola Roferts, et vir - Marvin Brashear, et al, First Tract—60 acres o...

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

raft The Saint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Cooke and Montague Counties in Northwest Texas Established In 1&98 VOLUME 62 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday, March 4, 1960 NUMBER 14 Red Cross Fund Drive Here GOAL FOR SAINT JO IS $400 ^The Annual Red Cross Fund Drive has been set lor the month or March in Montague County. The * Goal for this county is $3,755. This amount has been divided among Bowie, Nocona, Saint Jo and Montague as follows: Bowie, $1,500; Nocona, $1,100; Saint Jo, $400; Montague, $175. The local drive here is under the sponsorship of the Optimist Club, with John Henderson, superintend- «nt of schools, serving as chairman. Henderson issued an appeal to the women of Saint Jo to aid him in this campaign, and in a meeting held last week, plans were made for the drive here. Those attending the meeting were Mmes. H. D. Field, Jr., Emmett Yoder, Clarence Redman, Roy Lawler, D. C. Berry, Jr., Weldon Dennis, Ed Powell, Paul Clayton, Mazelle Shoemake, and. Mr. Hen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 March 1960

w THE SAINT JO (Toem) TUBUNC — FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 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 We hope the weatherman stops playing tricks on us soon. We're ready for some signs of spring, aren't you? Anyway, this weather gives an excuse for a lot of things. The women have an excuse for not hanging out the wash; they use the dryers. The kids have an excuse for not attending school. The men have an excuse for staying a few minutes longer at the "coffee table." And we have an excu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 March 1960

WOMAN'S PAGE Mound News By Mildred W. NorveU Rev. Kenneth Baker of Burk- * Burnett preached at the Baptist Church Sunday morning and Sun- Gay evening with a nice number Present tor both services. Mrs. Horace Embry has returned home recently after a two weeks visit at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Harris at Amarillo, who was ■eriously 111, but at this date is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Baker had M guests last weekend their daugh- ter, Miss Martha Baker of Wichita Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Young at- tended the funeral services of Rev. J. W. Dodd at Denton Monday. Rev. Dodd was a former preacher of the Methodist Church here. His friends from here send their deep- est sympathy to his wife and family. Mrs. Loree Wlese of Dallas, after spending the weekend at Fort Sill, Okla., with her son Gen, and Mrs. Joe Wiese, Jr., and children all visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Jackson on Monday. Amos Walker of Hereford visited the weenkend with his uncle, Pete Pillar, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 March 1960

Vv >y, v % 1 SAINT JO (Tmt) TRflUTNE — FfUDAY, MARCH «. It* FARM BRIEFS Connty Agricultural Agent By Wylle Roberts Spencer Nev ipencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal ««© This week Noble Tage of Lone Star and Cecil Foster of Forestburg and myself attended a District 4-H Leaders Tractor Clinic at Dtiqton. This training was for adult 4-H leaders in the 19 counties in our Extension District Four. It was taught by Extension Engineer, W. L. Ulich and representatives of the sponsoring company, Humble Oil Company. The two-day school was planned in such a way to give the • leaders training in how to put over the 4-H tractor program in their own clubs and county. The 4-H tractor program consists of a four year course that 4-H members can take which covers tractor and machinery maintenance, a 4-H tractor operator's contest, and tractor safety demonstration. In view of the amount farmers have invested in farm machinery nowadays we think any training a 4-H boy can receive along this line is extre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 March 1960

Af 1 ROM THE PANTHERS' DEN * MRS. HERSHEL HOMER, Sponsor Published in THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, Friday, March 4, 1960 PAT HARRIS, Editor REPORTING STAFF Bill Lawler Curtis Yoder Jeffrey Heiberg Suzanne Burchfiel, 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 Lind« 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 Staff Typist Typist F.F.A. F.H.A. ASSEMBLY Monday morning, February 29, the entire student body gathered in the auditorium for an assembly program. Dr. Tim Trammell, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Gainesville, was the guest speaker. Dr. Trammell's topic dealt with things older people would do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 March 1960

r'- ; - THE SAINT JO (Ttw) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 196* BUT A LICENSE BEFORE YOU GET FISHING FEVER "The fishing season is here, so get your 1960 fishing license before you get fishing fever," warns the director of law enforcement, Texas Game and Fish Commission. Last month, 37 persons were charged with fishing without the required licenses. "Most of these probably were individuals who for- got about a license until they were already in the boat and fishing," said the director. According to the Commission's monthly report on game and fish law violations, hunting contrary to the laws also ran high. A total of 70 persons were charged with illegally hunting at night. Some 29 were charged with hunting without resident licenses. Another 29 were charged with hunting in closed season, and 23 were filed on for hunting from an automobile. Wardens arrested 19 persons for killing doves out of season, 5 for hunting on game preserves, 14 for headlighting animals, 13 for killing deer in closed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 March 1960

/ ..v ' . ' '' ■ iji"* 'ir''" 11< The Saint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Cooke and Montague Counties In Northwest Texas Established In 1&98 VOLUME 62 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, Friday, March 11, 1960 NUMBER 15 v Scott Bros. Observe 70th Anniversary Scott Brothers Store Here One of Oldest of Its Kind in Northwest Texas WILLIAM L. SCOTT WALTER E. SCOTT ippf. IfiiJ W. L. SCOTT W. E. SCOTT, Jr. The senior Scott brothers founded the present Scott Bros, store in Saint Jo in March, 1890. W. L. Scott died in Septem- ber, 1936. W. E. survived him several years and remained actively interested in the firm he helped found until his death in 1944. W. E. Scott, Jr., and W. L. Scott bought interest in the store in 1928 and assumed full management in 1936. Sunday. .March 6, 1960 marked the 70th Anniversary of Scott Bros. Stores. The firm was founded in March, 1890 by W. E. and William _L. Scott and is now operated by W. E.. Jr., and W. L. Scott. The original location of the firm w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 March 1960

1 TBS SAINT JO (TUni) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1999 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER. E. L. POWELL, Publisher* E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second clas6 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 oolumns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. EDITORIAL Our local Red Cross Fund Drive was begun here last week. We are sure everyone is familiar with the work of the Red Cross, but unless you have received direct help from the Red Cross, you probably have never tried to put a dollars- and-cents tag on just what your annual contribution means to you and your family. Perhaps by answering the following questions, you will be able to evaluate the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 March 1960

1 <?' • . / N at mma illMM WOMAN'S PAGE MRS. JIM SHARP HOSTESS TO BULCHER HOME DEMO. CLUB Th® Bulcher Home Demonstrat- ion Club met in the home of Mrs. Jim Sharp on March 3, 1960. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. August "vttyman. The club prayer was re- peated in unison, and the club creed was read by Mrs. Ernest Robison. Mrs. Jim Sharp gave the reading of the minutes. Mrs. August Hyman read a letter she had received from Charles Campbell of Sherman saying there would be a representative to speak on Social Security on April 7th, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be at the community building. The public is cordially invited. Program on "Face and Figure" was given by Mrs. Travis Whitt. Recreation was provided by Mrs. Albert Fleitman. i Refreshments were served to the following: Mmes. August Hyman, Jessie Shields, Albert Fleitman, Gid Prather, Paul Tracy, Ernest Robism, Travis Whitt, Earl Robi- ^ son, Queenetta Martin, and hostess, Mrs. Jim Sharp. The next meeting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 March 1960

7 THE SAINT JO (Texu) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, MARCH 11, I960 ■ z Sales Prices For Upland Cotton Minimum sales prices for Com- modity Credit Corporation stocks of upland cotton have been deter- mined for the 1960-61 marketing year, according to Wm. Prueninger, Jr., Chairman, Montague County Agricultural Stabilization Commit- tee. The new sales prices are intended to emphasize farmers' marketings. The announcement at this time will provide farm operators with information on CCC's sales prices before March 16 deadline for elect ing Choice B allotments and price support for the 1960 crop. For 1959 and prior crops of upland cotton in CCC inventory, the new minimum sales price will be higher of (1) the market price as determined by CCC or (2) 115 percent of the 1960 Choice B loan rate. (This compares with the current 110 percent of the loan rate.) For 1960-crop cotton, the mini- mum sales price is as follows: When the cotton is sold by local agencies, the minimum sales price will be 110 percent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 March 1960

I \ \ i v 'ti \ ' Spencer News By Mra. Ernest O'Neal VVVVVVVVVVVV^ VVVVV^VVVV^"V^ Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Parker. Sheila Ann and Rex returned Mrs. Eula Parker to Wichita Falls Sun- -T day afternoon following her week- ends visit here. Mrs. H. J. Terry, Jr., Mike and Keith of Seminole, Okla., were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Prather and Jo Ella, and her husband's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mitchell visited his uncle, Jim Mitchell, in Nocona Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Snooks Hutson and children of Grape Vine were guests this weekend of his father, Homer Hutson. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Henley, Mrs. Bettie Grimes and Miss Ima Grimes this weekend were Mr. and Mrs. John Whitson of Wichita Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Huddleston and family of Brecken ridge, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Grimes and family, Henry Huddleston and Mrs. Lou Westmoreland and fam- ily, all of Saint Jo. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Durham and Janice were Gainesville visitors Thursday....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 March 1960

- "'■r i(*k■ vfi > • 'r'-. >€<$® V ! ( V • *' THE SAINT 10 (Textt) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1969 The dietitions who plan and prepare meals dally for students and teachers — also, high school girls who help serve the food during the lunch hour. Lett to right: Myrna Maxwell, Lucille Ivins, Mrs. Joe Farris, and Mrs. Clint Coventry. ■, - > j vV . i ■ Picture Story of Public Schools Week Visit 'MP vv- V"''T,.y J^v. yv;. $4 <$ Wmmmm * tom/toy wijipmm*hnm M I « HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY: (left to right), Dale Dennis, eighth grade sponsor and math teacher; R. P. Allen, music and band; Bill Gleason, seventh grade sponsor and assistant coach; Wendell Wilbanks, agri- culture; Billy Phillips, science and Algebra II; Gloria Phillips, home- making; Mrs. Hersche! Homer, English teacher; Miss Maxine Stilley, school secretary and teacher of commercial subjets; Bynum Smith, Prinipal, history teacher, and head coach. FOURTH GRADE—(left to right), Back Row: Freida Co® , Johnston, Billy Moor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 March 1960

:■.£'*«■** • • .<* g&ff&l - r ?V; ®3 ' .V-" 'v V ' $L -w " ' "X1 •' X- V\.." -■• > ft. •< .•• --J*-:.. * - • • . . • ♦" • '•••' * '"• -r. •" '*■ '. V;.* •.. •ry--''• FROM THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HERSHEL HOMER, Sponsor Published In THE 8AINT JO TRIBUNE, Friday, March 11, I960 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 j. Sandra Yoder * j Bob Embry Linda Henderson Betty Jo Hutson Myrna Maxwell Dick Embry Norbert Flusche > Mark Johnston Bob Martin Arnold Dennis Linda Flusche and Judy Seibold • i i • Third Grade #.• ■:.# Fourth Grade . V " Fifth Grade . ai-,.: Sixth Grade Elementary Sports ! ' Seventh Grade Eighth Grade Freshman Class Sophomore Class, Girls' Sports P.T.A. Reporter High School Sports . k Junior Class Student Council Band, Pep Rallies Senior Class Annual Staff - y ■• ■; '" Typist V&rf : HJ-T** " Typist " "*: *. f ? ' F.F....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 March 1960

A v 7 / mf- * BH . wx* III Mmtrnt •* ft i i The building pictured here was owned and operated by Walter E. Scott in 1888. Its location was 309 Main Street, in Duncan Oklahoma. It was after the sale of this store that he and his brother YV. L. Scott formed the partnership which started the Scott Bros. Store. NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE County Court WARRENTY DEEDS Peak, Wm„ et ux - R. S. Lemon, All of Lot No. 4 in Block No. 5 in the Sewell Addition to the town of Nocona. Perry, Charles J., et ux - J. W. Lee, South Vi of Block No. 5 and All of Block No. 9, All in the J. D. Hagler Addition to the town of Nocona. Garrett, Raymond, et ux - Ben D. Lee, et ux, Part of Lot No. 1, Block No. 1, Riley and Hulme Addition to the city of Bowie. Wilson, Piety Pancoast - Marvin Precise, Part of Lot No. 1, Block No. 1, Riley and Hulme Addition to the city of Bowie. Jennings, Wayne, et ux - James T. Ross, et ux, All of lots No. 9 and 10 in Block No. 38 of the original townsite of Nocona. Gar...

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