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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 April 1960

If V I W. H. Green of Bowie Wins Zone 1 Award for Conservation Work W. H. Green of Bowie is this year's winner of the Bankers Award for doing an outstanding job on soil and water conserva- tion in zone 1 of the Upper Elm- Red Soil Conservation District. W. H. (Bill) Green has long been a popular man in the Lone Satr Community. He is always ready and willing to help his neighbor. He has been a good conserva- tion farmer since CCC days. The 5.5 miles of terraces were con- structed with grader; the out- lets were constructed of rock drops at each terrace and are still functioning. This is one of the few systems designed and constructed in CCC days that has been maintained and is op- erating as it was designed. Bill has planted a legume on nearly every acre on the farm. His cropland has been planted to vetch or peas regularly. Last year he planted Guar as a soil building cover crop. The cropping system for this farm consists of a soil improving such as vetch and oats, guar or peas follo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 April 1960

SAINT JO TRIBUNE, SOIL CONSERVATION ISSUE FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1960 A ,«f - W. M. Tucker of Sponish Fort Wins Soil Conservation Award, Zone 2 1 W. M. Tucker is the winner of the Bankers Award for the farmer doing the best job of soil conservation last year in the Upper Elm-Red Soil Conser- vation District. W. M. Tucker began cooperat- ing with the Upper Elm-Red Soil Conservation District in 1950 on 168 acres of rangeland, all he owned at the time. He rented farmland from year to year. In 1955 Mr. Tucker bought 197 acres in the Red River Valley north of Spansh Fort in Montague County. With 70 acres of cropland, Mr. Tucker began an intensified system of soil improvement. He used vetch, cowpeas, and alfalfa as soil im- proving crops. Since 1955 Mr. Tucker has increased the yields of his cotton, corn and small grains until his farm is one of the highest producers in the Valley. At the present time, 623 acres are rented, 452 acres of which are cropland. Now is it seldom that one begins a co...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 April 1960

V-' , 4 ► Alois Trubenbach, Muenster, Gets Champ Award for Zone 3, Alois "Ollie" Trubenbach of Muenster is the outstanding farmer of zone 3 of the Upper Elm-Red Soil Conservation Dist- rict and also was chosen out- standing farmer of the District. "Ollie" has been cooperating with the Upper Elm-Red Soil Conservation District since 1949. He bought a 140 acre place which he added to his conserva- tion plan in 1953 and in January, 1959, technicians from the Soil Conservation Service assisted him in developing a conservation plan on a 445 acre farm which he had purchased. He now owns and operates 1,357 acres. Even with the recent addition of the two new places, Ollie has come a long way in his efforts to halt erosion and improve his J soil. He has established 80% of all the practices included in his conservation plans. In order to stop the erosion on his cropland, Ollie has put in six grassed waterways to serve as terrace and diversion terrace outlets. He has built 1.1 miles of terraces...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 April 1960

SAINT JO TRIBUNE, SOIL CONSERVATION ISSUE FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1960 BONITA MAN PRACTICES LONG RANGE CONSERVATION PLAN i4*f The Supervisors of the Upper Elm-Red Soil Conservation Dist- rict believe the best way to solve the problems of soil and water conservation is for each landowner or operator to work out a long range conservation plan for their farm or ranch, then carry out the plan by put- ting into effect the needed con- servation practices. Soil Conservation Service technicians, assisting the District, help farmers and ranchers who are interested, in determining their conservation problems as well as some of the different ways to effectively solve their problems. A typical example of this type of planning is illustrated by a plan recently worked out by Edsel McLaughlin of Route 1, Bonita, on two places he pur- chased. Edsel asked the District for assistance in working out a conservation plan. Soil Conser- vation Service technicians made a soil survey of his plans. The type of soi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 April 1960

Tony Walterscheid of Muenster Award Winner Ten Years Ago Much has been said about conservation awards winners for 1059, but let uh look back 10 years ago to 1040 to the award winner from /one; 'l of the District, ffc was none other than Tony Walterscheid of Muenster. Tony has continued to be the true conservation farmer that merited the re cog- nition he received in I(1411. The award was presented for the accomplishments he had made on his 212 acre farm. Since that time he has taken on the job of applying conservation on .'in- other 170 acres that he rents. Tony lias established .'J water- ways on. the land that lie rents, lie has built, over •' miles of terraces and used sweet clover, alfalfa and other legumes rcgu larly in Ills crop rotation. The basic conservation prac tires have all been applied on his 212 acre farm. Kvcry acre of cultivated land has been planted to legumes at one time. He continues to plant and fer- tilize legumes, rotating so that he covers all the land every ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 April 1960

■<s<? SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1960 ED ANTHONY GETS CHAMPION FARMER AWARD IN ZONE 4 Ed Anthony Ed Anthony, who lives two miles south of Era, Texas on Highway 151, has applied a com- plete conservation program to his 90 acre farm. Anthony start- ed on his program back in 1947 when he terraced one of his cropland fields and started us- ing sweet clover as a soil im- proving crop. Since that time every acre on his place has been in clover or alfalfa several times. Superphosphate is put out with the legumes each time it is planted. When the farm plan was de- veloped with the assistance of Soil Conservation Service tech- nicians from the Gainesville work unit it was found that no suitable outlet was available. A wide flat waterway was staked out and sodded to Bermudagrass for this purpose. This 5 acre plan has since been fenced and is now a part of the permanent pasture on the farm. In 1958, Ed completed the terracing necessary to control the runoff water on the remain- ...

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

f""* *■ " * y ir 1 Go To The Polls and Vote Saturday your duty to vote Saturday, May 7 is one of the • most important days of this year for every citizen of Saint Jo as well as the entire country. It is the day when we are priv- ileged to exercise one of the most precious rights which we enjoy as American citizens—the right to vote for whom we choose to run our state, county and local governments. As we said before, voting is a privilege—but more than that, it is a duty and obligation we must fulfill in order to keep America the democratic country A that it is today. The quickest way to destroy our freedom and let the minority groups take over our country is merely by staying away from the polls f tomorrow or any other election day with the excuse, "Oh well, my vote wouldn't count much anyway, besides I'm not sure 1 know who I should vote for." None of us can know for cer- tain that we are voting for the right man for the job, but we can keep up with the news, the political speeches...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 May 1960

The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, MAY «, 1%0 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL. Publisher* E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress, 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 corpoation 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 off ice future men and women (Continued from Page 1> especially in this size town. The superintendent, John Henderson, and the teachers, principals, and coaches are some of the linest in their fields. If we could only instill in our children t h e importance of studying and acquiring all the education possible in these short years, they would be grateful later on for the effort they put forth. In the age in whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 May 1960

T WOMAN'S PAGE CEN8U8 ENUMERATORS AND WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD OFFICIALS MEET APRIL 26 As a pleasant culminatipn of the census enumeration in Mon- tague County, the enumerators and census officials of the County met in the Community Room of the Nocona Farmers & (Merchants Bank, Tuesday even- ing Apr. 26, for a buffet supper and a "testimonial" meeting afterwards. Many interesting and amusing incidents were related. The enumerators invariably said a majority of the people were very cooperative and the job had been a pleasant one. Special guests for the evening were Mr. H. S. Gray, District Supervisor, and Mrs. Gray, Mr. Stegall, District Field Assistant, ^ and Mrs. Stegall, all of Wichita Falls. Other guests were the husbands of the lady enumera- tors. . Those attending from Saint Jo were Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Ice, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boone, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carlton. COMPLETES AFRICAN STUDY Members of the Wesleyan Service Guild met on Wednesday evenin...

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

tat, The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, MAY 6, I960 NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE County Court WARRANTY REEDS Ellis, Marshall E., et ux • M. W. Buck, et ux. Lot No. 8, Block No. 17 of the original townsite of Saint Jo, Texas. •Pigg, M. L. - Bertha Skid- more, A part of Block No. 11, Lindsey Addition to the city of Bowie, Texas. Brice, B. C., et ux • W. B. Brice, A part of Block No. 9, Hill County School Land on the South side of Nelson Street in the city of Bowie, Texas. Baker, Marvin, e tux - Paul V. Baccus, et ux , Part of Block No. 8, Hill County School Land, Montague County. Texas. Ice, Cecil, et ux - Leonard B. Ice, 1116 acres of land, more or less, out of the W. D. Lacy Sur- vey, Abst. No. 418, and said UlMs acres being all that part of a certain 125 acre tract lying and being South of a public road said 125 acre tract. Swagerty, Leona - R. E. Mc- Mahan: First Tract—A part of Block No. 15. Hill County School Land Re-elect Robert Calvert * State Comptroller Keep an ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 May 1960

Tf r Of Ped itir M -o* iris rue. sst- Itjy do- ing alls ike Al- old iad nd not tell ver or- ear ing D. *c- ike my ion rge le Foe ind UU ted ick ill. )le, on. His :ry rds 'I y Spencer Mews By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Henley and daughters, Mrs. Isom Reed and Mrs. Henry Huddleston at- tended funeral rites held in Denison Friday for Mrs. Henley's brother-in-law. Virgil Noel of Denison. J. H. Ayres returned home Thursday from a Wichita Falls hospital, where he underwent major surgery the previous week. He returned to the hos- pital Monday for a check-up. His condition is reported ex- cellent. He was accompanied by Mrs. Ayres and his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ayres of Starkey. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cannon and Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Cannon and James visited their son and brother. R. D. Cannon, in a Dallas hospital Sunday. Mr. ana wirs. J. C. Durham, Calvin and Arlie Ray were in Wichita Falls for dental atten- tion Saturday. Mrs. Eula Parker and grand- son, Randy Weineger of Wichita F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 May 1960

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HERSHEL HOMER, Sponsor Published in THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, Friday, May 6, 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 Sophomore 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 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. SIXTH GRADE Mike Buck was absent all last week and most of this one; he had the mumps. Eddie Yetter was absent one day last week. A typhoid shot made him sick. Alicia Grotte was absent two days last week. We do not know what was wrong with her. We did not get much sun- shine ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 May 1960

* f I 1 * Saint J o Business Directory The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, MAY 6, I960 KYLE WAGGONER STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS Wash - Grease - Service Diamond Tires - 6 month terms DIAL 8539 mS Saint Jo's Washing and Greasing Money Back Guarantee JOHNNY LANE, Owner and Operator FLUSCHE Garage & Feed Store GOODYEAR TIRES SOUTHLAND BATTERIES Ph. 2324 Saint Jo PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled "We Give S & H Green Stamps" Phone 2332 Saint Jo Cotton & Peanut Allotments According to Buel E. Wright, ASC County Office Manager, revised Cotton and Peanut Al- lotment Notices were mailed to Cotton and Peanut farmers, Thursday. April 14. The revised allotment notices are the results of farms releasing their allot- ment to the County Committee to be reapportioned to other eligible farms in the County that filed application for additional acreage. The law provides that where a producer does not intend to plant his Cotton or Peanut acreage, they may releace all or any part of the a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 May 1960

* MM .V Jjllia 1 T ■ .. f The Saint Jo (TcxM) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1960 CLASSIFIED ADS Classified rates: 4c per word first insertion; 2c thereafter; mini- mum 35c. Cash in advance on ALL classified ads except for business firms or individuals who have regular accounts with Tribune. Cash is requested to save bookkeeping and make these low rates possible. Card of Thanks 50c in advance. !• For Sale FOR SALE: Used Clothes and Novelties, 1 block East of the Hospital on East Locus Street, Nocona. Glassley Store. <5-tfc) FOR SALE: Cushman motor scooters. Sales and Service. Schad and Pulte. Gainesville. (21-4tc) FOR SALE: 4 out buildings in town; 3 buildings on farm; one bare-cat grinder and silage cutter; one old time Fresno scraper, Intl. Pickup. SELL ANY PART OR ALL. Mrs. J. K. Seibold. Phone 2511. (19-tfc) BABY CHICKS and Custom Hatching. Phone 63. Muenster Hatchery, Muenster, Texas. (13-tfc) I For Sale FOR SALE: 2 piece living room suite, play pen, and rocking chair. V. W. Clayt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 May 1960

Dr. D. L. Ligon Guest Speaker At Club, May 11 • The Saint Jo Optimist Club held its regular meeting Wed- nesday, May 11. John Henderson introduced the guest speaker. Dr. D. L. Ligon, Vice president of Midwestern Jniversity. He spoke to Optimist mem- bers about the opportunities offered to young people who choose Midwestern University as their school of higher educa- tion. He said the present en- rollment there is just under 1.500. During the first term of school enrollment was over 1,500. Dr. Ligon brought out that effective September, 1961, Mid- western would be a State sup- ported school. Dr. Ligon brought with him. John Strain, student at Mid- western, who provided enter- tainment with his guitar. Although, the guitar is only a hobby with John, Dr. Ligon expressed high hopes for him in the field of music. He is also a member of M.U. Choir. Guest at this week's meeting was David Tudor of Gainesville. Montague Co. Census Report Herbert S. Gray. District Supervisor of the Bureau of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 May 1960

*Khc Saint Jo (Tent) TRIBl/NK — FRIDAY, MAT. IS, 1 M 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, Tex. under Act of Congress. 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 corpoation 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. MONTAGUE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY REQUESTS INFORMATION ON WAR VETERANS The Montague County Historical Survey Committee and the Co-ordinating Committee of the four precincts; are instituting a project to obtain the names of all Veterans of the Civil War buried in Montague County, and if possible obtain the organization, rank and place of burial. The roll of the Veterans will be placed in a permanent re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 May 1960

I Saint J o Business Directory y Hie Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, MAY, 13, 1%0 KYLE WAGGONER STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS Wash - Grease - Service Diamond Tires - 6 month terms DIAL 2539 Saint Jo's Washing and Greasing Money Back Guarantee JOHNNY LANE, Owner and Operator FLUSCHE Garage & Feed Store GOODYEAR TIRES SOUTHLAND BATTERIES Ph. 2324 Saint Jo PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled "We Give S & H Green Stamps" Phone 2332 Saint Jo Berry Drilling Company Phone 2308 Saint Jo CASH DRY GOODS Marcy Lee Dresses — Men and Boys' Levis Shoes for The Entire Family "We Give S & H Green Stamps" J. M. FLEMING CLUB CAFE You are invited to dine with us Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dunn, Operators Casa Loma Beauty Shop Mary Nell Mosley, Operator Gladys Brown, Owner and Operator Phone 2338 OTTO HOLLAND District Manager LEE'S GRILL FINE FOOD Orders to Go Homemade Pies ClUb Room Phone 2346 KINGERY DRILLING CO. Phone 2309 Saint Jo % \'a: CURTIS MARTIN, CURTIS MARTIN WELL SERVICE Curtis Martin ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 May 1960

mm Jr Sk« Saint J* (Ttiu) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, MAT. IS, 19M CLAS9FIED ADS Classified rates: 4c per word first insertion; 2c thereafter; mini- mum 35c. Cash in advance on ALL classified ads except for business firms or individuals who have regular accounts with Tribune. Cash is requested to save bookkeeping and make these low rates possible. Card of Thanks 50c in advance. • For Sale FOR SALE; 2 piece living room suite, play pen, and rocking chair. V. W. Clayton. Phone 2233 or 2289. <23-2tp) I# For Sale FOR SALE: Used Clothes and Novelties, 1 block East of the Hospital on East Locus Street, Nocona. Glassley Store. (5-tfc) FOR SALE: Cushman motor scooters. Sales and Service. Schad and Pulte, Gainesville. (21-4tc) GIFT ITEMS for all occasions. Buy now for those on your graduation list. Free gift wrapping. Albert's Plumbing and Heating, 209 E. Calif. St., Gainesville. (24-2tc) RELAX THEATRE MUENSTER, TEXAS FRI. - SAT. - MAY 13 - 14 "Four D Man" ROBERT LANSING LEE MERIWETHER IN COLOR Sun....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 May 1960

V*' %' "nsf*" Editor's Notes This week marks the close of BChool and that means this will be the last week until fall, that will have our school news, "From the Panhter's Den." *■ We woutd like to say that this news, which was written and edited by the school students, with Pat Harris as editor, has definitely been an enjoyable addition to the Tribune. We know, because many, many, peo- ple have told us so. It has kept our readers informed on school activities and showed parents, teachers, and friends that these youngsters are smarter than we give them credit for to be able to turn in this fine quality of work in their articles. It has been our pleasure to provide space for this news each week and sincerely hope that we may again be able to work with this fine group and perhaps some new ones in the next school year. We would like to thank each student, teacher, Mr. Henderson, and especially Pat for their work and effort in bringing this news to you each week. We would like also, to e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 May 1960

THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE &. 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. Tex. under Act of Congress, 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, Arm or corpoation 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. Uz News By Wynona L. Riddles Gregory, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bynum Smith, is the per- fect example of "mumps" which so many of the children in Saint Jo are having these days. Not only is Greg still swollen from mumps—he now has the "measles." His little sister, Sissy, also has the measles. None of the others In the family have had the mumps, so looks like the Smiths are in for a busy summer. Due to circumstances beyond our control we were unable to pr...

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