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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1960

Editor's Notes During the severe electrical storm we suffered in Saint Jo Tuesday anernoon, your editor received quite a shock—literally! fie ^appended to be talking oo the telephone to W. E. Scott ^hfn the most severe flash of lightening during the afternoon VOLUME 62 struck. It hit the receiver which hf was holding and the shock Vfnt straight up his arm. Need- less to say, he dropped the ^hone, causing W. E. a little anxiety as to what had happen- ed, having also felt the shock on his ear. It either hurt so bad or scared him so bad, that he was unable to talk for a few minutes and luckily someone else was in the office hearing W. E. calling on th* other end of the receiver. Ed claims since it was his right arm which was shocked, that's'why he didin't do so well bowling Tuesday night. We suppose that's better than no excuse. During the same flash of lightening, we heard that all the lights on the Telephone Co. switchboard lit up—wonder how the operator felt? It also rang every tele...

Publication Title: Saint Jo Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1960

nyy*;* It* -m j The Saint J* (Texas) TRIBUNE— FRIDAY, JUNE It, im 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 office. First Baptist Vacation Bible School Holds Commencement Exercises BLANKETS FOR CHILE Within our own hemisphere, one of the greatest peacetime tragedies of modern history is occurring. An entire nation is lying destitute as a result of savage earthquakes and tidal waves. At the present time literally hundreds of thousands of people are homesless, without food and medical care or cloth- ing. Chi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1960

WOMAN'S PAGE ; i <\ « BLANCHE GROVES CIRCLE MEETS MONDAY AFTERNOON ' Mrs. R. L. Williams was hostess to the Blanche Groves Circle of the First Baptist Church Monday P.M. ♦ The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Arthur Phillips. The theme of the Bible study was "The Christian Home" and was led by Mrs. J. C. Howell. Members present were Mmes. Leona Ross, Virgil Lawson, D. H. Mitchell, Arthur Phillips. J. C. Howell and the hostess. Mrs. Ella Lovelace and Linda Casaccia visited in Gainesville lest Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Bots Lovelase and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Norrls. < CAPPS CORNER H. D. CLUB HOSTESS FOR SOCIAL Members from five Home Demonstration Clubs of the county assembled at the Com- munity Center in Capps Corner for an all-day meeting on June 1st. with Capps Cornerites acting as hostess club for the enjoyable affair. Tables in the dining hall were centered with lovely arrange- ments of early summer flowers and at the noon hour the mem- bers and their guests e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1960

The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE— FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 19M " " *"") Senior Trip con'd (Continued from Page 1) already played a huge tarpon on her line for some 30 minutes. The tarpon (some said) must have weighed between 100 and 150 pounds; much more than the lady behind the reel. We watched big-eyed and breath- less, thrilled to death each time he would lling himself out of the wated, fighting with all his might. She continued to play the fish, 45 minutes in all, from one side of the wide warf to the other. The crowd followed her all the while. Oh! What a let down and disappointment when the tarpon won the fight by breaking the line and getting away. The lady had really work- ed, and when she left the warf she was on her way to get another hook and try it again the spirit of a real fisherman. On the warf were several baby sharks someone had caught. We felt of them and they felt like sand paper. They were dead, or we might not have been so close to them. It was most interesting to watch the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1960

wv ♦ ( 4 NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE County Court Dennis, C. W. L. - Dennis. * Elmer L., Tr„ Lot No. 1 in Block No. 24 of the original townsite of Bowie, Texas. Hutson, Dallas G., et ux - Victor P. Rickey, et ux, The Easterly V4 of Lots Nos. 1 and 2, and the Easterly xk of the North- erly V4 of Lot No. 3. all in Block No. 1, Buena Vista Addition to the city of Bowie, Texas. Wheeler, T. H.. et ux - Frank L. Massey. et ux, Lot No. 8 of the T. H. Wheeler Sub-division Block No 2 Revised a part of Hill Co. School Land. Block No. 35, Montague Co., Texas. Roper, Ruby L. Waldrip, et vir - Marvin D. Weiden, All of Kits Nos. 11 and 12 in Block No. 67 of the original townsite of the town of Nocona, Texas. Ford, Floyd - Fred Ford, All that certain two tracts or parcels of land, both part of the Isaac 3-T NYLON SALE 10 WIST PRICK [VIR! good/yf~r * 70 ■ is klwkmll plM tci mmd wppmbb tire 3-T NYLON All-Weather The biggest, low-priced 3-T Nylon tire value ever of- fered. Save with safety ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1960

The Saint Jo (Texaa) TRIBUNE— FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1M0 ■SOIL CONSERVATIONS DISTRICT NEWS Ml SOU *0011 STRENGTH E A good investment in time and money during June would be to control weeds on pastures and waterways. This is especial- ly true on newly planted grass because the first year's growth is very important in the future production and establishment. Weeds rob the grass plants of moisture and sunshine vitally needed to make and maintain a good root system. It takes an average of about 500 pounds of water to produce a pound of grass. Most weeds take just as much or more water to produce a pound of forage. Too, weeds cannot be turned into beef. These robbers of moisture, that your grass could be using, may be controlled by mowing or the use of chemical sprays. Make sure you comply with the State Herbicide laws when spraying for weed control. * * * Now is the time to plant sum- mer legumes for soil building. Several coperators have indi- Weekend Specials ALL BRAND'S OVENREADY BISCUITS ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1960

Saint J o Business Directory The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE— FRIDAY. JUNE 10, I960 KY 1 LEW t AGGONER STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS Wash - Grease - Service ) Diamond Tires - 6 month terms DIAL 2539 T~"W Saint Jo's CONOCO 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 Pictured above are H. VV. "Hubba" Sunderland Berry Drilling Company. and "Hotch" Berry Berry Drilling Company Phone 2308 Saint Jo D. C. Berry and H. W. Sunderland became partners in the Berry Drilling Company in 1951. Previously both had worked for Kingery Bros. Drilling Co. Sunderland has been with them since 1945. The Berry Drilling Company are drilling contractors and do work for oil companies all over this area. Their office is located on South Broad Street. Both D. C. and Hubert have been members of the Saint Jo Optimist Clu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 June 1960

..1 K The Mat Jo (Tnu) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JUNE It, ltN CLASSIFIED ADS ClMtlfled rates: 4c per word first insertion; 2c thereafter; mini- mum 35c. Cash In advance on ALL classified ads except for badaan firms or individuals Who have regular accounts with Tribune. Cash is requested to ■ve bookkeeping and make these low rates possible. Card of Thanks 90c in advance. • Tor Sale FOR SALE: Used Clothes and Novelties, 1 block East of the Hospital on East Locus Street, Nocona. Glassley Store. (5-tfc) FOR SALE: Feed trough, all metal contraction, with hay rack. Contact Bobby Jeter. (25-tfc) • For Sale FOR SALE: Eight room house, 1716 square feet. Hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, four and one-half lots. Two out buildings. $9,000. Corner of Howell and Mill Streets, Saint Jo. Shown by appointment only. Emmitt Yoder. (24-tfc) • Services UPHOLSTERING: See Newton F. Stogner. PHONE 2529 FOR SALE: 1948 rord Pickup, 1952 Oldsmobile in good shape. L. A. Martin, Phone 2218. (25-tfc) FOR SALE: Modern 5-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1960

f' j'ZZWm: \ t i ' SAINT JO RODEO STARTS TONIGHT , .'/■ \0 \ t; Rodeo Time Is Here! The Saint Jo Rodeo starts off with a big parade this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Riding clubs from Bowie, Nocona, Whitesboro. Gainesville, and several other towns are expected to be riding in the parade, which should be a colorful preliminary for the rodeo that starts tonight at 8 o'clock in the Saint Jo Riding Club Arena east of town. Gene Roberson will be the announcer and Ken Jacobs will act as clown. Both men are from Marietta, Oklahoma. Red Gordon and his band from Gainesville will provide musical entertainment during aiy performances. 1 iursday morning, entries wete up to 116, with an expccted total by Friday night of 150. There will be approximately $2,000 given in prize money to the winning entries. Judges for all events will be Croxton Maddox and Billy Jo Hancocks, both of Nocona. This years rodeo will feature six big events — bareback rid- ing, calf roping, saddle bronc riding, girls barrel rac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1960

The Saint J* (Trau) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JUNE 17. 1M« THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE I-ER. E. L E. L. POWELL, Editor R. L. JETER. E. L. POWELL. Publisher! )WU,I, Entered as second class matter. we. 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 cwpoation 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. GRASSROOTS OPINION MILES CITY, MONT.. STAR: "That wartime excise tax on all domestic passenger transporta- tion, first imposed by Congress in 1941 to discourage travel by those who weren't obliged to go somewhere, is still effective. . . . "Last year the Senate voted overwhelmingly for its full re- peal, but niff-nawing in the House resulted in a compromise, reduction of the travel excise from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1960

c TT WOMAN'S PAGE V ) it j • I I I ••thy Boone and Donna Reed Enrolled in Twirlers School NORMAN, Okla„ June 16— .Kathy Boone and E>onna Reed, Route l, Saint Jo students are enrolled in the Twirler School being held on the north campus of the University of Oklahoma, 'June 13-17. Duke Miller, Phoenix, Ariz., nationally known instructor in the arts of twirling a baton and drum majoring is again direct- ing the high school students for the third consecutive summer. The annual event is part of the Summer Activities Schedule presented by the Short Courses and Conferences department of the OU extension division, PEABODY H. D. CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. L. W. YOUNG The Peabody Home Demon- Etion Club met Wednesday, e 8 with Mrs. L. W. Young. . J. P. Embry had charge of the meeting. Mrs. Young and Mrs. Embry gave the program on "Home Making Short Cuts." Refreshments were served to Mmes. C. L. Young, C. A. Baker, J. P. Embry, Belle Cable, and Misses Gayle Embry, Bernice Baker and Diafletta Mitch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1960

The Saint J* (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JUNE 17, ltM NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER ORDER OF SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF MONTAGUE By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the District court vt Montague County. Texas, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 22nd day of April, 1960, in favor of the plaintiff and against the said defendants, in the case of J. S. Powell, plain- tiff, vs. Anna Lee Eldredge, a widow, Lloyd Eldredge, Jr., Alvilda Eldredge. a widow, Vera Eldredge. defendants, and James Troy Woolf, Intervenor, No. 13,793 in such court. I did on the 9 day of June. 1960. at 11:20 o'clock A.M., levy upon the following described tract and parcel of land situated in the county of Montague State of Texas, as the property of said defendants and Intervenor to- wit: Situated in the County of Mon- tague, Texas and being a part of Lot No. One (1) of the Dorothy Subdivision of the S. W. part of T. E. & L. Co. Survey No. 2828, Abstract No. 766, and more par...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1960

] I it, «t 10 •0 o. Ihe Saint Jo (Tcni) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 19M d Core In Texas Tor Senile Aged Is Insufficient Texas takes care of 4,200 old people in its mental hospitals and geriatric homes. A large percentage of these people do not need to be there. To an in- creasing degree the State hos- pitals are being turned into nursing homes. Dr. C. J. Ruilmann, State Director of Mental Health and Hospitals, mentioned that out of 22 persons over 60 years old ad- mitted from one Texas county last year, 15 had no mental ill- ness other than senility. Like several thousand others, they could not be treated; they simply had to be cared for. The hospital system relieves the burden to some extent by "furloughing" some of its old people to nursing and convales- cent homes which will agree to accept them for the price of their monthly Old Age Assist- ance grants. More than 600 "furloughed" mental patients are now being cared for in these homes. Approximately 750 aged men are given custodia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1960

! !T f The Saint Jo (Tnou) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JUNE 17, I960 New Medical Writing Fellowship Announced by Medical Association AUSTIN—The Harriet Cun- ningham Memorial Fellowship in Medical Writing was an- nounced today by the Texas Medical Association and the School of Journalism at the University of Texas. The Fellowship, which will pay $250 during the 1960-61 school year, and each year thereafter, is in honor or Harriet Cunningham, a graduate of the University School of Journalism. She joined the staff of the Texas State Journal of Medicine in 1945 and assumed the duties of editor in 1947. Several years ago she was stricken with a muscular disease for which no cure was known. She encouraged doctors both in Austin and at the Mayo Clinic to study her case closely in the hope that other patients some- day would profit from her ex- perience and her doctors' grow- ing knowledge. More recently, she became a victim of another dread disease, cancer, yet she continued to work full time at the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1960

PQRPwN!. V£'1 W - 3 Saint J o Business Directory The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JUNE 17, I960 KYLE WAGGONER STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS Wash - Grease - Service Diamond Tires - 6 month terms DIAL 2539 t [ If Saint Jo's CONOCO Washing and Greasing Money Back Guarantee JOHNNY LANE, Owner and Operator I I I V FLUSCHE Garage & Feed Store GOODYEAR TIRES SOUTHLAND BATTERIES Ph. 2324 Saint Jo PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled ,rWe Give S & H Green Stamps" Phone 2332 Saint J« <. CRIAM I 1 Pictured above is Joe Farris in front of his business, Farris Produce. Frank Collier, who is a partner in the business, was not present for the picture, due to illness. Berry Drilling Company Phone 2308 Saint Jo Farris Produce has been op- erating in Saint Jo since March 1, 1930. when Joe Farris moved from Nocona to establish busi- ness here. Frank Collier became associated with him January 1, 1946, and they have remained partners ever since that time. They specialize in buying and selling...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1960

r, J 8*lai U (Tom) TWBUNE - — FUDAT, JUNE it, 1M A JUNE 17-18 % i Wish * « /( y r r f.. i \ LAWLER FOOD STORE WILLIAMS DRILLING COMPANY JOE FARRIS PRODUCE FIRST NATIONAL BANK HUCHTONS FEED STORE FIELD and YETTER INSURANCE PEDIGO PHARMACY CURTIS MARTIN WELL SERVICE GENE'S SINCLAIR STATION SAINT JO'S CONOCO THOMPSON GROCERY SCOTT BROTHERS POWELL'S BARBER SHOP GORDON DRUG GASTON GARAGE CLUB CAFE GULF SERVICE STATION ORCHID CLEANERS THAT'S IT KYLE'S TEXACO STATION JACKSON GROCERY & MARKET SAINT JO TELEPHONE CO. COWAN'S VARIETY STORE WARE CLEANERS EVELYN'S BEAUTY SHOP COMMUNITY PUBLIC SERVICE WEED SERVICE STATION FLUSCHE GARAGE & FEED STORE DAIRY SPOT F. C. PRICE, Sinclair Products 1 ; > l

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1960

> I "•« \ J 4 ) ♦ 7 V J Tk 8*lat |« (Tew) HUB UN* - PIIDAT, JUN* 17, Uff \ RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY 1:00 p.m. JUNE 18th, 1960 Qfoaftd Saturday, Jane 18 1:00 p.m. TWIN CITY BOWLING LANES FEATURING: • 12 BOWLING LANES • AMF Automatic Pin Setters • AMF TELE-SCORE • Rheem Air-Conditioning • LOCKERS • LARGE REST ROOMS • FREE NURSERY • Public Address System Register for FREE Prizes Amflite Rocket Bowling Ball AMF Bowling Bag AMF Bowling Shoes Coca Cola Thermo Keep Bags Free Bowling NOTHING TO BUY JUST COME IN AND REGISTER I/Hit Out Complete Snack Bar SHORT ORDERS HAMBURGERS SANDWICHES COFFEE SOFT DRINKS Bring in Y aur Friends for A Coffee Break FREE! NURSERY F H £ ® * bowling 2 Games COFFEE (all afternoon) '/'Iv' 1 ' • • ■ • * ■: ..iM mmw-f • - ;-v*> ; ;> BOWIE, TEXAS :/ r pft/ZCs Cr^E,y A*Ay Open Week Days 10:00 A.M. Saturday 8:00 A.M. Sunday 1:00 P.M. Twin City Bowling Lanes Ray Harlow and Ray Whittington, Owners Montague Highway - 2Vfc Miles N. of Bowie 4T-

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 June 1960

■iMjwnrm . * M. I ••* The b*int Jo <T xm) TRIBUNE — FKJDAT, JUNE 17, 1M CLASSIFIED ADS Cludlled rates: ic per word first Insertion; 2c thereafter; mini- mom 35c. Cash In advance on ai.l. classified ads except (or 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 or TRADE: 1951 Chevrolet, 4-door Sedan. Radio and heater, runs good. At Skating Rink. (29-tfc) FOR SALE: Roller Skates. Clamp-on type. All sizes. Ex- cellent condition. $2.00 per pair. At Skating Rink. (29-tfc) FOR SALE: 5 room house, garage and out buildings on North Broad Street. Ph. 2410, L. O. Tucker. (29-tfc) FOR SALE: Baby Chicks, Start- ed Chicks, Muenster Hatchery, Muenster, Texas. <24-tfc) RELAX THEATRE MUENSTER, TEXAS Fri„ Sat., June 17-18 "BORN RECKLESS" JEFF RICHARDS ARTHUR HUNNICUTT MAMIE VAN DOREN Sun., Mon., Tues., June 19-21 "Operation Petticoat" CARY GRANT TONY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 June 1960

Editor's Notes rj s) /' We would like to extend our congratulations to Forest Galmor, president of the Saint Jo Riding Club, and the many others who worked so hard to make the Saint Jo Rodeo the success that it was. In our opinion, and we are not alone, it was one of the best rodeos we have ever at- tended. Everyone in Saint Jo should feel proud that we were host to such a line exhibition. We know everyone who at- tended it enjoyed the rodeo, but no one could have possibly en- joyed it more than our (almost) 4 year old son, Ricky. We took him Friday and Saturday nights and he would have gone seven nights in a row, if it had been possible. Our youngest, Doug, watched it with mild enthusiasm, but being only 2 years old does not appreciate a rodeo as fully as Ricky. Anyway, it's always good to see our youngsters | happy and having fun. So even ! if it had accomplished nothing' else, the rodeo gave ours a good time. We hope it did the same for you and yours. * We were sorry to hear that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 June 1960

The Saint Jo (Teui) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY. JUNE 24. 196* 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 MontauuP or Cjoke $2.00 Outside Area $2.50 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person. firm or corpoution 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. GRASSROOTS OPINION MYRTLE CREEK. OREGON, MAIL: "Just what ,in the long run, have we solved by our enormous and expensive farm subsidy program? You can still go broke, or get rich, in the farming business — just as in every type of independent busi- ness—depending upon how hard you work, how shrewdly you operate, how timely you buy and sell, and how happily many ele- ments over which you have little if any co...

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