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

r 1 " ) TEXAS FARM BUREAU OPPOSES PROPOSED MINIMUM WAGE LAW I WACO (Spl)--The Texas Farm Bureau voiced its opposition to proposed legislation which would increase the minimum wage to $1.25 per hour and extend it to additional millions of workers. J. H. West, president of the state farm organization, stated the Farm Bureau's position on the issue in letters to all mem- bers of the Texas congressional mm NV ffht Bible And though I have the gift f prophecy and understand ill mysteries and all knowl- edge; and though I have al) Faith so that I could remove mountains, and have not char ity, I am nothing. — (1 Corinthians 13:2) Any of ub, through a life oJ righteousness, devotion and prayer, can win to the whoU faith that rewards us with in ner peace and strength. Bui we will not be wholly accept- able in the sight of God unti we unfailingly extend a lovii heart and helping hand to •>ur less fortunate brethrei delegation. He urged the Texas lawmakers to use their influ- ence to defeat ...

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

The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY. JULY 15. INI CURBING FARM ACCIDENT PROBLEM IS GOAL OF "FARM SAFETY WEEK" Farm accidents claim about 3,500 lives cach year, more than any other industry. Some 11,000 farm resident die each year in all types of accidents, and an- other million suffer accidental injuries. To direct attention to this appalling problem, President Eisenhower has designated the week of July 24-30 as "National Farm Safety Week." In Texas, Governor Daniel has proclaimed the period "Farm Safety Week in Texas." The Texas Farm and Ranch Safety Council, together with the Texas Safety Associ- ation, Texas Agricultural Ex- tension Service and the Texas Bureau, is pushing a farm safety education program during the week. Theme of the observance is 'Enjoy Farm—Practice Safety." Objective of the educational ef- fort is to curb the soaring farm accident problem which hits one farm family in four each year. Texas is among the top ten states in the nation in accident rates associate...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 July 1960

/ * \ Spencer Mews By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal jj ^ Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dowd, and Mrs. I Clark Lyons attended funeral rites for Floyd Harris in Whites- boro Sunday afternoon. Mr. Harris taught school here several years ago, and he and his family were residents here. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Swearingin, Dan, Mike and David of Houston visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ivins, Tuesday to Thursday last week while here to attend funeral rites for his grand- mother, Mrs. Harper Inez Swearingin, which were held in the Methodist Church in Mon- tague Wednesday afternoon. Dan remained for a longer visit with his grandparents. 4 A i Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Cannon and James were in Denton Wednes- day to be with her sister, Mrs. Calvin Gilbert who underwent surgery in a Denton hospital. Linda and Nancy Gilbert are staying in the Cannon home while their mother is hospitaliz- ed. Mr. and Mrs. Cannon visited Mrs. Gilbert again Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Durham ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 July 1960

/ < The 8alat Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JULY 15, lfM CLASSIFIED ADS I \ Classified rates: 4c per word first Insertion; 2c thereafter! mini- mum 35c. Cast) in advance ob ALL classified ads except for business firms or individuals who have regular accounts with Tribune. Cash is requestaj .. Jo save bookkeeping and .' itiAW these low rates possible. Card Thanks 50c In advance. ' s • • For Sale FOR SALE: 5 room house, garage and out buildings on North Broad Street. Ph. 2410 L. O. Tucker. (29-tfc) J FOR SALE: Used bedroom suites, $29.95 up; used liying room suites, $10.00 up; good used refrigerators, guaranteed $29.95 up; used ranges, $19.95 up, guaranteed. Also, all types of new furniture for sale, in- cluding Sealy mattresses and Kelvinator Refrigerators. Free delivery anywhere—Terms or cash. Top Dollar Trade-in ' at Bowie Furniture Co., Bowie, Texas. (32-8tc> RELAX THEATRE MUENSTER, TEXAS For Sale FOR &ALE: Feed trough, ^11 metal contruction, with h*y rack. Contact Bobby ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1960

tsai' Editor's Notes by Mrs. Ed. As some of you already know, the Tribune was in the mail early last week, in fact the earliest ever since we've been publishers, except for holidays. It deflates my ego somewhat, since I left early Wednesday morning and was gone until late Saturday night. It only serves to prove one thing— whenever you get to feeling that you are slightly indispensable in your job, just leave for a while and see how well things run without you. The reason for my absence was to attend a Feature Writing Workshop at Trinity University sponsored by the Texas State Women's Press Association. Although it was not the first time I had been to San Antonio, the trip provided several firsts tor me. It was the first time I had ever been in an airplane £a jet at that), the first time I had a taste of college life and the first time I had ever left my whole family and travel- ed any distance by myself. These things may seem trivial to some, but for me they were wonderful experienc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1960

(Trau) TRIBUNE ^fUfiAV, JULY 12, I960 SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL. Publishers E. L. POWELL. Editor tered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint .. 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. ■ GRASSROOTS ■Opinion WEST POINT, MISS., LEAD- ER: "It's a pleasure to comment on good news now and then, though the opportunities some- times seem far between. Today's glad tidings are that the Labor Department has turned thumbs down on the idea of setting up a new bureau to force employ- e£&«tq^£e old workers. "The reason is that employers are solving the problem volun- tarily at a faster clip than a new law might be expec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1960

* *' 4. "* < 7 WOMAN'S PAGE ^ DORIS SHARPLEY CIRCLE MEETS TUESDAY MORNING I The Doris Sharpley Circle of the First Baptist Church met in the home of Mrs. Travis Moore for Bible Study. As the members arrived they were served coffee and donuts. Mrs. V. A. Thompson brought the Bible study from I Cor. 13. The members discussed their views on "Christian Love." A short business session was held with Circle Chairman, Mrs. Pete Jones, presiding. A visitation was planned for Thursday, July 21 from 9:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. The meeting was opened and closed with prayer. Attending were Mmes. Buddy Gibson, Quinton Conyers, Davis Dennis, Preston Breeze, V. A. Thompson, Pete Jones and one guest, Miss Carol Moore, and the hostess. BIRTHDAY PARTY HONORS RODGER DUNN TUESDAY The regular play hour at the City Park on Tuesday afternoon was made nicer this week with punch and cookies which were served to about 24 boys and girls The occasion was in -celebra- tion of Rodger Dunn's 9th birth- day. Ever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1960

^ g>l>t J° (T"*>,) TEIBUV, — FRIDAY, JULY t2. 196* How to Beat W&MissK&m eat SMRgl" I'Ji. WJ " Vriv 'V '' > ffMfeff1 %3y r *V ;> ^..^v ■«< Wm _ Jits Sep: r. <> few tips1 tlmt Will hei'n1 vn,1,'vun7 blAl hat" lhc Uoat here are a tag fresh as a daisy: biee^e* through the hottest days feel- •nd'heat^'niakes' vou*fii?* T^'t^ clothi"£- It reflects sun-light •M und.rcS,X R«rrf,tour- iU°y "'"y «'*'* ear.... U SdP n/,m5' specially those are ton ?ott,on- Nylon an'l silk mer wear° y ■V°Ven f°r sum" hee^anH18; Stl'vP shoes' °Pen ■„tel®"d „toe shoes leave more of youx feet exposed and are Btvles'rf mafJt neW open mesh rh!n« ? air to circulate. Ss Thlv063- with mediUm neeis. They give your feet a t f i ? the*i feel cooler. rfnvi 1".eal* are best on hot Jinjtf, particularly salads. They «?v ^ "T^d the infinite var- Lou. jvinch they lend them- Quickies face cleansing padi come in a featherlight tin im- ported from England. These handy new pads are moistur- ized with...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1960

V I 1 Ice Cream Fleet To Notion'. DefenSl -■< * '. WmM ~2+.' •<-• :v . . >u o f ( THE CAVEttNS OF SENORA NOW OPEN FOR PUBLIC VIEWING ¥ Quickly converted to emergency units, ice cream trucks Vo through trial Civil Defense run at Trenton, N. J. One of the imintry's few girl drivers in business, May Lou Sellers, hands over radiation fallout detection equipment to Civil Defense Coordlna. lor William H. Falcey for loading into plane. The first contingent of a countrywide army of ice cream truck operators and their vehicles has been sworn in for civil defend and disaster control. The nationwide call to mobilize 1,400 drivers as civil defense volunteers along with their 1 aerense complete ice cream stores on wheels was sounded by Mister Softee, Inc., Runnemede, N. J.,. an originator and largest com- pany in the mobile soft ice cream business which in the past few years has grown to a many million dollar industry. Six men and a girl who pilot ihe rolling ice cream stands on both si...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1960

/ i - fc ■ / 7 " > >- _.y aint Bu siness Directory *!>• Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1960 KYLE WAGGONER STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS Wash - Grease - Service Diamond Tires - 6 month terms DIAL £539 NEWTON F. STOGNER Upholstering Shop AT RESIDENCE — H mile West on Baggess St. Fwm Rd. 677 S.W. Phone 2520 \ PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled "We Give S & H Green Stamps" ne 2332 Saint Jo Pictured above is A. S, Thompson, owner and barber of Thompson's Barber Shop with his customer, Dexter Dennis Berry Drilling Company Phone 2308 Saint Jo Mr. A. S. Thompson, who was 72 years old last week, has been barbering in Saint Jo for some 49 years. He came here on Christmas Eve 1911 from Okla- homa, where he began as a barber in 1909. His first job as a barber in Saint Jo was in the building now occupied by Walter Collier, where he worked for A. C. Ross. In 1916 he bought a frame building just next door, where Ware's Cleaners is now located, and started in business for him-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1960

.. ■I ' > i county court house hews from montague p ng Jo £ I i I I I WARRANTY DEEDS ® Neeld. William Franklin, et ux - R. L. Cowley, 29% acres of land out of Block No. 39, Hill County School Land Survey, Montague County, Texas. Roth, Albert, et ux - Charles A. Roth, All of lot No. 24 in Block No. 1 in Ingrams Addition to the city of Bowie, Texas. Sinclair, Clitis H„ et ux - Don R. Huffaker, et ux, Block No. 8, Hill County School Land Survey, Montague, Texas. Grimsley, R. H., et ux - T. L. Williams, et ux, 2 acres of land out of Block No. 3421, T.E.&L. Co. Survey, Abst. No. 815, Mon- tague County, Texas. CofTield, T. B. - Bobby Henley, A part of the Sylvanus Dunham Survey, Abst. No. 196, Bowie, Montague County, Texas. LATEST DIVIDEND AT THE RATE OF COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OPENED OH AMOUNTS RODtO BY /Otk Of MONTH EARN FROM Is-! | FIRST SAVINGS SLOAN i 310 MASON ST. BOWIE,TEX. Fenoglio, Anthony F.. et al - W. B. Freeman, Four tracts of land situated in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1960

/ t -ASS J >- 1 — FRIDAY. JULY 22, 1 M Dl ADS r*t®": 4c Pe<" word fli*t "UWrtian; 2o thereafter; mlni- .ttium S5c. Cub In advan«#; on ALL classified ads except (or business firms or individuals who Have regular accounts with Tribune. Cash is requested to bookkeeping and nuke theae low rates possible. Card of Thanks 50c in advance. / k * • For Sale FOR SALE: 5 room house, garage and out buildings on North Broad Street. Ph. 2410, L. O. Tucker. (29-tfc) FOR SALE: Woods. Lumber. B. B. (33-ltp-tfc) RELAX HEATRE NSTER, TEXAS For Sale FOR SALE: One used solid walnut 10 piece Dining Room Suite, $99.00 Tanner's Furniture Co., Gainesville. (34-2tc) FOR SALE: Feed trough, all metal contruction, with hay rack. Contact Bobby Jeter. (25>tfc) FOR SALE: Close-out on all evaporative coolers. Bargain , prices on all cooler supplies. White's Auto Store, Bowie, Texas. (33-3tc) • Wanted WANTED: Don't throw away your old furniture. We want to buy good used furniture by piece or by house-full. Ca...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1960

abody 1 Mrs W. E. W4 vs Bernice Baker sited Mrs. Way niily Wednesday J visited Mrs. ^ and Rii'ls of tu sday afternoon. Dora Cook yisi^ ^jrSi Powers of Sai()n sday afternoon. ja Cook spent part of cck visiting Mf. and Mrs. powers of Saint j0 Barney Wright and baby ehita Falls spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Mark rs. D. L. Bo wen went to ville Saturday to visit Mr. tlrs. I. J- Deriehsweiler, ■ and infant son for a jew and Mrs. Wayne Cook 3 Mr. and Mrs. R0y 5 OML ~IiWEA> € f you can't say something , don't say anything; if can't think of anything to , say something nice." Kingery of Gainesville Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L. C. Landers and boys of Fort Worth visited Mr. and Mrs. Mark Landers Monday. Mrs. Wayne Thompson and Peggy Sue Links left for Rochester. Minn., Monday. Mrs. J. C. Lander and children of Fort Worth visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cook and family and Mrs. Dora Cook Monday. Mrs. Cook returned home with them. Zelda Carlton spent Monday night with Freida Cook. Leon Young was i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 July 1960

/ The Saint J (Tnu) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JUNE U, \H CLASSIFIED ADS Classified rates: 4c per word first insertion; 2c thereafter; mini- mam 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 Sole FOR SALE: Lawn chairs at close-out bargain prices. Saint Jo Trading Post. (30-ltc) FOR SALE or TRADE: 1951 Chevrolet. 4-door Sedan. Radio and heater, runs good. At Skating Rink. (29-tfc) FOR SAUi: Holler 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: Linoleum— all kinds at close-out prices. Saint Jo Trading Post. (30-ltc) FOR SALE: 526 acres of land 4% miles S.W. of Saint Jo, on Clear Creek 100 acres in bottom the rest in prairie hills and timber, goo...

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

& * • " — ' " « Editor's Notes \ , T^e ®ttention of all freedom SiLt «P*°ple of these United . **.. ,ocused now and will until November on the prob- em, privilege, and responsibil- y of choosing the right man to ead our country for the next iour years. At this critical time in the isotry of our nation, when communism is threatening, if it hasn't already conquered, liter- ally every government and free People in the world, the need of having a president who is cap- able of handling this situation is not only necessary but tasperltlve. The decision of whom to vote tor in the coming November election will be a hard one to make for some. But the time has now come to consider the ij an with the best presidential qualifications and nothing else. We cannot let our personal feelings detract us from the real Jwues at stake. We must have a government who will not just cater to the "big boys", but who will be concerned with the problems of all. We need a government who will not be afraid t...

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

The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JULY 29, 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, 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. FARM BRIEFS County Agricultural Agent By Wylle Roberts ARTICLE APPEARING IN EDITORIAL COLUMN OF THE TULIA HERALD NOTE: We clipped the follow- ing article from The Tulia Herald. Below the letter to the editor is an Editor's Note by H. M. Baggarly, editor and publisher of the paper. We thought some of you might be interested in reading them. DEAR EDITOR: They say that politics makes strange bedfellows and at ...

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

"I MAN'S PAGE ? JRY REUNION HELD JY IN NOCONA Embry's children and families gathered at the a Club House for a re- Sunday, July 24. was the first reunion in years and some of the had not seen each other veral years. cnic lunch was spread at and all seemed to enjoy ay. Those attending the >n were: and Mrs. W. C. Embry, d Mrs. J. H. Embry, Mr. •s. Wright Embry, Mr. and C. Embry, Jr., Dick and r. and Mrs. L. W. Embry, 1 Mrs. Claude Cook, Mr. s. Pete Cook and Doyle, i'laudia Embry, Mr. and ;nton Poynor and Ricky saint Jo; Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Gaston, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peter and Jam of Davidson. Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Emrby of Clayton, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Theo Embry, Elaine and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Austin of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Embry and Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lock and James, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Embry, Jr., and Bill of Marietta, Oklahoma; Essie Agee of Forestburg; Roy- ean Blankenship of Wichita Falls; Mrs. Oretta Embry of Denton; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Precise, Mar...

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

■ The Saint Jo (Tcxu) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1960 BONITA H. D. CLUB HOLDS FLOWER ARRANGEMENT SHOW THURSDAY. JULY 21 On July 21st Bonita Home Demonstration Club members met in the Community Center for their regular "all-day" monthly meeting. At this time they also held their annual Flower Arrangement Show. The Show this year had been desig- nated as an "Old Maid" Show as the arrangements were to be made of Zinnias. Through the morning sessions. Mrs. Leta Fletcher, chairman of the foods committee, gave a demonstration on how to prepare and serve some tasty casserole dishes. These viands were served with other co v e r e d dishes brought by members during the dinner hour. The afternoon meeting was opened by singing "Blest Be The Tie" lead by Mrs. Huse Admire. Mrs. Lee Miller brought the devotional by reading the 100th Psalm and Mrs. Bruce Porter offered prayer. Fifteen members responded to roll call with describing "A fall bouquet I have seen." • The program on "Grow Aut- umn Arran...

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

f total!**! ,«•. — 1 I 'WL X OF THANKS We would like to thank every- one who wu so nice during Patay'i illness We appreciate so Jffiry much the many cards and aer expressions of kindness. The E. M. Huddleston's Professionals YOUR DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION WILL BE SAFELY FILLED WATTS BROS. OsJnesville, Texas |p. H. O. Kinne Optometrist Gainesville, Texas Dr. W. L. Spivy Optometrist NOCONA, TEXAS POLIO REPORT POR STATE At the end of June—July 2— there were only 19 cases of paralytic polio in Texas com- pared to 92 cases during the same period last year, State Health Department figures show. Only two cases were register- ed in the week ending July 2. The five year median for the corresponding week has been 19 cases of paralytic polio. Nonparalytic polio also shows a significant drop with a total of 14 cases compared to 39 cases last year at this time. Despite the encouraging figure, polio continues to strike hard and too often—most often at children below four years of age| The series of t...

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

*F\ Saint Jo Business Directory The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — KKIIIAY, JULY 29. I960 KYLE WAGGONER STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS Wash - Grease - Service Diamond Tires - 6 month terms DIAL £539 SAINT JO TRIBUNE "QUALITY JOB PRINTING" Phone 2420 Saint Jo PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled "We Give S & H Green Stamps" Phone 2332 Saint Jo REAL ESTATE OFFICE (In Skating Rink Bldg.) List your property with us. "Anything in Real Estate" Cecil B. Smith Realtor EVELYN'S BEAUTY SHOP Specializing in Hair Cutttal and Styling EVELYN NEWLAND. • Owner and Operator Ph. 2281 Saint h H. L. BO WEN AUTO and FIRE INSURANCE Route 1 Ph. 8-9804 } WARE Dry Clean® expert cleaning AND PRESSING Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ware Ph. 2454 Saint Jo Pictured above is Hcrschel Boyd, manager of Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Co. Berry Drilling Company Phone 2308 Saint Jo Hcrschel Boyd began work- ing for Foxworth - Galbraith Lumber Co. in 1939 in the same location in which it now stands. Just last year they repaired and remodeled...

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