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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1960

) 1 r n , V Editor's Notes I ) i The Tribune had two gentle- men visitors Tuesday, Will Mc- Dowell of Chicago and Jim McDowell of Wichita Falls. Mr. Will McDowell, a retired businessman, spent many of his early years in the Bulcher com- munity. He came all the way from Chicago just to be present for the annual reunion this year. "Of course," he added, "I've also been visiting my brother, Jim." He said his grandchildren were very intereseted in the history of Saint Jo and he spent most of Tuesday taking pictures of people and places here, to take back and show them. He grad- uated from high school at Bulcher with the class of 1902, and brought with him a picture of that group. Many of his class- mates were also at the home- coming and Mr. McDowell took a picture of those present. He said as soon as he heard about the homecoming, he immediate- ly telephoned for reservations on the earliest jet plane and flew to Wichita Falls where he was met by his brother. They drove down to Saint Jo...

Publication Title: Saint Jo Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1960

The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 1960 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. GRASSROOTS OPINION HILLSBORO. ORE., ARGUS: "Too many throughout the world —and too many of our own peo- ple—think the joy ride of the free-wheeling U.S. economy is a gift from Uncle Sam. "Let's face reality. Every U.S. taxpayer is Uncle Sam—his beneficence is out of our pockets. Uncle's wealth comes only from the toils of our labor. Let's tell that story to other peoples, let's preach it to ourselves. Whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1960

V WOMAN'S PAGE ILLINOIS BEND FRIENDSHIP CEMETERY WORKING MEETS AUGUST 31 Mrs. Adrian Parker, president, presided at the meeting of the Illinois Bend Friendship Club, Wednesday of last week at the community building. Ten members answered roll call with "My Pet-Peeve." Hand sewing of clothing, sew- ing discussion, and more discus- sion of the barbecue was the program for the afternoon. The Dye Mound Cemetery working will be held Sept. 16. Everyone is'invited and come early. Mr. and Mrs. Tom White re- turned Saturday from an 18 day vacation trip. They visited and toured 15 states and spent 2 days in Canada. They report a very interesting and enjoyable time. Fall Costume Jewelery NEW STYLES and DESIGNS in beautiful autumn colors to add that something special to your new fall wardrobe. Dress up your school sweaters with a lovely neckpiece and turn them into party clothes. *7^0 GltGSun Stay When fall arrives, a hearty Apple Apricot Pie is the perfect answer to cool weather appetites. Full...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1960

> ■V.l I ^ • u. • 1 • m m v f Saint J usiness irectory The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 1068 KYLE WAGGONER STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS Wash - Grease - Service Diamond Tires • (i month terms DIAL 2539 LEE'S GRILL SAINT JO, TEXAS LUNCHES, GOOD COFFEE STEAKS, SHORT ORDERS DELICIOUS HOMEMADE PIES Club Room fur your convenience PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled "We Give S & H Green Stamps" Phone 2332 Saint Jo Mrs. Evelyn Newland, owner and operator of Evelyn's Beauty Shop, combing Mrs. Alma Daggs' hair while Mrs. Leeton Phillips waits for her appointment. Berry Drilling Company Phone 2308 Saint Jo Mrs. Evelyn Newland pur- chased the beauty shop in which she now operates from Mary Chancelor some four years ago. She has been in the same location since that time. Mrs. Newland previously worked in shops in Fort Worth and Nocona, being a beauty operator since 1948. She offers lovely results from her Realistic or Helene Curtis permanents and sets and styles hair to beautif...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1960

* V / i DECADE OF DECISION THEME FOR I State Fair's Fabulous 'Diamond Lagoon'. CONVENTION OF CHRISTIAN CHURCHES The "Pecade of Decision" will rje the theme of the long range rogram of the District 18 Christian Churches when they hold thier Fall Convention in Stephenville on Sunday after- noon, September 11th, Renne Allred, Jr., President of the District, announced. SE!DIIT£ \ I MM HOUSS P ^ ■ K51* SALES Paint Later if You Like but BUY NOW and SAVE at these SPECIAL SALE PRICES EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT $JB49 gallon ALL COLORS AND WH,T* A $7.15 Value ALL NEW... SEIOLITZ acRisann. LATEX HOUSE PAINT COLORS ^ AND i# gallon WH,TE A $7.15 Value QUICK a DRYING $1 40 GLOSS A ENAMEL BLACK A A SCREEN 9U^ quart ENAMEL othe# products sale priced 1pr a limited time only at FOXWORH GALBRAITH Lumber Company Saint Jo, Texas Representatives of the church- es in the district will meet at Stephenville's First Christian Church from 3:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with the Rev. Grady Guyton, minister of the Stephen- v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1960

\ 1 t The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, I960 lerj yourtcli - learn ihc true nature and lactici of coniniunitm. nke civic program* fur tocial improvement your buiineu. k era so your right to vote; elect repreaentatives of integrity. AND PRESERVE Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal etpect human dignity--communism and individual rights cannot coexint. nf'orm yourself; know your country- its history, traditions, and heritage. ombM public apathy toward communism indifference can be fatal when national survival is at stake. Uack bigotry and prejudice wherever they appear; justice for all is the bulwark of democracy. J. Edgar Hoover MM MMUD O* WVNtlMnOH PATRIOTISM IS, EVERYBODY'S JOB! . ■ X C. D. SH AMBURGER LBR. CO.. INC. "Everything to Build Anything" Drilling Mud and Chemicals MUENSTER, TEXAS PHONE 32 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Henley and son, T. C. Henley went to Denison Tuesday in response to a message that Mrs. Henley's only sister,' Mrs. Nellie Noel had suffered a heart attack....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1960

'I V J From THE PANTHERS' DEN HORACE TEEL, Sponsor Published in THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE,— FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1960 PAT HARRIS, Editor AND AWAY WE GO Well, here we are again, but what can we say to start things moving? If we begin by welcom- ing the new teachers, someone might get the impression that we are glad that the others are not here anymore. On the other hand, if we publicly mourn the loss of our former teachers, the ne*' faculty members could in- fer that they are not welcome. To avoid any such misunder- standing, then, we shall confine our opening remarks to the non- partisan statement, "Hello." Mrs. Horace Teel, English teacher at Saint Jo High this year, has agreed to act as spon- sor for this column. Some of the reporting positions are still vacant but will be filled as soon as possible. Having a school news section in the local newspaper is a great privilege for the youth of Saint Jo. We are grateful to Mr. Powell for giving us this pivil- ege, but merely saying "Thank yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 9 September 1960

} h, ,V t ' I ]> ■ i ll \ " / v • ( \% . ' The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 1960 fi i 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: Clarinet, wood La Chappell. Excellent condition. $50.00. Phone 8-9073. (40-2tp> GOVERNMENT SURPLUS SALES Now anyone can buy DIRECT from U. S. GOVERNMENT SURPLUS DEPOTS, by mail for yourself or for resale. Cameras, binoculars, cars, jeeps, trucks, boats, hardware, office machines and equip- ment. tents, tools and tens- of-thousands of other items at a fraction of their original cost. Many items brand new. For list of hundreds of U. S. Government Surplus Depots, located in every State and overseas with pamphlet "How Government Can Ship Direct To You," plus proce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1960

mwwwwk...,,, Editor's Notes f t> / Both political parties have adopted planks endorsing fed- eral aid to education. Of course, they differ in some details But basically, as far as principle is concerded, they pretty much resemble each other. We might ask ouselves — or our parties, "Do we really need government aid in most of our schools?" Are our schools in so bad a fix that the only solution is federal aid, federal money, and growing federal control? Some facts we received re- cently, which wtre produced by the Citizens Public Expenditures Survey, might help us reach an answer to these disturbing questions. First, is there a classroom shortage? Hardly — since the end of World War II we have built, without federal handouts, 680,000 classrooms — more than half of all in use. Is there a teacher shortage? Maybe, but it's hard to pin down. There are 47.6 percent more teachers now than in the 1MQ-50 period. Of course, the number of pupils has increased too, but to a lesser degree— 44....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1960

The Saint Jo (Tens) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, SEPT. 16, 19M 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, 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. GRASSROOTS ■OPINION CARLSBAD. N. M.. CUR- RENT - ARGUS: ". . . more of our citizens are receiving more education, staying in school longer, housed in better build- ings and under guidance of better-trained teachers, than those of any nation in the world. "We do not mean to imply that America has reached the ulti- mate in education, or that our program cannot be improved from its present state. However, It ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1960

J • n-.-t MMMI "T* n'-.rtviii-': j.... 4?' '. WOMAN'S PAGE MRS. JOHNSON AUTHOR A PRAYER RETREAT Mrs. Samuel A. Johnson, who resides in Gainesville and whose husband, Rev. S. A. Johnson, is a retired Presbyterian minister, is author of a Prayer Retreat which is being used by the Women's Synodical Society over the state of Texas. "The Trinity—God the Fahter, God the Son, God the Holy Ghost" is the title given to the worship service which this week was used by "Woman's Associ- ation of the First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville to open their fall meeting program." This article is taken in part, from a recent write-up, together with a picture of Mrs. Johnson in The Gainesville Register. In the foreward of the ser- vice, Mrs. Johnson states, "The purpose of a retreat is to purify oneself, to regain a sense of direction and communion with God and to return to everyday life strengthened for its duties— The object is to listen to what God has to say to us." Mrs. Johnson adds, "If this ser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1960

i^Km The Saint Jo (Texu)' TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, 196« let'A Gofiikttt I was sitting in the boat the other day when a barefoot kid came wandering along with a can of worms and a hickory pole rigged with a bent pin and a length of binder twine. "Gonna catch 'em?" I asked. "Sure am, Mister." And, he threaded a worm on his pin and chunked it In the water beside me. I'll admit that I was surprised to see a television-age young- ster using a bent pin to fish ■with, but my curiosity wasn't sufficient to keep my lure out of the water. So, I gave my Merc a little pull and headed upstream to one of my favorite Jishin' holes. Two hours later I headed lack down the river with a mess of nice bass on the stringer. And, because the kid was still hunkered on the bank, I eased over to say howdy. "Do any good?" "Nope," he said. "How about you?" When I hefted the stringer out of the water he said, "I'll be darned." Then he took a long look at his pole and bent pin, and threw the whole thing in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1960

e ./ tta Spenser Hews By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal Guests of Mrs. W. B. Tinnin 'hile here to attend funeral ** for her nephew, Loyd ___ ley, held in Saint Jo last M-uesday were her sons, Henry Browning of Tucumcari, New Mexico, and Harrell Browning of Vega; her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Whaley and family of Duncan; her nephews, Dean Whaley of Vega and Carl Den- nis of Duncan; and Mrs. Darlene Whaley and three children and her parents, all of rarnsworth. Mrs. Arch Durham went to Quanah Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. Eula Slaton. She will be joined there by her other sisters, Mrs. Robert Brash- 71 Rodeo Bargains BOYS' WESTERN SHIRTS sizes 2 to 16 VALUES TO $3.95 - NQW*1" Bill's Clothier's BILL PRIBBLE Nocona, Texas ear Ok and Mrs. f*red Mesch of lahoma City. P.F.C. Fred Hilton,-Jr., of Fort Sill, Okla., spent Saturday night with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hilton and family. They returned him to his base Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Helney re- turned home Wednesday from a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1960

r • S Saint Jo Business Directory The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, SEPT. 16, 1960 0 • / KYLE WAGGONER STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS Wash - Grease - Service Diamond Tires - 6 month terms DIAL 2539 LEE'S GRILL SAINT JO, TEXAS LUNCHES, GOOD COFFEE STEAKS, SHORT ORDERS DELICIOUS HOMEMADE PIES Club Room for your convenience PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled "We Give S&H Green Stamps" Phone 2332 Saint Jo * O. K. and Burl Williams, owners and operators of Williams Drilling Company. Berry Drilling Company Phone 2308 Saint Jo Burl and O. K. Williams formed a partnership called Williams Drilling Company in 1938 at Saint Jo. They moved into their present modern offices in 1952. They both started very young in. the oil business, as rough necks on drilling rigs. As drill- ing contractors and oil well producers, they now own and operate two drilling rigs. They presently have one in operation in Grayson County. Both Burl and O. K. are ac- tive in community and civic affairs. O. K. is a memb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1960

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HORACE TEEL, Sponsor Published in THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, — FRIDAY, SEPT. 16, 1960 PAT HARRIS, Editor . . . AND ANTHER UN BITES THE DUST Saturday night, September 10, Saint Jo's Panthers walloped the Gainesville "B" Cubs 49-22. It was the Panthers' first home game, and the team evidently Intended to start things off wtih • bang. •The fireworks began midway of the first quarter. A series of end runs and power punches carried the Saint Jo unit to Obinesville's one-foot line, from which point full-back Sammy Berry stepped across for six points. Halfback Corky Crab- tree fl licked the ball between the posts for an additional point, and the scramble was under way. In the waning seconds of the quarter, the Cubs drove to Saint Jo's eight-yard line; there the local troopers stiffened and held, taking over on downs. Ap- parently turn about is fair play, Seidutz. HOUSE PAINT SALE! Paint Later if You Like but BUY NOW and SAVE at these SPECIAL SALE PRICES EXTERIOR HOUS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 16 September 1960

Thd Saint Jo (Ttm) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, SEPT. 16, I960 PJlfllCK 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: Two 2-year Here- ford Bulls. Jack Howell. (42-tfc) FOR SALE: Brand new portable Smith Corona Galaxic type- writer. Many new features List price $149.00 — now only $129.95 at Saint Jo Tribune. SINGER SEWING MACHINE Sales and Service, call 2452, Jackson's Grocery. Represent- ative here on Wednesdays. (39-tfc) END oi summer SALE • For Sole FOR SALE: Western Wear for the entire family at Hagler's Western Wear, Bowie. (39-4tc) FOR SALE: John Deere Tractor, model B; one row corn picker. Lee Busby. (40-tfc) OF FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONERS AT HINDS CLARK NOCONA, TEXAS GOVERNMENT SURPLUS SALES Now anyone can buy DIRECT f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1960

/ j BULLETIN Word was received that FIRE npletely destroyed the house all household foods of Mr. Mrs. L. M. Harvill, Thursday ernoon. | The property belongs to Scotts was leased to F. C. Galmor. personal belongings and ture of the Harvllls was editor's Notes i® Saint Jo Bowling League, ich was organized last week, get into full swing next k. The six teams are now pletee consisting of Mmes. Mssrs. Pete Jones and Gene Ids; D. C. Berry, Jr. and Gleason; Robert Jeter and . Powell; Charles Crabtree Cooper Price; Chell Jack- and Roy Lawler; Jerald Don and Moore Price — Velma r. • • * i have no access to official er records in Saint Jo. but believe we wouldn't be too off if we stated that some of record must have been this month of September, far this month, we have days when the low temper- e was down to the middle (which you must admit is ;ety chilly for September.) we have had days when high was as scorching as in The Saint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Cooke and Montague Counties In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1960

The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, SEPT. 23, 1960 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, KL 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. B GRASSROOTS OPINION TERRE HAUTE, IND.. TRI- BUNE: 'Slowly, subtly but sure- ly there is in this country a growing appreciation of things Italian . . . Pizza has become almost as much an American staple as the hot dog. Coffee espresso, a favorite of the beat- niks, is also an attraction at the end of middle class dinner parties. Italian pottery, automo- biles, furniture, shoes, movies, and translated novel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1960

5! MAN'S PAGE HOLLARS REUNION HELD IN JIM HENRY HOME SEPT. 18 The following children and grandchildren of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hollars met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim L. Henry on Sunday Sept. 18, I960, for a family celebration: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hollars and Bill Hollars, Plain view; Wilson Hollars, Lubbock; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hollars and daughter, Dianna May, Shal- lowater; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur DeSha, Jr., and children, Jimmy and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Jack White and daughter, Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Hollars and children, Micky, Brenda and Pattie, all from Vernon; Mrs. Charlie West and son, Jerry Don, Frederick, Okla.; Mrs. Druecilla Stout, Dallas, Tex.; Mrs. Bob Thorman and son, Jet, Levelland; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. (Hollars, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Holcomb and sons, Steve, Robin and Bill, Nocona; Mrs. Leonard Ice, Saint Jo; the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Jim L. Henry. Tentative plans were made for a yearly get-to-gether, on a big- ger scale at the community building. Other g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 September 1960

! The Saint Jo (Texmc) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, SEPT. £3, 1960 INDIVIDAUL TREE TREATMENT FOR BRUSH CONTROL The individual tree trreatment menthod is a most effective method of brush control accord- ing to County Agent Wylie Roberts. Pastures can be grazed •with livestock when brush plants are treated by the individual tree treatment methods. The folage will not have herbicides applied to it as when the broad- cast method is used. The spray nozzle can be directed in a way that little if any herbicide solu- tion gets on the grass. If it does, livestock generally will not graze the grasses that has diesel oil and herbicide solution on it. The cost of controlling brush plants with these methods range from 1 to 5 cents per tree, Roberts said. Also the materials for applying the herbicides are simple and inexpensive. All that is needed is a knapsack sprayed with a 6504 to 06 size nozzle, hand axe, 2,4,5-T volitale ester and diesel oil. The cut surface methods in- cluding frill, notch and stump c...

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