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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 February 1961

Editor's Notes u "Let It Snow, Let It Snow. Let It Snow." That is the title of one of our popular winter-time songs, and it really rang true this week when we had the heaviest snowfall of the season and we suspect the heaviest in many years. We had a fairly mild winter until now, but just leave it to February and that pesky Ground Hog to bring in the real winter weather. Johnie Tucker reported the government rain guage on his property showed that Saint Jo received 1 inch of moisture of rain early this week. Acording to the Encyclopedia Britannica, it takes 10 inches of snow to measure 1 inch of moisture. So, unofficially, at least, Saint Jo had The Saint Jo Tribune Serving Wiat Area of Cooke and Montague Counties In Northwe t lexas Established In 1898 VOLUME 63 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1961 NUMBER 11 Saint Jo Man Is Director for 3-Year Term for Texas Hereford Assoc. At the annual banquet and membership meeting of the Texas Hereford Association held in F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 February 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE-Friday, February 10, 1961 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE K. 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 chasacter, 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 FRANKLIN, IND., REPUBLI- CAN: "Americans have a tradi- tion of hard, efficient work, of bold, imaginative experiment, of cheerful, hopeful assaut on all their problems. They are be- lievers in meaningful liberty, in the freedom of men to rise to their best levels of achievement and well being. "Men in this country who at least try to live according to these tenets can proudly wear the labe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 February 1961

CITATION IN PARTITION AND DISTRIBUTION THE STATE OF TEXAS. TO ANY SHERIFF OR CON- STABLE WITHIN THE STATE OF TEXAS — GREETING: Whereas, on the 6th day of January 1961, J. H. Embry the administrator of the estate of L, R (Lee) Stevenson, deceased fiied in the County Court of Montague County, Texas an ap- plication for the partition and distribution of said estate, and alleging that George Stevenson. Sarah Stevenson Holland whose husband is Jim Holland. Dr. Fletcher Stevenson, Armanda Stevenson. Albert Stevenson, Thomas Stevenson, Eliza Steven- son Andrews whose husband is Wm. TTiomas Andrews and John Duncan Stevenson, and all of the unknown heirs, legatees, successors and assigns ox the above named persons. Belle Cable a feme sole. Cora Bryant a feme sole. Charles R. McGrady. Shirley Downey, Jewel Downey, Delmar Boland, Roy Boland, Buster Boland, Sybil Boland Wolfington and husband Walter Wolfington. Jess McGrady, Wal- ter McGrady, C. H. McGrady. Myrtle McGrady Davison and husband Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 February 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE-Friday, February 10, 1961 It , I mmmmmms IfcJjJ New Classified Rates, effective October 1, I960 X Insertion 4c per word 2 Insertions 7c per word 4 Insertions 10c per word Minimum -'50c Standing Classifieds per word 2c for each Insertion. Minimum on Standing Classifieds - 50c. Cash in advance on ALL classi- fied ads except for business Arms or individuals who have regular accounts with Tribune. Cash is requested to save book- keeping and make these low rates possible. Display Classifieds (per column inch) - 70c. Card of Thanks - 75c. • For Sale • For Sale FOR SALE: Complete bath- room fixtures with fittings. 1951 GMC Pickup. Call C. M. Suits, 2210, Saint Jo. (52-tfc) FOR SALE: May tag Sales and Service, Hinds Clark, Nocona. (35-tfc) Attention Ranchers and Farmers! See us for all your tire and battery needs. Dur- ing our lc Sale - one case of Havolinc Oil for only a penny with the pur- chase of any set of tires. MOW, 3-year battery for only $10.88 exchange wit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 February 1961

Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal rs. Floyd Mitchell returned home Tuesday from a visit with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hacker and family at Muenster. Donald Hacker accompanied his grandmother home remaining until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Brogdon attended the bedside of his grandfather, Eli Steadham in Saint Jo last week and attended Mr. Steadham's funeral rites at Forestburg Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Terry visited her husband in Veterans Hospital at McKinney Saturday. Mr .and Mrs. Kin Henley of Gainesville spent Thursday to Saturday with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Henley. Visiting in the Henley home Wednesday was another brother, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Henley of Saint Jo. Buster and Edna Roach were in Wichita Falls Tuesday, Wed- nesday and Friday of last week, and Monday. Edna received treatment from an eye specialist there. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Durham, Linda and Janice spent the weekend with her sister, the R. B. Munson family at Hughes Springs. Mrs. Adrian Parker...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 February 1961

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HORACE TEEL. Sponsor Published in THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE,— FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1961 PAT HARRIS, Editor REPORTING STAFF Senior Class Betty Jo Hutson Junior Class, Girls' Sports Judy Thweatt Sophomore Class Lynnette Martin Freshman Class Karen Martin, John Huchtons Eighth Grade Billy Carver Seventh Grade Mike Martin FHA Harriet Schmitt . FFA Eddie Grotte Band Myrna Maxwell SNAP OUT? Tuesday night, January 24, the Pantherettes knelt before the onslaught of the Callisburg six, 60-39. The Cooke County girls led 20-2 at the end of the first quarter, 26-14 at the half, and 46-27 between session of the sec- ond half. Barbara Van Zandt scored 19 points to lead the Pantherette offense. Carolyn McMahan raised the total 12 points, and Maxine Ice added 8 more. A week later, the local maid- ens triumphed over the Lindsay team, 43-37. Maxine Ice was high point lady, with 15 points. Car- olyn McMahan scored 11; Linda Henderson, 8; Barbara Van Zandt, 5; and Jo Ella Prather...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1961

K,' #v Editor's Motes The Optimist Club in Saint Jo i now in the midst of a mem- bership drive. No doubt most of you men have been contacted by one or more members, asking you to Join their club. So far. those of you who are yet un- decided about becoming a mem- ber, we would like to point out a few things which may help you make up your mind. As most everybody knows, the motto of the Optimists is "Friend of The Boy," which they indeed are. The most recent effort put forth for the benefit of our boys here was the con- struction of a Little League ball field. But, here in Saint Jo, the Optimist Club represents much more than just a friend of boys. In a small town such as ours, we cannot have a Chamber of Commerce to promote our town and work on town projects. And although many say that we don't need any club to do this, many times, in fact most times, it takes more than an individual working by himself to accomp- lish anything. To really bring about success in any field of endeavor, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE-Friday, February 17, 1961 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE H. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter. 1898. at the Poat 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. NEWSLETTER FROM SENATOR RALPH W. YARBOROUGH Dear Fellow Texans: | Over the past ten years, des- pite our state's over-all popula- tion growth, 144 of our 254 Texas counties have lost population. Many of the counties which lost population are ones where fam- ily farm income has been low and unemployment heavy. The last official count showed that we had 30 counties in Texas where the average net cash farm inco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1961

! I | , I I REBA STAN FIELD * Home Demonstration News Do you have a safe place in which to keep deadly insecti- cides, medicines and detergents? Mrs. Ray Fenoglio, Route 2, Nocona, keeps even her deter- gents in an upper shelf above the sink and away from the reach of small children. The Texas State Department of Health reports that 75 percent of deaths caused by accidental poisonings involved children 3 years of age and under. The Department states that mothers choose the easy way out and put the knicknack out of reach. The pity is. that mother doesn't do the same with deadly knick- nacks, especially those that look like a snack. Too often, insecti- cides. detergents, and other sup- plies not good to eat are kept in the handiest place for mother —under the kitchen sink. No one needs to be told that all medicines and drugs should be placed out of reach of young- sters. However, it is easy to for- get that common aspirin is a medicine. Last year in Texas deaths due to accidental pois...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE-Friday, February 17, 1961 NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE County Court WARRANTY DEEDS Green, Robert S„ et ux - Octa- via Bishop, et al, 152 2/3 acres, a part of the J. J. Hennis Survey. Griffin. G. L„ et ux - Lum W. Roland, Surface rights on 80 acres of land, more or less, being the N.W. Vt of Block No. 88 of the Hill County School Land Survey. Abst. No. 319. Thomas, Ada - M. A. Thomas, et ux, Part of Lot No. 1 and Block No. 16 of the B. S. Wathan North Addition to the town of Nocona. Admire, W. E., et ux - Willie Curnuttee. et ux, East 90 feet of Lot No. 6 in Block No. 112 of the original townsite of Nocona. Robertson, John Lewis - Eu- genia Ruth Robertson, Tract of land in Montague County, a part of the land patented to Panola County as School Land and lin- ing in the counties of Wise and Montague, being Survey No. 67. Masters. C. B., et ux - G. M. Rucker, All of Lots 9 and 10 in Block No. 3 of the Lamb and Hulme Addition to the city of Bowie. Oliver...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1961

Spencer News By Mrs. Erneit O'Neal Carolyn Henley was admitted to a Gainesville Hospital Sun- day for diagnosis and treatment. She was accompanied my her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Henley. Mrs. Henley remained with her daughter. Carolyn was dismissed from the hospital on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dodgin of Ama-illo were guests last week of her mother, Mrs. W. B. Tin- nin, and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Ivins. Mrs. H. J. Terry went to Mc- Kinney Friday and returned her husband home from Veterans Hospital where he had under- gone treatment for several weeks. Mrs. Archie Lawler of Gaines- ville and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pickering and girls of Fort Worth spent Saturday with Mrs. Lawler's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hyman. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Parker were business visitors in Pa- ducah. Guthrie and Seymour, Thursday. Guests in the Floyd Mitchell home Sunday were their chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Daile Mit- chell and Diafletta of Saint Jo, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1961

I *-• From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HORACE TEEL, Sponsor Published In THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, — FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1961 PAT HARRIS, Editor REPORTING STAFF Senior Class Betty Jo Hutson Junior Class, Girls' Sports Judy Thweatt Sophomore Class Lynnette Martin Freshman Class Karen Martin, John Huchtons Eighth Grade Billy Carver Seventh Grade Mike Martia FHA Harriet Schmitt FFA Eddie Grotte Band Myrna Maxwell THERE OUGHTA BE A POEM! Friday night, February 3, the Saint Jo lasses oozed past Val- ley View's fern squad. 32-31. Jo Ella Prather scored 14 points for the Pantherettes; Carolyn McMahan, 13; and Linda Henderson. 5. Scoring quarters: Saint Jo 7 11 6 8 Valley View 11 8 5 7 Hopes mounted for a second place rating in district stand- ings. but these dreams were shattered February 10, when the Pantherettes tangled with Muen- ster's girls in the season finale. The Saint Jo six led 13-4 after eight minutes of play; at the half they still held a comfortable 18-10 advantage, but when the third...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1961

NOTICE OF THE 8ALE OF PUBLIC LAND I, Marvin F. London, Special Commissioner, acting for and on behalf of the Commissioners Court and Montague County, Texas, do hereby give public notice that I will sell the fol- lowing described land now owned by Montague County, Texas, to the highest bidder at a public auction to be held at the West court house door at the court house in Montague, Texas, at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, Feb- ruary 23, 1961, and said land being described as follows: Being situated in the City of Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, and being Lots Nos. One (1) and the East One-half (%) of Lot No. 2, Block No. Twenty- eight (28), Original Townsite of the City of Saint Jo, Texas. (Signed) Marvin F. London, Special Commissioner Published in the Saint Jo Tribune February 3, 10, 17. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE. No. 13916 IN THE DISTRICT COURT of MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS. MABEL COFFMAN vs. RUBY VANDEVENTER. Individually, and as Guardian of Don Coff- man. Meba Coffman, and Ed Coffman...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 February 1961

'. .. Editor's Notes *• "7 - — * A few weeks ago we wrote about the three proposed taxes, of which one must be adopted in order to relieve the serious financial difficulty facing Texas at the present time. The citizens of Texas will have an opportun- ity on April 4 to vote for the tax of their choice. At our last writing on the subject, we were more in favor of the income tax over payroll tax and sales tax. However, since that time we have been reading and studying about all of the proposed taxes and have just about changed our minds. leral ilUp >*>e The proposal for a gener sales tax is somewhat modii as to what it started out to Rather than putting a tax on every itcVn purchased by the consumer, such things as food, medicine and some other items that are already under selective sales tax, will be exemptd. % These exceptions are what has changed our attitude toward this tax considerably. Also, the sales tax is believed to be the best method of bringing in enough revenue, on a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 February 1961

J \ From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HORACE TEEL, Sponsor Published in THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, — FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1961 PAT HARRIS. Editor REPORTING STAFF Senior Class Betty Jo Hutson Junior Class, Girls' Sports Judy Thweatt Sophomore Class Lynnette Martin Freshman Class Karen Martin, John Huchtons Eighth Grade Billy Carver Seventh Grade Mike Martin FHA Harriet Schmitt FFA Eddie Grotte Band Myrna Maxwell CAGE SEASON REVIEWED During the 1960-61 season, Saint Jo's Pantherettes won five ol eighteen games. Two of the losses were by one-point mar- gins, and another defeat was by only four points. The local girls scored a total of 567 points, averaging 32 points per game; rival teams sank 777 points dur- ing the season, for an average of 43 tallies per game. Jo Ella Prather led the Panth- erettes in scoring, with Barbara VanZandt running a clase second. Jo Ella was also the leading scorer by individual games, be- ing high point lady in ten of the eighteen contests. Barbara held the honors in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 February 1961

) PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Mitchell visited their daughter, Mrs. W. W. Gibson and daughter, Jeri in Tort Worth last week Mr. Gib- son is still a patient in a Dallas hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tippie and children Vickie, Brent and Chris spent last weekend visiting their parents, Mr .and Mrs. Frank Langford in Blair, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Purl Tippie in Dodson. Guests during the weekend of Mrs. H. C. Gill were her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ice of Campbell and their son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hilder- brand and children, Don and Suzanne of Commerce. The Hilderbrand family also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hildebrand. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Langford were her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dhane of Electra. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howell of Dallas were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ellis of Iowa Park visited the Howells and other friends here Sunday Mr. and M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 February 1961

V / / • t' SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE-Friday, February 24, 1961 • For Sale FOR SALE: Maytag Sales and Service, Hinds Clark, Nocona. (35-tfc) FOR SALE: Take-up payments on Singer Slant Needle Auto- matic. Call Mr. Luster, HO 5-5032 or write Box 717, Gainesville. (10-4tc) PLACE YOUR ORDERS Now for 1961-62 Texas Almanac, available after Jan. 20. Cloth bound - $2.00. Paper bound - $1.65. Contact Shomake, Phone 2430. (7-tfc) • For Sale FOR SALE: See the latest thing in mattresses. Polyfoam. Full size, weighs only 15 pounds. Lqwer priced, but better qual- ity than foam rubber. Made to qrder. See Dan Boone, Saint Jo Manufacturing Co. (12-tfc) FOR SALE: Good Used Appli- ances: Frigidaire Ranges, Re- frigerators. Washers. Also good used gas ranges. Newland Plumbing and Appliances, Ph. 245, Nocona. (13-tfc) Used Car Bargains • For Sale FOR SALE: For a limited time only — $10.00 permanents for $7.50 and $7.50 permanents for $5.00. Evelyn's Beauty Shop, Phone 2281. Saint Jo. (13-ltc) FOR SALE: Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 March 1961

* 7" ' S *; --rWs ■ ; :J% • ■•T V. 1 f Editor's Holes We would like to extend a great big pat on the back to the Horizon Club for their fine work on the cemetery north of town. These girls, a teen-age group of the Camp Fire Girls, are doing a wonderful job of cleaning up, and making this cemetery into one of which we can all be proud instead of a shabby, poorly, kept part of town. This is only one fine example of the work of the Camp Fire Clubs. All groups, from the Blue Birds up to the Horizon Club, consists of girls who are anxious to learn and willing to work for the good of their town and com- munity. They are now learning how to be good citizens even before they are grown up. That's more than some people learn all their lives. These facts are also true of the Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and other fine organizations that are designed to train and lead our young people in the right direc- tion rather than letting them gropingly find their way in all directions, not really knowing or c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 March 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - March 10, 1961 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, J898, 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. NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE County Court WARRANTY DEEDS Short, J. C., et ux - Louis E. Russell, et ux, East 50 feet of Lots 7, 8. and 9 in Block 101 of the original town of Nocona. Chambers, Mrs. Tinnie, et al - Ollie B. Faw, A part of Section 16, Limestone Co. School Land, Abst. No. 421, and situated in the town of Stoneburg. Richardson, H. A., Sr., et ux - E. W. Lovelady, Surface rights only to all of Lot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 March 1961

RBBA BTANFIELD * Home Demonstration News * CHILDREN WILL LOVE A CAROUSEL CAKk The week of March 4 to 11 has been proclaimed by Gov. Price Daniel as 4-H Club Week. Since the 4-H program was in- augerated by the United States government in 1914, the 4-H movement has spread across our nation and to 52 foreign coun- tries. Four-H members learn by conducting result demonstrations and participating in 4-H activ- ities. By putting into action what they learn club members improve their homes and com- munities. Voluntary adult leaders work- ing with club members provide the key to the success of 4-H. Parents and friends of 4-H give support and encouragement to club members. The Agricultural Extension Service of the A.&M. College of Texas, through the county Agricultural Agent and county Home Demonstration Agent direct the 4-H club pro- gram in Texas. . Any boy or girl from ages 9 to 21 may take part in 4-H club work, whether or not he or she is in school. • • • • Among activities being c...

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