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

FARM BRIEFS By WyUe Roberto County Agricultural Aftnl Cotton farmers are reminded again of the important educa- tional meeting on cotton pro* duction to be held in the Com- munity room of the F & M Bank in Nocona on next Thursday night, March 16 at 7:30 p.m. All phases of cotton production will be thoroughly covered. * t • Speaking of cotton, one guide to use in aiming for maximum germination of the first planting is soil temperature. Temperature is a major factor in seed ger- mination and cottonseed germin- ates poorly at temperatures lower than 70 degrees F. It has also been proven that seedlings grow more slowly and less vig- orously at the lower temperature. • • • • Also on cotton production it will pay you to check all avail- able information to make sure that disease losses do not rob you of chances for high yields. If diseases were a problem last year the chances are that these same diseases will occur again this season. If you are to plan a preventative control program y...

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

H A ac •* * r - .< .• *«.«*- vv* iiffv From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HORACE it,l*ilj, Sponsor Published in REPORTING 8TAFF 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 Published in THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, — FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1961 PAT HARRIS. Editor HONOR ROLL Principal W. P. Gleason has released a list of high school students who qualified for the Honor Roll during the six weeks period ending February 24. Sev- en seniors, two juniors, one sophomore, three freshmen, eight eighth grades, and Ave seventh graders made the Roll. SENIORS: Gayle Embry, Obie Lee Graham, Pat Harris, Linda Henderson, Betty Jo Hutson, Myrna Maxwell, and Jo Ella Prather. JUNIORS: Linda Durham and Judy Thweatt. SOPHOMORES: Linda Flusche FRESHMEN: Pat Dennis, Jes- sie Kidd and Barbara Lovett. EIGHTH GRADE: Jo...

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

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - March 10, 1961 vtxtsu Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cannon were in Gainesville each day last week for medical attention for Mrs. Cannon. Adrian Parker and Noble Coker were Crosbyton and Post visitors Monday. Guests in the Floyd Mitchell home Sunday were all their children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mitchell of Kilgore, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hacker, Donald, Basil and Tressie Mae of Muenster, and Mr. and Mrs. Daile Mitchell and Diafletta of Saint Jo. Also present were Mrs. Mitchell's nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Don GofT and Curtis Don of Bulcher, and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Tompkins of Bonita, parents of Mrs. Jack Mitchell. The occas ion was a birthday dinner given in honor of Mrs. Jack Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Pitman spent the weekend with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Holmes and fam- ily in Fort Worth. Eld. Albert Dillard of Saint Jo filled an appointment at the Church of Christ Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Snooks Hutson and family have ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 March 1961

\ BELGHERVILLE by Mrs. Hilde Workman Saturday night. Mrs. Imogens Crenshaw and Carmen and Miss Shelah Crenshaw attended the ■l-H Fun Night at Saint Jo. Miss Deanna Lewis, Miss Dorothy Otto, and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Blair and Richard attended. Little Lisa Crenshaw is recov- ering from a case of chicken pox. | Sunday evening visitors of Mr and Mrs. H. S. Hardin were Mr ~nd Mrs. Joe Pippin and Rev, Pale Horton of Nocona. Mrs Lena Henson accompanied -t I- daughter. Mrs. Green Manley ; Ringgold Tuesday to attend :he Baptist Womens Missionary Union meeting at the home of Mrs Carrie Leeper. They also • :sited Mrs. Edna Morris and Mrs Ina Evans. Mr and Mrs. Jim Uselton of Nocona spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cren- shaw. II. Mrs. Eula Mills and Mrs. Cordie Ritchie were in Muenster Saturday on business. Saturday and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Seay and Glenn was Daryl McKinzie of Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Mrs. Bonnie Teague of Bowie was also a Saturday supper guest. Houston Lew...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 March 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIByNJS - March 16, 1961 • For Sale FOR SALE: Maytag Sales and Service. Hinds Clark, Nocona. (35-tfc) 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. Of-tfc) FOR SALE: See the latest thing in mattresses. Polyfoam. Full size, weighs only 15 pounds. Lower priced, but better qual- ity than foam rubber. Made to order. See Dan Boone, Saint Jo Manufacturing Co. (12-tfc) FOR SALE: Coastal and Midland Bermudagrass sprigs, dug fresh daily. 60c cubit foot. Roy T. Lynch. Route 3, Gainesville, Phone HO 5-6456 (12-4tp) FOR SALE: House with 4 rooms and bath, corner lots. Priced $3,500.00. See Buster Jackson. (14-tfc) • For Sale REPOSSESSED 3 Rooms of Good Furniture Can't, tell from new. Out of store only three months. Includes quality sofa, matching foam lounge chair, 2 step tables, heavy coffee table, 2 nice lamps, double dresser, mirror, bookcase bar bed, innerspring mattress, foun...

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

Editor's Motes This week marks the 90th birthday anniversary of the Camp Fire Girls organizations. It is also the 11th year since the building of Camp Letoli here in Saint Jo. This camp is one of the finest in Texas and serves all Camp Fire groups in this North Central Texas area. Citizens of Saint Jo certainly have cause to be proud of such a camp site to be located here. It has grown by leaps and bounds in size and quality since it was first started in 1950. From the tents, water wells and tem- porary kitchens in which the first girls held their camp in the summer of 1950. additions of natural stone cabins, a corral, Blue Bird Lodge, Infimary, swimming pool, dining hall and lodge, and sewage disposal plant, now make Camp Letoli the dream of every young girl in Camp Fire organizations. A charter was enacted in 1950 for the first Blue Bird group in Saint Jo, with Mrs. Vanis Red- man as leader and Mrs. Roy Kingery, assistant leader. Today, there are Horizon groups, Camp Fire and seve...

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

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE-Friday, March 17, 1961 / THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE B. L. JETER, R. 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. s 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. NEWSLETTER FROM JACK CRAIN REPRESENTATIVE AT AUSTIN This week I would like to discuss a program that has been quite important to each of the counties of the 71st District. I am of the opinion that probably every citizen has had an oppor- tunity vUo take advantage or en- joy the*- program which I am going to refer to. This being the Farm to ^tfarket Road Program. There \re two bills which deal dinKtiy with ...

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

BEBA STAN FIELD 44 Home Demonstration News * Governor Price Daniel has proclaimed the week of March 13 to 19 as "Garden Club Week" in Texas. This has become an annual event. The purpose is to get the gen- eral public conscious of the ef- forts of members of garden clubs and to share with the pub- lic their knowledge of horticul- ture and conservation, to create a local interest in all civic beautification projects in town, city, county and state. There are four garden clubs in Montague County as follows: Bowie Garden Club, President, Mrs. George Villers; Crape Myr- tle Garden Club of Nocona with Mrs. Ralph Reynolds, president; Saint Jo Garden Club of Saint Jo with Mrs. Allen Hutson, presi- dent; Green Thumb Garden Club of Bowie, with Mrs. Fred Gar- diner, president. Many clubs and individuals of Montague County have joined in the interests and objectives of the local garden clubs. During Garden Club Week the many garden clubs of Texas urge you to clean up your premises, streets and ...

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

< v> JU SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE-Friday, March 17, 1961 Hybrid Grain Sorghums, Corn Hybrids Eligible for Planting ■tOll CONSERVATION! DISTRICT NEWS iv t Mm*msnn«ii ^fi e apparent low bid, $77,982.80 lor the construction of a Floodwater Retarding Struc- ture on the Clear Creek of the Trinity, was submitted by Ma- roney Construction Company ol Seagoville, according to Tony Walterscheid ol the Upper Elm- Red Soil Conservation District and J. M. Weinzapfel of the h GOVERNMENT SURPLUS SALES Now anyone can buy DIRECT from U. S. GOVERNMENT SURRLUS DEPOTS, by mail for yourself or for resale. Cameras, binoculars, cars, jeeps, tijueks, boats, hardware, office njachines and equip- ment, tints, tools and tens- of-thoutands of other items at a fraction of their original "f-cost. Many iter brand new. For list c* hunui^Js of U.S. Government Surplus Depots, located in every State and overseas with pamphlet "How Government Can Ship Direct To You," plus procedures, HOW TO BUY and how to get FRE...

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

Bonita News By Connie Miller Mr. and Mrs. Roy Davis of San Angeio are here this week visiting Mrs. Davis' brothers, the Claude Ayres, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ayres, Mr. Will Ayres and Mr. Beal Alley. Mrs. Davis is enroute to Dallas for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Miller and Alton went to Duncan, Okla., Satuiday to visit Mrs. Miller's sister .Mrs. Lula Kincannon who has been ill for quite some time. Mrs. Bruce Porter was dis- missed from the Nocona Hos- pital Saturday and those of her family who visited her Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haw- kins of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hawkins of Fort Worth, Mrs. Mae Tatum and grandsons, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Waters of Nocona and son, N. A. J#„ and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Dean of Bellevue came Friday night and visited Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Gregory. Saturday the Greg- orys. the Pete Ivins, Newell Dean, Tom Snapp, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Dean spent the day at Red River fishing. They en- joyed a cook-out and 35 fish were caught. Mrs. Jack McDon...

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

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE-Friday, March 17, 1961 Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal i Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Parker, Sheila Ann and Rex spent the weekend in Milbum, Okla., with Professionals ' YOUR DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION WILL BE SAFELY Jj'liiTiRD WATTS BROS. G. 'aesvllle, Texas Dr. H. O. Kinne Optometrist Oalneaville, Texas Dr.W.L. Spivy Optometrist \NOCONA. TEXAS )avenport Chiropractic Clinic DR.' A. A. DAVENPORT 1 Ph. HO. 5-3521 - 301 East ^Broadway Gainesville, Texas Dr. John W. MMdleton Chiropractor Corner of Par j St. ft Hwy. 62 Phone 283 Nocona Mrs. Parker's brother, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Matney and Jonnie. Mr. and Mrs Enest Hyman were weekend guests last week of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hilton and family at Wascom, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ivins visited Mrs. Carl Maxwell in a Nocona Hospital Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cannon were in Gainesville Friday for medical attention for Mrs. Can- non. While there they visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Cannon. Mrs. C. F. O'Neal ao...

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

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HORACE TEEL, Sponsor Published in THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, — FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1961 PAT HARRIS, Editor REPORTING STAFF Senior Class Junior Class, Girls' Sports Sophomore Class Freshman Class Eighth Grade Seventh Grade FHA FFA Band Betty Jo Hutson Judy Thweatt Lynnette Martin Karen Martin, John Huchtons Billy Carver Mike Martin Harriet Schmitt Eddie Grotte Myrna Maxwell AWARDS BANQUET CLIMAXES PUBLIC SCHOOLS WEEK ACTIVITIES At 3:00 p. m., March 9, the locnl high school gymnasium re- funded with shrieks and thumps and all the other sounds that belong to the sixth grade basketball game. Twenty - odd hours later, the same building nad been converted to a spotless banquet hall. Rows of tables, covered in white and decorated with pear blossoms and fresh japonicas, had replaced the scampering youngsters. Napkins and programs, both emblazoned with school insignia, lay in pre- cise rows along the tables; and scents of delicious barbecue, beans, cole slaw, baked potat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 March 1961

\ SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNfc-Friday, March 17, 1961 J ijyrttr WANT ADS TRjtejs "• > *# SSSs ;<&*■■■■ - * * •« < • For Sale FOR SALE: Maytag Sales and Service, Hinds Clark, Nocon$u (35-tfc) PLACE .YOUR ORDERS Now Jpr'- 1961-62 Texas Almanac, ^ available after Jan. 20. Cloth bound - $2.00. Paper bound - $1.65. Contact Shomake, Phone 2430. O-tfc) FOR SALE: See the latest thing in mattresses. Polyfoam. Full size, weighs only 15 pounds. Lower priced, but better qual- ity than foam rubber. Made to order. See Dan Boone, Saint Jo Manufacturing Co. (12-tfc) FOR SALE: House with 4 rooms and bath, corner lots. Priced $3,500.00. See Buster Jackson. (14-tfc) FOR SALE: Used lumber from 2c per foot up. Will sell any amount. Stacked according to size and type. R. L. Jeter. FOR fjALE: Good Prairie PasJ/tire Land, 340 acres, more o 'less, living water, li min- * oral, $125.00 per acre, west of Saint Jo. See Mrs. J. K. Seibold. (15-tfc) § For Sale FOR SALE: 526 acres of land on Clear Creek...

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

thU week a great turb every (MWWWWMMpWWMOTMflMWMMMMMM Editor's Notar about something : jh«« disturbed me , the past few weeks, that should dis- ■son in America. Too often, we find ourselves content in our small world around us, unwilling to trouble that peaceful little world by considering unpleasant things which are really closer to us than we imagine. Sitting still and ignoring such problems as communism will certainly not cause the problem to cease, rather it only increases the danger. This column is rather long this week, but should be read in its entirety. Please don't continue reading unless you have time toflnish it, and a few extra minutes to ponder the thoughts which I hope it pre- sents to you. As communism becomes an increasing threat to our Demo- cratic way of life in America, we were stirred by an article that appeared in The Texas Observer in its March 11 issue, concerning a bill which was presented before the House state affairs committee that week. The bill, sponsore...

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

rf •' *' £? • Tl , • -■ ' ' * W •• '* i -v ' "NIK. . j*. , -• v- SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, March 24, 1961 THE SAINT fO 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 8, 1807. 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. believe the U.S. Supreme Court would consider this constitutional whatever the legislature of a state might do." Dr. Edmund Heisohn, former pastor of the University Methodist Church, said, "in our way of freedom, every man is entitled to be an atheist if he wants to be, or a man of God if he wants to be. A threat to the right of a man to be an ...

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

. ■ / BONITA H.D. CLUB MEET AT COMMUNITY CENTER Fifteen members of the Bonita Home Demonstration Club and three visitor* assembled at the Community Center on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Meeting opened with the group singing "I'll Take You Back Kathleen," an Irish ballad in observance of Saint Patrick's Day. Mrs. John Brogdon gave the opening portions of the devo- tional period with the reading of the 14th chapter and Mrs. Tom White closed same with prayer- Roll call was answered with "A Recipe My Mother Used." The president, Mrs. Jim Wood- ruff, called for various committee reports - a report on Friendship Week, which the club obseved, and as a report on Herb project, each member gave the name of an herb, how it is grown and its use for culinary or medicinal purposes. Program for the afternoon on "Culinary Roundup" was under the direction of Food Leaders, Mrs. Lee Miller and Mrs. Tom White. Mrs. Miller gave a most comprehensive and interesting talk on "My Emergency Shelf" and "...

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

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, March 24, 1961 PERSONALS A weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bellah was her brother, Bruce Stwart of Wich- ita Falls. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tippie were called to Dodson, the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Purl Tippie, last week because of the death of his grandfather, J. S. Warlick. Mr. Warlick was 82 years old, died in Amherst Tuesday, March 14th and was buried in Dodson Thursday, March 16th. The Tippie children, Vickie, Brent and Chris spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs. Tippie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lankford in Blair, Oklahoma. Mrs. Lester Phillips has re- turned from Gainesville where she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts and daughter, Jeanie, and her sister, Mrs. J. O. Wilson. M. and Mrs. Sam Poston ac- companied their daughter, Mrs. Raymond Williams to Gaines- ville Wednesday of last week to attend the funeral of Sam BufYington. Mat2 who live iji Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Grant, Jr., 4nd son Luke II! w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 March 1961

HEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE County Court Fred Fort! Subdivision No. 1. of WARRANTY DEEDS * the md-CoffUld 144 acre tract out of Ogden, K. P., Jr.. et ux - T. B Ogden, et ux, All of Lot No. 4 and 20 feet of Lot fJo. 5, ad- jacent to and paralSft to said Lot No. 5 of the J. T. Trammell Addition to the city of Bowie, Texas, a part of Block No. Q, Hill Co. School Land. Goodwin, Earl, et ux - L. O. Thompson, Lot Nos. 2 and 3, Block No. 2, Easley Addition to Eowie, Montague County, Texas. Miller, Adis - Joe H. Marshall, tt ux, Lot No. 1 in Block No. 14 m the town of Bonita, Texas. Morrison, Luther Thomas, et a] - James L. Giaketti, et ux, ^00 acres, more or less, a part of Section No. 63 of the E.T.R.R. Co. Survey, Abst. No. 255. Hale, James W. - M. L. Sande- lur, All of Lot No. 24 of the AUTO and OIL FIELD MECHANICS Expert workmanship done oo repair jobs. Oil field weldlnf service — any place, and time Work guaranteed. Give ua • rail PHONE 2280 CLAYTON BROS. i>ack of First N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 March 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, March 24, 1961 4-H, F.F.A. PROJECT SHOW (Continued from Page 1) Bobby Case, Bowie FFA. Females, over 24 months: 1st, William Snow, Lone Star 4-H; 2nd, Jon SwofTord, Goldburg FFA; 3rd, James Scruggs, Bowie FFA; 4th, Jimmy Sewell, No- cona FFA; 5th, Jerry Payne, No- cona FFA; 6th, William Snow, Bowie FFA; 7th, Daniel McLe- land; Bowie FFA; 8th, Garry Carter, Montague 4-H; 9th, Jerry Clement, Bowie FFA; and 10th, LaDale Wilhite, Lone Star 4-H. Females, 12-24 months: 1st, Susan Shackelford, Montague 4-H; 2nd, Doyle Wade, Sunset 4-H; 3rd, Jon SwofTord, Gold- burg FFA; 4th, Jackie Compton, Bowie FFA; 5th, Keith Bridwell, Bowie FFA; 6th, Gene Brown, Bowie FFA; 7th, James Van- bebber. Lone Star 4-H; 8th, Steven Parr, Bowie 4-H; 9th, Billy Tage, Lone Star 4-H; 10th, J. B. Jordan, Bowie 4-H; and 11th, William Snow, Bowie FFA. Males, 6-12 months: 1st, James Vanbebber. Males, 12-24 months: 1st, Wm. Snow. SWINE DIVISION Females, 3-6 months: 1st, Jerry Hardison,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 March 1961

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HORACE TEEL, Sponsor PnbUnhed In THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, — FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1961 PAT HARRIS, Editor REPORTING STAFF Senior Class junior Class, Girls' Sports Sophomore Class Freshman Class Eighth Grade Seventh Grade FHA FFA Band Betty Jo Hutson Judy Thweatt Lynnette Martin Karen Martin, John Huchtons Billy Carver Mike Martin Harriet Schmitt Eddie Grotte Myrna Maxwell BASEBALL WORKOUTS START F 'teen buys have reported lor the opening workouts of the !9til baseball season. Candidates for position on the Panther nine lhjs year are as follows: Jimmy Hutson Arnold Dennis, Corky Crabtree. Jim Dennis, Sammy Berry, Guy Welch, Bud Pem- broke Jimmy Ice, William Hogan. Bobby Jeter, Audrell Miller. Roger Henley, J. C. Ivins. Jim Reed, and Bob Einbry. Coach Albert Dillard has re- leased the schedule of games for the coming season. The present sjEtncia includes one nonconfer- ence and six conference tilts. March 23 - Nocona, there. April 4 - Callisburg, there. April 11 -...

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