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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 July 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, July 28, 1961 Olney Vows Unite Miss Doris Carol Myers, Thomas Wilcox Miss Doris Carol Myers be- came the bride of Thomas George Wilcox of Hobbs, N. M„ in a double-ring ceremony per- formed at 7:30 Saturday evening In the First Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Harold Myers of Olney. Mrs. Myers is a native Of Saint Jo, residing here until her marriage. She was a teacher In the public school here for Several years. The bride's grand- parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. George Rogers, were also resi- dents of Saint Jo. Mr. Rogers Was in business here and Mrs. Rogers remained here following his death until her passing away Just a few years ago. The groom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wilcox of Eagle Lake. His uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit E. Voelkel of Austin, received guests at the church. Rev. Erwin Reed, church pas- tor, officiated for the nuptial rites. The program of wedding mu- sic was provided by Mmes. A. D, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 July 1961

# For Sole STARTED CHICKS, several breeds also started. Bred to lay pullets. Muenster Hatchery, Muenster, Texas. (28-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. Ci-tfc) FOR SALE: New and used trac- tors and farm implements. Muenster Equipment Co., Inc. "Your Ford Tractor Dealer," Phone 65, Muenster, Texas. (29-tfc) FOR SALE: Maytag bales and Service, Hinds Clark, Nocona. (35-tfc) FOR SALE: Six Ewes, with lambs by side. See Robert Jeter. (19-tfc) • Notices FEATHER BED — Yours for the asking. Call 2238. (35-ltp) • For Rent FOR RENT: One 4 room modern house just back of Harwood Garage. One 3 room modern, partly furnsihed house, one block east of Charles Thomp- son's brick building. Located in Saint Jo, Texas. Mrs. Ruth Wallace, Box 926, Archer City, Texas. Phone HO 2-2309. (34-2tp) FOR SALE: 500 Gallon Oil Drums, Contact Lee Martin, Phone 424, Nocona. (35-2tp) SPECIAL THIS WEEK '50...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 July 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, July 28, 1961 Lake Texhoma Now Has New Fishing Rules AUSTIN, July — New fishing regulations on Lake Texoma have been promulgated by the Game and Fish Commission, with the passage of regulatory authority covering the Lake FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT Use instant-drying T-4-L for 3 to 5 days. Watch fresh, healthy skin replace the infection. Ease aching, swelling, perspiring in the 66 joints of the feet by bath- ing them with T-4-L twice daily. If not surprised and pleased, your 48c back from any drug Ftore. NOW at Pedlgo Pharmacy. Shrinks Hemorrhoids Without Surgery 'tops Itch—Relieves Pain For the first time science has found * new healing substance with the as- -onishing ability to shrink hemor- "hoids and to relieve pain — without lurprery. In case after case, while tently relieving pain, actual reduc tion (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — results were so thor ©ugh that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased tv be a proble...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 July 1961

Boniia News By Lona Henry Mrs. Paul Thompson left Wednesday. July 19th for a two neck's visit with her family in Lousiville, Ky„ where she plan- ned to attend the family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Admire tiid Mrs. Zola Milner visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parsons in jlocona on Thursday night after learning that Lou had fallen in her yard and broken an arm. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mitchell returned to their home in Kil- gori on Saturday after spend- ing their vacation here with Jier parents, the R. D. Tompkins. Di and Mrs. Thomas P. Weaver and daughters of Den- ton were guests of her parents, 'he R. C. Millers and Alton, en- route to Colorado for a few days vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Woollard and children of Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. Snooks Hutson of Saint ,"( were all guests of their aunt, Mollie Cook, this week. Mrs. Connie Miller went to Bowie early Monday after learning of the death of Emmitt Cox there at 6 a.m. The Chas. Cox's three children, Kelly, Donna and Lyn of Altus, Okla., and th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 July 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, July 28, 1961 ■SOIL CONSERVATION! DISTRICT NEWS OUR SOIL*OUR STRENGTHs Don't cuss the farmer! He isn't doing nearly so well as us city dwellers think as we walk the aisles of the super-markets. A few facts published by the United States Department of Ag- riculture revealed that the cost of living rose 25 percent be- tween 1950 and 1960. The cost of a typical market basket of farm food increased 14 percent. But farmers received none of this increase. Prices received for farm products declined 6 per- cent. A meal of beef, potatoes, cab- bage, bread, butter, milk and fruit for four people can be bought by the average industrial worker in the United States for one houx-'s wages. In Germany and England that meal would take two hours work; in Aus tria, four hours; France, four facts of agriculture's contribu- tion to the nation's welfare. • • • • This Is the terracing season in fhe Muenster. - Saint, Jo area of the Upper Elm-Red Soil Conser-1 vation Dist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1961

Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell Although summertime is won- derful in most respects, there are a few peculiarly summer- time critters which can of times make life and living quite haz- ardous during these months. In this area of Texas, we have an abundance of these critters, namely—snakes (rattlers, water mocccasins, and copper heads— not to mention a number of the non-poisonous species). You might think that a person living around such varmits all his life would become accustomed to them and regard them with little emotion. BUT, believe me, this is not the usual case. Personally, a chicken snake can frighten me just as much as a copperhead. Naturally this is quite illogical, but nearly any- one (in his right mind) is truly alarmed when confronted by the latter. If you will pardon me, I would like to relate an incident, which though it did not happen to me, did happen to my family. Even though it seems quite funny now, I assure you it was not amusing (at least to my brother, Bobby...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, August 4, 1961 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE B. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL. Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898. at the Post Office at Saint To, 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 tame being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. NEWSLETTER FROM RALPH W. YARBOROUGH. U. S. SENATOR Dear Fellow Texans: While all of us are proud of ihe impressive industrial growth and population gains of our state during this past decade, most of us are convinced that we can do even better in this decade of the 60s. This became apparent recent- ly when results of studies on national income per person in each state were put in the record Of the Senate Com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1961

atawwc REBA STANFIELD " Ho m e De monstration News * Grapejuice Thirst Queneheri Any girls in your family head- ed for college this fall? If so, it's not too early to start planning and assembling her wardrobe. An attractive wardrobe is within reach of every girl who is will- ing to spend some time and thought in careful planning. Sometimes it is a matter of try- ing to keep up with Susie Jones, unless a girl has some guide for taking stock in her own needs, and takes pride in developing her own plans. Be sure to think of the occasions you will need ihrinks Hemorrhoids Without Surgery 'tops Itch-Relieves Pain For the first time science has found \ new healing substance with the as- onishing ability to shrink hemor- hoids and to relieve pain — without «urgery. In case after case, while tently relieving pain, actual reduc tion (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — results were so thor ough that sufferers made astonishinfc statements like "Piles have ceased U be a problem!" The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, August 4, 1961 • 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, hea- vy coffce table, 2 nice lamps, double dresser, mirror, book- case bar bed, innerspring mat- tress, foundation spring, 5-piece extension dinette set in bronze- atone. Total unpaid balance of $297.60. Take over unpaid payments of $14.90. TANNER FURNITURE CO. 213 E. California HO 5-2312 Gainesville, Texas (36-ltc) STARTED CHICKS, several breeds also started. Bred to lay pullets. Muenster Hatchery, Muenster, Texas. (28-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. O-tfc) FOR SALE: New and used trac- tors and farm implements. Muenster Equipment Co., Inc. "Your Ford Tractor Dealer," Phone 65, Muenster, Texas. (29-tfc) f OR SALE: Maytag Sales and Service, Hinds Clark, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1961

m . .M ■B ... MRS L. w. YOUNG HOSTESS %0 PEABODY H.D. CLUB The Peabody Home Demon- •tration Club met Wednesday, July 26 with Mrs. L. W. Young. wayne Thompson called the meeting to order and Mrs J. P. Embry was acting secretary. The group planned a picnic gupper for Saturday night, Aug. 19th at the Nocona Park. Mrs. C. L. Young gave the report of last Council. Mrs. Em- bry and Mrs. L. W. Young gave the program on Furniture Ar- rangement. Refreshments were served to Mmes. Wayne Thompson, C. L. Young, C. A. Baker, Dora Cook, j p. Embry, Wayne Cook, the hostess Mrs. L. W. Young and Freida. Larry, Doyle and Deanna Cook, Sondra and Terry Lough. "There was a man in our town And he was wondrous wise; He swore (it was his policy) He would not advertise, But one day he did advertise, And thereby hangs a tail, The "ad" was set in quite small type, And headed "Sheriff's Sale.*' OPPORTUNITY I ask no one to lift my load. No one my burdens bear; I ask that ill along life's road I may my talents sh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, August 4, 1961 "Billion Dollar Baby" To Be At State Fair Music Hall August 7-20 Reginald Denny and Eileen Rodgers, top; Wisa D'Orso and Lestui Tames, bottom, are stars of the fourth musical of the Dallas Statt pair Musicals season, "Billionaire Dollar Baby" August 7 to 20 The well-known movie, thea- tre and TV actor, Reginald Denny, will be "Mr. Billionaire" (M. M. Montague by name) in the State Fair Musical's "Billion Dollar Baby" at the Music Hall in Dallas from August 7 to 20. When this musical first played on Broadway in 1945-46 it fea- tured Mitzi Green in the role of Georgia Motley, entertainer of a plus 1920 "speak-easy." Eileen Rodgers, who achieved fame in recent Broadway appearances in "Fiorello!" and "Tenderloin," will portray Georgia in the Dal- las production. Hawaiian-born Wisa D'Orso, now Broadway dancer and sing- er, will be seen as Maribelle Jones, a Staten Island winner of the "Miss New York" beauty contest. She plunges into the N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1961

farm briefs By Write Roberts County Agricultural Agent —jtj11>*i** ~ — — - We still have several "Civil Defense Kits" for distribution to anyone desiring one. These are hits we have prepared and they contain information on how to build fallout shelters, the dan- gers and effects of radio active fallout. The kit also has bulle- tins and leaflets in it on how the farmer would be affected by fallout, the list of food and sup- plies needed for a two-week supply, first aid information, home protection exercises, and several others. We have blueprints on how to construct a family fallout shelter also. Many farm cellars can be converted to suitable shelters. * * * « Two meetings of interest to 4-H and FFA boys are to be held in the near future. All members with beef pro- jects might be interested in at- tending the Texas Junior Here- ford Association Field Day to be held Friday, August 4 at the Dudley Bros. Hereford Ranch 2^4 miles west of Comanche. There will be a judging contest, weig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 August 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, August 4, 1961 NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT H&USE County Court Thomason, Helen Hill, et vir to Cecil C. Clemmer, et ux, All of Lot No. 13 in Block 23 of the original townsite of Nocona Jones, Ruth Legett, et al to Edith Jones O'Donnell, All of the David Broderick Survey, Abst. No. 77 in Montague Co. containing 582 3 acres. Jones. Ruth Legett, et al to Julia Jones Matthews: First Tract—All of the David Broderick Survey, Abst No. 77 situated in Montague Co., con- taining 582.3 acres. Second Tract—97.1 acres out of the Milly Berry Survey, Mon- tague County, Texas. Underwood, Lafaiet et ux to Roy Pollock: First Tract—170 acres of land, being 145 acres out of the A. J. Truitt survery, Abst. 747 and 25 acres out of the G. W. Powell Survey, Abst. No. 604. Second Tract 44 acres of land, being all of the \V. M. Whedbee Survey, Abst. No. 1641. Third Tract—160 acres, being all of the John W. Underwood Sur- vey of 160 acres, Rbst. No. 1008 and the N. 60...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1961

Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell We have often heard it said and I believe it is necessarily true, that "The future of Amer- ica and the world lies in the hands of our youth." It is hard, however, for us to imagine the young, freckle faced boy, or the girl in pig-tails, may someday hold great responsibil- ities in their community, state or nation. But it takes so little time for these same youngsters to grow up and while we stand by and watch, they will either grow up to be honest, responsi- ble, hard working citizens — or they will be irresponsible, lazy and maybe quite dishonest — or even worse, they may turn out to be what so many of our people are today, complacent, lacking any interest in com- munity affairs or affairs of our government, content with al- ways receiving but never giving anything to society. As parents, teachers, and citi- zens, we have the tremendous job of helping to mould these young lives by teaching them their rightful and dutiful place in the world. Too ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, August 25, 1961 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter. 1808, at the Post Office at Saint to, 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 corpoaUon which may appear In the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of tame being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. NEWSLETTER FROM RALPH W. TAREOROUGH V. S. SENATOR Dear Fellow Texans: By letters, phone calls and Wires, the people of Texas are asking me about the status of the aid to so-called "impacted" School districts. "Impacted" is the term that has come to be used for school districts that have felt the im- pact of the armaments program, where large numbers of federal personnel are suddenly moved into one area to be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1961

B • For Sole STARTED CHICKS, several breeds also started. Bred to lay pullets. Muenster Hatchery, Muenster, Texas. (28-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. (V-tfc) FOR SALE: New and used trac- tors and farm implements. Muenster Equipment Co.. Inc. "Your Ford Tractor Dealer," Phone 65, Muenster, Texas. (29-tfc) FOR SALE: Maytag Sales and Service. Hinds Clark, Nocona. (35-tfc) FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile, air conditioned. Contact L. A. Martin. Phone 2218, Saint Jo. (36-tfc) FOR SALE: Several acres good pasture land, 4 miles out on Forestburg Highway. If in- terested phone 2403. (36-tfc) • For Sale BACK-TO-SCHOOL Special. $7.50 permanent? for $5.00 at Evelyn's Beauty Shop, Phone 2281. (37-2tc) FOR SALE: Farmall Cub Trac- tor and equipment. See or call Travis Moore, Phone 2273. (37-tfc) FOR SALE: 160 acre farm, good land, good grass, plenty water, fair buildings, part mineral. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1961

Glass Magic WILD CAT 15 ft. Loaded With Extras 40 Horsepower Electric Start Motor, Controls, Battery and Battery Box, Completely Rigged ! . . . With B16D Trailer LIST PRICE $2065.00 1695 00 Schad and Pulte Edna Roach and Mrs. Sam Crownover of Prairie Valley, returned home Sunday night from a vacation trip with their other sister, Mr. and Mrs. Valton Coker home at Earth, they visit- through Carlsbad Cavern and a camping trip at Ruidosa and Cloud Craft New Mexico. In ad- dition to a short visit in the Coker home at Earth, they visite- ed the Coker's daughters, Mrs. Paul Hill at Lubbock and Mrs. Bill Mix at Sudan, and their families. Portable Typewriter ONLY $129.95 at 'RIBUNE in Saint Jo, Texas INGROWN NAIL HURTING YOU? Immediate Relief I drops of OIJTGRO® bring blessed F from tormenting pain of ingrown nail. OUTCRO toughens the ukin underneath the nail, allows thu nail to be cnt and thus pre- vents further pain und discomfort. OUTCRO is avniluble ut all drug counter*. Helen Jane Slay...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1961

SAINT JO - TRIBUNE - Friday, August 25, 1961 Cooke County Junior College Provides Great Variety Of Collegiate Level Academic and Vocational Work Saint Jo Quarterback Club FINANCIAL STATEMENT Sept. I, I960 to Aug. 22, 1961 Balance Sept. 1, 1960 .50 RECEIPTS Memberships Sold $513.00 Sale of Popcorn 92.05 Program Advertising .... 70.00 Total Receipts 675.05 Total to account for $675.55 DISBURSEMENTS 9-10-60 Otto Holland (wire & switchbox to p/c Machine) 9.00 9-10-60 Pedigo Pharmacy (Film) 46.75 9-10-60 Gene's Sinclair (Gasoline for mower) 14.59 9-10-60 Huchtons Feed (Fertilizer) 49.50 10-1-60 Scott Bros. (Gas hose | & binder twine) 4.05 10-7-60 Thompson Gro. (Light Bulb) .85: 10-27-60 Saint Jo Tribune (Printing) 27.60 10-27-60 Gene's Sinclair (Gasoline) 5.70 11-8-60 Saint Jo Tribune (Printing) 35.40 10-27-60 Comfl Public Service (4-1500 bulbs) .. 18.00 11-9-60 Gordon Drug (Freight on Film) 1.70 11-9-60 Lawler Grocery (Popcorn) 2.00 11-12-60 Gene's Sinclair (Gasoline) .... 5.40 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1961

Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal Mrs. Teenie Bates and son, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bates and family of Springfield, Mo., were guests last week of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hyman. The group visited their cousin, Mrs. Ted Gregory and Mr. Gregory Thursday afternoon. Mr .and Mrs. H. J. Terry spent the weekend at Seminole, Okla.. as guests of their son, H. J. Terry, Jr., and family. Guests in the W. C. Henley home this weekend were their daughters, Mrs. Henry Huddles ton and Nicki of Saint Jo and Mrs. Isom Reed and Eddie of Mt. View, and Mr. Henley's sister-in-law, Mrs. Kin Henley HEADACHE For relief of headache, neuralgia and neuritis pains, take STANBACK'S com- bination of medically-proven ingredi- ents compounded specifically to speed up pain-relieving action. Many doctors recommend the ingredients in STAN- BACK. Get genuine STANBACK Pow- ders or Tablets—unconditionally guar- anteed to relieve pain fast. Test STANBACK •gainst any preparation you've ever used mf* * GuoiontMd by Go...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1961

gescarosdc: -a-g-ir- at-fftt-tt: REBA STANFIELD Ho me Demonstration News Serve watermelon often when jt is in season. Make water- Melon pickles from the thicker linds—and freeze some balls or cubes for later use. The question quite often comes up about cal- ories. A wedge of melon 4 inches by 8 inches yields 120 calories. This serving will furnish about Vt the daily need for vitamin A. The 1961 fall look for the jchool girl is the jumper look, lowered waists and flared skirts. The leading colors are fushia, kelly and gold. Deep pleats in easy skirts falling from low or high waistlines keynote some of the best dresses for fall. Scandinavian motifs and bul- kies in bright colors are big sweater news, along with skinny stretch pants and ski-look sporty outer wear. Burlap and leather in natural tones will be popular for the sub-teen hand- bag. The last word for parties is velveteen. It is in colors as well as black. Hats are high crown cloches of fur or velvet with satin and feathers. C...

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