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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 August 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, August 25, 1961 s • For Sale STARTED CHICKS, several breeds also started. Bred to lay pullets. Muenster Hatchery, Muenster, Texas. (28-tfc) PLACE YOUR ORDERS Now for 19G1-62 Texas Almanac, available after Jan. 20. Cloth bound • $2.00. Paper bound - $1.65. Contact Shomake, Phone 2430. Cetfc) BARGAIN: Good white paint going for $2.95 gal. Williams Used Furniture. (39-2tp> • For Sale 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: Several acres good pasture land, 4 miles out on Forestburg Highway. If in- terested phone 2403. (36-tfc) FOR SALE: 100 acres, less 3 and % acres set out for Cemetery Tract 1: 80 acres more or less, Calhun County School Land Survey's Abstract No. 121 League 11, Tract No. 2, 6 acres Block No. 9, Abstract 121 Tract No. 3, 14 acres Block No. 9, Lower Le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1961

*1 Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell When approaching a merchant about his advertising program, we sometimes find ourselves "singing the same song," so to speak, as we try to explain the benefits to the merchant or businessman. But, after all, our object is always the same—to sell advertising, and help him sell his merchandise. We believe, sincerely, that the only way to sell any product or any service is through some media of advertising. It is our job to convince our customer that advertising in a weekly newspaper, such as ours, is one of his best means of advertising. Once in a while we are given a boost and a new method of selling io our customers through an example, which after all, is the best way to explain any- thing to anyone. You have all noticed an ad the past several weeks in the Tribune by the American To- bacco Co. advertising Lucky Strike cigarettes. Perhaps you thought it a little unusual to find a company of this size and por- portion who advertises in large dailies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Sept. 8, 1961 THE SAINT IO TRIBUNE K. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publisher* E. L. POWELL. Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint 'o, Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress, March 3, 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. NEWSLETTER FROM RALPH W. YARBOROUGH U. S. SENATOR Bear Fellow Texans: The Padre Island bill, the old Fort Davis bill, and a measure <ot particular interest to the shrimping industry have pro- gressed, and you may And a status report on each of them interesting and helpful. The bill I interested to make ■88.5 miles of Padre Island a Na- tional Seashore Recreation Area advanced out of the Public Lands Subcom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1961

Jf I awtaw REBA STANF1ELD * Ho me Demonstration News * With the arrival of cool nights and shorter days autumn can- not be too far away. Don't be one of those people who think "in the summer it's too hot and in the winter it's too cold" for activity and recreation. Many people will be participating in club activities this fall. You need individual and family rec- reation whether it is with the group or at home—just so it's a change for you. Maybe you have a talent for assisting with young or oldsters' groups. A small boy once defined recrea- tion as "something you don't have to do." A good leader does not do all the planning nor all the work. How well the recrea- tion leader works with others can be the secret of his success. If you have been called on to help with groups in recreation call at the Extension Service Office for your copy of "It's Fun NOCONA Adjoining Sands Motel BOWIE Across Hwy. 287 from BO-Tex Motel DECATUR New Hwy. 287 Adjoining Wiseman Motel Bob Ferryman's Restaur...

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

«* to \ \ at N Vs From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. C. C. WARE, Sponsor Published in the Saint Jo Tribune September 8, 1961 LINDA DURHAM, Editor * REPORTING STAFF Boy's Sports Girl's Sports Special Events Band Junior Class — William Hogen Karen Fortenberry Linda Flusche .... Calvin Durham Sadie Huddleston PANTHERS CRUSHED IN ASSAULT ON BULLIES 63-0 The recent game between the Bridgeport Bullies and the Pan- thers of Saint Jo showed weak- ness of the Panthers due to the majority of green, and also in- experienced players on the line- up. The Panthers had only two of last year's starters back. They were Bill Huchtons and Harvey Lamkin. The backfield was made up entirely of new players, Her- schel Boyd at Quarterback, J. C. Ivins at Fullback, Bill Huchtons at Halfback, and Bill Hogen at Halfback. J. C. Ivins was the only one playing in the back- field who played there last year. GIRLS P.E. CLASS Girls P.E. workouts began Tuesday with 15 girls going out for the high school team. We "When I ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1961

C / >• • ? A • Saint Jo Garden Club Plans Completed For 61 -62 Year Plans have been completed lor the 1961-62 year book of the Saint Jo Garden Club and it will soon be "ofT-the-press." Mrs. W. M. Gibson is club president this year and those on the year book committee are Mrs. Tom White, Mrs. J. C. Donnell and Mrs. Charles L. Wilson. The programs for the year will begin on September 12 with a President's Tea in the home of Mrs Allen Hutson, retiring president. Mrs. Gibson will be Fill Cracks And Holes Better Handles like putty. Hardens like wood. PLASTIC WOOD' The Genuine - Accept No Substitute. the principal speaker with Mm. White discussing the programs for the year's work. Perhaps the very highest high- light on the entire year's agenda will be The Golden Anniversary Flower Show to be held in No- vember under the drection of Mrs. S. T. Meador. For fifty consecutive years, a flower show has been held each fall in Saint Jo, beginning in 1911 under sponsorship of "The Mother's Clu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1961

J BAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Sept. 8, 1961 ■SOIL CONSERVATION! DISTRICT NEWS MR SNL * OUR STRENGTH s Early seedbed preparation is the first step toward getting a good stand of grass on your Waterway. The land should be plowed in the summer or early fall so that it can mellow during the winter rains and freezes. Land plowed at this time and Worked just enough to keep it Clean will be in good condition find will contain adequate mois- ture for planting grass in the Spring. Grass needs just as good & seedbed as any cash crop if it is to come up to a stand and tnake good growth. Early seedbed preparation Iheans that the waterways must be located and marked out now Bo that waterway seedbed pre- paration will fit in well with ALL PURPOSE 3-INONEOIL Oils Everything Prevents Rust REGULAR —OIL SPRAY-ELECTRIC MOTOR normal summer and fall seed- bed preparation for other crops. Waterways are located at the time the terrace system is planned. However, the waterway must be installed a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1961

C. D. SHAMBURGER LUMBER CO.. INC. "Everything To Build Anything" Drilling Mud and Chemicals MUENSTEB TEXAS PHONE 32 For a brighter student tomorrow F F t ; r\ >1* * i •• • Check your child's home study light tonlghtl Homework li easier and less tiring when there It plenty of good light at the study table. Good study light reduces eyestrain and fatigue . . . aldt concentration and helps students make better grades In school. For best light from a study table lamp, use a 150-watt bulb. The lamp should be tall enough to spread light evenly over the work area and properly shaded to conceal the light source from the eyes. A diffusing bowl is recommended to soften the light and prevent glare. Check your child's study light tonight • . . help him be a brighter student tomorrowl 13961 OTTO HOLLAND, District Manager Hay Fever Pollin Increase in State AUSTIN, Tex.,—Above-normal amounts of rainfall over most of Texas this spir.mer may portend a bumper crop of hay fever producing pollens thi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 September 1961

i 0 I 'J SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Sept. 8, 1961 it — v— _ _ . _ __ \VtfANNlflTiStfMDS! --I'2 • Services • Tor Sole STARTED CHICKS, several breeds also started. Bred to lay pullets. Muenster Hatchery, Muenster, Texas. (28-tfc) PEARS FOR SALE: Phone or see D. L. Bowen. 5 miles southwest Saint Jo. (40-2tp) NOW—to make room for new Christmas merchandise, several good used electric and gas refrigerators and ranges are going at BARGAIN PRICES. "White's Auto Store, Pete Guthrie, owner, Bowie. (40-2tc) FOR SAT.E: 4 good used 7:50/14 blackwall tires. H. A. Marsh, phone 2374. (40-2tp) • For Sale FOR SALE: 53 lbs. of new Barb- Wire. $3.50. D. H. Mitchell. (41-ltc) FOR SALE: Farmall Cub Trac- tor and equipment. See or call Travis Moore, Phone 2273. (37-tfc) FOR SALE: Maytag bales and Service, Hinds Clark. Nocona. (35-tfc) PEARS FOR SALE: Mrs. Lee McCollum Orchard northwest of town on Highway 82. (41-tfc) FOR SALE: Good bicycle, $10.00 John Cable Moulder. (40-tfc) FOR SALE: Several acr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 September 1961

u Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell / The Saint Jo Panthers this year, although a little short on size and experience, have thus far shown courage and stick- to-it-tiveness in their struggle against more experienced teams. It's natural for fans to want a winning team. So do the coaches, and so do the boys. But I don't know anywhere that it says you shouldn't sup- port a team unless they are winning every game. These kids we have this year are made of good stuff, they are working hard, and giving their best (which is more than most of us would do, knowing we were facing al- most impossible competition). Although it's sad to see these boys have point sjfter point piled up against them, it makes you glad to see that they never give up and to see them try just as hard in the fourth quarter as in the first. This spirit and stamina, cou- pled with practice and hard work, is what will soon make the Saint Jo Panthers a very hard team to beat. But while they are in the process of acquiring t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 September 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Sept. 22, 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 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 RALPH W. TARBOROUGH U. S. SENATOR Bear Fellow Texans: I have seen first-hand the ter- rible desruction wrought by Hurricane Carla. With Congress- man Clark Thompson of Galves- ton, I toured in a plane over the wreckage-strewn Gulf Coast shoreline. We landed where we could, and talked with the hur- ricane victims. Thousands of them were still huddled in shelters, not knowing whether or not the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 September 1961

r I WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD MEETS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13 The Wesley an Service Guild assembled in the Methodist Church on Wednesday evening, September 13 for a business- program meeting. The president, Mrs. Roy Law- ler, called the meeting to order and presided through the busi- ness session. When reports were listened to and projects for the new year planned, members voted to place boxes in front of "Stonewall Saloon" where arti- cles could be deposited to be sent to the hurricane sufferers in south Texas. Mrs. Bill Miller brought an interesting report of the recent Cat Out Often Try Our Specialties . . . PIZZA PIES, PLAIN and COMBINATION GRILLED CHOICE STEAKS ALL KINDS SEAFOODS *7Ae Ge+tteA, Goj{ee Sltofi Muenster, Texas m March 1,1961 pric* (including Intormodnto reductions) u ' MOST SENSATIONAL OFFER EVER MADE ON THE MACHINE THAT OUTSEWS THEM ALL! FAMOUS SLANT OMAT/C' ZIGZAG MACHINE (MOOCL 401) Use it to darn, sew buttons, make buttonholes, overcast seams, blindstitch hems. Only $2....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 September 1961

f taftfl w«.-- * Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal v- A VVAVJ> Mrs. J. C. Ivins suffered a fractured left arm last Tuesday when she slipped and fell dur- ing a rain storm while doing chores at her home. She re- ceived medical attention at the Nocona Hospital following the acidcnt and also on Wednesday. Mrs. Murray Brewer and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hyman. G. C. Pralher. Mr. and Mrs. \V. R. Rich and Mrs Ernest O'Neal attended funeral rites for infant Jerry Wayne Sampson in Saint Jo Sunday afternoon. Janna Carol Durham, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sonnie Durham of Gainesville, and Jan- ice Durham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Durham were hon- ored with a birthday dinner Sun- day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Durham. Janna Carol is 3 years old and Janice is 5. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Sonnie Durham of Gainesville, Mrs. Calvin Gil- bert, Linda and Nancy of Den- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jaegars and Mrs. Edna Lee of Nocona, and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Durham, Mr and Mrs. J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 September 1961

f From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. C. C. WARE, Sponsor Published in the Saint Jo Tribune September 22, 1961 LINDA DURHAM, Editor REPORTING STAFF SS ££ Wllllun Hogen ~ , _ Karen Fortcnberry Special Event* T,?r. Durham Senior Pi"88 Huddleston Senior Class Bobby Powell Sophomore Class Freshman Class _ FHA FFA Pat Dennis Belva Tallley Wanda Puckett John Huchtons ASSEMBLY A religious assembly was held Tuesday morning. Billy Moore led the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag and Mrs. Dill led a song before the introduction of the 1 t)eakerv ohn Henderson introduc- the new Baptist pastor, Bro. •liver, who in turn introduced o. Nobles, the guest speaker, .veryone enjoyed the assembly | program very much. BAND The Saint Jo High School Band accompanied the football team to Newcastle last Friday night. At half time they formed an S J and an N. Saturday the band went to Henrietta to march in the par- ade. The band is looking forward to marching at the football game this Friday night. ANNUAL STAFF The an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 September 1961

J \ r / SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Sept. 22, 1961 I • For Sale STARTED CHICKS, several breeds also started. Bred to -ay pullets. Muenster Hatchery. Muenster, Texas. (28-tfc) FOR SALE: Maytag Sales and Service, Hinds Clark. Nocona. (35-tfc) FOR SALE: Several acres good pasture land, 4 miles out on Forestburg Highway. If in- terested phone 2403. (36-tfc) |l953 Ford Victoria, 2 doorl hard top, real nice, V-8,| Standard Transmission $395.00] Endres Motor Co. MUENSTER, TEXAS While They Last . . . Hide-a-Beds New Hide-a-Beds Good Selections Nationally Adv. price 229.50 Trade-in . . . Old Sofa or Suite $85.00 DISCOUNT PRICE $144.50 "No Money Down; $12 Monthly Will Buy Any Hide-a-Bed In Stock TANNER'S 213 E. California HO 5-2312 Gainesville, Texas (42-2tc) • For Sale Wagon Wheel 5-Pc. Ranch Style Living Room Group Includes wagon wheel sofa, matching lounge chair, ranch oak coffee table, two matching end tables. National Adv. Price $239.50 Trade-in Old Suite 90.00 $1 4Q50 Sale Price ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 October 1961

\ \ Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell Isn't it nice that we have dif- ferent seasons in a year. I don't mean just the seasons of wea- ther, but the special holidays which come around every year to make life a little more ex- citing and take away the bore- dom (that is if anyone is bored in these days of busy, fast liv- ing). A series of these special days is the beginning with Hallo- we'en almost upon us. Next Tuesday evening, kids of all ages will be out spooking-it-up, dressed in every costume ima- ginable from clowns, ghosts and skeleteons to space-men, astron- auts, and men from Mars. Our 5 and 3 year olds, Ricky and Doug, have caught the ex- citement from television com- mercials and children's shows, and even two weeks ago were begging for new Hallowe'en suits for their jag around town Tues- day night, trick-or-treatin'. Almost every evening I find bits of paper on the floor, where they have been cutting on black cats, jack-o-lanterns and other seasonal tid-bits which they hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 October 1961

i I SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, October 27, 1961 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE K. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL. Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter. 1898. at the Post Office at Saint ro, 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 aame being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By Wylle Roberta County Agricultural A rent The third annual Plant Disease Short Course will be held at the A & M College of Texas on Nov. 20 and 21. The Short Course is tor Agricultural Chemical Co. representatives, plant pest oper- ators and all other interested in agricultural production. Identi- fication and control of cotton, vegetables, field crops and orna- mental diseases are to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 October 1961

4 - -SUUt « REBA STANFIELD Ho me De monstration News * Saturday, October 21 was Dist- rict IV 4-H Day at the Six Flags of Texas. Around 80 4-H members, parents, leaders, from Montague County made the trip, which was very worth- while. If you have not visited Watch Repairs REASONABLE RATES Nocona Jewelers 206 Clay Street this interesting place you should take the family soon. Some of you who did not have a vacation this summer might squeeze in a trip which is just a few hours' drive from Mon- tague County. It's a treat for young and old. • • • • Some beautiful geraniums are now blooming in yards in this area. Geraniums are very easy to start and to grow. There are hundreds of varieties. If you have geraniums in your home in winter remember they can- not stand temperatures of much higher than 65 degrees. You may have to keep them in an unused unheated bedroom or on a sun porch. They simply refuse to flourish and flower like Grand- ma's geraniums did in the kit- chen window. Modern cen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 October 1961

BAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, October 27, 1961 Old Timers Have Halloween Party Hallowe'en parties are pretty fcommon everywhere about this time of year. They are usually Vtry much alike in that the youngsters get dressed up in tunny or spooky costumes, play ftmes and have refreshments. But Mrs. W. T. Reynolds of Forestburg has departed from the usual somewhat with her parties which this year marked the 8th in succession. She is of the opinion that not only the younger set enjoys a good time and proved her point again last Friday nieht, with an Old Timers Hallowe'en party, es- pecially designed for the plea- sure and fun of folks in this area who are 70 years old or over. Mrs. Reynolds' home was dec- orated with the typical black cats, spooks and goblins, and •erily lighted with jack-o'lan- terns. The traditional little 'ol witch was on hand again this year, greeting guests as they arrived. She also made a sasha through the house on her broom and then disappeared, but is •ure to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 October 1961

JEHOVAHiS WITNESSES TO HAVE THREE DAY CONFERENCE AT MINERAL WELLS Jehovah's Witnesses will hold a three-day circuit conference in Mineral Wells, Texas, Nov. 3-5, at the Convention Hall. The announcement was made today by Lionel E. Corkins, presiding minister of the Bowie Congre- gation of Jehovoh's Witnesses. The Bowie Congregation has been invited to attend by the sponsors of the assembly, the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Brooklyn, New York. According to Mr. Corkins, the theme of the assembly will be "Assist One Another to Do God's Will." "In these critical times it is imperative for survival to do God's will and Christians should assist one another in this noble endeavor," commented Mr. Cor- kins, who will lead the local delegates. proper ration essential to profitable calf feeding College Station, October 23— Drylot feeding of calves weigh- ing from 250 to 400 pounds re- quires a mu:n better under- standing of fe'.din^ principles than does the reeding of heavier ones. I...

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