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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 October 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, October 27, 1961 Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal Buster and Edna Roach visited their cousin, Mrs. W. H. Admire and family at the funeral home in Saint Jo Sunday night and attended funeral rites for Mr. Admire at the Saint Jo Church of Christ Monday afternoon. Others from here attending Mr. Admire's rites were Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Childress. Mrs. Pete Ivins. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Greg- ory, Mrs. Mack Thweatt and Mrs. J. H. Ayres. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ivins were at the Nocona Hospital Thursday for the removal of the cast from Mrs. Ivins' fractured arm. They also visited Mrs. Lois Parks of Saint Jo, who was a surgical patient there. They were Mon- tague visitors before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. O'Neal were Gainesville visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rice of Pleasanton spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Durham and family. Mrs. Rice and Mrs. Durham were former schoolmates. Eld. Winstead Cooper of No- cona filled an appointment at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 October 1961

<A From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. C. C. WARE, Sponsor Published in the Saint Jo Tribune October 27, 1961 LINDA DURHAM, Editor Boy's Sports Girl's Sports Special Events _ Band Junior Class Senior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class . FHA FFA reporting staff William Hogen Karen Fortenberry Linda Flusche Calvin Durham Sadie Huddleston Bobby Powell Pat Dennis Belva Tallley Wanda Puckett John Huchtons | the south end. In the center of i the field they formed a field goal and played a song featuring the majorettes, Rebecca and Eualane. They then formed an "R" which stood for Rams and a J "P" which stood for Panthers. Saturday the Band went to j Denton for the North Texas HONOR ROLL SENIORS: Linda Durham, Judy Thweatt, Carolyn Weed. JUNIORS: Linda Flusche. Karen Fortenberry. SOPHOMORES: Patricia Den- nis. John Huchtons, Gary Car- ter. FRESHMEN: Jo Ann Brown, James Cannon. Billy Carver, Carol Lampkin, Belva Talley, Calvin Durham. EIGHTH GRADE: Monte Cook, Elvin Dennis, Rebecca Mosley, Eddi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 October 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, October 27, 1961 8 • For Sale NEW NECHI-ELNA Automatic Sewing Machine. $147.50 Phone 2550, Orchid Cleaners. (43-tfc) Field Enterprises Educational Corp. presents World Book Encyclopedia and Child Craft. Hazel Reed, representative. Phone 8-5052. Saint Jo. (48-3tc) NEWLAND Plumbing & Appliance "RCA" Victor Television Frigidaire Appliances 114 B. Clay Phone 825-3748 NOCONA, TEXAS PASTURE LAND FOR SALE . . 118 acres. $90.00 per acre. 4 miles from Saint Jo on For- estburg Highway, Yi royalty. Mrs. H. Donnell. (43-tfc) FOR SALE: Take up payments on Singer Slant-O-Matic. Call Jackson's Grocery, Phone 2452, Saint Jo, Texas. (45-tfc) • For Sale FOR SALE: An electric re- frigerator. Mrs. Willis Reed, Phone 2797. (48-ltp) PEARS FOR SALE: Mrs. Lee McCollum Orchard northwest of town on Highway 82. (41-tfc) FOR SALE: Maytag bales and Service, Hinds Clark, Nocona. (35-tfc) FOR SALE: New and used trac- tors and farm implements. Muenster Equipment Co., Inc. "Yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 November 1961

\ I \ V Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell In a town the size of Saint Jo it is not possible to have a Chamber of Commerce, or even several service clubs in which the men of the town can par- ticipate. We are fortunate, though, to have an organization here which serves this community in the same capacity as these other clubs, plus providing untold help and assistance to the youth of Saint Jo. I am referring, of course, to the Optimist Club. The accomp- lishments of this organization and those men who are interest- ed in the work of the Optimists, are many. If, by chance, you have overlooked or forgotten these accomplishments, I'd like to mention a few: Organized an industrial found- ation; Built a Little League Base- ball Park; Built a Boy Scout House; Raised Funds for Boy Scouts and Camp Fire Girls; Sponsored the pre-Christmas Trade's Day many years; Helped acquire the doctor who comes twice a week and tried to ac- quire a full time doctor and dentist, also spent much time and effor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 November 1961

} 6AINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Nov. 3, 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 'o, 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 Mme being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By Wylle Roberto County Agricultural Agent Don't forget that now is the i time to treat peach trees for ( peach tree borer control. There are two materials that can be used around the trunk of the tree at this time of year. They are paradichlorobenzene crystals, commonly called PDB, or ethy- lene dichloride emulsion. The PDB crystals should be Used between October 20 and November 15 when the soil ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 November 1961

•>- .^sssaj= reba stanfield J « Ho me De monstration News * Are you wondering about what annual flower seeds might be planted outdoors this fall in order to get earlier bloom in the garden next year? Most an- nuals which sell-sow are hardy and can be sown outdoors in the jail, depending on the section of the country. One precaution is to sow where seeds will not be washed away by winter rains and melting snows. Another precaution is not to plant too early in the fall, since the seeds might germinate be- fore the ground freezes. The following annuals are usually hardy: poppy, balsam, bachelor's button, calendula, cosmos, zin- HEARD' S HARDWARE FURNITURE & APPLIANCES P.O. Box 405 Ph. TO 2-1451 BOWIE, TEXAS "We Served Your Grandparents" nia, four o'clock, larkspur, pe- tunia, sweet pea, snapdragon, and sweet alyssum. Sweet peas may be planted just betfore the ground freezes, and cover with compost, straw, or other mulch, to be removed in the spring. • • • • If you have to plan a...

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

( SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Nov. 3, 1961 • For Sale NEW NECHI-ELNA Automatic Sewing Machine. $147.50 Phone 2550. Orchid Cleaners. (43-tfc) Field Enterprises Educational Corp. presents World Book Encyclopedia and Child Craft. Hazel Reed, representative. Phone 8-5032. Saint Jo. (48-3tc) • For Sale NEWLAND Plumbing & Appliance "RCA" Victor Television Frigidaire Appliances 114 B. Clay Phone 825-3748 NOCONA, TEXAS FOR SALE: Two Maternity Dresses (one gray wool and one brown corduroy). Practic- ally new. Size 10. Phone 2445. (49-ltc) Sophomore Class RUMMAGE AND BAKE SALE November 4,1961 1 o'clock Shorty Thompson Bldg FOR SALE: Take up payments ■on Singer Slant-O-Matic. Call Jackson's Grocery, Phone 2452, Saint Jo, Texas. (45-tfc) FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet Long Wheel Base Truck, 3 Set Side Boards, 1 Tarpaulin. See Mary McGrady. ((49-ltp) FOR SALE: Maytag sales and Service, Hinds Clark, Nocona. (35-tfc) Professionals I* YOUR DOCiOR'S "O PRESCRIPTION WILL f BE SAFELY FILLED WATTS...

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

Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell Saturday, November 11, is Veteran's Day (or Armistice Day). To the younger generation this is usually just another holiday and not even as impor- tant as some others they cele- brate. Armistice Day is a legal holiday in 23 of our 50 states and usually observed in the others by a proclamation of their governor. Even to my own generation, Armistice Day is something we read and studied about in his- tory books. We know it was a great day and most usually show respect and reverence for what it represents, the freedom of the United States. We are grateful for those who fought and died for this freedom. But there are some to whom Armistice Day brings memories, real and close to their hearts. There is a lady in Saint Jo who remembers that day in 1918, when all the joy and gladness of an end to war and what was to be the beginning of eternal peace. Mrs. Jack Howell still has in her possession a flag which she proudly carried in a parade in Corsicana on that...

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

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Nov. 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 ro, Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress, March S, 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 aame being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By Wylle Roberta County Agricultural Agent Most livestock owners have now probably heard or read about the Southwest Animal Health Research Foundation. It is an organization of livestock producers organized for the pur- pose of fostering research and educational programs in ani- mal health, diseases, insects and parasites to the end that live- stock will be free of these haz- ards. The toll exacted...

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

I 4t 3C3SC0S REBA 8TANFIELD « Ho me De monstration News * Some days everything runs smoothly and other days . . . somebody goofed! Even the best cooks make mistakes. The phone rings, and while you're making plans for the club tea, the Lima beans go dry and the un- delightful aroma of scorch fills the air. The baby cries, and when you get back from soothing him, you absent-mindedly add more salt to the gravy. What to do? Can these costly failures be salvaged? Some of them can. If you burn the beans, quickly dump the part that isn't stuck into another pan, and add enough water to complete the cooking. Don't put fresh water into a pan where there is scorch; it will merely ruin the flavor of the unscorched bits. When the fudge won't fudge you probably haven't cooked it enough. Scrape it back into a saucepan, add a teaspoon or LAST CALL FINAL MARK TAPPAN'S "JEWELERS" GAINESVILLE WILL Close Doors FOREVER JANUARY 31. 1962 Buy Now For Christmas Stock Very Complete two of water, and cook and...

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

~—r . -* ■ I SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Nov. 10, 1961 NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE • For Sale NEW NECHI-ELNA Automatic Sewing Machine. $147.50 Phone 2550, Orchid Cleaners. (43-tfc) Field Enterprises Educational Corp. presents World Book Encyclopedia and Child Craft. Hazel Reed, representative. Phone 8-5052. Saint Jo. (48-3tc) / NEWLAND Plumbing & Appliance "RCA" Victor Television Frigidaire Appliances 114 B. Clay Phone 825-3748 NOCONA, TEXAS FOR SALE: Take up payments on Singer Slant-O-Matic. Call Jackson's Grocery, Phone 2452, Saint Jo, Texas. (45-tfc) • For Sale FOR SALE: Cushman Motor Scooter, 1958 Model. Phone 2502 or contact Ira Carver. (50-2tp) FOR SALE: 1961 Valiant V-200. 4-door. Only 20,000 actual miles. Phone 825-6306, Nocona. (50-4tp) FOR SALE or TRADE: Admiral Refrigerator, 5 months old. $175.00. Call after 6 o'clock or weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Reed, Saint Jo, Texas. Phone 2797. (50-4tp) FOR SALE: 1948 Dodge, runs good, radio, heater, a n t i fre...

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

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. C. C. WARE, Sponsor Published in the Saint Jo Tribune November 10, 1961 LINDA DURHAM, Editor REPORTING STAFF Boy's Sports Girl's Sports Special Events ' Band Junior Class Senior Class „ Sophomore Class Freshman Class FFA William Hogen Karen Fortenberry Linda Flusche Calvin Durham Sadie Huddleston Bobby Powell Pat Dennis ... Belva Tallley Wanda Puckett John Huchtons PANTHERS DROPPED 48-6 BY RIVAL HORNETS When the Panthers arrived in Muenster Friday night, they played a team they were ex- pected to beat. With the Muenster team lead- ing 34-0 late in the first half, Bill Huchtons tore through the line for a Panther touchdown. The Hornets started another drive that ended in a touchdown, the extra points were good, and the first half ended with Muen- ster leading 42-6. In the second half the Panther defense stiffened and held the Muenster offense to only 6 points. While holding Muenster's of- fense down, the Panthers also had an offensive problem; they couldn'...

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

PERSONALS Miss Ewins Johnson and Mrs. Vera Holland have returned to their home In Liberal, Kansas, after spending last week with Miss Elizabeth Fleming and ^her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dennis were" guests Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Talley and Charles. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Talley were friends, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higginbothom of Burleson. Mrs. Edna Dowd and Mr. and Mrs. "Dub" Dowd were in Illi- nois Bend, Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dowd. Other guests in the Dowd home were Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Dowd and family of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Buck of No- cona. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wisdom of Mesquite visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davis last weekend. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cook last weekend were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Miller and Mrs. Hattie Monroe of Fort Worth were Sunday guests of Mrs. Monroe's mother, Mrs. Mat- tie Jones. Other recent guests in th...

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

\< ■ + \t. Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell The simple things in life seem to be getting more complicated every day. What used to be the usual quiet serene evening at home is now turned into blus- tery arguments over which tele- vision program to watch—or which meeting or activity shall we attend. We are all traveling at such a fast pace in life we hardly have time to even realize where we're going. Sometimes I think that most people don't really have a destination, but are just hurrying along with the crowd to see who gets there first. What used to be an every day and quite common pastime, and has now become a luxury very few of us can afford to find time far is reading a book. Our minds are so full of world news (which we are justifledly concerned about) and other local and na- tional current events, that we have forgotten what it is to become totally engrossed in a good wholesome book or novel. There would probably be less mental collapse and need for tranquilizers if more of...

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

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Nov. 10, 1961 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R, L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL. Editor Cntered 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 tame being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By Wylie Roberta County Agricultural Agent Next week November 17-23 is National Farm-City Week and Texas will join in with other states to observe it. Doyle Brisco, Jr., President of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers As- sociation has accepted the Chair- manship for this special week in Texas. Through the years, observance of Farm-City Week has played a significant role in creating bet- te...

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

I t The 115.5 inch wheel base of Ford's new Fairlaine line of automobiles places 1 between the Falcon (109.5") and the Galaxie (119"). With its Thunderbird-type roo: and classic styling, the car is clearly a member of the Ford car family. All of the twice a-year maintenance features introduced on the Galaxie are offered on the new Fairlane 1 he new Ford car line, which will be introduced in dealer showrooms on November 2 is available in two- and four-door models in both a Fairlane and Fairlane 500, which i shown above Rural Communities and Farmers To Get Loans for Water Systems Rural communities as well as farmers who suffer from the lack of good water for house- hold use, will benefit from legis- lation recently passed by Cong- ress a national credit leader said here today. Nonprofit organizations such as incorporated mutual water com- panies, drainage and water sup- ply districts, and cooperative water users' associations may now obtain low-interest rate, long term loans to develo...

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

BAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Nov. 17, 1961 Bonita News By Lona Henry October each year, and No- Ttmber, the J. H. Ayres cele- brate their birthdays as usual, Quietly, but this year the families got together and rolled the big Mlabration all into one, on or Mar her birthday, Sunday, Nov. IS. They came, 53 of them, load- ad with food, gifts and maid aarvlce, including a few friends to the complete surprise of the Ayres, even before they had time to put on their Sunday "bib and tucker." And that's not all! Tuesday, 14th, was actually her birthday, so Mrs. Bruce Porter, Mrs. Jim Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gregory practically invited themselves all In for lunch, and carried their HEADACHE for faster, more complete relief of bwdache, neuralgia, neuritis pains, tike STANBACK Tablets or Powders. STANBACK's S. A. (Synergistic Action) •-the combined action of several medically-approved ingredients in one easy-to take dose-eases anxiety and tension, starts bringing relief right away. ^ s...

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

I - > fOKESTBURG FT A HAS REGULAR MEETINO NOV. 9 The Forestburg FFA held their third regular meeting at 7:00 p.m. November 8. Twenty mem- bers attended the meeting. Dur- ing the business session, the fol- lowing items were passed: Dale Shults, Tommy Smith and Gary Perryman were elected to the chapter's refreshment com- mittee. Dale Hudspeth, Jerry Barnett and Danny Williams were elect- ed as the auditing committee. A committee composed of Tommy Smith, Max Brogdon, and Gary Perryman was ap- pointed to meet with the FHA and determine when the FFA and FHA annual trips could be taken. A motion was made and car- ried that the secretary write Adrian Parker to request the dates of May 27th and 28th of April for the Forestburg FFA rodeo. The chapter also voted to pay the meals and rooms for the leadership teams that go to state, if there are any. The refreshment committee served refreshments and the meeting was closed with the closing ceremony. HEARD' S HARDWARE FURNITURE & APPLIANCE...

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

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. C. C. WARE, Sponsor Published in the Saint Jo Tribune November 17, 1961 LINDA DURHAM, Editor REPORTING STAFF Boy's Sports Girl's Sports Special Events .... Band Junior Class Senior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class .. FHA FFA William Hogen Karen Fortenberry Linda Flusche Calvin Durham Sadie Huddleston Bobby Powell Pat Dennis Belva Tallley Wanda Puckett John Huchtons FOTTBALL QUEEN IS CROWNED On last Friday evening during the halftime intermission the Football Queen for 1961-62 was crowned. The band marched into for- mation of a heart and knelt down and awaited the arrival of the queen and her attendants. The Royal Party entered from the north end of the field in the bright red "carriage," the cour- tesy of the Newby-Ford Sales of Henrietta. The cheerleaders ■were flower bearers for the queen. As the Drum Major, John Huchtons, opened the queen's carriage the duchesses were met by their escorts. Freshman duch- 'ess, Virginia Ivins was escorted by Hersche...

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

REBA ST AN FIELD « Ho me D e monstration Newt * JANUARY MARRIAGE REVEALED FOR JO ELLA PRATHER AND TERRY KITE •It all goes on the grocery bill." According to a recent study made by the Agricultural Experiment Station and the United States Department of Agriculture's Economic Researvh Senice at Purdue University, REMOVE WARTS! Amazing Compound Dissolves Common Warts Away Without Cutting or Burning Doctors warn picking or scratch- ing at warts may cause bleeding, spreading. Now amazing Com- pound VV® penetrates into warts, destroys their cells, actually melts warts away without cutting or burning. Painless, colorless Compound W, used as directed, removes common warts safely, effectively, leaves no ugly scars. a number of interesting things were found out about the "gro- cery" bill. Almost 80 percent of the shoppers in food stores bought at least one non-food item. Six percent had only non- food items. As for the non-food items purchased tobacco led, with soaps, detergents, health and b...

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