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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 December 1961

yrtffi mnE ... SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE-Friday, Dec. 29, 1961 ~"vl THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETEJK, E. L. POWELL. Publisher* K. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint •o, Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress, March S, 1887. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke _ $2.00 Outside Are* 92.90 Any erroneous reflection upon the chasncter, standing or repu- tation of any person, Ann or corpoatlon which may appear In the colnmni of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of Mate being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By WjrHe Roberta County Agricultural Agent At this time of year as we all look back over the accomplish- ments and troubles of the past year we naturally look over the extension program in the county. We see that the County Pro- gram Building Committee and all of its sub-committees were quite active in planning activit- ies to meet the county program goals. Four-H work in the cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 December 1961

RKBA BTANI'IELD II Home Demonstration News * tzx&tzzzz&az zssssBts&tsat Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal Now that Christmas Day has passed you may say "Just look at what they didn't eat!" or "What shall I do about left- overs?" Leftovers are a basic fact of life that can plague you or please you, depending on how cleverly you handle them. Some meals, of course, produce no leftovers. Pork chops, baked potatoes, individual salads and desserts are usually eaten. Roasts, stews, meat loaves, vege- tables and some desserts may not be consumed at one sitting. A wise planned will alternate the heavy leftover meals with the no leftover meals, to keep from being swamped with too many to handle at once. Beef can be served sliced cold or in sandwiches. Leftover poultry can be diced or creamed or served with rice, noodles, or crushed pineapple. It may also be made into a casserole or a geletin salad. • • • • Did you receive a poinsettia for Christmas? May have re- ceived them and w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 December 1961

« tv v*M SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 29, 1961 :% Becky, 4, Mike, 7, and Timmy, 2, children of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cole; Harriett, 1, and Janice, 3, chil- dren of Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Thurman; Curtis Don, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerral Don Goff. INGROWN NAIL HURTING YOU? Immediate Relief! few drops of OUTGRO® bring blessed relief from tormeutinar pain of Ingrown nail. OUTGRO toughens the skin underneath the nail, allows the nail to be cut and thus pre* vents further pain and discomfort. OUTGRO is available at all drug counters. REMOVE WARTS! \mazing 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 W® 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 AprosPfWS WtAR Aldridge Mobil Station G. F. Aldridge SA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 December 1961

jQe/etXe//efof HEADACHE For faster, more complete relief of headache, neuralgia, neuritis pains, take 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. Test STANBACK against any preparation you've ever used Hock mit* Ouiek Re ''if IADA(M. <7^ OIA (IM, Guaranteed by Housekeeping Here's wishing all our patrons and friends a year filled with luck, success and happiness. i Kyle's Texaco Station Kyle Waggoner "PERSONALS" * Nocona on ChrJttmas Dinner guests in the how# of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Meador on Christmas day were R. C. Slagle, Mr and Mrs R C. Slagle, Jr., and sons, Bob and Henry, and Mrs. Lillian Maxwell of Sherman and local residents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Field, Jr., and son, Stanton. Other guests of the Meadors during the Christmas holidays were Miss Sara Meador of Still- water, Okla, and Mrs. Grady Sloan and daugh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 29, 1961 DYE MOUND NEWS by Mildred W. Norvell Rev. L. C. Landers of Fort Worth delivered an inspiring sermon Sunday morning after Sunday School. Visitors were his wife, a sister-in-law, and Mrs. Mark Landers. A nice crowd was present Sunday evening for the "Christ- mas Tree" with a film of the Town of Fethlehem and a short prorgam. Two nice pieces were played on the piano by John Cable Moulder of Saint Jo and was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Hunt and Charlie of Mineral Wells were guests Friday night of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Young; they were also visitors of relatives at Saint GENERAL REPAIR AND Mechanic Shop CLAYTON BROS. PHONE 2289 Bark of First National Batik SAINT JO, TEXAS Jo, besides here, during the holidays. Miss Bemice Baker of Ama- rillo and Mr. and Mrs. Daile Mitchell and daughter of Saint Jo visited Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Baker and sister, Martha Mae; also with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 December 1961

t,. Peabody Mews By Mrs. W. E. Woods Mr .and Mrs. J. P. Embry and Dewey visited Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dunn and boys Friday night. Miss Bernice Baker of Amar- illo is spending the holidays To you and your tamily and friends! ORCHID CLEANERS ~tk GULF Service Station Leroy Pitman with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Baker and family. Guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cook and family and Mrs. Dora Cook were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Landers and fam- ily of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Ozza Hunt and Charles of Min- eral Wells, Mrs. Lloyd Lough, Sandra and Terry of Sundown, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Powers, Mr. and Mrs. John Cook of Saint Jo, and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Young. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Busby of Cleburne spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bowen. Visitors in the D. L. Bowen home during the Christmas holi- days were Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Derichsweiler, Debbie and Ron- nie of Lewisville, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bowen and Butch of Dal- las, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Flannigan and Donna of Hous- ton, Mrs. Bob Dunn and Carol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 29, 1961 £1 D • For Sale HOUSE CLEANING Needs a Good Grooming. Call 995-2250. Also parties and free gifts. Your Stanley Dealer. (5-tfc) NEW NECHI-ELNA Automatic Sewing Machine. $147.50 Phone 2550, Orchid Cleaners. (43-tfc) BIG SALE On All Winter ♦ SUITS ♦ COATS ♦ DRESSES ♦ HATS V3 and V2 off GILBERT'S Dept. Store NOCONA, TEXAS • For Sale FOR SALE: One poll hereford bull about 20 months old. Bill Riph, Phone 8-0503. (4-2tp) j-Vi " /.. I LI'—* 20% Discount : on silfskin girdles AT GILBERT'S Dept. Store NOCONA. TEXAS • For Sale FIREWORKS for sale. Two miles west of Saint Jo on Highway 82. Sale begins Fri- day, December 15. (3-2tc) FOR SALE: Maytag sales and Service, Hinds Clark, Nocona. (35-tfc) FOR SALE: 20* x 32' Frame Building, almost new. Call 2556 or 2674. Glenn Lovett. (4-tfc) • For Rent FOR RENT: Lovely Apartment, 3-room, bath, furnished; also garden, small cow pasture. Newly decorated. $20 per month. Phone 995-3314. Ruthie King. (5-tfc) F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 January 1963

1 The • r . a1nt Jo Serving Wide Area of Montague and Cooke Counties In Northwest Texas Established In 1898 VOLUME 65 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1963 NUMBER 6 Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell Like any other trade, the newspaper business has its own set of peculiarities. I wouldn't attempt to give you complete details of these, but One aspect of this business which is quite interesting is the mail we re- ceive each day. I must confess that there are many pieces of mail that we place in File 13 without even opening it. Otherwise, we would have to hire a professional mail opener and examiner. But there are a few articles that we re- ceive which are unusual and interesting. One of these is a little tabloid paper, entitled "The Echo." It is published at the Huntsville State Prison and entirely writ- ten and edited by inmates of the prison. It is very similar to the Tribune in size, except it is published only once a month. And the context is. needless to say, q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 January 1963

|A.~ •■r SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, January 4, 1963 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers 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 $3.00, plus 6c Sales Tax Outside Area $4.00, plus 8c Sales Tax Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation 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. TEX/S /P62- RESS ASSOCIATION CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: ISAAC DARLING, De- fendant, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED to appear before the Honorable District Court of Montague County at the Court- house thereof, in Montague, Texas, by filing a written answer at or before 10 o'clock A.M. of the first Monday next after the expiration of for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 January 1963

REBA oTANFIELD " Home D emonstration News * SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, January 4, 1963 Do you serve blackeye peas for good luck on New Year's Day? Just how this tradition originated is lost in the folklore passed from one generation to the next. Since blackeye peas were first grown in the South prior to the Civil War, the tradition most likely started there, reports the Agricultural Marketing Service. There is am- ple luck in store for you in '63 if luck can be measured by the ample supplies of blackeye peas. Some say that the custom hinges on the supersistition that those who eat blackeye peas and l| cornbread—both inexpensive and humble foods—show their humil- ity and thus save themselves from the wrath of the heavens because of the vanitay they might have. Another theory is that in the hard years after the Civil War, many soutern fam- ilies had nothing more for a holiday feasting than a hog jowl, blackeye peas and corn- bread. Any good luck they had in the new year was at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 January 1963

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 January 1963

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 January 1963

Come by for A Delicious Hamburger - Hot Dog or Barbecue Sandwich from THE DAIRY SPOT Geo. D. Pedigo INSURANCE AGENCY SAINT JO TEXAS "We Insure Anything Insurable" Phone 995-2424 OTTO HOLLAND District Manager WALTER COLLIER AGENT Phone 2681 8aint Jo Foxworth Galbraith LUMBER COMPANY Reliance Homes Phone 2342 D. H. Mitchell Farm, Ranch, and City Real Estate Ph. 2441 Saint Jo Service Station GAS — OIL — ICE WASH & GREASE PHONE 2388 SAINT JO Weed's Station Gas - Oil - Groceries West on Highway 82 F. C. PRICE Supplier of Sinclair Products Goodyear Tires & Batteries 8aint Jo, Tens SAINT JO TELEPHONE CO. Don't Run — Reach for Your Phone Phone 2300 Saint Jo KINGERY DRILLING CO. Phone 2309 Saint Jo WRIGHT & FIELD Auto - Fire - Life Insurance H. D. Field, Jr. Dial 2292 Clyde W. Yetter, Jr. Saint Jo JOE FARRIS PRODUCE Carnation Dairy Products Carnation Ice Cream Lane's Broadbreasted Fryers Grade A Caged Eggs Fresh Country Vegetables PAPER SHELL PECANS FOR BALE Phone 2328 SAINT JO J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 January 1963

"PERSONALS" Lowell D. McCollum of Min- eral Wells visited with his mother, Mrs. Lee McCollum over the holidays. Allene Fowlks of Paducah, Ky., visited with Mrs. McCollum, also. Guests during the holidays of Mr. and Mrs. Allen McGrady and her mother, Mrs. D. C. Berry, were the McGrady's children, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Forrest and children of Sanger, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve McGrady and daugh- ter of Electra. Guests of Mrs. John Raymond last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Raymond and children, Sheila, Jimmy and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stout, all of Tulia, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ebensberger and sons, Gary and Grady of Dallas. The Roscoe Raymond family and Mr. and Mrs. Stout were also visiting Mrs. Raymond's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Lawson. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dennis during the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dennis and children of Lubbock, Mrs. Shirley Dennis and sons of Bridgeport, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boyce of Lewisville, Bill Parr of Kingsville, Mr. and Mrs. Ray...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 January 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, January 4, 1963 ' Forestburg News By Velma Freeman Christtmas holiday visitors of Mr. ahd Mrs. Jack Miller and Rex were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Milier, Mr. and Mrs. Hop Scott, and Sam Miller, all of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fehoglio of Messuite, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of Lubbock, and Jack Tompkins of Montague. Those present in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. La'nders and Mickey Christmas night were, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Landers and children, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Paul Keating, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Landers and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Don La'nder and children, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Simmons and children, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Landers and children, all of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Landers and children of Saint Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Landers and children of Henrietta, Bon- nie ana Peggy Umberson of Nocona, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bell of Bowie, Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Landers and children of Altus, Okla., Mr. and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 January 1963

""Tte ■:"C ; The aint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Montague and Cooke Counties In Northwest Texas VOLUME 65 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1963 Established In 1898 NUMBER 7 Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell This week you will find a special section in the Tribune, honoring the youth of Montague County, who participate in 4-H Club work, in connection with National 4-H Club Week, Janu- ary 7-13. We received many interesting stories about the work of local clubs from Wylie Roberts and Mrs. Reba Stanfield, County Ex- tension Agents, who work with these young people. With the support of Saint Jo businesses, the Tribune was able to give many columns of space to these news stories. Please read their ad and tell them you read them next time you're in that place of business. Too much cannot be said as to the tremendous value 4-H Clubs have in shaping and molding the lives of boys and girls. It is one of the most worthwhile of all such youth organizations. Youngsters...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 January 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, January 11, 1963 «« {~ THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers 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 $3.00, plus 6c Sales Tax Outside Area ... $4.00, plus 8c Sales Tax Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation 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. TEX/S /P62 RESS ASSOCIATION CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: ISAAC DARLING, De- fendant, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED to appear before the Honorable District Court of Montague County at the Court- house thereof, in Montague, Texas, by filing a written answer at or before 10 o'clock A.M. of the first Monday next after the expiration of fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 January 1963

CM I** SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, January 11, 1963 HUNT'S 2 STORES JOIN IN THIS MIGHTY COMBINED CLEARANCE SALE THIS SALE IS FOR S DAYS ONLY - SALE BEGINS TODAY - ENDS SATURDAY - JANUARY 19 WE LOSE - YOU SAVE ON MEN'S FINE JACKETS HUGE TABLE OF NEW SPRING PIECE GOODS Full bolts, first Af . quality. Hurry! ZiV> yd. LESS THAN HALF PRICE ON Boys' Warm JACKETS Zipper, quilted lining. Size 8 only. QQ $4.98 value, d I. 90 HARD-TO-BELIEVE SAVINGS ON Women's 1 See these to believe it. $5.95 and better values. $2.99 WARM-UP TO THIS BARGAIN IN MEN'S Hooded SWEAT SHIRTS The good one. $2.98 Value $2.25 Less than wholesale cost and a lull selection. $17.95 Jackets $12.50 $12.50 Jackets $9.95 $7.50 Jackets $4.95 MEN'S COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS Were $1.98 NOW J| MEN'S BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS ATTRACTIVE PRINTS, ELASTIC ALL AROUND WAISTS, QA CA COAT STYLE. Sizes A To Extra Large. .aV CLEAN SWEEP ON MEN'S BETTER Long-Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Big selection. $2.98 to QA AA $4.95 Values $£.09 GOOD UNBLEACHE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 January 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, January 11, 1963 it i) PERSONALS Recent guests of Mrs. Bay Williams were her sister, Mrs. L. G. Murray and her daughter, Mrs. Carl Bryant and daughter of Whitesboro. Miss Christine Rollnan of Muenster came here recently to live with Mrs. Tom Field as a companion. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bailey during last weekend were their niece, Mrs. Sara Ruth Grove of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Atha of Nocona. Other guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bailey were Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Waters who had been visit- ing their son, Herman Waters, Jr., and his family in Chickasha, Okla., who were enroute to Dallas where they are living temporarily. Guests during the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. John Holland were Mr. and Mrs. James Holland and children, Tammie and Marty of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Wel- don Holland and children, Tony and Montie of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Red Cunningham of Prairie Valley, Mrs. Imogene Brewer and children, Terry, Gary and Channel Lynn of Fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 January 1963

REBA tsTANFIELD « Home D emonstration News * SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, January 11, 1963 The year 1963 will bring something new in household ap- pliances. One manufacturer will have an upright home freezer that will hold 357 pounds of foods and will defrost satisfac- torily and automatically every twenty-four hours. The freezer is gas-operated. Another company will have window air conditioners that look like an atrractive piece of furniture. The newest thing in sewing machines will be a push button model. Just push a button and get the stitch you want. It uses no attachments, discs or cams. • • • • Some recent research has been done at Texas Experiment Sta- tions on freezing of cream pies. As a result of the study, here are the recommendations for homemakers: It is best to freeze the pie filling and crust separately, then combine the two when ready to use, or put the frozen filling in a freshly baked crust. The shell may be baked on the outside of the pan, removed, frozen an...

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