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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 March 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, March 29, 1963 i B is Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bowen re- turned home Monday from Lewisville, Texas where they had been staying the past ten days with their daughter and family, the Irvin Derischweilers. Shirley and her husband, Irvin have a new baby, Judy Lyfin. Hugh and Elwood Bowen went there Sunday to bring them home. CORRECTION . . . Frank Caldwel is not a relative of the boys who were arrested in Saint Jo last week for stealing a car in Lenna, Mississippi, and abandoning it in Arkansas. GEO. O. PEDIOO INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE BROKER ST. JO SHAMROCK STATION Tommie Collier and James Hendricks CONTINENTAL OIL PRODUCTS Phone 995-7423 D. H. Mitchell Real Estate 16 Years Experience PHONE 995-2441 Listings Appreciated SAINT JO SCOTT BROTHERS HARDWARE STORE Phone 2288 PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled "We Give Frontier Savings Stamps" Phone 2332 Saint Jo POWELLS BARBER SHOP SAINT JO, TEXAS CURTIS MARTIN WELL SERVICE RODS, TUBING, SWABBING TELEPHONES: ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 March 1963

"JJP 'V.' i-n,>#- 4..f /' v*«Cj \J^ J '>;« /T SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, March 29, 1963 From THE PANTHERS' DEN principals re-employed at board meeting At the regular meeting of the Saint Jo High School Board of Education, Joe E. Canafax was re-emplolyed as grade school principal and teacher, subject to place assignment for the year 1963-1964. H. E. Arledge was re-employed as high school principal and coach subject to place assign- ment for the year 1063-1064. The Board set as Easter holi- days Saturday, Sunday and Mon- day, beginning on the 12th of April and designated Tuesday, April 16 as the day to resume classes. School will close on Muy 24. All examinations will be given on May 22-23 and school will dismiss at regular time on these days. Busca will run at the rug- ular time on these dayu, and May 23 will complete 175 daytt of instruction. On Friday. May 24 all teachers ttHWWH W W W ttWW WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWHtt«ia )«WWW« WWa fi The children of Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin re...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 March 1963

- t SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, March 29, 1963 • M} Our First Nuclear Ship This is a photo of the 22,000- ton N. S. (for nuclear ship) Sa- vannah, the world's first nuclear powered cargo-passenger ship. The Savannah is on a port-by- ; port schedule that will take the , ship to major seaports through- , out the United States. The N. S. Savannah is named for the S. S. Savannah, the first vessel using steam to cross the Atlantic some 144 years ago. It took the original Savannah near- ly a month to travel from Savan- nah, Ga., to Liverpool, England , on this historic voyage back in 1819. i The nuclear Savannah, is able I to operate on longer runs at high- er sustained speeds and is able to i carry larger cargoes than con- i ventional steamships today. Rea- I son? Its re actors require much ! less space than conventional oil- j burning- equipment and fuel ' tanks. The nu -l.ar vessel was devel- oped jointly by the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission and the Maritime Administration of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 April 1963

( , r AINT JO Serving Wide Area of Montague and Cooke Counties In Northwest Texas Established In 1898 VOLUME 65 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1963 NUMBER 19 Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell As I was taking my small son to school this morning, I could not help noticing how well Spring was doing this year, in her job of dressing up our little town of Saint Jo. The lilac bushes are in full bloom with their soft sweet fra- grance sending perfumed scents through the air. The beautiful bright colored tulips are just popping their heads up, proudly, as if they think they are the only spring flower. The depend- able Iris is flounting yellows, purples and other Easter egg colored blooms, bordering flower beds, grouped in clusters, and in a wide edging near the high- way for all travelers to view. The Redbud trees are dotted around town like butterflys, spreading their loveliness every- where, even along the country- side. Nearly all the other big old trees are wrapping ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas TRIBUNE - Friday, April 5, 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 S, 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. FARM BRIEFS By Wylie Roberts, Jr. County Agricultural Agent Some new bulletins have been received that you may be in- terested in are: MP-572, "Know Your Fertilizers," B-995, "What You Should Know about Plant Diseases," and the 1963 Guide for Controlling Cotton Insects, No. L-218. These and all other bulletins are available to you for the asking from our office. • * • • If...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 April 1963

REBA STAMVIIIJ "Home Demonstration News * There is a vegetable for al- most every menu used. Vege- tables—fresh, canned, frozen, or dried—contribute interest and variety in countless ways. Vege- tables are also important in the diet for general good health. Why not try broiling some vegetables? If your range has a broiler unit you will find it use- ful for cooking vegetables. Broil- ing is a quick and easy method to use. Both raw and leftover cooked vegetables may be broil- ed. Raw potatoes, onions, egg- plant, and tomatoes are good when sliced and broiled. Place the vegetable on the cold broiler rack, sheet of foil or in a shal- low pan. Brush with butter or other cooking fat. Place the rack MI«NTY Ml (WIT WANT ADS WORK E--W/ P' about three inches from the source of heat and broil the vegetables until tender. Usually the vegetable should be turned once during the broiling period. When it is done on one side, turn and brush again with fat. and finish broiling. Salt after- wards. w m...

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

SAINT JO (Texas TRIBUNE - Friday, April 5, 1963 Mr. and Mr. W. W. Martin Observe 50th Anniversary !*««**' * , Wm —Photo, Courtesy Kent Bellah Studio MR. AND MRS. W. W. MARTIN Mrs. Darrell Miller of Coman- che, Okla.; five sons, Troy Martin of Paramount, Califs Johnny Martin of Lawton, Okla., Roy James Martin of Saint Jo, Riland Martin and Eugene Martin of Fort Worth. Guests were served punch and cake from a table laid with a crocheted cloth over white linen. A floral arrangement was used as a centerpiece. Gold punch served in crystal emphasized the color scheme for the occasion as did the traditional three tiered wedding cake iced in white with gold leaves. The cake was topped by the numeral "50" encircled by a wreath from which wed- ding bells were suspended. Alternating at the serving table and guest book were Mmes. Eugene Martin, Charley Kuros- ky, Riland Martin, all of Fort Worth. Out-of-town guests here for the occasion included Arvil Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Martin and Dann...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 April 1963

Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal m m $5368686866 Mrs. Walt Ivins returned home Tuesday from the Nocona Hos- pital where she had undergone major surgery a week earlier. She returned to the hospital for a check-up Thursday. Mr a.nd Mrs. L. D. Childress attended funeral rites for Mrs. Maggie Bryant held in the Saint Jo Church of Christ Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Elsie Underdown and daughter, Cheryl of Conoga Park, Calif., arrived here Satur- day for a visit with her father, O. D. Braggs and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Braggs. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gilbert and daughters, Linda and Nancy of Denton were guests Thursday night of Mrs. Gilbert's mother, Mrs. J. H. Ayres. Linda and Nancy remained with their grandmother until Sunday when Mrs. Gilbert returned for them. Mrs. Ayres honored her daugh- ter with a birthday dinner Sun- day. Linda and Nancy spent Saturday night with their aunt, Mrs. Ruel Cannon and family. Mrs. Dora Henley of Saint Jo spent Saturday night with her son, Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 April 1963

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 April 1963

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 April 1963

,U- , SAINT JO (Texas TRIBUNE - Friday, April 5, 1963 "PERSONALS" Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Martin were in Decatur Thursday of last week to return her mother, Mrs. W. F. Crunk to her home there following a two weeks visit here with the Martin's. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bellah were her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Stewart and son, Tommy of Wichita Falls. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Martin were their sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Martin and sons, Dean and Keith of Bethany, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Martin and daughters. Donna and Bonnie with a friend, Jennifer Hazelwood of Fort Worth. ST. JO SHAMROCK STATION Tommie Collier and James Hendricks Phone 995-7423 D. H. Mitchell Real Estate 16 Years Experience PHONE 995-2441 Listings Appreciated SAINT JO SCOTT BROTHERS HARDWARE STORE 2288 PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled "We Give Frontier Savings Stamps" Phone 2332 Saint Jo POWELLS BARBER SHOP SAINT JO, TEXAS CURTIS MARTIN WELL SERVICE RODS, T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 April 1963

Mg ___ SAINT JO (Texas TRIBUNE-Friday, April 5, 1963 From THE PANTHERS' DEN grade school literary meet - cooke county junior college APRIL 5, 1963 7:30 p.m. - Declamation and Story Telling, Gym. APRIL 6, 1963 9:00 - General Assembly, College Gym. 9:10 - Spelling and Plain Writ- ing, 5-6, Room 111; 7-8, Room 113; Ready Writing, Room 109. 10:15 - Picture Memory, Room 114; Number Sense, Room 113. national beta club A local chapter of the National Beta Club, a leadership-service organization for high school stu- dents of America, was establish- ed on Monday, April 1, 1963, at Saint Jo High School, according to John Henderson. The National Beta Club, with over 2,750 local chapters and approximately 90,000 members in high schools of twenty-three states is now in its twenty-ninth year. Objectives of this non-secret, leadership - service organization are: to encourage effort, to pro- mote character, to stimulate achievement among its members, and to encourage and assist students to continue...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas TRIBUNE - Friday, April 5, 1963 News Report from fack Crain, State Representative at Austin 4*1 In writing my newsletter this week I would like to use two quotations made by one of the most beloved Americans that ever lived, Mr. Will Rogers. He was not only loved, respected and admired by the masses in the United States but also by people of the entire world. "Rumor travels faster, but it don't stay put as long as truth." The other quotattion, "The best way to condemn a Ihing is to know something about it." These two quotations were made in years gone by but in my opinion they are probably more applicable today than they were at the time Will Rogers said them. I would like compare the above quotations as related to the field of politics, and partic- ularly at the state level since this is the *evel which I am better acquainted. There are very few problems which have only one fide to them as they are presented to the Legislature, but deper ding on whether one is an op...

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

Bonita News By Lona Henry Many of you will remember Rev. and Mrs. Henry Penning- ton and her mother, Mrs. Vitte- toe, when he served as pastor of the Bonita Baptist Church and she taught here in the shcool. They came to this community first and taught on Post Oak Prairie. He has been an army chaplain for the past sixteen years, serving both at home and overseas. He is currently station- ed at San Antonio, leaving soon for Japan. Mrs. Pennington, Lena Ruth, their 15 year old daughter, and Mrs. Vittetoe are in Calif- ornia where Mrs. Pennington continues to teach. Rev. Pennington was here Sunday and visited in the Wagonseller home. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson spent the weekend in Sugden, Okla., where her mother con- tinues to be very ill at the home of her son and wife, the H. M. Taffs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Huber of Dallas and Mrs. Corrinne Bell of Nocona were weekend guests in the home of their mother, Mrs. Mary Admire. Mrs. Judy Mitchell of Dallas spent the weekend at the home of her paren...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 April 1963

4*' SAINT JO (Texas TRIBUNE - Friday, April 5, 1963 COUNTY 4"H MEMBERS TO ATTEND DISTRICT FAVORITE FOOD SHOW Four Montague County 4-H girls will participate in the third annual District IV Favorite Food Show in Big Town, near Dallas on April 6. Barbara Vanbebber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vanbebber, Route 3, Bowie, Lone Star Com- munity 4-H Club will represent Montague County in the fruits and vegetables group of the senior division. Ann Brown, member of the Bowie Commun- ity 4-H Club, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Brown of Bowie, will represent Montague County in the bread and cereals group of the senior division. In addition to receiving a high score at the County 4-H Favor- ite Food Show, the member must have a complete record book in foods works, and be a regularly enrolled member in the foods project, been regular in club meeting attendance, and be 14 years old or older by January 1, 1963, to be able to attend the district show. Exhibits will be set up on the Mall in B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

The aint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Montague and Cooke Counties In Northwest Texas VOLUME 65 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1963 Established In 1898 NUMBER 20 Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell EASTER Easter carries with it a lot of traditions and symbols. When Easter arrives we know that summer is just around the cor- ner and students and children get a vacation for school. Every- one has been shopping for sev- eral weeks, trying to get the family outfitted with new frocks and suits, not only for Easter Sunday, but for the summer months ahead. Boys and girls have been hav- ing parties, picnics, and Easter eggs hunts, during the week prior to Easter. They have near- ly as much fun at home, color- ing their eggs, making cute designs, and generally making a beautiful mess; then after their parties, re-hiding the eggs and hunting them over again, until the candy ones are melted and the boiled ones are cracked and broken. Easter is generally a time of happiness....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 12, 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. NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE County Court WARRANTY DEEDS Howard, Myra to Donnie Ray Orrell, et ux, All of Lot No. 12 in Block No. 136 of the original townsite of the town of Nocona. Yeargin, Wm. H., Jr., et ux to Leslie Combs, et ux, 171 7/10 acres of land out of the Benja- min McGaha Survey, Abst. No. 468. Harlow, Ray to Jimmy Ray Harlow, 10 acres of land, more...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal 32S333£$$31 Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Brawner Sunday afternoon were her mother, Mrs. Pearl Williams of Saint Jo; her aunts, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kirk and Mrs. Pearl Thomas of Fort Worth. Weekend guests in the O. A. King home were their son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald King and fam- ily of Richardson. Also visiting in the home Sunday afternoon were Mrs. King's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ivins of Saint Jo. Mrs. Arch Durham visited her sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brashear and Rev. and Mrs Fred Mesch in Oklahoma City Monday. K s BAKED HAM with DEVILED EGG CREAM JUNE PEAS NEW POTATOES g EASTER SALAD HOT ROLLS STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKE CLUB CAFE Forest and Edna Galmor SAINT JO £aSHSZ525ZSZ5H5^^WScWS2WS?5? Jffi252SH525HSZSH525Z5ZS2SH52SaSdS2S2S2S2SH5ZSa ''and they found the stone rolled away from th0 sepulchre,,, • ( Luke h ' LET US ALL ATTEND THE CHURCH OF OUR CHOICE EASTER MORN. COWAN VARIETY STORE SAINT JO Mrs. Ernest O'Neal accompan- ied Mr. and Mrs. Otis Howa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 12, 1963 Forsstburg FFA Rodeo Apr. 26-27 The Forestburg FFA Chapter will hold its annual FFA, FHA and 4-H Junior Rodeo at the Forestburg rodeo arena, April 26 and 27. Entry blanks to enter may be obtained from all local Vocational Agriculture teachers or County Agrciultural Agents, or by writing the Forestburg FFA Chapter, Forestburg High Schoool, Forestburg, Texas. Anyone that has not passed their 21st birthday prior to April 27 is eligible to enter. Entry fees for the five events of bareback bronc riding, bull riding, tie-down calf roping, girls barrel racing and ribbon roping is $4.00. Entry fees for foot rop- ing teams, composed of six or less members is $6.00 per team. To be officially entered, entry blanks and fees must be in the hands of the Forestburg FFA not later than April 24. Roland Reed of Fort Worth is the stock producer. Letter to The Editor U.S. 51483056 Headquarters Battery, USAAMC Fort Sill, Oklahoma Dear Sir: Recently, some...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

I "Home "" Demonstration News * Easter time usually brings some activities and means many things to many families. Along with Easter and springtime are sewing and cooking around the home, not to mention spring cleaning. There are cakes with light textures and bright flavors, such as the sponge, angel, and the chiffon. Of the three cakes the sponge has the longest history. It's centuries old and its ori- ginal name was Savoy cake. The elegant Italian House of Savoy hung its label on this delicate yellow cloud sometime around the 11th century. In the 13th century, four beautiful daugh- ters of Savoy became occupants of royal thrones and took with them the family's cake recipe and spread its goodness far and wide. Angel food cake originated in Saint Louis around 1890 with a restauranteur whose name was S Sides. He featured it daily in his elegant dining loom. He tried to keep his recipe a secret, but in time, the cakes were made and shipped abroad. Mr. Sides told of a secret powder tha...

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