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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 12, 1963 >f4: Botuta News By Lona Henry Mrs. Zola Milner and Mrs. Mary Admire were weekend guests in the home of Zola's daughter and family, the Russel Carters in Breckenridge, return- ing home late Sunday. Mrs. Theo Thompson, Mrs. Reece Price of Saint Jo, and Mrs. Mary Admire were all shopping in Wichita Falls on Monday of this week—shoe shop- ping that is. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson went to Sugden, Okla., last Sunday, where her mother continues to be Very ill at the home of her son, H. M. Taff. John returned home early this week. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Grammar of Gainesville, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Bertie Ayres of this community, are in Oklahoma visiting their brother, Glidewell Grammar and family this week. Just about all the girls in this community we've seen or heard about today were at Alice Buck's home making Easter bonnets. Alice is the demonstrator. Next Saturday afternoon, from 2 to 5 o'clock, friends of Mrs. Frances Atha wil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

CARD OF THANKS To all who were so thoughtful to me and remembered me with cards, prayers and visits while I was in the hospital, I am grate- ful; and for all that's been done for me since I came home. Mrs. Gus Livingston t • T 7 • i 3 ALL ATTEND THE UIUKCH OF OUR CHOICE m GREETINGS at Eastertime May Peace and Contentment and Happiness be yours to enjoy forever JACKSON GROCERY Edith and Buster Jackson The observance of the EASTER ' - t May it be celebrated in a man- F ner appropriate to the occasion •.••reverently and with full awareness of the sacrifice He made that we might live. f EASTER* GREETINGS FIRST NATIONAL RANK Member F.D.I.C. SAINT JO MML OOMCMKriOIII OttTRWT Ult Mil SUL * OR STRENGTH r On Saturday, April 6. 1963, the Upper Elm-Red Soil Conserva- tion District held its annual Land Judging Contest. This year's con- test was held at the National Guard Armory in Gainesville, Texas. Approximately 80 boys from several schools participated. The following is a list of the top fiv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

1I I SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 12, 1963 4-H GIRLS' CLUB MEETS AT SCHOOL The Saint Jo 4-H girls club met at the school Monday, April 8. Frieda Cook, president was in charge of the meeting. Pinkey Reeves is reporter for the club. The members who attended the foods show gave reports. Dayle Cook gave a report on the horse club meeting. The leader, Mrs. Wayne Cook, gave the certifi- cates of completion. Mrs. Reba Stanfield, Demonstration Agent, about the Dress Revue for May 11. Those present were Home talked slated Frieda Cook, Dayle Cook, Connie Ar- ledge, Sharon Lofland, J o n i Carter, Pinkey Reeves, Mrs. Stanfield and Mrs. Cook. ST. JO SHAMROCK STATION Tommy 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 Phone 2288 PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled "We Give Frontier Savings Stamps" Phone 2332 Saint Jo POWELLS BARBER SHOP SAINT JO, TEXAS CURTIS MARTIN...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

■ - • Tor Sale 10% DISCOUNT on 1962 model Refrigerated Air Conditioners- 14,000 BTU to 27,000 BTU. See Paul McGill, Appliance Dept., Montgomery Ward, Gainesville. Free estimate. (20-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) ONE-QUARTER to 1% horse- power electric motors in stock. Suitable for washing machines, pump jackets, etc. Community Lumber Company, Muenster, Texas. (14-tf) YORK AIR CONDITIONING . . . makes the difference!. The whole family will sleep better, eat better, feel better — when you have York air condition- ing. No matter what type of home or heating system you have, you can enjoy crisp, dry pollen-fresh air with York! Call for a free home survey now. Dwight's Electric Service, 121 Clay. Nocona. Phone 825- 3575 or 825-4805. (20-6tc) • For Sale FOR SALE: 5 room house with bath on Bogess Street. Contact Mrs. Cora Moore, Phone 995- 2247. (52-tfc) FOR SALE: Texa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 12, 1963 From THE PANTHERS' DEN SAINT JO GRADE SCHOOL WINS LITERARY MEET IN GAINESVILLE On Friday evening at 7 o'clock the Saint Jo Declamation group, composed of Bobby Dennis, Mary Edith Yetter, James Collier Cooksey and Martha Boggess went to Gainesville College to compete in the District Meet. They were fortunate in secur- ing two second places. In the junior girls division, Mary Edith won second, and Bobby Dennis won second place in the junior boys division. The second honor in the story- telling event was won by Sammy Parsons. This third grade boy is to be congratulated upon this accomplishment. On Saturday morning at 9:15 in Gainesville the grade school boys and girls competed in the various literary events and plac- ed in every event. In the spelling contest for fifth and sixth grades, Saint Jo scored 100%. John Paul Boyd and Larry Cook each had 100% papers which were scored on spelling and plain writing. These papers will be sent to t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 April 1963

Success of Serewworm Prowrcnti Depends on Rancher's Cooperation Officials in charge of the Serewworm Eradication Program report that some producers are "playing with fire" by not treat- ing wounds and infestations, and by not taking all precautionary measures in handling their live- stock. This attitude, if left un- changed, could cause the spread of screwworms throughout the entire state, officials said. The success of the program still rests squarely upon the producers. Screwworms are mov- ing progressively northward. Despite the relativesly small number of cases being reported, screwworms can gain a foothold quickly if they find great num- bers of untreated wounds on which to lay eggs. State and Federal workers and Foundation trustees plead with producers to keep up their vigilance and treat all worms before they can be- come attractive to serewworm flies. Livestock should also be sprayed with Co-ral or Korlan as often as practical. Stockmen are being asked to telephone LET US AL...

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

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 12, 1963 EDITOR'S NOTES . . . visitors in Saint Jo this week and stopped by the Tribune office for a short visit. They were on their way to Rogers, Ark., to visit a daughter and family of the Samples. Mr. Samples lived near here, in the Dye Mound community, for many years and knows a lot of people here. He sends a hello to all his old friends, neighbors and relatives. We enjoyed the brief visit and hope to see them again the next time they come through our town. April 13 thru 19 Saturday Frank Sinatra SOME CAME RUNNING — plus — Kerwin Mathews PIRATES OF BLOOD RIVER Sun. - Mon. - Tues. Tony Curtis Yul Brynner TARAS BULBA Wednesday MERCHANTS FREE SHOW ESCAPE FROM EAST BERLIN Thurs. - Fri. Kirk Douglas THE "HOOK" (A strange and compelling story) ADULTS 60c CHILDREN 25c CHIEF DRIVE-IN THEATRE Nocona, Texas THREE MEN SENTENCED IN DISTRICT COURT APRIL 1 District Court convened in Montague April 1 with Judge Hughes presiding in the trial of Lawrence...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 April 1963

The ai nt Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Montague and Cooke Counties In Northwest Texas VOLUME 65 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1963 Established In 1898 NUMBER 21 Thursday, Circus Day In Saint Jo Stars from Hollywood and Disneyland, including the fam- ous Whizz Kids, champion acro- bats and aerialists, LaSallis Duo, wire artists and jugglers, Re- becca Garner's famous perform- ing baby lions, Capt. Rooks and his troupe of prancing ponies, riding dogs and monkeys who appeared last winter on Inter- national Show Time TV, and many others in addition to pre- senting Big Bertha, largest per- forming elephant and Little Alice, smallest elephant on tour, all will appear in the program of the Fairyland Circus coming to Saint Jo for afternoon and Traffic Accident Report Given for Montague Co* The Highway Patrol investi- gated seven rural accidents in Montague County during the month of March according to Sergeant E. L. Stroud, Patrol Supervisor of this area. These wrec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 19, 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 8, 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, Arm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of s&me being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Commissioners Court of Montague County, Texas, will receive sealed bids at the office of the commissioners court May 2, 1963 at 10:00 o'clock A.M. for (1) Removal of the four en- trance doors, double, in the Montague County Courthouse on the main floor of the building including frame and transom, (2) removal of the four entrance doors, double, in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 April 1963

Bonita News By Lona Henry Mr. and Mrs. Doc Howard were dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. Darius McKay and family in Bowie on Friday night of last week. On Saturday they took Doc s mother, Mrs. Iza Howard of Nocona to Wichita Falls where she saw an eye specialist. Mrs. L. L. Newland was an Easter Sunday visitor of her parents, the Walter Baxters in their Fort Worth home. Mrs. Leta Fletcher arrived here on Monday of this week for an extended visit with her sisters, Mrs. Mary Admire and Mrs. Zola Milner. Mrs. Alvis Wilson is sick at her home here. Alvis's mothers, Mrs. George Wilson of Nocona is here with her. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Max- well and sons of West Columbia were weekend guests of his par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Max- well. Mr. a*nd Mrs. Beal Alley of Dallas were overnight guests of her sister, Mrs. Bertie Ayres on Sunday of last week. They were joined Sunday afternoon by the C. E. Ayres of the Starkey com- munity and the Ruel Cannons of the Capps Corner community. Mr. and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 19, 1963 / Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grimes of Long Beach, Calif., spent Wed- nesday to Friday with his aunt, Mrs. T. C. Henley and family, before going to Pottsboro to visit his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Grimes. Guests in the Henley home Sunday were Mrs. Henley's brother, J. B. Grimes of Saint Jo, and his daughters, Betty, Sharon and Marietta of Waurika, Okla. Also present were Mr. Henley's sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Isom Reed and Eddie of Mt. View and Mr. and Mrs. He'nry Huddleston of Saint Jo, and their grandchil- dren, Larry and Delores Barnett of Nocona; also the Henleys son, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Henley and children. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Durham, Linda and Janice spent the Easter holidays with Mrs. Dur- ham's father, Charles Sowell and family at Livingston, Tex. Eld. Winstead Cooper of No- co'na filled an appointment at the Church of Christ Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hughes, Ricky, Terry and Craig of Grand Prairie were w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 April 1963

"PERSONALS" Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Breeze and their children, Barbara, Janet and Cary of Tulia visited Mrs. Breeze's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Cole and other rela- tives here during the Easter holidays. Guests during the Easter holi- days of Mrs. Mable Ware and Mrs. M. A. Gammill were Mrs. Gammill's sons, Judge Louis T. Holland of Montague who was here on Sunday and Fred Hol- land and Mrs. Holland of Sher- man who were here on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James W. E. Airey III of Sherman visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Huchtons here during the holi- days. Guests i'n the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Reed for Easter din- ner and an egg hunt later were Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Reed of Muenster, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Reed and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Reed all of Saint Jo, Lee Lawson of Duncan, Okla., and Dale Ware of Ryan, Okla., who were guests of Miss Barbara Reed. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Ashley during the Easter holidays were their son, Raymond, student at N.T.S.U. in Dento...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 19, 1963 4 43 Guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Mitchell were their child- hood friends, Martin Bell and John Ray of Amarillo and John Berry of Seattle, Washington. Easter holiday weekend guests of the Mitchell's were their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. W. W. Gobson and Jeri of Fort Worth. Holiday weekend guests of Mrs. Eula Hilderbrand were her children a"nd their families, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Weaver and daughter, Valerie of Orange, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hilderbrand and children, Kent atid Kay of Elk City, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Cook who were also visit- ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cook. Mrs. Hilderbrand accompanied the Cook's back to their home in Midland for a visit there. ST. JO SHAMROCK STATION Tommy Collier and James Hendricks Phone 995-7423 D. H. Mitchell Real Estate 16 Years Experience PHONE 995-2441 Listings Appreciated SAINT JO SCOTT EROTHERS HARDWARE STORE Phone 2288 PEDIGO PHARMACY Prescriptions Filled "We Give Fron...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 April 1963

I • For Sale 10% DISCOUNT on 1962 model Refrigerated Air Conditioners- 14,000 BTU to 27,000 BTU. See Paul McGill, Appliance Dept., Montgomery Ward, Gainesville. Free estimate. (20-tfc) Vacation Time Is Near ♦ PLAY CLOTHES ♦ SWIM SUITS ♦ BEACH BAGS ♦ SANDALS ♦ PLAY SHOES ♦ SUN DRESSES ♦ STRAW AND BASKETWEAVE BAGS IN WHITE AND NATURAL GILBERT'S "Frontier Stamps" NOCONA FOR SALE: New and used trac- tors and farm implements. Mucnster Equipment Co., Inc. "Your Ford Tractor Dealer," Phone 65, Muenster, Texas. (29-tfc) ONE-QUARTER to 1% horse- power electric motors in stock. Suitable for washing machines, pump jackets, etc. Community Lumber Company, Muenster, Texas. (14-tf) FOR SALE: 1959 Ford pickup, custom cab, low mileage. Call Dick Thomas, 825-3346, Nocona. (20-4tc) HORIZON MANOR NURSING HOME Nocona Has vacanies for any type Nursing Care, including Intensive Care. Patient's taken under Welfare Pro- gram, or Private. Mr. & Mrs. Lindell O'Neal Owners Phone 825-3258 East Hwy. 82 Nocon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 19, 1963 News Report from Jack Crain, Stale Representative at Austin This 58th session of the Legis- lature is heading into the home stretch, so to speak—since May 7th will be the 120th days, and May 27th will be the 140th day which is the maximum time al- lowed under the State Consti- tution. The House Appropriation Bill has been passed and sent to the Senate several days ago. The Senate passed their version of an Appropriation Bill this week. As usual, the two bills have a noticeable difference so far as dollars and cents are concerned. These bills will now go to a con- ference committee, where the differences will be resolved, and a single Appropriation Bill will be drafted. This final bill draft will represent the monies to be spent for the next biennum by the various agencies and political subdivisions. Now that the amount has been determined as to what is necessary in the way of state expenditures, the legislative in- terest "now focuse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 April 1963

The aint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Montague and Cooke Counties In Northwest Texas VOLUME 65 Established In 1898 SAINT JO, MONTAGUE COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1963 NUMBER 22 * Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell Saturday, our family was priv- ileged to accept the hospitality of Six Flags Over Texas, as they invited all members of the Texas Press Association to spend the day there as their guests. Seldom, have we as a family, spent a more enjoyable day. Texas and her citizens have ample reason to be proud of this giant amusement center, located between two of our most color- ful and growing cities, Dallas and Fort Worth. Saturday was the opening day of this season for Six Flags, which has been in operation for only three years. Some 12,000 to 15,000 persons, from babies to grandparents, from every part of Texas, as well as many other States, were on hand to make it one of the biggest openings since its beginning. We arrived at the gate before 2 p.m. and met my mother and fat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 April 1963

1 SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 26, 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 reilection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, Arm 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. f /962 RESS ASSOCIATION News Report from Jack Cretin, State Representative at Austin I have had a most unusual experience this week, and it will probably be of interest to the more elderly citizens of Clay and Jack Counties. This experience of which I speak was a visitor who I had never met. Mr. J. I. Ballengee was the gentleman's name, and he was a former member of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 April 1963

V .b '■ V BY DORIS JONES I've never studied law and know very little about it. I've always been of the opinion that most of our laws in the United States were very good and I am very proud of our country. There is one law, however, which I neither understand, nor agree with. I do not understand wait- ing a few years to try a juvenile for a crihjie committed several years before. Recenty, I read an article in the paper about a fourteen year old boy who had killed a boy who was six years of age. Admittedly, this is a teri- rible crime. Something must be done since a killer cannot be allowed to stalk our streets and kill again. The boy was to be tried when he was seventeen years of age. This to my way of thinking is completely out of reason. It is like trying two separate boys for crimes. A fourteen year old thinks com- pletely different than a seven- teen year old. If your two year old played with matches and burned your house down, you would punish him. This is a terrible thing to ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 26, 1963 Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal 323C333C3C2 ««3a33333a Mr. and Mrs. Leland Thomp- son and baby of Waco spent Wednesday night and Thursday with his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tohmpson. Guests in the Thompson home Sunday were Mrs. Thompson's nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Geurin, Nocona. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Hilton, Elaine, Emma Lou and Brenda were guests Sunday of his broth- er, the Lewis Hilton family at Grand Prairie. Ernest O'Neal received a check- up in Nocona Monday. Mary Nell Brawner of Wichita Falls spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Brawner and Marion Otto Other guests were their son, Joe L. Brawner and family of Saint Jo. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. King were Nocona visitors Monday. Mrs. Calvin Gilbert, Linda and Nancy of Denton were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. J. H. Ayres and her sister, Mrs. Ruel Cannon and family. They all visited Mrs. Walter Cannon at Whitesboro Sunday. Mrs. Adrian Parker, Sheila Ann and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 April 1963

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, April 26, 1963 From THE PANTHERS' DEN LOCAL AGRICULTURAL BOYS ATTEND JUDGING CONTEST AT E.T.S.C. On Saturday, April 20, the judging teams from the local FFA Chapter went to East Texas State College in Commerce to engage in judging contests in three different areas: livestock, land, and dairy judging. In the livestock judging con- test the top ten winners were as follows: 1st, Garland; 2nd, Mansfield; 3rd, Whitesboro; 4th, Commerce; 5th, Grapevine; 6th, Maybank; 7th, Celina; 8th, Mes- quite; 9th, Saint Jo; 10th, Callis- burg. Representing Saint Jo in this contest were Ronny Parker, Billy Carver and Elvin itennis. The top ten winners in the dairy judging contest were 1st, Celeste; 2nd, Paradise; 3rd, Sher- man; 4th, Springtown; 5th, Tom Bean; 6th .Prosper; 7th, Mes- quite; 8th, Kaufman; 9th, Chico; 10th, Crandall. Representatives in this contest were Athel McMahan, Troy Edes and Mike Martin. In the land judging contest the top five winners were as fo...

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