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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 February 1939

FEBRUARY 0. 1939 STATE THEATRE Gainesville, Texas The Tradins Post FRIDAY — SATURDAY JACK BENNY JOAN BENNETT —in— "Artists and Models Abroad 99 ' —EXTRA— "March of Time" Free To Farmers FOR SALE: 4-1 Springer Jersey beifer. C. J. Seibold. FOR SALE: Model A Ford. Priced to sell. Two-door sedan. In good shape with good rubber. .1. F. Rich, Bonita, Texas. FOR SALE: Four work mules in good shape and ready to work. T. P. Mitchell, Star Route South, Saint Jo. FOR SALE: 1 B: lsd'ark wajon, Price Reasonable, Call or See— p j Martin, Route 2, ST. JO. PREV. SAT. NIGHT SUN. MON. TUES. < ENROL 1 FLYNN L -J THE DAWN PATROL BASIL RATH BON F. . DAVID NIVEN PLAZA GAINESVILLE FRIDAY — SATURDAY —A DDE D— JACKIE COOPER —in— "Scouts to the Rescue' SUN. MON. TUES. ''Little Tough- Guys in Society" FOR SALE: Oil leases nine miles north of St. Jo. F. J. Schink, Muenster. FOR SALE: Good yellow aent corn, 50c. White sure cropper, Wi- per bushel. R. A. Pilcher. I would be glad it the one who borrowed some ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1939

I The Saint Jo Tribune ESTABLISHED 1898 SAINT JO, TEXAS, FRIDAY FEBRUAY 17, 1939 Number 42 FUNERAL HELD FOR JOE CRUMP MRS. E. N. DUNBAR hostess TO II. D. CLU3 At The Theatres At the New Texas Theatre in Saint Jo: Fridays "Chan In Honolu u," with Sidney To'fer, Phyllis Brooks, Eddie Collins. Comedy, "His Best Friend". Saturday^ "Prido of the Navy," with James Dunn and Rochelle Hudson. Lone Ranger serial and Disney qartoon. Prevue Saturday night and Sun- day: "Woman Doctor with Frieda Inescort, Henry) Wi^soxon, Claire Dodd and Sybil Jason. "Filming Big Thrills" and "Fox News." Monday and Tuesday: "Fisher- men's Wharf" with Bobby, Breen, Leo Carrii o and Henry Armetta. Wednesday and Thursday: "Ken- tucky" with Loretta Young, Richard Greene and Walter Brennan. Car- toon, "The DaffyDoe" and Vaude- ville Interlude". At the Nocona in Nocona: Friday and Saturday: "Kentucky" with Loretta Young and Richard Greene. Prevue Saturday night, Sunday and Monday: "Stafoflemates," with Wallace Beery a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1939

FRIDAY FEBRUAY 17, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE w&it vr Tntwuj ■ aooontf rtus Oomitf, I. O. Hooper Frieda Meador ... u L. Hooper Otto Heiid cka ... at ta*, . <rn aMae at Mm Jt arte A at el Or^ jM o March 3*4. 1>. ■ „ PufeMkio • N«ws lUtllto* Advertising M^r .... Opera* < mcr, jV iX. S Y^EAR IN MOWTAOUB OOCWTY .... VANCE: W.u Nocona Theatre Prepare For Troub! It is no trouble at all to smile when you are luc' y and things a e coming your way. It's the senile that Is forced during hard luck that seems to almost crack your face. When times are good and you are msklng p?lnty of money, the furture does not worry you. But when adver- sity comes in any of its forms strikes, sickness, cropfa lure and calamities, then it is that the prudent man whoi has established a bank account will have something to lean upon. THIS BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION The First National Bank i SAINT JO, TEXAS Friday and Saturday February 17, 18 \ Heart-glowing tale of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1939

♦ «im M MMIII limn GEO. A WRIGHT WRIGHT & FIELD Fire Insurance H. D. FIELDS, JR. Saint Jo, Texas FRIDAY FEBRUAY 17, 1939 FRESH PURITY BREAD *T YOUR GROOB3R DiAILV Gainesville Baking Co. have filled ttOOl prescription! ((not we hare been In vbnsiBFss an^ Hit} have all been filled aa the joctor ordered. Let a* fill youra. WATT* BROTHERS PHARMAC Gainesville MM VIEW US ^s- O. A. Talley and W M S^te,-)2fited Mr' * ■ Talley Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J L Snapp and chil- dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Longford of Bonita. Do#© Pal of Banita, spent Satur- day night with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hurley. j were visiiors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hurley Sunday. We are glad to report that Isle Jo Martin Is attfe to be back in school this week. Mrs. Oem Hurd and Jtrry Don of Bailey were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Tucker Sunday). Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Talley, Asko Talley, Adis Tai'lfey, Arley Miller, Plois Miller and Marcus West visit- ed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Snapp Saturday nig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 February 1939

FRIDAY FEBRUAY 17, 1939 .4: * Classified! Want Ads, Etc. I * T<' I H * f- 1 L I 5i I I I : 8 1 4 !. s * ■? 4 \ i t l , Br '• **. "H ■■■■■■■!■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ STATE THEATRE Gainesville, Texas friday — saturday at V. M. I. It's "Howdy PRISCILLA LANE WAYNE MORRIS tOHNJUC SCAT' DAVIS JANE BIYAN EDO IE ALBERT RONALD REAfiAM • JAKE WTHAK-HENRI O'NEILL OlrtcM b| WM. KEMHLET FTMMM t) WMNER BUS. ha (k« PU, h, JOHN MONK* Jr. m* PMD r nNKUHorre . * r EXTRA betty boop— "sally swing" prevue saturday night sun. mon. tue8. * IN TECHNICOLOR! j LORETTA YOUNG RICHARD mm WAITER ERENNAN DOUQLAS aUMBRIM' KAREN MORLEY MORONI OLSEN A 20lh Canfury-Fo- Picturo AND PCMPEYE If PLAZA GAINESVILLE friday — saturday Buck Jones In Law of The Texan // —and— JACKIE COOPER in "scouts to the rescue" sun mon tues Don Ameche Ritz Brothers GLORIA STUART in Three Musketeers "the wrong way out" a crime doesn't pay Free To Farmers FOR SALE: A-l Springer Jersey heifer. C. J. Seibold. PRESBYTERIAN MISSIONARY . SOCIETY Mrs. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 February 1939

The Jo Tribune tol'APLiartfcD 18'J8 SAIN I JO SERVICE STATION ROBBED SAINT JO. T1XAS, FRIDAY FEBRUA'V 1939 SAINT JO FIRE DEPARTMENT l'RAISED BY STATE COMM'R The Saint Jo Service Station managed by Ed 'Gall^ghe and Cecil Teague, was robbed last Fri- day night. Five tires and the cigar- ette vending machine were taken, i i Our Sunday mail brought us the following letter and copy which are self explanatory* —Tin? Publisher). J. O. Hooper, the machine later being found near 1 Saint Jo Tribune ii Trying to Fool Someone i-h!! PAT DONNLEY CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY FEBRUARY 17. FOURTH YEAR Muenstcr. | Dear Publisher n j Because of the splendid work I done by your loca' fire department j and fire marshal In keeping osses low, and because of the good fire I record enjoyed by your insurance Public buying public as a result, it was Opinion Serveys there has been a thought that you would be inter- CAN THE UNITED STATES KEEP OUT OF THE NEXT WAR According to Fortunes profound change in national think- i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 February 1939

i $ THE SAINT JO TRIBUTE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Enteix'd~as second class matter, 1898, at tlhe Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague, County*, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. J. O. HOOPER Publisher OTTO HENDRICK Assistant Publisher FRIEDA MEADOR ..... News Editor A. L. HOOPER Advertising Mgr. JOHN H. HAYS, Linotype Operator SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNfY $100 FRiDAY Nocona .A •> ;t\' < gfr i * i The Fork of the Road If you reach the forksi of the ropd—where one signboard nounces "Economy" and the other ''Extravagance," do not hesitate about which road to take. One leads to Success, the other to Failure. Economy1, mr.ieans living within your income, saving something from your earnings and placingj the savings in a safe, reliable Band like ours. Fellow the Extravagance -road and fajlure is o .• ■■ * ■ • sure to await you at tho journeys end. . ' ' ' ' '■( 4' vV 'l'lUS BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT y • iff (.'7 ' 1 i INSURANCE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 February 1939

FRIDAY FEBRUAY 1839 llllllltMMIIHIHnm OEO. A. WRIOHT WRIGHT & FIELD '■ Fire Insurance H. D. FIELDS, JR. Saint Jo, Texas FRESH PURITY B8CAD *T YOUR OROCQSR DAILY Gainesville BnMni Co. |P« have (Hied *5001 prescription* pnoe we have been in vbaslneM an^ Ihey have all been filled aa the actor ordered. Let n* (1U yours. Mm BROTHERS PHARMAC OalnesrlQe Wise and Otherwise A little boy whose grandmother had Just died wrote and posted the following letter. Dear Ang}fcs: We have Just sent your grand- mother. Please give her a harp or a via In to play as she is short winded and can't blow a trumet. When a man has a birthday he fakes a day off. When a woman has a birthday she takes a year off. Short pieces of white horse hair mixed in biscuits is believed by some folks to be a cure for pin- worms. MOST OF TEXAS PHOTOGRAPHED o— HIGHEST PRICES POULTRY and EGGS AND CREAM D. E. MILLIKIN Saint Jc IF POSSIBLE— Reserve Trays in Advance for Custom Hatching on Monday While settings are targe this co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 February 1939

.i: ■3 f ; ? ft/ • r* FRIDAY FEBRUAY 1939 STATE THEATRE Gainesville, Texas Want Ads, Etc. j4". ^# in *°f Free To Farmers |cnc Agricultural Areas FRIDAY — SATURDAY Jane Withers —in— "Ari izona Wildcat" —EXTRA SHORTS— "Mickey's Band Cbncet" "Three Bears" "Lone Stranger" "Peaceful Neighbors" PREVIEV SAT. NIGHT SUN — MON — TUES II Wings of The Navy" —'with— George Brent, Olivia DeHavilland and John Payne PLAZA FRIDAY — SATURDAY BOB BAKER —in— "Ghost Town Riders" —and— "Scouts To The Rescue" FARMERS GETTING SMARTER FOR SALE: A-l Springer Jersey heifer. C. J. Seibold. FOR SALE: Model A Ford. Priced to sell. Two-door sedan. In good shape with good rubber. J. F. Rich, Bonita, Texas. FOR SALE* Four work mules in good shape and ready to work. T. P. Mitchell, Star Route South, Saint Jo. FOR SALE: 1 Bctfsd'ark wa.;On, Price Reasonable, OaJl or See— P J Martin, Route 2, ST. JO. FOR SALE: Oil leases nine miles north of St. Jo. F. J. Schink, Muenster. FOR SALE: Good yellow ffent corn, 50c. White s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 March 1939

r Anxious To Serve The Saint Jo Tribune Phone No. ESTABLISHED IN 1896 SAINT JO. texas, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1939. X NUMBER 43 Casing Being Set On Langford No. 1 United Producers and Continental Oil Co., were setting casing Thurs- day" on their No. l Langford to test a saturated sand picftup around 2920 feet. This is an offset to tlie discovery well, Benton-Holmes No. 1 Bowers, four miles northwest of Saint Jo. Sand in the Langford lo- cation was picked up some 2 1-2 feet higher than it was found in ihe pool maker. The Langford will likely establish the surety of o ie of the best pools ever opened in tl is county and give to Saint Jo one of the biggest oil plays it has known in several years. JOHN DAVE CUNNINGHAM WINS F. S. A. HONORS Presiding Elder at Methodist Church More than 100 Farm Security Administration advisory committee- men and supervisors met in the Blackstone Hotel in Fort Worth for a Texas-Oklahoma regional con- ference. Expansion of the livestock and purchase divisions th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 March 1939

The Saint Jo Tribune } PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ltot«nd m aacond clus matter, 1868, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, MootfcgW, County, Ten*, under the Act ot Concrete ot March 3rd, 1979. DOYLE H. MoGREGOR Owner-Publisher YVOONE McOREGOR Editor KATHKYN WINDER New* Reporter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNIY 1.00 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF MONTAGUE COUNTY *1.50 Nocona Theatre NOCONA, TEXAS. Dye Mound Club "The kitchen where much of our time la spent should he a light, airy and pleasant place to work," stated Miss Edith Wilson, county agent at a meeting of the Dye Mound-Pear bodjfl Demonstration Club held on Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. P. A. Dunn with Mrs. W. E. Woods as hostess Mrs Bob Dunn, presided at the meeting, and the cjlub voted for each member to give the price of at least a dozen eggs to the County Coun- cil | | Miss Wilson also stated, In her address about kitchens "in improv- ing the kitchen begin with the floor use linoleum, paint or linseed oil, n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 March 1939

r _ Marysville News BY MRS. W. C. STILES Mrs. Janie Sapp of Duncan, Ok- lahoma spent ihe week end with her father, C. B. Blnford and fam- ily. Joe Cochran of Fort Worth spent the week end with relatives ant friends here. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sapp and chil dren of Dexter and Mr. and Mrs Wingert of Hibbitt visited rela- tives and friends here Sunday aftei noon. Buster Owens of Kilgore spen the week end with his father Bruce Owens. Jim Bailey and Wiley Hendersor of Durant, Okla., spent Sundaj with Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Henderso here. Mr. and Mrs. Gaston and child- ren of Bra visited here Sunday. C. B Binford was a visitor h Sivells Bend Saturday afternoon. Elishe McElroth is seriously ill with a severe cold at his home ea;t of Marysville. The sand storm that came up Saturday evening- blew the Ali. e Wooten house off the blocks. J.ip Reeves lives in the house. preached Sunday morning at the Church of Christ here. Mr. and Mrs. Hare and children if Dallas spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 March 1939

" « M> ■ * W ' . - Sale By Drink Wins a Round AUSTIN, March 17.—Sale of liquor by the drink on local option Monday bounced out of a House Committee by vote of 10 to 8 de- spite a sub-group's minority report attacking the bill's constitutionality. Authored by Representative Dwy- er of San Antonio, the proposal would limit alcoholic content of a drink to 33 per cent by volume and permits would be issued only to es- talblishments where more food than beverages was sold. A tax of 10 per cent of the gross proceeds on such sales would be allocated to aid age pensions. Adams Barber Shop Visit Our Shop—Give Our Work A Trial We Will Greatly Appreciate Your Patronage SAINT JO, TEXAS ORB ADAMS Proprietor The New TEXAS Theatre NIGHT SHOWS 7:30 P. M. NIGHT SHOWS 7:30 P. M. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY March 17-18 'Storm Over Bengal' —with— Patric Knowles, Richard Cromwell. Rochelle Hudson SATURDAY MATINEE 2 P. M. S T ' The NEW way of buying insurance preventsbiglosses. It "spots" your risks in advance...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 March 1939

ANXIOUS TO SERVE Established in 1896 The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. Saint Jo, Texas, Friday, March 24, 1939 Number 41 Open House for City Hall-Fire Hall r* On Friday evening from 8 until Fifteen Rural Schools Local Boy Wins To Be Standardized Broadcasti„g A„_ nouncer Tryout Fifteen rural schools of Montague County hav.? been recommended to the State Department of Education for .standardization on the basis of lp:30 th* peopla of Saint Jo will be InvKed to inspect and enjoy the' inspection made this month by J. R. new City Hall-Fire Hall. J Griggs, deputy state superintendent The city officials, the fire boys, in the district of which this county Und the building officials will wel-1 is a part. i' i come the guests. Refreshments have been prepared by the wives and mothers of the fire boys and will be served to all visitors. A string orchestra will furnish music thruout the evening. The city officials, T. E. Giles, mayor; E. N. Dunbar, secretary; J. H. Embry, treasurer; W. L. Scott, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 March 1939

mk- «*kl THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, undo;- the Act of Congress of March 3rd. 1679. DOYLE H. McGREGOR YVOONE McGREGOR KATHRYN WINDER Owner-Publisher Editor News Reporter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT/ ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.00 $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns oi this paper, will be gladly corrected upcn due notice of same being g'Ven to the editor personally hi the office of The Tribune. EASTER WILL SOON BE HERE Friday, March 24, 1939 We will list to the peal of the church bells, and many of us will again hear the resurrection story, so old and yet so new always. We shall see; too, the story ot the resurrection in the budding grasses of the field, the blossoms of the earliest spring fl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 March 1939

« - . ' K i -C f < U .v, v ,4k mm m *8! 4 V Jii s Friday, March 24, 1939 ..I, Iiiuuw ¥v«' TRADING POST I FREE TO FARMERS) FOR SALE—243 acre farm, 5 miles south of Gainesville on old DenLoo road; 9 room house; concrete cellar; deep well; windmill; good barn; concrete water tank for stock; water piped to house; 150 acres in culti- vation, balance in gnuu. Will sell for $50 acre. See C. H. U. NALL, 508 N Clements Street, Gainesville, or E. A. NALL. Denton. FOR SALE—Soew Sweet Potatoes. J. A. REDMAN, Route 2, Saint Jo. • .1 ■ ■■ FOR SALE—Wide Tire Wagon. T. M. COLLIER, Saint Jo. FOR SALE—Extra Good Baled Oats, 50c per bale, average weight from Sfj lbs. to 90 lbs. J. TOM PURYEAR, Route 2, Saint Jo. OIL LEASES — OIL ROYALTIES FOR SALE—See MRS. M. E. WIL- SON, Route 1, Saint Jo, Texas. T HAVE SOME YOUNG MARES FOR SALE. I ALSO HAVE SOME STACKE COWS. Six Miles North of Bonita LESLEY COMBS LOST—Brown Leather Billfold, con- taining Social Security Card, Drivers , jtise end some change, on T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 March 1939

Friday, March 24, 1936 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Window Shades L* . I . „ . if The new type Fireside Fiber shade ha^ 25% more strength than the regular paper shade. Colors and 35c sizes to fit your special room, none wider than 36 inches, each Curtains Rods A strong rod that will fit the regular size window with brackets 10c Extra extensions, center braces, curtain hooks and also extra brackets. Your Friends bcOTT BROO HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas y>"r:iv ... . ALL DRESSED UP FOR THE WORLD'S FAIR M ■'' HARDY NEWS ning in thi' home of Mr. and Mrs, Lynton Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Harris and Already the dairy barn is built; some of the cattle selected, and defi- nite plans have been made for taking ISO of the finest dairy cattle of North America to the New York World's Fair. In the above picture is shown the ground-breaking pafty that started the project oil its way. The calves came to represent the five dairy breeds which will participate an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 March 1939

I «— "VH« More News [More Special Feature* More Readers The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. 29 lay, Established in 1896 Saint Jo, Texas, Friday, March 31, 1939 Number 45 The SCOTCHMAN Says.... The important things of lif-3 r.;o made up cf little things, as drops of water and grains cf sand make the oesan and land. Don't worry, my £ on, opportunity will knock: only you be ready. C In vi~ii!ng my old home I found things far different from the picture I carried away, forty years ago. Look among the trash, ycu rr.ny find some precious jewels. Admitting the average citizen's vocabulary is too small, we are try- in 3 tc raise it with the school bus. The banana p<\?l carelessly thrown upon the sidewalk has had its place in the fall of man A good way to keep clean—Just relax in the bathtub each morning. As deep as the occan, as high as the sky and as vast as privation should be your sympathy. He stood and gazed longingly o'er the hills toward California's gold- fields little dreaming of the g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 March 1939

THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, March .11, 1989 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, lWt. DOYLE II. McGREGOR. YVOONE McGREGOR - - KATHRYX WINDER Owner-Publisher Editor News Reporter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.00 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally in the office of The Tribune. Learn Appreciation Have you ever given much thought to the beauties of this county in which you live? Have you developed a sense of appreciation for the scenic grandeur surrounding you? Texas papers this week have been filled with items of The Redbud Pilgrimage to Texas State College...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 March 1939

ir [i nmn jr. vc / A W .1 it. U'it. .* .V«Si ILLINOIS BEND ! > r. .•/ n Mrs. Mable Fleming w&a in Den- ton the first of the week visiting her daughters, Misses Louise and Emma .Lou. Mrs. Locke of Gainesville brought Evelyn and Ida Hoover to their home here this week. The girls have been living in Gainesville the past few weeks and have also done some broadcasting' over station KDNT. Mr. and Mrsj. Floyd Harris spent Sunday with his parents in Hardy. «Mrs. Bud Lynn and Mrs. Myrtle Laseman and son, Malcom, spent i several days here this week visiting with relatives and friends. Hernon Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Hooyer and children, Ken- neth, Bobbie and Mary Ann of Lawton, Okla., were here this week- end visiting Mr. and Mrs, Dan Hoover. They were accompanied home by Miss Evelyn Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hart of Gainesville were Monday guests of Mrs. Mable Fleming. Last Tuesday night Haskell Rog- ers, C. D. Matney and Lawrence Hutchinson, were initiated into the W.O.W. lodge i...

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