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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 March 1939

if' T '£ % ^ v. I am ^ ■ JmR Friday, March 31, 1939 * ' TtfBf SAINT SO TRtBUNE * # *■ • * #■ • r \j W* +*. * •'« TRADING POST (FRfcJS TO FARMERS) for sale—243 acre farm, 5 miles south of Oalnesville on old Denton road; 9 room house; concrete cellar; deep well; windmill; good bam; concrete water tank for stock; water piped to house; 150 acres In culti- vation, balance in grass. Will sell for $50 acre. See C. H. U. nail, 508 n. Clements Street, Gainesville, or e. a. nalu Denton. FOR SALE—Soew Sweet Potatoes. J. A. REDMAN, Route 2, Saint Jo FOR SALE—Wide Tire Wagon. T. M. COLLIER, Saint Jo. OIL LEASES — OIL ROYALTIES FOR SALE—See MRS. M. E. WIL SON, Route 1, Saint Jo, Texas. I 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 License and some change, on Thurs- day, March 15, between Saint Jo Public Square and 2 miles north on Highway 82. Finder please leave at The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 March 1939

a ,.<' •. - 1 • • Friday, March 31, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE The Winnah! fLeftJ The Backer! [Right] mjWi On the extreme left, Shannon Davidson of Matador, winner of the Pany Express. With him are his helpers, who drove the trailer and cared for his horses, Bill Meyer and his son, Bill Jr. Vhove, the smiling face of Miss Enid Justin of Nocona who handed Davidson the orize money, $750. here for four months and recently completed the City H*ll-Flre Hall. King has been In charge of the completion of some WPA projects In Forestburg and will be in charge of the erection of the new school gym. Kltchel left Monday for Fort Worth where he *111 begin his work as Safety Man over the WPA work In more than 20 counties. Short Course For Home Demonstration Clubs The thirteenth annual Short Course at Texas State College for Women at Denton, which Is spon- sored Jointly with the Extension Service of the A. & M. • College of Texas, will be held Friday, April 14. A hearty Invitation has been e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 April 1939

•\'P ■ &*&*> : - i b , 4 I- ifiL 4j.- .7::v., .; mV. ; - ;' -X' J... ' xiJr^v > • ■•'.,:A.V '5; r~~ « ! if j. ■ M More News More Special Feature: More Readers Volume 41 . The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. 29 oaint Jo, Texas, Friday, April 7, 1939 Number 16 The SCOTCHMAN Says«*«i We never miss the water, until the well runs dry. A soft answer turneth away wrath, but grievous words stir up anger. Satisfaction is something we do not have unless our task is done. O, consistency! Indeed thou art a jewell—a jewell so very, very rare. "A friend in need is a friend in- deed" is never more true than when sorrow comes. 3 He stood and gazed o'er the past—the brightest spot seemed to be the liine he made the greatest sacrifice. Miss Elizabeth McGrady Bride of Milford Lamb County Federation of Miss Elizabeth McGrady of this city and Milford Lamb of Burk- burnett were united in marriage in a simple ceremony, in the per- sonage of the Whaley Memorial church in Gainesville on Sunday afte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 April 1939

7 TTJPIJP^ /■ '■1*A /•V THE SAINT JO TRIBUTE Friday, April 7, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879 Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, DOYLE H. McOREGOR Owner-Publisher YVOONE McGREGOR Editor KATHRYN WINDER News Reporter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.00 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF 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 anpear Jn the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being gJven to the editor personally in the office of The Tribune. COURAGE Courage. Oftimes I think there is no greater virtue, no greater trait of character than courage. I honor it. Not so much the courage of the man in the fanfare of war, nor yet the person who does fool-hardy courageous acts which the public applauds, but the sim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 April 1939

>• ' V ■:$& Friday, April 7, 1939 n E aAINT JO TIUBUNE BEAUTY 2P© fl&igsgS ffi NEW YORK—Ballet on land and water will thrill visitors to the New York World's Fair opening on April 30. In the Marine Amphitheatre which seats 10,000 persons, Eleanor Holm (inset), Olympic swimming and stage star, will head a cast of 100 girls in Billy Rose's Aquacade ballet. Two hundred others will dance on the stage. The show's production will cost $1,000,000, according to Grover A. Whalen, President of the Fair. Notes From The County Agent By A. S. ELLIOTT Sleeping Sickness in Horses A new vaccine developed by vet- erinarians of the United States Bur- eau of Animal Industry will give protection for about six months against the new disease, encepha- lomylitis, or "sleeping sickness" in horses. This disease primarily af- fects horses and mules but often occurs in cattle, sheep, goats, poul- try, rodents, and even in man. The danger periods seem to be early spring and fall when flies mosqui- t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 April 1939

} . <. f 3NH8IH1 Of .LVTV* a if J Friday, April 7, 1939 Single Rc 11 Single Roll Wall Paper Sa!e All Gccd Patterns-. AH N:tv Stack. We cffer this sale cf WALL- PAPER unt-l next Saturday, Arril 15th. Not ONE pattern at till* price, but EIGHT PATTERNS, cuitablc for every room in your house. Other WALLPAPER at amazingly low prices. ***} Ycui Friends /fS bCOTT BR05 IIARDWATtE—FU;iNITUr.3—FUNERAL DIRECTORS > Spirit Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas < UwWWWW*^VSA^/WV/V\A/WVW*/SA/\^/WVWV*/ ^/VS/^AA^/*^S/VA*WWS^W^I/W • J m&y Prairie Hill News Darrel Jordon of Wichita Falls was licrc for the week-end visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jordon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edes are home from a visit witli his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .M. M. Edes in Sherman. Mrs. Claude Loper and daughter, Viola, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Maxwell and daughter, Marcelle. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Husband and daughters, visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuykendall, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bcshears of Muenstcr, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 April 1939

* A ,J(L / More News More Special Features More Readers *• . Jo Tribune "mover, PraiiK _ox 165 „ 1-40 # Bethany, omt PHONE NO.^ 29 Volume 41 Saint Jo, Texas, Friday, April 14, 1939 Number 47 THE SGOTC//fviAN SAYS... Wis<}om and Virture are consis- tent with politeness and good humor. Thoughtless, thankless, inconsis- tent man-—what inconceivable things he will do. We turn and gaze into the vast waters of the ocean and contem- plate its potential power. S We are over-run by praise when we succeed and overcome by sor- row when we fail. S " A sleeping baby—how sweet and how Innocent. Oil, could we become ""as such. His life was filled with toil and hardships, his heart with care and sorrow, but his wife cheered him on. The hermit in his lonely hut sees more of life than the king on his throne. I wandered in the forest where my mind was free to think and ^ny heart to 'ponder. A Ride Through , The Country This week I wasn't satisfied with what I could tell from looking the country ove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 April 1939

4 . Friday, April 14, 1939 . mill TRADING POST NOTICE IKglnninff May 1, a charge of 5c ncr litif will be placed on all adver-. tisrwents in The Farmer's Trading post. OTL IKASBS — OIL ROYALTIE8 f ,K SALE)—See MRS. M. E. WIL- SON, Route 1, Saint Jo, Texas. r HAVE SOME YOUNG MARES t-CR BALE. I ALSO HAVE SOME I^CKE COWS. "ix Miles North of Bonlta LESLEY COMBS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE f*pher*°?. of Dallas witnessed the the^Wirh^Ster Pageant> staged In Olfii f l omountain near Lawton, "JKla., last Sunday. IM Wallace, enroute from CCC tamp in Tulcia, Arizona to Sul- phur Springs for a visit with his mother, Mrs. May Strickland, stopped in Saint Jo for a two day visit with his aunt, Mrs. Fred Kirbo. Mrs. Preston Temple, who has been here for a two weeks visit mi u her molhcr' Mrs. Gertrude Mitchell, returned to Mineral Wells on Sunday for treatment. She was ocompanied by her husband, Mr. Temple and Mrs, Mitchell, who spent the day in Mineral Wells, returning to their homes that even- ing. t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 April 1939

the saint jo tribune ta , Friday, AprU 14, 1939 \ GRASS RUGS Bright, Colorful, New Designs 9x12 size Ends are well bound and both sides of the rug can be used. ONLY $2.95 Your Friends OCOTT BROD HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas CHURCHES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday School—10:00. Smith C. Pedigo, Supt. I Morning Worship—11:00. Sermon—"Knowing by Doing." Evening Worship—7:45. Sermon—"Thy Will Be Done." Alexander McFerran, Minister METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School—10:00 T. E. Giles, Supt. Morning Service—11:00.' Sermon—Special Music. Evening Service—7:45. Sermon. Worship somewhere each Sunday. Leon Frank Milner, Pastor. o CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Services— Bible Study—10 a.m. Worship and Communion—11:00 a.m. The Bible is our only creed. Come and study with us. o BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School—10:00. Mrs. Ar- thur Phillips, Supt. Morning Service—11:00. Sermon. Evening Service—7:45. Sermon. You iare always welcome to wor- ship with us. Paul Thompson, Pastor....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 April 1939

:•* . **r>" m i ' J OfCTr—, ^ JwBPj : P$5-^ P .^ • ^ ' '/1V More Kews More Specia Features More Readers The Saint Jo Tribune Volume 41 PHONE NO. 29 Saint Jo, Texas, Friday, April 21,1939 Number 48 THE SCOTCHMAN SAYS... .Time marches on. There is no fireside, hut has one vacant chair. Grandfather used to sit for hours in the spring sunshine and seem io enjoy it. If we could but realize we pass this way but once, and leave good deeds and kind words strewn along oar pathway. He oftimes longed to be a bet- ter man but he seemed to have made a reputation he had to live up to. S Of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these, "It might have been." One speck on the apple was rotten, one thing in his life was bitter; the apple ruined. S v If man's highest aims, his fond- est hopes or his cherished dreams came true, would he be satisfied then? o * Donnell Truck Demolished in Wreck Tri-District Boy Scout Camporee to Be Held In Bowie on May 26-27 Who Has A Large? Egg? This week Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 April 1939

[ '***' **IVIVIIW ^|| tV-r- ■ -t V 1 - w • > ;<• w i / \ '.■ I I THE SAINT JO TKIBUNE Friday,. ApriT 21, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Entered as 'Second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. doyle h. Mcgregor YVOONE McGREGOR kathryn 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 Jn 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. GRATITUDE In people who stand out as superior people; friendship is stonger than self esteem; love is stronger than hate; and gratitude is stronger, much stronger than envy. Gratitude is not always th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 April 1939

y, 7 Friday, April 21, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE TRADING POST NOTICE Dinning May 1, a charge of 5c per line will be plated on all adver. £«f tn< nts In The Farmer's Trading Post. nll i bases — oil royalties iob sale—See MRS. M. E. wil- SON Route 1, Saint Jo, Texas.* r H ' ^E SOME YOUNG mares BOH SALE. I ALSO have some STACKE COWS. Six Miles North of Bonita LESLEY COMBS p0H SALE OR TRADE—Baltic Crerm Separator in good condition. UOOO cash will buy or will trade. MR3. C. H IVINS, Rt. 1, Box 75, Saint Jo, Texas. FOR SALE—On or after April 10, Baby Turkeys—Bronze and Nara- eanset Mixture—50c each. See MRS. NETTIE KING Route A, Porest- .burg. _______ FOIl SALE—Good Qualla Cotton- seed for planting. See J. TOM PURYKAH. Houtc 2, Saint Jo. FOR S.M.F. or TRADE—A 6 foot John Ikvre Hinder, all new can- vas. Von double trees. Ready for iisii will sell or trade for cattle— J. T. Pl'HYEAR, Route 2, Saint Jo. FOR • SALE—Open bed plants are better when grown in open beds. They are stronger, toug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 April 1939

.vV/flQ i 1 v A ■ ' ' ? i *•"« «>> THE SAINT JO TRIBIJNF Friday. Apr 21.1939 Ente: Mont DO* YVO KA1 ONI ONI of I this the st( gr fo m ca as It ol tc s< b. tl s a it c t < This Week Special 8" Gooseneck Garden Hoe—65c For this week only we offer you a good 8-in. hoe, clear handle, polished blade, one piece neck garden hoe for this special price of only 65 cents. We have 40 hoes to go at this price—also a few flat files left at the 10 cent price. Get Ready For Hardware Week Sale May 6-13th. Your Friends OCOTT BROb HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas, Peabody News Miss Geraldine Dun spent Wed- nesday night with Misses Norma June and Beneva Armstrong at Jones High. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carlton and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Carlton of Tennessee also Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carlton, Miss Melba and Huben Carlton were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dunn. Miss Ora Wade and Mrs. Cecil Siebold were in Fort Worth on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mann, Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 April 1939

■M ■a / * ""•v- %• i More Newt , More Readers More Features The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. 29 Volume 41 Saint Jo, Texas. Friday, April 28, 1939 Number 4& THE SCOTCHMAN SATS... It's not the work but the worry that has caused the wrinkles in your brow. 8 Oh, wonderful world—first green, then brown, gray and green over and over again thru the ages. S « Bow pleasant the life of a bird must be, fluttering about from tree to tree. S Spring — how sublime — bringing Joy to the heart, sparkle to the eye, vigor to the body and vim to the life of all. 8 The smae skill the cowboy used in throwing his rope, is used by the printer with his press today. "When a child, he gazed into the /lppling stream and dreamed some day it would carry him away. A Ride 0 Through • The Country Pioneer to be Honored on His 83rd Birthday Peter B. Arthur, who has been living on the banks of the Red River north of Saint Jo, in the Leon community since 1876, will be 83 years old on April 29. His neighbors are plann...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 April 1939

;• s PAGE 2 \ '' THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, April 28, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE _ . Saint Jo, Texas «ered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, undo;- the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1679. ®OYLE H. McGREGOR Owner-Publisher YVOONE McGREGOR Editor KATHRYN WINDER News Reporter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.00 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation M any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of ttus paper, will be gladJy corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally in the office of The Tribune. • THE MODERN GIRL PERSONALS Miss Mary Davis, R. N.' Gaines- ville was here Sunday visiting her mother, Mrs. Rosa Davis. On Tues- day, Mrs. Nannie Mae Martin of Nncona was also a guest of her mother, Mrs, Davis. guests of their parents, Mrs. Paul D. Roberts. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 April 1939

\ v M % - 4 JM Friday, AprU 28, 1939 r THE 8AIN1' JO TRIBUNE PAGE? * i TRADING POST NOTICE fleginnlnff May 1, a charge of 5c per line will be placed on all adver- tisement* in The Farmer's Trading fwt. OIL LEASES — OIL ROYALTIES FOR SALE—See MRS. M. E WIL- SON, "Route 1, Saint Jo, Texas. I RAVE SOME YOUNO MARES FOR SALE. I ALSO HAVE SOME STAGKE COWS. Six Miles North of Bonita LESLEY COMBS FOR SALE—On or after April 10, Baby Turkeys—Bronze and Nara- gansct Mixture—50c each. See MRS. NIJTTIE KING Route A, Forest- burg. # FOR SALE or TRADE—A 6 foot John Deere Binder, all new can- vas, Iron double trees. Ready for use, will sell or trade for cattle— J. T. PURYEAR. Route 2. Saint Jo. Ml. and learn about the low cost of Shedwin-Williams SWP house paint Job under the easy terms of the Sherwin-Williams Budget Pay- ment Plan. FOR SALE—House and 4.6 acres of land to rent at Saint Jo—See J. A. FANNING, Montague, Texas. LOST—270 lb. white sow, strayed rrom Mount's Ranch—Buster Gibbs. LOST—Near ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 April 1939

V t-' *} PAGE i THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, April 28,19«f Notes Ifrom The Counjy Ag^nt By A. 8. ELLIOTT Grasshopper Menace Hatching of grasshoppers in egg beds along fence rows, ditch banks, and edges of pasture land has al ready begun in some parts of the county, and can be expected by the latter part of this month in all the areas that were infested last year. The species of grasshopper that we have here will remain near the egg beds for some time after hatching before they began moving out into the fields. For this reason, poisoning can be delayed a little while until most of the eggs hatch However, farmers should keep a careful watch over the hoppers and begin the opplication of poison before the fields become infested. The grasshopper control program will be in effect again this year in the same way that it worked last year. Each farmer desiring poison will furnish bran or a bran substitute, such as cottonseed hul,ls, or sawdust, in amount equal to the bran furnished by the go...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 April 1939

mst -*• 1 A' Friday, April 28, 1939 • ' '• * • . N . «•--. ' i " ". ' s . ,*• • V apv W-'V •- **£- V '' ' THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGES .Nocona THEATRE Kocoiia, Texas . FRIDAY-SATURDAY April 28-29 "The Arizona Wildcat" rtith Jane Withers and Leo Carrillo. PREVUE SATURDAY NITE SUNDAY • MONDAY • April 30-May 1 "East Side •of Heaven" With Bing Crosby, Joan laiondell and Mtscha Auer. TUESDAY—May 2 Lynn Overman in "Persons In Hiding" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY May 3-4 'Made For Vach Other* Starring Carote Lombard and James Stewart. Bonita Girls to Appear on Radio Program V IVE GOT TO RUN £U\J° STORE UNK • P AkNVboOV CfcUA FOR NNE TELL THtN\ \il ftt RVGHT BACK'. -7 AUtl&WY- &ET\Y run along £ D \ DON 1 KNOW 6ETVV -I MAD T' GO DOWN N TK BA'SEWENT *ND SOMEBODY CALLED WHILE I-WAS DOWN THERE . BUT THEY WERE GONE WHEN t GOT UP HERE t THAT VWASNT JAMES HE WOOLON T BE SO INCONSIDERATE AS TO CALL WHILE YOO VNERE N THE BASEMENT •. HELLO. WELLO, • OH \N«LV. I GUESS THEV HUNG UP'. DID HE CALL uncle JAY?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 April 1939

I—iMWu'llh PA< ICd PAG® 6 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, April 28,1939 a < National Hardware Week l«OOk for Our May 6 —13 bar- ♦ gain page sheet In the next Is- sue Of The Tribune. Your Friends 4% bCOTT BROD HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas ILLINOIS BEND Mr. and Mrs. Homer Parker were 11 Gainesville on business Tuesday. Miss Marie McMurry spent last >veek in Dallas visiting in the home f Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMurry. Mrs. W. R. Williams and L. K. Shiflett of Montague were here on lusiness, Tuesday. Among those attending the sing- ''ig at Hulcher, Sunday were Mr. nd Mrs. B. R. Grigsby and son, lonald, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Par- .er and ohildren, Opal, Gene and drian; Frieda Dennis, Charlene 'uck, Eula Belle Walker, Mozelle Vilson, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Dennis nd Wilda Dennis, Raymond and I.oyd Whaley and Wayne Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whaley visi- ed Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dennis in tiulcher Sunday. Artie Williams and Carl MeKen- :ie were business vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 May 1939

More Ne* More Readers More Features * The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. 29 W^'i Volume 41 Saint Jo, Texas Friday, May 5,1939 Number 50 THE SCOTCHMAN SAYS,. • To be right is the first thing, second accomplish something. >♦ Look straight ahead is an old adage. Today we need to glance right, left and backward first. When the world crowds you off the toad take a bridle path. S Do your very best today and then tomorrow do a little better. If you want to help in the great Btruggie of life, just brighten up the spot where you are. S—— Fortunate indeed is he who can meet the problems of life With a smile. The ear that heareth the reproof of life abideth among the wise. Life itself is made up of little things; a thought, a word, a deed, j a gesture and a song. CHURCHES CHUBCH OP CHRIST Sunday Services— Bible Sutdy—10:00 a.m. Worship and Communion—11 a.m o PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IA Ride 'hrough The Country In my ride through the country [this week, I noticed many exam* ! pies of new life that sp...

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