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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 June 1939

PAGE 2 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, June 23, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas ! .ond claaf matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. DOYTF . MCGREGOR YVOONG McGFTGOK Owner-Publisher Editor PRESS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNTY _ $1.00 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneo'ia reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this i>aper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to the editor personally In the office of The Tribune. . .-J • 4., IT'S VACATION TIME Summer lias come and everyone is thinking of some kind of change from routine—whether it's a trip to a world's fair or merely a picnic with the family out on the bluff or down on the creek. In any case it is something to look forward to with enjoyment if well plann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 June 1939

Friday, June 23, 1939 WANT-ADS WANTED—Man *ith car for route in Montague County. Experience preferred but not necetaary. Sale* way up this year. Write Rawliegh'i Department TXF-661-MH, Memphis, Tenn, or see Gregg Howard, 1218 E. Broadway, Gainesville, Texas. ATTERBERRY FOR JIEN' MB' |. C. •?<>/ L0&* —18 inch wrench and mer- cury pot. Liberal reward. No ques- tions asked. -H. M. LUSK. POR RHNT—Bedrooms, modem conveniences. Dolly Harris, LOOK! LISTEN! W. M. Rice, 30 years experience in refintshing, re. paring, upholstering. Furniture anA * * sewing machines, specialties. All work guaranteed. Bill's Furniture Hospital, Nocona. * for sale—Used Ford Truck.— mrs. joe CRUMP. WANTED—Cafe Job or farm job, or rock house building job.—HUBERT REID. Call Ashcraft Hotel. for sale—Fresh Jersey Cow. J. k. 3eibold. FOR SALE—Pure Comb Honey- CHARLES WILSON. LOST—White Winning size pig loi between Illinois Bend and Saint «k 4 last Saturday. Reward. Notify R M. WALKER, Illinois Bend. , Forest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 23 June 1939

PAGE 6 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Preserving scanning Items 25 qt. Canner Retort 21 qt. Pressure Cooker Rotary Ricers Large Cold Pack Canners $11.95 $lo.95 50c $1.69 N^VVVVVVVVSAMVSA^VVVWVVWk^^VVVVVVVWVVVSA^^VVSA^Vy Your Friends OCOTT BROb HARDWARE—PURN7TURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas ■n Friday, June 23, 1939 LEGAL NOTICE THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Montague To those indebted to, or holding elaims against the Estate of Wil- liam Anderson Harris, Deceased. The undersigned having been duly appointed administratrix of the Estate of William Anderson Harris, Deceased, late of Montague County, Texas, by L. D. Eakman, Judge of the County Court of said County on the 29th day of May, A. D. 1939, hereby notifies all persons indebted to said estate to come for- ward and make settlement, and those having claims against 6aid estate to present them to her with- in the time prescribed by law at her residence, SaJSit Jo, Montague County, Texas where she receives her mall, this 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 June 1939

More Newt More Readers More Features The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. 29 Volume 42 Jo. Te'hs Friday, June 30, 1939 Number 6 THE SCOTCHMAN SAYS... On the mountain we stood and looked at the beautiful sunset. Words fail to describe the beauty and grantleur. 8 I was young, haughty and vain, but fa to led me where there was Buffering and sorrow—then I said, "Tfcacb me to feel another's woes." Your time is not your own; it be- Jongs to mankind. There Is a time for -everything, but in helping othws yon grow strong. S The sleep of a laboring man is sweet whether he eats little or much, but the abundance of the rich -will toot suffer him so to sleep. The belfry ttnver that gleamed in the moon's wale light is gente: no more do we "hear the silver chime of that old familiar bell. o — A Ride Through The Country Margaret Giles Leaves for Summer Camp W1L BE AN AID AT CAMP Miss Margaret Giles, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. T. Earl Giles, Main lid Williams Street, left Tuesday to euter Dixie Camp for Girl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 June 1939

PAGE 2 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, June 30, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Altered as second class matter, 1898, ai the Post Office at Saint ./«. Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. ■OYLE H. McGREGOR YVOONE McGREGOR Owner-Publisher Editor PRESS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE •NE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT? $1.00 ©NE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation a£ any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of tbis paper, will be gladly corrected upon clue notice of same being given to ibe editor personally In the office of The Tribune. LET'S BE ALIVE ON THE FIFTH "The Glorious Fourth has proved a Fatal Fourth for hundreds of Texans in the past several years," the Texas Safety Association said in a letter to this newspaper. " 'Let's Be Alive on the Fifth' should be the slogan throughout next week in order that casualty l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 June 1939

, r* IWPP ■■■ML jl, . imJ Friday, June 30, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE WANT-ADS WANTEI)—Man with car for route in Montague County. Experience preferred but not necessary. Sales way up this year. Write Rawliesh's Department TXF-661-MH, Memphis, Tenn, or see Gregg Howard, 1218 E. Broadway, Gainesville, Texas. FOR RENT—4 room house. See MRS. J. C. ATTERBERRY LOST—18 inch wrench and mer- cury pot. Liberal reward. No ques- tions asked. —H. M. LUSK. FOR RENT—Bedrooms, moderp conveniences. Dolly Harris. LOOK! LISTEN! W. M. Rice, 30 years experience in refln'shlng, re. paring, upholstering. Furniture an& sewing machines, specialties. All work guaranteed. Bill's Furniture Hospital, Nocona. FOR SALE—Used Ford Truck — MRS. JOE CRUMP. WANTED—Cafe job or farm Job, or rock house building Job.—HUBERT REID. Call Ashcraft Hotel. FOR SALE—Fresh Jersey Cow. J K. SEIBOLD. FOB SALE—Pure Coinb Honey— CHABLES WILSON. aB t/' l "ported good rains I .*y trom Tu,1« to Saint Jo, except at Wichita Falls. Wedn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 30 June 1939

PAGE 6 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE s 'v^m $8 Friday, June 30, 1939 Chinaware Specials 9 inch Dinner Plate IOC St. Dennis Cups & Saucer XOC wwwvx^ Youi Friends OCOTT BROO HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas Mallard News By Mrs. Gladys Pcrryman - Mr. and Mrs. J. *1. Holland left Friday for Anailarko, Okla., to be with her mother who Is ill. Miss Jo Thompson of Howie, vis- ited with her cousin, Miss Alma Wood, Sunday. The Mallard and New Harp hoys played a game of Softball at Mal- lard, Sunday. The New Harp boys Won the game. Mrs. A. A. Hundley is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hundley spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hundley. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hundley of Denton, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Abbott. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hightower visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Johnson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Williams and daughter, Inez, visited in the home of N. A. Wood and family, Sun- day evening. Mrs...

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

More News More Readers More Features The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. 29 Volume 42 Saint Jo, Texas. Friday, July 7, 1930 Number 7 THE SCOTCHMAN SAYS.* • Fate may bring us low, but let us hope she never causes us to lose our honestsy and our independence. A friend oft times exaggerates a man's virtues, an enemy ■will magni- fy his faults. If perchance we ourselves do not rnderstand, many times we do in- Jury to a cause by dwelling on trifl- ing trrguments. It frequently occurs that the bold are pressed to the front by the cun- ning devises of the vise. "Let another praise you and not ■jour own mouth, e stranger's and mot your own lips. If the average nam could be per- suaded to register, all his opinions on love, religion und politics, w'nrt inconsistencies would appear. <o A Through The Country In my nftfie 'through the country this weett. I found the farmer*, .Still fighting grass. Some of them had rather see a little dry weather than these showers which of course are fine for She...

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

' W '-W $t;W : *;Wf S*F W.. 0^? PAGE 2 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, July T> 19M 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, 1079. BOYLE H. MCGREGOR YVOONE McGREGOR MRS BIGE bAVIS Owner-Publisher Editor ... News Reporter PRESS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT/ $100 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputatton 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. FUTURE FARMERS OF TEXAS There is no group of young citizens in this section to whom the entire citizenship look with greater comfort and pride than to the Future Farmers of America. They are Our fondest hope. They are the lead...

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

Friday, July 7, 193D THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE WANT-ADS WANTED—Mi n with car for route in Monta«ue County. Experience preferred but not necessary. Sales «av up this year. Write Rawliegh's Department TXF-661-MH, Memphis, Tcnn., or see Oregg Howard, 121* E, Broadway, Gainesville, Texas. FOR RENT—4 room house.— See MRS. J. C. ATTERBERRV jjo<>t_18 inch wrench and mer- cury pot. Liberal reward. No ques- tions asked. -H. M. LUSK. ♦ FOR RENT—Bedrooms, moderp conveniences. Dolly Harris. LOOK! LISTEN! W. M. Rice, 30 years experience in refin'shing, re. paring, upholstering. Furniture an4 sewing machines, specialties. All work guaranteed. Bill's Furniture Hospital, Nocona. for sale—Used Ford Truck.— mrs. joe CRUMP. WANTED—Cafe job or farm job, or rock house building job.—HUBERT REID. Call Ashcraft Hotel. por SAl.e—Fresh Jersey Cow. J. k. seibold. POR SAl.E—Pure Comb Honey— * CHARLES WILSON. • LOST—White Winning size pig lot between Illinois Bend und Saint Jt • last Saturday. Reward. Notify 1...

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

eiw - ...^ss.:waiiLi—~~ f ,•> r\ PAGE 4 THE SAINT 10 TRIBUNE k' -; V. .. ... « Friday, July f, 1M9 SMASHING BARGAINS TOM THUMB .'ST . ' v Paints, Varnish, Enamels & Specialities In Three Generous Sizes 10c 25c and 50c Your Friends bCOTT BROO HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas * juuinr _ruinru-iri'- *** PERSONALS Mrs. Duddie Phelps returned to her home in Quitaque after a. three weeks visit with her grand- mother, Mrs. Rebecca Reed. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Anderson of Montague, left Thursday morning for San Antonio for a visit with iheir daughter, Mrs. Charles Miller und Mr. Miller. George Pepperdine College and Miss Doris Ruby of Coldwater, Miss., visited the J. L. McGregors on Wednesday of this week. Mrs. B. M. Clayton and Mrs. lazelle Davis visited in Bonham wer the fourth. ^ Doyle McGregor attended the Eleventh Bi-Annual Convention of the Texas Association of the Deaf t Houston, July 1 to 4th. About aiO members of the Association were present....

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

r -More News More Readers Mere Features The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. 29 Volume 42 Saint Jo, Texas, Friday, July 14, 1939 Number & SCOTCHMAN SATS... The lips that touch liquor shall never touch mine should be the motto of every young maiden. 8 Wrath Is cruel and anger Is -out- rageous but who is able to stand < bctfore envy. S ■ The once thriving Tillage had vanished, an old lady seeking Iter • former home found only a cedar tree, a few stones and a scarred oak. S A nation is Judged by its cleanli- ness, not by the perfume it uses but by the soap it uses. ■■ ■ S ' ' It is a long lane that has so turn, and the lane you are in may take a sharp turn in the near 'future. If you do not push your business, your business will push you. A Ride Through The Country In my ride through the country this week I found womc of the farmers rather Uuc. The hot winds have done considerable damage, es- pecially to corn and ^gardens. How- ever, cotton is (holding up nicely and so is nwxst .the l...

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

LGE2 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas ate ml at. second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint jo, fcntague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1878. Owner-Publisher ■DYLE II. McGREGOR STOONE McGREGOR ■RS. MGE DAVIS Editor News Reporter PRESS TEXA ClATiOM SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT'/ YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY - ♦1-50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing nr reputation ■It any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of Sis paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being Riven to tte editor personally in the office of The Tribune. > UNNECESSARY RISKS A loud, sharp honk followed by the screeching of brakes ■*as heard on the highway at an intersection on the square jfcsterday. A business man rushed to his door in time to see A narrow escape. At the same time another too busy to leave his work, istened and fe...

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

Friday, July 14, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGE S> WANT-ADS FOR SALE: Young Milch Cow. First calf. The better kind. LUTHER slaughter. n 30 YEARS AGO d. W. Wiley was In Wichita Palls on business Tuesday. Dr J. G. Crump and W. L. Scott were in Montague on business Mon- day. W D. Harrison spent the fore part _of the week at Whltesboro on busi- ' Tiess. ~ n Miss Hazel Griffis returned Sun- day evening from her visit to rela- • lives at Haskell, Texas. Miss Vera Cunningham returned home Friday evening from Bowie, where she attended the Summer Normal. Mrs. J. T. Puryear went to Wau- rika Okla., last week to visit her son-in-law and daughter, P. V. Rabb and wife. Mrs. S. H. Milson, after visiting here with her brother, D. Cunning- ham and his family, returned to her home at Nocona Saturday moming. A. A. Boggess was here from Gainesville last Saturday visiting his parents, also his grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Morrow, and looking after . some business affairs. parenU. W. f. Bums and wife at B...

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

More News More Readers More Features The Saint Jo Tribune wwwlMM^ PHONE NO. 29 Volume 42 int Jo. Texas. Friday, July 21, 1939 Number 9 Horse-Drawn Mail Passes From Scene At Gainesville For the first time since the Gainesville postoffice established free city delivery, there will be no horse-CMtt routes Monday. Postmaster Gilbert F. Holmari ha* posted an order from the Postoffice Department dispensing with the two hoKse-drawn carts used by rfty car- ii4s, in favor of one motorized route, | efts stive July 17. One of the carts is driven by T. J j 'Kelly, carrier on city Route 3, and fhf- other by GfOrg"? Bugg on Rou o 4 Bugg will cove-' the new motor ized route and tCeily will hav? a "oot route. Kelly entered the postal service in 1918 as a clerk in ihe office a-t Cole- I :man, transferring to Gainesville as a I .clerk the same year. For a year he •carried a route by foot, but 15 years ago was given the route of the late James A. Cunningham, inheriting tlie latter's cart During the 15...

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

"5*AGE 2 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, July 21, l(>39 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas '3Enter°'! as second class matter, 1H98, at the Post Office at Saint .10, Montavue County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. UOV* ' H. IvroOWISOOR Owner-Publisher YVOOME MCGREGOR Edl*°ir MRS. BlOE DAVIS News Reporter MEMBER. TEXAS ■W PRESS ASSOCIATION SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT'/ ! 'ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF MONTAGUE COUNTY $1-50 NOTICE TO THE PIJBI 1C Any erroneous reflection upon the'character, standing or reputation o* any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of \this paper, will be gladly corrected upon c'ue notice of same being given to the editor personally in the office of The Tribune. COMMON COURTESY Courtesy—refined politeness—does not cost a cent, yet its worth is infinite. Think what it means to the business man —to any man with goods, or an idea, or anything to sell. Everyone is trying consci...

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

Friday, July 21, 1939 F < WANT-ADS an THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE for sale or trade for milch cow, large sise ooolerator, perfect condition. O. C. DAVIS. Forestburg News daughter and Harold Browning of Ad51*"- Texas, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Will Browning. Miss Evelyn and "Shadow" Hoover, both of Lawton, Okla., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hoover. „,M" Lynn and Harold Lynn v-f Wichita Falls visited with rela- tives here this week-end. Miss Lecnida Walker accompanied them nc mc after having spent several days visiting at that place Mr. and Mrs. Wes Molar and sons,! cS£n a"d an<}J- W. Curtis and Paul, were in Gainesville 1 an,i twu- ^ *1 U£ ^r" Sr''?„rM„daW Finney anaI Mr „d M C iS Mr. and Mr, AM™ ShS'^ ™ Bro „l^ went to wlchlt. and children and Colleen Hill were |1 alls rrlday- Miss Ethel Browning all visitors of Doyle Hill who has a.ccomF*nied them home for a few been seriously ill in the Gainesville Hospital. Cecil Jones returned home from Balko, Okla,, where he ha...

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

PttsHuft. "AGE 4 v ■' ' ' ' " . ■ •....: ■ I;1 T, 4' •• * " 'i THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, July 21, 1939 FOR WINDMILLS Blank Wood Sucker Rod « Special - - 10c per ft. Couplings for 11-8 rod with 5-8 pin BIk. - $1*00 per pr. FOR LAWNS 50 ft. Lawn Hose couple - Stationery Sprays Revolving Sprays $2.98 .19 1.29 Your Friends bcOTT BROO HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas *'***MV*M^"wvvvxAAnjxruuo- Mrs. John Latham. j that ealnt Jo was well represented Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Admire were, vt the Dye Mound picnic yesterday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. And while we have not heard from Sain Roach of Saint Jo. | them or anything about the picnic Mr. and Mrs. Allan Parsons ve will venture the assertion that spent the week-end with her mo- they met with a royal reception from ther, Mrs. Fox of Spanish Fort. our neighbor town and all had a good time together. vfllc last Friday on professional burl- new. Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis of Mil- ford were visiting relatives...

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

More News More Readers More Features The Saint Jo Tribune PHONE NO. 29 Volume 42 Saint Jo. Texas. Friday, July 28, 1939 Number 10 Three Saint Jo Ladies Attend Highway Beautification Meeting Mrs. S. J. Pedigo, Mrs. Taylor C. Davis and Miss Ruth Scott attended |he statewide rally of the Citizens' Highway Beautification Committee at the Blackstone Hotel, Port Worth, last Monday. They represented the Saint Jo Garden Club. Mrs. T. S. Myrlck and Mrs. Joe Luke of the Muenster Civic Club went with the Saint Jo club wo- men. Councilman Evans welcomed the visitors, and Mrs. I. BL McParland of Houston, chairman of the citizens' committee, presided over the meet- ing. Mrs. Will F. Lake, president of the Garden Club Federation and chair- man of District 2 of the citizens committee, was toastmaster at a luncheon. Harry Hines of the highway com- mission, Mrs. McFarlard and Mrs. Joseph M. Perkins of Eastland, president of the Women's Clubs Fed- eration, were on the luncheon pro- gram. Feature of th...

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

SPACE 2 i THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBU8HED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas ■tafcered second class matter, 1898, ai the Post Office at Saint Jo, "atantague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879, 2DOTLE II. MrGREGOR "irVOONE MCGREGOR WIS. BIGE DAVIS Owner-Publisher Editor ... News Reporter SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE 3NE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.00 «ose year outside op montaoue county $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 'Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation ■ad any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of vthis paper, will be gladly corrected upon due notice of same being given to Hie editor personally in the office of The Tribune. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes of Port "Worth and Mrs. R. H. Aldridege, Sr. >*«rf Handley spent Tuesday In Saint Jo visiting friends and relatives. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson and daughters, Dorothy and Joyce, and -SET. H. Wilson, all of Sherman, spent -Sunday with Mrs...

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