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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 October 1939

Friday, October 6, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE S 4 PAGE THREE * rr -i mm —r- —**i—nvirwirLWj u WANT-ADS WANTED: Sewing, quilting and embroidery work. Mrs. Bill Smith, near Katy lake. LOST: Sprila package bearing id- entifying card left on the bench by the side of Fleming's store. Re- ward for its return—-Mrs. Sybil Crump. o- (Corrected from Last Week) Legal Notice AN ORDINANCE REGULATING TRAFFIC AT THE INTERSEC TION OF BOARD STREET WITH HOWELL STREET AND AT THE INTERSECTION OF BOGGESS STREET WITH BROAD STREET BY AN ELEC- TRIC SIGNAL, AND PROVID- ING THE PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF. WHEREAS, there has been in- stalled, at the intersection of Board Street with Howell Street and at the intersection of Boggess Street with Broad Street in the City of Saint Jo, an electric traffic signal with alternating green and red lights or signals, it being deter- mined by the City Council that the green lights shall signify that vehicles and pedestrains moving toward the same shall proceed for- ...

Publication Title: Saint Jo Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 6 October 1939

PAGE FOUR THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, October 6, 1939 * kv try •> < > < >"< >n<' >f>< >i j Bed Room Suites New Designs Low Prices $28.75 $32.10 $36.50 New Low Priced Rockers Your Friends OCOTT BROb HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas w_-u-u-u~ljxjxru"xnfVV*M—«*yi-* * *■ * o 0 >0< >0< o >oJ Bonita News i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hawkins who have been visiting their children in Dallas, returned home last Sun- day. Mrs. Tompkins, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Edd Rackley, has returned to her home , in McKinney. Mrs. W. H. Admire is visiting re- latives in Houston. Mrs. F. J. Clement, Miss Velda Lou Ayres and Mr. and Mrs. King of Gainesville were visiting in the J. H. Ayres home last Sunday. Frank McCollum and daughter, Miss Dorothy, of Tioga were visit- ing in this comunity last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kennedy are the proud parents of a little daugh- ter, born Sept. 17. A daughter was born to Mr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 October 1939

wMI PANTHERS!\ BEAT Whitefboro The Saint Jo Tribune volume 41 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas Friday, October 13, 1939 Let's Boost The PANTHERS Fridai aaggBBBSBBBK number 20 A Ride Through The Country fc In my ride through the country phis week I found the work on the (Cooke County roads progressing prery well. The gravel from the aunty line to the C. R. Hale corner finished with the exception of soothing the shoulders. The Cedar Creek graveling began Dn Tuesday and is coming along Mcely. V ' These two stretches of gravel, phough ei.ort,-arc on bad places :id are a great help not only to all "^o nrfist -travel over them, but iso to "he"men who need and ap- reciater-Ahe work it furnishes. . I noticed one of the prettiest herd i calves I ever saw on the Redman Iros. farm this week. All seemed be the same height and about 1<* same color and weight. ■ The recent showers, though not early enough, have been sufficient i place for planting wheat and ?rley. This makes a good pasture E&g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 October 1939

JPAGE TWO THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, October 13, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas entered as second class matter, 1898, ai tne Post Office at Saint .jo. Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. DOYLE H. McGREGOR YVOONE McGREGOR Publisher Editor TEXA PRESS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT? $1-00 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $150 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. SUPERSTITIOUS? Friday the 13th is upon us again, and a day of caution it is for those among us who for years have walked out on the grass to avoid the stepladder, and sprinted down the way to beat the black kitten to an inevitable crossing. Pity the wife who this morning planned a thor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 October 1939

F Friday, October 13, 1939 rz>o<=> o<=>o<=>o< 1 SCHOOL NEWS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE r -a PAGE THREE 'o; >Q< >00 Kittens To Meet Necona Jr. Team Thursday By JERRY HAMMER The Saint Jo Kittens, coached by Mr. Pierce, who won over Henrietta 40 to 0, will play Nocona Thursday, October 12. The line-up for the game is: L. C. Rogers—L.E. Claud Brown—L. T. Charles Yetter—L. G. J. C. Smith—C. Price Cooper—R. G. Melvin Mattox—R. T. Clifford Kuykendall—R. E. Eldon Donnell—L. H. Weldon Donnell—R. H. J. D. Woods—Q. Roy Lawler—F. They expect to bring back the victory. o Election of Foot- ball Queen By LORRAINE WEBB Every year the election of the football queen is a big event in our high school. This week we are having individual voting. Each class may have as many candidates as are nominated, and at the be- ginning of next week, the girl from each class having the most votes becomes the class candidate, and all votes on former candidates will go to the class represent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 13 October 1939

*AGE FOUR no THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, October 13, 1939 BIG SURPRISES AWAIT YOU AT THE BURNS' GROCERY BE SURE AND VISIT OUR STORE SATURDAY BEFORE YOU DO ANY SHOPPING BRING US YOUR HEALTH CLUB BAKING POWDER COUPONS and receive a can of Health Club Baking Powders absolutely FREE Serve Fresh Vegetables this Week-End. We will have a large assortment for you to select from; Turnips & Tops, Celery, Lettuce, Green Beans, Carrots, Cabbage, Tomatoes, Onions, etc. Be sure to see them. We have a beautiful cream pitcher we are giving FREE with two boxes of KIX. We have GOOD bulk coffee at 10c per pound We are giving a half pound of Black Pepper with a four pound bucket of coffee. No additional price for th coffee. SPEND YOUR MONEY WITH US SATURDAY AND YOU WILL BE WELL PLEASED. BURNS' GROCERY WANT-AD* HOMEMADE CAKES—Call or «c< Mrs. C. R. Hoover. Approximately fifty dollar; worth of lumber will be auctionec off at the Peabody schoolhouse Saturday, Oct. 21, at 9:30 a. m. This lumber was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 October 1939

% umaouatamnnnnnnantov * ANT HERS! [BEAT Nocona The Saint Jo Tribune Let's Boost The PANTHERS Friday Nite ] L VOLUME 41 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas i riday, October 20, 1939 NUMBER 2Z rporal "Bob" Ingleston To Be lere Oct. 27,1939 Corporal "Bob" Ingleston will esent "Unwritten Bits of History" Saint Jo on Friday, 27, -at 7:30 m. | Corporal Inslestoa, an expert RPORAL/"BOB" INGLESTON tiotogrepher in civil life, enlisted are ordinary private but later came one of twenty-seven line pmbat photographers with the gnal Corps, Rainbow Division, ad was sent to the front with a rsonal "roving commission" from leral Pershing himself. He was se of seven of the original twenty- iren who came back alive, severe- gassed and with injuries he will to his grave. Corporal Ingleston was in France Id Belgium from November 1, |17, until November 10, 1919, and "roving commission" took him erywhere. From the day of his listment to the ringing bells of istice Day, and on through the ys of the Army of O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 October 1939

PAGE TWO THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, October 20, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Entered as second class matter. 1H88. ai tne Post Office at Saint .m. Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 187S DOYLE H. McGREGOR YVOONE McGREGOR Publisher Editor 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 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 I GIVE YOU TEXAS By BOYCE HOUSE Friendliness, as we all have often heard, costs nothing, yet it can sometimes mean far more to the other fellow than you might imagine. Sometime ago, this observer recognized an acquaintance on the other side of the street and raised a hand in greeting. He walke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 October 1939

i m i Friday, October 20, 1939 OOC3Q< >o<. >o< THE THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGE THREB DETECTIVE RILEY — SCRIBBLER ■ < >o< >oc DO Editor-in-chief Ray McLaughlin Assistant Editor Ralph Shannon Sport Editors .. . Martha Jo Wilson and Gordon Bellah Humor Editor .... Blanche Hammer Society Editor .... Frances Hemphill Secretary and Treasurer - Frances Le Lawson Sponsors Mlssees Rogers and Lombardo and Yvoone McGregor Saint Jo Students Organize Journal Club Under the sponsorship of Misses Rogers and Lombardo and the editor of the Tribune, the Saint Jo Journal Club organized Monday, October 16, with a personell of some twenty-five students. The purpose of the club is to write the school news each week which is to be included in the Saint Jo Tri- bune, and to learn more about news writing. The name selected for our school page is "The Scribbler." Officers elected for "The Scrib- bler" are as follows: Editor-in-chief—Ray McLughlin Assistant Editor—Ralph Shannon Sports...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 October 1939

frAGS ! We do TRADE Friday, October 20 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE NAPPY lirman 'GIVE 'IM DE WOlKSf MOW VOUSC guvs: -an a man as fearless as he is able - fella sitisuns! i give vou oglethorp q. gonkle yeah worry about guys okay chief jes' leave everyt'ing t now get ws,punks! dat'kios' gazette" mob is runnin' a candidate fer president an' we gotta see dat he don't git in? see?NOW git OUT AN' BREAK UP DEM MEETING ' S09HUC BSTtTERMENT appreciate gimm chance lemme at 'laaf guys is jes' 'fer trouble! how's about me gettin' a sock 'im.' PRCSlDtNT THANK (amem) MY FRIENDS GOOD gentlemen u • Of FV GONZLfc PRCS. nl Exhaust in boiling sirup for 4 to 8 minutes according to size and hard- of fruit. Seal immediately WANT-ADS and process containers of all sizes 20 minutes in boiling water bath. Our Appreciation Is Shown By Fair Price And Sincere Services Your Friends OCOTT BROb HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas Forty or fifty acres of farm land, 200 acres of stock gras...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 October 1939

t | ' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE S ■i J Winter Legumes For Texas by E. B. Reynolds, Chief, Division of Agronomy Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Soil fertility is the basis of all agriculture and of the prosperity of agricultural regions. Soils and soil fertility are influeftced greatly by climate. In warm, moist climates, such as that prevailing in the south- ern states, the soil organic matter decays and disappears rapidly. This iis the Teason why the soils of the south, as a rule, are low in organic matter and why it is difficult, if not impossible, to build up large amounts of organic matter in them by plowing under crop residues, manure, and green manures. In the north, however, the conditions during the summer favor abundant vegetative growth -while the ex- tremely low temperatures during the long, cold winters retard or prevent the decay of the organic matter, conditions which lead to the accumulation of organic matter in the soil. Soil organic matter ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 October 1939

IIPP "V I V WAGE FOUB THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE CROSS-WORD PUZZL p to tt " 1 5Tn ? n «/ ** +9 ic Across 1. Medial 8. South American Arma- dillo 12. Gluttons 13. Small cubes 14. Registers 15. At one time 16. Feminine name 17. Abstract conception of being 18. Haughty 19. Salt-covered plain 21. Strip blubber from a whale 22. Otherwise 23. Grief 24. Indian weight 25. Various 29. Aeriform matter 32. Put on 33. Direction of sunrise 37. Prayer 39. Want of feeling 41. Paroxysm 42. Past 43. Uppermost 44. A strong wine 45. An opening •47. Existence 48. Tooth enamels 49. Ruminants W. Landed properties Down 1. Without feet 2. Parts essential to life 3. FVench coin 4. Governed 5. Sphere of action 6. Obtains 7. Letter of alphabet 3. Worship 9. Loiv-growing western pines 10. Blame 11. User of reeds in thatch- ing 12. Efface 18. Entreaty 20. Roman bronze 21. Because 23. Tumor 26. Cheese 27. Heraldic wings 28. A field 29. Panted 30. Arrange side by side 31. Thinly diffused 34. Harmonize 35. Supports 36. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 October 1939

> FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1939 ( THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGE F1VA Low Cost Protection SCOTT BROS. Burial Association Saint Jo. Texas J Purpose r To be able to - — - • ■ • ... - better service everyone in our communities. Ample provision for emergen- cies which come to every home when death occurs. Low Cost / ,H , . .. 41 . > fr / . A small monthly, quarte rly or annual payment prepares members. ®snJa^ payment at regular intervals, will keep the burden of funeral expense from coming at one time, and relieve survivors a financial strain. Includes All Ag es Beginning at birth, all ages are provided for in the schedule as long as they are in good health when making application for membership. Scott Bros. Burial Association is strictly com- plying with the Senate law No. 135 passed by the Forty-sixth Legislature of Texas. Every member is protected to the fullest extent of policy. Represent atives Needed in All Communities Your Friends SAINT JO, TEXAS Buck has at last found himself a girl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 20 October 1939

-w w- PAGE SIX .1 ' f 1 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE — ocn >7 IMS >o< a. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1933 j >o< >"< >"< >"< >"< >«< >r>< >"< >< BED ROOM SUITE POSTER BED VANITY-3-piece MIRROR REGULAR CHEST $27.50 TERMS SLIGHTLY HIGHER Your Friends OCOTT BROO HARDWARE—FURNITURE!—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas last week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tompkins. J. B. Jackson left last Wednesday for Olney, Illinois. « Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Martin have moved to Saint Jo. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Sloan and fa- mily have moved to Hardy. A large crowd of friends and re- latives gave Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Fanning, who were married Sun- day, Oct. 15, a shower Saturday. Mrs. Fanning was Mrs. Leona Bess before her marriage. Their many friends wish them happiness. Miss Ora Wade and J. P. Embry of Hardy were married Sunday. Their friends of both communities wish them many years of happiness together, Mrs. Loree Wiese and children,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 October 1939

[PANTHERS! [ sBEAT Bridgeport The Saint Jo Tribune VOLUME 41 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1939 Let's Boost The PANTHERS Friday Nite NUMBER 22 A Ride Through The Country In my ride through the country this week, I found the farmers still picking cotton. When they be- gan to gather the cotton in August, I thought it would all be out by the middle of Oct., but some was just late cotton, then some had other things to attend to, the result being that there is quite a bit in the fields yet. W. A. Williams has some wheat that looks good for this dry year, Cecil Moore has wheat and oats planted, but he doesn't expect the oats to come up until it rains. There are still a few tomatoes being gathered in the Illinois Bend Community. Several people planted two or three acres in peas a few weeks ago after the showers, but none of them will make seed back. Friends of G. L. Stone will be sorry to learn that he lost a good horse last week. The horse fell off the bank of the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 October 1939

tAGE TWO THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE ^ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Altered as second class matter, 1898, at tne Post Office at Saint .10. Montague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 187S DOYLE H. McGREGOR YVOONE McGREGOR - - NEWS Publisher Editor PRESS TEXA ASSOCIATION "^waHawwHSfHajen LOCAL mi IT mi K BRIEFS nnnnnnttnnrmnnuunnnnnttnimnnunnttymttnnnnnmmnnnunrmnuttnuuttnnnnnunnnniBMntmnnriyi Mr. Kirby, Resident Engineer of Montague County, will speak on "Highway Safety" at the next P.T. A. meeting, November 2. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT? $100 ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.50 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation at 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. LET MODERATION RULE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 November 1939

\ [ \ '■ ' .. • tamiBMimaviawannnnnunnr^ {PANTHERS! BEAT Decatur The Saint Jo Tribune Let's boost The PANTHERS Friday VOLUME 41 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas Friday, November 3, 1939 NUMBER 23 A Ride Through The Country In my ride through the country this week I saw more clean Hal- lowe'en activities than I have ever seen, and not one trace of destruc- Uve rpischieviousness. This was due in a Jarge meaure to parents, teach- ers, and children cooperating in nlanning wholesome fun. Vvt Mountain View, where Guy Dinnell and Mrs. Joe Sampson teach, they decorated the rooms with witches and other Hallowe'en mbols and played games suitable ror the occasion. At Illinois Bend, where Floyd Harris, Mrs. C. C. Ware, and Mrs. Beatrice Dowd teach, they decor- ated the rooms and gave talks on the origin of Hallowe'en. They also had parties at the Sam Vantines' and Laurence Hutchinson homes. In the Spencer Community, where S. A. Vaughn, Miss Chloe Williamson, and Mrs. C. D. Mitchell teach, they ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 November 1939

f AGE TWO T"w SA1'VT JO TRIBUNE THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas week-end Farrier. in Electra with Mary Entered as second class matter, 1898. ai tne Post Office at Saint .<o, Montague County. Texas, under the Act of Congress of March Srfl. ibtu. Publisher Editor Mr. Ray Stewart joined his wife here Tuesday. Joe Farris wants your pecans. DOYLE H. McGREGOR FVOONE McGREGOR... PRESS TEXA ASSOCIATION SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT / ONE YEAR OUTSIDF OF MONTAGUE COUNTY 51 JO NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any enoneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which rr.av anpear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected uoon clue notice of same being g.>ven to the editor personally in the office of The Tribune Your Children Afiraid? Protecting a child by teaching him to be afraid of or to avoid certain situations means troubles later. It is much better that the small child understan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 November 1939

Friday, November 3, 1939 Low Cost Protection SCOTT BROS. Burial Association Saint Jo, Texas 1 Purpose To be able to better service everyone in our communities. Ample provision for emergen- cies which come to every home when death occurs. Low Cost A small monthly, quarte rly or annual payment prepares members. A small payment at regular intervals, will keep the burden of funeral expense from coming at one time, and relieve survivors a financial strain. Includes All kg es Beginning at birth, all ages are provided for in Hie schedule as long as they are in good health when making application for membership. Scott Bros. Burial Association is strictly com- plying with the Senate law No. 135 passed by the Forty-sixth Legislature of Texas. Every member is protected to the fullest extent of policy. Represen' afives Needed in All Communities r Your Friends p OCOTT BROO SAINT JO, TEXAS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE play a little. "She like* high heeled | shoes and chocolate cake and lots of pretty clo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 3 November 1939

M' \ * > PAG- SIX " SAI • ! TPTRI'N'F. .^OCZTDC 'Os i M IjOC I m?Q<. ■ n ">Q<~ ^Ov . ... yQ* ii^ HEATERS Wood Heaters: We have a large selection of Air Tite, Jemco Heaters, Lined and unlined, Log Wood full cast heaters, Cast top and bottom Heaters Gas Heaters: A New Styled Radiant Heater with porcelain fixtures at the lowest price in stove history. Other heaters for the Bathroom, asbestos backed and White Porcelain. Oil Burner Heaters: Two popular types in radiant and Circulating o types. Full Supply oi Stove Necessities -l, -' Youv Friends OCOTT BROb HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas >o<~:—>o< o >ocr9 Bonita News Mr. J. C. Langford returned home Fort Worth last Sunday. She has Visiting her children, Mr. and Sterling D. Howard, of Dallas, Visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Howard, over the week-end. Rev. and Mrs. Mote of Joplln, Mo. moved here last week. He will be the pastor of the Methodist Church this year. Rev. ...

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