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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 November 1939

7 jmjmwk WMKaxtHKHoaa awe b Pages The Saint Jo Tribune wwMHHagtnaoeaattgBft U e the St. Jo Tribune WANT ADS FOR RESULTSI VOLUME 41 L.** t* Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas Friday, November 10, 1939 a anna a a uu a a a a a a w a « a a NUMBER 24 Community Fair and Flower Show Here Next Week All entires for premiums except cut flowers and culinary items must be In the show room before 4 o'clock of November 16, or they will not be accepted. .-The annual Community Fair and ■"lower Show will be held in Saint I'o next Friday and Saturday, No- | member 17 and 18. The fair is 1 sponsored by the Parent-Teachers Association. OFFICERS Mrs.vM. L. Drabing, President Mrs. D. C. Kline, Vice-President Mrs. D. Winn, Secretary Mrs. Leeton Phillips, Treasurer COMMITTEES MANAGERS Mrs. J. H. Lauderdale Mrs. Luke Grant Mrs. C. E. Cunningham Mrs. J H. Embry Mrs. T. C. Davis PREMIUM COMMITTEE Mrs. W. L. Scott Mrs. Pearl Holland Miss Kate Dowd Mrs. K. R. Dort Mrs. S. C. Roach Mrs. Chester Holmes j. BOOK COMM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 November 1939

PAGE TWO thL: SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, November 1' 1339 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Lylian Preston and her daughter, | Dorothy, of Kirkland. Miss Dorothy , Preston Is attending T.S.C.W. at Denton. Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint .10. Mantague County, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. DOYLE H. McGREGOR - YVOONE McGREGOR "V _ Publisher ~ Editor PRESS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT'/ ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear -n 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. J. T. West of the Prairie Hill Comunity has bought the old Uncle Frank Dowd home. The house now known as the Brown Hotel. Mr and Mrs. W. R. Croxton of Nocona sj'ent the week-end w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 November 1939

A f • < * - 3* r WW o Friday, November 10, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGE THREE NAPPY uw -CM.' DON'T LOOK NOW, BUT there's tufpy" mclean an some of his gang we gotta think fast.'/ >-v '8SW.. HNJ mere comes oat guy nappy an* a coupla his pals/looks like there's gonna be SOME THIN' doln ? jes' be on yer toes,vouse 6uyi put fcr there, kid/ h'ya there ol'pal,ol' pal ft s-a-y# f what's tm' gag? i t'ought youse guys wuz on de outs wid usf no hard feelin's/ win or lose we kin still be pals/ u kin ya eemagine dat? an' By Irv Tirman ~~BH m Notes From the County Agent By A. S. ELLIOTT Select Turkey Breeders Now The selection of individuals for the breeding flock for next year should be done sometime before the turkeys are gotten ready for mar- ket. No farmer should make the mistake of selling of his early tur- keys and hoping to find suitable breeders among the late turkeys. In getting the birds ready to select the breeders, the small, un- dersized ones can be cut out as the others are ...

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

'.OV ; [• .< • y—r.r. FOUR THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE .ik rKiTTlVR RILEY . By Richard Lee \ \^IUEV looks and sees the mandarin lying on the floor ....DEAD:: ME cas 5ED, RILEY IS PACED rifW THE w..5 THING HE DREADS MOST ... SAYING GOODBYE TO VIOLA. no tears now-.let's sse that smile.' —don't you see,vi, i've got a job to finish and i can't stop now—vou'rs your a grand girl,viola,and perhaps we'll meet again someday...somewhere PViLEY UND VIOLA ff AVE SUC- BANTON PANEL like all cowards... he took the easy way out.'.' looks like YOU're too late, jim / he's killed himself.... this vial... POISON,' WALL OH DAN!: THIS CAN'T BE FRAlD HONEY LOCK:/ :VPCD IN fcAPTJRING 1HC MAN OASIKI AND ARE HOLDING MM PRISONER •WAITING THE ARRIVAL OF tthfe' consul. JIM BANfON. (/Q , And so.dectective dan riiey must MAKE A GREAT PERSONAL SACRIFICE,TO CARRY ON HIS BATTLE AGAINST CRIME. H. D. C. Contest Completed Bv OPAL CLAYTON flty Home Demonstration Agent Mill demonstrations carried on by alalfci romen in Monta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 November 1939

Friday, November 10, 1939 >n< > <j)< >o< '^'interview of Junior Sponsor ® by Nell Hucy Q< SCRIBBLER =>o< editor-in-chief .... Ray McLaughlin presented a very entertaining a. play, in the high school auditorium, Thursday afternoon. Marion Russell, program chair- man, and her committee, Doris Anita Walden, Ray Shannon, and Jimmy Lou Ivins wrote the play, and Marion directed it. The play was in the form of a radio broadcast. Thee cast, which was composed of 16 characters gave an interesting performance. Assistant Editor Ralph Shannon Sport Editors Martha Jo Wilson and Gordon Bellah Humor Editor Blanche Hammer Society Editor Frances Hemphill Secretary and Treasurer Frances Lee Lawson Sponsors Misses Rogers. Lombardo and Yvoone McGregor s S S Editorial s s s s Last year we published "The Rd%ndup." These annuals were sucess, and they were valued highly by jthe teachers and students who bought them. Many other students regret not having bought one. lfest Thurs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 10 November 1939

i, PAGE SIX 1 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE vfaFj Friday, November 10, 1C3!) Florence Console Oil Range THIS BEAUTIFUL FLORENCE OIL RANGE, FULLY INSULATED OVEN HEAT INDICATOR, FULL PORCELAIN IN WHITE TRIMMED IN BLACK AT NO ADVANCE IN PRICE $66.50 Your Friends OCOTT BROb HARDWARE)—FURNITURE!—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas Vs/WVS^SA/WW«l S/*^>/WWWW>A/WWW/V/VWWWWWWWW\A^VS^S/WWWVX' 1 FLOWER Continued from Page one 1st.—$1.50— (Mrs. C. E. Cunning- ham, $1.00—Mrs. Florence Nic- hols, $.50) 2nd. $1.00—Mrs. Gertrude Mitc- hell Red Bush Form 1st.—$1.50—(Mrs. Nettie Crump, $1.00—Mrs. Tom Wade, $.50) 2nd.—$1.00—Kingery Bros. Bronze Bush Form 1st.—$1.50—(Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Russell, $1.00—Mrs. O. K. Wil- liams, $.50) 2nd.—$1.00—Mrs. J. L. Lynch White Single Stem 1st.—$1.50—(Scott Bros., $1.00— Mrs. Fred Holland, $.50) 2nd.—$1.00—Mrs. S. T. Meador Cream Single Stem 1st.—$1.50—(Mrs. Hardy Frank- lin $1.00—Mrs. J. D. Randall, $.50) 2nd.—$1.00—Mrs. J. H. Embry Yellow Single Stem 1st...

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

\ U tat Eft, • '• V xn nnnnnnrm Congratulations, P. T. A., on your splendid work on tlie Flower Show The Saint Jo tribune WBWKngaiaiBttBHnBgttHmogaai- Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas Friday, November 17, 1^39 VISIT THIS YEAR'S BETTER FLOWER SHOW «a )ong!ggBrogaqaaa«aS NUMBER 25 Science on Parade To Be Here Nov. 20 Science on Parade, a demonstra- tion of the Induction Furance, Os- cillograph, Gyroscopes, etc., will be presented in Saint Jo at the High School Auditorium on Monday, November 20. J pot modernistic but futuristic is sj demonstration of scientific wonders. See the kitchen of the future which is absolutely heatless. In> proof an egg will be cooked in a skillet with a newspaper or hand between the skillet and stove. Ab- solutely no heat passes between stove and skillet yet the egg is thoroughly cooked. This is the Induction Furance which is be- coming increasingly important in the field of medicine. Hbw it ' creates heat in the human body des- troying stubborn germs is c...

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

Fa C Vhe SA1 T 'O TK'ir * Friday, November -T, 1Z,0 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Entered as second class matter, lH98. at tne Post Office at Saint Montague County. T«'x;is. rnri r th Act of Congress of March 3rd 1R7! DOYLE H. McGREGOR YVOONE McGREGOR Publisher Editor m PRESS TEXA SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE OKU YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT i* -■■■;—■; ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OP MONTAGUE COUNTY $1.>0 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputattci. Of tiny person, firm or corporation which may app ?r in the columns o. this prmer, will be slarl)y corrected upon due notice of same being £j ven to the editor personally in the office of The Tribune. PERSONALS Mrs. P. D. Morris and little son, Authur Dallas, have returned from Ada, Okla. where they have been visiting Mr. Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Authur Kingery for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cunningham and Mr. C. R. Hoover were in Gainesville Tuesday. Mrs. Earl Giles wa...

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

~ •' I p.; .. - &t ±', v F I K, p ■ -* iv J h ■ / ; * v ' .... .. • L ■ Friday, November 17, 1939 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE >:• rn>f. Richard Lee DETECTIVE RILE THE OPFICC OF JAMES BARTON ,TME AMERICAN CONSUL LOOK HERE,RILEY.'WHY DON'T YOU\* RUN OVER TO SINGAPORE OB SOMEPLACE AND TAKE YOURSELF A VACATION.'.' r-' <* v I'LL WIRE YOU IF ANYTHING HAPPENS AROUND HERE/. THANKS JIM.' MY FARES ARE PRACTiCALLY/pilj LEAVES ENfBlH? OH few.' HONGKONG that's rr/ HONGKONG'...THAT'S tH6 LEMME SEE NOW BANTON SAID THAT'S 0? ISB^ !?i vn nm\%"oi / lc— ■I' ? wm PAGE THREE MOUNTAIN VIEW Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McCarty of Carnegie, Okla., Miss Sally Snapp, Mrs. Fannie Pierce, and Mr. Charlie Snapp of the Dixie Community visited in the home of Mr. J. L. Snapp Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eual Tally spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Langford and daughter, Ruedean, spent Sunday visiting in the home of Mr. J. L. Snapp. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Tucker and children, and Mr. an...

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

..i i u± |—M PAGE FOUR THE SAINT J6 TRIBUNE f i'oxn the County Agent By A. 8. ELLIOTT District Educational Meeting The 1940 AAA program, the cot- ton marketing quota election, and plans for educational meetings were discussed last Monday and Tuesday as the state AAA representatives and Extension Service officials met with the county committeemen, ad- ministrative assistants, home de- monstration agents and county ag- ricultural agents. Among those pre- sent in the discussions were J. A. Scofield and Vida Moore, District Agents, E. N. Holmgreen, State AA A Administrator, R. P. Kinsey, Field Officer; Lester Young, Sen- ior Field Officer, and J. H. Watson. Montague County representatives were C. W. Miller, C. E. Dunn, F. P. Martin, Opal Clayton, and A. S. Elliott. A countywide educational pro- gram for Montague County will be discussed when the county com- mittee meets in the County Agent's office this week. Farm Income to Rise Reports from the national out- j look conference conducted...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 November 1939

r r 11 Friday, November 17, 1939 THE / 7 k 9 \i THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PAGE FIVS c ADVENTURES OF OZZIE A "Peck" Of T: SCRIBBLER >oc =>o< Z>QCZZZ>0 Jilor-ln-clilef Ray McLaughlin sistant Editor Ralph Shannon ort Editors Martha Jo Wilson and Gordon Bellah iimor Editor .... Blanche Hammer ciety Editor Frances Hemphill cretary and Treasurer .... Frances Lee Lawson |ponsors Misses Rogers. Lombardo and Yvoone McGregor s s s s THE TATTLER s s s s Ole' Tattler would like to ex- i his idea on this annual busi- To me it's one of the nicest gs that a high school can have I'm not the saleman either.) on now High School and lets ring our deposits and put out an linual that is worth a million, lis question was submitted to Silent Reporter: I've never en Pete Pedigo's car down at jsband's garage. Have you Tat- tr? My answer to this question "no." Why? Because the Tattler Bdn't given much thought to the hbject, but promises to look into le matter. [it is quite oblious that Ruth (Pat) e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 November 1939

*1 -wiCTRSi^i r v % •■*+ PAGE SIX THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE New! New! New! New! 25 new hard surface rugs 15 new varieties of vases Assorted new pictures New patterns in wallpaper Your Friends OCOTT BROb HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas <— Bonlta News Uhf. and Mrs. Allan Parsons and soft Visited relatives in Spanish Port this week-end. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Powell of St. To visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Powell, Sunday. DOh Staples of Fort Bliss, near 31 Paso, is at home with his par- irtti, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Staples, m ft tew days furlough. Virgil Parsons and Mmes. Edw- \f# Parsons, W. H. Admire, and V. D. Foster were in Wichita Falls 'ttfehfllng the District Meeting of ?edttated Clubs on Wednesday, November 15. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Haggerton ttended the funeral of Mr. Clyde vlaMox in Nocona last Sunday. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Clyde W. Yetter, D D s General Practice of Dentistry DENTAL X-RAY Saint Jo, Texas DR. W. W. MICKS Eye, Bar, Noee, Thro...

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

rm D WATCH FOR THE 0. HISTORICAL AND | CHRISTMAS EDITION | monnniaacfVGan The Saint Jo . h ■ • ' 1 v ./ VOLUME 41 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas Friday, November 24, 1939 WATCH FOR THE I HISTORICAL AND CHRISTMAS EDITION WBraHWBBHW1cnafttBgggMttltt«e^ NUMBER 26 A Ride Through The Country i School Exhibits In my l-ide through the country this week I found hog killing and the canning and curing of the meat to be the order of the day. This cool dry weather is ideal for this purpose. Beautiful coloring may still be seen a!6ng the country hillsides, but it is|not as bright as it has been for t ie past few weeks. Many of the bright reds and greens have fadec, and some of the soft shades have become a dull brown. In a few wee« most of the trees will have put on their winter coats of brown, so let's enjoy them while we can. I am glad to report that Mrs. S. E. O'Neal, who has been ill for the last five weeks, is much im- proved, but (a letter to her friends) I am afraid we have spoiled her,...

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

f ACL I".VO I v BH i THE SAINT jb TRIBUNE ptf*- Friday, November 2c, 13CD THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE , PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas Entered as second class matter, 1898, at toe Post Montague County. Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3rd, i 7 DOYLE H. MCGREGOR - YVOONE McGREGOR Publisher Editor MEMBER PRESS TEX A ASSOCIATION children of Levelland spent the i week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrn. Charlie Varney. Miss Nell Lowery shopped in Dal- las last week-end. Mrs. Suzie Dennis of Memphis, Texas, and her son, Morgan Dennis, and family of Demmit were guests in the A. J. Denniis home over the week-end. Mrs. Frank Woods of Austin sfJent last week-end with her son, Foye Woods, and Mrs. Woods. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT/.. - — " I/™ ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF MONTAGUE COUNTY NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing s ■ Qt anv nerson firm or corporation which may appear .n the columns of this paDer, will be gladly cor...

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

mm Trl-zy, November 2* 1939 C^o M if THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE U THE ocdoctd; PAGE THKKtt '! SCRIBBLER >o< >o< >oc OOCTDO editor-in-chief Ray McLaughlin Assistant Editor Ralph Shannon Sport Editors Martha Jo Wilson and Gordon Bellah llumor Editor ... Blanche Hammer Society Editor Frances Hemphill Secretary and Treasurer _ Frances Lee Lawson Sponsors Misses Rogers. Lombardo and Yvoone McGregor s s s s s THE TATTLER s s s s s ] Hi, Chilluns! Y'ets go to press ith the latest gossip from the ole' igh School Campus. Let's start out day with some definitions. They ill help you not only in history ut in interpreting the news items. Socialism: You have two cows and give one to the neighbor. Commupnism: You have two cows and give both to the govern- ment and the government gives you the milk. Fascism: You keep the cows and give the milk to the government, and the government sells it back to you. Naziism: The government shoots youand takes the cows. New Dealism: The government kills...

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

page four 1 v * r Y < i THE saint jo tribune ' « 1 ' Friday, November 24, 1939 1 Household Needs Aladdin Lamps -USE THE TRADE-IN BARGAIN- Aladdin Lamp Supplies OH Lamps And Supplies Cream Separator Oil Household Oils Harness OH Linseed Oil Youi Friends f\ bcOTT BROb HARDWARE—FUliNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas (jxru-Lru*tAA/vvvv*ij" ~mr-ii—■-- WANT-ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE 100 Rhode Island pullets. J. K. Seibold FOR LEASE: 101 acres improved, 33 acres in cultivation, good grass, Spring and well water, well fenced, 1 mile south of Freemound. Also COWS, hog, and chickens for sale. See me at once— F. C. Norman Forestburg, Texas WANTED 100 or more hilly acres ot land around Saint Jo. State acreage, royalty, improvements, and |price, write Bob Smith, Rt. 2, Iowa j Park, Texas. o MOUNTAIN VIEW Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Tucker and .ldren visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. rley Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Talley and Children spent Sunday with Mr. and " s. W. M. Talley. Imogene ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 December 1939

V ■ J**- I •O*igOrott6to)0(l0O5(8O*MMM#HHHM9 WATCH FOR THE HISTORICAL AND CHRISTMAS EDITION Saint VOLUME 41 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas Friday, December 1, 1939 WATCH TOR THE HISTORICAL AND CHRISTMAS EDITION jjtut NUMBER 27 Research Sponsored By P.T.A. Premises Inter- esting Historical Edition rz>o< >o< >o< >o< A Ride Through The Country Almost forgotten facts concerning the early days of life in Saint Jo are being unearthed by members of %he Parent-Teachers Association find those they have secured to as- List them in preparing the data for the ^Historical and Christmas Edi-! Jtion of the Tribune. . Working under the direction of Mrs. M. L. Drabing, president of the Association, committee memb- in my ride through the country ers have contacted various people, this week I found the spirit of who are particularly well acquaint- J Thanksgiving in all the commun- ed with one of the many topics as- 'ities through which I go. signed thsm and have secured their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 December 1939

PAGL IWO THE SAINT JO TRIBUN' 4 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Saint Jo, Texas ered as> seooprl lass matter, 1 HOB, ai tne Post Office at Saint .jo. Montague CounU T va«, utid+r th , Act of Congress of March 3rd, 187!; DOYI^E H. McGREGOR TVOf*NR MrGREGOR Publisher Editor M PRESS TEXA SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR IN MONTAGUE COUNT ! W-M ONE YEAR OUTSIDE OF MONTAGUE COUNTY $i->0 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Afty. errpnpous xsf lection upon the character, standing or reputa <.ci of any pcrcor>.,.firoi 'or oqrporation wViich irrny appear iri the columns o this pptjer.,'$Jfl'T)e .Siarljy corrected upon due notice of same being gjven tc the .'^[or pc'rsou^JJ.y in the office of The Tribune rtMlV " to >!)"> PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ferguson of Graham visited her mother Mrs. C. H. Durbar, Sunday. !■. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Smith of Bre- ckenridfje visited Mrs. C. H. Dunbur Sunday. have as their guests over the Thanksgiving Holidays their daughters, Miss Louise...

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

ri PAGE FOUR SAINT JO TRIBUNE Friday, Dote ml' SANTA'S GIFT ITEMS Our first showing of many HOLIDAY GIFT ITEMS is now ready for your pur- chases. You may use our LAY-A-WAY PLAN begin- * ning Saturday. We have the greatest assortment of TOYS, PICTURES, CHINAWARE, NOVELTY BRIC A BRACS, NEW FURNITURE, and NEW RUGS that we have had for the CHRISTMAS SEASON. COME IN AND BROWSE ABOUND Your Friends bcOTT BROO HARDWARE—FURNITURE—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Saint Jo AMBULANCE SERVICE Texas \^X/XJ\JVXAAAAAJ"*Lr J I this manner the germs reach the human blood stream, symptoms de- veloping in from one to ten days. The victim suddenly complains of headache, has body pains, chills, fever, and vomits. The fever, which may run high, usually lasts two or three weeks. Convalescence is slow. Death occurs in approximately 5 per cent of the cases. The above facts indicate that hunters should not kill slow-moving rabbits. Healthy wild rabbits do not tarry. Also, for those who dress rabbits, it is advisable to use ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 December 1939

§ WATCH FOR THE « HISTORICAL AND CHRISTMAS EDITION The Saint Jo Tribune WATCH FOB THE HISTORICAL AND CHRISTMAS EDITION VOLUME 11 Saint Jo, Montague County, Texas Friday, December 15, 1939 NUMBER 29 The Xmos Season Is Here Again! The Christmas spirit, in yuletide decorations, is evidence around the square in typical and individual de igns in nearly every window. Brilliant Christmas colors light the plaza in the center of the square here. The Saint Jo Garden Club planned the lighting effects and members of the club worked out the plans so that Saint Jo's central Christinas decorations would be even more attractive than last year's. Rules and Regul- ations lor the Xmas Lighting Exhibit T. A. D. Has 3£mas Party The Saint Jo-Bowie Chapter No. 13 of Texas Association of the Deaf met at the McGregor home last Sunday afternoon and evening for their first annual Christmas party, i After the exchange of gifts, fol- lowed by a Christmas story by Doyle H. McGregor, general dicus- sioti was enjo...

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