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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 January 1941

F T— General News MOTKS of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. Peobody Newc Mrs. Charlie Ptree and son, Clyde of Seagraves, and Mrs. Ruth Wil- liams, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ptree, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cable and Tommie Cable spent Sunday visit- ing relatives in Wichita Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Aldridge and son, Douglas had as their guests last Friday several of her cousins from Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Luke Bowen en- tertained with a party and kitchen shower in their home -Saturday night, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Yates, Mrs. Yates before her marriage was Floy Lee Bowen. PIONEER GAINESVILLE ATTORNEY DIES GAINESVILLE,—Henry S. Hol- man, 82, pioneer North Texas at- torney, died here Monday after a long illness. A native of Missouri, he came here in 1882, served as justice of the peace, fire chief and city re- corder in the early days. He was county ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 January 1941

I mm mm M ,-«? *£ *P •/'; * ■>><>* §m ■"$■■:> ?K t * ( i Bits o* Nothing By E. E. H. I . Office clock, ticks away; We've nothing to write, And, we've nothing to say. (Usual column, eh?) * * * Business is fair, but could be better; Maybe we ought to write our creditors a letter. (But, they'll sue anyway.) * * * The weather comes and the weather goes; Where the ground hog lives, nobody knows. (They're shy little cusses.) * * * Oil business booming, We're very glad to see; , Maybe it'll help both You, you and me. (Wouldn't a million be nice.) * * * From a paperhanger, Hitler did rise; Ought to be one-armed and with the hives. (Sblrer's a nice speaker.) * * * Left our glasses in the repair shop; Walking around like we's drinking "hop." (Age is telling on us.) * * * Saint Jo Panthers gona meet and dine; We've been invitd to come and jine. (Gotta 'member Tuesday nite.) * * * Local schools need to collect some money; Wonder how much is a gallon of Honey? (Gee, that's serious...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 January 1941

*• " THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. INI THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY — SAINT JO, TEXAS EARNEST E. HAYLEY, Editor-FubRsher Entered as second class matter, 1897, at the Post Office at Saint Jo Montague County, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague $100 Outside County $1-50 PRESS Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in tl.e columns of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. Peabody News Rhoda Harnill who has been at- tending school at. Denton began teaching here last Monday. Cecil Harnill, who resigned is leaving for Paris, Texas, where he has accepted a positon. Vilma Harner of Post Oak spent Saturday night with Carmon Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dunn and family attended the birthday dinner of her grandmother, Mrs. E. I. Tamkins of Mount Tabor Sunday. Mr. and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 January 1941

MM * i i SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. t ..; SAINT JO H-D CLUB HAS PARLIMENTARY LAW STUDY AT DUNBAR HOME Mrs. E. N. Dunbar was hostess to the Saint Jo Home Demonstra- tion club Friday afternoon, in her home on West Howell street. The program for the afternoon was opened with the singing of the club song, "God Bless Amer- ica." Topic for the afternoon was "Parlimentary Procedure" and the roll call was answered with a parlimentary law from each mem- ber present. Various committee reports were listened to and Mrs. C. E. Cunn- ingham brought a report of the recent meeting of county council and conducted an extensive parli- mentary drill. Mrs. D. C. Kline gave an inter- esting book review of "Their Own Country," by Alice Tisdele Hobart. The names of two new members Mrs. R. M. Russell and Miss Wy- nzola Mitchell were added to the roll. A refreshment plate was served COTTONWOOD CLUB HEARS ABOUT CHICK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 31 January 1941

K General News NOTES of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. i . ft - AI ■' ■ • ' Y-*h' ' 1 Commentator- (Continued from Page One) British. In referring to Hitler's relations to Stalin and Mussolini, the com- mentator expressed the belief that Russia is afraid of Germany and that all three are willing to double cross one another Stalin is keeping out of the war with the hope that Germany and Italy will continue to battle Great Britain until both are weakened for his kill. Hitler can't allow Italy to be defeated, so Mus- solini is taking orders from the Nazi leader now. Speaking of conditions in the oc- cupied countries, the speaker said, "Not since the 30-year war has Europe seen such conditions." Ger- many doesn't care how many of the Poles, Czehs, Dutch and Norwegians die of starvation. Those attending the lecture from here included: Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Drabing, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Scott, their guests, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 February 1941

■""s' V'k, * «• Bits o Nothing / After last week's column of (T) verse, which Bob Baskin (Wichita Record New ) all but called, 'worse' we take a rest by quoting these bits from the other fellow. You'll find it better stuff than we could write at this particular 3:30 P.M. hour (Thursday.) * * * The roan who tries his hand at something and fails, might try using his head for a change. * * * Susie says that in the good old days a girl got a job because she could not get a husband—Now, the husband is easy to get if she has a job. * * * Economy is nothing but a way of spending money without get- ting any fun out of it. * * * All real success is built on fail- ures. Those who are not discour- aged by discouragement are the only sure winners in any under- taking. * * * t Hospitality has been defined as the virtue which induces us to w feed and lodge persons who are ' not in need of food and lodging. i i * * * ' f / The family skeleton used to be hidden in the closet—now we find it in beach...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 February 1941

SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. SAINT JO WOMEN HEAD COUfaTY FEDERATION FOLLOWING ELECTION HERE LAST FRIDAY Mis Ruth Scott, first vice-presi- dent of the Montague County Fed- eration was automatically elev- ated to the office of president when Mrs. James Doherty of Nocona of- fered her resignation during the meeting of the group here Friday afternoon. Further recognition for Saint Jo women followed with the election of Mrs. Boyd Winder as first vice-president. She was elected by acclimation. Twelve county clubs responded to the roll call when the meeting opened at the First Presbyterian church. Invocation prayer was o- fered by Mrs. J. A. Foshee of No- cona. In a short opportune address W. M. U. MEETS AT CHURCH FOR MISSION PROGRAM The Saint Jo Baptist Women's Missionary Union met at the church Monday for a regular mission pro- gram and business meeting Mrs. Lauderdale was program chairman. Those ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 February 1941

« vr ) i i i xm SAINT JO TKIBUNK, FRIDAY, FEBBUAKT 1, 1M1 /] rtvfyj IjVg/,' rxg£j j\f>j SS/JlXlVIW.1 LXf/J :VfJ LVR/J LVtVj LVtyJ LwJ LVt /'LVtVJLvt> .< o [ 31st ANNIVERSARY of SCOUTING in U. S A. Feb. 7th thru Feb. 13th SCOUTING MARCHES FORWARD increasing Building While the nation's industrial machine labors at an ever- pace to arm us, other important factors must not be overlooked, and maintaining the country's morale is as important to national defense as expanding production. That is why it is encouraging to note that the Boy Scout movement marches forward in Saint Jo and every other community in America. Positive measures are the order of the day. The million and one half boys and men who make up the movement are pursuing a nationwide program of action to make Scouting a signal and effective asset to this country in an emergency. Through a program of education and energetic activity Scouting hopes to revitalize the ideals and practices of American democracy. While the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 February 1941

g 1 EDITORIALS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY — SAINT JO, TEXAS EARNEST E. HAYLEY, Editor-Publisher Entered as second class matter, 1897, at the Post Office at Saint Jo Montague County, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague $1.00 Outside County $150 PRESS Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. MUTUAL DEPENDENCE A motor truck hauled a tractor over a hard-surfaced road at rapid pace when speed was needed. Later the tractor pulled the truck out of the heavy mud when power was needed. And here is an obvious object lesson to the race of men. Brain and brawn, capital and labor are each dependent upon the other in their relations and can be helpful to the other. Mutual interest should invite harmony and co-operation ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 February 1941

3"vC7 . ) ) [ This-'n'-That from Here — from THERE — from EVERYWHERE Items worthy of mention either for their wide appeal or their present importance. > HISTORY OF MY KITCHEN by Mrs. H. N. Dearmore Kitchen Demonstrator for the H. D. C. Club, Montague, Texas The dimension of my kitchen is 10x14 feet, and for floor covering I have a 10x14 congoleum rug. Across the north side of my kitc- hen is a built-in cabinet, which ex- tends from the ceiling to the floor. In the center of the cabient is a window, and just below this win- dow is the sink. I have plenty of space for dishes, silverware, cook- ing utensils, and storage room. The cabient cost $45.00, and the finish is natural varnish. In front of the east window is a kitchen table, made of hard wood. The finish is natural. In the Southwest corner of my kit- chen is a pantry, where I store my canned fruits, vegetables, etc. I have a table top Butane gas range with five burners. The finish is white enamel bordererd with black. The win...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 7 February 1941

' 4*r' ■% PERSONALS COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your help In reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE the kind of paper you like . . . Telephone 29 J. S. Lauderdale visited Fred Hol- land who is in the Gainesville hos- pital Sunday. Joe Harris of Graham, and Jo Clark Ruthledge of Panhandle were uests of Dolly Harris Friday even- ST Margarete Collier was in Nocona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davidson and son, Daniel, of Estelline visited Janice Wllkerson and friends here Friday. Mrs. Davidson is the form- er Josephine Bounds. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Ferguson of Graham, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. C. H. Dunbar. Mr. and Mr«. R. T. Buck were in Nocona Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. B. Bull, who has been ill for sometime is reported im- proving. Dorothy Margaret Giles returned to Denton Sunday night after spending the mid-term holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Giles. Mrs. Pearl Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Holland of Montague, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holland and da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 February 1941

1 [ Bits o Nothing Sticky, stinky old dust storm, You're such an imposition; Everything you touch you harm, Including our disposition. * * * Mrs. Kent Bellah Became just plum, down right homesick Wednes- day morning when the Panhandle duster rolled in from the northwest. She even went so far as to call the Tribune office to beg our copy of the Hedley Informer. More than likely she hadn't even missed her copy of that home-town paper until the Amarillo-rain blewup. * * * Now we have served time in what was once considered the "dust bowl" region, and we know what that weather does to our good-na- ture. We have a great deal of re- spect for the good citizens of Here- ford, where we once edited the Brand and the wonderful people of Memphis where we were on the Democrat, but we just can't get too far away from those dust storms. We refuse to give up our good friends in the Panhandle region, but we are very happy to bequeath our, part of the weather to them and «. *i Bellah—if they want it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 February 1941

EDITORIALS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY — SAINT JO, TEXAS EARNEST E. HAYLEY, Editor-Publisher Entered as second class matter. 1897. at the Post Office at Saint Jo Montague County, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague $100 Outside County $1-50 m PRESS Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FBTOAT, FEBRUARY 14. Personals of Years Ago From the Saint Jo Tribune of . February 18, 1916 Mrs. Foe Bowers and sister, Edith Bellah, were in Gainesville Wednes-. day. • • • Herbert S. Calaway of Bowie was in Saint Jo Monday. * * A. E. Pettit went to Dallas yest- erday on business and to visit re- latives, his son, David went with him. Tom R. Saturady. Jordan, was in Saint Jo J. L. Morgan took his so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 February 1941

' y. j*. ■ wjk t t ] [ I I SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. AGENT SPEAKS BEFORE FORESTBURG H-D MEETING "Let's take advantage of the shrubs and trees, our native plants, available near us," said Miss Vinnie Dee Michie, in her talk on yard beautiflcation to the Forestburg Women's Home Demonstration club, held February 7 at the home of Mrs Erma Landers. Much interest was shown by the 25 members and visitors present. Mrs. L. B. Satterfield, the club chairman, appointed a committee of four, Mesdames W. L. Campsey, Lynn Ford, Lucile Littell and J. W. Gardner, to colect native trees and shrubs in the Forestburg commun- ity to be carried to the next council meeting at Montague. These trees and shrubs will be transplanted on the courthouse lawn where yard improvement work will have its beginning for the year. Mrs. Casey Jones volunteered to serve as yard demonstrator in the place of Mrs. Irma Landers. Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 14 February 1941

' p.- SBTC'' - 9K m — PERSONALS COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your help In reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE the kind of paper you like . .. Telephone 29 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pedigo and Mrs. O. C. Fisher were in Dallas Monday. Mr. D. E BeSaw was in Gaines- ville Tuesday on business. John Saffell, Jr. and Earl Robin- son, students at Oklahoma Univers- ity, Norman, visited in the Saffell home over the week-end. Mrs. Bill Crump, Mrs. Herschel Boyd, Mrs. James Stricklin, Martha Lou Owens, and Janice Wilkerson spent Wednesday in Wichita Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Holland of Montague spent Sunday visiting his family her*. Mrs. Reynolds of Olney is here visiting her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Goodloe. Mrs. D. E. BeSaw and Mrs. Tru- man Goodloe, were in Wichita Falls Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Foye Wood of Henrietta were Saint Jo visitors Saturday. THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1M1 THE POCKETBOOK of KNOWLEDGE ^ Marie McMurray of Spanish Fort and Inez Satterfleld of Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 February 1941

■VSMfei. M !- ■ ^ ■ - • ■■ Bits o* Nothing By E. E. H. MONTAGUE, — It wa* a busy week-end for members of the Sheriffs force who rounded up ten customers for the county's iron-barred hotel Saturday night and another patron Tuesday Ten were held in jail for .drunkeness Saturday night and another was brought from Ringgold for drunkness Tues- day. * * * / I The Saint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Cooke and Montague Counties In Northwest Texas Established In 1898 VOLUME 43 Saint Jo, Montague County, Tex. Friday, Febraury 21, 1941 NUMBER 35 DISTRICT C. E. PROGRAM SET AT IOWA PARK [ 1 The above is only a fair example of the kind of news report we are going to be able to give you from Montague from now on Miss La- ird is our new representative at the county seat and will keep us posted on comings and goings of that area. * * * First it was the wedding bells and now it is the army bugles that are breaking up that old gang. * * * The sadest tale of the week is the going of one Bob Baskin, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 February 1941

S O CIE t y BRING OR TELEPHONE YQUB ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on ail social events of the community It serves. MABEL McMURRAY WEDS NOCONA MAN IN CHURCH RITES AT GAINESVILLE Mabel McMurray and Alvin V. Rolls of Nocona were married at the First Methodist church in Gaines- ville on St. Valentine's evening. Robert Thompson of Nocona and Lina Cable of Saint Jo attended the couple. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Gerald McCollum, pastor of the church. Mrs. Rolls is dential assistant to Dr. Clyde W. Yetter and Mr. Rolls is employed with the Stanolind Pipeline company. They are at home in Mrs. C. H. Dunbar's apartments. BLUE BONNET STUDY CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. DRABING The Blue Bonnet Study Club of Saint Jo met at the home of Mrs. M. L. Drabing Thursday afternoon of last week with Mrs W. L. Scott as leader. Members answered the roll with a favorite biography. Travel was the subject of the ■program built around the theme, "The world is a great book, of -which they who never sti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 February 1941

fe' MOTM ef INTKRXCT to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMM Vm Tribune* publishes brief rsports ef timely importance to ita terra readers. j ) ( 5 1 HOCONA FIRMS GET CONTRACT FOR $57,000. NOCONA,—The Nocona Leather Goods company, manufacturer of athletic goods, has received a con- tract from the federal government for $57,028 worth of athletic goods which includes the following: 2,500 basketballs, 21,000 fielders' gloves and 1,000 catchers' masks. The Nocona Leather Goods com- pany has the equipment and skilled workers required to handle this big order which fact was recognized by the war department. The war department's order for $618,843 worth of athletic equip- ment was divided among 24 firms throughout the United States. WILDCAT LOGS SHOW Tor« r . rtunter No. 1 Barcus, block 78, Kaufman County school lands survey, Northern Montague County wildcat, drilled sand slight odor of oil from 3,961 feet to 3,965 feet and was drilling deeper below 4,111 feet in shale, last week-end. Dye Mound Hews b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 February 1941

THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY — SAINT JO. TEXAS EARNEST E. HAYLEY, Editor-Publisher Entered as second class matter, 1897, at the Post Office at Saint Jo Montague County, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague $100 Outside County $1.50 PRESS Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. THE SAINT lO T ft I B TT N B. FRIDAY. FEBBUABY , 1M1 Workers Get Half of Texas Oil Cost Dollar THIS IS YOUR TOWN In supporting a trade-at-home movement the Tribune has no desire to dictate to its readers, but only to remind that local merchants are depending on you. In order for a local business firm to carry on, pay taxes, rent, and general up keep toward the progress of the town, he must have the local man's support. 4 It is to be gr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 February 1941

Tbis-'n'-That from Here — from THERE — from EVERYWHERE Items worthy of mention either for their witfe appeal or their present importance. wt Area Supervisors Discuss Proposed Soil Amendments Montague County's two members on District Soil Conservation Boards of Supervisors and County Agent, Arvle Elliott, attended a meeting in Arlington Monday afternoon to discuss proposed amendments to the State Soil Conservation Law. Mr. L. T. Hunter, secretary of the Board of Supervisors for the West Fork of the Trinity District, and G. E. Blackmon, Upper Elm-Red District attended the meeting. Mr. Hunter was elected last year. Mr. Blackmon was selected by the State Soil Conservation Board at Temple to serve with Oscar Aldridge of Gainesville. These two men will be responsible for getting the Upper Elm-Red Soil Conservation District into operation. Spencer News CARD OF THANKS We take this means of expressing our heartfelt appreciation for the many kind words and deeds of our friends and neighbors d...

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