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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 21 February 1941

I %4v I ' ■ ■' 1 —— PERSONALS COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your help fn reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE the kind of paper you like . . . Jelephone 29 Jack Collier of Norman, Okla.,"** was in Saint Jo Friday for a visit with his parents. Margaret Giles, a junior at T.S. C.W. spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Giles. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holland were in Dallas Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming and daughter, Elizabeth, spent Monday in Wichita Falls, visiting her broth- er, D. W. Wiley and family. Mrs. J. W. Holmes and daughter, Mary Nell, of Fort Worth visited relatives here last week. Walter Collier was in Falls on business Friday. Wichita Bill Crump attended the Automo- bile show in Fort Worth last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Moss Holmes at- tended the Golden Glove Tourn- ament in Fort Worth Monday night. J. B. Lawson has been ill for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown of Archer City, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sharo of Terrell. Okla., visited their mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

Bits o Nothing By E. E. H. The weather today (Thursday) is lovely and every thing would be ok if it were not for the fact that we are having to go to press with- out a lot of the news we had plann- ed for this issue. Even a larger paper ( 2 sections) than usual does not provide enough space for our "mistakes" this week—we're sorry. * * * Believe it or not. Don BeSaw's favorite daytime radio program is— you'd never guess—"Ma Perkins." * * * II Duce has promised to stick with Germany to the end. And, no doubt, he figures it will help if Germany will stick with Italy just as long. * * * Hitler has named April for "drive." Let's hope he pickes the first day of that month and that the attempt backfires on him. * * * J H. Embry scys he is having to use a shovel, during this muddy weather, to dig down to his cow before he can milk, and J. H. Lauderdale remarks that he hadn't thought of that, but he has been jacking up his barn twice a day. * * * The Saint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area of Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

m THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY — SAINT JO. TEXAS EARNEST E. BAYLEY, EdIUr-Publteher Entered as second class matter, 1897, at the Post Office at Saint Jo Montague County, Texas, under Act of Congress of March S, 1878. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague $1-00 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 JO T 11 B V N *. f«IDAY. PEBSOABY H. mi Montague Locals HIDDEN—BUT COSTLY There are a lot of people who think they pay no taxes because the tax assessor doesn't happen to send them a bill. Just how wrong this happens to be is pointed out by The Texas Digest in quoting the New York Sun's recent story hidden taxes. While taxes may be hidden, the ar- ticle points out there are 126 different taxes on a pair of shoes, 8 differen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on aU social events of the community it serves. ■ t SPENCER H-D CLUB TO MEET WITH MRS. DOW CHILDRESS TUESDAY The Spcncer Home Demonstra- tion club will meet in regular ses- sion Tuesday afternoon of next week with Mrs. Dow Childress as hostess. The club held its last meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 18, with Mrs. Opal Byrum as hostess. Mrs. S. S. Hoff- man, club president presided over the business session. Mrs. Jean Slaton brought the pro- gram, "Better bedding and its care." Following the social hour, led by Look! LADIES! Beauty Mrs. C. F O'Neal, refreshments were served to the following: Mes- dames Hoffman, Slaton, A. O. Ivins, J. L. Summers, Viola Adams, E. W. Salmon, Childress, L. Ivins, W. C. Wadon. s. A. Vaughn, C. F. O'Neal, N O. Pierson, Opal Byrum, and a guest, Mrs. Byrum of Anadarko, Okla. 1 J I { - > Specials ONE WEEK ONLY BEGINNING FEB. 28 Lash & Brow dyes Plain Shampoo and Set .35 35c $5 Permanents $2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

h-i PERSONALS COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your help fn reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE the kind of paper you like . . . Telephone 29 Doyle H. McGregor spent the week-end in Dallas. Mrs. Faye Gordon of Norman, (pent the week-end with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs J. D, Randall, and son, Jackie Lee. Margaret Giles, student at Texas State College for Women, Denton, visited her cousin, Edwin L. Fulton student at Texas A. Si M. at College Station last Saturday and Sunday. D. E. BeSaw was a visitor in Duncan, Okla., last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boucher of Duncan visited her brother, Mr. and Mrs. D E BeSaw Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Bateman and children of Houston spent the week- end with Mrs. Bateman's father, P. J. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Scott were in Dallas Tuesday. Bill Poteet, student in North Tex- as State Teachers College, Denton, visited home folks here last week- end. Mrs. J. B. Bull and sod, Jimmie accompanied Mrs. L. O. Ferguson to Graham Friday where they...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

(S aint Jo Tribune • SCOTT BROS. 51st ANNIVERSARY SUPPLEMENT, FEB. 28, 1941 * Scott Bros. Mark 51st Anniversary SCOTT BROS. HIT BY DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN 19 11 Shortly after Scott Bros, store became "of age' their building and stock was com- pletely destroyed by one of the most disastrous fires in the history of Saint Jo. The fire broke out a little after 12 o'clock Saturday night, Nov. 26, 1911, to give the city a loss of about $45,000. The blaze started in the rear of the Easterwood Dry Goods comp- any's store and gutted the two stone building, according to a news story appearing in the Dallas Morning News. The story is reproduced as follows: "Scott Brothers' furniture store occuppied a two-story stone struc- ture adjoining Easterwood's on the east side. It was totally destroyed. "To the rear of these building Davis* livery barn was burned, together with a considerable amount of feedstuff and a number of veh- icles. He saved all of his livestock. "The O K Hotel, owned by Scott Bros, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

February 28, 1491 SCOTT BKUis. 51st ANNIVERSARY SUPPLEMENT SAINT JO TRIBUNE THE POCKET^ _ of KNOWLEBCE 4. 316 INDUSTRIAL / job — FOR TViE NATIONAL program ^BOUT" 300000 (10.000DIRtcnv me mvv Atone required/ EARNINGS OF RAH ROAD EMPLOYEES IN 1940 fiVEfAGFP NEARLY COUBLE THE AMOUNT EACH V.O&HER RECEIVE? 25 YEARS AGO 90 DFO?£E:s 8CL0W Z£/?0 is the lowest Temperature c.tp recorded— ih siberia . v -r. . 7 - . 7Me MOST KORTHERl/ STATE IN TUEU.S. /S NOT Mam?— but minhfsot.4 JHE U.S. CHEMICAL COMPANV TREATS 177.000 gallons OF SEA WWTER AMIMUTE T0 EXTRACT $StOMW£. VIWIIN6REDIEHT IN HIGH-TEST 6A5 GAINESVILLE ROUNDUP OFFICERS ARE ELECTED GAINESVILLE.—C. B. Stringer was elected president cf the Circus Roundup and Homecomin" of Gain- esville for the 1941 season, at the first meeting of the new board Fri- day night. Other officers chosen are Ran- dolph O'Brien, vice president: Clif- ford McMahon, secretary, and Ro- land A. Wilson, treasurer Addi- tional members of the board are Cecil H. Tinsl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

SAINT JO TRIBUNE SCOTT BROS. 51st ANNIVERSARY SUPPLEMENT February 28, 1941 19c Cleans — Polishes— Protects. Highly fin- ished wood surfaces A high quality pro- lli duct made of the finest oils. Get your at this new low price Windsor Pattern Glassware PRESENT HEADS I TOOK CHARGE IN OCTOBER 1927 ! W. L. Scott and W. E. Scott. Jr.. ' j present directors of the policies of j Scott Bros., took over active man- agement of the local firm on Octob- j er 6, 1927. when the store's founders | retired. Although the firm's policy I have remained the same and store's j theme. "Your Friends" has gone un- | changed, the store proper has under- gone considerable modernization, i New wall shelving and fixtures 1 have been installed throughout the i hardware department; new display ! counter-tables have been added for smaller hardware and novelty items and other changes in merchandising have been made. WASHING SURFACE 107#-lnch x 113i-lnch OVERALL SIZE 12S4-lnch x 2334-lnch Galvanized Wash Board For O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

February 28, 1491 SCOTT BROS. 51st ANNIVERSARY SUPPLEMENT SAINT JO TRIBUNE JUL i Pyrex Populority Continues to Grow Pyrex, the modern glass cooking dish, is one of the most popular items handled in the kitchenware department of Scott Bros. The dishes have become popular because of their triple use—for baking, serving and storing. The Pyrex lines have already done away with ancient dented pots and pans, in many Saint Jo kitchens. Pyrex is modertly priced at Scott Bros., according to an advertise- ment appearing in this Tribune sup- plement. Mallard News by Ola Fae Holland Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and family of Forney, spent the week- end with relatives here. Mrs. G. L Parr is visiting her -daughter, Mrs. Ethel Stum and fam- ily of Bowl: Mrs. Beatrice Ruby and Veta Faye Nance, spent the week-end with relatives in Jacksboro. Several from this community at- ! tended the tournament at Forest- burg over the week-end. Marvin Tompkins, who is employ- ed at Mineral Wells spent Friday with re...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

SAINT JO TRIBUNE SCOTT BROS. 51st ANNIVERSARY SUPPLEMENT February 28, 1941 PITTSBURGH IS POPULAR LINE AT SCOTT BROS. Florhide Enamel, a quick drying tough, lastic finish for interior and exterior use, is a product by Pitts- burg Paints and one of the two most popular lines sold by Scott Bros. The other line is Wallhide, vitolized oil paint, also by Pitts- burgh. Pittsburgh Paints, ranked along with the oldest and biggest paint companies in the world, has been sold at the St. Jo store for the past seven years. The Florhide enamel is known for its rapid drying quality, uniform gloss, resitant to moisture and soap solution, wear resistant and modern ELECTRIFIED FARM FACTS lJM THE DM K AGES STILL EXIST..... OM FARMS WHERE EARL/ MORNING AND LATE EVENIN6 CHORES ARE DONE By LANTERN LIGHT ! WfTH ELEClWny FARMERS CAP LIVE IN THE 20™CENTUM... CHEAP AND GOOD UGHT IN ABUNDANCE AT THE FLIP OF A SWITCH ! The Wallhide line is a complete line of vitolized oil paints. Peabody News Mrs. W. A. Dunn sp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

February 28, 1491 THE LIGHT THAT MUST NOT FAIL! SCOTT BROS. 51st ANNIVERSARY SUPPLEMENT SAINT JO TRIBUNE EEDO \ SCOTT'S BURIAL ONLY 39 "WET" ASSOCIATION IS COUNTIES IN GROWING FAST TEXAS IN 1941 Scott Bros. Burial Association, a new services of the 51-year-old bus- iness firm, was first established and placed in operation on year ago, Feb. 8, 1940. It is the fastest grow- ing department of the organization, the management points out. The association's membership has grown even beyond th manage- ment's expectations. Four death claims have been paid by the firm during the first twelve months. Under the arrangement of the as- sociation, protection against the ex- pense of burial can be obtained for only a few cents per month. .The association is chartered by the State of Texas and policies are issued under the supervision of the state department of insurance. The association has the services of Scott Bros, ambulance and funeral direction. THE SMITHS TALK ABOUT A NEW SOFA FOR LIVING ROO...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

SAINT JO TRIBUNE SCOTT BROS. 51st ANNIVERSARY SUPPLEMENT February 28, 1941 Spencer News Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Summers were in Wichita Falls Saturday on bus- iness. Mildred Salmon, who is attending school at Chickasha, spent the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Salmon. Francis Mae Dunbar of Saint Jo spent the week-end with Mildred Dennis. J. H. Hammett was in Fort Worth Monday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. S. A Vaughn and daughters, Evelyn and Gypsie visit ed her parents in Bowie over the week-end. Ruth O'Neal and friend, Edith Kemplin of Gainesville, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver O'Neal. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dunlap were in Nocona Wednesday. Cordell Cook, who is in training at Camp Bowie spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs S. C. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. C. H Stephens were in Nocona Saturday. Oleta Henley spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Skeet Bowers in Nocona. Mr. and Mrs Artie Dennis and Weldon Dennis of Dallas, spent the week-end with...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 28 February 1941

February 28, 1491 SCOTT BROS. 51st ANNIVERSARY SUPPLEMENT SAINT JO TRIBUNE *4 ♦ BROS. H H O O (0 1890 — 1941 51st ANNIVERSARY SALE starting SATURDAY Atuvteoi, i Cray ENAMELWARE Special First quality, good weight, uniform modeled ware on heavy steel base 1-Pint DIPPER For Only .... 10 qt. WATER PAIL for only . . . 39c 14 qt. Rool Rim DISH PAN For Only 29c 12Vfe in. WASH BASIN for only . . . 15c CREAM CANS INSIDE COVER 10 QUART Only 12 QUART Only 59c 69c Good quality, durable weight tin-ware. Wire handle with wood grip. Many Other Household Needs at EXTRA SPECIAL PRICES! White ENAMELWARE Red-trim Attractive and serviceable enamelware. Popular priced, now offered at special savings. \Vz Quart DOUBLE BOILER Special • . 59c IV2 Quart, Lipped SAUCE PAN Special . . 19c 4 Quart, Covered SAUCE PAN Special • • 49c 3-Piece Canister Set, Red-trim Reg. 50c Extra Special 39c Set A most handy set, at a special low price. White enamel finish, durable weight ware. 6 lb ELECTRIC IRON with CORD $1.49 ...

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

Bits o Nothing By E. E. H. VOLUME 43 / If you miss us about town Satur- day or Sunday, you will know that we just couldn't let two good (complimentary) ticktes go to waste. We have the River Garden Club of Houston to thank for the duck- ets to the Sixth Annual Azalea Trial in that area this week-end. With these pieces of pasteboard we can visit twelve private gardens, to say nothing of the River Oaks School grounds which are said to be very lovely. An illustrated fold- er accompanied the two tickets, just in case we didn't know what the Azaleas looks like, which we didn't The folder tells us that Houston is justly proud of its own Azalea Trial. It further points out for the benefit of this doubting department that one garden, alone, contains a magnificent collection of over 8000 Azalas and Camellias. Just now we don't see how we can afford to let $3.00 worth of complimentary tickets to the Trial go unused, even if it did cost us $30 to use them. Besides we stand a chance to learn so...

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

SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. MISS OZELLE CANNON IS BRIDE OF WILBUR HAGGARD The marriag of Miss Ozelle Can- non, granddaughter of Mrs. J. C. Atterberry of this city, to Wilbur Haggard, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Haggard of Bonita took place Friday evening at the home of Rev. Henry Pennington, pastor of the First Baptist church at Bonita. The simple ring ceremony was at- tended by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Henry of Bonita, Mrs. Vittoe and Mrs. Pen- nington. The bride's dress was soldier blue of hemberg sheer, over which she wore a fitted coat of navy blue flannel. Her accessories were navy and white She wore a corsage of white gardenias. Mrs. Haggard graduated from the Saint Jo high school with the class of '39 and had been employed at Dave's Cafe for the past two years. Mr. Haggard is a graduate of Bonita high school, class of '34. He is employed with the Nocona Leath- er Goods Co. The couple will make ...

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

This-'n'-That from Here — from THERE — from EVERYWHERE Items worthy of mention either for their wide appeal or their present importance. THE SdlNT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1941 * Champ Leaps Car at Sports Carnival Senator Connally Urges Passage ol Lase-Lend Measure Before Congress Senator Tom Connally in hisf speech in the Senate last week in favor of the Lease-Lend bill, called upon Congress to present a united front to those who would destroy democracy and free government, and a united front to those who are rallying and defending and fighting for their lives and for free govern- ments. Speaking as a majority represent- ative of the powerful Foreign Re- lations Committees, Senator Con- nal'y said, "Powerful and militant forces now arrogantly decree the extinction of freedom and democarcy wherever their armies of conquest and plunder can march, wherever their navies can float, and wherever their swarming fleets of the skies can fly. "The dictators, Hitler and Mus- solini, and t...

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

EDITORIALS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY — SAINT JO. TEXAS EARNEST E. HAYLEY, Editor-Publisher THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1941 PoVJbu Want It Cleaned Up? 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 $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. Coi Tue Arvle i ceived were j -tl I Pat- FIREMAN! FIREMAN! etc. The fact is granted that the Tribune has its hands full running its own business so it is only in a suggestive way that it even mentions the need to make some kind of re- compense to the Volunteer Fire Department of Saint Jo. Their eagerness to serve was completely illustrated early Monday m...

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

1 { \ General News NOTES of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. f \J 4 | I Bits o' Nothing (Continued from Page 1) Baptist church next week. We had several people working on us to work on the said story and we in turn had a few working for us in working up information about the book and its author. Mrs. R. W. Donnell was going to have Mrs. C. N Turner give us the needed data and Mrs. Turner learned that Mrs Geo. Wright had all the in- formation we could possibly used. One of the three women was to provide us <with same. Here we are, going to press without any of it. The thing we can't figure out is, who is to blame. Should one of those women have brought the material, or should we have gone after it in the first place. Any way they are going to have the review. * * * Another Montague county pioneer passed a new milestone Saturday when Luke Mosley 84th annivers ary. The fellow who said 21-years is a l...

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

\ 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. C. C. Ware spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. J. A. Phelps of Bellevue. Mr. and Mrs. Foye Wood of Henrietta were in Saint Jo Satur- day afternoon, visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myers and children, Mike and Carol of Olney, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rogers Sunday. Jean Melton and Imogene Phillips were in Denison Sunday. C. N. Turner and Rev. J. H. Hibbert spent Monday in Bridge- port. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Martin and mother, Mrs. Rosa Davis, and Mary Davis R. N. visited in Wichita Falls over the week-end. Mrs. Pete Fowlkes, Mrs. Mary Fowlkes, and Mrs. R. B. Barkley, all of Amarillo, came down Saturday to attend Mrs Jonathan Collier's funeral Sunday. Marguerite Collier accompanied the two Mrs. Fowlkes home Monday. However Mrs. Bark- ley plafis to stay for awhile. Mrs. Rosa Davis and daughter, Mary, who ...

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

I I I . SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1941 CIRCLE NUMBER TWO MEETS FOR MISSION STUDY Circle Number Two of the Baptist WMU met in the home of Mrs. Jim Lauderdale Monday afternoon for a mission study on "Sharing with Neighborly America." The study was lead by Mrs. D. S Bull- iner. The meeting opened with prayer by Mrs. Dick Williams. Devotional was given by Mrs. Dave Mitchell. Those present included: Mes- dames Mitchell, J. C. Holmes, Wil- liams, Walter Colier, Bulliner and the hostess. CLUB AT HOW MEET Fifteen girls, three boys and two sponsors of the Cottonwood com- munity attended the Fat Stock Show in Fort Worth on 4-H Club Day Monday, March 10. The Girls club met March 6 for a demonstration on work clothing, given by the sponsor. Those pre- sent were: Mrs. Harden, Pauline and Lorene Carson, Geraldean George Ruth and Erma Jean Miller, Fern Gregory, Mar...

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