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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 June 1941

f I 4 \ General NevJs NOTES of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. SAINT JO BOY SELECTED FOR PILOT'S COURSE DENTON—Bill Poteet of Saint Jo was one of the 30 men selected for Civil Pilot Training at the North Texas State Teachers Colege after passing physical examination re- cently. Flignt training began Monday, June 23, and members of the class are expected to solo by the end of the week, Fred Connell, ground school instructor, has announced. The course will be completed about August 15. Poteet, a junior at NTSTC, is the son of Mrs. P. E. Redman of Saint Jo. He is a member of the Pi Phi Pi fraternity. Production of tomatoes in Georgia Louisiana, South Carolina, and Tex- as has been estimated at slightly over three and a half million bus- hels, This is 11 percent less than last year. The study of the geography of the moon is known as selenography. Professionals OPTOMETRIST Dr. H. O. Kinne Gainesville, Te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 June 1941

This-'n'-That from Here — (mn: THERE — from EVERYWHERE Items worthy of mention either for their wide appeal or their present importance. THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. JUNE 27, 1911 BOWIEITE GETS AUDITOR POST UNDER NEW LAW By special action of the present Texas Legislature, the office of coun- ty auditor has been revived in Montague county, it has been an- nounced. District Judge Earl P. Hall of Henrietta has named I. L. Chandler of Bmvie to fill the re- created office, and will begin his duties July 1 The office of auditor for Montague County was revived bv a special act of the present session of the! Legislature after it had been dis-j continued January 1, 1941 due to the increase in p filiation as shown i bv the 1940 census, which made REPORTS FOR TRAINING George D. Pedigo, Jr., better known as "Son," left for Dallas Monday where he is to take an ad- vanced course in Hying. He passed the final examination for entrance Saturday The Saint Jo recently completed the Civil Aeronautics ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 27 June 1941

* V V SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. SOCIETY ADJOURNS UNTIL SEPTEMBER, BY CLUB VOTE The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Saint Jo, in a meeting at tbf First Methodist church Monday, Voted to adjourn until September. The group will continue to observe tocial days throughout the sum- Monday's meeting opened with the tinging of "More Love to Thee." Reports on the zone meeting held here June 13 were given by Mrs. It. Ts Buck, Mrs. J. H. Embry and Van. C. O Wilkerson. Mrs. Embry read the devotional from 21st Psalms and Matt. 5. Mrs. Xber N. Dunbar read the first 14 verses of 107th Psalms. Mrs. Jaylie Payne lead the group in prayer and Mrs. M. L. Drabing discussed the study topic, "Mission- aries of the World. Peaches should be thinned to a •pacing of six inches apart TEXAS Theatre SAINT JO, TEXAS FRIDAY — SATURDAY June 27—28 "The Monster and the Girl" With Ellen Drew, Rod Camer- on Prevue Sat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 July 1941

V Bits o Nothing By E. E. H. The state's "common citizen" is losing pace According to votes cast in the Senate race. (Or is our Governor slipping?) * * * O'Daniel was fourth in his own precinct; His neighbors ain't fair, he must think! (Don't lend 'em anything else, Lee!) * * * Many a ballot was thrown in the waste; / Because unthinking citizens voted in haste. (Didn't scratch all other names.) * * * Jerry Saddler's radio, blazed by insults; Couldn't stand announcements of election results. (Caught fire, with O'Daniel trailing) * * * Richey heard newsboys shouting their papers; "Hitler and O'Daniel lead!" My - what capers! (He heard it in Dallas Tuesday) * * * The Fourth of July, a day to celebrate; Get there safe, even if you're little late. (Better late than never.) * * * "Spend the Fourth with care and ease;" Pleads Eber, jthe Undertaker, on his knees. (He wants to play golf all-day.) * * * Regardless of the angle of the thresher flue, The wind blows the straw over the entire cre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 July 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 $1.00 Outside County $1-50 PRESS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1941 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the column* of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. SAVING BRIDGE AFTER FLOOD Now that the flood stage has passed under the bridge, so to speak, ways of saving the bridge may be discussed. Texas voters polled the most interesting off-year ballott in the state's history Saturday when Gov. O'Daniel, Cong. Lyndon Johnson, Attorney General Mann, and Cong. Dies lead a field of other candidates for the Senate post. The state found the job...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 July 1941

/' SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. W. F. Burns of Arlington spent the week-end with his son, Ulis Burns and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Harwood and Mr. and Mrs. Valton Rolls visited Hubert Harwood in the Wichita Falls hospitals Sunday. Ewing and Cecil Johnson and La- velle Laird of Montague were Saint Jo visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mershon have moved to Bryson to spend the rest of the summer. Doyle H. McGregor will leave Wednesday night for Austin where the state convention of Texas As- sociation of the Deaf will convene Friday through Sunday. The parley is expected to draw more than 500 Deaf of Texas. Mrs. Letha Jackson of Saint Jo, Mrs. Clarence Perryman and daughter of Wheeler were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dowd Saturday. Mrs. Patsy Smith of Dension visit- ed Mrs. A. C. Ross last week. Miss Lura Dean Ice spent last week in Wichita Falls where she undrewent a tonsilectomy. Bige narwood, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 4 July 1941

\ PERSONALS -• I ' COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your kelp in reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE tke kind of paper you like . .. Telephone 29 PRESBYTERIAN MISSION STUDY TO BEGIN NEXT MONDAY; AT CHURCH Presbyterian Mission study met at the church Monday afternoon Mrs. Bill Crump brought the devot- ional, choosing "Facing Life Gal- lantly" as her topic. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Gertrude Mitchell, Who also gave the missionary story "The Phillipnes Today." The lesson study "Genesis Through Revolations" was under the direc- tion of Mrs. Boyd Winder. The meeting closed with a song, "Faith of Our Fathers" and the class bene- diction. Next Monday this study group Will begin a new study of the Bible. The course is called "Through the Bible Chapter by Chapter" which is arranged by Rev. Harlin Roper, pastor of the Scofield Mem- orial church, of Dallas. The group has extended cordial invitation, to those interested in a Bible study, to join the class next Monday. The opening c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 July 1941

' \ - m ► 1" ff. '* '-H . - . "if "*r f Bits o Nothing By E. E. H. mtmtmmmmimmmim/mtwBi* Local inventor at work: Paul Roberts is reported working on a new golf ball idea which should prove very popular with many Saint Jo dubbers. Thus far the new ball is more of a "wish" than an "idea," but at any rate he would have it standing up on legs and shouting, "Here I am," when it travels from the straight and narrow. * * * Would-be bill payers faced at. unusual greeting at the Saint Jo Telephone company office here thfe> week when they found a sign read- ing something like this, "Don't come in. Fresh paint on floor!" W. D. Grigsby asked Fred Holland how he expected him to pay his bill, when he couldn't even get in. * * * Here is the first fan letter we have had since coming to Saint Jo and we're reproducing it without fur- kher comment: "You insult my sense of smell! 'The Muenster woman' still thinks your poetry is good ... if it reeks to you, there is something the matter with YOUR nos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 July 1941

h * * ' • ■■ ■ i '■* v, #s uL1 ■' " :"!Sfc*,'« THE SAINT JO TBIBUNE, FRIDAY, JULY 11. 1M1 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. NO BACKSEAT DRIVERS NEEDED 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 columr.a of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. LITTLE FAITH IN RUSSIA This government is making no bones about the fact that it has little faith in Soviet Russia, and holds extreme distaste for the Communist ideology. The British government has taken much the same position. However, both of the De- mocratic powers have welcomed Russia as an ally. They are working on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 July 1941

M A SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. MRS. FRED HOLLAND IS HONORED STORK SHOWER, AT HOME OF MRS. KLINE Mrs. Fred Holland was honored at a stork shower given in the home of Mrs. D. C. Kline on Monday afternoon, June 30. Fourteen wom- en were present to enjoy unique stork games and entertainment. Refreshments were served to the following, Mesdames Allen McGrady Guy Gilfs, J. S. Mosley, A. D. Wheat L. W. Mitchell, F. G. Hoover, D. C. Berry, Jr, D. S. Bulliner, Pearl Hol- land, Clem Holland, T. C. Davis, A. C. Ross, R. L. Williams, C. F. Morgan, P. S. Holland, Leeton Phil- lips, Arthur Phillips, Albert Mc- Clellan, Jack Huey, Waltes Walker, Walter Collier and Miss Gussie D. Wilson and the honoree and hostess. Those sending gifts were Mrs. J. H. Lauderdale, Jno. Saffell, Her- man Nowell, Roland Davidson, Mabel Ware, Foye Wood, Paul Thompson, D. C. Berry, Sr., H. D. Field, Jr., Ernest Johns and Mary McG...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 July 1941

j \ ■ ' / hi J4 < J VI''. . | General News NOTES of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. JULY 4th IS NOT OBSERVED HERE Although July Fourth went un- observed in Saint Jo proper, scores of local citizens stormed Nocona for the scheduled celebration at that place. Many were disappointed when the program fell short of adv- ertised plans. Last minute changes in the pro- gram were reported necessary when a motorized unit from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, notified the celebration committee that it would be unable to take part in the program. This drastic change in the plans greatly altered the day's entertainment fea- tures, which were climaxed with a street dance and fireworks display at night. National Guards paraded before a reviewing stand, musical numbers and speakings highlighted the down town program, while an invitation golf tournament attracted more than 75 players and scores of fans. The day was unobserve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 July 1941

1 " - " " • \.'xf I PERSONALS COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your help in reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE the kind of paper you tike ... Telephone 29 Mr. and Mrs. Nat Holland of Allred spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Pearl Holland and other relatives. His mother and Twila acompanied them home Tues- day for a visit. Mrs. T. J. Kinder's brother, Irb Wyatt of Oklahoma City visited her and Mr. and Mrs. Orb Adams last week. Suzy Hibbert, Constance Melton, Joyce Hoover and Ruth Julian were in Nocona last Friday. John Saffell, who is attending Oklahoma University spent the week-end with his parents. - Mrs. J. L. McGregor and Yvoone visited her daughter, Mrs. M. D. Massey in Bellevue the 4th, Jackie Sue accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Holland of Montague visited his mother, Mrs. Pearl Holland Sunday. Mrs. Ozza Hunt of Mineral Wells visited Vera Cook last Friday. Mrs. C. P. Drabing, who has been visiting her son, Dr. M. L. Drabing and family f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 11 July 1941

•( T i This-!n-That from Here — from THERE — from EVERYWHERE Items worthy of mention either for their wide appeal or their present importance. No More Sleeping Out Fines in This County, Says Court County prisoners are going to earn their keeps from now on. No more "sleeping in the shade," while fines are being "paid off" in jail. That was the result of recommend- ation to the commissioners court last week by the July grand jury. The new rule went in force Monday. Law violators who refuse to pay their fines in cash will now be put to work on county roads. The act wil serve both to cut down on law viol- ations and provide needed labor on many necessary road repair jobs, resulting from recent heavy rains throughout the county, it was point- ed out. TEXAS FAVORED WHEAT QUOTAS Texas wheat growers voted 94 percent favorably on wheat market- ing quotas on May 31 with 37 of the 115 wheat counties in the state ap- proving quotas by 100 percent, H. A. Reynolds, chairman of the Mon- tague Coun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 July 1941

Bits o Nothing • • Our pride is cut to the core; We'll read Vignettes no more. (N«t since Otto Doublecrossed us) * * * This is our drastic decision toward the popular Fort Worth Star-Tele- gram feature column, conducted by Otto Bordenkircher. Our poetic ef- forts of July 4 have been subjected to open scorn, in the form of an open letter to our wife. Said letter, which appeared in Sunday's edition, is reproduced as evidence for our grounds of resentment. Mrs. E. E. Hayley, Care of Saint Joe Tribune, Saint Jo, Texas. Dear Mrs. Hayley: After a, quick look at the July 4 edition of the Saint Jo Tribune, we hasten to extend to you our sympathy in what must be a very anxious and trying time. We refer of course to the evident condition of your husband as indicated by that column, "Bits o' Nothing' done in (?poetry?) However, it may be nothing serious. Keep him quiet and in a cool place. Sincerely, VIGNETTES. * * * Our lines may not scan to the hair; But they always rhyme, x —See there! (Ott...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 July 1941

; / / - "'.?l m % jV •V 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 $1.50 PRESS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1941 • HIS BOUNCING BABY BOY Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the column* of. this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. DO THE PEOPLE RULE? A news story appearing in the daily press a few days ago, regarding a wheat farmer who burned his crop in the shock rather than submit to government penalty, makes America wonder if it is true that the people still rule. Many are asking themselves if this is the kind of democracy the founders of this country inte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 July 1941

\ V \ • I ., SOCIETY .BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. SINCLAIR SEWING CLUB MEETS WITH# MRS. DAMME ' The Sinclair Sewing Club met at the home of Mrs. Arnold Damme in Saint Jo Tuesday for an all-day meeting and covered-dish luncheon. The day was spent quilting. Plans for a social to be held at the home of Mrs. Ben Jones at Bon- ita were made during the afternoon. Those present were: Mesdames Wain Sills, W. W. Long, Bill Julian, A. J. McClure and J. A. Moon; Mrs. Jimmie Street and guest, Miss Ruth Julian of Saint Jo; Miss Evalen Adams of St. Lewis, Oklahoma, and the hostess, Mrs. Arnold Damme. The club will hold its next meet- ing with Mrs. Bill Julian at Saint Jo, Tuesday, July 29, H. D. CLUB MEETS AT MONTAGUE ON JULY 8 MONTAGUE—The Home Demon- 'stration Club met Tuesday of last , week at the home of Mrs. W. R. Wjlliams, with Mrs. Williams and (Mrs. Chissum, acting as co-hostesses. Mrs. Roy Dunbar had cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 July 1941

| I 1 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 Harold Davis, who is employed in Dallas in reported to have the mumps this week, h eis staying with his brother, Luther. Mrs. L. W. Mitchell and Mrs. Roy Lusk were Gainesville visitors Monday. Charlene and Maftha Jo Wilson, of Denton, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mitchell. Mrs. K. R. Dort spent last week with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Garret, Lala Fay Turner and Kathleen Piester all of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Turner Sunday. Mrs. Browder Lauderdale and daughters of Wichita Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Parsons of Loving- ton, N. M., visited John Lauderdale the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. King Rogers and children of Wichita Falls and Jack Dort of Bowie visited Mr. and Mrs. Goerge Rogers Sunday. I. N. Monroe was admitted to a Wichita Falls hospital Thursday of last ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 July 1941

i " -i r#tl' •• mWrn-f General News NOTES of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. BLACKEYED PEA HARVEST GETS STARTED FAST (Continued from Page 1) i Thursday of next week has been announced, by the local contractor. "We will specialize and shipments from the Forestburg area those two 4ys next week," Burns said, "and roducers should advise us of their intentions to cooperate with the schedule so that we may have a truck in that sector on thos*: days." The blackeyed pea market in this section of Montague county has been developed during the past two season by Mr. Burns who has con- tracted an outlet for the crop through a cannary of a big whole- sale grocery company. Farmers, • who may devote many acres to the crop and still remain within the regulations of the AAA programs, have realized many, hun- dreds of dolars from the setup. With the acreage increased this year, the area stands to realize many hun- dr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 July 1941

This-'ri'-That from Here — from THERE — from EVERYWHERE Items worthy of mention either for their wide appeal or their present importance. DOVE SEASONS AUSTIN—Replying to numerous inquiries concerning dates for the opening of the dove season and dove hunting regulations, the executive secretary of the Texas Game, Fish and Oyster Commission, has an- nounced that definite information cannot be furnished immediately due to the fact that federal regula- tions on mourning and white-wing doves have not yet been released. The state law was set during the recent session of the legislature. It is hoped that federal seasons and re- gulations will conform. The seasons and regulations as established by state law must not be confused with the federal regula- tions, which probably will be an- nounced within a month. State re- gulations and seasons are somewhat different than they were last year. The shooting in the northern zone will start Sept. 1 and end October 31. The remainder of the state, wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 July 1941

t: ■ IXMI Bits o Nothing By E. E. H. The iact that Saint Jo was an important point on the old Chis- holm Trail was further illustrated Sunday when an authentic account of a cattle drive of 1874 was re- produced in the Dallas News. The account was written by a cowboy who made the trip. The out-fit, consisting of a boss, eight men and a horse-wrpngler and cook, started north froth near Waco in March of 1874. They cross- ed the Brazos river at old Fort Graham on April 4 and there they suffered "the coldest spell of weath- er I think I ever saw." The cattle stampeded and a good many of the herd was frozen to death. They had started with about three thousand head. After crossing the Trinity at the mouth of Silver Creek, about eight miles north of where Fort Worth is, the story went on with " We passed by the little town of Saint Jo in Montague county, crossing Red River into the Indian Territory at Red River Station. Red River was swimming. Here we got our first taste of swimming cattle....

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