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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 July 1941

EDITORIALS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY — SAINT JO, TEXAS EARNEST E. HAYLE*, 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 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columr.o of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. PRESS THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1M1 Spencer News Illinois Bend News Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Martin and Mrs. Dan Hoover were in Gaines- ville last Wednesday. W. R. Williams of Montague vis- ited with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dowd Tuesday. Oral Masten of Wellington spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Masten. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pitman had their children visiting them a few days, Mrs. Clinton Tuggle and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 July 1941

If;* k%, p.. > 1 I >' «\ " " *. " - fl I SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. HELEN HARE BECOMES BRIDE OF PAUL LEFFORGE JULY 20 Miss Helen Elizabeth Hare, of Amarillo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hare of Saint Jo, became the bride of Mr. Paul K. Lefforge, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Lefforge of Amarillo, in an impressive sing- le ring ceremony in the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. M. F. Mitchell, Bowie, at high noon Sunday, July 20. The bride, given away by her father, was lovely in a navy blue suit with white accessories. They were married in the arch- way where the bride's parents were married twenty-nine years ago. Mr. Lefforge graduated from Amarillo high school and Texas Technological College, Lubbock, and attended Yale University and the University of Chicago. He is em- ployed as a chemist in the U. S. Helium laboratory in Amarillo. Mrs. Lefforge attended Saint Jo high school, Ama...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 July 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 THE SAINT JO TIIBUNE, FRIDAY, JULY W , 1M1 Mrs. Gene Wilsop was called to Marietta for the funeral of her SOn-in-law, Bass Long. Mrs. S. F. Gass is in Gainesville Visiting her granddaughter and son in-law, Eugene McCracken. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Skelton of Fishkill, New York, are visiting his mother, Mrs. Gene Wilson and hit grandmother, Mrs. S. F. Bass. Private Darrell Jordon was at home last week on furlough from Camp Bowie at Brownwood. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tucker and •on, Delbert visited his mother, Mrs. Sophia Burk at Byers this week. Mrs. Lee Jordon and son, Darrell and Mrs. Herbert Ice and daughter Lura Dean visited in Wichita Falls last Friday. Christene Smith of Denton vi- sited her sister, Mrs. Ralph Donnell Wednesday. Mrs. C. H. McGrady and daugh- ter, Fenny were Gainesville visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Paul Holland and daughter TEXA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 August 1941

Bits o' Nothing By E. E. H. "We'll wager a nickel that this fellow Hayley Is a fugitive from the sideshow of Barnum and Bailey." * * * Them's the exact poetic words what appear* .u in the Otto Borden- kircher column of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram last Sunday, after we'd invited him to do a whole .olumn in rhyme—just as we do, iccasionally, with the greatest of ?a?e. He even went further (in orose only) to insult us by recom- mending the services of a first class psycho-analyst. * * * read the other day that the man in the Army is far snia. than men not in training, and we've been wondering if Uncle Sam would have Otto even if he didn't have a wife, a son and a family of cocker spaniels. (Ah, sweet V . . . -! That'll hold him for a while!) * * * Speaking of the Army reminds us that the defense program is doing some strange things with peacetime manufactures: An animal trap maker is now turning out canvas Army cots; an insect spray gun company makes parts for big bomb- ers; an ashtra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 August 1941

SOCIETY ,, / A ' ' ; BEING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. ICE CREAM SOCIAL HELD AT BONITA HOME A number of families from Bonita Saint Jo and Nocona were enter- tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jones at Bonita Friday night of last week with an ice cream social. Those enjoying the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. George Cremrine, Mr. and Mrs. Cora Whisenhunt, Mr. and Mrs. Toley Street, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Preckwinkle, Abner Moon all of Bonita; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Juilan and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Long and son, Odis, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sills and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McClure of Saint Jo and Mr and Mrs. W. J. Coleman of No- cona. MRS. JULIAN HOSTESS TO SINCLAIR CLUB Mrs. J. W7'Julian was hostess to the Sinclair Sewing Club at her home here Tuesday. A lovely dish- lunch was served at the noon hour and the entire day was spent in quilting. Those present were Mesdames W. W. Long, Ben Jones, Abner Moon, Cora ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 August 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 $1.00 Outside County $1.50 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. m PRESS Dye Mound News The Church of Christ started their meeting Sunday morning, services being conducted by Eber John Ray- mond. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edes and baby have been here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edes. He left last Wednesday for Amarillo, his wife and baby returned to Sherman on Sunday. Mrs. Albert Brogdon returned home Sunday from a visit with relatives with relatives at Duncan and Lawton. Mr. and Mrs. Edes and family were...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 August 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. Doyle Powell and daughter spent the week-end in Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johns spent Sunday wth his parents, Mr. and Mr«. Elmer Johns of Caps Corner. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Griffis of Wich- ita Falls spent Sunday with Mrs. 3. G. May. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greer of Nocona visited R. E. Watson and family Sunday. Claire Turner of Electra is visit- ing Mrs. C. N. Turner and son, Charles this week. J. E. Yetter and Luke Grant, who are attending North Agricultural College at Arlington, spent the Week-end with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myers and children of Olney spent the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Stricklin and Harold of Nocona spent Sunday with their son, Mr. and Mrs. James Stricklin. Eileen Mitchell of Washington, D. C. spent last week with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 August 1941

Bits o' Nothing By E. E. H. Welcome, former citizens! * * * Now that people have been want- ing rain so badly, we are due to get it—about the time of the parade Saturday afternoon. * * * For the benefit of old-timer?, we would like to point out that Saint Jo now has at least two oddities you probably didn't have when you lived here. One is an up-side-down bridge (some call it a dip) and a city park ground that is "posted." * * * We discovered the "posted" sign ourselves when we went down to see where Bill Donelly has had the grotfnds cleared off for the benefit of home-comers who may want to eat picnic lunches under the trees Saturday. We understand that it will be okay to drive your car in and spread your lunch, despite the "posted" sign. The land was pur- chased by donations of individuals and businses firms several years ago, we understand, for the sole purpose of establishing a playground and park. * * Some crank pulled a fast one at Austin. The next morning after the big weddin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 August 1941

SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS- NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. THEME FOR TEXAS HOME DEMONSTRATION MEETING NEXT SEPTEMBER CHOSEN COLLEGE STATION—"Nutrition in Defense" has been chosen as the theme for the annual meeting of the Texas Home Demonstration Associa- tion to be held in Beaumont. Sept. 3-5, the president. Mrs. A. J. Brown of Nederland, has informed Helen H. Swift. Extension Service sociolo- gist who works with rural women's organizations. Members of the Association will discuss plans for making their Good Neighbor program reach the largest number of people "so that they will be eager to produce and eat food that will make 'strong Americans for a strong America'. " Mrs. Brown and others in the Texas delegation who conferred this spring with Sec- retary of Agriculture Claude R. "VVickard will report to the Associa- tion on their talk with the Secretary regarding the place of home demon- stration club women in the natio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 August 1941

I 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. James Stricklin visited Mr. and Mrs. King Rogers in Wichita Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myers in Olney last week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crump and Janice Wilkerson spent Sunday at Turner Falls. Margaret Giles of Denton spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Giles accompanied by Georgia Ho- over took Margaret back to Denton Sunday. Dorothy Jean Yetter and Bob Cole, who have been in South Dakota returned home Tuesday. Rosa Lee Voelcker of Graham is here with her mother, Mrs. Walter Bull. Luke Grant and J. E. Yetter, who are attending school at Arlington spent the week-end here with their parents. Frances Dunbar is spending the latter part of the week with her cousin, Marjorie Wood in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Geojrge Pedigo and daughter are visiting relatives in Dallas this week. W. F. Bur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 August 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 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. TEXA PRESS ASSOCIATION ABOUT USUAL TREATMENT If the report is true that men on the WPA rolls here have had their work orders suspended, and Saint Jo does not receive re-opening orders for the drainage project on Elm Creek, then this city is getting about its usual treatment. Records show that this sector is slow to receive benefits and always about the first to get "close-down" orders. Another Montague county city recently receiv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 August 1941

. .••■■ t, -• • > v •* ■ . .,.A -;; '■ :V \j :-K' - "V:.' 'v' ' "4 \ ; '"1 . . General News NOTES of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. 3onita Home-Coming Attracts Hundreds of Former Citizens BONITA—Between three and five hundred pioneers of this section gathered here Sunday for the annual home-coming ceremonies, acording to unofficial estimates. A large per- centage of the crowd came from dis- tant points, including many who had never before attended a reunion here. Mrs. Nancy Haggard, age 94, was the oldest person present for the celebration. W. D. Hollars acted as master of ceremonies for the program which began with community singing at 10:30. C. P. Staples lead the singing Invocation was given by Rev. N. B. Harolson and Rev. Paul Thomp- son preached the morning sermon. Lunch was served the entire crowd at the noon hour, as hundreds marched by the long tables loaded with food. The affair was hel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 August 1941

r This-'n'-That from Here — from THERE — from EVERYWHERE Items worthy of mention either for their wide appeal or their present importance. SPINDLETOP TO BE HONORED AS riRST GUSHER BEAUMONT — Spindletop, the most famous oil field in history, will have a birthday party this year. Discovered forty years ago when th« Lucas gusher blew in with a foar heard around the world, Spind- letop will furnish theme for a na- tional oil anniversary celebration to be held here Oct. 9, 10, and 11 by the Texas Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Assoication. Highlighting the birthday obser- vance will be the dedication of a huge monument to be erected to the Lucas gusher and the pioneers of Spindletop. Made of Texas gran- ite, the shaft is the result of the efforts of the Lucas Gusher Monu- ment Association headed by J. Cooke Wilson of Beaumont, and of (cores of oilmen who have contri- buted to its completion. It will be the second tallest monument in Tex- as, yielding only to the stratospheric San Jacinto memo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 August 1941

xjnjT-rLTLTLrLrir'irii'" — - - Bits o Nothing By E. E. H. Our Mother taught us long ago that the best way to end a light —and begin another—is to ignore the challenger. Therelore we are turning a deaf ear to Otto Borden- kircher's libel remarks, in the Star- Telegram, about us being in the same brain class as his so-called blue-blooded cocker spaniels. We have other things, far more im- portant, to write about this week Besides, we have too much respect for our Pekingese to drag it into a cocker spaniel dog-fight. * * * Even the most sceptical citizen is admitting that last Saturday's! pioneer celebration was a tree-1 mindus suck-cses." The happiest j person of all is perhaps D. E. Milli-! kin. It was his suggestion that put ] Bill Donley. Lee Husband. Ernest j Cunningham. Joe Farris and a few I c triers work on the plans. Their '(-ni!4s surprised even Mr. M.l'iikin. * * * d ' The Saint Jo Tribune Serving Wide Area-of Cooke and Montague Counties In Northwest Texas Established In 189...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 August 1941

: ? ; General News. NOTES of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. Yates visited Mrs Stephens in a Wichita Falls hospital Sunday. THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1941 Spencer News Stanley Summers left Wednesday r his home at Los Angeles, Calif., ter a visit with his parents, Mr. id Mrs. J. L. Summer. Mrs. C. H. Stephens returned home onday from a Wichita Falls hos- ital and is reported to be im- roving. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dennis of Pauls /■alley, Oklahoma are visiting their ion, Glenn Dennis and family, and their cousin, Mrs. I. N. Monroe and family this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Woods were in Henrietta Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Henley and son, Bobby have returned to their home after being employed at Sea- graves for several mbnths. Elizabeth Whitson of Wichita Falls is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bettie Grimes. Cordelia Oster of Saint Jo spent Sunday with her father, Adoeph Oster and brother, Clare...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 August 1941

SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune points reports on all social events of the community it serves. THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1941 CLUBS HOLD ANNUAL CAMP AT NOCONA The 4-H Club Girls and their sponsors held their annual encamp- ment at the Nocona Park August 7 and 8. Imediately upon arrival, they registered and were divided into 4 groups. Joanna Bonds of Belcherville had charge of registra- tion. All camp activities including preparation of meals, were done by the girls in groups. In the afternoon the girls enjoyed a threatre party given them by the Ritz Theatre and the Nocona Chamber of Com- merce. Active games were directed by members of the Nocona Recreational Department who also helped with the playground equipment. In the -evening the clubs and the four groups presented an amateur pro- gram with Mattie Dean Morgan, Cottonwood acting as mistress of ceremony. The following registered: Cotton- wood Mrs. W. N. Harnden, sponsor, Dean Morgan, Mary ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 August 1941

)ITORIALS IE SAINT JO TRIBUNE 3LISHED EVERY FRIDAY — SAINT JO, TEXAS EARNEST E. HAYLEY, Editor-Publisher second class matter, 1897, at the Post Office at Saint Jo County, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1941 . ONE TRAFFIC COP WOULD BB BETTER.' „ TEXA PRESS CRIPTION PER YEAR ontague $1.00 1e County $1.50 ny erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- >n of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in columr.o of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. WE SLEEPING ON THE JOB > Saint Jo sleeping on the job, or do we want a road to Dunty seat at Montague? ^ast Saturday's pioneer celebration serves to remind 2 who think, that fighting for what you want and need ill a necessary fashion for achieving results. The suc- ful pioneer had to either work and fight for his rights r load his wagons and return to his home state where livin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 August 1941

\; This-'n'-That from Here — from THERE — from EVERYWHERE Items worthy of mention either for their wide appeal or their present importance. LEAF-WORM IS APPEARING IN COUNTY FIELD MONTAGUE—All sections of the county are having another infesta- tion of cotton insects, the leaf worm, County Agent Elliott pointed out this week. This is rather unusual since it is a little early for the worms and especially in view of the dry, hot weather we have been hav- ing, he said. Ordinarily the first worms feed only on the leaves, but the damage increases with the second and third broods with much damage being done to young boles and squares. Since the leaf worm is a "chewing insect" it can be controlled by a number of stomach poison dusts or sprays. The best dust is calcium arsenate, but it is almost impossible to get this material on the market at this time. The dust should be applied at the rate 5 to 7 pounds per acre. As a spray use 3 pounds of calcium aresenate to 50 gallons of water. Lead Are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 August 1941

Bits o Nothing By E. E. H. "We have always known that a man rates better out-of-town than he does at home, but we didn't realize that we were so well known and appreciated in Dallas until we received a letter from that city this week. The letter, accompanied by official card "No. 1," informed us of our membership in the Sidewalk Superintendents' Club of the new 30-story bank and office building of the Merchantile National Bank. If the completed skycraper isn't just what the builders wanted, then it will be our fault and the fault of some 17,000 other sidewalk super- intendents. Boy, we've always want- ed to have a hand in the construc- tion of one of those big buildings and now we can do it in an official capacity. Our card will admit us to the special "upper deck," com- plete with seats and canopy, but it doesn't say anything about a cash loan, in which we might be very interested. * * * Paul Roberts is the kind of guy who goes off on a two-week vaca- tion trip to the cool spots of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 August 1941

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, AUGUST 22. 1941 J. W. WALKER FAMILY HOLDS REUNION HERE The seventy-flfty birthday an- niversary of W. J. Walker, local pioneer grocer, was the occasion for a very happy reunion of the entire family here Tuesday, Mr. Walker, born in Georgia, came to Saint Jo when he was 12 years old. He mar- ried in 1890 and entered the grocery business, which he still operates, in 1895. The children now live at widely separated points and only rarely meet in the family home at the same time. Tuesday's celebration was full of rich and happy things for members of the family. Those present for the occasion were: W. J. Walker, the honoree and Mrs. Walker; Mrs. P. S. Stallings, Jean Stallings, Dixie Lee Wade, all of Bowie. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Walker and children, Julia Ann, Billy and Sue of Saint Jo. Mr .and Mrs. D. S. Walker a...

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