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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 August 1941

V ■; • . j - - „ - J ,.-.V<r.% "v-v NOTES of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. Spencer News Mr. and Mrs. E. B. ONeal and children left Sunday for their home at George West, Texas, after visit- ing his father, F. M. O'Neal and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ivins and daughters, Thelma, Hazel and Jur- ine were in Gainesville Wednesday. Viola Godwin of Saint Jo is spend- ing the week with Jewell and Queva May Johns. Bob Morrison of Saint Jo spent the week-end with Richard Dennis. Guests in the C. H. Stephens home this week are his mother, from Nocona and his sister, Mrs. Mabel Pickett of Wichita Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ivins and family visited her father, W. R. Cannon at Bulcher last Thursday. T. A. Stevens of Mountain View is visiting his daughter, Mrs. L. Shannon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest O'Neal and guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. O'Neal of George West, spent Wednesday in Wichita Falls. Mrs. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 August 1941

PERSONALS COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your kelp in reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE the kind of paper you like . .. Telephone 28 Mr. and Mrs. Felix Boone, Mr. •lid Mrs. Daniel Boone and Mrs. Xobert Griffin of Fort Worth, visited IB tile home of T. J. Eason and family and attended the funeral of IftlM Lucretia Dockery last Friday. Miss Dockery had lived in the home 01 Mr. and Mrs. Boone, for about tight years, while she was working ill Fort Worth a number of years MO. , Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Morton of Seymour spent Sunday visiting T. J. Eason and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crump and daughter, Marjorie Jean of Fort Worth, brought his mother, Mrs. Nettie Crump, who has been visiting them home, and spent the week-end here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson and son, Orville spent the week-end at Pauls Valley, visiting relatives. Hulet Kuykendall of Ft. Sam Houston is visiting home-folk in the Forestburg community on a ten- day leave. Mr. and Mrs. Byran Williams spent the week...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 August 1941

Bits o Nothing By E. E. H. My Tuesdays are meatless, My Wednesdays are wheatless, I am getting more eatless each day. My home, it is heatless, My bed, it is sheetless— They're all sent to the YMCA. The bar-rooms are treatless, My coffee is sweetless, Each day I get poorer and wiser. My Stockings are feetless, My trousers are seatless— Gosh, how I hate the Kaiser! * * * From the direction things are pointing now, including gasless Sundays, this poem of World War 1 days will need only one word changed to fit the 1941 picture. We give you one guess as to which word we wean. You're right, the last one. * * * We're taking our hat off to C. C. Ware and wife and Mrs. Boyd Windor for their splendid spirit in joining the caravan to Gainesville Friday night. We name them the best sports in Saint Jo, at least for last Friday. Having already at- tended the fair earlier in the week and having another engagement for the evening didn't keep them from adding to the number in the two- mile stream of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 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 columns of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. PRESS WHO SAID IT COULDN'T BE DONE? Saint Jo did itself proud Friday night when a record number of local cars joined this city's caravan to the Cooke County Fair at Gainesville, This city's turn-out was one of the record crowds of the year, chamber of Commerce and fair officials said. The unusual number of rural cars in the Saint Jo group must not go unrecognized. The way in7which the rural popul- ation cooperated with the progre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 August 1941

. General News i •> NOTES of INTEREST to MOST CITY and RURAL HOMES The Tribunes publishes brief reports of timely importance to its farm readers. Former Citizen Is Survivor pi Fight With Gun-Burglar Mrs. Sa mWilliamson, living on route two out of Saint Jo, has fur- nished the Tribune with a lengthy article from the Holdenville (Okla.) Daily News, part of which should be of interest to many local readers. The clipping gives an interesting sketch on the life of Sam Houston Roach, whose father homesteaded the place where Dick Harris now lives near Saint Jo. Mr. and Mrs. Roach moved to Holdenville from this county in 1909. Mr. Roach recently observed his 76th birthday by "coming up to town for the first time in a long while." About thirteen years ago, while serving as Holdenville's nightwatch- man, Mr. Roach was shot down by a burglar whom he discovered try- ing to break into a drug store. He was brought down by the bur'glar's gunfire which struck him first in the leg and another sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 August 1941

THE POCKETBOOK of KNOWLEDGE BRAKES MADE B/iNWtTfy FOR DEFENSE MUST STOP 8Q TON Bombers rouin<s moms at So miles pee hour m to SECONDS FLAT J ~—\ (a r\ WASHINGTON, D. C.—Nor- man Thomas, Socialist leader, testified before the Senate Mil- itary Affairs Committee in op- position to the proposal to ex- tend the service of selectees be- yond one year. Left to right: Senator Rob°:t P. Reynolds, Chairman of the Committee and Mr. Thomas. Illinois Bend News Sammy Joe Harris of Leon, visit- ed his grandmother, Mrs. W. C. Masten a few days last week, then went to Saint Jo and visited his other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. McGowan. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Castle had his mother and sister, Mrs. J. R. Rus- sel, Mr. and Mrs. Sheb Padgett o Little Rock, visiting them from Sunday to Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Parker had their nephew, Garland Parker of Cyril, spending the week-e.. i with them. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin and children of Nocona spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Huchinson...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 August 1941

"v- >rJT- .< SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. SCHOOL GIVES PROGRAM AT CHURCH ON SUNDAY * \ One of the most enjoyable pro- grams of the year was held at the First Methodist church here last Sunday morning when each depart- ment of the Sunday School took part. The prelude was given by Mrs. Doyle Powell after which Mrs. John Morgan Jr. explained the pur- pose of the service. The primary and junior departments gave the opening prayer hymn. Following the reading of the de- votional by Mrs. D. M. Russell, the primary group was presented in song. Frances Dunbar read the poem and Dorthy Rae Buck gave a solo. Prayer was offered by John Drabing. Other numbers on the program were Piano solo by Martha Jane Morgan; statement on Sunday School work by Mrs. Morgan; quar- tet of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Powell, Mrs. Herschel Boyd and Linton Mit- chell; prayer poem by Carolin Drabing. Solo by Ada Frances Powell, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 August 1941

PERSONALS COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your kelp in reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE the kind ol paper you like . .. Telephone 29 Mrs. Bill Crump spent Wednesday in Gainesville. Edith Hare, who graduated from NTSTC at Denton last week after completing her four year work in three years, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hare this week. 8he will leave soon for Throckmor- ton where she is to teach this year. Bobby Slagle of Sherman is visit- ing Mary Blanche Meador this week. Jo Clark Ruthledge of Ronoak find Joe Harris of Mineral Wells ■pent last week-end with his sisters Dolly Harris and Clara Belle Sneed. Margurite Collier left last week lor Amarillo, where she is now em- ployed. Mildred Embry, who has been at- tending North Texas State Teachers College at Denton this summer is Spending the rest of the summer With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Embry. ,, / ~ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kinsley of Kil- gore visited her sister, Mrs. Orb Adams this week. They were en...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 September 1941

Bits o' Nothing By E. E. H. The Saint "SEPTEMBER" September brings fair weather And summer's work is done; The children now are busy, For school days have begun. The vines with grapes are hanging, In the September mOrn; And farmers now are filling, Their barns with yellow corn. We see the lovely asters Beneath the autumn skies, And every where are lighting, The yellow butterflies. The goldenrod is spreading Her sweet perfume around; And boys in apple orchards, Find apples on the ground. When we visit the cellar And see the loaded shelves,- We are glad through the summer, We did the work ourselves. September nights are lovely Beneath the moon so bright; And with the cool breeze blowing, How we enjoy the night! * * * If Otto BoraenMrrher can have a guest writer for his column in Sunday's Star-Teiegram, so can we. In fact we are turning this depart- ment over to two guests; Mrs. Perry Waid, a native of *5aint Jo and at present a citizen ot Waurika, mailed us the above poem: and J. P. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 September 1941

__ ( < > gj . -:.t , ;K V ! , t 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 m PRESS 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. ■V T: v .. -• . THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1941 1 i LABOR AND DEMOCRACY 1 ,.v • / * .*• • ■ . T •• The president of one of the principal labor unions re- cently said this: "To secure the gains that have been made in the past, our"*Bh, as well as all labor, must hold fast to the principles of democracy." No one can quarrel with that statement. It is an unansw- erable ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 September 1941

\ < - T K ' SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS ,NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. BRIDAL SHOWER HONORS MRS. ADRIAN PARKER AT ILLINOIS BEND FRIDAY Mrs. Floyd Harris was hostess for a lovely, bridal shower Friday after- noon in honor of Mrs. Adrian Park- er of the Illinois Bend community. Mrs. Harirs was assisted in her hostess duties by Mrs. H. C. Parker. Games and contests furnished en- tertainment during the afternoon. Prizes in the contests were won by Mrs. Bill Mgore and Mrs. Earnest Matney who, in turn, presented them to the Konoree. Refreshments were served to Mes- dames Henry Baker of Temple, Ok- la., Earnest Matney of Dallas, Vickie ! Lynch of Louisiana, Dan Hoover, D. M. Martin, L. H. Ponder, Everett Paschal, W. A. Williams, Sam Van- tine, Bill Moore, Cliff Dowd, Clifford Sewell, Milton Buck, McGilvery, Dawson Buck, R. W. Matney, H. C. Parker, O. E. Castle; Misses Norene Williams, Ruth Pierce and Olian Rodgers. CLUB SEAS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 5 September 1941

y 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*. Ida Brown returned home Tuesday from a two weeks visit With her daughter, Mrs. Everett White and friends in Farley, New llcxico. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sharp of Ter- rell, Oklahoma visited her mother, Mr*. Ida Brown Wednesday. A daughter of Joe Fischer, Muen- TEXAS Theatre SAINT JO, TEXAS FRIDAY — SATURDAY September 5-6 'Private Nurse' With Brenda Joyce, Jane Dar- Well and Sheldon Leonard. —___________________ Prevue Saturday Night and 8UNDAYand MONDAY September 6-7-8 .Whistling In The Dark" With Red Skelton, Ann Ruth- erford, Conrad Veidt, Virginia Grey, Rags Ragland, Henry O'Neill and Eve Arden TUESDAY — WEDNESDAY THURSDAY September 9- 10 -11 "Life Begins for Andy Hardy" With Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Lewis Stone, Ann Rutherford, Fay Holden and Sara Haden ster banker, was returned home from a Gainesville hospital in a Dunbar am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 September 1941

Bits o' Nothing By E. E. H. Despite the efforts of hat manu- facturers with their promotions of various hat-days, many men in this section of old North-West Texas will continue to go hatless when Felt Hat Day is observed Saturday. Some men miss half the thrills of living. Not so with a woman, how- ever. They couldn't have special days for promotion of women's hats because the dear ones are so irregular with their purchases. A man may buy his hat on a speci- fied day, but a woman isn't satis- fied with that way of doing things. She buys her fall hat in the spring and by the time hubby has secur- ed his felt she is out of socket a- gain with her spring straw. O, Me! * * * Every since someone mentioned the county road bond servicing law, it has cost the State of Texas, which means it has cost you, and you. Now it is estimated that it will cost us $4,000 per day while the legislature continues with the argument in a special session. * * * The word 'communiques' has been in the public ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 September 1941

r 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 Outside County $1.00 $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 column* of this paper, will be gladly correctedupon due notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune, office. Spencer News Larry Fikes of Grandcane, La., spent Wednesday night with his uncle, Lynn Ivins and family and left Thursday for a vacation trip to Colorado. W. H. Browning returned home Thursday from a Wichita Falls "hospital, and is reported inmprov- ing. Sgt. Ingmanson accompanied Corp- oral Winton Walters of Fort Sill «>n a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Walters last Turs- day. Mildred Salmon left Sunday for Chicka...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 September 1941

•jT * * — 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, SEPTEMBER 12, 1941 Local Social Season Gets Fast Start for 1941-1942 Before September was a weekf old, Saint Jo's club-social season ha<fr- begun. The Garden Club start- ed the year with a special called meeting five days ahead" of its year-book schedule. The club con- tinued to hold the march over other groups with the holding of Its first regular meeting Wednes- day. The Parent-Teacher Association launched its year's program with the first meeting Thursday after- noon when faculty and parents were introduced at the school audi- torium. The Twentieth Century Club will begin its year October 1, but no report from the BlueBonnett club has been made. The Garden Club has selected a miscellaneous course of study, with Chemurgy again taking a major spot on some of the programs.. A state highway patrol from Wichita Falls. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 12 September 1941

PERSONALS ' • ""* 't • * • COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your kelp in reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE the kind of paper you like . . . Telephone 29 R1TZ THEATRE NOCONA, TEXAS FRIDAY and SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. John Coffee of Stillwater, Okla., visited Mrs. Eve- lyn Cooper this week. County Clerk Barney R. Giles visited in Saint Jo a few minutes Thursday afternoon. Miss Sara Meador returned to Stillwater this week, after visiting friends and relatives here this sum- mer. She teaches in the Stillwater schools. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cooksey, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Collier, and Lillie Mae Bowden were in Bonham on Sunday. with URIU DARNELL > HITA HAYWORTK > • Anthony Quinn • J. Carrol Naish • John i • ly«a fori • Laird Crtgar • Victntt fomtz , Produced by Dir ct d by ) MHYl F. ZANUCK • ROUBEN MAMOULIAN Prevue Saturday Night, also SUNDAY and MONDAY "The Buck Privates" are back again "IN THE NAVY" BUD ABBOTT - LOU CASTELLO The Boggie-woggie Swingsters THE ANDREW SISTERS and DI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 September 1941

Bits o Nothing By E. E. H. Pardon Us When We Ain't So Fun-n-ny, But, Like the Road Signs, This Costs You No Money! (Try Squirma-shave) * * * Now Hitler IS mad at the good old U.S.A. A news report from Berlin informs us that all Germans have been urged to destroy all phonograph records of American jazz, which isn't exactly a bad idea for America to try sometime. * * * ' Sometime we worry about the structure of our brain. There must be something wrong with us when we continue to look with more favor toward the runner-up in the Miss America beauty contest than we do the one the judges pick at Atlantic City each year. For some reason or other the winner is never so lovely as the little blond on the far end of the line. Our judge of beauty couldn't be questioned, so perhaps there is a slip between the fortunate one and those who do the selecting, which we know noth- ing about. Or perhaps is it just or nature to be for the underdog At any rate we would not make an agreeable judge for the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 September 1941

SOCIETY BRING OR TELEPHONE YOUR ITEMS NO. 29 The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the community it serves. WOMAN'S SOCIETY HOLDS MRS. ALBERT STOFFELS IS SOCIAL AT HUCHTONS HOME HONOREE AT LOVELY PARTY The Woman's Society of Christ- ian Service of the Methodist church held a social meeting at the home of Mrs. R. W. Huchtons Monday afternoon. Miss Jalie Payne was leader of the program which open- ed with a duet by Mrs. John Mor- gan Jr. and Mrs. Herschel Boyd, followed by prayer by the leader. Scripture lesson was given by Mrs. E. N. Dunbar. Meditation by Mrs. R. T. Buck preceeded the duet by Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. Morgan. Mrs. C. N. Turner talked on "The Power of the Woman in the Local Church" followed by a round- table discussion on phases of her subject. Mrs. Dunbar presided over a business session following the pro- gram. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Boyd. Dunbar, Morgan, J. H. Embry, M. A. Hemphill, T. M. Fulton, Johnnie Tucker, Buck, Chas Wilkerson, Turner, M. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 19 September 1941

PERSONALS COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW Your help in reporting these items will make the TRIBUNE the kind of paper you hke ... Telephone 29 Mrs. Jack Bonner and son, Bobbie At Corpus Christi have returned home after visiting her parents, Mr. And Mrs. C. W. Varley Elwood Bowen returned home Sat- urday after visiting relatives near Sunset, Alvord and Chico the past week. Tom Pinnell and wife of Los Angeles have returned home after Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Varley here. Margaret Giles returned to her •lUdies as a senior student at Tex- as State College for Women Wed- nesday. She is majoring in Voca- tional Home Economics. John Edwin Hibbert, Son of Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Hibbert of this city, has accepted the position of coach flnd principal of the Bonita school. Luke Grant and J. E. Yetter re- imwvwwwwwwwwwwwwwmwwmwwww GEO. A. WRIGHT WRIGHT & FIELD FIRE INSURANCE H. D .FIELD, Jr. SAINT' JO, TEXAS TEXAS Theatre SAINT JO, TEXAS FRIDAY — SATURDAY September 19-20 'Highway W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 26 September 1941

By E. E. H. Some hate this, Some hate that; We really hate A long-tail rat Some folks are always telling us that we should drive all the colored-shirts back to where they came from and that we aught to do this-n-that for the good of our country, but we have never heard a single person say anything about the need to rid this country of the rat-blitz we are new being subjected to. We are speaking of the four-legged rodent and not the two-legged specimen so com- mon in all sectors. The four-legg- ed ones we must drive out, the others we'll have with us always. * * * Right now this section is infest- ed with wood rats, cotton rats, field rats, house rats, muskrats, barn rats, siny rats and mice, the like of which we havn't seen in many moons. They're entering our hous- es. our stores and our barns and toting off things from cities and fjjrms. * * * We are going to have to have a rat-killing big time here some day. The Tribune will be happy to sponsor the special event, if we could locat...

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