The Saint Jo Tribune (Saint Jo, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1941 Page: 3 of 4
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COMINGS and GOINGS of THOSE YOU KNOW
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McBee and
Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Bryant
and daughter of Howe were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Doyle
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stelzer of
Henrietta visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Neal Smith last week-
Faye Gordon of Norman, Okla.,
spent the weekend with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall and
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Miss Opal Davis, local teacher,
spent the weekend with her par-
ents in Denton.
Mr. and Mrs. James Stricklin
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Stricklin Sunday.
Oleta Roberts and her cousin,
Elizabeth Doughty of Oklahoma
City, and Weldon Roberts of Dallas
spent the weekend with their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberts
Mrs. A. B. Bradley, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Johns, and Mr. and
Mrs. Bud Nichols spent Sunday at
Henry Carter was returned home
from a Fort Worth hospital Tuesday
in a Scott Bros, ambulance.
Dr. H. O. Kinne
Dr. Clyde W. .Yetter d.d.s
General Practice of Dentistry
Saint Jo, Texas
Dr. M. L. Drabing
C. D. Meador
Fire unu Auto Insurance
Saint Jo, Texas
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown of
Archer City spent the weekend
with his mother, Mrs. Ida Brown.
Mrs. Paul Brown's brother, Lonnie
Young and wife of Dye Mound
visited her here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Druie and
children of Ardmore, Okla., visited-
ed their aunts Mrs. J. G. May and
Mrs. Betty Price last weekend.
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for only $6.00
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Haggard of
Dallas spent the weekend here
visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Haggard accompanied them
home for a visit.
Mrs. S. D. Meador and Mrs. C.
D. Meador were in Wichita Falls
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Holland of
Chickasha, Okla., spent last Thurs-
day with his mother, Mrs. Pearl
Holland and visiting other relatives.
Twila Holland accompanied them
home for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Boyd and
family and Mrs. R. T. Boyd were
in Gainesville Saturday.
Rev. and Mrs. Shapland and baby
of Dallas were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Embry Sunday.
Emmitt Hughes of Ryan, Okla.,
visited his aunt, Mrs. Nettie Crump
Woodrow Jones and family, and
O'Davis Donnell are moving to Mrs.
Lazora Gordon's house this week.
Mrs. C . H. Dunbar is visiting
her dayjghter, Mrs. L. O. Ferguson
and family in Wichita Falls this
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Williams and
Mrs. Melvin Beckwith of Terrance,
Calif., spent Sunday in Bonham.
Mrs. J. M. Fleming and Eliza-
beth, and Ewine Johnson were in
Wichita Falls Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Aldriedge
and son, moved to Seminole, Okla.,
Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Burns and
family spent Sunday with his
father, W. F. Burns in Arlington.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myers and
family of Olney spent Sunday
with hrr parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Rogers. "
Mrs. Arthur Kingery and her
moThcr, Mrs. Sunderland of Ada,
Okla.. spent the weekend in the
Roy Kingery home.-
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THE SAINT JO .TIIBCNE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1M1
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Redman re-1 Mrs. M. D. Massey and daughter
turned home last Thursday from ' Jackie Sue of Bellevue visited her
California, where "they had been ! father, J. L. McGregor of this city
visiting their son, Bill, who is with Sunday. He accompanied them
an air corp training school.
Tom Farrier of Vernon spent the
weekend with his father, Dave
Mrs. Fay Johnson and son, R.
C. of Leonard are visiting her
mother, Mrs. H. M. Lusk this
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. White and
children of Wilson, Okla., Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Pitmaq and son, Paul,
Mrs. T. P. McCanne ,Mrs. H. E.
Fuller, Billy Maddox all of Gain-
esville were guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Mills Satur-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pedigo and
son, Jimmy, spent Sunday with
her mother, Mrs. J. T. Honeycutt in
Guests in the C. F. Phillips home
last week were, Mrs. Bill Howard
of Henrietta, Mrs. Nora Kimbrell
of Washington, D. C., and Miss
Tinnie Phillips of Fredrick, Okla.
Mrs. Austin Scott and daughter,
Dolores of Denton visited her sis-
ter, Mrs. D. C. Berry Jr., this
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Haggan of
Hardy spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Buck.
Mrs. W. C. Burchflel of Nash,
Okla., is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Roy Kingery this week.
Mrs. Jack Roberts and children
of Muenster, spent Sunday with
Mrs. D. C. Kline.
Albert Thompson was in Wichita
Falls Monday on business.
Mrs. J. L. McGregor visited re-
latives in Fort Worth Sunday.
Joe Grotte was removed from a
Gainesville hospital to his home
Monday in a Scott Bros, ambulance.
Mr. and Mrs. King Rogers of
home for the night.
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GARDEN CLUB MEETS WITH
MISS RUTH SCOTT AS HOSTESS
The Saint Jo Garden Club met
Tuesday afternoon with Miss Ruth
Scott as hostess.
Following the business session, a
program on winter bulbs was pre-
Bulbs for winter windows were
discussed by Mrs. D. G. Berry Jr.,
Bulbs following winter snows were
explaned by Mrs. Chancy Morgan,
Methods of storage of bulbs and
tubes were discussed by Mrs. Allen
McGrady, Bulbs not known here
were explained by Miss Leliah
Arrangements were outlined to
start an annual rose bush sale,
with those interested in purchasing
roses are invited to get in touch
with the club members.
R. T. BUCK
CABBAGE, extra nice, for kraut or chow 2^c
SWEET POTATOES, fancy No. 1, pound 2c
Large GRAPEFRUIT, dozen 25c
LIGHT BROOMS, 4-sew 25c
Dromedary Pitted DATES, 4-oz package 13c
MOTHERS' OATS (Toy in each package) 25c
RUGS, 9 x 12-ft $3.75 - $3.85 - $4.40
Men's handmade Leather BELTS 50c and up
This store will be closed all-day Tuesday, Nov. 11
BAPTIST WMU MEETS AT
The Baptist WMU met in the
auditorium of the Baptist church
for regular business meeting and
mission program Monday. Mrs. D.
'C. Berry Jr was in charge of the
The program, "An Urgent Gos-
pel Dispels Heathen Darkness,"
opened with the singing of "Come
Thou Almighty King." Mrs. Berry
gave the Bible study from Psalm
115. "Monday In Dark Africa" and
"Penetrating Shadows of Ignoran-
ce" were given by Mrs. J. H. Lau-
derdale. "Penetrating the Shadows
of Disease" was discussed by Mrs.
Berry, "Penetrating Shadows of
Paganism,, by Mrs. Arthur Phil-
lips, and a discussion by Mrs. Al-
bert McClellan concluded the pro-
Mrs. Lauderdale presided over
the short business meeting.
Those present were Mesdames
Lauderdale, Berry, Phillips, McClel-
lan, Leona Ross, Leeton Phillips,
MEMBERS OF YOUNG LIFE
CLUB ATTEND NOCONA MEET
With no meeting of the Young
Life club called here last Mon-
day night, a number of members
attended the meeting of the No-
Those going were: Stella Hen-
derson, Elizabeth Hodges, Georgia
Fae Watson, Ella Mae Henderson
and Mrs. Albert Parks.
The next meeting place of the
local club will be announced at
the Trades Day platform Saturday.
Dye Mound News
Wichita Falls spent Saturday with Lee McCollum. Guy Giles, N. R.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George BarFj Walter Collier, R. L. Williams
Rogers. and q. K. Williams.
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Dixon at Elm
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Husband
spent from Tuesday until Thurs-
day of last week visiting his sis-
ters, Mrs. Dick Williams and Mrs.
Jeff Slaton in Hollis.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donnell and
son, Ralph Jr., spent Saturday in
Dallas. They also spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. J. E. Smith,
A. C. Hughes and Jimmy Lear
of Dallas spent Sunday with Mr.
Hughes' sister, Mrs. J. H. Field and
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Giles visited
their daughter, Margaret in Den-
Joe Bowers of Denton and Mrs.
William Bowers and son, Billy and
daughter, Barabra of Washington,
D. C., spent the weekend visiting
Mrs. Luke Grant and Miss Isla
Bellah and other relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynton Mitchell and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel
Boyd and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Boyd
visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boyd
and family in the Gladys communi-
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Crump of
Fort Worth spent Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. Nettie Crump.
Mildred Embry, who is attend-
ing North Texas State Teachers
College at Denton, spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Mrs. Melvina Beckwith of Ter-
rance, Calif., visited her sister, Mrs.
B. O. Atha last week.
Sol Everett, who teaches at Dean
Dale spent the weekend here visit-
ing relatives and friends.
Mrs. Jim Embry spent last Wed-
nesday visiting her children, J. C.
Embry and wife and Mildren, in
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Walker of
Henrietta spent Saturday night
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Farris.
Saturday is Trades Day in Saint Jo
SOCIETY HOLDS REGULAR
MEETING AT CHURCH
The regular weekly meeting of
the Woman's Society of Christian
Service was held Monday after-
noon at the Methodist church. The
meeting opened with the singing
of two hymns after which Mrs.
T. E. Giles led the group in pray-
er. Mrs. John Morgan Jr., brought
the devotional using "Prayer and
Thanksgiving" as her theme.
Mrs. M. L. Drabing continued
the mission study from "A Christ-
ian Imperative" by Barnes, dis-
cussing "Missionary Enterprise in
the New World Order. '
The singing of the hymn closed
10:00 Opening Worship Program,
10:10 Sunday School, R. W. Dav-
10:15 Sunday School.
11:00 Morning Worship Period,
sermon by Rev. Albert McClellan,
"My sins are Mightier than I."
6:15 Training Union, Mrs. Albert
7:00 Evening Service, "Christian
8:00 Church Conference.
Monday afternoon, WMU at 3.
Circle One, Mrs. Allen McGrady,
Circle Two, Mrs. Walter Collier;
Circle Three, Mrs. Arthur Phillips.
Tuesday night. Men's meeting at
the church, 7:30.
Wednesday afternoon, Fidelis
Class meeting, Mrs. Allen McGrady,
at 3 .
Miss Bonnie Jones was shopping
in Bowie Monday.
Mrs. Mildred Norvell visited last
week with her sister, Mrs. Loree
Wiese and family of Bowie.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dunn and
children spent Monday with her
father. Dr. H. N. Wilson at Mon-
Mr. Bill Jones of Paris spent the
weekend with his mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Lillie Jones left this week
for San Antonio where she will
spend the winter.
George Barker was transacting
business in Montague Monday. And,
while there he visited with Dr.
H. N. Wilson.
H,- O. Norvell spent Sunday with
his son, D. C. Norvell and wife.
Miss Bonnie Jones left this week
for Paris, where she will spend
the winter with her brother, B1U
Mrs. Alvin Martin of Saint Jo
is here visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Irb Williams and Mr,
and Mrs. Fel Martin.
Saturday is Trades Day in Saint Jo
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