The Saint Jo Tribune (Saint Jo, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. , Ed. 1 Friday, November 7, 1941 Page: 4 of 4
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from Here — from THERE — from EVERYWHERE
Items worthy of mention either for their wide appeal
or their present importance.
Jack Huey, local high school prin-
cipal, is seriously ill with pneu-
Young tender smoked turkeys
may be baked slowly as in roast-
ing ordinary poultry, but first they
•hould be soaked overnight to take
out part of the curing salt.
Special club rates now offered on
the Star-Telegram and the Tribune
for one year, ask about it before
you subscribe or renew your sub-
scription to the popular Fort
: OEO. A. WRIGHT
WRIGHT & FIELD
H. D .FIELD, Jr.
SAINT JO, TEXAS
SAINT JO, TEXAS
FRIDAY — SATURDAY
With Bonita Granville - Ray
McDonald - Leo Gorcey
Prevue Saturday Night and
SUNDAY and MONDAY
IN TECHNICOLOR .
With Don Ameche - Betty
Grable - Carole Landis - Rob-
ert Montgomery - Jack Haley
Corbina Wright, Jr.
TUES. WED. THURSDAY
- November 11-12-13
with Bob Hope - Paulette
Goddard - Edward Arnold
Income Tax May
Be Taken from
Washington—The Treasury is at
work on a plan for collecting
future income tax in advance from
wage earners by taking so much
each week or each month from
their pay envelopes or salary
Although under serious consider-
ation, the plan has not yet been
adopted. But if it is, employers
will be required to deduct income
taxes from pay envelopes in about
the same way that they take out
social security taxes now.
A decision is expected before the
end of the year, so that the new
collection method—if approved—
could be applied to 1942 income.
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THE SAINT JO TBIBUNB, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1M1
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Illinois Bend News
Most of the nation's 16 egg-dry-
ing plants are located in Texas,
Oklahoma and Missouri. By Jan.
1, the total will reach 37,
Rev. Shapland filled the puplit
at the First Methodist church here
Sunday in the absence of a regular
pastor, following the moving of
Rev. Hibbert by the conference at
Dallas last week. Shapland, a stu-
dent preacher, is from Dallas.
Orb Adams was unable to be at
his shop Thursday due to illness.
Lee Husband was in Montague
for jury duty Monday.
Cannabalism and feather picking,
vices which sometimes develop in
poultry flocks, can be cured quick-
ly by adding an extra two to four
percent salt to the ration.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
in NOCONA DRUG STORE
Send by Mail or Bus!
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Paschal
and children of Corinth visited Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Wisdom Sunday af-
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Mrs. W. E. Pitman and daughter
Edna were called to Dallas Tues-
day because of the illness of ano-
ther daughter, Mrs. Hugh Mark-
am, who is ill in the hospital there.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Goodpasture
of Nocona visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
O. Buck Sunday.
Wallace Shiflett of Fort Sill spent
the weekend with his sister, Mrs.
Ray Dowd and visited friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harris and
children visited relatives in Hardy
Mr. and Mrs. George King of
Kansas visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Hoover a few days re-
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Buck had
visiting them Monday, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Howard of Tenn., Mr. and Mrs.
John Henry Howard of Postoak,
Mr. and Mrs. Gertie Lankford and
Gilbert Christain of Ada, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wisdom had
her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Paschal of Gainesville visiting them
Mr. and Mrs. Ulis Cordell spent
the weekend with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Tuggle and
son, and Sidney Pitman of Vernon
spent the weekend with their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pitman.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hutchinson
were in Gainesville Saturday.
Notes From the
by Arvile Elliott
1942 Program Features
Next year farmers will have cot-
ton, wheat and peanut allotments,
but no general crop allotments.
Any farmer who wishes to do so
may plant any acreage of peanuts
for oil purposes." The farmer with
a peanut allotment can sell his al-
lotment of peanuts for the edible
trade, but he also may plant more
acrcs and sell this acreage for oil
Farn ers will be required to have
I 25 percent of their crop land in an
j erosion resisting crop or practice
during the year. These practices
include; sudan for pasture, green
manure crops, small grains except
wheat not harvested for grain,
cowpeas, soybeans, winter legumes,
and terracing of croplands (such as
stubble land) where no intertilled
crop is harvested.
Land may be devoted to a de-
pleting crop, and followed by one
of the above erosian resisting crop,
and the form will be qualified, if
the erosion resisting crop reaches
If the farm fails to have the re-
quired 25 percent of erosion re-
sisting crops, the allotment pay-
ments will be reduced by the same
The said building allowance per
farm has been increased, and the
same practices will be used next
.veor to earn this payment.
The above program gives a wide
opportunity for farmers to in-
crease their feed acreage for use
in growing more livestock. For in-
stance. a farmer may havest grain
from his entire acreage, then, ter-
race 25 percent of his land and he
will receive feed payment.
Gainesville Oil Mill
A. Baker, Mgr.
PROTEIN OF PROVED QUALITY
Saturday is Trades Day in Saint Jo
Saint Jo Service
Washing and Greasing
Jack Huey, Prop.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shannon and
children of Vernon visited hit
uncle, L. Shannon and family on
J. B. Roach and son, George
were in Montague on business Sat-
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Walters and
daughter, Ester, were in Bowie
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mitchell and
children were in Gainesville Sat-
Hazel Henley, Ester Walters,
Doris Anita Walden, Oleta Hen-
ley, Lois Jean and Jimmy Lou
Ivins attended a home economics
meeting in Denton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Johns and
daughter, Patsy of Bonita visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Ruth O'Neal of Gainesville visit-
ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver
O'Neal Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Pearson and
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Hoffman attend-
ed the funeral of Mr. John Inzey
at Burkburnett Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fields of
Valley Creek visited Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Byrom Saturday night.
Wichita Daily Times, afternoon
and Sunday or Record-News morn-
ing and Sunday Times, with The
Tribune for one year, both $6.00.
F. M. O'Neal went to Saint Jo
Friday night for an extended visit
with his son, Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Vaughn and
daughters, Evelyn and Gypsie were
in Montague Saturday.
Mrs. Hardy Burke Jr., spent the
weekend with Mr. Burke of Denton.
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Dennis and
children of Dallas visited her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hale
and his brothers W. H. and Olen
Dennis and families over the week-
Guests in the B. H. Henley home
this week-end were their children
Sgt. Justin Henley of Brady, Lu-
cian Henley of N.Y.A. Boys schools
at Ranger, Mr. and Mrs. Skeet
Bowers and children, Jimmy and
Dorlene of Nocona, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Griffin and son Donald Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Murphy of
Maricaibo Venezuela, South Amer-
ica, visited Mrs. Murph's sister,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Franklin Thurs-
Oliver and Ernest O'Neal were
in Montague on business Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Dennis and
children of Dallas visited his bro-
thers, W. H. and Olen Dennis and
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ivins and
daughters, Thelma and Juvine. were
in Montague Saturday.
Odell Johns who is employed
atWichita Falls visited his family
from Thursday to Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lawler
were in Gainesville last week for
medical treatment for Mrs. Law-
Mr. and Mrs.C. D. Mitchell visit-
ed his mother at Hardy over the
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cannon were
in Gainesville Friday afternoon.
Their son, R. D., who is attending
Junior College there returned
home with them for the weekend.
Mr. J. C. Franklin and Jewell
O'Neal visited Mrs. Franklin's
mother, Mrs. Anderson in Nocona
Official Thanksgiving Day is set
for November 27.
Thelma and Hazel Ivins and
Queva Mae Johns spent Wednesday
night with Mrs. Lloyd Bull in
Mr. and Mrs. Olin King of II-
lnois Bend visited Mrs. King's
WE BOUGHT MANY ITEMS
BEFORE ADVANCE IN PRICES
We are stiil selling most every
item at the old low price!
You can save money when you trade at
Hardware, Furniture and Funeral Directors
NOCONA Funeral Directors SAINT JO
Eber N. Dunbar
Funeral Director and Mortician
SAINT JOX \
brother, Pete Ivins and family
J. D. O'Neal of NYA Boys school
at Ranger visited his uncle C. F.
O'Neal and family Friday.
Ester Walters and Lois Jean
Ivins were in Nocona Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Cromer Knox and
her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Hardy were in Gainesville Friday
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Franklin and
Jewell O'Neal were in Gainesville
Mrs. Arch Durham was in Wichi-
ta Falls Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Prather, Mrs.
Jay Moore and Charlie Hale were
in Gainesville on business Friday.
Guests in the E. W. Salmon home
Sunday were their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Dorman of Louisiana
Mr. a nd Mrs. Lucian Salmon of
Terrell, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Fester and Miss Mildred Salmon
of Chickasha, and Mr. and Mrs.
Loy Helvey of Nocona.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Summers were
in Fort Worth Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Johns, Mrs.
Odell Johns and daughter Mary
Celeste, and Mrs. Ernest O'Neal
visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tarr at
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ivins wc:
in Gainesville Monday.
S. A. Vaughn was in Denton
I. N. Monroe and Bert Blasin-
game were in Wichita Falls Sunday.
Mrs. Miles Reed of Fields Ranch
spent last week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ivins.
Severalfrom the Mountain View
and Illinois Bend communities at-
tended singing at the local Baptist
church Sunday night.
SALES SERVICE "
We Repair All Radios
VERNON (Doc) TURNAGE
110 N. Dixon Gainesville
with Dagwood, Blondie, Baby
Dumpling and Daisy
Prevue Sat. Night also
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Franchot Tone, Walter Bren- J
> nan, Carol Bruce, John Caroll
Wayne Morris & Tom Brown
"Three Sons of
WED. — THURS.
Jon Hall & Dorothy Lamour
Aloma of the
H AVV THEATRE
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
RIG TRIPLE PROGRAM
Sons of the Pioneers in
ANDY DEVINE-RICHARD ARLEN
BUCK JONFS DICK FORAN
CHARLES BICKFORD BIG "
WILLIAMS LON CHAN"
and NOAH BERF'
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