The Saint Jo Tribune (Saint Jo, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 11, Ed. 1 Friday, February 12, 1960 Page: 3 of 6
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MRS. EARL GILES HOSTESS TO
TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB
The Twentieth Century Club met
in the home of Mrs. Earl Giles,
February 4. Roll call was answered
by ten members.
The members voted to change
their regular meeting date for
March 3 to March 10 because of
The treasurer, Mrs. Johnny
Moulder, presented a clever way
to take care of the member's pocket
change. A book, "Leaves of Gold"
will be brought to each club meet-
ing where a member will take it
home to read. In the book will be
a small envelope with a proverb
inside. The member takes the pro-
verb and puts his pocket change
inside. The book will be auctioned
off at the last meeting in May.
Mrs. V. W. Clayton brought the
program on "Safe Highways and
Refreshments were served to the
following: Mmes. Dale Dennis, Ed
Cooksey, Charles Wilson, J. C.
Donnell, Pete Jones, Forest Gal-
more, Johnny Moulder, V. W. Clay-
ton, Miss Elizabeth Fleming, and
A son, Gerald Glenn, was born
January 27th to Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Casey of Arlington. The
little boy weighed 8 lbs. 4 oz.
Mrs. Casey is the former Kay
Stone and maternal grandparents
are Mousie and Frances Stone,
formerly of Saint Jo.
Gerald Glenn is the 14th grand-
child of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Har-
Blue Bonnet Study Club. , . .
Rummage Sale, March 17th. (adv)
Attend the church of your choice!
SAINT JO GARDEN CLUB MEETS
WITH MRS. ALLEN HUTSON
The Saint Jo Garden Club met
Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Allen
Hutson as their hostess in her home
on South Broad Street.
Mrs. C. D. Meador, president,
presided over a brief routine
Officers for the year 1960-61, as
presented by the nominating com-
mittee, are Mrs. Allen Hutson,
president; Mrs. W. M. Gibson, vice-
president; Mrs. S. T. Meador, sec-
retary; Mrs. V. W. Clayton, treas-
urer; and Mrs. D. H. Mitchell,
Mrs. C. E. Cunningham, horti-
culture chairman, conducted the
nomenclature drill, to emphasize
the spelling and pronunciation on
Sphagum Moss, giving also a most
interesting talk on the uses of
Sphagum, illustrating her discus-
sions with a demonstration of seed
planting, of the moss.
The club voted to grow Cascade
Chrysanthemums as their flower
show project for the year.
The three-part program was
brought by Mrs. Hutson speaking
on "Black Plastic"; Mrs. Jim Wood-
ruff, on "Polyethylene Speeds Re-
covery of Tree Bark Injury," and
Mrs Cunningham on "The Best in
Members in attendance were
Mmes. Chas. Wilson, Jim Woodruff,
R. L. Williams, Tom White, John
Smith, J. K. Seibold, R. J. Samples,
S. T. Meador, C. D. Meador, W. M.
Gibson, J. C. Donnell, and C. E.
PIE *AND BOX SUPPER TO BE
HELD IN CAPS CORNER SCHOOL
A pie and box supper will be
held in Caps Corner School Thurs-
day night, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. for
4-H and Home Demonstration
Clubs. Everyone is invited to come
and enjoy the fun and food.
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spread it with orange butter. It's perfect for coffee-hour snacking
or to serve for a special occasion coffee time. The loaf is rich with
crunchy, fresh tasting California walnuts, moist with dates and
reminiscent of New England with its maple flavoring. Serve this
delicious walnut mapie loaf with salads, with cheese for snacking,
as tea refreshments, or for a lunch box treat. To make it pretty
for fancy company serving, garnish with slices of orange and top
each slice with a big, golden California walnut half.
CALIFORNIA WALNUT MAPLE LOAF
*4 cup shortening
1 cup light brown sugar, 1
firmly packed 1
Zi cup granulated sugar 1
3 eggs y2
1 teaspoon maple flavoring 1 '/2
2 teaspoons grated orange 1
cups sifted all-purpose flour
teaspoon baking soda
teaspoon baking powder
cups chopped dates
cup chopped California
Cream shortening and sugars thoroughly. Add eggs, maple
flavoring and orange peel; continue creaming Until light and
fluffy. Resift flour with salt, soda and baking powder. Add to
creamed mixture alternately with milk. Stir in dates and walnuts.
Turn into greased and floured 9 x 5 x 3-inch loaf pan. Bake at 350
degrees about one hour or until set. Makes one loaf.
Orange Butter: Cut a medium-sized orange in half. Remove
seeds but do not peel. Put through food chopper, whir on blender,
or chop up fine. Add to V2 pound softened butter. Whip with
electric mixer until fluffy.
BONITA WOMEN'S SOCIETY OF
CHRISTIAN SERVICE MEETS
The Women's Society of Christian
Service from the Bonita Methodist
Church met in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Henry for the Febru-
ary meeting on February 8 at 7 P.M.
Mrs. Bruce Porter, president was
in charge of the business meeting.
Minutes of the last two previous
meetings were read by the secretary,
Mrs. C. H. Ayres and approved.
Nine members and one visitor, Mrs.
L. L. Newland, answer roll call with
a favorite scripture.
Reports from committes on church
improvement were made. The heat
unit had been purchased and will
be installed soon by Bruce Porter,
Baylous Buck, and L. L. Newland.
Mrs. Porter and Mrs. C. E. Ayres
were elected as delicate and alter-
nate to the North Texas Annual
Conference, of The Women's Soc-
iety of Christian Service to be
held in Paris, Texas on March
23th and 24th.
Mrs. Henry was the leader for
the program on "This is The Day"
She opened her remarks with the
poem: "Tomorrows Dawn" and clos-
ed them with: "Builders of Eter-
nity." The devotion included A
prayer of Dedication, by Mrs.
Johnny Brogdon, scripture, Mrs. J.
H. Ayres and a Medtation by Mrs.
Porter. The Playlet was given by
Mrs. J. H. Ayres, Mrs. C. E. Ayres,
Mrs. Oscar Lanier, Mrs. Baylous
Buck and Mrs. Johnny Brogdon.
March meeting will be in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Buck.
Mrs. Newland was on hand with
her movie camera and took pictures
of the group of both men and wo-
men as they assembled for the
Refreshments were served to Mr.
and Mrs. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Ayres, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ayres,
Mr. and Mrs. Buck, Mr. and Mrs.
Lanier, and Viola Kay, Mr. and
Mrs. Brogdon and daughters, Mrs.
Bert Atha, Mrs. Newland and the
host and hostess, the Jim Henrys.
Tell 'em you saw it in the Tribune.
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MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH MEETS
All circles of the W. M. U. met in
the First Baptist Church for their
regular monthly meeting Monday
night, Feb. 8. Mrs. Pete Jones,
circle chairman of Doris Sharply
Circle, had charge of the program
on "In Word and Speech and Deed
on Panama Canal Zone."
The program was very inform-
ative to the ones present.
Those on the program were
Mmes. Pete Jones, Norris Onstead,
Quinton Conyers, and Robert Jeter.
The program closed with prayer
by Mrs. Daile Mitchell.
A short business meeting followed
with Mrs. Robert Jeter presiding in
the absence of Mrs. Dan Boone who
Reports were given from all the
circles, the Doris Sharply Circle
having charge of the refreshments
last month for the G. A.'s.
The Community Mission Chair-
man reported that the society had
given several useful gifts to a
family who were ill and also had
The community mission for this
month will be visitation for the
revival that will start the last of
this month. Mrs. Lawson especially
emphasised visiting the new fam-
ilies in our community.
Eleven members were present;
several were absent because of
illness. Mrs. Arthur Phillips dis-
missed the meeting with prayer.
Weekend guest in the home of
Mrs. W. F. Richey were her dau-
ghter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
Jordan Rogers from Dumont, Texas
Grandson, Don Ray Moon of Gar-
land, Texas and Mrs. Mary Pruitt
of Gainesville, Texas.
Recent guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Samples were
Miss Susie Brumbraugh of Saint
Jo; Mrs. Roy Embry, and Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Pounds, Denton; L.
E. Manuel and Forest Kramer,
Wichta Falls; and Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Samples and baby of Gaines-
Mrs. Horace Embry returned this
week from Lubbock where she was
visiting her sister, Mrs. Bertha
Harris, who is seriously ill in West
Texas Hospital there.
Guests in the C. H. Stephens
home last weekend were their
children, Mr. and Mrs. B. H.
Stephens, Brenda and Lydia of
Davis, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Stephens and Charles Lee of
Saint Jo, but J. C. is employed at
Darrouzett, Texas, for the present
and was home over the weekend;
Mrs. Stephens' sister, Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. Yates and Linda of Fort
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Mrs. J. H. Ayers was hostess for
an all day meeting of the Bonita
Home Demonstration Club in her
home Thursday. The Spencer Club
also attended as guests of the
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Henley and
Mrs. Bettie Grimes were in Nocona
Thursday for medical attention for
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Childress were
in Wichita Falls Friday to visit
their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Milton
Childress, who is a hospital patient.
Mrs. Adrian Parker, Sheila Ann
and Rex, Mr. and Hrs. J. C. Dur-
ham, Calvin and Arlie Ray, Mrs.
Ruel Cannon and James, Judy
Thweatt, Myrna Maxwell, Linda
Durham, Roger Henley, and Marion
Otto Brawner attended the Fat
Stock Show in Fort Worth Satur-
Floyd Mitchell visited his uncle,
Bob Mitchell and family in Wichita
Falls Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ivins, Mr. and
Mrs. O. A. King, Walt Ivins, Mrs.
Lynn Ivins and Mr. and Mrs. Cleve-
land Hilton visited Mrs. Howard
Lowe of Rubottom, Okla., who is
a medical patient in a Gainesville
hospital last week.
Mrs. Arch Durham was a Nocona
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mack Thweatt and Mrs. Martha
Lovett include Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Lovett and Margaret Ann of Wich-
ita Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Joe White-
head and Charles of Bowie, Mrs.
Jim Crow of Nocona, Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Mitchell of Prairie Valley, Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn Lovett, Barbara
and Gary, Doyle Lovett, Mrs.
Sadler, and Mrs. Claude Loper all
of Saint Jo.
Mr. and Mrs. John Whitson of
Wichita Falls were recent guests of
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Henley, Mrs.
Bettie Grimes and Miss Ima Grimes.
Guests in the Guy Cannon home
Sunday were their sons, R. D. Can-
non of Graham, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Cannon and Rose of Whites-
boro, and Mr. and Mrj. Ruel Can-
non and James.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rich, and Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest O'Neal attended a
Sunday afternoon singing held in
Calvary Baptist Church in Bowie.
Mr. and Mrs. Smokey Moses of
Ralls, Texas, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Adrian Parker Thursday
Mrs. Adrian Parker, Betty King
and Anna Lou Coker were Ring-
gold visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conyers of
Gainesville were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Ayers Sunday.
Mrs. Eddie Hacker, Donald and
Basil of Muenster were guests
Wednesday of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jaegars of
Nocona visited her father, Mr. and
Mrs. Arch Durham Sunday.
Betty King was a weekend guest
of Anna Lou Coker and Mrs. Ava
Dowd in Saint Jo.
Adrian Parker and Noble Coker
were Ardmore, Okla., visitors Sat-
Eld John Raymond of Saint Jo
filled an appointment at the Church
of Christ Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Henley were
guests Wednesday of their daugh-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Isom Reed at
Mountain View, and Saturday, they
were guests of another daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huddleston in
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. King, C. F.
O'Neal, Ernest O'Neal, and E. B.
O'Neal of Nocona were Muenster
BONITA HOME DEMO. CLUB
HOLDS ALL - DAY MEETING
Despite the most inclement
weather, 18 members of the Bonita
Home Demonstration Club and 13
guests gathered in the home of
Mrs. Jim Ayers for an all-day
A sumptious "help-yourself" meal
was enjoyed at the noon hour. A
well planned Valentine party with
an exchange of gifts was a pleasing
diversion for the one o'clock hour.
Mrs. Joe Marshall, president,
called the meeting to order at two
o'clock. Roll call was answered
with members naming their favor-
ite bird. The devotional was
brought by the hostess reading the
1st Psalm, and Mrs. Maudine Dur-
ham offering prayer. A short sing-
song, lead by Mrs. Viola Durham,
Mrs. R. B. Price, Homestead
Improvement chairman, headed a
well planned program on Flowering
Shrubs, speaking at length on the
shrubs best suited to this local
area; their planting, care, and
protection from insects. Mrs. Price
used branches from eight different
flowering shrubs in her discussions.
In two "shrub contests," prizes
went to Mrs. Tom White and Mrs.
Members present were Mmes.
Claude Ayers, Huse Admire, Bay-
lias Buck, Leta Fletcher, F. E.
Gregory, Jim Henry, Oscar Lanier,
Joe Marshall, Lee Miller, John
Mosley, W. E. Nunneley, Bruce
Porter, R. B. Price, Paul Thompson,
Tom White, Jim Woodruff, and
Guests were Mmes. Arch Dur-
ham, Bert Atha, Dow Childress,
Edna Boland, Hughes Durham, A.
O. Ivins, John Brogdon, Jack
Durham, George Miller, Edna Hud-
delston, J. E. Smith, Walter Ivins,
and Miss Edna Roach.
CARD OF THANKS
Thank you for your kindness
and for the beautiful flowers that
expressed your sympathy in our
The Mitchell Family
Spring Arrives To
Charm With Color
And Gay Flowers
Spring begins officially with the
first wearing of a new suit and hat
from the Charm Shop — m'lady's
headquarters for everything that's
lovely for spring.
Select from Betty Rose and
Fashionbilt creations and other
nationally advertised brands. Every
most wanted style and every size.
Charm Shop's collection includes
woolens, wool crepes, tweeds,
checks, and pure silk Miller Cupai-
oli. Choose from blue, brown,
black, navy and the newest shades
of beige. Some are fitted and firred,
some come with brief jackets,
others boast the boxy jacket, and
still others have the jacket that
gives the long, slim look. Try on
the different styles and see what
they do for you.
Charm Shop has these beauties
on a budget for Miss, Junior and
Mom. Also new spring coats in
three lengths — the new shortie,
the smart three-quarter length and
the full length coat.
And for spring's prettiest hats,
for a real spring tonic, visit the
Charm Shop's millinery depart-
ment. It has burst into bloom with
flowering beauties — masses of
blossoms, a shellful of petals, a
halo of leaves.
Some are small pillboxes swathed
in veiling, and there's the saucy
sailor. The Charm Shop has every-
thing that goes to the head from
tiny veiled bits to picture brims
in a garden full of color.
For the newest in spring-timed
suits, coats, and hats choose from
Charm, 205 North Main Street,
A Local Mutual Burial Association, Operated Under the Laws
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For Every Member of the Family Up to 95 Year* of Age
$150.00, $100.00, $50.00 and Optional Funeral Benefits
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