The Saint Jo Tribune (Saint Jo, Tex.), Vol. 44, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, June 12, 1942 Page: 5 of 6
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The Tribune prints reports on all social events of the
community it serves.
THE SAINT JO TKIBUNE, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1MZ
Accent On How
MRS. MORGAN INSTALLED AS
WORTHY MATRON OF ORDER
OF EASTERN STAR HERE
At a regular meeting of Saint
Jo Chapter No. 17 Order of the
Eastern Star, Mrs. Gladys Morgan
%was installed Worthy Matron,
Other officers assuming duties
for the ensueing year were:
Fred Holland, Worthy Pat-
ron; Vesta. Wheeler, associate mat-
ron; R. C. Miller, associate patron;
Nadine Meador, secretary; Pearl
Holland, treasurer; Mollie Bulli-
ler, conductress, Bertha Lauder-
iale, associate conductress; Con-
. lie Miller, chaplain; Alice Wright,
W "Marshall; Jessie Miller, organist;
Raina Holland, adah; Ida Red-
man, Ruth; * Leona Ross, Esther;
Sallie Lauderdale, Martha; Helen
Dunbar, Electa; Esther Fleming,
'arder; Geo. Wright, Sentinel,
'rs. Esther Fleming Past Dep-
Grand. Matron of the State of
\s was1 £he installing officer,
s. Gertrude Mitchell of No-
Chapter No. 62, was install-
narshall and Mrs. Leona Ross,
lling chaplain and Mrs. Nadine
lor installing secretary.
.NOIS BEND SOCIETY HAS
JIAL AT HARRIS HOME
The Woman's Society of Christ-
i Service met Wednesday after-
orj in the home of Mrs. Floyd
irrls for the monthly social.
Mrs. W. D. Dowd read the de-
tional. Mrs. Roy Thompson le.d
e opening prayer.
After the business meeting, re-
ishments of ice cream and cake
is served to Mesdames: H. C.
rker, Roy Thompson, Roy Wis-
m, Cliff Dowd, Adrian Parker,
D. Dowd, W. A. Williams, Dan
)Over, Milton Buck, Will Dowd,
ests, Mrs. B. R. Grigsby and
len Agee and the hostess.
Home' of Better Potographs
ERNON (Doc) TURNAGE
) N. Dixon Gainesville
vorkmanship done on
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vice—any place, any
iVork guaranteed. Give
A Y T O N
S R O S.
,>f 1st National Bank
MONTAGUE HOME CLUB HAS
MEET AT RECREATION HALL
MONTAGUE—The local Home
Demonstration Club met Monday,
June 8, at the Recreation Hall,
with Mrs. James Irish as hostesy
Miss Michie met with the club ana
gave an educational demonstra-
tion on the canning of pineapple.
Sandwiches and cookies were
served to the following: Mesdames
W. R. Williams, J. L. Jameson, A.
S. Elliott, Glen Pribble, Louis Hol-
lond, F. P. Martin, Bessie Walker,
Raymond Walker, Seamon Hedg-
peth, B. R. Gil^s, E. L. Anderson,
H. N. Dearmore, P. A. Carminati,
John Daggs, W. H. London, Miss
Michie and the hostess, Mrs. Irish.
The Club devoted their recreat-
ional period to R6d Cross work.
DISTRICT DEPUTY GRAND
MASTER VISITS LOCAL LODGE;
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED
The Saint Jo Lodge No. 483, A
F. & A.M. was honored Monday
evening at its regular convocation
by a visit from the District Deputy
Grand Master, Joe E. Fulcher of
Bowie. He was accompanied by
Bro. Paul Donald, State Represent-
ative and Prof. Wheat. Several
Short talks, especially that of Don-
ald, was very instructive and in-
Elective officers for the ensue-
ing year are: Roy Harbison, Wor-
shipful Master; A. M. Pearce, Sr.
Warder, W. D. Ellis, Jr. Warden;
Jas. H. Embry, Treasurer; Smith
C. Pedigo, secretary; Fred Holland
Refreshments were seryed after
BELLAHS ENJOY WEEK. AT
LAKE; HAVE MANY GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bellah and
two small daughters, Sandra Kay
and Rossilyn Cecile and Miss Jew-
el Johns, spent.a delightful week
at the Katy Lake Club.
Fishing and boating on the lake
was enjoyed by the family and
guests, who were as follows: Mr.
and Mrs. C. O. Mills and son
Charles, Ulis Burns, Mr. and Mrs.
Kent Bellah, Miss Jerry Lindburg,
G. Garrison and Melvin Maddox.
SOCIETY HOLDS REGULAR
MEETING AT CHURCH MONDAY
smart high school girls are ac-
centing their summer sportswear
with mercerized cotton stockings.
Styled in links, cables, and ribbed
creations, these novel over-knee
stockings are done in pastel shades
to match cotton frocks. The Na-
tional Cotton Council predicts that
this current summer vogue • will
lead to winter use of knee-length
cotton hose by girls in both gram-
mar and high schools. The Council
has medical support for its claim
that there "is no clothing that
makes less sense than a school
girl trudging through cold and
snow with bare legs from ankle to
The members of the Woman's So-
ciety ' of Christian Service, met
Monday afternoon at the Metho-
dist church opening with a hymn
Mrs. Eber N. Dunbar, president, QqV HoilOS* Grod
presided over a business session «
Former Saint Jo
after which Mrs. John Morgan
gave the devotional on the sub-
ject "What Do I Do After Church"
Mrs. Roy Huchtons continued
the teaching of "Christian Roots
of Democracy in America" by Holt.
A social meeting will be held on
June 15 at 4:00 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. John Morgan Jr. The la-
dies of the church are urged to
Mrs. D. D. Griffin announces this
week the birth of a granddaughter,
born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Parks
on June 7, at San Angelo. Mrs.
Parks will be remembered here
as Miss Alice D. Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wheeler Jr
were in Vernon last weekend to
attend the wedding of Mrs. Wheel-
er's brother. The brother lives in
Dallas but he. married a Vernon
Vocational Ag., teacher Wheat,
member of the Saint Jo school
faculty last year who resigned to
take a like post at Bowie, was
a visitor here Monday. He is now
with a creamery at Bowie, it is
£bec^ N. Dunbar
Funeral Director and Mortician
ROYAL OWL FLOUR
CANNOT BE EXCELLED IN QUALITY
See W. J. WALKER
FOR YOUR NEXT SACK,
WHALEY MILL & ELEVATOR CO.
Robert L. Moore, son of the late
Dr. Clarence Moore and Mrs.
Moore, who was Jjorn in Saint Jo
and spent the first 12 years of his
life in this city and who now re-
sides in Denton was an honor
graduate of the class of '42 at
North Texas State Teachers Col-
lege this spring.
Young Moore received a BA.
degree and was one of the two
students in a class of more than
300 who graduated with two ma-
jors. His picture appears in the
"Who's Who" section of The Yucca,
college annual, as the highest
ranking math student. Moore also
won first place in the entire state
in the recent Southern Inter-col-
legiate Mathematic Association Ex-
amination and was awarded a fel-
Throughout his senior year has
taught classes in freshman math
at the college. He plans to enter
Texas University in September,
to finish his masters and Doctors
Katy Agent Hurt
In Fall at Station
T. E. Giles, local M.K.&T. agent,
was severely injured in a fall at
the station several days ago. Lig-
aments were torn and painful
strains were suffered to his hip
and shoulder when his foot slip-
ped as he stepped into a merchan-
He has been confined to his bed
in the company's hospital in Den-
ison for the past two weeks, re-
X-ray pictures reveal no frac-
tures or broken bones.
Word from Denison Wednes-
day indicated that he is doing
nicely, but hospital attendants
believe he will have to remain
there long enough for the torn
ligaments to mend.
Anna Grace Harbison of this city
was a patient in a Wichita Falls
hospital last week-end when • she
had her tonsils removed.
Bedford Henley, candidate for
sheriff of Montague county was a
visitor here Thursday.
Bring your watch and
jewelry repair work to
The revival at the Methodist
church closed last Sunday night.
Rev. Land and son, Eugene return-
ed to their home at Como Monday.
Mrs. Adams of Altus, Okla., and
Mrs. Whisenhunt of Duncan, Okla.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Zora
Whisenhunt last week.
Mrs. J, W. Latham has return-
ed from a visit with her son,
Dewey and wife of Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Hollars of
Vernon have been visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hol-
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Hollars
and Miss Marjorie Little of Fort
Worth spent last weekend visit-
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Mrs. R. J. Moore is spending the
week with her husband in Du-
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Boyd of
Valley View were Sunday visitors
of her mother, Mrs. C. W. Hag-
Miss Velda Lou Ayres return-
ed to her home here Monday af-
ter a week's visit with relatives in
Eddie Powell of Saint Jo is
spending the week with his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Powell.
Illinois Bend News
Leo Fleming who is employed
by Douglas Aircraft at Santa
Monica, Calif., visited friends here
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutchinson
and girls from Los Angeles are
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Hutchinson this week.
Mrs. Dan Hoover and daughter
Myrtle spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. George Miller at Prairie
Mr. and Mrs. Snooks Davenport
of Ponca City visited relatives and
friends here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Laseman and
son Estes, Mr. and Mrs. Sallie
Taylor all from Wichita Falls
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Lynn and W. H. Lynn.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Vaughn were
in Gainesville Thursday.
Several friends visited Mr. Ed-
gar Pittman at Gainesville hospi-
tal Saturday afternoon.
Donald Grigsby accompanied Leo
Flemings to Bonham Wednesday
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Willis Flem-
Bob Ham of Turkey came in last
Wednesday to visit his grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Dowd.
Daniel Hoover who has been em-
ployed at Bethany, returned home
Miss Mary Dunn visited her par-
ents at Saint Jo Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin and
children of Nocona visited relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ham of
Turkey came in Sunday to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will
R. T. BUCK
WELCOME CAMP HOWZE WORKERS
New Crisper POST BRAN, large box 15c
Gallon Crystal White SYRUP 67c
Pint Bee Brand INSECT SPRAY 25c
Large Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, each 6c
2-pound jar PURE CONCORD GRAPE JELLY ... 25c
Fruit jars, all sizes, Lids and Caps, all kinds, Jar
Rings for all jars.
Hoes, Files, Plow Handles, Sweeps, Leather Check Lines, Horse
Collars, Liaret Rope and Many Other Items at Bargain Prices
Open 7 a.m., Close 7 p.m., Except Saturday
Dowd and other relatives.
J. L. Buck left Sunday for
Gainesville where he is employed
with an ice company.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Maddox
and little son, Ronald Dale of
Tulia came in Friday for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Martin and
Inez Cook and Carmon Dunn, all
of Wichita Falls spent the weekend
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Cook, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Fel Mar-
Those visiting in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Mit Dunn recently
were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mad-
dox and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook
and family of Forestburg.
Lorene Bess spent Saturday
night with her grandmother, Mrs.
Loree Lovelace of Spencer spent
Saturday night with Racil and Do-
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dunn spent
Monday in Montague.
Mr. and Mrs. Happy Bess of
Saint Jo spent Saturday night
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Shirley Ann Bowen spent Sat-
urday night with Treva Dunn.
Oliver Wade is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Baker this week.
This has been moving week for
at least two Saint Jo families this
week. The Sam Pedigo family
moved to the home of his father,
Smith C. Pedigo and the Doyle
Powell family moved to the Sam
Mr and Mrs. R. O. Pearce of
Pampa visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Crump last Friday night.
OUR DELICIOUS FOODS
"A Favorite Place to Eat"
Dave Farrier, Prop.
In joining with other business firms of Saint
in welcoming Camp Howze workers, we do so
with the full knowledge that we, as a sound bank-
ing institution, will be called on to serve you in
a number of ways. We are ready to serve you.
Our regular statements will support our claim
of being one of the strongest small town banks
in North Texas. Your extra patronage will be
a pleasure, rather than a burden. WELCOME.
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