2021 Saint Jo Rodeo Program

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2019-2020 Royalty

President– Janette Yosten Hess

Queen– Madelynn Vining

Vice President– Rita Blakely Hooker

Junior Queen– Gaige Graham

Treasurer– Nancee Turlington

Princess– Blakelee Perkins

Secretary– Sarah A. Hess Rodeo Committee Members

Parade Marshal– Michael Dale Clark

Harold Sewell

Media Relations– Sarah A. Hess

Robert J. Hess

Sweetheart– Kinsley Clark

Robert Brandon Michael Dale Clark

Jimmy George, Chairman

LIFETIME MEMBERS Ralph E. Borden Eli Casey Jimmy George Robert J. Hess Rita Blakely Hooker Allan Stanley Ancil Thurman Elsie Thurman Nancee Turlington

Benny Bland Debbie Poynor Bryant Ashley Clark Michael Arvin Clark Michael Dale Clark Martha Garcia Janette Yosten Hess

ON THE COVER: Janette Yosten Hess riding her horse “Smokey” with the Saint Jo Riding Club during the late 1970s. Janette is the current President of the Saint Jo Riding Club. 3

Sarah A. Hess Aubrey Morman Tatum Morman Rocky Roberts Harold Sewell Dave Webster Judy Webster

Leeton Jo & Kim Phillips

The Phillips Family has been a part of and has supported the Riding Club since it was organized in 1957. Beginning with Leeton’s great uncle, Arthur Phillips, and with his father, Billy Phillips, the Phillips family has offered the Riding Club their pasture for the staging area for the rodeo parade every year since the parade began. Leeton and Kim have con nued this to the present day. Leeton remembers his father Billy Phillips and his great uncle Arthur being members of the Riding Club early on. Leeton is the great grandson of George Washington “G.W.” Phillips who built the Phillips House in 1913. Leeton grew up going to the rodeo and watching the parade. Leeton earned a BS in Agricultural Economics from Texas A&M University and worked in Dallas as a Commercial Property Underwriter. He married Kim Liudahl in June 1986, and they lived in Flower Mound. Kim earned a BA degree from the University of North Texas and also worked in Dallas. Leeton’s father Billy died in 1989, and Leeton began opera ng Phillips Ranch long distance. They renovated the Phillips house and moved to Saint Jo in 1996. Leeton and Kim have one son, William, born in 1992, who is married to Alli. They enjoy spending me with their new granddaughter Sloan. Leeton and Kim have both been ac ve in the community. Leeton is on his 23rd year as Saint Jo ISD School Board president. He is also ac ve in the First Bap st Church, serves as a director on the Saint Jo ISD Educa on Founda on, and is also a founding and current director on the Stonewall Saloon Museum. Kim is ac ve in the First Bap st Church, she serves as a director and Secretary on the Stonewall Saloon Museum, is also a director and secretary of the Saint Jo ISD Educaon Founda on, a director on the Saint Jo Historical Preserva on Society, a member of the Toast to Teachers commi ee, she has been a director and secretary numerous mes for the Saint Jo Chamber of Commerce since 1996, and she was also a founding director on the Saint Jo Economic Development 4A Corpora on. Leeton and Kim applied and received the Family land Heritage Program award in 1999, recognizing families whose land has been owned and operated con nuously by the same family for 100 years or more. They also applied and received the Recorded Texas Historic Landmark for their house in 2013, the same year the house turned 100 years old. Their home has been on numerous home tours. The theme of the 2021 Saint Jo Rodeo Parade is "My Home Town Parade". This year's Grand Marshal's, The Phillips Family has been part of our rodeo parade every year since the very first one. The Saint Jo Riding Club would like to say "Thank-You" to the Phillips Family and acknowledge their support and contribu ons to the Saint Jo Riding Club and the Saint Jo Rodeo.



MAJOR SPONSOR: Rednecks with Paychecks PROGRAM SPONSOR: Flash Trucking d/b/a Texas Frac MAIN SPONSORS: First State Bank of Saint Jo Nortex Communications Nocona Dental BUCKING CHUTE SPONSORS: AAA Tractor Muenster State Bank

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LET-IN GATE: 151 Garage LET-OUT GATE: Equine Express MUTTON BUSTIN’ SPONSOR: Padic, Inc. RODEO DANCE SPONSOR: Horton Classic Car Museum EVENT BELT BUCKLE SPONSORS: Barrels - Cactus Clinic Saint Jo Jr. Barrels - Saint Jo Farm & Ranch Saddle Bronc - Craig & Paula Olden of Saint Jo Ranch Bronc - Tami Dobbs Dermatology Bareback Bronc - Nocona Feed & Ranch Bull Riding - Quasar Energy Services Calf Roping - Major League Realty Breakaway Roping - Saint Jo Farm & Ranch Team Roper - Quasar Energy Services Team Roper - Phillips Ranch of Saint Jo Steer Wrestling - Windmill Grill Jr. Calf Scramble: Friday - Equine Express Saturday - Dennis Charolais of Saint Jo Calf Scramble: Friday - Thompson Farms of Saint Jo Saturday - George & Melissa Chaffin Mutton Bustin’: Friday - Hats Off Towing Saturday - Trailtown Treasurers

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The 64th Annual Saint Jo Rodeo is Dedicated to Dalton Lyons 05/07/1949 to 09/05/2020

The 64th Annual Saint Jo Rodeo is dedicated to Dalton Lyons. Dalton was our friend and a beloved member of the Saint Jo Riding Club. He was a Lifetime Member and served in many leadership positions for more than 4 decades. Dalton graduated from Saint Jo High School in 1967. After high school he served in the U.S. Navy. In 1973, he married Cindy (the love of his life) and they have 3 children, Rusty, Jody and Marty. Dalton and his family were always involved in Riding Club and Rodeo activities. He always took vacation the week prior to the annual rodeo, so he could make sure the pens were ready and the grounds were mowed. In the early days of the rodeo, the gate proceeds were the only source of revenue. There were some years it did not cover the cost of the event. Dalton took the suggestion of finding sponsors, called on local businesses, sold sponsorships for the Saint Jo Rodeo and helped to financially keep it going. He always wanted the Saint Jo Rodeo to be the very best - like it was in the 1950s and 1960s. In 2017, The Saint Jo Riding Club had a trail ride to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Chisholm Trail. Dalton was the “Trail Boss” (with the help of grandson, Dakota). He led the riders cross-country from the Saint Jo Rodeo Arena, through the Phillips Ranch and then, through the Field Ranch to the ranch house where his family once lived. Thank-you, Dalton, for all of the fun times and wonderful, cherished memories. Dalton Lyons will be missed by all who knew him.


The Saint Jo Riding Club was organized by Weldon Dennis in 1957, with the first Saint Jo Rodeo held in 1958. This bold and enthusiastic venture, which most people would hesitate to begin, has been an annual Saint Jo “tradition” now for 64 years. The first President was Weldon Dennis; Vice President was Charles Dennis; Secretary/Treasurer was Starr Mann; and Bobby Tuggle (Noah Pitman's granddaughter) was the first Sweetheart. During their first year the Saint Jo Riding Club participated in many parades, but only brought home one 3rd place trophy. Mack Thweatt was the next President in those early years of getting the club organized. He was followed by F. C. Galmor, who served for two years as President. For that first rodeo, the crowd sat and watched from the hillside. Much progress took place from the very beginning, and in 1960, the first rodeo arena was built. Throughout the years, the entire Saint Jo community and the surrounding areas have cooperated in enlarging and improving the present Saint Jo Riding Club Arena and all of its facilities. In the early years, a concession stand was added but it was 1987 before city water was run down to the arena. In July of 1998, the concrete pavilion was added around the concession stand. This rodeo arena stands as a symbol to the loyalty, good will, hard work, dedication and community spirit that existed then and continues on today. The Saint Jo Riding Club has earned hundreds of trophies through the years. You can sees our rodeo legacy and our rich history by visiting the Historic Saint Jo Square. Some of these trophies, awards, and memorabilia are displayed at The Museum of the Stonewall Saloon and at Trailtown Treasures. O. K. (Kurz) Williams followed Galmor as Riding Club President and served as President from 1962 until 1975. Craig Lawson served as President from 1976 to 1984. Charles Dennis was President from 1985 to 1994. Eli Casey was elected as President for 1995 and 1996. In 1997, Charles Dennis was again elected as President and served until 2003. Ancil Thurman was President from 2003 to 2007. Eli Casey was elected as President from 2007 to 2011. Nancee Turlington was elected and served from 2011 to 2013. Randall Flusche was President from 2013-2015 followed by Sarah Hess from 2015 to 2020. The current President of the Saint Jo Riding Club is Janette Yosten Hess.





The success of our organization is made possible by the continued support of YOU, our community, our neighbors, and our sponsors. We take great pride in awarding local high school seniors academic scholarships. We award more money than any other riding club in our area. We want to preserve the sport of rodeo as well as encourage others to give back. We truly appreciate your support, whether it’s donations, sponsorship or admittance to our rodeo performances. We want you to know that your money is truly helping others. Thank you!

The Saint Jo Riding Club


The Saint Jo Riding Club would like to thank the Saint Jo Volunteer Fire Department and EMS for their commitment and dedication to providing the highest quality fire, rescue, and emergency medical services to our community and the surrounding areas.

Shawn Armstrong, FF/EMT

Kyle Ogden, EMT

Kyle Brewer, FF

Jonathan Phelps, FF

Jacob Cook, FF

Blake Pledger, FF/EMT

Wyatt Guerin, FF

Wesley Pledger, FF/EMT

Scott Harris, Asst. Chief/EMT

Terry Stewart, FF

Timothy Lindenborn, FF

Bethany Thomas, FF

JB Long, FF

Colton Thomas, Capt./EMT

Andy Maas, Res. FF/ECA

Scott Thomas, Chief/EMT

Mike Martin, FF

Lucas Thompson, Res. FF

Anita McCoy, EMT

Brian Weger, FF/Paramedic

Mike Morris, FF

Dee Weger, Res. FF/EMT

Stephen Morris, FF

Bryan Wolf, FF

Krystal Ogden, FF/EMT


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Hello, Saint Jo and Montague county! I want to introduce myself. My name is April Jacobs, and at the end of May, my two little furbabies George, Gina, and I, sold our house and moved to Saint Jo from Manhattan, Kansas. The most common question I have received is,” Why the heck did you move to Saint Jo?” Well, right place, right time, right people, and right transition in my life and is undoubtedly one of those divine, higher power kinds of things. The first time I visited here, back in December, it quickly felt like home! I came to attend training at Advanced Coaching Leadership Center at Camp Letoli here in Saint Jo. I took the first Vital Fundamentals of Life Processing course and fell in love with the technology. I am now studying to become a professional processor. I can help you achieve your hair dreams, and I can also help you discover how you can achieve those dreams, visions, and goals for your life so you can live the ultimate life you want to live! My passion for people, the beauty industry, and training to become a processor has created the perfect combination to live my most fulfilling and purposeful life. I grew up in the tiny town of Jetmore, KS, with a population of about 800. It is very similar to this place. When I graduated high school, I couldn’t wait to get the heck out of Dodge! I moved to Manhattan, Kansas, where I attended Kansas State University. That lasted about one semester before I realized I was wasting money. I knew I was interested in cosmetology, so I enrolled in Crum’s Beauty College right there in Manhattan. From that moment, I knew I was on the right path. I love all things hair, makeup, and people and have been a stylist since 2004. Over the last 12 years, I was co-owner of a successful salon company in The Little Apple that continues to be very successful. I sold my shares, and here I am! I'm grateful for where it has brought me. So if you are wondering, “ why the heck did you move to Saint Jo?” It is because Saint Jo is a unique place. I am enamored with the people, history, small businesses, art, shopping, wineries, peacefulness, gorgeous scenery, the lively happening weekends that fill up with people from all over, live music, and the charm that adorns the square. Something big is happening here, and I’m excited to be a part of it! salonHAIR is here to provide career pathss for upcoming stylists and give top-notch experience along with luxury services to this community and surrounding area. We are excited to meet you!

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The Star-Spangled Stampede Drill team is made up of talented ladies that come from a variety of backgrounds and age ranges. Their experiences include rodeo, roping, professional barrel racing, trail riding, and showing. Each member brings a unique set of skills to the team. 2021 is the first year for this drill team, and hours of work and practice have gone into perfecting the maneuvers. The members proudly wear red, white, and blue to support our amazing United States of America! It is their mission to promote patriotism while preserving the western heritage by sharing their knowledge, supporting their community, and encouraging others in life.


The Texas Spirit Riders are a Rodeo Drill Team. They are a group of ladies dedicated to promoting the sport of Equestrian Drill Team. Based in Winnsboro, Texas, they have two teams that keep busy schedules. Last weekend they were at the Mesquite Championship Rodeo, and next weekend they will be over 100 miles away from Saint Jo at the 62nd Annual Rodeo in Paris, Texas. They have also performed in Gladewater, Ladonia, Llano, Uvalde, Wichita Falls and Wolfe City, just to name a few. They truly do bring SPIRIT to their rodeo performances, and they love to get the crowd fired-up. The Texas Spirit Riders are looking to make their way to the NFR and ride every rodeo in memory of their fallen Co-Captain Lynsey. The Texas Spirit Riders are led by Captain Erica Bednarz.



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Tyler Cook is the son of Ms. M.c. Fuhrmann and Jacob Cook. He graduated from Saint Jo High School, where he was active in Football, Basketball, Baseball, and FFA. In addition to his busy school life, Tyler has also worked for the City of Saint Jo and for Hess Meat Market, as well as volunteering around his school. Tyler plans on attending Tarleton State University this Fall to pursue an Ag Science Degree.

Braden is the son of Eric & Angie Dennis. He graduated from Saint Jo High School where he was active in UIL Science, Football, Baseball, FFA, and Bass Fishing. As a member of the Texas High School Bass Association, Braden was their Angler of The Year (Red River-West Division). Braden is a member of FIVE cattle Associations! He plans to attend Tarleton State University and major in Agriculture.

Wyatt Andrew Geurin is the son of Kelly & Tina Geurin. He graduated 3rd in his Class from Saint Jo High School where he was active in Football, Baseball, and FFA. Wyatt holds a Farm and Ranch Certificate from NCTC, works on his family's cattle ranch, and has his own fence-building company. Wyatt is a Saint Jo Volunteer Fire Fighter and an EMT, having completed his training this past June. 32

Jessica Dangelmayr is the daughter of Jack & Denise Dangelmayr. She graduated 1st in her Class from Muenster High School where she was active in both 4-H and FFA. Jessica works on her family's ranch, feeding/caring for livestock, helping vaccinate/treat cattle, plowing and harrowing fields, hauling hay and helping repair machinery. She also helps with the bookkeeping. Jessica plans to attend Tarleton State University this Fall, majoring in Agribusiness.

Rafael Francisco Rondon, Jr. is the son of Mary Rondon and the late Rafael Rondon, Sr. He graduated from Sacred Heart Catholic High School in Muenster, where he participated in Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Track. Also Robotics, Music, Student Council and Boy Scouts, attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. Rafael also plays the piano. Rafael plans to attend Tarleton State University to major in General Business with a focus on Agricultural Management.

In 2020, despite not hosting the annual rodeo, the Saint Jo Riding Club still awarded scholarships to area graduating seniors. Robbed of the last half of their senior year, we certainly do not want to short-change them on the recognition that they deserve. The following 2020 grads were recipients of our Agricultural Scholarship: Hunter Garrett, Saint Jo ISD Kymber Faith Pitman, Saint Jo ISD Rachael Vogel, Saint Jo ISD

Cooper Craig Harris, Prairie Valley ISD Alyson Todd, Prairie Valley ISD Logan Morman, Saint Jo Riding Club Member


2019-2020 Saint Jo Rodeo Queen Madelynn is 19 years old and is the daughter of Toi and Russell Vining of Boyd. Crowned in 2019, she had the privilege of holding her title for two years since no rodeo was held at Saint Jo in 2020. She faithfully attended numerous rodeos and parades in the area while representing Saint Jo. She has been a member of the Keller Saddle Club and the North Texas High School Rodeo Association, where she was the 2017-2018 Miss NTHSRA. In 2018, Madelynn

placed 4th at the Texas State Powerlifting. She planned to attend Texas State University with a focus on pre-law. Madelynn was sponsored by See The World Travel Partners.


Gaige Graham is the 15-year old daughter of Scott and Lisa Graham of Bluegrove. She is active in 4-H, Jr. FFA, and is a Youth Leader at the Henrietta Cowboy Church. She competes in boxing, reining, sorting, and working cow horse. Gaige is a member of the AQHYA, Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association, and RHAA. She lives and works at the Birdwell & Clark Ranch, where she helps in the day to day cattle operations. She is looking forward to traveling with her horse this summer, winning the boxing at the state 4-H Horse Show, and becoming a professional photographer. Gaige would love to represent on her horse, Secret Agent. During her time as the Saint Jo Rodeo Junior Queen, she has promoted the Saint Jo Queen Contest to other girls and has spread the word about the wonderful town of Saint Jo and its great rodeo. Gaige was sponsored by Gray Wynn Klein Ranch, Henrietta, Texas.

Blakelee Perkins, formerly of Nocona, is the 7-year old daughter of Alex Perkins. She was a member of the Cooke County Cowboy Church and attended the children' s corral and Vacation Bible School. She enjoys participating in playday events and loves to go riding with her family. She was the 2017 Gainesville Riding Club Buckerette. Blakelee loves to read, draw pictures, and color. She also enjoys playing outside on her family's ranch with her little brother, Canyon. She loves checking and feeding the cows, and helping her mom with the ranch chores. When she grows up, she wants to be a cowgirl and a doctor. Blakelee loved representing Saint Jo as their rodeo princess and traveled to many events throughout the year to promote the Saint Jo Rodeo and the town of Saint Jo. Blakelee was sponsored by Valley View Family Medical. 35

2021 Saint Jo Rodeo Queen Contestants

Faith is the 20-year-old daughter of Keysha Avens and Shane Garrett of Saint Jo, Texas. She is a graduate of Saint Jo High School. She enjoys competing in barrel racing, breakaway roping, stockhorse and ranch horse competitions. Faith was the 2019 Miss Jim Bowie Days Queen, Grand Champion at Johnson Performance Horses 2X, and Fifth at SHOT (Stock Horse of Texas) in Abilene. Her future plans include training horses, competing in rodeos, and stock horse events. Faith wants to be the 2021 Saint Jo Rodeo Queen to represent the Saint Jo Rodeo and her hometown of Saint Jo, Texas. Faith is sponsored by Dishman Harvesting & Trucking.

Karagan is a 16-year-old cowgirl from Nocona, Texas. She is the daughter of Randal and Laurie Ritchie. She is going to be a junior at Prairie Valley High School where she is active in FFA, FCCLA, 4-H, Texas High School Bass Fishing Association, Girl Scouts, and all available sports her school has to offer. She is a member of the National Honor Society and recently just accepted her FFA Lone Star Degree. She has had many achievements and honors in sports, Girl Scouts, and agriculture events. She loves showing her heifer in Texas major shows, and competing in High School Home Economics where she has won the Senior Sweepstakes in Montague County for two years and FCCLA state qualifier in sports nutrition for two years. Karagan loves riding and competing with her horses “Snicker” and “Twinkie”. She enjoys working cattle on the ranch with her family. She also, enjoys hunting and fishing. Karagan wants to add Rodeo Queen to her many achievements. She would like to get others more interested in the sport of Rodeo. Karagan is excited to have this opportunity to meet new people and make great memories. Karagan is sponsored by Pump Service owned by Dale and Cindy Womack of Nocona. 36

2021 Junior Queen Contestants

Hannah Cook is the proud 14 year old daughter of Bryan & Taelor Slagle and Branden & Holly Cook. She will be a freshman at Byron Nelson High School where she plans to join the FFA Chapter and high school rodeo team. Upon graduating high school, Hannah plans to attend Oklahoma State University and be a member of their Stock Horse Team. In addition to participating in rodeo queen pageants, Hannah shows her horse, “Joker”, in ranch versatility and stock horse competitions. She is an active member in the Keller 4-H Club and loves helping out any way she can. When she is not in the barn, you can find her reading books, crafting and trying new things. Hannah hopes to become the next Saint Jo Riding Club Jr. Queen to help give back to the horse industry, which has built her into the young woman she is today. Hannah’s sponsor is B-Free of Flies.

Davenly Rasco is the 12-year-old daughter of James and Annie Rasco. She enjoys riding horses, playing volleyball, and playing her guitar. She just got a yearling Clydesdale filly and is so excited to begin training for her. Davenly has been President of Heart of Arlington 4-H for 2 years and County Delegate for 1 year. She volunteers at the Trinity River Farms Horse facilities, where she attends horse riding lessons. She enjoys cooking with her 4-H cooking team and is looking forward to having a dairy goat to show this year. Davenly's goals include being the best horseman possible and keeping a hunger for new information and connections in the horse world. She would love to be a top trainer one day and teach others about what she knows. Davenly’s sponsor is Kafie Carman of WingDancer Studios. 37

2021 Saint Jo Rodeo Princess Contestants

Hayden Slagle is the 9-year-old daughter of Bryan and Taelor Slagle. Hayden will be in the 4th grade at Kay Granger Elementary. Her favorite school subjects are math, science and writing. In addition to being a rodeo queen, Hayden also shows her horses “Jewel” and “Jellybean”. Hayden is an active member in the Keller 4-H club. She loves all things fashion, queen-ing, makeup, and horses. Hayden’s future plans are to be Miss Rodeo America! DREAM BIG! Hayden’s sponsor is North Texas HVAC.

Josalyn Turlington is the 6-year-old daughter of Chris Turlington and Stephanie Turlington. She will be in the second grade at Gulledge Elementary in the fall. In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her family - going swimming, fishing and shooting targets with her BB gun. Josalyn would like to have her own horse someday and ride all by herself. Her favorite things to do at the Saint Jo Rodeo are mutton bustin’, the calf scramble, the stick bull contest, and riding the ponies. She has been to every Saint Jo Rodeo since she was born with her Grandma Nancee. Josalyn would love to represent the Saint Jo Rodeo as their Princess. She would tell everyone about the Saint Jo Rodeo by going to other parades and rodeos, where she would hand out candy to the kids and make new friends. Josalyn is sponsored by Elk Springs Ranch of Saint Jo, Texas. 38



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Proudly Supports the Saint Jo Riding Club Gainesville, Texas Phone: 940.665.6130 www.padic.com Founded in 1991



Trust in the Lord with All thine heart; And Lean not Into thine own Understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct thy Paths. Proverbs 3:56


an upscale dining experience and western atmosphere in the historic small town of Saint Jo, Texas.

Monday—Closed Tuesday—Thursday 11 AM-2:30 PM Friday—Saturday 11 AM—9 PM Sunday 11 AM—2:30 PM Owners: Jack and Debby Schoppa Visit. www.thelazyheartgrill.com 59

We “sell” honesty, integrity, and customer service. The rest takes care of itself. Specializing in rural, farm and ranch type properties

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in the scenic North Texas hill country. We also provide state certified, professional, real estate appraisal services.

940-825-3313 We Cater

Contact us today! Main 940-995-2987

604 E. Hwy 82 PO Box 585 Nocona, Texas 76255



JackSchoppa@yahoo.com www.NorthTexasProperties.com

Stephen Wohr & Associates www.WohrLaw.com Denton, Cooke & Montague Family Law ~ Criminal Defense Phone: 940-382-4166 Fax: 940-243-0302 Email: wohrlaw@gmail.com

Wedding & Event Venue Forestburg, TX Cara Wohr, Owner cedarhousevenue.com (940) 231-7669

815 North Elm Street Denton, TX 76201 60

In Memory of Joe Daniels of Ennis 01/05/1960 - 01/09/2021

Proceeds will benefit Saint Jo Volunteer Fire Department And Saint Jo Riding Club scholarship fund



203 Howell Street Saint Jo, Texas 76265 940.995.4000

1548 FM 2382 Saint Jo, Texas Located in the hear of the North Texas Hill Country nestled in the hills just between the town square & local wineries. Come sneak away for a weekend of live music, local wineries, shopping small & a cabin with one of the best views in the area. LYNNE SHADDEN lynne@panachesaintjo.com 903.815.3755

903-821-4189 info@ridgeviewsaintjo.com


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