The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1926 Page: 1 of 6
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Ot Arid For Stonewall County
Atpermont, Texas, Thursday Feb. 11th. 1926
KHUNENT WAVING MACHINE INSTALLED
And will be in this Shop regularly until the 20th.
Our Operator, Miss Smith, has had long experience
Make your dates early!
THE MARINELLO BEAUTY PARLOR
Mrs. Clement Guest, Proprietress
GAS 0 LIN E
AN H OIL
PHONE Your Order To 117
C. A. McLaury, Agent.
* J. W. Meador
"The Price Is Always Mipht
For Staple and
J. A. WHITTEN WRITES
A letter from J. A. Whitten of
Huntington Park, Calif., sends the
price of the Star, saying they do not
want to miss a copy. He reports ros-
es and other flowers in bloom. Seems
to us as If the whole world should
observe winter in sympathy with the
rest of us.
m S. McMlLUN
PRECINCT NO. 2
Wo are this w«;k authorized to
announce Mr. I. S. McMillin candidate
for re-election for Commissioner of
Precinct No. 2, subject to the action
of the Democratic Primary in July
Mr. McMillin is well known to the
voters of his precinct and in the Coun
ty, having lived here for a number of
years. He has served to the best of
his ability in thi s capacity for one
term and feels in presenting himself
for re-election that lie is better
<.11:j 1 i< o«I to serve his people now than
ever before. His experiences the past
term have enabled him to better un-
derstand the conditions ami needs of
the office and how to meet them.
His record is before you, he ha.'
been faithful and conscientious in all
his dealings in the office he holds.
You will do well to carefully con-
sider his claims before casting your
vote in the coming election,
lb will endeavor to see each of you
jjcr.diudly before the Primary.
di mvoivy "thi: tailok-
Will Hive you one day service.
Phone 159 1. 0. 0. F. Building
lUv. J. O. Heath of Abilene will
preach at the Tabernacle Sunday at
b-itli morning and evening hours.
He comes highly recommended, hear
ASPERMONT DRUG CO.
Drugs and j)rug Sundries
E. M. TRAMMELL
We are this week re<[nested to an-
nounce Mr, E. M. Trammell as a can-
didate for re-election to the ofliee of
County Superintendent, subject to
the action of the Democratic Primary
Mr. Trammell has lived in Stone-
wall County for the past 2H years and
has been doing school work the en-
tire time. He is the present County
Superintendent and is well acquaint-
ed with the conditions and needs of
the schools of this county and he
earnestly solicits your vote and inllu-
e .re on the grounds of his past ser-
vice and the betterment of the future
for the schools in Stonewall County.
You will do well to consider care-
fully hi claims before casting your
V<it • ■
anson < 01 RT proceeding's
Clyde Itingham's case was dismiss-
i .1 nn motion of District Attorney.
( hosier Smith arid Hill Durham
i-a- • continued until next term of
court at Anson.
The I .aymens service at the Taber-
hm-le Sunday night was well attended
The special * musical numbers added
much to the service. Mr. 11. F. Grind-
la ff wn:; the able speaker of the hour
You can't afford to feed cotton seed when you can
That means you can get 1000 lbs. meal and 4000
lbs. of hulls for 2000 lbs. cotton seed. More than
two for one, and much better feed.
HAMLIN COTTON OIL MILL
I. E. Moody, Mgr.
IN POLYCHROME ART
Lessons on WEDNESDAYS from
2:00 to 5:00 P. M Upstairs at
ttryant-Link Store. Full -supply
of materials, on hand,
Mrs. J. B. Pumphrey Jr.
W. S. Featherston
for County Judge
Subject to the action of the Demo-
cratic Primary In July.
To the voters of Stonewall County.
Having decided to make the race for
County Judge, I take this method of
placing my name before you for
Having served you as your County
Judge since 1! 22, 1 believe that 1 am
better prepared to serve you in that
cnp .t ity than heretofore.
i feel very grateful to the people
for twice honoring me with this high
office and I assure you that I will feel
iu,st as thankful again if you favor
me with re-election.
I f you see proper to re-elect me as
your Judsre. you will find mo at my
post of duty working to the interest
of our county.
I wish to thank my loyal friends for
their -import in the past elections.
I earnestly solicit your support.
W. S. Featherston.
Office Second Floor In
—Your business appreciated***
E. M. TRAMMELL JULIA LOCKETT
RADIOS FOR SALE
FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES
Prices Range From $10.00 to $150.00
McLaury - Senttr
P. O. SfiNTBR JR.
T. C. U. Glee Club
and Elkin's Span-
ish Orchestra Give
The T. C. U. Glee Club and Klkins
Spanish Orchestra of Fort Worth,
Texas, rendered a wonderful program
at the Baptist Tabernacle Wednesday
evening. The Auditorium was taxed
to full capacity. Every number was
much enjoyed as wasevidenced by ap-
plause and encores. The promoters of
this entertainment arc to be congrat-
ulated on securing this number. We
understand that a per cent of the pro-
ceeds wo to the Christian Church.
BAPTIST W. M. S.
The Misses Liles entertained a few
of their friends orr Friday evening at
the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs
Hen Lee. There were four tables of
"12" and judging from the spirited
conversation and laughter every one
had a good time. Music rendered by
Mr. Lee during the evening was very
Dainty refreshments of pear salad
served on Icttuce leaves, hot chocolate
and nut loaf were served to the fol-
Mr. Browning, Miss Dahlia Link, Miss
Golda Jones,Miss Roebuck, M r. Jor-
dan, Miss Morrison, Mr. Deerlng, Mr.
Jarrett, Mr. and Mrs. W, 11. Flowers,
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Couch, Mr. and
Roy Riddel, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lee,
Mrs. Lauren Mc Afee.and Misses
Gladys and Hazel Liles.
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UF-A LOT CLUB
The Laf-A-Lot Club met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Reece Ward oo
The reception rooms were effective-
ly decorated with red hearts, cupids,
bows and arrows, and valentines. In
honor of St. Valentine's Day.
Those present enjoyed music by the
radio while '42 was in progress.
Refreshments consisting of chicken
salad on lettuce leaves, crackers, ol-
ives were served to the following club
members and guests:
Me- rs. and Mesdames Bill Hoy, 1. 0.
Jarrett, M. A. Smith, Wayne Me-
Means, Mrs. Jno. W. Hoy,, Miss Min-
neola Rot.hem el and Mr. Dick Murray.
MOTHER OF F. N. POORK
PIES IN OKLAHOMA
On Thursday evening, Feb. 4, a
meeting as held at the Queen Theatre
for the purpose of organising a |«3t
The following officers were defied,
Mrs. Res Rogers, President; : Miss
Verna Mae Myers, Sec.-Treftft.; Irn
Thos* present were Mr. Mid Mrs.'
Pete Blackshear and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Odell Myers, Mrs. Rex Hog*1
ers, Misses Mary Adelle Smith, Varna
Mae Myers, La Veile Osborne, In*
Mcpherson, Zelma Hahn; Messrs Dee
Reed, Bryan Goodloe, Irvin Pearson
and Ira Ballard.
A Hocial hour was pleasantly speoi.
Ma ic by Miss Myers was greatly
enjoyed, also the one reel comedy,
"A trip to Hearts Delight".
Thursday Feb. 18 at 7:80 PrM..
at the Queen Theatre the ninth grade
will present a two-act play, VUS
IN A CHINESE LAUNDRY."
The admission will be 10c land ISr.
Visitors on Monday of this week
were Misses Iva Green and Margaret
Herring who are Simmons University1
students, Misses Verna Mae Myers,
I .a Veil? Osborne, Ruby Brown, Mao-
ri ainea Flowers, Viertet Orr.Oshorae,
and Mr. Couch. ' """"• '•
The Baptist Missionary Society met
in general session last Tuesday after-
noon with Mrs. D. R. Couch. After
monthly business meeting an unusual-
ly interesting Missionary Program
v a irrven on "Japan". Following the
program an enjoyable social hour
was had. Circle "Ruth," acting as
hostess, served delicious refreshments,
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Poor* were just
getting move*.} to town from their
farm home when a message came
that his mother who had previously
lived with them, was very ill at the
home of a daughter in Cement, Okla.
She had gone on a visit last summer
was taken sick in June and wa*
never able to return home. She lived
to the ripe old age of 85 year.*.
Her family were all with her, Mr.
Poore having left at once to be with
her. The Star extends sympathy to
all the bereaved.
Ruler of Hearts Relaxes
After Valentine Campaign
On la-t Thursday afternoon EMra
Smith, Kdyth Thomas, and Wmlle'
7ant completed one of the require-
menu for the Fbemakera Rank jwd
brought happiness to the othsv raerp-
bers of thdx Group by cooking. an
On Saturday morning all the jlrie
n.et at ih* home of their maMtep
and wor'ced f or hd&ara. Mildred VII-
liamiv a d Mildred Bertfef Jfti* U*
se rved delicious chocolate fodfi. A
guest at ihls meeting was Mabel
Wednesday afternoon after an hour
of practice the losing team In tettsy
ball brought out a plonk lunch, which
the girls carried to Mr. Dtrirtk task.
There they roasted "weealea" and
marsh mallows and had^a good time
around the eamp file.
tended the picnic were: Inn
Nadine Long, Mary
Louise Orr, MUdrsd Herring bate
and Velma Anderson, Laels le«4 e4
the coach. Miss Haael Lyles.
Junior Le^^ fttgftm
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Guest, Margaret E. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1926, newspaper, February 11, 1926; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126527/m1/1/: accessed July 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.