The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1929 Page: 1 of 4
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Haren — Bop,well Baptist Services Sunday
There will be un eleectlon 1 held at Saturday oveninjr at 2 P. M. Mr. Sunday School 10 A. M.
the Court House, Saturday, April 0th, Homer Boswc„ ancVwif^ K.lna 11. Ha- Mwrnln* WowWP 11 A' M-
for the purpose of electing 3 trustees ren wovo (|uiot1y man.i(,(i ,lt tho )lomo Subject of sermon: "The Resurrection
Special music is arranged
Ft. Y. P. U. 6:30 P. M.
livening worship 7:30 P. M.
for the Aspermont Independent School of jho writ,,t.
District. Mr. Roflwc'll and Miss Haren are
Pete Blackshear. Secretary. both residents of TVnton Texas and
~ " are finished product.; of Denton Col-
Miss Eunice Hilling, who teaches 1(!R.C> ^ ,|amj ,, th„ princil)M,
at Shinery Lake spent the week-end l0U(.]lt,v of lh„ Va]1(>y view School,
in the city. \Vf jo'ii with the rnaay friends in
o— wishing this fine yotm<r couple a Ion's
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Yarhrough at- and prosperous happy life.
tended the Interseholastic School \t g. Holmes
Sunday March 3J
Subject: Life Known in His Resur- stand thai
rection; Attained in Our Resurrection, and not priory. You,
1. Scripture Phil. 3: 10-14 Rom. 6: is supposed to be cash and mu.
4-11 —Joe Marquis pecially Obstetrical work on the 1st'
2. Life Virgil Kolb you know this to be due in a <
3. Changing Centers Polk Cox time, therefore, you can prepu, .r
Sermon: "Making u Living or 4. Dead Rut Not u Dead One it. Now do not come to us without
Making a LI PR, Which?" —Curtis Winn money or a bankable note.
Next Sunday is Raster, which com- f>. UfpHror Death —Ted Irvin J no. T. Wylie, M. I)., Peacock
memorates the resurrection of Jesus. 0 D. C. Wylie M. D., Aspermont
The Sabbath was changed from Sat- , p0.,iVQl V, I. JJaugh M. D., Sweiison
urday t« Sunday to celebrate thi3 OdpuSC IvtiVlVdl LO v Ml.Knjf,ht M p Aspermont
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. McMillin
Meet at Peaco<'k Saturday.
Mesdamesll. Yarbo, J. M. Miller Jr.
• L. D. McAfee visited Stamford Satur-
„ Mr. McMillin, who with two small
. o " (hildren had been attacked by a
Misses Kmostino lirannen, Mar.ru- young mule- -pet of a neighbor. The
ret and Elizabeth Herrhr- were vi.--.i- mule was not inclined to play fair and
tors at Abilene Monday. painfully, (ihough rol|,nhly not ;.-n-
(usly) hurt the mother, who tried to
Mrs. E. P. Gibson of Amhurst was defend herself and children.
visiting Aspermont relatives and Mr. and Mrs. McMillin relumed
crowning'event. He is the "first
fruits from the dead," Sunday is the
were "fjr.st day of the week." It is "The,
called to Spring C reek in "V oung lord's Day." That is, it belongs to
( purity last week to visit a sister of ||j,n. us not appropriate it to
ourselves. The misappropriation of
an other's money is punishable by the
Begin April 14th.
friends and looking after business in- home Sunday. The . ist< r
terests last week, improved.
law of man by imprisonment. The
misappropriation of an other's day
represents money, time and even; life.
What should be the punishment ?
Let us he honest with God and happy.
Spend the day somewhere with God
and I lis people and be blessed.
SKXIOR I!. Y. I'. I'. Study Course
Of .lu .
and all of it sr«...
Now what we need is
rain to put out water in our tank* >*. .
and lots of it in the city lake.
Mesdames J. W. Joyc, Chae. Gibaon,
P. J. and Jesse Dal by visited in Rulf
and Sagerton one day last
Miss Ella Moore was in frog! $$!§
Moore ranch the last of the w#e)u,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Hart of SI*?
ton visited with Mrs. Hart's
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Flight, and other
and Mrs. M. P. Carr, Monday.
of Johnson Chapel Community.
Davis Hats Choice
C A P S
Styles at a l'i
_ Next Monday evening at 0:30 a
9 course in the Senior 15. Y. P. V. Man-
M ual will begin, Two lessons will be
■ ha.fl each evening to Friday A brief
H social will be enjoyed between chiss-
Hl es. Every one from Intermediate
age and above are urged to attend.!
1H Don't mi s l.i '
C, A. Raskin j tion, should determine your conduct,
• — -o — - i Lay a-'ide any «'• •• rir.nl .lifference
j'j Cupids claimed an other of Asper- J that limits your -•••vie-. Give Cod
ijj mont school faculty in the person of | and the lost soul fir t. considerauer
Miss Ruby Little who was married to! 1'■ '*•
• II. L. Yarbrough leaves next. Mon-
A series of Revival Services will be day for Dallas, to take charge of the
gin April 34th. The meetings are to Demonstration Plant of the C< men-
be conducted by home forces. It will r.lul Gin Company during the State
last just eight days probably. Hence Ginners Convention. He will be there
the need of intensive and earnest of- for about ten days before returning
fort on the part of us all. , home,
We are very anxious to have every! - ,, ...... 1 x
kind of help and cooperation possible j Mr. and Mrs. II. 10. Carr of Old Miss Hazel Lyles spent Sunday jn
from each and every christian in the' Glory visited with their parents, Mr. the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lee
community. Now that it has been
several months since the revival sea-
son here, let us all strive to attain
that spiritual relation that gives the
christian his supreme; joy.
We. meet you in the choir. We
need your testimony of God's power
We need your prayers for the one do-
ing the preaching, for those listening.
We 'need your help in soliciting the
ones to come .to the services, and to
the Savior, who need Him most.
This is a campaign when your re-
lation to God, and not church affilia-
Our New Spring Piece Goods at
ing and we can make your Dor :>r j
long* way m that department,
GUEST & NIN|
"Pay Cash and Pay Less"
Mr. J. C. Kstos of Laredo during the|
Christmas Holidays. Mrs. Estes
planned to finish the school term be-'
fore making her marriage public but
i-omehow they say "murder will out"
likewise weddings, She spent last,
.irk with her parents at Abilene and
went to joii '• r husband Saturday.
Quite a f times during the life
of Aspermoa' High School has our
charming you g teachers ten pcr-
sauded to fiec with their Romeos ere,
the school term was over. Well we;
have the best why not claim them be-
THIS DAINTY BOTTLE OF
aa'aiRsaaaaxaiiaasaiiaiiisaaaiiaiBa^^^iiasiaiaaviiaaAliiaR fore the other fellow does.
We need your Cream, Poultry and ISggs.
So let us feed your Cows and Chickens.
We have the feed that makes the ('ream
Bring us your Cream and Eggs and get
We also have all kinds of Planting Seeds
FARMERS PRODUCE CO.
Board by the day or
Give the wife and
mother a rest from
cooking on Sunday.
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ItoMft-Hw parfMiwa at >wUi and
SATURDAY & 1st. MONDAY
P E A C H E S >'«"• Gai.
A P R I C O T S IV Gal.
WASHING POWDER lihf;,hrouw
LIMA BEANS W:a?°•2 c,in
PORK & BEANS 2
"I'ay Cash and I'ay Less"
STAR DKUG STOKE
Any kind of wave desired.
VI US. WILL A, DffWODY
FIRST iVl 0 N DAY S P E C I A L
Rexall package candy V* off
ASI'ERMONT DRUG CO. INC.
SAT I! R I) A Y & M O N T) \ Y SPECIALS
100!b Sugar $6.50
25tb Sugar $1.65
15.1b Sugar $1 00
10ft) Sugar 70c
51b Sugar 40c
Hams, for Easter 28clb
All 15c Cereals, 2 for 25c
Oranges, Nice Size, each 2c
Special price on Bananas and other fruit
Many other good eats, come and get them
HARVEY'S CASH GROCERY
hone 145 We Deliver
.. . h ifcf
Fresh and Cured Meats, Pruit, Fresh
Vegetables, kept fresh in our Frigidaire
Staple and Faney Groceries
City Meat Market
I. L. Smith, Prop*
E X T R A S P ECI A L P RICES
ON ALL SPRING
DRESSES AND HATS
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Mens Work Shirts
Mens Work Shoes
Ladies Silk Hose
Ladies Spring Dresses
Ren e her, time is short and if you
any Summer Goods buy them now*
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Guest, Margaret E. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 28, 1929, newspaper, March 28, 1929; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126585/m1/1/: accessed November 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.