The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 30, 1930 Page: 1 of 4
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Of And For Stonewall County
Aipcrmont, Texas* Thursday, January 30th. 1930
at school wc have clcared $57.35. If He Understood
The first twenty-eight dollars was _,h_
Honor list for the tliird 6 weeks used to buy basket balls. $29.35 has |f h/) understood the other,
term. been applied on our playground debt. Just Uke a friend or |,rother,
GRADE 1. Eugene Shadlc, Mary Jo The hot drinks and other foods have 3o ,,e ceuH look J:it0 his oye,
Stewart, Warren Dodson been worth while during the cold days Se<i am,
pass lii.5 imporicctkm.-- by
GRADE 2. Reports are deferred until J though the profit each week haa been lf hc knew his history line,
Miss Irvin'n return to School : small. How nature and environment din
GRADE 3. Edna Hecht, Lorene Kill-1 The teachers expect to have the entwine,
Benefit "42" party next Friday even- Cou|d he pass the bluff, see only the
in:.; at 7:30 at school. No special in- rcaj(
vitation is necessary when ever th s just how would it make him feel
ariio; are given at school, though por if a f,.||ow does right or wrong,
these selling tickets have tii.d to see lts nature, environment, drink or
son, Wilburn Ellison, Mildred Hankc
GRADE 4. Anna Mae Gardner, Leon
Harvey, Jimrnie Robertson.
GRADE 5. Billie Ja':o Joyce, Evelyn
Read, Clifford Viertel, JohnnyO La-
GRADE 6. Elvn Long, Inez Aycock,
GRADE 7. Marga et A:sd :rson, Vida
Trammell, Ralph Riddel.
Roy Riddel, Mary Bed, Vorna Fletch-
er, Hermona Shadle, M r a et I o : •,
Elvira Smith, Ma: :ir ' V tie..
. , Mid-term examinati; n:s have been
given. In all the olementavy sub
jects and in some of thus? in hi
school, high averages during the 1 '.s;.
semester can raise low averages for
the first. In some high sc' oo! sub-
jects, grades for half units are final
and can not be made up unless thes*
subjects are taken again.
Mrs. T. B. l.ee is actin : a s.ib t'
tute during the two weeks Hint Mis
Irvin is in hospital.
Mr. J. II. M ason was ill during pa '
everyone who enjoys such occasions.
The teachers of the first three grad
es arts coaching their pupils on a play
which will be given in the near future
The Seniors are beginning work on
their class play "Eyes of Love"
Miss Vera Culberson, teacher of ex-
Its not the act at all that counts,
But all the forces that brought it
So if he just understood,,
And if he studied each case u he
prdssion for several years in Hamlin H(. woul(| nH>vc t|K: basis of
praise or blame
For the actor and the causer are
not always the same.
iotan, has be^un here with a
,.d sized private class and also a
' i-.vh school group in play production.
d';:'s ( tilberson is a graduate of Trin-
Miss Glenn Floyd of Retail spent The above contribution of one of our
Friday in our school. Stonewall County citizens and-we ap-
("mral and Glee clubs have predate it very much. The initials
worked this year on groups of pongs are not of the name, but of a nick-
uitable for certain occasions. They name.
have taken in addition to miscella- — o
u-ous songs a Thanksgiving group, a
;roap of carols a group of folk songs
'est. of which were given Jan. 28 at
SENIOR B. Y. P. U.
of last week.. Supt. E. M. Trammell the chapel program. This week
assisted with some of Mr. Mason's work will begin on a group of Irish
. o:- s for use on St. Patricks Day.
TSe -as'iombly program M on d a v
••••s iven by the pupils of
.to;■ *"ins' grade. The numbers
i'Stding: At the Hospital Window
Mr. Ketchum was away from his
duties as janitor o e day when he
went to San An elo f ,r Mrs 'Ce.
um, Who has been away for treatment
Mrs. Ketchum seems greatly i n-
Miss Moselle Faulk, who
seventh teacher, is tea-'hing high fi 'sv
for a second year in Donna.
Miss Maud Dean, who ,au lit h. re
three yeam, is teaching thi■ half v a -
in the Lamesa High School.
Verna Fletcher, one of our best pu-
pils, has withdrawn to enter In h
school in Austin. The Home Eco-
nomics Club honored Verna with a
farewell party and a parting gift on of Simmons University.
Friday afternoon. The Seniors regret to lose Travi
The Aspermont boys won a game of Rash from their number. Travis ha
Suniay Jan. 'J, 1030
Subject: Growth through Bible Read-
me, Meditation and PraytH'
Scripture Reading —Sally Tillotson
Introduction by Leader
Dangers of Diet - -Mae Del! Seroggins
Why Read the Bible —Mr. Baugh
The Bible our Guide —Martelle West
" "Johnnie Fae Dalby 735bje Reading and Prayer
Vi.\"inia O tme.v Mae Beidleman
wiitg ! ow Sweet Chariot phc Prayer Life of Jesus
Monro's T ouble T an ,.j Winn
A on:;o --C.ifiVrrt Vier* I j prayer aid Christian G-< vU'
| ■— Wtllard Lawley
The Quiet Hour Covenant
A. F. Hades
"Come and let us reason together,
aith the Lord."
• •i.ni.n - -Bmi.e 'Jake. .Toy .re
M :■ r'ames C. G. Viertel, J. W
r yee, H. L. Orr, Ode!I M/ers. J. I
■Biggins and Mr. Aubra In'sn,
Miss Carrie Coffey, on of the b
A. H. S, exes, is at present a stude.i
basket ball here Friday wh n Sweii-
son came to play 011 our Court.
During the severe weather, nt'e,id
ance has been better than cou'd h <■"-t
pected. Some teachers c> ••
feet attendance during the six week ■
of a large per cent of the pupils.
Since we have Iv en sell', g Li cl e
i.d.-awn from school to vvor':. Hi-
: r.ulc.i? through mid-term indica'< ■
that he would be a 1930 graduate.
Mr. and M s. H. W. Wylio and. son.
'obbie of f ubbock were week-end vi■<
".o:-s with Mrs. Wylio's parents, Mr.
d M rs. J. E. Keen.
fliiuiimill 3 hiuiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiaiiuiiJiiaxxii
GUEST & DUNWODV ;
Y. P. A. Prog-ra n
Sunday February 2nd
■1. Scripture: Reading Gen. 43: 11:
I Kings 10:10; Esther 1:13
5. Special music
(1. Boyhood of Jesus—Alvey Winn
7. How John Prepared the Way
--- Mai'v Grindstaff
We have so me very attractive Specials
to offer vou on Saturday, February 1st.
and Motiday, February 3rd.
You need the goods and we need the
That is the two reasons we are offer-
■S. Crisis in
>iik's mm -i
"I^ay Cash and Pay Less'
SPECIALS For SATURDAY & MONDAY
February 1st. and 3rd.
We think vou wilt-like our prices & goods.
P'nto Berns, per pound 7c
100 pounds Coarse Salt 90c
50 pounds Plain Block Salt 55c
50 pound? Sulphur Block Salt 65c
All 1 Toroals, 2 for 25c
Concho Corn, 8 cans for $1.00
Bananas, per dozen 35c
We have a stock of good groceries and
think we can please you if you give us a
ft. The Death and Resurrection of Je
sus —Mae Beidleman
S. S. Social Postponed
The Sunday School Social announ
cod for Friday nicht January 31st.
has been postponed because of coiifliet
ing engagements. Another date will
be named later.
Mrs. F. V. McKnight and daughter,
Mr> . T. Z. Entrlish left early Tuesdn>
:morning for Mineola. They do not
plan to return until after school is
TO BE HELD AT OLD GLORY
Tuesday, February 4th, 1930
10.00 A. M. Devotional
E, 11. Dicki rson
10:15 He!al:6nship of Chnrcli and
Pa> tor -W. T, North
10:40 How to bring about a Unified j
C'o-opeiative Spirit in our Asso-
ciation — C. A. Baskin
11:10 Sermon - I., E. Finney
12:10 N'oon hour
1:15 P. M. Devotional -C. K. Best
1 :'i0 Greater Baylor Campaign ;
---L. K. Finney'
2 (1(1 is of Acts 2: :j<)
D. X. White j
2 30 The Kind of M. angelisui needed'
today Led by E. H. Dickersoni
3:00 W. M. I'. Led by Mrs. Jno. Guest'
3:30 Hoard Meeting
Music in charge of T. 11. Lee
We reccomniend that all churches
be represented. Hear Dr. Finney
at the eleven o'clock hour. Dr. Fin-
ney is one of the greatest preachers |
in Texas. Hear him at Old Glory on
February 1th H'-'iO.
A. S. llolt.ie-., I'ii-t"'
The Senior League
A hocial was enjoyed by the Lea-
guers at the Metliodist Church last
Friday nieht in honor of Miss La
Varna Fletcher, who is leaving t"
moke her home at Austin, Te.xas.
On the following Saturday and Sun
day, quite a number of the Leaguer,
attended the District meeting at Rule
The socials and programs were enjoy-
ed by all.
Titos, who attended from here were
Misses Mae neidlcman, Alma Lee
Abbott, Ruda llanke, Cele. tia .Bra:-
nen, Mary Grindstaff. Mr. and Mr:..
Virgil Kolb, Terrell Marcpiis T. J.
Br dleman, .i. H; l.insley, Haymoni'
Rolibins, and Macon Blackburn. On
Sunday they were joined by Rev. L
W. Baughman, Albert Baugh and s
Albert Jr., Ted Irvin, Mr. and NL .
T. E. Kriight.
A beautiful prize was offered by
the Haskell League to the chapte.
that had the largest delegation. Thi
was won by the Asperrnont Leagti
for which we feel grateful.
We oImi wish to thank Messrs T
I:!. Knight, J. H, Robertson and W. E
Lawley for helping to furnish cars.
Folio* ing is our program for next
Sunday, February 2, 1920.
Theme: Pray: and its conseouen
ces in the home, 2 Timothy 1:2-5
Acts 16:13-15. (Quiet Hour Covenant
Questions for Thought—Loader.
The Family Circle---Elvira Smith.
Secret: Prayer Mrs. Virgil Kolb.
Summing up -Rev J, W. Baughman
If you are not a member of tlx
League, we would like for you to join
us. Visitors are welcome.
The Stonewall County Singing Con-
vention will meet February 2nd at
2:30 P. M, at Old Glory, Everybody
invited, come let's have a real old
W. T. Robbing, Pros.
"Denial ■ of school aid funds to.
Stonewall county schools would a-
mount irj fH2,000 loss", said Superin-
tendent Tnainmell, "if this help i fi-
nnlly denied, as it now appc :r -at
it might o^," in a speech at :. on
Eighteen of the 26 schools in the
county receive state, aid funds and'
would be effected if these funds are
not forthcoming. It was further ex-
plained by Supt. Trammell that there
arc four classifications of the suite
aid funds. They are:
1. Supplementary aid, which i.« th<-
one most of us know of and think of
when we think of state aid. Eighteen
of the schools receive this class of aid
2. High school tuition aid; About
10 to 12 districts of Stonewall coun-
ty receive funds from this source.
3. Consolidation aid, which is given
only to consolidated schools. As per-
innnt, Swettjion and Peacock receive
help from this source.
4. Transportation aid, which isj
used by consolidated .schools to help j
defray cost of running "kid" wagons
Asperipont, Swenson and Peacock re-
ceive this sort of aid.
It was stated that all the above
funds were involved in the recent lit-
Here is how the Aspermont school
is helped by state aid funds: $600 for
consolidation, $300 for transportation,
$850 for supplementary aid, and a-
bout $360 for high school tuition,
making a total of approximately $2,-
100 from local tax money and $0,105
from stat<. and county apportionment
Beyrle Evans was a guest and ex-
pect: to Iteeomo a member. Eugene
Livingston, a member of the Asper-
mont school faculty and band direct-
or, became a member today,
Ota ranee, Stamey, M. Robertson and
Fred S, Reynold* were appointed a
committee on membership.
John Joyce and J. C. Link will have
charge of the program next week.
Mr, and Mrs. Will A. Dunwody left
Monday for St::mifoid for furthur
treatment for their daughter. Bill
A. She still does not seeir, to be get-
ting any better and it is feared thut
an operation will be necessary.
R. Hi (Bob) Payne was rushed to
'I' rnford last Friday evening for re-
i: , val of a ruptured appendix. He
is reported as doing nicely and hope
for a speedy recovery.
JUNIOR B Y. P. U.
Sunday Feb. 2, 1930
Subject: Jesus' Baptism and Temp-
John the Baptist ---Margaret Davis
Jesus Comes to John Mary Baugh
The Baptism of Je .us - -Margaret
Jesus goes into the Wilderness
— Anna Mae Gardner
The Second Temptation--Inez Aycock
Story —Beulah Mae Goodloe
Scripture Reading Hob. ' 11-16
Gets Arm Broken
Miss Ellen Reed is in the Stamford
Sanitarium for treatment of a broken
arm and dislocated shoulder caused
by falling on the ice last week.
Preaching Services at Swenson
11 A, M. and 7 P, M. Everyone be on
time for Sunday School in Peacock
and Swenson at 10 o'clock,
The Lord helping me, I shall preach
Sunday morning on "The Satisfied
Church" Scripture Lesson IOph. 5:
25-2? Text Eph. 5:18
3:40 P. M. Preaching at Brazos Val-
ley on Rom. 6:23 Subject: "Death or
We want you to worship God with
us in Swenson at 7 P. M. Subject;
"What Will you do with Jesus, who is
Called the Christ ? Scriptere Lesson
Matt. 27: 1-25. Text Matt. 27:22.
T. E. Scott, Pastor
"There is hardly anything in the world
that some man can't make a little worse
and sell a little cheaper, and the people
who consider price only, are this man's
STAR DRUG STORE
Thursday— messages from Fort
Worth to the grandparents this
morning indicate that there is lit*
tie, if any, hope for the precious
Swenson School News
The Swenson Cowboys played their
first scheduled game Monday night
at Peacock, The Peacock's were de-
feated, the scorn being 11 and 81.
The high point man was Glen Hoy
I'ot Swenson, who scored 20 points.
The Cowboys and the 'pep' squad
arrived in Pwock with a "wow" full
>f pep and kept it up all during the
Swenson'* next schedule game is
with Aspermont on Wednesday night,
January 21Rh at Swenson.
On to victory Cowboys, the town
is behind you.
Mr. and Mis. Jot1 HutUpeth and son,
L. G. of Peacock were Aspermont vis-
itors Saturday of last week.
Intermediate B. Y. P. IJ.
Sunday Feb. 2, 1930
Subject: What to Do When in Doubt
Doubt, an Old Malady —Lois Harvey
Things Which We May Doubt
- M arga ruri U< Blackshear
Some Causes of Doubt —Mary Rob-
Some Effects of Doubt —Ruby Dell
The Cure for Doubt
—W. S. Feat hers ton
Pray Each Day —Darwin Goodloe
Find Something to Do for Jesus
Mrs. N. E, Springer was hostess to
the Pastime Club and husbands on
Friday evening, January 24, at the
Show room of Joyce Motor Company
Nine tables were spread for "42"
Hot chocolate, potato chips, olives
and sandwiches were sewed to:
Messers and Mesdames E. P. Glass,
J. B. Pumphrey, D. C. Wiley, Win.
Flowers Beyrle Evans, J. W. Joyce,
R. L. Springer, W. B. Binghom, Pete
Blackshear J. G. Callaway, Clyde $.
Keen, J. H. Robertson, M. Robertson,
Raymond Evans, Clyde Boyd, ^/We*-
damets Ella Lanier, Roy Rldftel, R. A.
Comer, Misses Etta Roebuck, Tittle
Forgus and Mr. Delos CalticoattC.
HARVEY'S CA8H GROCERY
Ml I. I I 1 I .
McMEANS SERVICE STATION
See our Insured Tires before you buy.
They sell for less and are insured for one
full year against All Road Hazards.
THOS. H. McMEANS
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ilMltt . ,8riMP|g> ffi i:
We ai e in chargre of the City Meat^^ Mar-
ket, but we are ateo in your charge, and
it we faii to hav#the things that you are
in need of, then tell us, for we are always
anx-toiw to please.
We hr. ve Fresh an Cured Meats and a
quantity of staple and fancy groceries.
CITY MOAT MARKET
I.Ll Smith, Prop.
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Guest, Margaret E. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 32, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 30, 1930, newspaper, January 30, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126629/m1/1/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.