The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 29, 1932 Page: 1 of 4
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Of And For Stonewall County
Aspermont, Texas, Thursday Dec. 29- 1932
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Aspermont To Stage
Aspermont Hornets will stage an
invitation basket ball toiirriftmer.it
here Saturday, December 31. Invita-
tions have been sent out to about 10
teams. Some of the teams expected
are: Rochester, Knox City, Rule,
Sagerton, New Cook, Peacock, Old
Glory, and Swenson.
Coach Gilger has not heard from
M". J. Bridges wa • unable to re-
turn from Stephenville because of an
attack of influenza.
Aline and Harold Beam have enter-
ed school in Rotan. El Reno will re-
main here until the close of the sem-
The names of Ona Mae Chcnnau.it
an d Jim Baugh should have appear-
ed last week on the fourth grade hon-
Sales of Christmas Seals amounted
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A.
rado, Texas, visited with their parents Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hart annd Mr.
and Mrs. 0. \\. Scott. Miss Louise Orr of Fort Worth vis- returned home with her
Miss Flo McCrory, who has been H. F. Grindstaff, Mary and Marion
visitinng for some time at the Ward visited with Mrs. M. M. I'irtle, San
Ranch, returned to her home at Big Marcos. Mary stopped off for a few T, n . ' '
days with friends in Abilene on her I ' ®<*rd f * <* offi-
cers u„d teachers of the Methodist
Mr. and Mrs. Louis II. Boyd
children visited in Anson.
ited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
and H. L. Orr.
return. Celestia Bronnen of Abilene Sundj,v «, , , ™ the Methodlgt
returned home with her. , , ! f W publicly lMtel-
ed at 'he morning service Sunday.
Die new church year is yet la the be*
Mr. and Mrs. J
Miss Othn Mae Hart was over from Hillie and Gladys Marie Guest of Ab-! Dr. D. L. Dodd
Abilene visiting her parents, Mr. and ilene; Mr. and Mrs. Will A. Dimwodv tives in Austin Mrs Dodd met him " 8W" wn* 19 W
' «* «'Hl Ma ;| there and returned home for a few Ja 1^, *°
Anson, visited with their pa- days. ' 10 8t0wart- to P^tor. and above all
Mr. and Mrs. Hay Carlilo and rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Guest j t0 t'K! c)lurt'h and Jbtr great fesad.
* : Mr. and Mr,. Santa C'hus made ^ tUacher's da8 ^ * tfc best
Misses Eloise and Margaret Brown themselves very welcome visitor- in ' What «•** «• «* «U1
visited in Abilene. all the home., so far as we have boon "T u perceaU«* *****
• able to learn. Many little liddies^nd J? «• «
Mr, and Mrs. C. Speck visited with big kids too, were made happv by [r JS t0'1&ente" ^ Wnr her aeeor-
their parents in Lubbock and Post. their return * ^ a"d P'ay for us"
Mrs. Chas. Hart.
! Mr. and Mrs. M. Robertson, Mr and ' , ^ ls the be-
I Mrs. Jas. H. Robertson and Jimmy J-T ^ * *** ***
Clement Guest.,1 visited in Abilene Monday year,* good time for
i>0CKl resolutions, and beginning «f bet
visited with rcla- i(>1. .
tei things, a good time to show our
all the teams, but feels confident of to $0.19 in grades and $],90 in high
enough teams for a good tournament.
The admission will be 15 cents per
game or 35 cents for a ticket admit-
ting you to the entire tournament.
daughters visited with her parent
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Goodloe.
In a government report to Mr. .Jas.
H. Robertson of this city, shows the
amounnt of cotton ginned in Stone-
wall County, from the 1932 crop prior
to December 13, to have been 17,335
bales, as compared to the same date
last year of 8,651 bales
Signed by W. M. Stewart,
The company that took photographs
of school children in November allow-
ed teachers a commission on handling
pictures. The amount, $10,SO, has
been expended on soap dispensers for sister,
grade wash rooms,
Cecil Mings, graduate of Poacocl
II. S. to son visited with Aspermont relatives, their guests, Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
drowning and son Dick, of Lubbock,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Gibson visit
Mr; and Mrs. Morris Hicks of Stain
ford were guests in the home of her
Mrs. G. I'.'. Ay cock and family.
Mr. Louis Porter
born March the 1st
He was married to Miss Lizzie Rog-
ers in January 1894. To this union
six children were born, ftnn of wno
still live. Those living are: Mrs. Noah
Blair, Weatherford; Mrs. Larry Mel I,
Strong City, Kansas; one son at I il-
He, La. and one at Eldorado, Ark.
Bro. McDonald was a fai'hful chris
tian and a member of the Baptist
church for many years. He was con-
verted at the a go of twenty-one years
Funeral services were conducted by
his pastor, W. T. North, at Double
Mountain where he was hurried Dec-
Messers ishimic) Hahti. i ionel Yar-
borough, Jelly Irvin, Horace Soiith-
erland, Hershal Hic'-'man. anrl Geo, P.
Finley, Jr., spent the week end in
Mr. and Mrs. Bud N.orris and fam-
ily visited inn Swenson.
Mr. and Mrs. II, II. Shadle and fam-
ily visited with Mrs. Shadle's parents
Have You A Date?
Eat with us anyway
But we reserve tables
for you if dated ahead
THE CITY CAFi:
Jack Smith, Prop.
High School , is entering A.
attempt to accredit his high
Mr. C. F. Cook, superintendent of e<i Abilene relatives.
Peacock School, was a visitor here
Mrs. Louis Boyd, Mrs. V. C. Ilol-
! ley. and Mrs. Herman Sliadle were
: assembly visitors.
j The program for Wednesday was
McDonald was Playlet: "Tom's Joke"
I860. Died in j Characters:
| Tom Jim Baugh
, Aunt Emma —Ona Mae Chennault
I Mary —Mary Jo Stewart
Sen ,- by the School
Flay let: "Health Tnni"
Judge •—Gene Shadle
Bailiff —;Peggy Gholson
Others - Jessie If.-' 1'n rot' .,i
Bawh. Mitt if Petty, Sa!i\ /.i.li.jf
• : ' by the School
"Lil' I iy.a Jane" -):'o -:, L ;■
llermona Shadle of Texas
Elouiso Dunwody of Ta'-letou, ; ..a.
last year's A. H. S. champio:ish p
team, were interested during their
visit liuino in calling in some of their
old team mates to challenge the pres-
ent high school girls for a game <>■;
Wednesday evening. Nell It-Tin
Rachel Davis, Nadine ilulini:, and
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Abbott of An- Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Austin had as M. ROBERTSON ENTERTAINS
Mr. Frank Turner, IJotan, Miss Louise
Turner, Rule, Sunday.
-''I! ef his faimly enjoyed Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chennault and together. All the children came b„,„.
.family vjsitofi. Rulo rolativos,
, ' Mrs. Geo, (.'only and two sons vis-
Mi. ... H. Laker and daughter Er- itod with relatives in Fort Worth
nestine visited with relatives in Stam-
Reps-csentatives of th.. nine J'.. B.
Spencer Lumber yards in this district
were entertained here Tuesday even-
with rela- big witii bsuiquct at the City Cafe, by
local manager, M. Robertson. Among
those enjoying this occasion were:
A. G. Yeats and Dick Nelson, Waco
•L K. Brady and W. C. Pratt, Stam-
ford; Roy Edmunds, Anson; Paul Bry
an. Jno. Green and Robert Harlan,
Hamlin; r.en Barnes, McCauley; Bill
! Thompson, Sylvester Milburn Thomp-
| s®, I.ongwortb; K. H. Jones, Wein-
Mr. W. H. Wright and daughter l'rt • Walter Roberts, Haskell; Jas. H.
went to Stamford. Mr. Wright said; Robertson, arid the hast,
: Mr. Robertson stated, Uu.it in the
business session, his yard here com-
par's favorably ",vith those from other
Charlie Tunnel visited
fives in Stamford.
Misses Sarah and Nora Hudspeth
oi Rule visited with relatives in As-
permont and Peacock.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Pearson and
sons visited with her mother in Swen
Mrs. J. R. Higgles and children vL
■ 'ted wth her parents in Goree. Hi
lr. and Mrs, Houston Ward and mother rGturned home with them.
Pe-li and ><>!l vsited with Mrs. Ward's sister,
Mrs. McCrory, at Lie' Lake. Mi«o M,, o . ,
miss Mae Dell Scroggins visited
1 with Stamford friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Em Wright and Miss
Jo Bullock spent a day last week in Mr. Roy Riddel of Lubb e>; spontj
^l0'" th(> week-end with the home folks.
Here's For A
Mr- Cil-er were other
Ruth Hickman, Em st'no II Tin"',
Eva Moore, Mar-ei • H!.- ■
Leon a Street and Rosa Lee Forgus
represented the vht '
Score: 2G Town; 12 School.
We are expecting a great service
because we are expecting you.
If you read this announcement tell
some one about it
J. C. Mann.
Swenson, Texas Jan. 8, 1988
10.00 A. M. Devotional, Sidney Co*
Song and Prayer
10:20 Associational Missions
A. S. Holme*
10:15 Peculiarities of Baptict
W. T. North
Song and Preyer
11:15 Sermon, Rev. Rodgers
3:30 Talk, Mr. Holmes, Abilene, Tex.
2:15 Our Ca-opemtive Program
Song and Prayer
3:00 Inspirational, O. L. Dennis
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for Friday December 8Mb el
high noon, the arrival «T fbtvfe Mos.
: less Cakes for N w Y«an.
NEW YEAr'cREETINCS —
A very hearty wish ttay. Jisppinest
and prosperity may be ymm ttavugji
the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. Chan. p. Cribs®
Miss Margaret Herring who teacbc;
in Abilene i-1 with her mother and sis
ters during holiday vacation.
wish - -
, Silt neve - have we expressed it with
| greater sincerity. Happy New Year . . .
folks! Health, Contentment and Better
..may all three be your? in 1933.
Shampoo and Finger Wave
pi.ICKEKS and passes out.
year is gone. Voice no regrets tat
look ahead to the New Year.
Here's hoping it is genenms with UPfc
many blessings for everybody.
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Guest, Margaret E. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 29, 1932, newspaper, December 29, 1932; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126778/m1/1/: accessed January 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.