The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1934 Page: 2 of 6
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MARSHALL FORMBY, "R.
Entered aa second claH« mailer
the act of Mar h 'A, i HV:>
at (he posloffice at Aspert
nont, Texas, under
*1.50 per yei r
Advertiainc Hates gluiily "upoii applicuii'm.
Any «rron«out) refit?> ii< n uin.a
person or firm, which may •
corrected upon tin*- tiotice ot
ll>.- chnracior, stmtdinK or reputation of any
•.«r in tiif columns oi the Star, will be
,tt beittK Kiven '<• e*lilor.
NOW DOT'S CKT STARTED
Stonewall county citizens did mighty fine
work last Saturday when they approved the
$50,000 bond and thus ma<!o it possible for
highway 18 to be paved very soon. Phe Star
is proud of the splendid vote viven the bonds.
There s hould be no delay in getting the
work started. Stonewall pcopk need wor c
and the highways w: ! provide lots ot it. F1 1
sooner the pavin.v' g-.-'.s started, the belt* r
it will be for the county.
it should be remembered that some migli' /
fine men voted again si nore bonds Satin-
day. but now that they are approved, lets
ail work together for tee good of the county
and get the wort; Parted as soon as possible.
The Star is of i!.i opini-in : hai approval ('l
the bond last Saturday was one o! the most
progressive steps eve: nevvall
The Star is proud o! Saturday's election.
Now let\s get :ui good work started
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Your friend, the
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ty tomorrow, wittiii! a < ■
Cross Oi ; e oea is- •
doctora g lite
clothing, ieve \
We roust ee'
Red. Cross .. .
helps t;H' p-
that does its gi e.
hours after do- v.
fires, floods, a: • ;
people neon relic i
Red Cross that is prt pared o :..:cp in and give
that quick r, pig'.
When a k.' d, ■ r ■ ;e jve calls on
\ou duntr. ■ o ieo.' -, (!• -ii t turn a
deaf ear. Deeg ;o . < . j-e- saving
your money ee-.i. .. : e;k ne.iv, because
fifty cents ot i-;.u - uur spent jor Red ( ross
r.iittons remain m .t w-u ;iy. Most of tins
for !oedical purpose
Bu; a but!on. (>■'' a dmee- wit a t h< hope
; hat litis county was - e\ t-r have to call on tlit*
Red Cross for help but with the assurance
that should we cab. ■ ' : riend,; i.e Ked ross,
would be is. s e. n ■ . oonrs.
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ONE IS N id ,1 >1.1) NOW
Texas von. ss last v.- indicated thai they
are tired trying to pug . up the iexas con-
stitution and as a o d! wrneU. thumbs down
on. every o!se oi :
i ime is ; ;po lags:
W'uen the consio:
ten !nore t san ! *'y *■
the dovelopcfi state it
bout ail the wealt h
from tliat day urn ;
has been overdone n
The poor iantlowiu
and all : e owners - :
out the . oney to i
with not es and Iks ■
sions help spend e
can remedy all tie■ fa
< )ur present con•
ii\en' ill 1ts da,>. 1 *
its d a \ i i a e\ i."'
to write a new ten,
, es an end.nents. I he
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inn ' i ! >.as was writ
. ng e Texas u as not
is . iw. Its lane 1 was a-
a<! ■1 ei >; i se(| u ently
'son • i" i i. id i 'St ale
,: a:siiig I'eveUe for the
gc ' i>wn iio ne owner
a ,tf e a-.'11 o torK
a11 , w;ah/ those
■a ma r ais p- ssos-
1; a ;,ew const ii m ion
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o■ . 1 "as (; great sh>cii-
. • : us and liueg>.
gad!;- we wili h.ave
a >>i Now is a good
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Some people pi e i at a r< a < ' tors
hide from the pa.--
You Will I'roiit by Read-
ing the Ads in t.his issue
of the STAR.
(8v HiiV r B ^naWATKB. O D-
Member of fucnlty. Moody Bltl®
luutitutt Of ClUOftSO.)
O. Wn^toin N«wspft|>«r Union.
Lesson for November 18
THE CHRISTIAN AS A CHURCH
Oul-iHHN TKXT—For w r maa-
bora of bit body, ot hla flash, and Of
his tionos.—Epheolana 1:10.
I . IMAHY TOPIC—Praising Ood IB
JUNIOR TOPIC—What It Maani to
Ba a Church Uambtr.
lNTKRMKDIATE AND KNIOR TOP-
IC—Why Join tha ChurchT
YOU NO PEOPI.K AND ADULT TOP-
IC—Learning From tha Early Church.
The two Scrlpturo text* aoloctod by
the !«* scio commltteo ro not quite of
the same Import. The one from Matthew
ha a to do with the relation ot Christ's
illsclplea to the world, especially hla
diBclp'es as member* of the Messianic
kingdom. The so-culled Sermon on til*
Mount, from which this unit Is taken,
seta forth the law* which will obtain
In Christ's kingdom. This should beree-
o(tni/.e«| In strictness of interpretation,
nlille at the same time these vital
truths liuve a definite relation to the
members of Christ's body. There Is a
close connection, however, since Jeans
< 'M l-it is the center In both cases. In
the first, be I* the relgnlnK King, and
In the second, the Head of the organ-
ism called the Church.
I. The Relation of Christ's Disciples
to the World (Matt. 5:13 10).
The disciples are to Uve such Uvea
us will enlighten, purify, and preserve.
The responsibilities of the subjects ot
the kingdom sre set forth under the
figures of salt, light, ami a city.
1. "Ye are the salt of tbe earth" (v.
IS). Suit arrests and prevents tbe
progress of corruption. Three proiier-
ties are outstanding: a. Penetrating,
b. Purifying, c. Preserving
As salt, tbe dlsclj<les of Christ should
penetrate, purify, and preserve soci-
ety. The Chrlstlsn should not go Into
seclusion: he should remain In tbe
world, but not be a part of It.
2. "Ye are the light of the world" (v.
M). bljdit Illuminates and warms. Its
gift Is guidance; The world In which
the Christian Bvee Is cold and dark.
Many are the pitfalls and snares set
by tbe devlL Christians should so live,
should se let their light shine, aa to
prevent the unwary one* from falling
8. "A city set on a hill" (v. 14). By
a city Is suggested a governments! snd
Social order. Christian character and
service should be Mich as to give the
Influence of the hlll-llfted city. Chris
tiaulty iis not Intended to be hidden.
II. The Chrlstlsn Church an Evan-
gelizing Agency (Aits 2:41).
It Is not «i,toiii;h tlutt believers should
receive the life of <!od and enjoy the
blessings of bis grace, but they should
evangelize the world. The Qreut <"obi
mission (Mutt. 2S : 1S--VI makes It clear
that d'.Tlples should he made of all the
miUoos, iinii that such disciples should
b« baptized and then taunht to ren-
der obedience unto <!od. K Is charac-
teristic of a suved man that he pro-
claims tbe salvation enjoyed to these i
who are lost. The unmlKtaknhle proof j
; of the experiencing of the life of God |
| la that the |p""1 news Is being pro-
III. A Portrait of the Primitive
Church (Acts 2:42-47).
1. They continued In the apostles'
doctrine ( 4"). instead of belag
- taught by the scribes* they were new
| taught by new teachers, tbe spostles
2. They continued In fellowship
around Christ their Head (v. &)
The "breaking of bread" Illustrated
tbe oneness of believers lo Christ.
S. They continued In prayer (v. 43).
1%4 Ideal church Is a praying church.
4. They "were together" (v. to.
They sere together because they were
baptised by the Holy Spirit Infn the
•ne body, of which CJirtst was Read
(I <>>r 12:18). The oneneaa of this
body was symbolised by the breablng
5. They had community of goods (w.
44. 4T>) They wild their pnaaesalona
and good*, and parted them te all roe a.
as every man h.id need. This proved
that they wer* under the power of tbe
Holy Spirit, that Is, thst the snper-
nstirsl was being manifested: for It
Is not natural to abandon one's title I
& They were filled with gladness and
slagleoeaa of heurt (v, 4<l) All those
wbo have hsd tbe ssperlenee of tbe '
Bfs of Ood being poured Into them sre
filled with prslse. snd grstltods most -
7. "Fsvor with sll the people" (t.
47) Such unsolCshnees gslaed the st-
tentlon of ths people. Inducing tbes*
to yield themeehee to Oo^l. and thus
Qod adiled unto tbetn dstly snefi ss Orel
being ss ed
Let ns not forget thst "tlfcrlol slso
loved the rhurrh. and gste Mmeelf tor
It thst It should he holy sod
German Remedy Stops
"For 80 years 1 had s bad stomach
and constipation. Souring food ffom
stomach chocked me. Since taking
Adierika 1 am a new woman, Consti-
pation is thinir of the past."—Alice
Most remeiiie* reach only lower
bowel. Tliai is why you must take
hem ot't"." l'.ut tiiis simple German
vmouy Adierika w&she >ut ISO'l H
pper ami lower bowel. It brings out
.ill ir:is ami rid^ you of poison you
would never believe was in your sys-
tem. liven the FIRST dose will sur-
i.i*it-e you. STAR DRUG STORE.
H F (vRINDSTAF '
AHKERMONT. TSS AS
See STEVE MILLER
-before selling your turkeys. We offer
highest market prices
RED and WHITE STORE
GOOD. AND ECONOMIC Al. TOO
Peacock & Rash
The l*'d and White Store-
We are now prepared to serve you and
your club a first class luncheon in our up-
stairs apartment. The Aspermont Luncheon
club meets at our cafe every Tuesday.
The next time you want to serve your club
or a party of friends, come to our special ar-
ranged apartment. You'll enjoy being served
■ K. !>. BI NKLEY, M. D.
5 I AI.I AS SOUTHAKO. M. D.
a y K. HUDSON. M. .. F. A. t f
■ internal Med'ine
5 |.. K. METZ, M. D.
B Surgery-Gen. 1 ractice
Stamford | 'f
School of Nvrs'ng
0 £ 1 T 1IKAK H. CULP
dtamtora, (l CX®# laboratory Technician
>1. WHITLEY CO( ZK, R N A K tt C
Director of Nursing
JANE BROWN. K. N.
AttNKS HANSON. R. N
V. L. BI STER
business Ma ..g*r
KTHEL FLEMING, R. N.
Specials For Saturday
One Lot Ladies Hose, Munsingwear. reg.$l for 69c
Pool Pants, (Special
Pool Shirts, i Special
Mens Work Shoes, Reg. $2.45 $1.95
Mens Heavy Ribbed Unions
Ladies Rayon Panies Munsingwear
Mens Suede Cloth Jackets,
llovs Suede Ooth Jackets
Boys Suits, 2 Pants
The Real Gad
To ■<>me p tp:e is lii# (rest
terrible Oo<1. Their souls sre tiled
with see st the th<<u*ht uf
tke;i ."T w'th Jseoi,. "Ho dreadful la
• Ms plsee." To otli.-rs he IS a Ood ef
gentleness, merry, s Fnfher fhst [iltl-
eth his fhiMren. S IVnr.s. i.-r sut] fa-
s I : Bleached Sheeting, Saturday Only
I here often thoufht thst Ike be
ef ikrtstisns sre ftviml to the worst
tloios John Bun j mi.
BAY ANT-LINK CO.
So we hat
ate the tr
and try to
and see oi
line. We 1
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visit our ]
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Formby, Marshall, Jr. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1934, newspaper, November 15, 1934; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126870/m1/2/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.