The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1936 Page: 4 of 8
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rich man's benefactions.
Some college student* spend four
years recasting education
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One cannot study while his mind
ii on a vacation.
Never make one person mad
gain the good will of another.
Pity him who want.* to live without
Aspermont and Peacock
Geo. C. Kenady Drug
Aapermont and Peacock
We have again taken over the manage-
ment of the
-—both wholesale and the retail service sta-
tion. We are now ready ot sei*ve you- offer-
ing a complete line of Petroleum Products
and a service that we feel will please you.
GASOLINE, KEROSENE, DIST1LATE,
NAPTHA, MOTOR OILS and GREASES
Your Business Will Be Appreciated
Mike Leoi.. Mgr.
WE OFFER YOU
—a fine array of meats at all times because]
we butcher only the finest of beeves we can
secure. Shap here daily for your meats. |
You'll find our prices reasonable.
Warm weather . . giving more time out-of
doors and more exercise . . . stimulates ap-
petites. But the warm weather makes it very
uncomfortable for the one who has to cook-
to feed those appetites. To remedy that sit-
uation . . . dine more regulaly at
The smoothest finds of summer are
the sl«ek swanky clothe* of ahafrk-
The snappy precision of their
tailored line*, the ability of the ma-
terial to stay smooth, t)v stunning
dull texture, and the amazingly low
price, make it your beat buy for day*
time or spectator • porta wear.
Although white sharkskin outfits
are well worth all the excitement*,
girls at Texas State College for Wo-
men, (CIA), ask that you don't ne-
glect the colored models. Pink in a
tiatterin^ clean shade makes the nitv
est of tailored clothes. There's a one-
piece number with sharp plaits in the
skirt, plaids in the shirtwaist top,
smart inverted plaits in the chest
pockets, a straigh collar and short
sleeves. This model uses deep blue
shirt studs for buttons.
Yellow, white or pink sharkskin
makes a two-piece street costume
that beats anything you can find. The
skirt is slim and tailored, with a front
plait, and the jacket has two rows
of glittering brass buttons sewed on
like the slanted dows on a hell boy's
uniform. A Roman triped fringed
silk ascot in blazing colors complete
Straight line sharkskin dresses, the
EDWARD W. PICKARO
Famous CommanUtor Who WrilM
"Weekly Newt Revirw,"
19 YEARS AGO
The following is taken from the
files of the Aspermont Star,
published 19 years ago this
On account of the shortage of
grass and the lack of water there are
lots of cattle being s|iipn"d out of
Stonewall County. Tuesday of this
week there were eleven cars shipped
old time^ classics eVer^ .f °P,>eii! from Aspermont. While the market
is not very good, the stockmen think
needs, feature yellow, white ami
aquamarine. They are different in
the collection under discussion because
of the small embroidered designs that
march down the narrow center |ianel
- tennis rackets, tiny sailboats,
horses' heads, golf clubs, each in a
ctaar strong color to contrast the dull
smooth color of the dress. A small
c!itrastinK colored silk ascot can be
tied around the narrow collar.
Never And fault because a news-
paper fails to give every scrap of
news .so long as you tak,? no pu'ns
to give the paper any information.
The average newspaper force is not
a bunch of mind readers or mediums.
They all get the news the same way
a dentist extracts a tooth—by digging
and pulling.—Donley County Leader.
COMMONLY USED KECI'T
Take one reckless, natural-mini
fool, three drinks of bad liquor, • J
a fast, high-powered motor car. Soak
tlv.' fool in the liquor, place in t&e
car and let him go. After due J me,
remove from wreckage, place >n !)i>.ck
satin-lined box and garnish with'
it more profitable to sell at a lower
price than to feed this high priced
It is a pleasing coincident that the
Ked Cross campaign for $100,000,000,
which immediately followed the con-
clusion of tlve Liberty Loan campaign,
resulted in an oversubscription to
this loan. The American people are
well ov«r 100% patriotic and well
over 100% generous.
Notice of election issued by County
.1 in I go 15. S. Tillotson to determine
whether the voters of the County-
Line Common School district No. 34,
ii vol* koods for building .in
$8,000.00 brick school building.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baugh upon
K'jceiving word that the latter's uncle,
Mr. H. F. Webb, was dead, left for
l'eacock last Thursday.
A. R. Floyd and daughter, Miss
Johnnye, and Miss Adalade Senter
mad.; ft (lying trip to Paducah one
day this week.
WRECKER SER V ICE
AUTO TOP AND BODY WORK
Installed In All Makes Of Cars
A LARGE STOCK OF USED CARS
" Priced To Sell M
VISIT ITS WHEN IN STAMFORD
We Will Be Closed
— but will be open kite night to ac>-
commodate those who cannot do their shop-
ping before the regular closing hour.
Lots of good merchandise -reasonable prices
We Appreciate Your Trade
—TO KEEP YOUR CLOTHES WELL
CLEANED, CORRECTLY PRESSED AND
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
I' PHONE i>2
HARD TO BEAT
| our values are just that, in more than
'prices. Nationally known brands of mer-
e have to meet the most rigid of tests
r_ standard requirements and we sell
to you at prices as low as quality will
them to be.
We'll Close July 4th
Bring all Bread Tickets to the
Bakery GOOD - WILL Mating;
Saturday, July llth, 1 P. M.
12 Free Passes
To the Queen Theatre will be
given away, also $1.50.
Call for Aspermont Bnead.
During the 4th you can get
Bread at Cafes.
Wishing you a Happy 4th.
Our truck is in Asper-
mont every Tuesday
Leave your bundle at
Whitaker Barber shop
or leave word for us to
call for it.
best of work and ser-
One of the Crystal's plate lunches, Your
choice of delicious meats cooked as "tender
as a June bride's kiss."
Refresh yourself with a glass of cold
milk or bottle of pop and a piece of
our delicious home baked pie.
FOR TAll.OR WORK
Suits Made To Measure
CLEANING — PRESSING L ALTERING
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
' HRHi I
Mr. Smith Is Somewhat Wrought lip!
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If It's Refrigeration -
we have it. THE VERY BEST.
PURE ICE Sanitary, Economical and De-
pendable - it satisfies. No gas odors, no
mechanical parts to go wrong, no repair bills
We deliver daily. When in need of ice. See
E. H. BAKER or PHONE 69
■ping e <sD tto «dMrhile new, out of • dntn
iraafif cmucoo is die world u «.ll •omewh<( **gu,
^ ""iP" Mr. Smith might have
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Weekly News Review
By CD WARD W. PIC HARD
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FEED.. POULTRY.. CREAM
If you are not already a regular customer,
we invite you to try the quality of our pro-
ducts together with fair treatment and
Highest cash prices for your produce
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Hudspeth, Hylton F. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 2, 1936, newspaper, July 2, 1936; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126954/m1/4/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.