The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1967 Page: 2 of 6
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Old Glory News
By JUDY WHITE
Mrs, Bono Ilerttenberger en-
tertained the Vanet\ Club in her
home on Tuesday of last week.
Nine members and twi visitors,
Mrs .Tillie Dippel and Mrs. Adele
Dudensing, were present. After
the business meeting the group
played games ol' 81 and Bridge.
Mrs. Charlie l.etz will be hos-
tess for the next meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy True of
Abilene spent the weekend here
visiting her mother and sister
Mrs. Norrnanda Sandei and Judy.
Mrs. Tim Jennings and daugh-
ter of Amarillo aie here visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mr-.
T. R, Sawyers, and Tim's parents
Mr. and Mrs, T. VV. Jennings
while Tim is attending special
school in Houston.
Roy Wienke of I.ubboek spent
several days here last week
visiting his mother Mrs. \V. 0.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Let.z and
Freddy of Haskell spent Sunday
here visiting his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Let'/, and attended
church here Snnd:i\ morning.
Visitors in I he H. L. Boles
home last Sunday included .Tune
Askins, Stanley Key. Francell
Boles and Kddie Howarton all of
Olis Macon of Rule spent Tues-
day ot last work here visiting iti
the homo of his sister and her
husband. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
Mr, and Mrs. Carlton Pierce
and daughters, Debbie and He-
nice, we'llt to Colorado C'itv hist
Sunday to visit in the home of
another daughter anil her hus-
band, Mr and Mrs. Tommy Let,',
•Tunis Houseworth. s'ttdent at
San Angelo College. was home
last weekend visiting I;.s** parents
Mr. and Mrs. i.os Houseworth,
Light rains it'll over the com-
munity Sunday night and Mon-
day bringing much needed mois-
ture for the small grain, but also
stopping those who were gather-
in-: their cotton.
Mrs. Bill Tipton lias returned
home from De.iton where she
spent a number of days with her
j daughter, Mrs, Pat Buser who
was recovering from surgery.
Mrs, Buser is 'ported to be well
enough now to leave the hospi-
tal. Mrs. Tipton entered the
Stamford hospital last Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Spitzer
and Chad of Canyon were here
last weekend visiting their par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Spit-
zer and Mr. and Ms. J. E. Flow.
thf: aspermont star
ASPERMONT, TEXAS Tlll'liSIUY \OY •> |«)t!7
Notes From Peacock
! Phoenix Club to
i Mc?ei Today
by TMq Crocket
Bv Mrs M F Childress
Mr. and Mrs
win visited his
in Dallas re-
J. 3. SMITH
3C8 E. 4th St. Ph. 735-3290
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carr of Ros-
well New Mexico and Mr. flVid
Mrs. Jack Thomas of Odessa
visited their mther Mrs, H. E.
Carr last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hudspeth of
Hamlin visited Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
Flowers Monday night.
Mrs. J. F. Newman, her sister
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Thomas of Odessa and their broth
cr and wife. Mr and Mrs. Tipton
C Carr. of Roswell. N. M. at-
tended their brothers funeral at
Mr. and Mrs. Daltn Gill and
son, Mitch, spent last week end
visiting their parents near Big
J Funeral services for Herbert
1 Maynnrd Carr were held Friday,
Oct. 2" in Sacred Heart Church
in Palestine, Texas, and inter*
. ment was there
Mr Carr was born in Stonewall
County on Oct. -t, 1.902, and was
reared in the Old Glry area. His
parents were M s and Mrs. H. E.
He married lirnmie Lea Fonts,
who survives him. Other survi-
vors are one son. i.t, Col. Herbert
Maynard Carr 11 of the U.S. Air
J Force: two daughters, Mrs. Har-
i old Williams, Tulsa, Okia. and
Merry Nell Car- of the home; !
four grandchildren and one great 1
■.i;i<i son In- mother. Mrs. If. K. '
Fresh cranberries are on stage, now through December. Fresh ■ •
or canned or frozen . . . tangy cranberries can play a feaiute
role m almost any meal. You can spark a breaklast with an-
berry juice or cranberry mullins . . . add zest to Uuu-heon wwh
■with cranberry sauce, whole or jellied . . . make dinner mee.y
ditferent by using fresh cranberries in a stultii:- or dres.".ng.
That ruby red color and unique ilavor is r.ghl tor desserts, too.
Try cranberry sauce, hot or cold, over vi.nilla ice eream, An I
some cool evening soon, surprise the family with this hot podding:
2 cups Hisquick.
1 cup sugar
3 tablespoons incited
% cup inilk
2 cups whole cranberries
(fresh or frozen)
Heat oven to 350°. Crease and
flour a square pan, 9xf)>;2
inches. Mix Bisqiiick, sugar,
shortening, milk and egs. Beat
vigorously '• : minute. Fold in
cranberries. Pour into prepared
pan. Bake about 45 minutes or
until nicely browned. Invert,
immediately onto plate. While
warm, cut into squares; servo
with hot Butter Sauce I below).
9 to 12 servings.
Butter Sauce: Combine Vs cup
butter, 1 cup sugar and ;r< cup
light cream in saucepan. Cook
over low heat, stirring cou-
; stantly, until smooth.
YWA's of 1st Baptist
Cubes or j e 11 i e d cranberry
sauce add color to chicken
salad. And for a special lunch-
con or club supper, try this
1\1 AltSllMAl.I.OW SALAD
3 bag (1 pound) fresh ^
3 package t10 ounces) ^
J can (I pound 4 ounces) m.
J cup whipping cream, 'St'fy]
, Vhi,,,",a —>$M
• cup sugar • \ ij'ttvi.:1
1 cup chopped nuts
Grind cranberries. Mix' in re-
maining ingredients. Pour into
a P . -quart, mold. Refrigerate
overnight, for a soft, gelatin-like
salad or freeze 5 hours. Un*
mold and. if desired, garnish
with greens. It) to 12 servings.
All - V. A. G. ill way has a cafe
open in Peacock now ! he men at
tile -tin are
•> e to oat.
■ujovitig having a
Mrs Scarlet Bryan and sons,
Clod Tun and Tonit are visiting
their '..l andiuotlicr this week and
:Hen their father will come and
take litem back home to Okla-
homa City. They are visiting Mr.
and Mrs, Joe Ktdd.
Mrs. Bonnie McDowell visited
i i \ ,m k i i Hi i• iva11 tlitiitii; room
| at I'r.i.'iei ' .
,I• ■ i , •; I)oro|li\' Foil and
j Nancy 1 ><o■ :!.« w ill present the
| I :i "1 . . i ' rami:;-. Wi nnen el
■ I e\,'is".
Ilosli - ••• are ( lover lice :e,
I Mlio I), 'bv (111 I Neva Phillip ,
Carr, one bro iler, Tipton C. j
(..'an Roswoll N M three sisters |
M r .1 ack I'll ■ n a < Jdessa. Tex-
,1: .1 Newman, Old j
< tlorv: M: 15 M, mper, An- j
: !11 1 ;i ..i• Ma.kii,
America's favorite! Come in loday rind see for
yourself why love!;; Dr.'; rl flor.t! by Franciscan
Harllienvv ire is (he most popular design ever
created in Airm-man itinnervvare. This exquisite
hand-decoraled, embossed p itleni is completely
safe in your oven and dishwasher... won't, ever
fade or craze. V -a <.in add to your basic service
anytime ... over «>.* accessory items. SI art your
Desert Rose colleelioti loday with a lfi-pie e
Starter Sc I for only $ Ior a service for 8 at
Holiday Flower & Gift Shop
MRS. CALVIN LAWRENCE
PHONE 1681 ASPERMONT
The Y.W A.'s of the First Bap-
tist Church had their first weekly
meeting on Octobhei 2-4, 19ti7, in
the high school library.
The following members were
elected to offices. President,
Sharon Phillips; Vice-President
Karen Pascall: Secretary, Deb-
bie Gardner; Program Chairman,
Barbara Jean Howell: Community
Missions, Brenda Foil: Mi-don
Study, Linda Wagsoner: Steward-
ship Chairman, Judy McDowell;
Music. Sue King and Belinda
Gauntt: Prayer Chairman, Vickie
Barnetl: Social Chairman, Ana
Kiddell and Sherry Teague and
Publications, Rita Gardner,
The next meeting will be in the
home of Mrs. Martha llarrell at
5:00 pan, November G.
Anyone from Sophomore ace to
Senior age is invited to attend.
\ good program i- planned.
Tax Man Sam Sez:
REFUNDS ARE NICE
Apparently filing a (ax return
w a -ai t a - bad a : as I as most t ;i\-
pa.vers churned here in Northern
fe\a. Sixty-five percent of the
taxpayers tiling individual income
tax returns during 10(57 got a re-
fund. The computer rolled out
987,000 refund checks amounting
to more than $137 inillin, Brother,
that's a lot of dough.
Book Club Meets
In Webb Home r
The Book Club met on Monday
evening', October 23rd in the
home of Mrs. Owen Webb, Myrtle
Common- was hostess for the
Mrs. Km W'rigii! reviewed the
book "Kverything But Money,"
by Sam Levenson.
"Kverything But Money" is the
deli-.'.htful story of Mr. Leven-
son \s family and his boyhood
spent in a tenement section of
New York City. It was presented
in a vci > interesting manner by
Members who attended were
AHon Martin, S'i.aa Gibson. Mar-
"ie I ."it. Dana .Varan. Frances
Davis, Jo Ann Mitchell, Sally
Wright and Myrtle Commons,
Webb and Mrs Rill Dim-
woody were guest-, for the review.
Use The Stcr
Turkey Heads List
Of Nov. Plentifuls
College Station -What's Novem-
ber to you'.1
It could be time of Thanksgiv-
ing. homecomings and holidays.
And it could also be a time lo
sharpen up your food buying
Take a tpiick glance at what is
available in the way of plentitul
food-. Turkeys are a featured
item this month, says the Texas
\ a iculi ural Kxtension Si rv ice.
Other plentiful foods include
broilers, pork, | olatoes. grape
juice and dry split peas.
November turkey i .arketings
art exoected to run about '1 per
cent above the same month la!
year, according to the lT .S. De-
partment ol Agriculture, Storage
stocks ae well above a year ago.
Vou'll find just the right si/e
turkey IVr your family -whether
the occa. ion is 'I'hanksgiving or
Look for lots of broilers, too.
The price should be "right" on
these family pleasers.
Pork moving under federal in-
spection increased 0 percent dur-
ing Sep)ember, and averaged 11
percent above Ifliiti, So add ham
to \ our Thankss'e. it: • menu.
Although down slightly from
las', year'; record crop, potato
I produc'inn for lie fall should be
aound 1.2 percent abovi averauc.
Needless to say tin re'lj be plen-
ty of potatoes!
Grape juice -applies have risen
to the largest in 1" years What a
time to enjoy this favorite frail
Production of dry edible peas
i estimated at 11 percent above
last year And what a perfect
time November is for tasty split
: Tile I'hoeiiiv ("lib will nn , 1
with her son and lamilv Mr. and ■]■;,,,,.. (i,IN \ . 11 if ■ r :'nd ;t| |
Mr I )avid McDov el! in Miilene
,lorry Moblcv is in the bos-
pital sitfleing Irom an a thaiua
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Childres-
vtsitod their paients Mr. and
Mrs. M. F, Childress. They reside
in Plains icw.
J, W. North is in the ho.-pilal.
We wish mm a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mr,. Jessie Work of
Southland vi.-died Mr. and Mr.-.
W, J. Patterson over the week
Mr Billio Bert Mullens was a
visitor in the home of Mrs An-
Menu for November (! -■ 10
Mud ay Steak linger,, new pota-
toes. green peas, lettuce tomato
salad and sced!e-,s grapes,
Tuesday ■ Macaroni with cheese,
blaokcyed peas, sbeed beet cab-
bage salad and li osted i eke.
Wednesday Turkey and d res'-in g.
gibbet gravy, green beans, cran-
berry salad and puddiie'.
Thursday -- Mexican plate, beans,
■spinach, fluffed 'ice and cobbler.
Friday - - Hamburger/?. potato
ehio>. leltuce lomatoc -. cookiis.
All meals set ved with eithi r
hi it rolls or corn bri .id, butter
sweet and choenlate iv.i'k.
('ol) ■ e S.at ton I <i!"r weath' •
on ; - e-. appet i'es and th ■-, nia\
l.i,■ a , j11• e on your family tone
Ir.ul-.'i-' 1. ■'< s some tuarketin
I, j 11. Is :p -: retch those I'm ;
dollar'. 111 m Gw ( htlolvue < 'lyai ■
l--., :en cotMomer marketin
^leeialist Wll'i Texas A\s\l I'n
At ni' a! remit ■ rs look for best
1 values on I round steaks and
u: t- a ill and blade pot ro;e •
and steaks ground beef, port,
sbouh.le ro:e.|s a I'd steaks, end •
cut pork chops bacon, satis,-r.
and r rh 1 i\ > ' Fi .vers remain
bargain in im ■■( meat jlepar'
metits: frown turkeys are selbn
a' rea enaMe prices, and grade
\ bo e ',:,*e eg .:- continue to of-
fer life .greatest quality and
oceeom v comI iiti'd ion.
I- res I i (-id! a1 \'ege(able if em ;
| in eood sotmlv at economic i'
| •e-iee-.; g 1:id apple-:, banana,?
• To'-: . er use- or: i. 'es, cabba
j rii ■ \ ,.'iov onion carrots, ■.
idsn!s, ■' potatoes bend lel-
; IK I e.i- •':' 1, v. ■•'• efita'oes, n 111'
t ird e"'! i'''ls and I uruin greet: .,
Added Exercise Equipmenf
exercssc for good healrh
and !ose inches while you do
One Person 7,50
One Family 10.00
30 Minuses .50
Week End Va
SHOULD SHE SPEND
'' OH YOUR FUNERAL?
tUJd lom«liiiri9 happen
you, your vddox tray have to
aiKtr queitian. it's « ler.
t.b'e question, because ovnneno.
frental jpenalr.J ten bring finan*
C at froublCt
YOU can «ntw«r 1^0 quesKort
NOV/, $lmply eheclr into ih
Union Security Plan of adequa'c
■fur.ara! pfoiecfion, Po'iciet a-®
«vaiiab' In amounfi up to >1,000.
Mail the coupon below, right no«.
| 1,11 "' mjt.-n fill tr-0 r
ii-bot) Pi jo you fo.omrnond.
MY AOS •
Biscuits 3 CANS 25
iA'dwiW i git^-TgaiSK'-yaysag
Alcohol 2 -o, 25
GOLDEN - SOLIDS 1 POUND
aigqiy^i'fnrr.wtgwtf >\>m. i iri-aw;h mr* jtmum
PACIFIC GOLD F! ! ERTA
2! 2 CAN
Jack's Food Market
Wc Give S&H Green Stamps-Double on Wednesday With £7 50 P. r-ha'c
Phone 2381 '
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The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1967, newspaper, November 2, 1967; Aspermont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth127974/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.