The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 28, 1927 Page: 1 of 6
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Of And For Stonewall County
Aspermont, Texas, Thursday, Apr. 28ch. 1927
MOTHER'S DAY —
A complete shipment of Mother's Day
\| Candy has just arrived. Come in and select y «
5 your box and we will mail it out for you al g
g the proper time.
THE ASPERMONT DRUG CO.
Fresh and (-ured Meats
Staple and Fancy Groceries
THE CITY MEAT MARKET
R. L. SPRINGER, Prop,
WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU
STAR DRUG STORE
Dealers ii Drugs and Drug- Sundries §
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nave our 5ale on,
have until we move out
We have sold iots of goods ;>ut we still have then to sell as we are receiving New goods every
day. We. ire making special price i'or cash on cotton chopping hoes.
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The school was saddened because of
the <leath on Tuesday of little Billy Tbo Cainp Fire C'rl. v:i •• ;
Hudson, who has been a lo\alde men «wl ' I'he Call of V, . lo" ' ti
bei- of the first grade class. Qu i 11 ''heat .'■! day a ■ 1 i)>ril 1
Hazel Stafford was operated on at 11 •• ' a .'x>i v.. « :
the Spur Sanitarium last Friday. She ■ Mary Adt: e . a 1
is reported to be recovering at an en- Sir V do At a Mae Co
con: aging iate. ; Blu'-bud .Maj ; et Lou
I.oyd Marr, who suffered an aecl-! Wa1: V\ a . T ••• Hei ne
dent las', week write.-, from the Mere 1 • Sih a Emelyi I ink
Hospital that he is enjoying eating, Di.j .' the .
sleeping-, and reading. He did not re- ■ !' -m l a Y-rne Goodk«
port his feelina on havin; to sneru Emily - - Laura Mae Fox
so long i, bed. Cot tance Celestia Hrj -n
Aubra, Nona, and Cleta Irvin, Allen Dorothy .Vadint Long
Jones, Mary Vdelle Smith, Fred So: '' '' 'Hot Doe' QuarteUi ', and Delia jjj
ter are among those who have return- Mont ornery fu":ii-hod the -ntertain *•
ed to school after illne.s.-. Lawson , me: I" tw a ;■.<
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K X T T? A S P E C I A L S A I) \) E !>
\' i: Hi';' .'.olorf d d -'ec.F linen 75c value 50.
,r.-.t o i>pe.(-i ,pr suiting 50c value
3 yds. for $1.00
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' iiv-b fp'' color percale
The ^irls made 512.25 dear.
SI) far till eXD"ll
and Ida Mae Hart and Georgia Me
Ph<-rson are still out. j !>ro-.'eeds w
Mrs. Blanche Jordan spent one camp.
morning of last week visiting Grade 1.' V>e wish to thank tlio.-e whe i< •!•>. d
I.orene Russell, Johnnie Trammel, u~ in anyway.
and Margaret Long have received cert Gu. riiian.
l'ficates for making 100 perfect 1 son
A p- F;
I X \ I T E D
The faculty enjoyed the day Sun-
da; in thi home of Mr. and Mi T.
H. Lee. A delicious dinner, pic: ty i. '
;• tin music, and other pleasures mad ■ ''hoei.ix I lub >ocial a
the day pass very happily. ' ' ' ' -:"b.
A : ni don 50 cents
Junior boys played bast ball at 'in; y. •• ' "fr-'in M: at
Valley View last Friday. II ". N' .nh t I'ryant-Idnk Co., or from Mi
went with the bo\s and ump:-"d t1 e i -..aidy a' Gu . i & Dunv. od;
game. Score was 15 to !' in favor of I "coed; for Phoenix Club Room
We are very proud of our Jr. bo.a, (;H1, , |j . ; uv
as they have not lost a aam< th's SJamfoid
lacues cnnarens nais $2.45
('no lot Crep.1 & Georgette dresses
(.Mew Spi'in.'r r:"«lsc ) -15 00 value for $10.95
Buy a Set of Decorated Plates and get a
Set of Cups and Saucers FREE
, I, , !os .li < . /.suit b" paid in IQ-
"( o e <ui with the crowd and bring the
I 'm ' "ty- -r
! ri our issue of March 24th an item
a.a icared in the Guest and Dunwody
Fotu column ad of Men's Athletic
Frdons, H. V. D's. The fact is this
company does not carry li. V. D.
llrand of goods. We are making this
correction in justice to the Company
■■ho put out these goods, to tho."o
i'j sell them and to the public in
ueneral, that all concerned may be
protected and assure you it was not
int aided to mislead any to infringe
on th" rights of anyone.
New Two Story Brick
Building Going Up
Work on the two story brick build-
ing for the Variety Store is progress-
ing nicely. The walls of tke second
story are getting well under way.
Hear Atticus Wehh ! Stonewall Association
One day only. Monday May 2,
PERMANENT WAVE $8.00
WIS! h: -l two operators.
Mrs. Will A. Dunwody
!" Atticu- Webb o!" the Aid: Sa-
looa l.ea" ie will be in A a-mont
Monthly night, Ma; You II
Lo bear him speak even laouah you
; ii• ii a ie< with all he . ays.
M rs. Bert Mullen Dies
,\lt Myrna Klsie Mullen dietl in
Stamford last Friday and tl re
mains were taken to Aspermont bs
the Penick-Hughes undertakinf. e. lah
iis', vent, where tie y were buried, 'i'lit
:d'. leaves a husband, !Vr< Mullen
• little baby, a father 1«; moth
Mr. atsI Mi . Tom Klii >n a I
if I eLiiers a1 ' sister-' Soon ari •>• t.l
Idi th of the little tine double pneu
i i'. "t i'i and - a audi' aant wa
the disease that medical aid prov. 1 ,• K< Mrs. G. W Montgomery
if no avail. Rev. Mr. Hubbard, a Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Fox were among
'iaoti' t minister, bad the funeral sc.. J(1 .lt.t.-ndinr- the Annual District
' • Mr . M d'1 a- a 1 (^„nforence at Rule the first of the
Will be held Moada;. . Mav 2 at tie
■a 'st (Church at Aspermont. YOl
an uriced to come, spend the day.
Visiting speakers are expected from
'V .. IJetaa and Haskell. Your pres-
:.!••• will be reatly appreciated by
a icaket's and local church. Ample
ainvlsion ha.- been made to care for
tends Annual District
Conferenc \t Rule
M• ami Mr:-. Link, Mr. and
^lr I H. Robert/on, Mrs. C. D. Sta-
M> Ola Martin, Mr. and Mrs.
Tuesday afternoon the seven year
>n of Mr. antl Mrs. Claud Hud-
-o was suddenly stricken «-ery ill.
Dr. Shaw who was summone I to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hudson
where the child was, stated that the
.''.a dly informed him on his arrival
that "Billy" had been playing in the
yard 'v a short time before, when
he came in the house and asked for
a funny paper, this being given him
he climbed on the bed to look at it.
A short while later some of the fam-
ily looking at him saw he was ir con-
vulsions. After Dr. Shaw was sum-
moned, and did his best for him with-
out any sign of relief, he advi-ed call-
in another physican. Dr. Niclaols of
Spur was called but the child passed
away some time before his arrival.
the Star joins the frientF i>. - . m-
Hazel Stafford had a severe at-
tack of appendicitis last week. .She
wa carried to Spur Thursday where
she underwent an operation Friday.
Last report was that she was doing
nicely antl would be able to return
MISS ERNESTINE BRANNEN
SINGS FOR RADIO PROGRAM
.Many of the friends or' Miss Er-
nestine Brannen, who is attending
University at Fayetteville, Ark., have
bet u interested in trying to get that
station over their radios.
diss Brannen is a mamber of a
quartette who have been rendering
broad casting- recitals.
MORE SCOUT NEWS
School children a get I 7 to IS years
in Texas number 1,348,635.
Tuesday night the Boy Scouts met
at the Baptist Church Annex. Mr. E.
A. Moore from Sweetwater was with
us. Mr. Moore is Scout Executive of
thi- district. He showed us some
games, which were very interesting.
We have sixteen boys now charter-
ed with this troop. We also made
plans for an over-night hike in the
near future. Reported
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p .'> ! >> p o M V T s E P V I C E
O RD V U n Y P h 0 X E
If i'v enve>v:Hri- i o call in person rive your
order by telephone. We are happy to take
them for you.
Fresh Vegetables and Fruits
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh and Cured Meats
COMER'S CASH CIRC >.
m rt t urwamus irr\ >
filtering her twenty-fifth year when
death overtook her, she having boon
born March 10. 1003. -Stamford
The value of public choa! lib-a1"'"
Texas is approximately $1,855,500.
FOR THE BEST-
Attends District Club
Meeting At Olney
Mesdames W. B. Bin: ham, H. W.
Wvlie and J. M. Miller Jr. left Tues-
day for Olney to attend the Federa-
t am of Women's Clubs. First District
in session Tuesday, Wednesday and
"THE TELEPHONE GIRL"
William C. De Mille Picture
"HILLS OF KENTUCKY
THE JOHNSTOWN FLOOD
A Thrilling; Epic Drama
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
May 6th. <fc 7th.
THE KISS IN A TAXI-
In GROCERIES and SERVICE
Come to Our Store
Fresh Fruits antl Candies
Cigarettes and Tobaccos
Sandwiches, Ham and
Your Patronage Appreciated Cold Drinks
We will be pleased to have you
! i I with us,
LOWRY & HARVEY
South Side of Square.
Call a Plumber TODAY
\ve can install those new Fixtures or make
ei>airs where needed.
We will be glad to show you.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
MOORE PLUMBING COMPANY
5 Phone 146
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The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 28, 1927, newspaper, April 28, 1927; Aspermont, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth200229/m1/1/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.