The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 29, 1937 Page: 4 of 4
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TBI ASPERMONT STAB
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THURSDAY, APRIL ;i, 1937
"Where Sound— Sounds Best"
"Straight From The
Matinee and Nite
"The Cowboy Star"
Comedy— "KNEE ACTION"
PREVUE SATURDAY NITE 11 P. M.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Only these two great stars
could bring to life the grand-
est love story of them all!
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The immortal love sfory of Wild Bill Hickok and
Calamity Jane filmed on a tremendous scale!
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Only DeMille could recreate the throbbing glory
of an heroic era .. drama as big as America!
All the greatness of "Cimarron and "The Cov-
ered Wagon" sweeps to a breath-taking climax!
with Jarr.ss Ellison • Charles Bickford • Helen
Burgess • Porter Hall • A Paramount Picture
Directed by Cecf B DeMille
Movietone News and Comedy
" WHITE HUNTER"
Comedy— "Transatlantic Love"
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
COUNTY OF STONEWALL:
By virtue of a certain alias execu-
tion issued out of the Honorable
County Court of Haskell County, on
the i>th day of February iaa7 by Clerk
of the County Court of said County
against W. P. Moore, P. li. Allen, and
Dick Allen jointly and severally, for
the sum of Four Hundred Ninety
Nine and 91(100 ($400.91) Dollars,
Miss Eula Mae Marshall, opera-
tor at the Guest Beauty Shoppe, and
Mrs. W. P. Guest, owner, returned
today from Fort Worth where they
spent three days of this week attend-
ing tlia State Beauty Convention
Miss Marshal had an opportunity
to see the latest methods of manicur
ing, permanent waving and hair styl-
ing demonstrated. The feature lec-
with interest at tlig rate of 10% per turer and hair stylist was the famous
annum from January 10, 1036, and I Mr. P. Richards of New York. Miss
Thursday — Friday
"MARCH OF TIME"
cost8 of suit, in cause No. 2128 in '
said Court, styled Tom Davis versus
W. P. Moore, P. R. Allen, and Dick
Allen — and placed hi my hands for
service, I, A. lj. Ellison as Sheriff of
Stonewall Couinty, Texas, did, on the
16th day of February 1037, levy on
certain Real Estate, situated in Stone-
wall County, described as follows,
Ali of Section No. 130, Block I, 11
& T C iiy. Co. land, containing 04b.i
acres of land; Section No. 131, Block
l, H & T C iiy. Co. land containing
163 acres of land; Section No. 132,
lilock 1, H & T C Iiy. Co. laud, con
taining- 163.2 acres of land; Section
ao. 133, Block 1, H & T C Iiy. Co.
land containing 145 acres of land,
Section No. 135, Block 1, H & T (J
Iiy. Co. land containing 384 acres oi
land; Section No. 136, Block 1, 11 &
L Iiy. Co. land cantaining 384 acres oi
land; Section No. 137, Block 1, H &•
T C Iiy. Co. land containing 648.1
acres of land, situated in Stonewall
County, Texas, South and Southwest
from Asperniont about 12 to 14 miles,
and known as the W. P. Moore land,
and levied upon as the property ol
said W. P. Moore. And on Tuesday,
the 4th day of May 1937, at the Court
House door of Stonewall County, in
tlie town of Aspermont, Texas, be-
tween the hours of ten A. M. and four
F. M. 1 will sell said lands at public
vendue, for cash, to the highest bid-
der, as the property of said W. P.
Moore by virtue of said levy and said
notice of sale and alias execution.
And in compliance with law, 1 give
this notice by publication, in the En
glish language, once a week for three
consecutive weeks immediately pre-
ceding said day of sale, in the As-
permont Star, a newspaper published
in Stonewall County.
WITNESS my hand, this 16th day
of February 1937.
A. B. Ellison,
Sheriff Stonewall County, Texas.
Marshall especially prizes the instruc-
tions received in his lectures.
Customers of the Guest Beauty
Shoppe frequently express their appre
ciation for the excellent equipmen tan
beauty service to be had in this shop.
To assure her customers that she in
return appreciates their loyalty and
confidence Mrs. Guest is more than
happy to go to the added expense of
not only installing new equipment
frequently but also to send her opera-
tors to the many Beauty Schools fre-
quently held over the state that she
may better serve her customers. Adv.
COVER ADDS TO ROOM
"My new machine cover makes an
excellent table top and does a good
job of covering up the unsightly part
of a sewing machine," Mrs. H. H|
Rhadle, bedroom demonstrator of the
Aspermont home demonstration club,
told Jean Day, home agent, during a
visit to see her bedroom.
"1 made the top of the machine
cover from a piece of two-ply board
which I had on hand, and the skirt
which hangs to the floor on the
front and both ends, is made of navy
I>Iu<. print," continued Mrs. Shadle.
"The skirt is box-pleated and the
top has a valance trimmed in narrow
These machine covers are being
made by women who have treadle
sewing machines that collect dust, and
look unattractive in a bedroos. The
machine covers convert the machine
into a dressing table effect when no;
in use, and when the machine is used,
the cover slips off easily. By usin;,
materials on hand, Mrs. Shadle made
hers for about fifty cents.
Bids will be received by the City
of Aspermont on the following sec-
From 1,000 to 1,600 feet of one-
inch pipe—in good shape. About 500
feet of 1% inch pipe (this pipe can
only be used for posts).
Bids to be in by April 30th at 6
P. M., at so much per foot. Proceeds
go to Pheonix Club.
Mrs. Lonnie Lee Smith and baby of
Del Uio tre visiting here this week in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
We have good kitchen cabinets
will trade for heifer yearlings or a
cow—or we will take cows or heifers
in on any merchandise we have.. (DO
NOT WANT JERSEYS.)
Clias. F. Gibson Store
Mrs. Burton Gist, who underwent
major surgery at Hendrick Memorial
Hospital at Abilene, the latter part
of last week is reported improving
Those who go to the top do not
enter upon sit-down strikes.
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Not every donkey wears a rnule
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Be suspicious of him who is good
only when he is seriously ill.
The NU SHOE SHOP
104V2 North Swenson St.
RIOT URN POSTAGE PAID
ON MAIL ORDERS
When two persons laugh at eat
other, the crowd laughs at both.
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A worthless person is one who can
not sell himself at any price.
to get a better
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R & G means a car that has been Renewed
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Among their large selections of used
cars Ford Dealers are now offering many
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Hudspeth, Hylton F. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 29, 1937, newspaper, April 29, 1937; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth200327/m1/4/: accessed March 29, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.