Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 180, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1932 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAIL1 DRUBS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1932.
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
G. W. CROSS, Editor
Mrs. lulian Roach, Reporter
Owl Is Bedraggled Bird After Plucking by Longhorns
| Mrs. J.'hn Mills of Dallas is the
guest of Mrs. Blanch May this week
j Mias Hoylse Camel of Macon was
the week <-nd guest of Miss Josephine
__ Houston here.
Entered at the postoffice at Mt. Pleas- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cones, Miss x
ant, Texas, as second class mail mat- Josie Roi ndtree ami Tom Roundtree
ter. All obituaries, resolutions of attended church Monticello Saturday
respect, cards of thanks, etc., will be night and Sunday afternoon.
charged for at regular rates.
DELINQUENT CITY TAX PAYERS
The City Council passed an ordi-
“We appreciate the news you give
Mr. Oli' er and his mother attended
the Christian revival at Monticello
Miss Vera Lamb, who teaches a
ranee several weeks ago providing (Bogata, spent the week end with home
that you may pay your delinquent) folks here.
taxes due the City of Mt. Pleasant j Mrs. Jewel Cody and son, Rex,
free of the penalties, interests and Howard Cody and Mrs. W. P. Con-
'i iic Longhorns tore the feathers off the Owls Saturday at Houston, and Texas university’s football
team has now proved itself the likely 1932 conference winner. When the feathers and hide stopped
flying, tlie score was 18 to 6, causing a considerable rise in beef prices over early prediction's. Long-
horns went over, under and around the Owls, and Rice .plays were smothered at will by the burly
Texas forward, as the picture shows. McCauley, Owl back, is busy getting no where in the-photo.
Bohn Hilliard starred again for Texas.
costs, providing same were paid byjner spent last Saturday night and j Hill was a week end guest of her sis- are thankful in the right way we will j TWO DROWNED IN CAR
and not later than November 1st ! Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Winfred ter, Mrs. M. F. Fleming. She also vis- show it to God through our fellow LOADED WITH LIQUOR
ited Miss Lady Ollie Brantley. man. He serves best who loves best | -
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nutt attended or r«alizes b>s ,ove best- Had y°u i Elizabethton, Tenn., Oct. 26.—Two
1932. I have done my best to give! Allen at Longview,
every person interested due notice of | Miss Elizabeth Davis and John W.
, ----- ---- Mrs. Jim ----- --------- .
this opportunity to save. The State , May, Miss Evelyn Taylor and Bun-jtho 8jngsong at Monticello Sunday ever thought, we can get in a rut,men were drowned as a liquor laden
laws applying to state, county andjyan Reed went to Marshall last Sun-J aftern0071 of self-pity, if we live without a pur-[ automobile plunged into the Watauga
school taxes on such subject doe:-, not
apply to cities and towns, but the
council is doing all that it can to help
the delinquents. This will be the Iasi
savings will amount to probably
day where the girls entered school. ] Sunday night dinner guests of Mr. pose? Do not try it. We need every River, near here, early Wednesday.
The eighteen-months-old baby of j and~Mrs‘.’JimCason he^were' How- thing but self-pity, in our should-be-
Mr. and Mrs. George Shankles ramb- ; ar(J Mosley and Weldon Acmey of thankful hearts during this beautifu
led away from home one afternoon j Quitman> Morris Henderson, Misses month to come—November.
week in which you can avail yourself | last week and was lost one hour an<l| Huey ploy<|> Li]lie Dora Fie]der and -
of this opportunity to save. The j a half. A party of searchers found it Waldeen c0le 0f Cason. ! * School News
across the field at the home of u| Frank Stjnsonj Mr. and Mrs. Jud'*1 Thc patrons of our school will meet
They were identified as Paul Glov-
er and Paul Foster of Elizabethton.
Kegs and jars of liquor were piled
about their bodies.
There was evidence the automobile
hit a bridge and turned over.
much as the taxes in case of the av-, neighbor. Quite a bit of excitement gQn Ga,.ner and small sorii Mrs. Jess at the school building Tuesday after
' was cauaed’ and the mother . wen' i Spruill, Miss Florence Westbrook and noon'to organize a P. T. A. A great
erage home owners. You cannot af
ford lo pass it up. Suits will be filed
if not paid and the costs will be enor-
mous. You will probably never have
such an opportunity again and you
du\\n in a well looking for it, it was
The following families enjoyed a
weinie roast near Mt. Pleasant Tues-
FARM BOY CRUSHED
UNDER COTTON BALE
will be a greater loser than you pro-; day night, Fate Thomas, Carl Rhone,
bahly know if you fail to pay your j Andrew Cody, M. F. Fleming, W. P.
delinquent taxes due Mt. Pleasant
THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE.
PLEASE DO NOT OVERLOOK IT.
HIRAM G. BROWN,
26-6d-lw City Attorney.
England i« said to be. sinking into
the sea at the rate of nine inches ev
ery 100 years.
Keep up with the times by
scribing for The Daily Times.
STRAYED—From my place three
miles northwest of town, Wednesday
night, October 19th, white faced heif-
er, 10 months old, weighs 400 pounds
If taken up. please notify me.—Dr, D
FOR RENT—1 unfurnished rooms,
also 2-room furnished apartment, 2
blocks west of Ward School.—Mrs
Jack Herndon. 26-411
Conner and Rev. John Whitt.
Rev. J. W. Ford filled his regular
appointment at Bridges’ Chapel Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Fate Thomas spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Car-
gile at Mt. Vernon and visited the oil
well near by.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Taylor of Com-
merce spent the week end here with
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Holmes made
a business trip to Dallas Friday of
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Ford, Mr and
Mrs. Julian Roach and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Dillard and Mrs.
Ola Mae Powell attended the Dallas
Mrs. Ola Mae Powell was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Knolis Thompson
Saturday aftorrmnn in Dalla®
“Go to Sunday School Sunday.”
Murray Musick of Dallas brought
his mother, Mrs. Mattie Musick, home
last week, after a visit of a few days.
Wednesday of the past week, Rev.
A. T. Walker of Huntsville, was the
guest of Rev. and Mrs. Ford here
Friday afternoon, L. C. Upton of
Queen City was their guest.
Miss Margaret Branch of Green
—and the Wont is Yet to Come
T. P. Cox, and Bert Johnson and fam- organization, we think. Next week
ily attended the surprise birthdaywe shall give you the list of officers.^
dinner given for Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Jones at Gray Rock Sunday. Thirty- 'now. With the coaches, Professor" Jim Cook, 10, died at Frankston late
eight were present, singing in the Fleming and Taliaferro, they are sure,Tuesday night, a short time after he
afternoon closed a joyful day for the J to win in most all games this Win- was extricated from beneath a bale
ter. You will have a cause to drear, of cotton. While en route to a pas-
the Winfield ball team. ,ture to get cows, he stopped to play
_ at a cotton yard. The bale fell and
The basketball teams are going! Palestine, Texas, Oct. 26.—Hosea
two old people.
Mrs. Walton Holmes, Mrs. Bertram
Lawrence and U. S. Smith went to
Texarkana Wednesday and brought DANCER WEDS ROBBER,
Mrs. Bertha Barnard home after her
treatment by a specialist there. She
will return once each two weeks for
treatment, we understand.
Mrs. Nora Emerson was a business
caller in Mt. Pleasant Monday morn-
Sunday School attendance: Church
of Christ 57; Methodist 47; Baptist
52; total 156.
Chill November days are drawing
near. The leaves are flitting to and
ifo, the wind sings a song of melan-
choly, we sit and start at the won-
ders of Nature. This is the month
of the twelve to express our thanks
for our blessings. You might say,
"we have had none.” But had you
stopped and thought about that? A
few of the blessings of the majority
of the people in Titus County have
had—health, better schools, better
churches, more good old Southern
hospitality from your neighbor, more
to eat, more bargains in w'nat you
buy, and oh, so many more blessing?
which each one of us could count if
we tried to play the game. He it is
that loves best, serves best. If we
SO HE CAN GET QUICK
ACTION ON HIS PAROLE
Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 26.—Under
the eyes of a score of impromptu wed-
ding guests, Mamita Coleman Hayes,
a dancer, was married Wednesday to
Herbert Formes, convicted as a rob-
ber, after securing a court order foi
his release from jail for the cere-
mony. Mrs. Minnie Kennedy Hudson
mother of Evangelist Aimee McPher-
son Hutton, officiated.
Formes soon will go to San Quen-
tin prison to serve a five year to life
sentence and his bride will assume
the role of a wife pleading for an
early parole or pardon.
Miss Hayes said she wanted to
marry Formes before he goes to pris-
on feeling that a wife would be more
effective than a sweetheart in efforts
to obtain clemency for him.
pinned him beneath for three hours
before he was discovered.
“I wish to marry your daughter.”
“Can you support a family?”
“But there are eight rf us!”
Venus de Milo.
says she compare*
with the statue of
she means in
Fll Tell You Free
How to Heal
Simply anoint tho swollen reins
and sores with Emerald OH, and
bandage your leg. Use a bandage
three Inches wide and long enough
to glre the necessary support, wind-
ing it upward from the ankle to tho
knee, the way the blood flows in the
Teins. No more broken reins. No
more ulcers nor open sores. No
more crippling pain. Just follow
directions and you are sure to bo
helped. Your druggist won’t keep
your n}Oi)ey unless you are.
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 180, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1932, newspaper, October 27, 1932; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783412/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.