Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 202, Ed. 1 Friday, November 14, 1930 Page: 4 of 4
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ITT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1930.
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of remarkable dramatic talent, gain-
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The story deals with the stirring
adventures of a handsome young out-
law who rescues a girl from a band of,
cattle rustlers by which she has been
abducted. Romance follows in the j
wake of his courageous and thrilling
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forces of the law is a series of situa- i
. tions which you will never forget. The j
; supporting players include Walter j
: McGrail, Myrna Lev, James BVad- 1
: bury Jr., Nat Pendleton and Frank
The adaptation and dialog are ered-
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ably. Alfred L. Worker who is at
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j turned cut a mighty fine job.
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THE TIME IS NOW
If ever there was a time when Mt.
Pleasant required foresight, joining
«*£,forces, expert outlay of funds and
Fair allocation of support in the busi-
ness of relieving distress, maintain-
ing service organizations and look-
Tnsr after the interests of the weak,
.liws wee and the workless among us,
that, time is now.
If ever there was a ministry es-
jpetially designed for that business, !
•Tint ministry is the Community Chest, j
Liasfc year we provided but meagerly j
if> meet the situation, and lmd to j
.■•t wm.it tlu coming of ice and biting i
trmtls before the strings of our sel- ]
-"’v-ibness were loosened and generosity I
■ fhxareil. And while they were, wait-J
mg; for the help that was later human j
-.*-;ny« died They were patient
’ciMMigh j it their suffering, but death
impatient. Death could not wait. 1
■l'f you are on a narrower budget !
r.h5& year, consider the family that
lisas no budget save the budget of a '
Samaritan who pa'sse? by and 1
.sb*-h its need. If you are troubling j
about bills to be met, think, of the!
\ mam. who has no credit because he has J
\ «m .job. If you are looking forward !
V x financing your customary Christ- ;
\ \s, remember that he who gives for j
,V.«ar be may receive without giving!
its return has no thanks—he has not. j
eerily .given after all. In Mt. Pleasant
tite poor are •many and your hand is
.short; their necessity cries out, but
year rare must attend to the calls ■
.vour own; their cases are diffi- !
enlf.nnd you are untrained in meeting ’
Iy-.-iti. Give, then, to the Community !
Chest. Make it your agent and al-
moner. So shall you lie down at
night in peace. So shall you meet
your brother man by day without'
The Junior G. A. GirlA will meet
Saturday afternoon at 4 o’clock at
-the home of Mrs. S. H. Sparger with
the following program:
Hymn—Tell me the Story of Jesus.
Devotional, “Winning to Jesus”—
Conditions in China— Sara Vandiver
1 was won doing Christian service
I was won doing Evangelistic Mis-
1 was won through Christian Hos-
What cart G. A. do to win others in
G. A. Hymn.
Piano solo—Ruth Driggers.
G. A. Allegiance—Class.
Hymn—Tell me the Old Old Story, j
Devotional—-Frances Vandiver. j
Mouths Have They, but They Speak j
Not—Virginia Jane Wilhite.
Eyes Have They, but Thfcic See Not j
Piano solo—Mildred Morris.
Ears hgvo they, but they hear not
Ye Good Time Club
The Ye God Time
Club was enter-
l Thursday by
| F'lorey. Roses and mums were used
! in profusion for decorations. Mrs. R.
j S. Wolfram won high score guest
! prize and Mrs. Jim Witt high for
j dub. The following enjoyed the de-
They that make them—Doris Cook.' licious plate lunch served at the close
They that trust in them—Charlie , of the games: Mines. Sam Willson,
Intermediate G. A. Program
Wane iuore Business?—Advertise!
Baptist Church, Saturday, Novem-
ber loth, at 3 o’clock.
Topic—Idols of China.
Leader—Mrs. W. M. Driggers.
Hymn—1 Love to Tell The Story.
j -Jim Witt, Rhea Cromwell, Thomas
Caldwell, R. S. Wolfrom, Vivian Fow-
| ler, J. A. Petty, and Misses Ruth
j Dansby, Vannie Pittman, Ruth Hoff-
--! mann, Doris .Merrett, Damon Foster,
Epworth League, Sunday, Nov. lbth j Theresa Moore.
Topic—Evangelism at Home.
Song. Prayer. Song. Offering.
Scripture and topic cliscussion-
Pentecost and the Young People— !
Lack of personal Evangelism in the !
Church today—Tom Majors. ! . , „ . .
Pastorial Evangelism - Elbvrn i 18 »“»»«<! ?' rf„dm* JUSt‘“ WK|
Business meeting. Benediction.
| Attend the Flower Show, under the
j asupices of the Home Demonstration
Clubs, Friday and Saturday, and vote
for the most popular girl. It
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If a modern town were to institute
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 202, Ed. 1 Friday, November 14, 1930, newspaper, November 14, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783459/m1/4/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.