Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 133, Ed. 1 Friday, August 21, 1925 Page: 1 of 4
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Mt. Pleasant Daily Times
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MT. PLEASANT, TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1925. 9 it filflJU
Be Held at the
The Consolidated County Institute
comprising the teachers from Camp,
Franklin, Morris and Titus counties,
which will begin its sessions here
Monday, September 7, will be held in
the Baptist church again, according
to F. T, Ward, County Superinten-
dent, who has charge of the arrange-
ments for the Institute.
There will be an attendance of ov-
er 300 teachers during the five days |
that -the Institute is being held, and
the Baptist church is the most cent-
rally located building, and is better
arranged for the entertainment of
the visitors than any place in town.
Arrangements have been made to
.give the visitors who will have to re-
main here for the whole week a spe-
cial rate for room and board among
■different families over town.
A number of local Shriners met at
*the home of Gus Hoffmann Thurs-
day night and arranged for a series
of entertainment for Shrine Club
during the coming year. New offi-
cers for the club were elected.
J. A. Garrett has purchased thru
A. S. Mitchell the Heywood home on I
the East Side and has moved into;
Golf Club Will
With the advent of cooler weather,
which will be here in a few weeks,
there is a chance that the golf club
will be re-organized again.
Mt. Pleasant has a natural course
at Dellwood Park, and the greens are
still in pretty good condition, only
a little smoothing being necessary to
make them perfect. One round with
a mower will put the fairways m
Every other town in this section
anything like as large as Mt. Pleas
ant has a good .golf course, and
tot of enthusiastic players, and if the
loeal players would get back in con-
dition inter-city matches could be ar-
ranged that would /create quite a
bit of interest.
Golf is much cheaper than baseball,
and since Mt. Pleasant has turned its
franchise over to. another town, there
should be" enough enthusiasts for the
sport to get the club back in working
order again, as there are many peo-
ple who would visit this place for the
golf game if there were a good course
MRS. HENRY GLOVER
ENDS LIFE BY HANGING
Thursday was not the hottest day
of the year, bi:t it felt hotter than
any other day, and it really lacked
___ .. | only half of a degree of reaching
One of the saddest tragedies it has the hi2hest temperature of the year.
been our task to record is the death
of Mrs. Henry Glover at her home in
the Fair view community early la^t
F’riday morning. She arose before
daylight and went to the bam and ni^,iest record shown this yeai
hung herself. Her husband and Thursday, July 17, when the
children found her dead,
Mrs. Glover was aliput 44 years
old. She was Miss Minnie Whitlow
before her marriage to Henry Glover
February 2, 1898, and leaves besides
her devoted husband nine children,
the oldest of whom is married and
the youngest being a baby just nine
For several years past she has been
in poor health and on one occasion
The Government thermometer,
which is kept by Chas. M. Coker,
showed a high point for Thursday of
107 1-2 degrees, in the shade. The
highest record shown this year was
thermometer registered 108. How-
ever, last Thursday felt hotter than
the July day, because there was lit-
tle breete, and what there was felt
The nights are much hotter this
month than they were in July, the
temperature falling no lower than 72
any night this week.
Mrs'. Fred Ferguson and children
about eight years ago tried to drown!returned to their home in Tyler Fri-
herself in a pool, but was saved by *&y’ af.ter sPe«dmg a week or more
Mrs. R. W. Dilday arrived Thurs- j
day from Wichita Falls to visit rel-
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here with relatives.
her husband. She had been in such
a depressed mental state for some
time that the family had been watch-
ing her day and night and it was on
account of being worn out by their
nightly vigils that, none of them
heard her when she got out of bed Miss Ida Presley returned Thurs-
and left the house that fatal morn- day from Commerce.
Misses Ruby Moore and Anita Led-
better have returned from a two
week’s stay in the Ozarks.
ing.—Mt. Vernon Optic-Herald.
TITUS COUNTY MAN
IN RADIO PROGRAM
Radio fans of Mt. Pleasant weie
privileged to hear a Titus county man
in a radio program over the Dallas
News station, WFAA, Thursday
right. Mr. Jeff Duncan, known all
over this section as one of the best
singers of the State, was a member
of a quartette which gave a program
lasting an hour. Mr. Duncan sang
DAILY FROM COMMERCE
Exacting housewives of Mt. Pleasant have made
keen shoppers of us in the wholesale market as their
demands are for quality foods as well as low prices-
Puye foods at low prices are here for you,
Titus county students, who have
been attending the summer session
of the East Texas State Teachers’
College at Commerce, have been re-
turning to their homes the latter
part of the week in large numbers.
The Cotton Belt has been running
an extra eo.K'h on the afternoon pas-
senger train lor the accommodation
of returning students.
To Town During
The intense Rot weather of the past
week has had a bad effect on the
different towns ofthis section, ac-
cording to people who visit other
places, who say that every town in
this section seems to have no life to
The business situation here ap-
pears very sluggish, as the heat pre-
vents people from coming to town
and there is little Stirring about any
time of day except late of evenings.
As a consequence there is little to
write about, and if there appears to
be no news lately, it is because there
is nothing happening to write about.
Picking cotton is occupying the at-
tention of the farmers, and after
they spend a few hours ip the cotton
patch they don’t have energy enough
to do anything but go to bed, and it
has been too hot to sleep when they
go to bed. A. general rain is what
Penn Brock arrived Friday from
Dallas to visit his family, who have
been spending the past week with
relatives in the county.
Mrs. C. H. Hutchings of Greenville*
visited friends here Thursday.
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careful about. fill them.
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est possible service.
ElilS-KELLEY DRUG COMPANY
Mr. Ernest L. Johnson and Mis'-
Viva May Davis, both of Omaha,
were married at the residence of Eld.
Ed S. Duncan, near Bethel on Wed-
nesday evening. These are fine
young people, and v>%. wish for them
all the happiness possible in their
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mitchell and
son, James Butler, went to Commerce
Friday to attend commencement ex-
ercises of East Texas State Teachers
College. Mrs. Mitchell and son will
remain over to attend the wedding of
Miss Mary Belle Fling to Pat Nor-
wood, Monday evening at the First
Christian church of Commerce.
Mrs. Jack Ridings and Tittle daugh-
ter came up from Tyler Thursday to
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progress. It is active and alert tor the interests oi the entire
section. It is owned by the people—and its greatest desire is
to serve the people.
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 133, Ed. 1 Friday, August 21, 1925, newspaper, August 21, 1925; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783634/m1/1/: accessed July 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.