Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 236, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 19, 1931 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1931.
More people are using old
Potato Bread, You will like it, too.
Try a loaf today today. Crisp,
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
G. W. CROSS, Editor
Of Being Linked
With Mail Fraud i
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Oklahoma City, Ok., Dec. 18.—J.
C. Walton, ousted Governor of Okla-
homa, and two others were freed 1‘ ri-
day of mail fraud charges in connec-
tion with operation of the l niversal
Oil and Gas Company by Edgar E.
Vaught, Federal District Court Judge.
Judge Vaught, at the close of the
prosecution’s case, sustained d •mur-
l'ers as to Walton, Frank M. T phlnnd,
salesman, and William F. Collins,
counsel for the Universal
Walton, Cox and the other defend-
ants were charged by the Govern-
ment with collecting more than $1,-
000,000 through -mle of worthless
stock of the Universal company.
In dismissing charges against Wal-
--- top, Judge Vaught said evidence
Goldwyn Player Appeared on Stage; showed he had severed connections
Sylvia Sidney Set
j For Stardom
Flowers For Christmas
Cut Flowers or Pot Plants Make a Beau-
Send Sick Friends or Shut-ins Flowers
Give me your orders early
The best values in Christmas Cards, Seals,
etc., in town-new and colorful.
Also Mottoes and Children’s Books
Vaughan Beauty Parlor
Phone 48 The Shop of Quality
Now Portrays Star Role in
Entered at the postoifice at Mt. Pleas-
ant, Texas ns second class mail mat-
ter. a\ll obituaries, resolutions of
respect, cards of thanks, tec., will be
charged for at regular rates.
1 By the time “Street Scene,” the
| Samuel Goldwyn picturization of the
| Elmer Rice prize stage play, makes
its appearance at the Titus Theatre
on Monday, a new motion picture star
! of the first magnitude will have im-
j pressed herself upon the minds of
moviegoers the country over.
The new addition to the Hollywood
firmament is Sylvia Sidney, young
i stage actress, whore short career in
with the Universal company before
its stock was printed and the selling
1 one dark night it takes off by itself
- j with another plane following, controlL
The big idea of Caesar, Frederick j big it by radio. When the flying
the Great and Napoleon was to have j bomb reaches the depot, down it
__ armies that acted like machines. A plunges, blowing everything off the
School, 9:15. Epworth bunch of modern inventors assert that map. The human pilot flies back
THE METHODIST CHURCH
League, 6. Morning worship, 10:50. most of the fighting, if there should and sits down to breakfast.”
Theme for morning sermon, “Jesus
Christ the Same, Yesterday, Today
We know very little abopt our Lord
be another great war, will be done by
armies that are machines.
Aimer A. Speery Jr., inventor and
sen of an inventor, maker of gyro-
if we know nothing more than that scopes and robots, sa^s big ships
SOUGHT ON CH ARGE ; siage actress, wnore snui ■ career m which concerns the few years of His and big guns will be out of it when
' ^ YOUTH FOUND DEAD pictures has been meteoric. For two earthly life—when “The Word be- the next big fighting begins. A fly-
i years she has been known upon the came flesh and pitched His tent mg bomb is the cheapest way to deliv-
Hou ton Dee 18_A L Tucker,! Broadway dramatic stage, hut six among us.” Tomorrow we are going er a ton of explosives to an objective.
20 of* Fairbanks whose body was months in Hollywood has spread that to study about His greater life and Gun shooting costs too much. There
f un i in a pasture near Magnolia acquaintanceship to international pro- works of the far-off Yesterday, of is need to be economical when one is
yesterday, was sought by deputy sher- Portions. the present Today and that coming blowing up cities,
ills on an assault to murder charge It "’as only last February that Miss Tomorrow. Hear it.
it developed Sidney was taken to Hollywood, but At t clock the Euterpean Club will
since that time she has completed render a two-part Christmas cantata
All of which suggests that civiliza-
tion honor get busy making some sort
of a gadget to insure peace while
there is any civilization to attend to
such matters.—Corsicana Sun.
“Say you want to destroy an ammu-
nition depot 500 miles away,” pro-
poses Mr. Speery. “A big gun couldn’t
do it, but an aerial torpedo could.
SCHOOL VS. FISHING
“Wherc’re you going, Jackie?”
Are you on your way to school, or
are you going fishing.?”
“I dunno yet. I’m just fighting
it out with my conscience.”
at the time of his death*
^The °chai’ge against Tucker grew four pictures and is now preparing a entitled “His Natal Day.” This is
fifth. As her first break she was great message in song, and we are you sjmpjy fit a cheap plane with a
rushed into the cast of “City Streets” 1-bat the other churches of the V0i,0t pilot and some other gadgets
when Clara Bow was withdrawn as town are to worship with us on this
NO SALES TODAY
out of a shooting in which no one
was hurt, at Cypress Tuesday night.
It was filed Wednesday.
At the same time officers were try-
ing to find Tucker to arrest him. oth-
er deputy sheriffs were trying to find
him a* the request of his father, who
had become worried because the son
had not returned home.
the result of illness, so that Sylvia occasion
Sidney made her debut opposite Gary
Her work was so impressive that
she wav chosen for the principal fem-
inine roles in “An American Trage-
Wm. Dean White.
and load it with explosives. Then
“There’s an old-clothes man at the
“Tell him I have got all 1 need.”
Head cf Kerr Coimty Pioneers Hcnored
Sunday Sche- 1 at 9: !5 a. m.
At the 11 o’clock hour the pastor
, dy,” the Theodore Draisler epic, and win preach a Christmas sermon, and
j “Confessions of a Co-ed,” and then there will be special music. At night
I came the prize role of the lot—-that we will dismiss our service to attend
__ | of Rrse Maurrant in “Street Scene.” the Christmas Cantata at the Meth-
Bobbie (broke but resourceful)—I Countless young women ot Hollywood odist Church. . ....
' had been angling for that part, but A Christmas tree serxice will bo
Peggy, uo you 'n’’v’ * ^ and in ; Miss Sidney’s work made her the out- held at this church next Thursday
i standing choice. And now she has No. night at 7 o’clock. An appropriate
1 Dressing Room at the Paramount program is being prepared and an of-
between riding in a
' pi ft, j*'
Peggy—I’m afraid I don’t.
Bobbie—Then we may just as well j
take a street car.
Studios, with tfie world at her feet.
CHRISTMAS PLANTS AND
A beautiful selection for Christmas.
A Wall Street philosopher says that
a speculation is an investment so
risky that no investors want it. and
an investment is a speculation so safe
fering will be taken for our orphan’s
home at Itasca. All are invited.—
Geo. C. Moore, Pastor.
We invite you to come out and look J that no speculators want it.
over before buying. * Also a | -----
complete assortment of shrubs and
evergreens.—Smith and Dial Green-
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The very new motorist drove right
on past a sign which read; “Stop.”
“Can’t you read?” the policeman
called after him.
“Yes,” replied the motorist, “hut
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 236, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 19, 1931, newspaper, December 19, 1931; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784227/m1/2/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.