Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 178, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 7, 1931 Page: 3 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1931.
f'ii (iv Ivrowoldeen Club
T^ANY schools serve their pupils
♦»A milk ✓ or chocolate In th§
middle of the morning. They do
it, because the average child, re-
gardless of family circumstances,
does not have a nourishing break-
fast at home. That ought to make
mothers stop and think. The truth
is that every child, and every
adult as well, ought to have a good
substantial breakfast before lie
leaves the house. Here is a better
breakfast that will make break-
fast planning easy.
Grapefruit and Apricot Compote
Hot or Cold Breakfast Cereal
Bacon with Fried Bananas
prepare. But perhaps you don’t
know how to make the compote,
so here’s the recipe.
Chill one No. 2 can of grape-
fruit and one 8-ounce can of apri-
cots separately in the ice box over
night. In the morning combine
them, and serve in glass fruit
dishes. You may add a sprig of
fresh mint, for an additional
touch, and fresh grapefruit may
be used in place of the canned,
but in that case you must add
sugar to taste. This recipe will
serve six people.
The Senior Kroweldeen Club held
its first meeting of the year with the ,
president, Mrs. Seb Caldwell, as hos- j
tess. Baskets of beautiful Fall flow- j
ers decorated the living room. The
opening meeting was splendidly at-
tended and after a few well spoken
words of greeting by the president,
the following program was enjoyed:
Roll cail—Important events of the
Vocal solo, “The Rosary”—Mrs.
Reading from Belasco—Mrs. J. M.
Hcvv are Kings allied to the Gods? j
—Mrs. John Holland.
Piano solo, “Aloha Oe”—Mrs. D. E.
The White Wedding—Mrs. Jeff
The Barrett’s of Wimpole Street—
Mrs. W. A. Ford.
Musical reading, “Sonnet from the
Portuguese”—Mrs. D. E. Porter.
A most tempting plate was served
at the close the meeting. A let-
ter of greetings to the club from
Mrs. R. L. Jurney was read and ap-
—and the Worst is Yet to Coins
Coffee is the almost universal
Hot Beverage j American breakfast beverage.
Good coffee means coffee that has
This breakfast contains plenty retained all of its flavor and
of fruit, as it should to be die- aroma, and that means any of
tetically correct and start the day j (.he brands of coffee that come In
right, and it is quite simple to i “vacuum packed” cans.
JUST PICKED UP
Prof.—So it is. Dear me, I won-
der where I got it?
I Mrs. 0. M. Porter went to Dallas
! Wednesday on business for Mrs, Eu-
nice car you quay’s store.
WORM THAT TURNED
“I got even with my wife last
“How was that?”
“She hung her shorts on the end
of the bed, so I went through her
Better Job Urnting—Call 15.
Keen up with the times by subsrrib-
The Daily Times.
ONE GRAND SWEET SONG
Grandma—It is lovely. You have ■
tuned it excellently.
the vacuum cleaner.
“Well, what is it now?”
“When deaf mutes have hot words,
do they get their fingers burned?”
ICOi( O1 j
Want Ads j
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electric r&dio set, Apex, cabinet, in
good condition.' Will trade for used
car, no junk considered. Will sell for
cash at bargain. See Ed White at
Shoe Shop. 7-2t
FOR RENT-r-'Five room house, close
in. All conveniences.—See C. L. Dun-
h 1 ,
TO EVERY ONE who is genuinely interested in mak-
ing money buy as much as it possibly can,all the time,
not merely once in a while, the advretisements in this
newspaper offer expert and invaluable aid.
The advertisements tell yo uof products of un-
lisputed value. They assure you of getting merchan-
dise that has already brought satisfaction to other
buyers. Teh counsel that they give is economically
sound. No manufacturer or merchant can continue
to advertise unless what he has to tell you is to your
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When you buy advertised goods, you put your
money mto rugs or radios that have a reputation of
being worth every penny you invest in them. The
advertisements you read are certificates of value that
you can instantly accept.
Read the advertisements for
your own good... classified columns as well as
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 178, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 7, 1931, newspaper, October 7, 1931; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784344/m1/3/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.