Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 179, Ed. 1 Friday, October 17, 1930 Page: 2 of 4
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Consecrating First Methodist Bishop in Mexico
Now It ’sPotatoes
TTJERHAFS it’s because they're
fj Irish, or perhaps not. but
nearly the last vegetable to
go Into a can Is potatoes. The In-
novation of packing new Florida
potatoes, started last year and to
• he repeated again this season,
l a;- proved that this Important
t, ad commodity hitherto neglected
hv ;he cauuers is a popular addi-
tion to the many products now
available In tin jackets.
The potatoes are packed In both
Mo. 2 and No. !> cans which arc
respectively suitable for house-
hold purposes and for restaurants,
clubs and hotels which require
them in larger quantities. They
come packed in liquid, and are
ready to serve after heating. Small
sizes, somewhat larger than wal-
nuts, are selected for canning pur-
poses, and these potatoes can be
served the same as new potatoes.! mix gently, and sorxm.*
or combined in many ways with
Here Are Some Recipes
Canned Potatoes with String
Beans'. Toss the potatoes with
melted butter and flue), chopped
parsley, and pile in canter of u
hot platter. Heat a can of small
stringless beans, drain and season
with butter, salt and pepper. Pile
in a border around the poratoes.
Hard cook several eggs, cut in
halves and dredge cut sides with';
paprika. Insert at interval ', in
tho string bean border.
Potato Marbles with Pcex: ’ ■ ;
one-fourth cup melted but. r over
three cups canned potatoes. rb
kle with paprika and toss b,
so potatoes do not break I
the contents of an 11-ounce car.;
of peas, add them to the poU.tm.-si,
live Methodist priests cen«;*cnittn'2 the* first Methodist bishop In Mexico, .hum N. 1'ascot*, who was elected af:ei
Jig North and South .Methodist churelios came lo on iiiulorsitinding.
AC AIN TO
; news siories be held within 800 words, GREEN'
or else submitted in two forms, one
I complete, the other condensed down ..............
| to or below the dead line. i Boston, Oct. 16.— William Green
,<T. ri-jsiASANT DAILY TIMES j
........ As an illustration of length of
nounce the names of the places where stories, this article contains exactly
j they fight.
200 words!—Jewell Mayes in
Richmond (.Mo.) Missourian. >
G. W. CROSS, Editor
THE RIGHT LENGTH
ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO
BURN BRIDGE IS SEEN
Watered at the postotflce at JMt. I'leM-
vat, Texas, as secondclass mail matter
Hi) obituaries, resolutions of respect,
•ards of thanks, etc., will be charged
for at regular rates.
Thursday was re-elected president of
the American Federation of Labor,
He is a member of the United Mine
Workers ol’ America.
T. A. Picket of Chicago, second
vice president, and Mathew Well of
, , ----- — — .New York, third vice president, were
, From/150 t0 300 WOrds 1S.tbe ldea,1 ----- j re-elected without opposition. Rickevt
i ]enf?th for a newspaper article—and, Corsicana, Oct. 16.—The Basotte • represent! the United Garment Work-
j il condensed into this space, it wi Bridge across Trinity River, between ! ers and Woll the International^Pho-
l be bottei printed and more wi e > Navarro and Henderson bounties on j toengravors.
! read. Highway 81, was damaged by fire! James Wilson of Cincinnati, Ohio,
Wednesday, ft was reported a can a member of the Pattern Makers
of kerosene oil and some kindling j Union, was unanimously re-elected
were found near the bridge. fourth vice president.
SOLE DEPEN HENCE
Judge—Is your wife dependent on
Mose— he sure is, suh. Ef Ah
didn't find jobs foh her she'd starve.
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About This, That and the
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1 The narrative of the creation of the
i world is >et down in the first 18 vers-
| es of the Book of Genesis, contain-
ing only -111 words.
! It only required 234 additional
words to narrate the Bible story of
the formation of the animal and veg-
etable kingdoms and making of man,
in the succeeding nine paragraphs of
that same chapter.
The account of the crucifixion of
Jesus Chiist required only 13 verses,
containing 258 words. (Luke, chap-
ter 23, verses 34 to 46).
Since no newspaper writer is ever
comparable to these occurrences, it
assigned to .cover, and assignment
County officials said previous at-
tempts had been made to burn the
Thursday Bridge Club
WHEN PATIENCE COUNTS
Mrs.'S. C. Broadstreet was hostess
to the Bridge Club Thursday with four
“Papa is this a camel's hair brush ?” table? °* . brid#°- The
“Yes. my child, that's a camel’s beautifully decorated with queen’s l
wreath roses and silver king. Mrs,
G. L. Keith carried off club priae and
-----it must take him ~
Iong time to brush himself.’-Spring-! A vs',D?,n W,tt wn j'1
field Union j ‘”ars'1:1‘l Branch won for
i most delicious salad course was seyv- ,
j ed the following members and guests:
On B road
—here and there you catch glimpses
of irresistible beauty. You see,
against this background of loveli-
ness, many examples of the allur-
ing, fascinating appearance Gov*~
raud’r, Oriental Cream renders.
When applied, Gouraud’s Orien-
tal Cream becomes part of the skin
It cannot rub off, streak or spe*t
A . and is so natural appearing its UT
Texarkana is doing itg best to get safe to say that all normal articles The weekly plot to assassinate Mus- j Mines. G. L. Keith, Dan Witt, H. ('.
an oil field, and they are making' for publication can he condensed with- solini has failed, like the others, jire-j Shaw, Max Fore, O. L. Crigler, Hiram
enough noise about one little producer in tbe 300-word limit. sumably for the reason that nothing j Brown, U. B. Hugehs, Milton Meyer,
to make you think that the Van field The 300-word range cannot always can be done in Italy without Musso- j Bascom Hines of Abilene, Claude Ma-
is only a piker. include interviews, quoted statements linj’s permission.—Fort Worth Sfrir-lscn, J. E. Witt, Marshall Branch, J.
__ ! or speeches-—but'it. is a good rule that Telegram. j A. Potty, ' Herbert Smith and P. K.
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cannot be detected.
v CREAM ^
W**«, Flesh. .JUiSksI tnd Orient*] T»% *1—la
Srtt d I Or. for Trial Rite Jl.
U the proposal to give Sir Thomas
Lipton a cup as a good loser spreads,
it won’t ho long before there will be
a number of applications made by
cotton farmers and business men in
“THAT LITTLE GAME”
The Crowd Confuses Him
Am! il we had our way about it, i
there would be a big lax put on the j
peddlers who go from house to house !
selling the things that can be bought j
at stores right hers who not only!
have to puy taxes on their goods but
have to pay an occupation tax us well.
A fellow don't have to go to the
woods to seek solitude these days. t
It’s queer they can’t have a war
somewhere so that a fellow can
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nine , Ten,
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to 6E sympathetic r
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 179, Ed. 1 Friday, October 17, 1930, newspaper, October 17, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784497/m1/2/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.