Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 177, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 15, 1930 Page: 2 of 4
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1. ii.c.vSANT daily
G. \V. CROSS, Edititf
tjatered at the poatoiflce at Alt. Fleaa-
jvst., Texas, as secondelass mail matter
Ail obituaries, resolutions of respect,
**rda of thanks, etc., will be charged
for at regular rates.
Another Texas Shcool
Can That Calf
And Stop The
Home Feed Bill
Mrs. Julian Roach and Mrs. Rob-
ert Nelson of West Midway Home
Heim nstvation Club have made a
magnificent gesture toward the farm
And how: A calf nine months
old had fallen into disrepute
on the Roach farm, due t<»
the fact that he was consuming un-
necessary feed. Accordingly, Mi's.
Roach solved two problems, which
! were what to do with the calf, and
j how to complete her canned meat
i budget for her 1-H pantry roquire-
| Mi's. Reach and Mrs. Nelson called
* in their husbands and nine home dem-
; onstration club women. The calf,
! which had been killed the afternoon
! previous, and permitted to lay over
\ a r
Texas is fast becoming one of the
great educational centers of the na-
tion, and in a few years bids to rank
as the country’s leading educational j night, dressed 117 pounds,
center. The Tyler Commercial Col- Under the supervision of Mrs. Alba
lege and School of Business Admin-1 Tidwell, Titus County Home Demon-
istration at Tyler, Texas, is playing i stratum Agent, Mr. Roach and Mr.
no small part in this growth. Al- j Nelson made the necessary cuts for
ready it is the foremost business j canning. Preparatory to the can-
training institution in the South, of- i ning operation, Mis. Roach collected
fering a wide and varied curriculum the following equipment: Two 18- t
embracing 39 courses. • quart steam pressure cookers, two j
Tyler Commercial College and i <*«« sealers, pair of scales, two wash j
School of Business Administration j kettles ior hot water and large quan- j
teaches the student not only the ! tity of cooking, meat grinder, four j
practical side of business but busi- J sharp butcher knives, kri( > file, three ■
ness ethics and character building, j frying pans, lour large dishpans 1 ’ ,
Dr. W. M. W. Splawn, former Pres-! holding meat, two long handled uiks (
ident of Texas University and widely i and a saw- |
known educator is high in his praise j i he canning demonstration resulted 11
of the Tyler school. ! in the following:
T‘ is possible for a T. C. C. student h»To, 3 cans of stew, valued at *10e !
per can, $10.80.
7 No. S cans of roast, valued at 50c !
per can, 83.50. , j
9 No. 3 cans of steak, valued at 50c
to receive thorough training and be-
come an Accountant in six months
by taking the Junior Accounting
Course. The General Secretarial
course and Telegraphy are also quite | Pev car’* $4.50.
popular now as those professions not j 20 No. 2 cans of chili, valued at -me
only offer highly remunerative but j Per can> $9*10.
pleasant position's. ] No. 2 cans of sandwich spread,
The Radio School at T. C. C. is also , .....- —....... --■
quite popular and is growing fast, j ent.s seem to associate school with
It especially appeals to the * young fall and winter and the enrollment
men who wish to prepare for the large ; this fall is expected to be the largest
number of radio positions open to ra- jn the history of the school.
Students are privileged to enroll at
any time and begin their studies at
once, the progress made by each stud-
ent being governed solely by his or
ADVERTISING helps stretch your dollar.
You do not need to shop around all day to
find what you want at the price you can
afford to pay. The advertisements in the
newspapers tell you where you can buy it
at the lowest price. Advertisements save
you time, save money, save physical effort.
They make buying easy and sure.
Advertising enables the woman in the
home to compare values without moving
from her easy chair. She can shop com-
fortably in her own living-room. When she
has decided what and where to buy, it takes
but a little time and effort to complete the
Women appreciate the advantages of ad-
vertising. They trust it. They believe in
the goods advertised .... and buy them.
Keep within your budget by
purchasing merchandise you see advertised
in your newspaper
dio operators on land and sea. The
lure and romance of the sea call a
majority of the graduates of this
course. The law requires every ship
of any size to carry radio operators, j her own effort.
and this fact keeps a large number | Those interested in general busi ___________________
of operators’ positions ulwuys open (ness courses should write Tyler Com- ~ . 40
to those who have qualified and re- j mercial College and School of Busi- xa l,Lv ^ c
ceived their operators’ license. There j ness Administration, Tyler, Texas,
is also a large demand for operators | for a copy of their general catalog,
and employees in the radio broad- j it is free upon request. Students in-
casting industry. forested in Radio should ask for out-
classes and courses at T. C. C. con- i alog of the School of Radio. Clip
tinue the year around, but many stud- j aiui mail this coupon.
^. ........... — j TYLER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
Total value cf beef canned amount-
See Editor of
The Times Review
j same group after this experience can the near future.
' do the same work in seven or eight -------------
; hours. j CARD OF THANKS
1 1 ___
The cost of canning was computed th® 1 an,K‘d ^,‘-a1 ^,a> ,'M]d We wish to express our heartfelt
thus: Cost of tin cans, $3.05; chili , 1 hc stew aml ch,1‘ ^\yuk' * thanks ro the good people of Ml.
powder, 57c; 5 pounds lard, 55c; home for meals; tne aandw.eh pi(.asant f()r the kindnesses
grown onions, 10c; salt, 5c; total cost, *»read can he utilized to splendid ad- sh()Wn uh (,urj th nineM an(,. at
84.82. The value of the calf on foot vanta*° )!1 sthocl luwhc8- W,th the
was $6.00, which, added to the cost addition of such home canned ve«‘e-
of other materials, made an expense tab,us ascorn- tomatoes, okra, etc.,
of $10.32. This left a total profit of Lhe *tew cnn mo made into a one'
$19.98, or nearly two hundred percent. d*sb moa '
About ten hours were, required to* '■Five other communities have re-
complete this piece of work, and the quested a similar demonstration in
the death of our dear husband and
father. We will always cherish your
thoughtfulness.—Mrs. J. H. Moulton
and Children. dw
Clyde Taylor has returned
short visit to Sherman.
Off Yhe Screen
—under the glare of powerful
lights and the stress of “Picture
Making^ the beauty rendered by
Oouraod’a Oriental Cream stands
the teat. It gives an alluring,
pearly appearance that will not
jtrfi off. streak or spot.
No “touching up” necessary as
the skin retains the delightfully
•oft, seductive beauty under all con-
VHU KM Vartial and Oriental Tan Stmdai
Pend lOn for Trio/ flisr »»
“THAT LITTLE GAME”
‘Choking” the Top Card
the world over
At your ih iiln cr.wnJ - c£
j,'! fnll-sizc half to Ptnoud,
Ot-p.M. ' ’ :Ll. 11 ‘.\Y.r 1 >/*.
Ir iff" Ai’*/../ s«hi tie fnrt
Theorise andonly p
deck in this stock
was on the fritz;
a new fifty cent deck |
ten cents is to he
kit tied cut of each
pot to pay for it.*
the fourth hand,
( Dealers Edge)
deals, his red jitney
is on the mahogany,'
they all "pass around
to Jerry, who "opens"
for a white wafer,
then - - - (Acres where
the rub comes in )
and Jerry is stung
for four more
of Jus preciou s
4:,::^. w.:. mi
/' You’ve Got "
A FAT CHANCE
OF GEttin’ ‘
THINK J AM?
CENTS IN THE
Nor A CENT
hand it over'
ON Yov -
better call his wife
And let’er have a
last look , —
IF You're &ONNA SEE
This through it’ll
^Tll take a
Burglar to 6et
A CENT OUTA
GET The NiTflO
HC'S SO Ti6HT I
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 177, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 15, 1930, newspaper, October 15, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth785009/m1/2/: accessed December 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.