Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 133, Ed. 1 Friday, August 22, 1930 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1930.
“‘A* ‘^lo'WN1 WAIL1 TIMES when fathkus HECOME kin
Mrs. Rogers Honored
G. W. CROSS, Editor
THE HOT SUMMER SUNS HAVE MADE
YOUR HAIR DRY AND BRITTLE.
\ warming satisfaction comes to Honoring her sister-in-law, Mrs
men who help sons oi other men get j)on Rogers, Mrs. Ulman Brown en
their starts in life. But let someone
■! reach out a friendly hand when it is
j your own boy who needs the assis-
j lance, and the situation is different.
: Then comes a new sense of kinship
' with fathers of all lands and ages,
jit is commingled with anxiety, pride
i and gratitude. The following letter,
, written by a hading American bus-
i iness man
tertalned with five tables of 42 j-jj
Thursday afternoon at her home on IkI
North Jefferson Avenue. Beautiful $
rose trepe myrtle and roses were us- !j|
ed in profusion for decorations. High |tj
score was won by Mrs. Chas. Green, a
After several delightful games a de- $
licious ice course was served the fol- ||
lowing guests: Mmes, .1. C. Vandi- h
to the employer who is ver, A K.. Mattingly, Clayton Red-
[giving his son “a chance” expresses fearn> T% K# Florey Sr., J. M. Ellis, $
jwell this feeling: T. S. Grissom, R. L. Delafield, Chas. U
i “Nothing I can say will express my Green, \\. 0. Robertson. Bill Lyle,
1 appreciation of your willingness to W. L. Harrison, R. L. Thacker, P. 0. $j
j give my son a chance to do some Wilhite, Kattie Smith, H. Flack, Boh pj
Efforts of the stock market in New j newspaper work this summer under Cargile, Louise Ward of Clarksville, itti
York to renew the flow of money to your supervision. 1 have been help- Jeff Swint, Slayter Johnson, Misses
that ins t lint ion are strenuous hut of j ing youngsters get started all of my Cllie Block, Tezzio Johnson and the ||
little avail, judging by the daily re- , life, hut for the first time 1 fully ap- honoree. ijjj
ports of activity, or rather lack of ac- : predated just what that help means
tivity. For instance, the Monday j not only to the youngsters themsel-
Take a course of hot oil Treatments; dissol-
ves dandruff, stops falling hair and puts
new life into it.
VAUGHAN'S BEAUTY PARLOR
on prices for a course of six.
Have us blend your powder for your par-
ticular needs. No more expensive than
Marcelling, Bobbing, Eyebrow Pick-
ing, Facials, Hair Dying-, Manicuring and
any other branch of Beauty Culture you
need, by expert operators.
“BARM W WAS RIGHT”
floor graders. 10f a hindrance than a help. I am
The suckers were hit so hard last ( hoping, howet er, that he will be
fall that those who have a little mon- Worth the attention you will have to
«y left arc chary of getting back, i give him< He is not a very good
and there has not yet hocn time to j student and not very responsible. He
grow a new crop. But they will be j surpvjsed us all, however, when he
here anon. 1 hero never yet was a. worked one summer in the Jackson
shell game hut what some rube j printing plant here, by doing a good
thought he was smart enough to heat j jci)> At ieast the superintendent said
it; and so presently we will see a rise j he did< and wanted him back again
in the stock market and the cry that i the f0n0Wing summer,
prosperity has come back and all the; ia that yo„ v-;n have a
boys who have a dollar or can get j ^’ pf thi for him t0 do, 8Uch
one wtl send U. Inkmg to the stock ; ^ ^ adv€rtising copy, cor-
market instead of sitting m a poker . running errands of all
or crap game where they have at least ^ and perhaps doing some report-
a fighting chance to win | ing along with it. I warn you that
Barnum was right when he said . ,, ., . , , .
. , . , ,, I he doesn t write as simply ana sin-
one ip bom every minute, and there , , ,. , , , ..
... . - . | cerelv as he did two or three years
will be plenty as soon as sufficient ‘ . , , , ,, •___
: ago. But 1 know that the rigorous
time has elapsed for them to grow’ j , , , . , ..
^ ^ 1 1 blue pencil will show him how easy it
Mrs. Vaug-han, Prop
in South-West Af-
A metal found
rica, and known as zinc-blende, pro-
duces a bright light when struck or
rubbed, even under water.
It seems that professors are still
absent-minded despite all that has
been dene in the matter. An inter-
preter of philosophy at Columbia,
meeting a group of his students on
the street, stopped to chat. When
the conversation ended he asked:
“Which way W’as I walking when
T met you?”
“Why, north, professor,” was the
“Ah!” he replied. “Then I’ve had
Chicago is the greatest railway cen- :
ter in the world and the greatest
waterway center in the interior of
any continent. 3$
A rubber compound has been de-
veloped that is as effective a shield
against X-rays as the sheet lead gen-
erally used for that purposes.
Great Britain produces from 10 to i
15 per cent of the world’s dyes, sup- \
plying 93 per cent by weight and 12 ,
per cent by value of these used in the j
United Kingdom. .
A Swiss railway is using a loco-
motive with water tube boiler in
which steam is generated at 850
PARIS sets the styles in women’s dress for the world.
London is the arbiter in matters of dress for men. But
New York and Chicago, Boston and San Francisco and
hundreds of smaller cities and towns throughout the
United States may know what are the latest styles ev-
en before they are shown in Paris.
A seeming paradox, but true. Merchants main-
tain representatives in Paris, London,. Vienna and oth-
er European style centers who cable the latest news of
the modes, and ship samples long before they are sold
abroad. In America, the news is translated into ad-
vertisements and printed by local newspapers thru-
out the United States. And so, American women are
able to dress in the latest styles in dress more accu-
rately than the women of any other country on the
face of the globe.
Advertising keeps you abreast of the times in other
ways. It tells you of the newest and best in every line
of merchandise. It keeps you posted on what other
people are doing and wearing and using. Read the
advertisements. They are truthful and helpful. You
can depend on their accuracy, for the reputations of
the merchants sponsoring them guarantee their in-
Read the advertisements to know what is going on
in the world of merchandise.
For Congress, First District;
For Representative 35th District:
J. 0. JOHNSON
For District Attorney:
T. C. HUTCHINGS
For District Clerk:
R. T. WILBANKS
Q. C. GADDIS
For County Clerk:
W. U. WHITAKER
For Tax Collector;
JOHN T. LEFTW1CH
For Tax Assessor:
W. A. HAYDEN
For County Attorney:
G. B. DICKSON
For County Superintendent:
H. G. SMITH
For Public Weigher:
DR. W. T. BALLARD.
For Commissioner, Precinct Onst
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 133, Ed. 1 Friday, August 22, 1930, newspaper, August 22, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth785065/m1/2/: accessed July 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.