Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 218, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 4, 1930 Page: 2 of 4
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WILL IT RAIN TOMORROW?
It Predicts the Weather for Work or Pleasure
It’s a fine thing to
know in advance just
what turn the weath
er is going to take.
The little Weather
Prophet will tell you
in a very reliable
* Cut Out This
Reg. SI value
IHail order 10c extra
(juaifil — Practical
Fine Weather: The two children come out when the weather
is to he fine. Rainy Weather. The witch comes out 8 to 24
hours ahead of rain or snow.
The house is made of hardwood, in Swiss cottage style, and is decorat-
ed as in the picture, with thermometer, elk’s head, bird house and bird,
etc. It has four windows and two doors.
C. S. STEPHENS
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ON THE BRINK OF HELL
THE YOUNGER GENERATION
ARE PARENTS TO BLAME?
SEE and HEAR
A fox movietone picture
THE FAST STEPPERS TO HELL!
Wild, Restless Days!
LEFT TO SEEK AND FIND ITS OWN AMUSEMENTS AND
The Whoopee Gang to Hell
Ruins more fine youthful hopes than anything in the world.
He Sacrificed Everything for a Good Time!
DOES IT PAY?
SAT. NTTK A l 11:30
WE ARE ON
OUR WAY TO
To Do Our
Titus County Federation of Women’s stitution and by-laws for the organ*
Clubs Organized j izatiop. This organization will com-
_ i bine the working forces of the wo-
. J, TT ■ men’s organizations of the county,
Representatives from the Home jmpetus to any cffort8
i Demonstration Clubs—Old Lmon, Mt. of ^ women of our county, and
| Sylvia, Forest Grove Wmheld Lone M & cloger ve]ationship and
| Star, Damascus, Neyil s ( Impel Fan- felloWjhi ^tween the rural women
ther’s Chapel, Oak Grove, Argo West, wolnen of the tovvms. The
Midway, Talco, Maple Spn,igs Stone* ipresident> ^ f A Dalton> will call
wall the Delphian Club Colonial meeti of the Titus County Fed-
Hill Study Club, '99 Club of Mt., ion of Wometl>s clubti at early
Pleasant met in the directors room , December.-Reporter,
of the First National Bank and or- j
gunized the Titus County Federation J
of Women’s Clubs. Mrs. C. A. Dal-j Howard Hampton of Longview, ed-
ton was elected president; Mrs. C. T. j itor of the East Texas Magazine, ae-
Neugent, first vice president; Mrs. | companion by Mrs. Hampton, spent
W. A. Burton, recording secretary, j Thursday here on business.
and Mrs. Norma Martin, treasurer, j--
Mmes. J. Schultze, C. E. .Tones, W. A. J Contribute to the Community Chest!
Ford and T. C. Hutchings were ap-
pointed as a committee to draft uuii-
TO ODD FELLOWS
Regular meeting tomgnt, seven-
thirty. Be sure and come. Election i
of officers and other important bu-
siness.—John A. Cook, Noble Grand.
Wrecked cars rebuilt.
Phone RADIATOR WORK 199
SEND THEM UP TO THE NORTH POLE
SEND THEM UP TO THE NOR! H VOiL r
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 218, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 4, 1930, newspaper, December 4, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth785291/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.