Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 241, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 16, 1933 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMEisJ. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1933.
You Can Eat, Drink and Be Merry At
Drop in for a lunch of Hot Tamales. Sandwiches
your favorite brand of beer.
Everything nice and clean at all times.
Just South of Square
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
G. W. CROSS, Editor
Sunday, December 17th, is to be a
great day at the Methodist Church.
Sunday School at 9:45, and preach-
ing by the pastor at 11:00. Subject:
“Investments that are safer and that
bring greater returns than oil wells.”
The Epworth League meets at 6:00
Sunday night, beginning at seven
o’clock, our splendid choir will ren-
der a Christmas Cantata. This is a
great jnessage of the coming of the
Saviour into the world. \ou will
want to hear it. A great crowd is
expected. We appreciate our Baptist
friends having their program begin
at eight o’clock, making it possible
to attend both.
' A special uffering will be taken at
The dawn of the Golden Age is like this evening service for our great
the end of the rainbow. Orphanage at Waco. Come prepar-
It is always just beyond us. 1 ed to give a liberal Christmas gift
There never has been a Golden Age. to those who have no father or moth-
The patriarchs dreamed of one. , er but the church. There are four
The prophets foretold one. ; hundred of these children and they
All nations have hoped for one. ;have no Christmas except as
Greece thought it ha dcome but its their friends in the churches make
sudden sunset in storm clouds. j it possible. Let us remember them
But it has neve» dawned.
Entered at the postoffice at Mt. Pleas-
ant, Texas, as second class mail mat-
ter. All obituaries, resolutions of
respect, cards of thanks, etc., will be
charged for at regular rates.
THE GOLDEN AGE IS BUT A
Golden Age after
at this time with a liberal offering
that will not only bring Christmas
cheer, but will provide food and cloth-
ing and shelter for them throughout
the year. In the name of the Mas-
ter, help these “little ones” and He
I will reward you. Come.—J. H. Ma-
' lone, Pastor.
iWe predicted a
the World War.
But our fair hopes
The NRA’ will give us a better day,
but not a Golden Age.
There never will be a Golden Age
until evil is cast out and righteous-
ness and truth rule. }
The recognition of the fatherhood i -
of God and the brotherhood of man , A man’s worth is measured by the
and the universal practice of the j degree of supervision he requires.
Golden Rule will bring in a Golden i The less he has to be told what to do,
Age at the end of the day. | «nd guided, the more he is worth to
Meantime we dream and work and himself and his place of business,
hope for its coming.—E. H. Hudson,' Th<? average man does not spend
A MAN’S WORTH
in Mexia News.
Poulterers in Korea often pick their
Radio Shop Moved
The McClinton Radio Shop has
been moved from the Florey Bldg,
to new quarters in the Caldwell
building opposite Titus Theatre.
We are better prepared than ev-
er to care for your radio and elec-
Young Lion lamer
The ‘Bargain Battery’
The world’s only child lion tamer iq
Manuel King, a^e.4 lp» pictured
above with one of ten lions he putji
through the!/ paces after he cqmc|
^ome from his fourth grade school
every day. Manual is the son of
(the fatpous W. A. "Snake” King,'
and ^vas horn and raised at Spake-!
King’s strange animal a*d
snai* farm near Brownsville, Tex-',
Often Fails in Cold
It may contain the same number of plates
as the Willard Batter yspecified for your
car... BUT the quality of the plates may be
vastly different—and that’s what counts.
Before you buy any battery come in and le
us show you why people buy more Willard
than any other battery on the market
Mt. Pleasant Battery Station
FRONT PAGE STUFF
Ignorance of the mechanics of
newspaper publishing has caused a
great deal of misunderstanding on
the part of its readers. The fact
that one marriage is placed on the
front page, and another is not; one
church gets its publicity on the front
page, another does not; some article
about a reader is placed on the back
page—all of these unfortunate loca-
tions are charged against the man-
agement as an act of favoritism or
spite. As a matter of fact to place
some particular article on the front
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page may mean the expenditure of, the make-up.—Robstown Record.
many extra minutes by the man who -
makes up the paper. A page in the! Joseph and Steven Montgolfier, on
paper is somewhat like a jig-saw puz- * Jl)ne 5, 1783, gave the first public
zle. You have to place the stories
demonstration of balloon flight. Their
. balloon was made of paper and was
where they will fit. Thls is particu-, inflated with hot air.
larly true of the front page where the
lead stories (one with the larger
heads) must be placed in the form
first and the smaller stories fit into
the remaining space. Please then do
not get the notion that we have tak-
en particular pains to place your
story on an inside page, or a back
page. As a matter of fact, after ma-
terial suitable for the front page is
assembled no great deal of attention
is paid to the selection as long as
the type fits into the form. Come
down some Thursday and the lesson
in make-up will be continued. You
Active, reliable man or woman of-
fered opportunity profitable connec-
tion representing national manufac-
| turer with established business in Mt.
| Pleasant. Write Mr. Hazell, Sales
I Mgr., 162 Liberty St., Winona. Minn.
might be interested in learning about
DIABETICS—Seattle man finds
complete relief in severe case with
siimple natural method. No needles
—no starvation. All letters answer-
ed, 325 Bayview Bldg., Seattle, Wn.
xi’y a Daily Times Want Ad.
as much time worrying about the
ways and means of helping his em-
ployer to make a bigger and better
business as he does his own private
.interests. He is more interested is
his own little pay envelope at the nnd
of each week than the fact that his
mployer ma ybe having a tough bat-
tle with price competition and many
other things that come up with any
When you begin to realize that for
your ultimate good it is necessary
that you leave nothing go unnoticed
—that you do everything to help your
employer turn over his dollars, then
you are an employee worth having.
And never fear that the higher ups
don’t take notice. They may not at
first, but they will!—New Ideas Mag-
yi M OWM MR!
For The Best
We are proud of the unusual selection of delicacies
to offer you for your
Everything that you wi'i need is here, moderately priced,
so fresh fruits and vegetables.
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 241, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 16, 1933, newspaper, December 16, 1933; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth800249/m1/2/?q=%22david%20gregory%22: accessed February 5, 2023), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.