Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 241, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 16, 1933 Page: 3 of 4

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MT. F’LEASANT PAILV TIMES S.ATI KUAY DFrF.MBEP i« msi
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National 4-H Leadership Champions for 1933
Frenzied Crowd Mutilates and Burns Negro’s Body
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Doris-Ester Clark, 18, of Goodman, Win., and Hugo Graumann, 20, of
, Granite, Okla., are the national 1933 4-H girl and boy leadership champions
and winners of the H. A. Moses trophies. Doris completed 15 projects in
' five wars and Hugo completed 48 projects in eight years enrollment.
Here arc pictures taken at Kountze, Texas, immediately after a mob of whites dragged the bocf»
of David Gregory, negro ex-convict, at the end of a chain behind an automobile, mutilated it, thei
burned it before the home of his mother. Gregory was shot to death by officers who were huntfnj
for the attacker and slayer of Mrs. Mellie Williams, young white farm woman. The left photo showi
Greogry’s charred remains, still smouldering. “You done right, white folks,” said his mother when th«
mob brought her son’s body to her front floor Sheriff Miles Jordan of Hardin curty, pictured r’ghf
was overpowered by the mob and the negro’s body taken from his possession. He refused to sur-
render several negro suspects, however, and throughout the night of terror guarded the jail with tlx*,
aid of several deputies.
CRIPPLED CHILDREN’S WORK
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Not providentially hindered we will
be doing business in the same old
way at the same old place tomorrow.
It may be fair or it may be foul, but
the Lord willing, we shall be here.
We want to meet you here. We want
to see you in Sunday School, the
preaching services, and the B. T. S.
When we tel] you that you are need-
ed here, we are simply stating a
plain truth; and we believe that you 1
DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK I
By Edson R. Waite j
That many people do not appreciate '
the stores of their home city as they
should. j
The careful housewife wants de-
pendable merchandise at reasonable
prices. Your stores have it. It is
rot necessary to order by mail or
go to some other city to trade, there-
by helping to build the other city, i
_______ ______ f____ ____ v Your stores carry large stocks of
are willing to respond to any need I seasonable merchandise and the qual-
that lies upon your life. [ ity of goods offered makes the pur-
,Our Sunday School was a little chasing power of your dollar greater
larger last Sunday. We had 315 .than in any other city.
counted, but we should have more
than this. Lot us have them in the
morning at 9:45.
At eight o’clock in the evening we
will have our Christmas program. It
will consist largely of a dramatic can-
tata. Some very hard work has been
done on this, and we feel that any
one will be pleased with it.
In our Christmas exercise we are
remembering Rev. and Mrs. John D.
Holland. This is being solely out of
an appreciation of these good people.
Bro. Holland was once the pastor of
this church, and put some of the best
of his life into the work here; and
there are those who want to show
them that they are still appreciated.
So let any one, who desires to make
any kind of a gift to them, wrap it
in white paper, bring it to the church
and place it on a table, which will he
in the vestibule. There the gifts will
be taken up by the ushers and
brought into the church.
Worship with us tomorrow, and we
shall be glad and shall do our best
to make you glad. — J. N. Vandiver,
Pastor.
The first symptoms of the dreaded
“sleeping sickness” are aching limbs
and failing sight.
West Texas Beauty
The owners of your local business
concerns are public-spirited and pro- |
gressive. \
They always do their part toward
the civic betterment of their city.
Their stores are filled with big val-
ues in merchandise.
The business concerns of your city
can satisfy your needs. They make
it their business to give such service
and have such stocks that will ful-
fill the wants of every customer.
No one should handicap the busi-
ness and buying power of the home
city by spending their money away
from home.
Your business men realize that the
good will of their customers Ts the
greatest asset they can have; you
should realize that successful business
concerns are a great asset for your
city.
Your home city merchants want
you to know that they are intimate-
ly interested in your welfare and are
trying at all times to do more than
their share for the welfare of the
home city.
Assuming larger proportions with
each passing year, the work to relieve
of crippled children of Texas who
can be cured of their ailments or def-
initely helped is one of the finest
moves that has ever been launched.
There are thousands of adult Texas
cripples today who might have been
sound and well had careful, intelli-
gent attention been given them in
childhood.
Masonic bodies in Texas a few
years ago started the movement in
Texas to treat crippled children. The
Rotary club and other civic organi-
zations joined in the movement, and
at the regular session of the Texas
Legislature an appropriation was
made for the work. The appropria-
tion of course, falls far short of the
sum needed for the work, but it is at
least a step in the right direction.
In the meantime many Texas bu-
siness and professional men are de-
voting time and money, unselfishly,
to the fine work. There is no esti-
mating the value of an operation or
treatment to a child who can be help-
ed.—'Greenville Herald.
| Cotton has an average, annual crop ; There are 26 municipal libraries nr?
i loss of 3,371,000,000 pounds. ! Tokyo, Japan.
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REVENGE
We are twins and look alike. WThen
we were at school my brother threw
an eraser and hit the teacher. She
whipped me. She didnt know the dif-
ference, but I did. I was to be mar-
ried, but my brother arrived at the
church first, and married my girl. She
didn’t realize it, but I did.
But I got even for all that. I died
last week and they buried him.—Ex.
It’s the truth! Advertising pays!
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Students of Simmons University,
Abilene, Texas, have voted thil
petite brunette, Miss Mildred Cor-
fey. the most beautiful girl_ In th«
kchool and named her Uqiversitj
pucen. fler picture will head th«
list of favorites in th ■ Br.Hic.Q
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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/m1/3/ocr/: accessed February 4, 2023), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.

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