Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 50, Ed. 1 Monday, May 16, 1932 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES MONDAY, MAY 16, 1932.
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
U. W. GKUSS, Editor
| Solons Start
Drive to End
Work June 10
j Novel Comedy
j YOUTH STRUCK BY
I LIGHTNING MAY MVF.
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.
Wellington, May 15.—Physicians
Sunday expressed hope for the recov-
Washington, May 16.—Congress be- ADIFX nF Tnp iitry” nPFV« 'ery of J' W< Mauldin< 16' who was in‘
- «- •- » • • LADIES OF THE JURY OPENS jured late Saturday when he and his
TODA\ AT TITUS j brother, Hubert, 15, were struck by a
bolt of lightning near their farm
The world chuckled at Edna May home, a mile east of Wellington.
Oliver in “Cimarron.” | j, w. was badly burned and is suf-
It probably will roar at her crazy fering from severe shock, while his
Whale Is Well
When the great Whale and Marine
show comes into Mt. Pleasant for ex-
hibition, it was with the finest letters
of approval from various newspaper
editors and city officials in the many
cities recently played in Texas, and
school teachers are very enthusiastic
in their praise for Capt. Howard
Trainer, First Made Barney Barnhill
and other members of the crew
which accompanies the exhibition car
on its tour through the inland states
that never get a chance to see ocean
monsters, and when Miss Alice Car-
roll, press representative for the Cat-
alina Whaling Company, makes ar-
rangements with the school officials
to lecture to one of the class on bio-
The groups of boys and girls, who
will be guests of the Daily Times at
4:30 o’clock, will be taken care of
Manager Rex Lee. School teachers
will be admitted by just showing
their tickets at the door when enter-
ing the platform any time, day or
Never in history has there been
such a collection of sea animals shown
outside of a permanent museum and
those who see this fine lot are sure
to tell their friends because the lec-
tures are very educational and the ex-
hibit worth going miles to see, espe-
cially the children who are studying
about these same specimens every
Frank J. Lee, general manager of
the Catalina Whaling Company was
pleased to have been able to send this
Marine exhibit to Mt. Pleasant and
have it sponsored by the Times inas-
much as he is a member of the Press
Association in Milwaukee, Wis., and
always enjoys visiting the newspaper
The Whale exhibit will leave Wed-
nesday night, so see it while you can.
It is interesting and educational.
GREEN HILL AGRICULTURAL
STUDENTS GIVE MINSTREL
Ten Green Hill Vocational Agricul-
tural students, assisted by their
teacher, planned and put on a black-
faced minstrel play at the local school
building Friday night, May 13th, be-
fore about 150 people.
In order to train boys in public
speaking, and at the same time raise
funds with which to carry out agri-
cultural activities during the remain-
der of school year, these boys put on
this play. The entertainment con-
sisted of humorous leadings, jokes,
southern melody songs, string band
music, and the black faced plays.
The following students were in the
play: Woodrow Allen, Gordon Free-
man, Reginald Johnson, Lee Jones,
ir.ot.pVi Griffith, Clifton M*,e<vn; Ffaipb
Page, Donald Ricks, Robert Sanders
and Judd Strother. Music was fur-
nished by Dave Hartley, Amos Pruitt,
and Rex Rolfe throughout the even-
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Dr. W. A. Taylor
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Modern X-Ray Equipment
Office over Swint Bros. Drag Store
I sell R. C. A. and Vic-
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Service all Makes Test
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^ VERMIFUGE *
For Expelling 'Worms
Bullington’s Drug Store
Denison, May 15.—Two-year-old
Melba Geane McGirk was found and'gan Monday one of the most inten-
returned to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sive peace-time legislative drives
Clyde McGirk, at 8 a. m. today after with the goal a balanced budget and
wandering for nearly 18 hours in Federal relief before June 10.
woods near the McGirk home, six j Despite a national political cam-
miles southeast of here. ! paign a few weeks ahead, party lines
Her disappearance while playing have virtually vanished in the uni- as. a “*°l<l-out” juror in RKO-Radio brother was injured only slightly,
yesterday led to fears she had been fied effort to assure the Govern- plctures laugh sensation, “Ladies of They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
kidnaped, and more than 200 organ- ment’s credit and to make provision tbe dury’” °Pen'ng today at the Titus Mauldin, well known Collingsworth
ized searchers, including police and for the needy. Theatre. 1 County farmers,
firemen, spent the night looking for coc.inno adnata ...ui Named by critics as one of the,
The child was found a mile and a ........._ ..... .......,____________ ....
quarter from the home and only 50 raising bill up for action. The whole *° c0m€(ly ’n a specially tailored j There has been agitation in a few
yards from a railroad trestle over a program is now in the hands of the ro]®' > counties over Texas to eliminate the
large creek by Mrs. Bertha Johnson ' Senate. | Ladies of the Jury is the story county farm agents and home demon-
of Denison, who was visiting the home | - ,of a typical mixed jury of men and stration agents. In many cases the
Night sessions of the Senate will Named by critics as one of
be jrged beginning Monday night funniest comediennes in motion pic-;
with the vital $1,000,000,000 revenue- tures> Miss 01iver *ives a new mean*
KEEPING THE FARM AGENTS
, women who can only agree to dis- threat comes from county officials
SENT TO SAO PAULO ®8ree> who are being hard-pressed by tax-
| Comedy Thick and Fast I payers who are demanding lower
__________ ____ ________ __________ Rio De Janeira, May 15.—The Fed- With this plot as the motivating taxes. But the people of Texas coun-
told a grim storv of a "night spent in eral Government Sunday ordered two theme, the film plunges into an amaz- 'ties wjn no more stand for a discon-
frantic wandering through brambles warshlPs and two airplanes to the ing series of comic situations and re- ‘ tinuance of this essential educational
and barbed wire fences. Her swoll- State of Sao Paulo> which is torn by veals much of the inside workings of j work than they would for closing the
en eyes also bore evidence of tears I strike troubles. the jury system in the process. schools. County officials must find
shed when darkness overtook her ini Leaders of the strike movement The film tells the story of twelve 'som!B other place to save money,
the woods. j wert; arrested by the Sa0 Paul® au- different types of the jurors who find Money must be saved, but not by dis-
Th child apparently wandered into thorities in a r»id on the headquar- themselves locked in a room for the: continuing a service that is bringing
the woods about 2:30 p. m. An ap-|ters of,the Peters’ union. The raid purpose of deciding the fate of a (back better returns on the tax dol-
peal for help brought volunteer ! ?ccurred as «>e leaders were hold- pretty show girl accused of murder. lar than can be said of a great many
mg an executive council. Fights, accusations and constant otber expenditures.—Ex.
bickering revolve about the person- j _
ality of Miss Oliver who finally wins
of her father, H. L. Johnson, near BRAZILIAN WARSHIPS
the scene of the rescue.
Her bruised bare feet, badly
scratched legs and tattered clothing
searchers from the nearby country
and from Denison, where police and
firemen hastily organized rescue
T. E. L. Class
The class report Sunday morning the others to a verdict of not guilty j Taxes beer, wines and liquors
was not as good as usual, and we fail- by playing on their emotions and consumed in England bring the ex-
She smiled broadly when she saw j
her parents, drank a glass of milk ed to make our class standard. Let’s racial differences.
all make a strenuous effort next | Great Supporting Cast
Sunday to go over the top. We were
and went to sleep.
chequer about $700,000,000 a year.
The film does not depend upon these are Ken Murray, radio and vau-
pleased to have four visitors, some Miss Oliver alone to carry along the deville favorite; Rosco Ates, stutter-
of our old membres. Mrs. Forrest laughs. Director Lowell Sherman ing comedian of “Cimarron;” Kitty
We take this method of publicly stePbenson> accompanied by Miss has provided a supporting cast which Kelly, Guinn “Big Boy” Williams,
thanking the friends who so greatly!Ruth Vandiver> favored the class with includes almost a score of the cine- Kate Price, Cora Witherspoon and
assisted us Saturday night during the a Iovely s°l°-—Reporter. ma’s most noted comedians. Among George Humbert,
disastrous fire which damaged our
store. Your help in removing our
stock to a safe place is highly appre-
ciated, and we will always feel more
kindly toward humanity because of
your actions and of your expressions
E. L. Riddle Jr.
Pet dogs must be black or gray in
color to satisfy the “smart” women in
Paris and they wear little coats to
match their owner’s ensemble.
Ellis Circus Lot
Wednesday, May 18th
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONS
America’s Blues Yodlcr
Most Popular Phonograph Record
Star of Past Five Years
Featuring “BABE MOORE” Re-
cording Artis, and Large Company
of America’s Best Colored Singers.
Dancers and Minstrel Entertainers
I BOYS and GIRLS C1
if Get A Free
All of the Above in
ADDITION TO MORGAN’S
Company Presenting One of the
Greatest Plays Ever Written
A Comedy of the Better Class
q, Tbe Plcasant Daily Times will give you a free adult ticket to the Whale Exhibit and Marine
ow w jc wi e shown here Tuesday and Wednesday, for one new monthly subscription to the
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
Free tickets good afternon or night. Have this coupon filled and present at our office.
Inis blank must be accompanied by 50c.
4—SHOWS IN ONE—4
Truly the Greatest Array of Talent
NATIONALLY KNOWN STARS
Ever Offered at
One Price To All
Choice Seats 10 and 15c Extra
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
Circulation Department X
Mt. Pleasant, Texas. May,......................................1932 *£
(Herewith find 50c)
Ir“™«r!t-.al!Je.!?S!nt tinie 3 Subscriber t0 the Tim€S> R^dly enter my subscription to the f
Only Variety Show Of Its Kind
NEW YORK and HOLLYWOOD
Times for one month and thereafter until I order it discontinued.
My order entitles...................
to a FREE Ticket to the Whale Exhibit.......
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 50, Ed. 1 Monday, May 16, 1932, newspaper, May 16, 1932; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783405/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.