Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 86, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1929 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1020.
GLADEWATFK B. Y. P. U.
“AUNT LUCIA” TO BE PRESENT. “CAVALIER” SPEED
were a bower of loveliness with large
AMAZED TORRENCE basket 0f gladiolus and hollyhocks.
- The guests were received by Miss
David Torrence, a Scotchman born, Hoffmann gowned in a lovely pink
The program for Sunday, June 23,
“Jesus Betrayed”-—Ruth Phillips. The American Legion play will be I -----, — ---------- -------- ...
“Jesus on Trial”—Georgie Crooks. • presented at West Ward School Au- like his brother, Ernest, went to school chiffon. Promptly at _ .. _________
“Jesus Cnuified”—Alma Hays. j ditorium tonight at 8:15 o’clock. in Edinburgh, and in England and (.Ho dining room was thrown open and
“The Resurrection”—Fay Grigsby j The cast has reached the stage of Germany before coming to America. a picture met the eye. A long table
“The Ri.-rn Lord Appears”—May perfection and an unusual hit in bur- Kor eight years he appeared in theat- banned in pink petunias with tall
Helen Dri rgers.
“Jesus Appears to Peter”
“Marching Orders”—Mable Allen.
“Tin Imperative Reason”—Helen
Mrs. Sam Willson entertained the
Wednesday Bridge Club at her home
Wednesday afternoon with three tab-
les of bridge. Mrs. Thomas Cald-
well Jr., won high scoi’e for club
members and Mrs. Bonnie Jones car-
ried off the cut prize. Miss Lalla
Lazarus won guest prize. A deli-
cious salad course was served to the
rical productions with such notables as tapers, place cards and nut cups, car-
Maude Adams, Richard Mansfield and rymg out the cojor scheme with mass-
Ethel Barrymore, and then entered es 0f pinl. voses and snapdragons in
the movies for the first time in Cos- the back ground was a beautiful pic- i quests and the following members:
mopolitan’s production, “The Inside tUre for the guests. A unique and' Mesdames C'has. Lide, Bonnie Jones,
, nnektnii ffUWoH i Thos. Caldwell Jr., J. B. Steffli
j lesque comedy is in st
Adric Pleasant tonight.
The play opens with a curtain rais-
er in the form of a Baby Pageant for
which Damon Foster will read. . ,
Joe Black plays the title role and of the CuP-” beautiful fruit cocktail was followed 1 hos- Caldwell Jr., J. B. ^epHens,
will keep the audience in an uproar He has appeared with nearly all the in succession with a delicious dinner Wilson Jones, Marshall Branch, O. C.
Angel food cake.
“T Church must Act”—Ceary
Grnliain. j from start to finish. The entire cast screen notables, but he says he never topped off with »
‘‘Somebody must go”—Bill Crooks. ■ from co-eds to college professors, is saw so much action in his entire ca- tachio cream and
“Somebody must Send”
“Everybody Must Help"—Jimmie
A. D. Me-1 good, so good they will make your reer as occurs in “The Cavalier,’ Tif-
sides split With joy. fany-Stahl’s special production fea-
The Glee Club pours forth some ex- turinS Richard Talmadge, Barbara
West Midway Club Meets
On each plate as a souvenir, was a
miniature bride dressed in pink. Jim-
mie Williams acted as toast master
Lilienstern Jr., Clyde Taylor, Allen
Phillips, Cheney Riddle, Miss Kath-
erine Vaughan and the hostesj(|jj
_ Of Swiss invention is a pocket mo
cellent harmony and the audience will Bedford and Torrence, showing at the and with his clever jokes and tact' tion picture projector about the size
find gales of laughter and thrills of
merriment in the Flapper Chorus
composed of prominent local business Torreno,
Titus Theatre Friday and Saturday.
tus rneu.rr *——J calling on others present, and the re- of a cigarette case’ uslng an
Torrence plays the part of Ramon sponges made fH endinff fm, a flashlight battery to supply J^uth
.rreno, the product of the Barcelona most dejiehtfu] evening. The euests hpht-
The Women’s Home Demonstration men.
Club met Tuesday, June 18, 1929, withj The
Mrs. Nora Roach in an all day meet-
Several cans of beans, cabbage and
corn were canned with the steam pres-
sure canner, which was interesting.
two curls choruses are very
. , , ... , ." countless acres,
clever song and dance hits and will
be presented between acts.
The furniture for the stage setting
is complimentary of the Masters &
Thomas Company, and the pails for
wine shops wtio has won in apaiivs
New World Empire untold riches and ^
^ Vaughan, Carlynn Cleland, Damon
were Misses Winnie Willson, Carroll j
The story describes
A Swedish engineer claims to
it • Foster, Laura Hoffmann, Mildred invented a bituminous road covering
the journey ofL^®au^fu^ _^Af* Fleming, Mrs. Geo. Wessell and Miss substance that has four times the re-
Katherine Vaughan; Messrs. Wilbur distance of ordinary asphalt to high
Brannon, Jimmie Williams, D. T. temperature.
Austin and Webber Beall.
| Don’t miss this great collegiate com- oppression of His helpless peons.
; edy. It is by far the biggest event
lever stage in Mt. Pleasant. You will
want to see it both nights.
A very nice dinner was served,1 milkmaid chorus of R. H. Meadows
which every one enjoyed. Then the Hardware Co.
business was attended to.
Mrs. Winnie Rountree was appoint-
ed representative of the club.
The following were present: Mes-
dames Hales Walker, Katie Oliver, J.
D. Rogue, Ben Rountree, Dora Ben-
ton, Mildred Morgan, Ruby Roberts,
Hazel Rountree and Jaora Benton.
The next meeting will be July. 16,
w’:th Mrs. J. D. Bogue, for the purpose]
of learning to cull chickens.—Report-j
quista, whose hand he has bought in
marriage to his son, from Spair. to
the Torreno hacienda where the wed-
ding will take place, showing her ro-
mantic meeting with El Caballero,1
the mysterious avenger of Torreno’s American Telephone & Telegraph
“The Cavalier,” the answer to a
The development of their romance,
in spite of the threats and cruelties
of the Torrenos, involves everyone in
a thrilling succession of duels, escapes
abductions, dual identities and other 1 a,v’ '.u •*.
The regular quarterly dividend
Two lovers find a way to happi-
ness in spite of the whole world rang-
ed against them.—Titus Monday and
■ maiden’s prayer, her defender against episodes> for the story
I greed and avarice.
-Titus Monday and
adapted from Max Brand’s famous
adventure novel, “The Black Rider.”
Two Dollars and Twenty-Five Cents!
($2.25) per share will be paid on Mon-
1929, to stockholders of
record at the close of business on
June 20, 1929.—H. BLAIR-SMITH,
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Box of
Dallas are visiting relatives in the
I county this week.
Mrs. J. M. Burford and son, Sam,
of Dallas are visiting relative ^ere
“At making rhymes I’m not a
scream, but I can tell the best of
cream: Grisham’s Ice Cream just can’t
be beat; think it over and give your-
self a treat.”—Florey Fowler.
Dagger and sword against a ring
of foes to protect the girl of his
dreams from a hated marriage.—Titus
Friday and Saturday.
Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
The regular quarterly dividend of
one dollar and seventy-five cents per
share on Preferred Stock will be paid
on Monday, July 1, 1929, to stockhold-
ers of record at the close of business
on Thursday, June 20, 1929.—R. A.
NICKERSON. Treasurer. ldw
Mrs. W. R. Swan has returned from
a two weeks’ visit with relatives in
West Terre Haute, Indiana.
Honoring the Austin-Vaughan Bridal
Enna Jettick Health Shoes
Lide’s Cash Store—tf
“The Cavalier,” action and thrills
and romance crowd the scenes—stunts
- j and beauty run riot.—Titus Monday
j Miss Laura Hoffmann entertained and Tuesday.
with a beautiful 5-course dinner Wed- j -
nesday evening at her lovely home on' Rufus Garrett and family of Fort
the East Side. The spacious rooms, Worth visited relatives here tHis week.
T. T. Masters of Terrell is visiting
relatives here this week. flHLs..
G. W. Johnson of Clarksville spent
Thursday morning here with friends.
Daily Times Want Ads Pay.
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with bath, for light housekeeping,—
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 86, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1929, newspaper, June 20, 1929; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784935/m1/2/: accessed March 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.