Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 131, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1937 Page: 4 of 4
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Joe Louis on 26th
NEW YORK, (INS)—Joe Louis
probably will reign longer as
heavyweight champion than any
fighter since John L. Sullivans
ciay—unless Max Sfhmeling can
t;o what no other heavy-weight
1,tie-holder has ever done. That
i;, regain the championship.
The Brown Bomber figures to
freeze through his first defense
against Tommy Farr here on
Aug. 26, and after that Schmel-
ing—for the time being, anyhow
THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Fun Goes High, Wide and
Handsome as these happy stars
Go Gay In
audience as one of the top come-1 Whatley
dies of the season
Based on the superb whimsy of
the screen play, adapted from
Thorne Smith’s sensational novel,
“Topper,” the brilliant talent of
the principles provided uproar-
ious fun and fast-moving action
from the opening scene until
the final fade-out.
Grant are presented as delight-
fully gay but rollicking madcap
ghosts who involve Roland
Young in astounding adventures
, and ribald escapades in their Con-
ception of doing a “good deed”
in changing the normal life of a
sedate bank president in order
I that they can escape a spiritual
! prison. Billie Burke, Alan Mow-
bray, Eugene Pallette and others
give admirable support to the
The deft direction of Norman
Z. McLeod, the beautiful photo-
worth of Longview.
Mickie was the recipient
many nice gifts.
! An Appreciation
j For Past Business
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
L. E. Lamb, Pastor
“I was glad when they
unto me, let us go into the house ronage that has been given
of the Lord.” Mortal men should during our stay in business
We wish to express our most
said' sincere appreciation for the pat-
| rejoice in the privilege of wor-
an ar^ ship. Come with us for the ser-
vices Sunday and make the Sab-
bath the blessing God would
have it to be.
Sunday School—9:45 a. m.
We have a well organized school
with a class for every age. Bring
the entire family.
Morning Worship—11:00 a. m.
The pastor will preach on the
subject, “Vanity of Vanities.
Mrs. H. L. Warlick is the soloist
for the morning.
Baptist Training Union—7:00
p. rn. Henry Hays, director. There
is a union for each age group
we can be of further service to
you, it will be our pleasure to
serve you. _
We have sold our business, the
Bankhead Service Station SUB
Grocery, to Mr. and Mrs. Theron
M. Jones and we highlv recom*
mend them to you. They are
fully capable of serving with the
same type of service or better, i*
than we. To patronize them is
K , MS. PHL BLACKWELL,
Bankhead Service Station & Gro.
ankhead Service Station & Gro r*
fects by Roy Seawright combine
to make ‘Topper” one of the
season’s entertainment treats.
Mickie Magrill Celebrates 6th
Birthday With Party
| Mary Carlisle
—will be the only challenger left
Because he did it once, the
German must be given a chance
to knock Louis out again, or to
take a decision. If he can’t or
doesn’t dethrone the 23-year-old
negro the current reign should
stretch through seven or eight
years, and perhaps longer. I’m
assuming all the time that he will
belt Farr out.
This takes no account of the
young heavyweights who will
be coming along during the
next few years to make passes at
Louis. But in that connection, if
Louis can get by Schmeling in a
return match, and prove that he
had an off night before or still
was too green at the time, then
the supposition must be that he is
as great as many have believed
him to be from the start.
The Bomber might even tie Sul-
I livan’s championship tenure
which lasted a decade from the
time he was given official recog-
nition after knocking out Paddy
graphy by Norbert Brodine and j pians will be made Sunday even-
; the amazing special camera ef- i jng for the quarterly association-
~ — al meeting to be held in Pitts-
burg Friday evening.
Evening Service—8:00 p. m.
The evening services are always
evangelistic. You will enjoy the
fine fellowship, the congregation-
al singing, the special music and
the evangelistic sermon.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday
evening, at 8:00.
Our Fall Revival will begin
Sunday, August 29. Plan to at-
R. Magill entertain- ^gnd every service. Rev. H. H.
Davis of Dallas will preach and
Carl D. Mauzy of Springfield,
Missouri will direct the music.
We invite you to worship with,
“The Friendly Church With a
me aieu wnu ’— —; at 8 o clock ana ai 1U O CIOCK.
for and served with delicious punch. | Father Rubi of Wichita Falls will
| The hostess carried out the lovely j ^ presentf and every one is in-
of colors of pink and blue in the | vited to attend.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
BOYS AND GIRLS
We will give a big Balloon free with each Ice Cream Cone
Saturday and Sunday
We serve only Boedeker’s Ice Cream—(Just a Little Better).
Nyal Service Drug Store^
ed a number of children at her
Ryan in 1882 until Jim Corbett home on West 12th Street
took the title in 1892. Thursday afternoon, the occas-
The next longest reign was Jim ion being the 6th birthday anm-
Jeffries’ seven years after he versary of her son, Mickie.
knocked out Bob Fitzsimmons, Amusing games and contests
who previously had knocked out were enjoyed on the law nat the
Corbett. Jack Johnson later Magill home from 4^o 0 o’clock
equalled Jeffries seven years and after which the guests were in-
still later Jack Dempsey came vjte(j into the dining room where
along to make it a three-way tie. a beautiful birthday cake, decor-
Dempsey was the last of the ated with six candles was cut
monarchs to hold the throne for
fore than a couple of years.
Starting with Sullivan, first ______ __ r_____
the champions under modern table appointments, and colorful
rules, here are the fights in which baloons were given as favors,
the title changed hands: ! Those enjoying this delightful j
John L. Sullivan knocked out affair were; Jane Little> Martha'
Paddy Ryan, nine rounds, 1882; gue and Billy Porter, Gerron1
Jim Corbett knocked out Sullivan, Dgan and Margenia Blackburn,
21 rounds, 1892; Bob Fitzsimmons Charles and Billie Robinson, Roy
knocked out Corbett, 14 rounds, | Harold Trice, Taylor Beason,
1897; Jim Jeffrie. knocked Donnie Mack Bean, Joan and
Fitzsimmons, 11 rounds, 1899, Paul Driggers. Linda Ann
Tommy Burns outpointed Marvin ■ q __ .. -
Hart, 20 rounds, 1906, succeeding j LEGAL NOTICE—W. W. and
Jeffries, who had retired unde- ^ H Bullington, operating as
feated; Jack Johnson knocked out B„llin t(m Drug store, W. H.
(technically) Tommy Bums, ]L4 Bullingto(n, manager, in con-
rounds, 1908; Jess Willard knock- j formh* ^th |jouse Bill No. 77
ed out Johnson, 26 rounds 1915,; ^ the second called session of
Jack Dempsey knocked out (tech-
MASS AT CATHOLIC CHURCH
There will be Mass at the
Catholic church Sunday morning
at 8 o’clock and at 10 o’clock.
nically) Willard three rounds,
| the Forty-Fourth Legislature
„ _ ,__■ . j of the State of Texas, hereby
1919; Gene Tunney outpointed *
Dempsey, 10 rounds, 1926; Max1*™ not.ee that they wdlap-
Schmeling won on foul from Jack Ply ■ renewal of the.r Med.-
cLd -TS North jX£|
Camera knocked out Sharkey, 0 Street, Mt. Pleasant, Titus |
Cleans Better and
P. D. THORNTON
rounds, 1933; Max Baer knocked
out (technically) Camera, 11 j
rounds, 1934; Jim Braddock out-;
pointed Baer, 15 rounds, 1935; i
Joe Louis knocked out Braddock,
eight rounds, 1937.
Office Above First Nat’L Bank
Office 498 -Phones- Night 238
“Topper,” which came
R. H. MEADOWS
Texan Theatre yesterday, was you wm Bnd a complete line of
hilariously received by a packed j Hardware and Household Needs.
China Ware and Crystal Ware
Prices are always Right
Be Freeh and Lovely With
A NEW PERMANENT
This summer, enjoy the comfort
and smart appearance that easily
cared for hair gives you . . . get
a permanent and achieve beauty
and comfort in one move! Come
CHOOSE FROM MANY NEW
DESIGNED BY OUR
OWN BEAUTY EXPERTS
machine or the oil method.
Telephone 48 For Appointment.
VAUGHAN’S BEAUTY SHOP
WONE*» MRS. VACGHAN. prop.
“We Build Up h » StanC-iJ, Not down to a Piiee.”
Sales & Service for
Keystone Monarch Wagons
Ask for Demonstration
P. O. Box 790 — — Phone 417
104 East Fifth Street
Mt. Pleasant, Texas
j-.-.n.-i.n.-inrrnrii—i-------- ■ ■
FOR RENT—2 room furnished
apartment. See Carl Huckabe at
Fire Station. tf.
FOR RENT—Desirable bed room.
Mrs. J. M. Ellis, 1118 North Jef-
ferson Avenue. 20-3d
MONEY Can be made using Daily
Times Want Ads—they pay big
profits on small investment.
FOR RENT—Unfurnished du-
plex. 4 rooms and bath. H. H.
FOR SALE—Choice building lot
at a bargain. See Harry Gris-
FOR RENT—2-room furnished
apartment. Call this office tf
We have several good farms ^
priced right. A. S. Mitchell Co.
I Phone 233. tf
Bargains in residence lots. Call
A. S. Mitchell Co., Phone 233 tf j
Call 233, A. S. Mitchell Co. for
anything in Mt. Pleasant real!
List your property with us for
quick sale. A. S. Mitchell Co. tf
the arrival of the newest in
DORIS HAT SHOP
Located at Edna. Jones Dress Shoppe
Miss Ruby Blankenship in charge ^
When men gather in the golf club locker
room ... or at any other place ... and call
for a quality brew, one brand is usually
preferred. Of course it’s.......
When women gather to play a rubber of
bridge ... or just to talk as women do...
for satisfying refreshment they prefer one
beer obove oil others. Of course it s "
And in the country clubs ... the smart res-
taurants ... the exclusive homes ... wher-
ever you find discriminating people . .. one
beer is colled for above all others.
Of course it's ..
Of course it's SCHUTZ ... for there is no
other beer like the Beer that Made Milwaukee
Famous. No other beer is made the same
way. Every drop of SCHLITZ is brewed from
the world’s finest ingredients ... under
Precise Enzyme Control... to be the world s
finest beer... SCHUTZ is always good ond
Qfrod for you. Each bottle and can contains
Sunshine Vitamin D.
I, ■ '
Copyright 1917, Jo». DchlittSwvtogCo^»Ww«Bk«^W»^^
The BEER That
Made Milwaukee Famous
JO*. tCHUIZ MEWING COMPANY, WR-
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 131, Ed. 1 Friday, August 20, 1937, newspaper, August 20, 1937; Mt. Pleasant, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth866816/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.