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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO The Decorah Journal democrat maintains tliat G O P stands for Grand Oil County Proas MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY MAY 13 Join All expense escorted tour to Glacier National Park 1T Mason Citys A1 THEATERS Ssearted Tours to Alaska if fouprefer t Plan Your D P A 305 Equltlble t a rf 4etatli of escorted I cbecked below GREAT NORTHERN A Railway Tho Palace Is offerlns Monday and Tuesday four acts of bis time vaude ville headed by Visions of a pretentious presentation featuring Llna Basquette the great dancer late of ZlegfleldaFollies and Sam Ash famous tenor They are assisted by the VUaphono orchestra and company of 60 The feature picture is Mary Astor and Lloyd Hughes ln Sailors Indies Must the battle cry of womeri who have nothing to Is now on the Cecil screen Virginia Vail and Lawrence Gray head the cast For the last halt of the week start ing Wednesday the Palace will offer Corinne Griffith in her latest success The Garden of It runs the gamut of farce comedy and is highly amusing according to critics Charles Ray is in the picture playing a comedy role one of the best that he has ever done it Is claimed The Cohens and Kellys In coming to the Cect Wednesday for three days is not a farce comedy but It is drama ot the relations between the Irishman and the Jew told with an eye always on the comic possibili ties of the tale Manager Heffner ot the Palace states that two pictures are headlined for an early showing at that theater One is The Legion of the Con a story of the air service in the late war and it is considered one of the big pictures of the year The other is Old a Paramount spectacle starring Wallace Beery Woman Wise is coming to the Cecilscreen Saturday and Sunday William Russell June Collyer and Walter Pldffeon head the cast The atory Written by Donald McQibney and James K McGulnness Is laid in the oil fields of Persia and canters about the love affairs of Russell as a neeraowell and United States Consul inN the land ot the pashas June Collyen cast as a heau titul American girl Is sent to Jedta to servo as assistant consul to Pigeon The Bijou offers Monday and Tues day Peaks ot n gripping tale of the mountains Woman and deeply absorbing tale ot the newspaper world will be on the Cecil screen days starting May 21 John Gil bert and Jeanne Bagels are For Wednesday only the Bijou will show Milton Sills in Tlte Sea TigerJ1 J P McGowan actor author and director Is credited with the direction of the new buarty Roosevelt film The Painted now showing at the Star theater There are thrills and action galore In this new western one ot a series of Rix boasting thissame sure fire combination ot star and di rector aided by an excellent support ins cast in which Betty Baker has the feminine lead EXCURSION To Minneapolis St Paul and Return via Minneapolis St Louis Tickets on sale for trains leaving MasonCity p May 19 and a May 20 Return limit leaving St Paul a m Minneapolis a May Tickets good in coaches only M St L Ticket Office Phone 203 RADIO 6N THE AIR Tuesday May 15 Central Standard Time voters service Campaign Jtasues of WRC WGY WGB WSAI WEBH WTMJ KSD WOC WHO WOW WHAS WSM of tlte Law Supreme Iaiv of the nc Vocal Mid WRC WGY WGK WWJ WSAI WEBIl KSD WCCO WOC WHO WOW WDAF KVTOWAA KWIO WOAI WHAS WSM WMC WSB oechestrarWEAF WRC WGY WGR WTAM WWJ WSAI WGN WTMJ KSD WCCO WOO WHO WOW WDAF WWJ WhAl WHAS WSM WMO WSB KOA request WOC WHO WOW WTMJ KSD WHO WOW WEBH Parsons Student in Far Off Cyprus Takes Course FA1RFIELD May sons college learning goes to the far corners ol the world Robert Wil son vho teaches a mission school In the Isle of Cyprus is taking a cor respondence course in education under Prof Laurens D Mason ot Parsons college The lessons travel more than mites by the time they are com pleted by Mr Wilson after receiving the assignment and are corrected by Professor Mason The school in which Mr Wilson teaches is Supported by the Covenanter church of which he is a member Funeral Services for Swea City Woman Held SWEA ClTl May funeral services for Mrs Edward HDlston who died Friday as a result taking poison several days ago held Burial was made in the Har rison township cemetery Mrs Hii sten was 33 years of age and was the daughter ot and Mrs Jack Vaughn She is survived by her par onts one brother two sisters her hgs band and three children Meservey Class on Picnic MESERVEY May Rev H Fannkuk save the members of his Ju nior catechism class a picnic on the church grounds Saturday About 40 children MAT 15 Xlie Associated Press Programs ins ccotral standard time Add one hour for centra daylight time time Is P unlessotherwise Indicated lengths on left of call letters Uilo cycles on riRht Uncle Bob Organ StrombergCarlson WJZ programs Armand girls Slumber music Orchestra organ Concert ensemble Pearl Fishers Orchestras vocal JD Voters service Sttiier Selberling Singers Children of Mooseheart Studio Dance Studio Uncle Quin dinner music Old fashioned almanak Tenor and orchestra Eveready hour Clicquot Eskimos Martha Washington time Short features Scrap book Jack Jean Songs ot Orient Angelus Personalities In Music Topsy Turvy orchestra Lecture Music Auld Sandy Concert orchsstra DX club dance music Musical miniatures Seiberlins Singers Merry Gang aliquot Eskimos Armand Girls Troubadours Orchestra Poneers Rhythmic Ripples Outsellng All J nationwide acknowledgement offAeWorM CreatesJalue Womanfavor Increasing Part in This Success The great reception giveri Hud ionEssex cars by the women of direct recognition of the refinements beauty and con venienccs that have been built into these cars and adapted to the ever growingmotoringneedsofwomen A buying preference of enormous proportions lifts the Essex SuperSix far above the crossfire of competitive claims It is the public itself which says the finest things for Essex It is outselling all other many sections by more than 2 to 1 And with slight variations this preference is the nations and the worlds The new Essex SuperSix is a delight to the lines in fine exterior appoint ment and in careful finish that invites and repays the closest examination Within this satisfaction to the eye and sense is apparent in every detail The quality of the highbacked formfitting you immediately At the slender graceful wheel you look out over the shining beauty of hood saddletype lamps heavy arching fenders to the winged radiator figure that expresses the spirit and fleetness under your hand You have before you the handsome group ing of dials and meters upon the beautiful ebony instrument board Starter and electrolock arc there to your hand too Bendix fourwheel brakes give smooth positive stopping action an added sense of greater All doors are wcatherstripped The body is construction adding to the notably quiet operatiorfof Essex To see to examine to ride in the New Essex SuperSix can bring only one con is the Worlds Greatest Value or part by part Coach 735 Sedan Coupe Ron busut sso All prices Detroit flUJ war excite tax BUMTS can pay for out affoeome at tyuatavaUaMfchargt tor Intersil handltnr and insurance LAPINER MOTOR CO WHO Schedule for TUESDAY TUESDAY May 15 a m Victor record program Personal shopper Ifarltet and weather reports Road reports Orchestra Herble Koch organist Radio farm service U S de partment of agriculture Market reports p m Science ot the week Luncheon hour program Close of the markets U S navy hand NBO Bankers life trio and soloist National leagua women vot ers News summary Christensens Sole Fort Des Molnes Orchestra Selberling rubber co Everready hour Clicquot club Eskimos Armand girls Janssens Hofbrau orchestra Weather reports Cigar Girls Cotton Pickers Red Apple club MinneapoltsSt Pnul740 Stromberg Carlson sextet Selberllng Singers Eveready hour Clicnuot Eskimos Northwest Artists Orchestra WOW Voters Service Orchestra Selberllng Singers CUcquot Eskimos Armand Girls Dance music KSD St 550 Voters service Musical Miniatures Selberltng Singers Eveready hour CHcauot Eskimos EASTERN 12 45 Afternoon features 5 00 Voters Service 6iOO Muslcaat Miniatures Selberling Singers Eveready hour Eskimos dance New OTounaatlon the Blind Stromberg Carlson program Orchestras That Differ Dickens Characters Ripples Continentals Slumbermusic Clicquot Eskimos Dance mualc Musical program symphony SOUTHERN Stromberg Carlson sextet Selberling Singers Eveready hour Clicquot Eskimos Orchestra Ensemble Etudlo program KRLD C50 Feature Dr KRLD Feature Music Foil Association of Commerce Mesgengales contralto Musical program Organ Voters service Stromberg Carlson Sextet Seiberllng Singers hour Clicquot Eskimos Dance music WESTERN Los Quartt features Eveready hour Don Amaizo Concert orchestra dance STARTS TODAY Here Is One You Just Cant Miss The Battle Cry of Women Who Have Nothing to Virginia Valli Matinee Daily Evenings 7 and 9 THEATRE Powers Orchestra Clothes that make the woman often break the man Also News Comedy Never Changing Prices ANY ANY SEAT SEAT Children IQc Listen The Cecil is Mason Citys finest theater and it is giving its patrons BIG SHOWS LITTLE MONEY Starting Wednesday Greatest of All Comedy Hits The Cohens and Kellys in Youll laugh ns you have never laughed before for iaa in special short courses at xtyfirst annual commencement of impson college June The com nencement week activities will begin une 2 Dr Lucius H Bugbee pastor of he Henncpin Avenue Methodist Epls Minneapolis is slated to ellver the commencement addess he baccaulaurcate sermon will be de vered Sunday June 3 by Bishop rehton Thoburn Badley of Bombcy idla an alumnus oE Simpson college he akimnl address Is by Dr Tako hl Ukal of Tokio Japan also a Simp on graduate The class of 1878 will celebrate the ftleth anniversary ot their lon Sad note to favorite eons Joseph a favorite son and his brothers him in a New Attractions Await You at the American Legion Oldtime Dance EVERY SAXUKUAY JN1UUT Admission Always 25 Cents BUDDY ROOSEVELT in a picture from Tom Roans Western novel which ran serially in Action Stories magazine entitled The Painted TraiF A story of romance anil adventure The spirit of the old day on the open Also showing comedy and Patho Ilcvicw STAR Theater Today and Tuesday RIALTO RADIO BIJOU IQc Today IQc THE BIG SHOW For Little Money ACTS BIG TIME J on the By THE ASSOCIATKIJ PRESS Musical features occupy a promi nent place among network programs offered Monday night by Iowa radio stations Starting at with Roxy and his gang on the air from WHO novelty offerings are scheduled In a General Motors program at from AVOC WHO and WOW and at from KOIU The conspiracy ot Aaron Burr one of the great moments of Js booked for retelling at 6 from WOG and WHO The Gypsies go on the air at from WHO Tomorrow night WOC and WHO have listed 1928 campaign issues in a voters service program at 5 and orchestras at 8 and Phone 1183 Ia Salle Sales and Service 1 Block So of Postoffjcc Simpson College Will Graduate 100 Students May hundred senior wit receive full d I Icge dpftrees and 4ft students will ho presented with nnd dlplo Special Ladled Matinee Tuesday 20c UFA IBRODUCTIOH Gripping this tale of moun tain madness Unusual and much much moije Dy namic drama hurtling headlong to a smash cli max 4 WORLDS GREATEST ENTERTAINERS VISIONS OF SPAIN Featuring Una Basquette dancer late ot Ziegtolil and Him Ash tenor and company ot fifty A Great Musical Offering REALIZATION comedy playlet featuring Hxigh Hubert REINALD WERRENRATH World renowned baritone in delightful songs ONEIL AND VERMONT Famous blackface comedians in Two Dark Singing and Talking MARY ASTOR and LLOYD in Sailors Wives Starts Wednesday CORINNE GRIFFITH in THE GARDEN OF EDEN You Will Love Corinne in this Comedy   

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