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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN 25 1929 Britt Man Raises Big Lemon in Greenhouse BRITT Jan Wlllodson has raised a lemon In his greenhouse here which weighed 24 ounces nml inpd 24 inches around One of the leni ons of tho Is sala to havo pro duced two cups of Juice or enough for Cive pies Henrys fiveday week martts an ad vance but what the country seems to want most Is a fiveclay Davenport A X J2S2 SiYLEliHO PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC CO Tor Better Appliances MATINEE ATINEE WkW Y4VVV 25c BIJOU EVENING 35c 3 DAYS STARTING MONDAY 75000 GIRLS WERE REPORTED MISSING IN THE PAST YEAR A VIVID PORTRAYAL OF WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME WITH MUSIC AND SOUND EFFECTS AT MASON CITYS THEATERS The Palace is showing for llio last tinis Friday Jan 25 Gary Cooper and Fay Wray In The First Kiss the latest picture of these new young screen lovers Four acts of vltaphone vaudeville headed by Abe Lyman am his famous orchestra are also heard Friday Jan 25 will be your last op portunity to see Mother Knows Beat at the Cecil Edna Ferbers popular book has been made Into this delightful production and many favor able comments have been heard dur ing Us engagement at the Cecil ac cording to Mr Arthur manager It is the type of picture that will make you laugh and cry The Bijou offers for the last lime Friday Jan 25 Dixie Wllteona story Tlie Three King Marriage a story of the big top featuring Mary As tor and Lloyd Hughes Chapter four of Terrible People is also scan Saturday and Sunday the Cecil will present a clever stage show consisting ot four acts of bigtime vaudeville and on the screen Rod La Roctjue In an amusing comedy JLove Over Night Critics saythat La Rocque was never aeen to better advantage The feature stage attraction Is the Paco and Florence Hevue consisting ot a company of clever musicians and snappy dancers They entertain with music dances and catchy musical numbers Myersand Sterling will of fer a comedy sketch entitled Well Were Home Anthony wni entertain with a musical novelty that la peppy and It always goes over wifh a bang according to press reports Tuga and company an oriental novelty which is without the usual hokuspokus will delight with a series of amazing and awsqme illusions Yuja famous mys tic entertainer the company This bill for Saturday and Sunday looks very Inviting It to a well bal anced program Why do girls leave home What be comes of them The perils and pit modern flappers Is dramati cally shown n The Port of Missing Girls big sensational feature which will be shown at the Bijou for 3 days starting Monday The picture will be presented with sound and is the first sound production to be offered at tho Bijou An allstar cast headed by Barbara Bedford Malcolm McGregor Wyndhaon and Hedda Hopper give a most pleasing presentation accord Ing to critics Universal departed from the ex pected movie ending in filming Man Woman and Wife a dramatic story ot the underworld opening at the Iowa Jan 26 The lead Ing character played by Norman Ker ry does an unusual act which is as startlingas It Is The pro duction Is highly thrilling ana origi nal In Edward Laemmle fit rectes It from a story by Charles A Logue In tho supporting company aro Pauline Starke Marlon Nixon Kenneth Harlan Crauford Kent and Bryon Douglas D W Griffiths much talked of suc pess Tho Battle of tho Sexes Is com ing to the Cecil for three days next j week This well known producer has taken a page from the book called Life and tells of lowly lures of lave arid of the age old struggle of human ity the battle of sexes It Is a powerful screen offering featuring Jean Hersholt Phyllis Haver with 1 Belle Benett 1 If you wanted to be bad could you make good This Is the situation which confronts Colleen Moore In hei latest big Sin which opens at the Palace Saturday The picture has the added feature being cot to muslq and sound and ycu will hear as well as see The themo song Is 1Betty written for Colleen by Nathaniel Shilltret who composed the theme song for VLllac Time Jeannlne I Dream of Lilac Time Lon Ctmney who is always welcome s to he at the Cecil Monday and Tues day In West Zanzibar It glvei this star many opportunities for his famous characterizations Strange tricks and Illusions of the African Jun gle make this a magnetic film pro jductlon The story Is one of terrific revenge and great love and has been taken from the Broadway success Congo John Gilbert one of lie most popu lar of screen stars has been booked at the Cecil In Masks of The Devil It Is said that Gilbert does the beat acting of his successful career in this production WlllUm TTalnes who Is always wise cracking even during his work on the lot Is coming to the Cecil soon In Alias Jimmy Valentine This star Is shown In a new type In this famous old crook play Joan Crawfords new picture in Dream of Love and It Is said to be n whizz It will soon be seen at the Cecil Critics It Is one of the years greatest hits ZUBROD FUNERAL SERVICES HELD 87 Year Old Man Had Been Resident of Chickasaw County 53 Years Women of Hancock County Farm Bureau Board Meet at Britt and Name Heads BRITT Jan women of the Farm Bureau board of Hancock county met the first of the week at Brut in the Odd Follows hall at an all day meetlg Mrs Ernest Schubert Britt was reelected county chairman and Mrs Ed Okleyof Corwlth was re elected secretary and publicity chair man Des Moines Broker Asks Damages MEMPHIS Jan 25 that they tried to ruin his business reputation by falsely accusing him of embezzlement H B Schwaegler Des Jfofnes broker asks damages In federal court from the Highland District Fruit Exchange ot Nashville Ark nnrt H T Peepers of California ita agenl HAMPTON Jan The fu neral services were held Thursday af ternoon at oclock from the home on West Main street here for Valen tine Zubrod 87 who died at his home In this city Monday morning after a brief Illness Mr Zubrod had been a resident this county for 53 yeara He was born In Germany on March 21 1841 and when 7 years old he camo with his parents tothls country amZ settled at Burlington Wls He was married to Florentine Bear man In 1869 and to this union five children were born all of whom sur vive except one Vincent who died In early childhood The others are Mai tin Pon du Lac Wls Joseph Oel weln Mary Sioux City and John of this city In 1904 he was married to Jane Fos ter of Spring Valley Minn Seven teen years ago they moved to this city they have made their home ever since Ha la survived by his widow and four children 12 grand children and three great grandchildren Services were conducted by the Rev Harry Secor pastor of the Baptist church and burial was mods in Grace land cemetery New Pastor Assumes Charge at Swea City SWBA Jan Siemeni Qrantsburs VflB took charge of tlio local Baptist pulpit the early port of the week lie was for merly in tho Methodist conference but was only a licensed preacher His home at Estliervllle where his folks live having moved there from Buf falo Center Ha takes the pulpit va cated by his John who left for the Central Baptist church at Duluth Minn srouo of Cjalers held by DCS pollco In the city jail in ac cordance with a drive to rid the city of criminal suspects from Chicago Baptists at Sheffield Meet and Elect Officers SHEFFIELD Jan first Baptist church held its annual busi ness meeting and election ot officers Officers were elected as follows Church clerk Mrs Harry Baxter trustee Heike Rust Jr treasurer W E Lockwood pianist Mrs Fred Elch meler assistant pianist Eva Bishcl chorister W E iKjckwood ushers Carl and August Heldkross assistant ushers Fred Bichmeler and Henry Oetklns finance commissioners H Fronlns Bert Bust and Fred Held kross Superintendent of Sunday school H A Rust assistant superintendent W E secretary Mrs Ten Perrin treasurer Mrs C A Kneas pianist Eva BIshel and chorister Heike Rust Jr Coon Rapids Editor Dies COON RAPIDS Jan SB uel D Henry 75 former postmaster and for 4B years publisher of the En terprise here Is dead Five Floaters Helil DES MOINES Jan 25 men were nddod yesterday to tho BIJOU LAST TIMES TODAY Dixie Willsons STORY THAEERING MARRlAGt State YMC A Committee Names Years Officers DES MOINES Jan 25 state committee of the Y M C A has elected W H Brenton of Dallas Cen ter chairman George M Poster Ot tuimva vice chairman Eugene Wulke fuhler ottumwa secretary and W R Johnson Davenport and Dr J E Bullard Marshalltown directors Iowa Murder Trial Opens sroux crrv jan ot Henry Eastman 21 on a second de sreo murIer charge started here yes terday Ho is accused of slaying Amlel Betzworlh ID in an argument over a girl ALSO Chapter 4 Terrible People CROSLEY RADIO SALES AND SERVICE Batteries and tubes Radio Re pair Service on any set 0 Gregerson Phone 884 423 4th S W Minnesotas Road Bond Issue Favored FAIRMONT Minn Jan Fairmont association and the Martin County Business Mens association went on record several days aso in favor of 20000OdO road bond issue and adopted a resolution asking Sen August Saggau and Rep Walter Adams to vole for its adoption Watch Your Kidneys Scanty or Too Frequent Excretions Demand Prompt Attention ers are too serioiu to JNignore It pays to heed the early signals Scanty burning or too frequent kidney excretions a drowsy listless feel ing lameness stiffness and constant taclcache are timely warnings Heed them To promote normal kidney action and tssist your kidneys in cleansing your blood of poisonous wastes use Doans Pills Endorsed by users everywhere Ask your neighbor 50000 Users Endorse Doans Doans Pills A Stimulant Diuretic to the Kidneys At 75c t bor FetterMil bum Co Mfg Oiemiitt Bufftlo N Y C IOWA in BARGAIN DAY 1UC Thrills Action Speed TARZAN THE MIGHTY UNMASKED Fun THE BULL FIGHTER and GIRLIES BEHAVE THEATER SAT SUN MON NORMAN KERRY PAULINE STARKE MARIAN NIXON in MAN WOMAN AND WIFE A Most Unusual Picture SEE IT JLsi LAST TIMES TODAY GARY COOPER and FAY WRAY in THE FIRST KISS and 4 Acts Vitaphone Vaudeville STARTS SEE AND HEAR Colleen as a good little bad irl looking for the wicked way of the Great White Way She wanted to be an actress in the worst and almost succeeded But i wellknown playwright signed her to for life With Sound and Music with ANTONIO MORENO ALSO SONNENBERGLEWIS WRESTLING MATCH MASON CITYS FINEST THEATER Last Times Today ITS A WONDER PICTURE IT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH AND CRY THEATRE lomorrow and Sunday Stupendous Stage and Screen Show 4 BIG ACTS VAUDEVILLE 4 A SHOW OF REAL JOY THAT SETS THE PACE FOR REAL ENTERTAINMENT Featuring PACO FLORENCE REVUE Pretty Girls Snappy Songs Nifty Dances A Rollicking At traction With an Original Idea in Stage Revues That Will Make You Glad ANTHONY MYERS STERLING A MUSICAL NOVELTY IN WELL WERE HOME YUGA HIS ORIENTAL WONDER WORKERS Vaudevilles Greatest Sensation Amazing Illusions By a Troupe of Genuine India Fakirs From the Far East Something New and Entirely Different THE SCREEN ROD IAROCQUE love Over Mqht A SWIFT MOVING COMEDY GOOD FOR A BUNCH OF GOOD LAUGHS BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY ANY ANY SEAT SEAT Children lOc This is One of the Years Most Pretentious Shows and One the Management Wishes to Call Particular Attention to As It Has No Equal For Real Entertainment Coming Loa Chaney in TAKEN IN THE AFRICAN JUNGLES   

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