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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 7 1929 GOLDENS STOMACH TABLETS efficient in tho treatment relief of occasional or established Ijmach disorders such as ulcer Jys eastritlf sour and alcoholic nmaclt Cor Froe Pamphlet t A A GOLDEN CO AVnsli Aye NT Uejinrtinoiit 10 lj Miniicuixilis Clears KON DONS will do It quick Cold inhead corruntSBlBnd dryeaUrrh headache earache deafness aorenoHeRorelipabad breath rOMColdhayfeTer Aak jour i doctor or dentist At SOe or 60c in tubes doiUK good treatment tin Writ for your t now KELLYS HARP ORCHESTRA WillBe Back For AMERICAN LEGIONS OLDTIME DANCE AT THE ARMORS SATURDAY NIGHT FEBRUARY 9 ADMISSION ALWAYS 25c FEATURES ON THE AIR Friday Feb 8 Centra Standard Time of KUKA WLW WJR KYW KAVK KlIiC WHAS WSM WSB KSTP KOA KSIj KlO KGO KFI KGW KOMO KIIQ WEBO WMC ojiera The Romantic KDKA WlAV UJB KYW WREN HPRC WOAI WHAS WSitt WSB KSTI KOA KSL KPO KGO KFI KGW HOMO KHQ WMC minufo men WADO WKRO WGHP WMAQ KMOX KJIBO KOIL WSPD WI1K WCCO W1SN FRIDAY Feb R By The Associated Tress ProgrnniK in central standard time All hue is P M unless otli ernlsB indicated m left of call letters kilocycles nn right clear channel station pro crams in detail with an appended list of some nf tlie more stations Chicago 1020 Uncle Bob Orchestra health circus Orchestra and cavaliers Review light opera Challengers feature News slumber music Orchestra Insomnia club Revue of show tunes Hour ot features Royal Canadians Night club program Farmer Rusk Late Evening features 1 hr Qllin nlghthawks almanak Radio floorwalker An evening In Paris Theater gang Great moments In oneraw 6JO WLS 870 livestock service Talks Scrapbook Angelus Quakers Musical Showboat WMAQ Chicag Topsy turvy Orchestras WOR programs 3 hrj AmosAndy potpourri Dance music 3 hrs WOC 1000 Mechanics or mirth Broadcasters olub Orchestra and cavaliers An evening in Paris Brass band 1VBAF program WCXWJR 750 Musical features Quakers review Light opera challengers Music news Amos dance U of Michigan hop WCCO MinneapolisSt Musical program WOR programs Music Ramblers musical Dance quartet A new Reo Flying Cloud JHE MATE Different but not too different the first requisite pf good fashion Reo is readily1 distinguished from all other cars by its distinctive new wave line that f accentuates the graceful contour of the forefenders A modish car well proportioned built for swift motion And of course the same fine car mechanically that Reo has always been 1 Now you can have a Reo Flying Cloud at a lower price than ever before REO MOTOR CAR COMPANY LANSING MICHIGAN FLYJNG CLOUD THE MATE IS PRICED FROM TO i520 FLYING CLOUD THE MASTER IS PRICED FROM H595 TO JIMS TALCOTT REO CO FORMERLY REO MOTORSALES CO 722 South Federal Phone 971 Quaint Story Is Told ot Last of North Iowa Mills 4Z3 WOR Newark 710 Crystal gazer Then and now Story hour United Choral singers Thirty minute men News dance hour WGY Scheneclady Musical program An evening in Paris Brass band 300 Concert bureau hour 0 AT MASON CITYS THEATERS William Halnes has turned to drama In his latest film Alias Jimmy Val entine which will continue at the Cecil thru Friday This star la shown in a new type and he proves very sueceas ful in thia old crook melodrama This picture is one of the most enjoyable productions ot tha season The Palace offers starting Saturday for four days The Redeeming Sin1 another Warner Bros talking pic tures featuring Dolores Costello and Conrad Nagcl It Is a thrilling story of London underworld life All the thrillingscenes will be heard as well as teen In fact this IB Miss Costellos first real talking picture The new novelty Fox Movietone News the talking news reel will also be heard together with vitaphone vaudeville Saturday and Sunday he Cecil will liave on the screen Aed McCobbs Daughter starring Irene Rich It Js a gripping story of a smiling law breaker ftnd of womanly love It vi brates with tense drama and tingling thrills On the stage will ba pre sented four acts of bigtime vaudeville acts for this weekend are ex ceptionally good according to press re ports It Is a bill that is sure to pleass Mr Arthur bill at the Palace Thursday Feb 7 is Milton Ellis fn his latest picture Tho Crash thrilling railroad atory It is a typical Mills story filled with action telling of railroad life and there are many thrilling scenes in cluding a great headon collision Ncit Monday and Tuesday tlie Cecil will have Joan Crawford In her latest iTiee of Love ihls Is what critics term a perfect love picture ana It will stir you as few pictures do You will Eee scenes or passion and beauty gowns and costumes worth a fortune and Joan wl deIKllt I Dream she did in Our Dancing The Jlrat per cei will ba offered at ths PalaceVthc near future Every offering on the bll will bo i talking or singing picture program wiM bo headed by Par amounts first 100 per cent talking Picture Interference and win in clude several new talkie novelties Starting next Wednesday Feb 13 UB Cecil theater will Inaugurate ft gurate new entertainment policy The ft big Situated on Bear Creek Near Quandahl Mill Has Run 50 Years QUANDAHL Feb 9f the littlecustom woolen mills of north eastern Iowa and of the whole state is N X Folkodahls mill on Bear creek near Quandahl In Winneshlek county It keens right on running winter and summer In fact It never has beon out ot operation for over half a century Sixty years ago these water power woolen mills were common enough along Iowas streams Otien grist and woolen mills on some stream would be turned by the same water power and the settler would bring to mill in the same load wheat to be ground Info flour and wool to be spun Into yarn Only Clothing Source Cities and railroads were far from theIowa farmers those days and the little woolenl mills were the solo source of supply for yarn for stock ings mittens and comforters to keep the families warm In their cabin homes thru the bitter winters Now these woolen mills are only memories Most of them were aband oned so long ago that the present gen eration never saw them But the Bear Creek mill has hell to life with sin gular tenacity Perhaps because the country roundabout Quandahl is rough and the region sparsely settledcom pared to most of Iowa It Is a good sheen country and most every farm has a little flock But doubtless the real reason Is tlmt In the compare live Isolation the farm mothers have been slower than women In better neighborhoods to surrender the tradi tion that they want yarn made from thp wool or their own sheep The Bear Creek mill was founded In JS77 hy John Monroe a Scotchman who hifl learned spinners tradeIn England He lived only thres years after lit built the mill and lies burled on the hti above It A son carried on the spinning business for some after Ills fathers death Thou It was bought by the present owner who linrt been in employe or the Monroes Tarns Arc Made building on tlm creek bank Is or rough rock fiuarrled nearby Tile rude exterior little prepared one for Iho amount of machinery housed Inside Mr Folkedaht works alone except for occasional help from his two ions Quilt bedding and knitting yarns ars made The mil runs the year round The clear swift waters of Bear creek come down short sluice to turn a turbine and provide power to run the machinery Nearby is the farm home ana corn grain and pasture for Mr Is farmer as well as miller His carding and spinning go on In an agricultural Betting not unlike Eur ope where so often an Idustry is car ried on either under the same roof as HID rarm iome or close to It Tho a large part of Mr Folljedahls J UJK feature pictures will nil be shown with tluce acts of vaudeville booked by the RadloKelthOrphcum circuit Sun rise one of the seasons masterpieces will ba the first screen ottering pre sented under tho new policy which is being followed in tho larger cities tlio country over Sunrise is a dramatic conflict oC temptations It Is highly emotional and Janet Gaynor and George OBrlon havo tlie greatest roles i Uielr carcor9 stage show which will bo presented every day I will consist ot threo acti of vaudeville I whlcli play the KolthOrpheum thea ters Eacli act wilt high grado and such acts an tho Cecil will hav together with feature scrnon produc tions will make delightful mont v Alics Dajn ability as a ncreeit comedienne is shown to greatest ad vantage In Red Hot Speed opening nt the Iowa theater Saturday Tho blond actress appears in support ot Reginald Donny who plays one or his funniest roles ag ing fixing district attorney Others in the picture which wan directed Ity Joseph E Jicnabery nre Charles iyer Tliomaa Ttlcketts DeWItt Jen nlnss Fritz Ridgevvay and Hector V Sarno Gladys Lehman wrote the story Nonna Shearer is coming to lie Cecil for three days starting Sunday 3eb 17 In her new production Lacly oC Chanco In addition to tho screen attraction three acts of Radio Keith Orpheum vaudeville will bo presented on the stage Commencing1 February 13 the Cecil will present three high classacts with every picture Ths Bijou is offering Tlmrsilar Feb 7 and Friday Iflectwing a thrilling ad venture story featuring Barry Nirton Dorothy Jnnls nnd Ben Bard Chapter fi of Terrlblo People1 is also oa tho program Critics give HovciiKo credit Cor being ono of tlio seasons leading pro ductions Dolores Del Rio hen eta tho cast nf this fine ottering booked fur an early allowing nt the Cecil The air picture The Flying Fleet with Ramon Kovarro will be on tho Cecil screen soon This production will bo offered under tha Cecils new en tertainment policy of three acts of KeithOrpheum vaudeville with every picture TOOK SODA 20 YEARS FOR NOW For 20 years I took soda for nd sestion nnd stomach sras Ono bottl6 or Adlerlka brought me complete re B Hardy Adlerika relieves atomach gas and sourness in TEN minutes Acting on BOTH upper anil lower bowel it re moves old matter you never Uiot was In your system Let Adler ika give your stomach and bowels a cicnnsing and ECO how much bettor you feol It surprise you Huxtnble Drusr Co Waldorf Play Date Set FOREST CITY Feb 15 is the date set for the annual Waklorl freshman college play which Is un der the direction Miss Gladys Llnd borg colleRfl English instructor The selection year Second Child hood n farca In threo hy Inh CovlnRton and Jules Simonson R C A RADIO TUBES Distributed by L P COURSHON CO Inc Mason City Towa Replace all your tubes once a year A good radio set will gtre yean of fine icrvice if you put in a brand new set of RCA Radio tronj at least once a year Dont leave any old tubes in with the new ones Fame U queer And Carvla will nwn In Viliitory man who madp tbtrt Oaveunort Tlmea ItCA R Radiotrons are the Heart of your Radio Set SPANISH DOUBLOONS VALUED AT ARE FOUND IN CUBA HAVANA Feb 7 W Four fishermen browslne about tlie beach near Cuba Tues day excuvnicd four old cannon in tlie muzKUii of which they found ancient Snnnlsli doubloons pieces o EOlil anil rave old jewelry of an estimated value of 750000 One of tho cannon bore the date of I6S7 Cuban Ianprovides that a part of such treasure when found aball be used to enrich the nation al coffers However Castellanos Mena ccn cresaman from Batamona who brot the story of the discovery to Havana Is endeavoring to hava the fishermen rewarded with a big share ot their find Ha believes it be old pi rate cache business comes from Iowa and Min nesota farms for 30 to 50 miles around he often has wool sent him from the Dakotas and has had shipments from California and Tennessee Forest City Women Hear Returned Missionary Tell of Chinese Conditions FOREST CIT5T Feb C Granskou teacher ot English and religion at Waldorf college was the noon hour speaker at the book revlow luncheon department of the Womans club Tuesday iis subject being Ant in China Briefly sketching the history ot China from HOO to 1900 made his hearers see that conditions In China today we the natural outgrowth historlo development and that the only hope for China today is for us to give aid to every progressive movement Professor Granelcou Is a returned missionary from China having been forced out of the country two yetuy ago South Dakota Ollelal P1KRRE s Dak lieb Louis N Grill South Dakota aeeifl tary of agriculture died this morning at Pierre hospital following a thrre tay Illness A rich man may have no choice ot getting Into the kingdom ot heaven but at least hes able to buy xet tt those numbered golf clubs New Tork HeraldTribune CECIL Mason Citys Finest Theater NOW PLAYING Dr V A Farrell M B A Building General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children DONT FORGET This Is BARGAIN DAY at the IOWA 10c SAS lOc SHOWING TODAY AND FRIDAY Finnl Chapter TARZAN THE MIGHTY First Chapter THE Mystery Rider Dark mysterious powerful Swift ns liglitninp 1 iiis sudden nttiiolis Silent aa Hie jlaclc ivtnss of night Where lie mine where lie disappeared lincM Who was he Wlint was his secret mission ALSO Western FeatureUe and Comedy APJenty SOME SHOW TODAY FRIDAY WILUAM vox b WITH BARRY NORTON DOROTHY JANIS Chapter 6 TERRIBLE PEOPLE One of the Finest Pictures Ever Seen on the Screen and 4 BIG ACTS VAUDEVILLE 4 and THE NED McCOBBS DAUGHTER WITH IRENE RICH BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY COMING NEXT WEDNESDAY Schema afiSLtcn KnicdhrSiteuui FEATURING GEORGE OBRIEN A Picture That Has Set the Entire World Talking I r I Also Starting Next Wednesday the Cecil will offer with all its big picture productions three acts of big time vaudeville hooked by RadioKeithOrpheum Circuit Three great feature acts every day of the week slurliiiK next Wednesday which assures Cecil patrons ns good shows as seen in any citv V TODAY and FRIDAY MILTON AND Big Time Acts tug i line Vitaphone Vaudeville 4 STARTS SATURDAY Another Warner Bros Vitaphone Talking Picture The Redeeming Sin WITH Dolores Costello and Conrad Nagel ALSO Fox Movietone News The Talking News Reel   

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