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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY FEB 15 1929 A New Fascinating and Profitable In Four Sunday Issues The ittCASH PRIZES Here is good news If you were unable to start the new prize contest The Game of President Hoover and His Cabinet in last Sundays Herald and Examiner you will find a reprint of tht first series together vith die second in next Sundays issue This is a contest that youll surely enjoy It is not difficult nor intricate And it is fascinating It costs nothing to enter and is open to one and all There will be 60 prizes totaling awarded to winners Get into the may secure one of these prizes Row the Will Be Awarded 1st Prize 2nd Prize 500 3rd Prize 250 4th Prize 100 5th Prize 50 And 60 Prizes of 10 Yarn will find complete details and the first two series of tkit in teresting and profitable contest in the February 17 issue of THE CHICAGO SUNDAY EXAMINER NOW Order Your Copy And in addition Ntxt Sunday tnd every Sunday youll find And scores of other enter timing interesting and exclusive features IT Mason Citys A1 THEATERS The Palace Is offering or the last time Friday Feb 15 Jack Mulhall and Dorothy Mackaill In Water front a comedy drama which has neen synchronized to music and sound It proves a pleasing vehicle for these two young screen favorites Four acts of vltaphone and movietone vaudeville are also heard Mason City la now on the bigtime vaudeville circuit the RadloKeithOr pheum and anyone who has visited the Cecil theater since the new enter tainment policy went Into effect last Wednesday would not hesitate to say that bigtime vaudeville was presented on tho stage The present acts with the picture Sunrise will continue at the Cecil thru Saturday The stage attractions are Stamm and De Vane with Lillian Burke Wilma Shaffer anfl Mildred Belle Charles Althoff the Yankee fiddler and the La Mont Four Mr Arthur Cecil manager states that this type ot vaudeville Is to be p sented dally At the Cecil seven days a week Complete change of program will be made on Sundays and Wednes days Matinees are held daily and a continuous show each Sunday Interference tho first alltalking picture produced by Paramount Is headlined for a fourday run at the Palace starting Saturday Those who have seen this production unite In saying that It Is by far the best talk ing picture yet produced Paramount went to great expense doing research work before presenting this first all talkie and Paramount was Justified judging by the praise this picture has received Edflle Cantor the celebrated Broadway star and Ruth Ettlng Broadways noted blues singer will also be seen and heard on this bill Other added features will be the Fox Talking Uews Heel ana a talking Aesops Fable The management re quests Its patrons to come at the start shows and avoid standing In Ine Shows will start dally at 1 3 5 7 and 9 oclock For 3 days startiue Sunday the Ce cil will have a new bill of RadioKeith Orpheum vaudeville and Korma Shear er In her latest screen offering The Lady of Chance The entire bill Mr Arthur states will ba as good as the current program The picture shows Miss Shearer in the role ot gold ging telephone operator The story tels oC gangs sirla and sun play and there is plenty of action The biff time vaudeville will prove delightful elns from the advance descrip tions Estolle Taylor Mrs Jack Dempse3 will be seen for the last time Friday Fet 15 at the Bijou In The Singa pore Mutiny a thrilling action pic ture The funniest theatrical scenes ever filmed are an Important part ot Glenn Tryons The Gate Crasher which Is scheduled to open at the Iowa theater on Saturday In these scenes Tryon Is surprised on the stage when the curtain goes up and not be ing a member of the troupe is forced to go thru with an act so as not to spoil the show Patsy Ruth Miller Is featured with Tryon while the sup porting cast includes Beth Haro T Roy Barnes Fred Ma a testa Tiny Sandford Claude Payton Russell Powell and A1 Smith For four days starting Wednesday of next week Dolores Del Rio will be seen at the Cecil In Revenge n flrama that will thrill you This star has the role of a gypsy gM who Is In love with the man she hates A program of RadfoKeithOrpheum vaudeville will be presented with this production making one of the sen sons outstanding shows The Bijou offers Saturday and Sun day as a special attraction Tom Mix in his latest picture The Drifter Tom and his horse Tony have a bunch of new stunts for their ad mirers Ramon Novarro will soon be Keen at the Cecil In his latest The Flylns Fleet thrilling romance of the air RadioKetthOrpheum vaudeville will be presented with it Under the new entertainment pol icy which went into effect at the Cecil Wednesday the shows change on Sundays and Wednesdays All Hadlo KeithOrpheum theaters change the hllla on these days Weekday mati nses start at oclock and eve ning shows start at seven ana nine oclock On Sundays the show runs continuously starting at one oclock The Salvation Army will live on In new guise but recent history indicates theres no more salvation In demo cracy than there is in an Kesslngers Review FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST MASON CITS IOWA Announces n FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Subject Christian Science The Realization of Humanitys Hope BY CHARLES E JARVIS C S of Ijos Angeles California Member of the Board o Lectureship of The Mother Church Tha First Church of Christ Scientist Boston Massachusetts FRIDAY 15 1929 In the Church Edifice Corner of Washington Avenue and Third Street N W at P M The Public Is Cordially Invited to Attend IOWA THEATER LAST TIME TODAY WILLIAM DESMOND THE MYSTERY RIDER JACK HOXIE in DARING CHANCES and for fun MISPLACED HUSBANDS and KING OP HARROLD Youll Thrill Sat Sun Mon The Yankee Doodle Dandy of the Screen in Blore tlinn tlto plot will Iteep you em edge with excitement and the Romance will delight you MASON CITYS FINEST THEATER New Policy a Hit Thats the Verdict of Hundreds Who Have Seen It RADIOKEITH ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE It Sure BigTime Stuff All Mason U Prais ing It THEATRE I STARTS SATURDAY r PALACE SHOWS AT 13579 I1 II 1C OT I O HI 11 IV II I The Hit of the Year FIRST 100 ALLTALKING SHOW Positively tho Most Expensive Vaudeville Show Ever Seen on the Cecil Stage Abo NEWS nnd COMEDY RADIO KE1TH OBPHEUM PRICES Matinee 25c Evening 50c Children Sun Mai 50c ON THE SCREEN SUNRISE Janet 100 ALL TALKING WITH EVELYN BRENT CLIVE BROOK DORIS KENYON WILLIAM POWELL a Qaramoiwt 1 Qicture Its one of the screens greatest pictures RadioKeithOrplieum ville is Idiomi from coast to coast us beiiiR vaudevilles greatest clrcuivi Mason City is on that circuit which is a guarantee that every nrograi presented will fully up to the standard The management guarantees tills program to lie up to the IIipli Stand ard of the Opening Bill Tho Cecil is now playing the same fine Vaude ville shows that the larger cifics have 3 Days Starting Sunday Another Knockout Show HORMA SHEARER HER LATEST SCREEN SUCCESS LADY OF CHANCE and Keith Orpheum Vaudeville II Last Time Today DOROTHY MACKAILL witu MUSIC JACK MULHALL in and WATERFRONT SOUND Attend the Matinees and Avoid the Crowds ESTELLE TAYLOR Singapore Mutiny   

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