Mason City Globe Gazette, February 19, 1929, Page 2

Mason City Globe Gazette

February 19, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TUESDAY FEE 191929 a ITMason Citys fl1 THEATERS Tuesday evening Feb 19 will be your last opportunity to sea The Campus Five college act at the Ce ell The principals Curray and Os burne are supported by the college girls Alice and Edna May and Lillian Rosin 1ha act Is equipped with the latest college fashions designed espe clnlly for this act by the foremost tailors dressmakers of New York City the scenery Is specially designed in pleasing and tasteful color harmonies The Campus atmosphere is here to stay the producer Mr Bolla believes and The Campus Five Is a forerunner of a new pattern of vaude villa act The entire production is con calved and staged by Nicholas Boila master ot the dancing Hash Stanler Brothers and Attree entertain with Continental Aerial Sensation Aerial nomersaulls hand springs and al sorts of difficult gymnastics are per formed by this clever trio with re markable eaao Two of vaudevilles well known funmakers Joe Sliriner ana Bill Fitzsimmons are also on this stage bill and they offer a new skit Tha News Dealer Clever comedy o nature Js a delightfu feature ot their offering Interspersed with their laughInciting proclivities several Bangs and a danco or two The pictureIs A Lady ot Chance with Norma Shearer The Palace Js showing for the last times Tuesday Feb 19 Interfer ehce Paramounts first 100 per cent talking picture It Is the feature at traction at tho Palace theaters first 100 per cent talking show which in eludes the Fox talking news reel and twoworld renowned atars Kddlc Can tor and Ruth Etting o The OBrien Sextet one of tiie finest acts playing on the RadioKeithOrph eum circuit will entertain at the Cecjl for 4 days starting Wednesday with ilusic Has Charms This Is an un usual act It is beautifully staged and has won fame vfrom coast to coast The new bill opening at tho Cecil Feb 20 also includes Har vey whose act Is entitled The Glass of Fashion and the Mold of Form The Revuo Unique wilt be presented by Zastro and White The screen en tertainment will feature Dolores Del Rio in Ravenge a noted attraction This bill is or exceptional merit and compares favorably with bigcity hows Wednesday the Palace will oiler Richard Barthelmess in Ills first sound picture Scarlet Seas which many critics say is the best thing that Richard has ever given the screen He is ably assisted they say by Betty Compson Jn this thrilling story The music is furnished by one of New Yorks famous orchestras An other feature on this bill will be Macli Bennetts first alltalking comedy Ihf tlona Roar edy The sequence shows Don Al varado anl Marceline Day in an open boat When the scenewas finished it was found that the tank in motor was out of gas To make con ditions worse a storm arose ana threatened to sink the craft The players drifted all night and were res cued in tho morning Tlic Cecil lnis hooked such well known photoplays as Tlio Cardboard Lover with Marlon Daviee The Spieler Red Wine Brotherly Love Tho Iron Mask with Doug las Fairbanks Charles Chaplin in City Lights AH ot theso feature wilt be presented with RadioKelth Orpheum vaudeville Rockwell Postbffice Asks for Mail Carriers Bids ROCKWELL Feb local postoftlco Is advertising for bids for a mall messenger to carry the mails be tween the office and M St L rto pot Bids will baracelved during tha remainder of the present month The present messenger Peter W Halfwassen has resigned owing to in creased mail matter duo to QlobeCJa zette routo to Cartersville Dougher ty Arcdale Bristow Dumont Allison and Hansell and thonew government star route between this point and Me servey Tho mail matter handled has nearly doublet in weight wlUiin tho last Tour months Desertion Charge Draws Osage Man a Fines Wife Seeking Alimony OSAGE Feb Molstad was brot before Justice Loomis Friday tor desettion and given a fine ot 300 and was bound over to the grand jury His wife is suing him for a divorce and alimony He was arrested in Wat erloo where ho had been working for the John Deere Implement company Creamery Company Holds Board Meeting at Coulter COULTER Feb annual meeting of the board of directors of the Hamilton Cooperative Creamery company was held Monday Feb IS at he city hall in Coulter at 1 oclock p n RADIO PROGRAMS FEATURES ON THE ABB Wednesday Feb 20 Central Standard Time Palmer anil Hcvelora Variety WGY WTVM WWJ WGVWTMJ KSH WOW WDAF WFVY KlKO WOAI WHAS WSD KOA KIO KGO KFI KGW KOMO KHQ Feature WADC AVKKO WG11P tVMAQ WOWO KMOX KMBC K01L WSPn WHK KL2 KDYL KlA KGA KJITB Kadio WTAJI WWJ KSD WOO WOW KOA WHAS WSM WMC WSB WFAA KPRO KSL KSTP KIW KPO KGO KFI KGW KOMO KHQ WEDNESDAY FEB SO By the Associated Press Programs in Central Standard time All time is r unless otherwise indicated Wavelengths on Iclt or call letters Kilocycles on right Clear channel station proKninis in detail with an an ponilcd list of of tho mum Uncle Bob Orchestra feature Orchestra foresters Tho Smiths Ramblers Orchestra OK T orchestra News orchestra Slumber music orchestra Incomnlo club Farmer HusU Comedy sketch GETS NEW SNOW PLOW FOREST board ot super visors ot Winnebago county has pro ured a snow from West Union at an advantageous price Need ot tearing tho graveled roads before the icavy snow fall melts prompted the iction at this time IOWA and will make up the Cecils 3 day show startingnext Sunday No varro is aaJd to bo at his best in this feature photoplay Alice White who has risen to famo in tho last few months bo the at traction at tho Palace starting Satur day in Naughty Baby a comedy dramaof New York life Tho picuro cornea here highly recommended and wll heard as well as seen One of those famous jazz orchestras will fur nish the music Mack Sennett comedy king is pos sibly tho only producer in the motion pktwrs industry who has never fle ylated from the line ot work in which nafirst started Sennett also enjoys another that o being tiie discoverer of youngsters who develop ed into great film stars The list of Wglily successful screen players who started with Mack Sannett la truly amazing Mary Mabcry leading ladj Laws OLasli the Patheplc tura now vdayin at tho Iowa theater In which Klondike the new dog star la featured is a Sennett discovery He save her her first opportunity and at tho end of her contract extending over one year was her greatest boost er She was ono of his prettiest cirla and possibly as well formed ns any young lady ever on the Sennett lot Dut Sennett realized that Miss Ma was essentially a dramatic act iress and ho encouraged her to adopt jtlio sciious form Of screen work TheJIijoii is otferiiifr rflr llo Iast tlino Tuesday Feb la Richard Dlx in Sporting Goods one of his lato ucccsses It is a story filled wlUi JRughs and good comedy situations WXS Showboat and the Siamese twins two of vaudevilles greatest novelties have been booked by the Ce cil theater and will be presented on tha Cecil stage in the nenr future Tim general manager of the RadioKeith Orpheum circuit hns assured Man ager Arthur of the Cecil that only the leading vaudeville features of the country will be scheduled to appear at tho local playhouse The Cecil is to have on each program changing Wednesdays and Sundays tho same Mage attractions that jilay the larger on tho circuit Lon Chancy will be seen at the Bi jou Wednesday only in London After Midnight one ot his lato big hits The final fadeout of Columbias Driftwood which ig scheduled to bo shown at the Iowa theater starting Saturday came near to being a trag THEATER AND WEDNESDAY Through the hell of the Arctic with the Canadian Koyal Mounted Police A Penny a Day Insures a Month Income Thousand Are Profecting Themselves Sent Free for You i Inspect in n Tha Postal Life ana Casualty Insu ance Co 1277 Morlarlty Bldff Kansas City Mo is issuing a now accideni policy that pays up to a month for 24 months in case of total disabll In casa ot death and costs less than lo a a year Over 40000 men women ana chil drcn over 10 years of age already have this protection No costly exnmina tion is do not even have to pay a cent until you have thor oughly examined tha policy Simply send name address age beneficiarys name and relationship and they will send this policy on 10 days Free inspection Tt you are not entirely satisfied after a thoro examination that it Is tha best and cheapest insurance you can buy Just return the policy and you owe nothing Write them Cunningham Radio Tubes Sold by BOOMHOWER STREETER Smith Hardware rhonfl 14S 113 N Federal Are Retube Now with Quin Ntghthawks ensemble Radio floorwalker Troubadours Olive PaJmer and Revelers WGN dance orchestra popular 2 hvs Livestock service Short stories Farm service Roundup 1 hr Topsy Turvy orchestras Stock Hlxchange game AVOR programs 3 hrs JVfusicate civic safety Danco music 3 hrs Broadcasters club Baritone and siring trio Sercnadors Inauguration taut Intimate musicaje trouflbadovs Oltvo Palmer and Revelers Orchestra Hour of music Orchestra dinner music 600 Auto family orchestra Tha Smiths Cabin Door nance hiusic 3 hrs Minneapolis program Musical merrymakers Musical program smoker Hadlo featuvo romances Dance organ recital EASTERN United Light Opera company Smoker radio feature Night club romances News danca hour Ollce Palmer und RevclBra Orchestra His is the kind of mentality saidJn our bitterly intolerant way that thinks if people were only denied intrinsically Innocent diversions on Sunday they would all go happily church and put largo sums in the con tribution Slate Journal Marble Rock Fanners Getting New Locations MARBLE HOCK Feb farmers are changing locations this spring Mr and Mrs Howard Walton who liavo occupied the George Drao ser farm for four years will move to Charles City Charles Draeser and family will occupy the farm thus va cated Mr Adolph Uuisol and sons have decided to remain on the farm in Kteail of rnovlns to Charles City as formerly planned Lutheran Ladies Aid Gives Farewell Party THOMPSON Feb mem bers of the Lutheran Bethany Ladles Aid met at tha home ot Mrs Helen Alquist president for a farewell par ty on three of its members Mrs John Hesby Mrs Harold Zupp and Mrs Theodore Hovcla who are moving from this vicinity Hie Laws Klondike was only a dug but lie knew from wrong and the lust tram the unjust Tlio lur thieves knew Hie terror if Uis white fanpi anil the Imor of Ilia luitredt Tlio Rood knew tile value ot his Trlcnilalitp SHOWING NEWS EVENTS AND COMEDY FLAMING FATHERS at LOWER PRICES in effect as follows Type CX300A CX301A GX112A CX371A CX326 C327 CX299 CX380 CXS81 CX350 New Trices S 350 340 250 250 200 300 200 350 725 1100 Increasing popularity with correspond increase in sales has resulted economics of mannlactnre wlilc makes possible these lower prices E T CUNNINGHAJI Inc New York Chicago San Francisf Cunningham Raiiio Tulcs Sold and Distributed Dy Central Battery Electric Co KELLYS HARP ORCHESTRA Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGIONS Oldtime Dance Saturday Night Feb 23 Admission Always 25 Cents L STEN IN on KYW tonight from 10 to 11 P M for RADIOKEITHORPHEUM HOUR Hear a national program emanating from WEAF New York by the worlds greatest vaudeville stars includ ing Mae Murray Adela Verne Nick Lu cas Glenn Jenkins Belle Baker Will Fyffe and Henry Santrey and his or chestra Then see the RadioKeithOr pheum acts at the CECIL I RADIO KEITH ORPHEUM CORPORATION BIJOU LAST TIMES TODAY 0X A MALCOLM ST CLAIR r woven ON Q Qarcanauni Qictwt NOW YOUVE GOT TO LAUGH Did you hear tha story of the traveling salesman Here is the funniest story of them all and lovo and excitement with a villain to boot WEDNESDAY LON CHANEY LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT PALACE STARTS WEDNESDAY Our Dick as a devil raisin Salty sailing through lifes scarlet seasThe star and director of The Noose unite to make an even bigger hit WITH MUSIC AND SOUND First AH Talking Mack Sennett Comedy The LIONS ROAR More Fun Than a Circus LAST TIMES TODAY Pnrsmounts First 100 AH Talking Picture INTERFERENCE ADIO KEITH ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE Now Playing The CECIL igg Mason Citys Finest Theater TO THEATER GOERS OF MASON CITY AND VICINITY In presenting RadioKeithOrphenm vaudeville we are offerine north Iowa theater goers the very best in Vaudeville as we are playing at the Cecil the same big Acts that play the theaters on the entire circuit from coast to coast This is the first time that Mason City has ever been on this bigtime circuit and the management assures its patrons that each Cecil show will be right up to the high stand ard of those presented at the other theaters on the circuit We are booking the most famous stars and acts in Vaudeville and are playing them with the largest and best picture productions making up a program that for real entertainment has no equal In order to present these expensive programs we must have the very best of pa tronage and whether or not we continue this policy depends upon the theater goers of Mason City and vicinity RadioKeithOrpheum vaudeville is now played at the Cecil daily with a feature picture comedy and news A complete change of program every Wednesday and Sunday See the present show and be convinced that it is as good as we claim it is Wednesday will bring another show which will be by far the greatest that we have played under the present policy If you really like bigtime Vaudeville we have it Big Shows at Small Prices Bargain Matinee Daily 25c Except Sunday EVENING 50c CHILDREN ALWAYS 10c VISIT THE CECIL FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT AS WE KNOW YOULL LIKE IT Loyal Daughters Cbiss Has Farewell Celebration HAMPTON Feb members of Ihe Loyal Daughters class of the Church ot Christ gathered at the Harry Towle home Saturday evening for a farewell courtesy to Mr Mrs Howie who expect to movt soon to a farm near Mason City and the were presented with several gifts mementos of the BotheringA picnic lunch was served to thirtyeight pie present CECIL L AND PHOTOPLAYS Last Times Today RADIOKEITHORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE The Campus Five A SNAPPY MUSICAL ODDITY Shiner Fitzsimmons 11 Stanley Bros Attree The News Dealers II Aerial Sensation NORMA SHEARER ON THE SCREEN OF CHANCE MASON CITY CERTAINLY IS ON THE BIGTIME Big New Show Wednesday RADIOKEITHORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE be OBrien Sextette Musicians in Music Hus Charm ROY DENNY Castro White with Beniico Manlial Sunny Schuck and Wisner Sisters ill Kevue Unique Harvey The Glass of Fashion and the Mold of Form ON THE SCREEN The Glorious Romance of a Fiery Gypsy Beauty an d the Salons REVENGE EDWIN CAMVTE LNITED AKTI4TS PICTURE A smashing drama of primitive pas sions spangles and jewels told in a set ting of magic charm and barbaric beauty The star of Resurrection and Ramona as the turbulent dashing of many moods A performance a picture an entertainment you must sect BARGAIN MATINEE DAILY Evenine Wr Except Sunday OUC Any Seat 25c Any Seat Children 10c Mason City is now on RadioKejthOrpheum circuit playing the same big vaudeville attractions that play all the prin ciple cities from coast to coast Ask those who have seen these shows if they arent the best ever and worthy of the best of patronage To continue playing them we must have your support s ;

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