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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY MARCH 111929 Thomas McDonnell of Whittemore Is Dead WHITTBMORB March McDonnell died at his home north of town Sunday after a Ions illness Be sides his widow he Is survived hy five children Zlta Harold Bernntd Garnet and Irene all at home anil two brothers and two sisters Fu arrangements have not yet been completed It seems nicer when a fellow who borrow a nickel at the bank to a poker game can get all lie wants tor stock Tribune Youll like them FEATCRES ON THE AIR Tnesilay March II Central Time Hand Mortem WADC WKKC WGII11 WI1UM WOWO KMKC KOIL WSlD KJDYL KMTR KYA KJB KGA AVLAC WOOD WBKC WREC KFJF KTSA WISN WDSU KLRA WRR KFII Bf A Program Special WTAJI WWJ WGN KSD WHO KSTP WEBC WHAS WSM WMC WSB KVOO KOA KSL KPO KGO KFI KGW KOMO KHft Embarrassing WGY WTAJI WWJ KiW KSU WOW WHO WDAF KSTP WTAIJ WHAS WSM WMC WSB WFAA KPRC WOAI KOA KSL KPO KGO KOMO KHft KFI KGW AT Mason Citys THEATERS MUCH ONE bowl of Kelloggn Pep Bran Flakes makes you want another That famous flavor of PEP and crispneu which Kellogg has given them arent found in any other bran flakes So nourishing you get thevitamins the mineral salts of the wheat and just enough bran to keep you fit Sold in the redandgreen package Made hy Kellogg in Battle Creek BRAN FLAKES BETTER BRAN FLAKES TUESDAY MARCH 12 The Associated Tress Programs In central standard line All time is P unless indicated Wavelengths on left of call letters kilocycles on right Clear channel staton programs In detail with an ap pended list of some ot the more important regional stations Uncle Bob Dance orchestras Sextet tiremen Theater minstrels Eskimos orchestradlans News radio vaudeville Orchestra Insomnia club Dance music Paul Whltemans band Institute of music Hoyal Canadians Variety hour Night club Farmer Rusk Morgan Eastman band Late evening features Circus Isightawfcs ensemble Radio floorwalker R M A program Syncomatlcs concert orchestra Features popular hrs GD5 Livestock service Short features Popular musical Sleigh party Lecture midweek features Concert orch book review Musical program Treasure island feature AmosAndy stock exchange DX club orchestra Dance music 3 hrs Symphony orchestra hour Theater minstrels Syncomatlc Cossacks Variety ensemble Dance music IH hrs DCS News Iowa program Feature popular half hour R If A program Eskimos contrnltones ifadlo vaudeville Little symphony 370SWCCO JlimieapolisSt paul810 Master Musicians F W Wileand Navy Bend Paul Whltemans band Bridge Institute of Music Politicians Walton league St Ensemble and talk VVBAC jirogiams 4 Tour hour dance New Popular half hour R M A program Eskimos orchestra Contraltones orchestra Radio vaudeville New Fundamentals of the Law Sextet tiremen Theater minstrels Syncomatlcs orchestra Orchestradlans and vocal Slumber music hour Tiremen theater Minstrels syncomatics Cnchcstradians Voters service fundamentals Sextet farm questions R M A program Eskimos orchestrauians Radio vaudeville Tax Official Dies CHICAGO March 11 ick B Brlckson member of the state tax commission died yesterday at the age ot Cl years He had been ill for a week Xlie Palace showing Monday March 11 and Tuesday George Jessel the noted Broadway singing comedian In his first singing and talking picture Lucky Boy A special added feature ol the talking news reel embraces scenes ot the Inauguration of Presi dent Hoover in less than a week you are able to hear as well as sea what took place In Washington You actual ly hear President Hoover giving his address Tlie famous Siamese Twins made their first apearanco at the Cecil the ater Sunday afternoon and they will contlnus here thru Tuesday The Ce cil has never before had such crowds as it hna Sunday afternoon and eve ning Many were unable to eat seats and were Invited to return Monday or Tuesday Tho twins Daisy and Violet Hilton were delightfully received and entertained with a charming act of music songs and dances Bernard and Kellar also on this bill present The Hero a comedy act with special songn They are surefire funsters The Burns Twins two charming young men entertain in act en titled Me and Myself Annapolis a thrilling appealing story ot two midshipmen who love the same girl Is the screen feature Taikaphone en tertainment is also presented This en tire bH will be offered thru Tues day The first picture of feature length to be taken entirely in technicolor or In other words natural colors will bo seen and heard at the Palace start Ing Saturday It Is Richard Dlx In Paramounts bg special production Redskin Frees notices give this pro duction slowing praise especially from a scenic standpoint the photo graphy being the last word In color photography One of vaudevilles most versatile tun acts NIghtwatchman Is coming to the Cecil Wednesday for four days It will be charmingly presented by Bobby Barry and company Wyeth and Wynn clever comedians will en tertain with Home Again and Its all comedy of the laugh provoking sort A distinct novelty Something For a Rainy Day will be staged by Frank and Daisy Beli Mary Astor will 6e starred on the screen in Ro mance of the Underworld a delight ful crook melodrama Bcle Daniels comes to Hie Palace NOW AT THE CECIL I fl SI Tht COUJM f IHS Investigation proves that it has no equal at its price More for your money More beauty luxury and style More balanced power speed and acceleration Thats what you get in the New AilAmerican SU A blanket statement but just stop to analyze it Investigate learn what the New AHAmerican provides Start with the magnificent bodies by Fisher that account for much of its luxury and style Consider the individuality of its appear ance The refreshing originality of its design And try out its glorious perform ance Achieved through modern engi neering design The New AllAmerican Six by Oakland is enjoying everincreasing popularity Simply because investigation proves that it has no equal in all that it offers for its surprisingly moderate price tnclwdV JOHN GALLAGHER 25E7 fniS St S E Oakland anil Iontiac JTotop Cara ami Service TWITO MOTOR CO Lnko Mllb la N O OUVERSON Fertile In SflULTZ A ZOBEL Ventura la DRAKE BROS Crysfnt Lnlic ra JEFFKRSON GARAGE Manly la Ilinne VAGKEL S MELLOW Kannivlin In MAIN STItKET GARAGE Clear Lake la THEO EOI1Y Rockwell la UNDERWOOD PETERSON Norlliwooii la CARL SIIULTZ Kritt In The famous Siamese Twins Daisy and Violet Hilton and tiie Burns Twins two charming young men are now at the Cecil theater and will continue nt this playhouso thru Tuesday Their nets inelutfo music tlanbes nml gongs Thcso twins are a sensntlon everywhere on the Ilailio KcitliOrplieum circuit nnd they are drawing enormous crowds to the Cecil Wednesday in a thrilling action news paper story What a Wight It Ji a tory especially fitted to tills pep Sirl ot tlie screen and will Nbe pre sented together with four acts of vita plione vaudeville Marian Nixon nnd George Lewis find to change clothes seven times during the filming oE a rain scene In Jazz Mad Universal picture now showing to enthusiastic audiences at the Iowa theater Miss Nixon and Lewis who have featured roles had to appear in dry clothes to start the scene of which seven takes were made Jem Hersholt is also featured WednostJay March 20 willbring IB tho Cecil the beautiful screen and stage star Betty Blythe for a personal appearance This Is tho first time that a well known screen atar has mado a personal aperxrnnce hero and owing to the fact that Miss Blythe Is well known In the city It is safe to assume that tho Cecil ivlli be a busy place during her engcgement Miss Blytho Is one of the big feature head liners touring the RadloKelthOrphe um circuit Her engagement here win provo an Important theatrical event What IIRS heeii voted ouo of thr best of the many air thrillers Th Legion nf the Condemned Is nt the Bijou Monday March 11 anil Tuesday Gary Cnoper and Fay TVrny thosn two new screen lovers are seen in leading roles Restless Youth the Columbia pro luctlon at the Iowa theater startinK Tuesday March 12 presents a tense moral drama depleting the psychologi cal battle ranging between thr 3ounger and older generations Ono represents the puritanical view thr other the modern struggle for liberty freedom of expression and the right tn love Against colorful backgrounds of i college lifo business nnd sensational i murder trial father Is matched 1 against son Both stake their j love Ideals ambitions future nml I moral tho outcome of n single case In which a girls lite hangs in the balance It is one ot the most Intense gripping soulstlrrlng situa tions ever presented upon tho screen Marcoline Day has theIending femi nine role RalphForbes portrays tlfa son whlla Norman Trevor is cast as the father Robert Ellis delineates an unscrupulous employment agent whoss death results In the fierce legal battle to save the girl from the elec tric chair The feature photoplay Cohens and ICellys In Atlantic City with Gcorsa Sydney and Kate Gordon is coining to the Cecil Sunday with KadloKelthOr pheum vaudeville The Bojlu will offer for olio day only Wednesday Sir Harry Lauder in a comedy drama Kuntlngtower1 This by the way is the first and only motion picture that Sir Harry has ever made It Is said that It Is full ot good comedy and contains many laughs Hampton Boy Plays Outstanding Part in AllGrinnell Revue GRINNELL March Woodburn of Hampton was the out standing figure In tho original play of college life given by Clark hall in the Pioneer Prudltles the annual col lege revue Friday night which won the third prize of by the decision of the judge Harlan S Miller ot Molnes Woodburn Is housechairman of Clark hall but played tho part ot a college freshman and was greeted with roars of laughter Cottage three of the womens quadrangle was asso ciated with Clark hall In the perform ance Six acts were given by the various dormitory groups Smith hall and Martha Cleveland cottage took first place with a pirate act winning a prize of and the second prize of 530 was awarded to building three and cottage five for a songanddanca fea ture Farm Bureau Will Give Seeding Demonstration ALLISON March allcoun ly alfalfa seeding demonstration will be held some time this spring near the city limits ot Allison at the Junction of primary roads 10 and 14 Twenty acres will be prepared seeded fertil ized limed and oultipacked In one day Fredericksburg Parents and Teachers Hold Meet FREDERICKSBURG March On Friday evening the ParentTeach ers association put on a program at the high school gymnasium Several old timo songs were sang Fajthe El lison gave a flno reading tho third and fourth grades gave a flag drill Fred Barth then gave a good read Ing The high schools girls danced a minuet HAKO WATER PLUS MCTO MAJttJ SOFT WATCH Melting Snow Floods Clarksville Basements CLAIUCSVILLE March the heavy body of snow begins to melt complaints are hears mainly from the business district of baso ments being flooded causing consid erable damage but as fast as It is possible all outlets for the overflow are beingopened up to reifsve the situation Garner Wins Firsts in Quadrangular Contest GARNER March ooiut convenes here today with Judge T 1 Clark ot Mason City on the bench The grand jury will convene Tuesday Tho petit jury will not meet until March IS v Just think what fun Hi lUwiMif nations will have In the next war In terfering with the radio programs of tile Courier Dr V A Farrell M D A Building General Medicine Infant Feeding and Diseases of Children No dirty ring around the bathtub BATHING in soft water is very pleas ant And iess work Not only while you bathe but afterwards too For when you bathe in soft water no dirty ring forms around the bathtub Soften hard water with Melo It makes water a wonderful cleaner with or without soap It the dirty ring from forming It makes soap more effective It your bath more pleasant Get a can of Melo at your grocers today WATER SOFTENED WITH MBLO IS A REMARKABLE CLEANER 10 cents THE HYGIENIC PRODUCTS CO Canton Ohio JKanltJaclltrtrf of SantFlufh TOPPYS ORCHESTRA Will Play lor the American Legion OLDTIME DANCE In Hie Armory Saturday Night March 16 Admission Always 23 Cents WHAWHW Women are saying Pinkhams Compound keeps me fit to do my work I was nervous and all run down Now I eat better and sleep It helped my thirteen year old took it be fore and after my baby was born am gaining every day I 15c Today and Tues 15c That Great Itory of the Air Thrill Follows Thrill WITH FAY WRAY OAPJf COOPER Today and Tuesday A Singing and Talking Picture IM Hell Steal Your Heart With His Songs Htll Crack Your With His Wit AJVJD TOULL LOVE IT1 Starts Wednesday Bebe Daniels In What a Night A Thrill A Minute SATURDAY Richard Dix REDSKIN A Technicolor Production Just Two Days More A Show That Breaks All Records I itadio Keith Orpheum Vaudeville Worlds Greatest Headliner SIAMESE TWINS Born Joined Together Bernard and Kellar In My Hero A Comedy Skit With Songs THEATRE Bargain Matinee Daily Any nr Any Seat Seat BURNS TWINS Me and Myself A Clever Unique Dance Offering ON THE SCREEN Annapolis With JohnMackBrown and Jeanette Loff Thrills aiinuiul in Mils splendid picture of the U S Naval Aciidcmy Positively the Biggest Theatrical Attraction of the Year THE CECIL HAS THE SHOWS With tho new policy of RndioKelthOrphcum vaudeville and the installation ot latest perfection in Cecil will offer Its patrons the grcntest amusement ever seen in the Icnows it is big time stuff nnd compares favorably with the best theaters In the larger cities New Show Starts Wednesday Another Splendid Show for Yoxi and One That You Cannot Afford to Miss IM WILD ABOUT YOU nntt evcryl Jean Hersholt in JAZZ MAD THKATEK TODAY Last Time Tomorrow jand Wednesday Restless Youth IHI v will want In this liirliirit dm srrmid lime Free Chinaware Today   

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