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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE 1TJUAY 12 r SATURDAY APRIL IS By The AssociatedPress Programs in Central Standard time All time is P M unless otherwise indicated Wavelengths on left of call letters kilocyclesoh right CUBAR CHANNEL STATIONS WHO Des Mclnes p mi Market reports Waldorf Astoria orchestra Bankers Life Trio News summary Studid program Music Ft Des Moines orches tra Bean Hole beans special Music Music Wright sisters Park Central Hotel orchos tra Weather reports Bankers Life light opera hour Bob Walter Wilson Melgard Orchestras Programs 1 hrs Chicago Concert Co Orchestra Orch Music Variety hrs ftm4WBBM in Dixie Progs Guy Lom bardo Club Hour r Rusk Air Vaudeville Nighthawks En semble Floorwalker Plasencla Baritone Hour Popular 2 brs of the Bath and Features Quintet Hour Program Barn Dance 2 hrs Turvy Orchestra Trio Photologue Program and Sherman Program 1 hr Northwest Taber nacle Music until la Programs 1 hrs and Lee Concert Orchestra Hour and Gene 30 min MplsSt Dinner Concert Book Man Trio Old Producer di Camera Program 1 hr Orchestras St Club Herrick and hrs from WABC AmosAndy Courtesy Orchestra School Lesson Box and WEAF 3 hrs Skylark Lesson 30 min Night Owls 3 hrs Fort Sunday School Lesson of Music Messengales Hot Program 1 hr Artists Dance Tunes Orchestra WEAF Progs 3 hrs Louisville Ensemble Midnight Dance School Newscast ing Programs 45 min Wash Hale 2 hrs McConnells Songa SUNDAY APRIL 14 By The Associated Press Programs in Central Standard time All time is P M unless otherwise indicated Wavelengths on left of call letters kilocycles on right Chain programs with list of associated stations in detail CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS WHO DCS Moines a m Edith Usry organist Record program St Ambrose cathedral Noon Studio program p m Filipino orchestra Biblical drama Studio program 145 NBC Dr Cadman NBC Studio program of Christ Scientist Weavers Programs 1 hrs Pernln Orchestra Orchestras 8 hrs Programs 2 hrs Club 3 hrs Church Services Melange Sacred Songs Grove Club Orchestra DX Vaudeville Pat Barnes Concert Nighthawks Programs hrs Porters Quartet Dream Ship Orch Concert Orchestra Sunday School Little Brown Church Church from CathRcial Orchestra Evening Club Sandy Orchestra Programs hr Orch and Soloists Singers Cello Recital Novelesque 1 hr Studio 1 hr Sing String Quartet Programs 2H hrs for Thought1 MplsSt Lutheran Church Services Programs 2 hrs Symphony St Orchestra Programs 3 hrs League AmosAndy School and Church Pomars Orchestra WEAF 3 hrs Baptist Tabernacle Players Violin Quartet 1 hrs Fort Services 10 Orchestra 2 hrs Hot Lukes Church Program Orchestra Frolic Orchestra 1 hrs Baptist Church Program 30 min WEAF 1 hrs Programs 1 hr Presbyterian Church Street Church Programs IV hrs Rhythm Symphony PLACE HIGHWAY COMMISSIONERS ON FLAT WAGE Pass xBill to Promote Building Primary Roads By I C KARTACK Associated Press Staff Writer DES MOINES April 12 State highway commissioners are placed on a flat salary hasis of a year and required to de vote full time to their respective du ties in the Rutledge bill passed by the Iowa house of representatives 71 to The measure goes to the senate for concurrence Senate file 480 In aid of counties desiring to increase their bonded in debtedness to complete primary roads was passed by the house after adopting an amendment The origi nal senate bill raised the indebted ness limit from 3 to 4 per cent of the total taxable property in coun ties The amendment leaves tho J per cent limit intact but makes an exception in the case of primary road completion in which case the total bond limit in addition to all otherexpense may be 4 per cent An attempt in the house by Rep resentative Brede Wamstad to with draw from the sifting committee the persistent violator bill relating1 to liquor law statutes failed for lack of a twothirds majority vote in its favor House Adopts Resolution The house adopted 58 to 25 joint resolution for appointment of a legislative committee to inspect and make recommendation on ad visability of acquiring by purchase for a state park a 700 acre tract of land bordering Spirit Lake A Joint resolution by Speaker Johnson to memorialize congress to take immediate steps to increase housing facilities for the veterans hospital at Knoxville Iowa was adopted The speaker explained the hospital was originally built to ac commodate 450 persons but now is housing 580 persons and 150 more are eligible for admission Senate and house conference com mittees on the biennial budget bill agreed upon their report and will return it to the senate this after noon Senator Stoddard of Wood bury and Representative Hansen of Scott chairmen of the appropria tions committees would not esti mate at what figure a compromise had been suggested Approves Senate Figure The conference committee it was reported voted approval of the sen ate figure o 33QO000 for the TJui yersity poses fund and restored the 000 appropriation for a library site The university hospital allotment was set In committee at For Iowa State college was added to the house figure The houso cut of Iowa State Teachers college education fund from 000 to was approved but for a new heating and pow er plant was restored Acceptance of a gift from the Spelman foundation oy the Uni versity of Iowa is authorized in a senate bill sent to the house The senate sifting committee in troduced a bill authorizing receivers of closed hanks when ordered by courts to sell assets of closed lanks The sifting committee recom mended for passage the Greene Souse bill to empower river border cities to obtain singly or jointly with cities of other states bridges over boundary streams The bill applies especially to Council Blnffs mencing Sunday EdnaWallace Hopper feature attraction is com tng here direct from the State Lake theater Chicago where she is ap pearing this week This famous musical comedy star thru skill has sidestepped Father Time and today at theage of 62she is known as the eternal flapper Dan Creedon and Viola Davis will appear in a skit called I Could Smash i You which has to do with various stages of turbulent tempers El i Cota who has been known for year as the greatest xylophone player that ever lived and Miss Bee Byrne one of the fastest little dancers on the American stage will present an act entitled Everything Different The White Sister starring Lillian Gish will be on the screen Texas Guinan one of the most talked about women in the world will be the attraction at the Palace for three days starting next Tues day In Queen of the Night Clubs It is a 100 per cent talking and singing vitaphone picture of New York night life and this famous en tertainer whose favorite expression is Hello Sucker and Give this little girl a trig hand The murder trial film The Bel lamy Trial with Leatrice Joy and Betty Bronson will be at the Cecil three days startingnext Wednes day It will be all talking Millions have read the novel and when this all talking production came out in New York thousands went to see and hear it Olive Hasbrouck who appears in support of Reginald Denny in his latest starring vehicle Clear tbe Decks which opens at the Iowa theater Saturday has become an ardent devotee of the lure of the sea During the filming of Clear the Decks Miss Hasbrouck and the entire company spent three weeks out on the hroad Pacific aboard one of the finest liners on the west coast The story is an ex hUarating nautical comedy farce and presents Denny a his best Be sides Miss Hasbrouck the cast in cludes Luclen Littlefield Collette Morton Otis Marian Brooks Bene dict Robert Anderson and Elmor Leslie Paramounts Wolf Song with Gary Coper and Lupe Velez opens at tlte Palace for three days start ing Saturday The picture features singing music and sound Miss Velez Paramounts new fiad sings several songs during the ac tion of the picture Featured on the VHaphone vaudeville program is Gus Edwards song revue a techni color tabloid musical comedy The Fox movietone talking news will also be heard contractor for the house and will have it completed by July 1 The minister and family until now have lived in the parsonage near the country church which is four miles east of town Cunningham Radio Tubes Sold by BOOMHOWER STREETER Smith Hardware Phone 142 113 N Federal Ave Cunningham Radio Tubes Sold and Distributed Hy Central Battery Electric Co The all talking all singing all dancing picture The Broadway Melody known aa The Big Parade of The Gay White Way is coming to the Cecil Saturday April 20 for one week Charles King Anita Page and Bessie Love are starred It ia al most what magic of drama spectaclemusic danct thrillhave been blended in the amazing story Mason City is one of the first cities in Iowa to play this dramatic sensation Tom Mix will be seen for the last time Friday April 12 at the Bijou Saturday and Sunday the offering will be Bob Steele in The Amazing Vagabond a thriHing action pic ture of the west i nnMason Citys A1 THEATERS Wallace Hopper who comes to the Cecil theater Sunday will give a special performance for ladies only next Tuesday afternoon ahead of the regular matinee The doors will be opened at 1 oclock and her special matinee will start at At that time she will give a lavish program and will tell of her morning routine her bath exercises and dress for the street and will re veal secrets of her youth and beauty and will tell how she has cheated age Sheffield Erects Parsonage SHEFFIELD April Lutheran congregation is erecting a parsonage in town on the lot east of the church Herman Berding Is Car Is Turned Into Ditch and Wrecked HAYFIELD April Cline accompanied by Guatav Schram while driving to a Garner Wednesday met with a serious acci dent He was driving in the Cline sedan on No 18 one mile Just west of Garner after crossing the Iowa riv er bridge when a car came from behind striking the Cline car which turned over and was wrecked beyond repair It landed in the ditch on itstop but neither of the men were severely injured John Imlay a Garfield township farmer picked the men up taking them to a doctors office at Garner The driver of the car that caused the accident whosa number was ob tained stoppedat Garner but did not report the accodine He was stopped at Mason City and returned to Garner where satisfactory settle ment was arranged for Cemetery Association of Forest City Elects MARBLE ROCK April cently elected officers for the Mar ble Rock Cemetery association are President Mrs Will Barth vice president Mrs Fred Gates secre tary Mrs Katie Sours treasurer Mrs George Gates Buys IYle Restaurant LYLE Minn April Knable of Avistin who has operated the Home cafe for many years has purchased the Gem restaurant here Mary Arncson who has hart charge for Rome timr will nontinun until hr new proprietor pels snl tler which he hopes to do in the Tho Palace is showing for the last time Friday April 12 a specialre turn engagement pt Al Jolson one of the worlds greatest entertainers in The Singing Fool the picture that will live forever While this picture played the Palace for an en tire week to capacity business nightly it has been accorded a great reception on its return Many com merits have been heard showing that the people are seeing it for the sec ond and even the third time Because Manager Arthur of the Cecil regarded Ronald Colman in The Rescue a flop he jerked it and replaced it with John Gilbert in The Mask of the Devil So Friday Apffi 12 and Saturday the Cecil has Gilbert starring and not Colman The Mask of the Devil is being shown with sound and music As an extra added attraction the Cecil is presenting Metro Movietone vaudeville on the TalkAPhone Fri day and Saturday The actsconsist of the Spitalny Band Revue a sing ing and dancing novelty with the famous Chester Hale girls and Peggy ONeil tap dancer with the Poncu sisters harmony singers and that clever vaudeville entertainer Al Walham A talking sketch The Man Higher Up is also on the bill and Hobart Boswor Eds on are featured The Palace manager has announ ced the coming of Richard Barthel mess and Betty Compson in their first 100 per cent talking picture Weary River No picture has re ceived more favorable comment than Weary River It is a picture that has everything Richard Bar thelmess will be heard singinfj the theme song which is Weary River a song that you can hear most any night over your radio ai If has al rivirty heromn n MK hit Tim rtiidinRillhOrphPum vniirlcville show of Ui acuHon will be seen f1 tbe Cecil djys com BIJOU 15c TODAY 15c 1m TONY EAGLE OF THE NIGHT CHAPTER 6 Saturday and Sunday BOB STEELE THE AMAZING VAGABOND AT CECIL SUNDAY lymouth Congregation Listens to Evangelist PLYMOUTH April Crowder is conducting special evan lelistlc meetings here Friday night there will be a moth erdaughter banquet in the church dining room after which those at endlng will go to the church audi torium where Dr Crpwder will speaks on the theme First Lady of the Eand His sermon Sunday morning will be The Basis of True Refinement1 and Sunday evening The Ideal Business Man Ionia Teachers ReElected f NASHUA April Friea Young primary teacher and Miss Alice Peterson intermediate have been reelected to those positions in the schools at Ionia and have ac cepted Appointed member of Board CLARKSVILLE April Hazard has been appointed as a member of the advisory board of the state fish and game department BIG Dance AT SHEFFIELD Friday April 12 Music by Hand and his Band IOWA THEATER BARGAIN DAY See This Show This Is Edna Wallace Hopper tho eternal flapper who will appear on the Cecil theater stage 3 days starting Sunday She is one of tbe greatest feature attractions on the RadioKelthOrpheutu circuit The Cecils program opening Sunday will include 3 other acts of vaudeville and the picture The White Sister with laillan Gish STARTS SATURDAY A New Screen Event With Song and Sound Lupe Sings And How i a II 4 DAYS STARTING TUESDAY Texas Guinan Queen of the Night Clubs 100 Sinjrinjj and Talking 10C Opening Chapter The DiamondMaster Final Mystery Rider Lupino Lane in Only Me Western Dude You will enjoy the new chapter play It is even hotter than Blake of Scotland Yard which was shown at the Iowa some time ago SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY Of Course You Are Not Going To Miss Seeing REGINALD DENNY in CLEAR THE DECKS CECIL Mason Citys Best Theater ENTIRE NEW SHOW Today and Saturday MAT 25c EVE 40c CHILDREN lOc LAST TIMES TODAY Pathe Talking News Big JOHN GILBERT in The Mask of the Devil With Sound and Music AND METRO MOVIETONE VAUDEVILLE Spitalny Band Revu A Merry SingingDancing Novelty WITH The Famous Chester Hale Girls AND FEATURING Peggy ONeil Worlds Greatest Tap Dancer Ponce Sisters Harmony Singers and Al Walham Broadways Famous Cutup Hobart Bosworth and Robert Edison u TheManHigherUp A Highly Dramatic Talking Sketch A Wonder Advance in Prices to the fact that Ronald Colman in The Rescue did not please the program was changed The Cecils policy is to present the best entertainment in Pictures or Vaudeville Wo hnvn always given patrons their moneys worth and that Is the Cecils policy 3 Days Starting Sunday RadioKeithOrpheum Vaudeville FEATURING Edna Wallace Hopper The Eternal Flapper THE LILLIAN GISH in The White Sister Special Ladies Matinee Next Tuesday at P which time Miss Hopper will reveal herbeauty secrets Starting Next Wednesday The Bellamy Trial An All Talking Picture I 1 Coming Soon The AllTalking Singing Dancing Dramatic Sensation Broadway Melody THE YFAIlS iHKATEST SCKRKN TRIUMPH   

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