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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TEN RADIO PROGRAMS SATURDAY JUNE 1 WH0 Molnes p m News summary 515 Commercial program Bankers Lite program Commercial program Old time favorites by the Rocking Chair orchestra Festival of light Commercial program Close harmony from the N B C studios Park Central hotel orchestra NBCI Longines time announce ments and weather forecast Bankers Life light opera hour WOW Omaha Markets U S navy band N B C Markets Radio household institute N B C Markets News bulletins U S Daily Ray McGrath and Herb Keier man Gotham trio Records News period Jolly Bill and Jane N B C music N B C News bulletins Creightonuniversity period Baseball scores WOW musical program Furniture talk Ernest F Bad w N B C N B C Kpzafc radiogram WOW musical program Rudy Vallee and orchestra N B C News period By the Associated Press Programs in Central Stand ard time All time is p m un Icss otlienvfse Indicated Wave lengths on left of call letters kilocycles on right WGNAVUB Show Nighthawks ensemble 600 Radio Floorwalker Flavio Plasencia baritone Unsolved murders Hour from WEAF News dance features 2 hrs Knights of the Bath 2 hrs AVLW 709 Feature historical Jack Gene Mansfield and Lee Hawalians tenor orean Dance hour Jack and Gene 30 rain 3702 WCCO MplsSt 810 Scores dinner concert Book man philosophies W3 hrs Musial program Scores dance muuic 2 hrs If ever a nonstop roundthe world flight is saucceWul it will tbe aviator8 but SUNDAY June 2 AVHO Des Molnes p m Time of roses Capitol theater New York Enna Jettlck melodies Commercial program Studio program Commercial program At Seth Parkers Lew White organist Russian Cathedral choir Bankers Life little sym phony WOW Omaha Chapel service of the World Radio congregation directed by the Rev R R Brown ornacle 2006 Douglas street Omaha Miladys musicians N B C Father Flanagans hour Riviera string quartet N B National Sunday forum N B C Continentals N B C Chicago symphony orchestra N B C U S national history talk Capitol theater N B C Talk David Lawrence N B C Rapid transit N B C Sunday at Seth Parkers N B C Sam Herman xylophoniat N B C Kremlin echoes N B C By The Associated Press Programs In central standard time All time is P M unless otherwise indicated Wave lengths on left of call letters kilocycles on right CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS Pat Barnes ensemble Nighthawks WEAF program 7M5 To be announced WEAF 30 quartet News dance 2 hrs WJZ programs Hi hrs Hymn time orchestra Concert orchestra singers cello recital Musical noveJesque 1 hr 3702WCCO MinneapolisSt Paul 810 Morning services Afternoon services VVABC programs 2 hrs Musical program scores Install Tanks for Brlstow Firm BRISTOW May Champ 1m Oil company construction crev is placing the bulk tanks for C J Small local dealer Mr Small is in stalling one 12000 gallon tank for gasoline one of shhiliar capacity for kerosene and one of 1 000 eai Ion capacity for high test gaso me Reading certain comments eman ating from Washington it would seem that watering places is a de cephve Democra and Chronicle Just a Bite Whan you are in a hurry and time is abort drop in for a bite to hold you over till the next meal We give es peciaJ consideration and you will leave contented your appetite satisfied and ready to meet the next appointment with a genuine smile Now Everything in good food fountain ser vice cigars cigarettes and candv Open and night Xow is the season for PRIED CHICKEN Try Ours SANSCRITS RESTAURANT 15 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE PREPAREDNESS IS THEME OF TALK Duty to End War Stressed by Shaw at Garner Service GARNER May weather and the beautiful back ground of immense sprucetrees in Garners flowerdecked cemetery furnished an ideal setting for the Memorial exercises held here yes terday The outstanding feature was the address of Coj Robert Shaw of Sigourney Since Gen John Logan started this custom and it has become established It now includes not only our soldier dead but all who have gone on said Colonel Shaw Since last Memorial day many mounds have been made We honor them as well as those who died on the1 battlefield Have Become Immortal Monuments are erected in hearts as well as of stone From the of Lexington on down thru our his tory success came only when our soldiers placed self and safety in the background Because they did they have become immortal Who soever believeth in Me tho he were dead yet shall he live again He who would be chiefest of you let liim be servant of all Lincolns malice toward none is the teaching we have from the Civil war In Cuba may be seen today the blessings from the SpanishAmeri can war In France there is only one monument to the American doughboy The mayor of a city there said What we have done is nothing to what we wish we could have done Those American boys gave us back our homes These doughboys fought in the belief that it was war to end war There are 20000 crosses still in France They paas on to us their task the task of ending war Could Avoid Carnage It cannot be done with unpre Daredness The terrible carnage at Bull Run could have been avoidcc lad our troops been trained We now have fewer soldiers than we have sheriffs Germany has more soldiers in uniform than the United States We must be prepared You may say that international disputes should be settled by an Interna tional court but thepresent court has no backing We must have a sheriff to back up the orders of the court No policeman welcomes a riot in order to try out Iris new billy or other equipment yet he is necessary Not for Big Army I am not for a big army but I want an adequate force In peace on earth good will to men there is no coma To attain peace we must have good will TOU cant expect the good will of your neighbor If you call him names It Is the same with nations What is our contribution to pos terity May we have a peaceloving America May it be an America who appreciates what our dead have done and may America take a solemn vowto contribute their share posterity southern The AT Mason Citys THEATERS Tho Palace is now showing thrti Friday Paramounts 100 per cent talking picture The Doctors Se cret another of the big stage suc cesses transferred to the talking screen The producers gathered an allstar stage cast which includes Rllth Chatterton Robert Edeson and H B Warner Press notices are oud in their praise of this offering and it is regarded one or the best alktngr pictures to date A good program of added attractions make up an entertaining bill u it f southern belle who defies family and convention to revel in pdignant ro mance Critics claim that Co quette Is one of the greatest and imest pictures of the year Manager Arthur of the Cecil believes that it will be witnessed by large crowds aa ft has in the largest cities o The Bijou Is showing thru frrl day May 31 Love in the Desert a thrilling story filled with action and suspense starring Noah Beerv and O and Olive Borden o Tho Lariat Kld UL jiniDic by my orchestra cannot be termed jazz says Waring it is in reality what I term modern music I giv them comedy with their music nov city We use only the finest instru ments known to the world of music but key our music to the popular theater audience meaning by that the great mass of people who at tend motion picture entertainment o Jack Holt will be seen at the Bi jou Saturday and Sunday in a Zane Grey story The Vanishing Plo Cunningham Radio Tubes Sold by BOOMHOWER STREETER Smith Hardware Phone 143 113 N Federal Ave Among tho featured players in The Donovan Affair which will be shown for the last time Friday evening at the Cecil is Jack Holt herp of many great films and lately seen in Columbias undersea success Submarine The same charming actress who appeared with him 5n that picture Dorothy Revier is fea tured in the feminine lead of Th Donovan Affair while the talent eo i director Frank R Capra who pi loted Submarine to a safe por and who has been credited with many notable screen successes di reeled this new film A tremend Qua cast of players including Wll liam Collier Jr John Roche Fred Kelsey Ethel Wales and Agnes Ayres support the leading actors m the picturization of this whir wind drama of mystery murders thrills and suspense o The Palace manager states ho has a real treat for his patrons starting Saturday when Para mounts musical extravaganza Close Harmony will be seen and hiSard It is 100 per cent talking and singing and stars Buddy Rogers and Nancy Carroll It is a story of backstage life with Buddy as a jazz band leader and Nancy as a hoofer Buddy Is heard to play five differ ent instruments and Nancy is seen and heard in singing dancing An extra midnight show will be giv en Saturday night starting at p m You can see a complete show anytime up until oclock o fCoquette as it will be seen at the Cecil Saturday and Sunday again takes Miss Pickford into a new field Besides playing an all most thrilling Universal picture with the romance of the old west for a background has been secured by the Iowa theater for showing here starting Saturday June 1 The sfnr is seen in that favorite role of a swashbucklingyoung caballero who pits himself against an entire grang of brigands He fills the pic ture with the type of fast riding and fighting for which he is noted The Lariat Kid is replete with romance The dainty an charming Ann Christy appears opposite Hoot as Mary Lou a girl who is trying to escape a marriage with a rogue that her aunt is forcing upon her The story concerns a young cow punchers fight against a band of cutthroats and his lonahanded batI tie to avenge the death of his r father i Many mavio fans wll remember the little boy Mickey Bennett who made such a hit a short time ago Ha has one of the leading roles In the Paramount all talking picture The Dummy which comes to the Palace next week It is a comedv drama filled with laughs It has been taken from a stage success and has a cast of celebrated stasre stars Harmony with a smile behind it is what Fred Waring believes tho public wants So this interna tionally famed director of the jazz Pennsylvanian orchestra which plays riii a western story of the Zane Hoot Gibsons Grey type which means that it is filled with action and thrills P T A at Estherville Plans Summer Roundup ESTHERVILLE May frist physical education summer roundup ever attempted in Estifer ville has been started by the Parent Teachers association Members of the P T A will canvass all homes leaving blanks where there are chil dren of preschrol age These are to be filled out and corrections made before the of school in the fall Legion Post Takes Charge of Memorial Rites at Sheffield SHEFFIELD May ial day services at the Hillside cem etery east of town were in charge of Commander A A Perrin of Harlow Rae Massee post Those marching were members of the American Legion American Le gion auxiliary high school band boy scouts and school children The band played two selections and a male quartet composed of Ralph Bi Howard Runtin Reuben Wof A Perrin and Ward Levit Thr he unknown dead were given by the American Legion auxiliary A A Perrin and Ward Levill The school children decorated the graves A Chicago automobile dealer ad vertises that he stands behind every car he sells Good thing he doesnt sell Lumberman lOc BARGAIN DAY lOc KELLYS HARP ORCHESTRA of Osage will play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT JUNE 1st AT THE ARMORY ADMISSION ALWAYS 25o SINCE 1915 RADIO ff TUBES MILLIONS IN USE vV Cunningham Radio Tubes Sold and Distributed By Central Battery Electric Co GRAND OPENING SUNDAY JUNE 2nd AMUSEMENT PARK FREE ACT GALLAGHERS TRAINED DOG CIRCUS and P M ROLLER COASTER AIRPLANE MERRYGO ROUND TRAIN TOBOGGAN ROLLER SKATING CONCESSIONS ETC BATHING BOATING FISHING Bring the Whole Family Picnic Tables Parking Space Rest Rooms ADMISSION Gate j Police Parking t PLENTY OF FUN FOR OLD AND YOUNG Dont Miss the Opening PALACE Mason Citys Best Theater Last Time Friday TALKINO IOWA THEATER FRIDAY ART ACORD in Fair Fighter Chapter S The Diamond Master of 20 Civil war veterans and four World war veterans The Rev Henry Rust pastor of the First Baptist church gave the address his subject beine Thn Flight of Time The danger of for gtting what the nation owes to its soldiers and its battlefields and the necessity of not forgetting was stressed by Mr Rust One car plus one fool plus one bottle equal one natl Enquirer BIJOU NOW DONOVAN AFFAIR A MYSTERY PICTURfr WH A THOUSAND THBJLLS CECIL COUPON This coupon nnd 15 good for Friday night Mny 31st only Comedy Camping Out More Comedy Wise Wimmen Sat Sun Mon Men whipped to fighting fury by the charms of a desert siren t SATURDAY AND JACK HOLT in ZANE GREYS Vanishing Pioneer it ic c o STARTS THE MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA EXTRA MIDNOTE SHOW SATURDAY STARTS AT PM HOTTER THAN HOT NEWER THAN NEW flIASOIV CITYS BESTTHRATER STARTS SATURDAt CV CJ 100 ALL SINGING AND TALKING A Great Program of Added Attractions LAST TIMES THE DOCTORS SECRET Paramounts 100 All Talking ALLSTAR STAGE CAST HER 100 TALKING PICTURE MI Sam COQUETTE Hear The Perfect Screen Voice Mary Pickford the premiere feminine star of tho screen speaks from tho silver sheet for the first time In her career in a film reenactment of the tremendous stage success of ho same name Attend the Opening Matinee Saturday NO ADVANCE IN PRICES A new Mary PJckford modern grown up piquant makes her how In a supreme characterization of a Southern belle who flirted kissed and forgot till she met a man she couldnt forget Alvld Thrilling Captivating UNITED ARJKB PICTUfct
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