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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN FORMER GARNER WOMAN TO SAIL Will Accompany Husband to Europe to Study Bank Conditions GARNER July sonin law and daughter of Mr and Mrs J N Sprole here Dr Calvin Bryce Hoover Mrs Hoover and two children sail today from New York for Berlin From that city Dr Hoover will continue his journey to Russia where he will investigate banking conditions He is a member of the faculty of the Durham N C university 7 A generous salary permits the residence of Mrs Hoover better known here as Faith Sprole in her choice of an European city which will be either Berlin or Vienna In either place Mrs Hoover will con tinue her studies in music and the children will attend a kindergarten As a boy in a small Illinois town Tir Hoover made his own way Even the interruption of his studies by the World war when he was half thru his college course at Mon mouth HI could not hold him baeK from his goal Folowing active par ticipation over seas he resumed his studies and was graduated from Monmouth college after which ne tried farming at Goldfield for a year But the lure of higher education beckoned with the result that whoa Durham university was endowed with its millions Mr Hoover stood the test of the examining board at Washington and became a member of its faculty Mrs Hoover s a college graduate and an accomplshed musician IASON CITY r LOCALMOVIE THEATER ATTRACTIONS NORMAN KERRY IS FEATURED IN THE IOWA THEATERS attraction Love Me and the World Is Mine running Saturday Sunday anfl Monday Mary Philbin is costarred with him AT Maion Citys THEATERS Douglas Fairbanks Jn The Iron Mask opened at the Cecil theater Saturday afternoon and will con tinue here thru Tuesday You hear Doug talk as he treads romantic Heights seldom reached in songor story Youth will thrill arc will gasp with the romance and of the DArtagnan The Three Muskeeteers defy dan ger once again in a spirited tale f great heroisms Bow is at the Palace in a 100 per cent talking picture of circuslife andit will continue Lre thru Tuesday It is her second all and to this I r feature is the lure of the circus with I all the many sounds and circus fas that keep you from grow ing up RUBS Bowis starred as a circus performer and has an entirely different role Dangerous CurvesI is the tit e of thisthriller which is I net a railroad story Richard Arlen adds much to this production and his voice assures him con tinued success priFarUi Charles r ta Nlssenhas bsan de USder the along boulevards it tells of ro mance a sheik in WIe a oter sings ATTRACTION AT THE PALACE and Jack Ludfen The movie if entHled Dangerous Cur Joyce Stuart Envln T SEE AND HEAR DOUGLAS FAIBBANHS TALK in The Iron Mask which opened a fourday engagement at the Cecil Saturday afternoon In this talking picture DArtagnan and The Three Musketeers ride once again to thrilling adventure and great romance In someform or other the family is bound to survive There will al ways be need of a compact social group in which the younger men bers can have a free access to the neckties and silk stockings belong ing to the older York Times COMING ATTRACTIONS HERE IS LON CHANEY AS HE APPEARS IN LAUGH Xuesda feature at the Bijou theater for Monday and They Thot That Trains Were Speedy 40 Years Ago Planes Eliminate Distance Cl l t i crv i i rill never grow cold ttftrAXsafss and heard at tl esday Pa lac Squall a VHaphime all al COMes to the three days hvSPiptu as SSN which includes Miss Alic monarchy before the World The kaleidoscopic topsyturvv lament fascinating S a nooks and amonS v itn all this a dramatic realistic tale in which drama comedv pathos startling realism are com omed m an amazing mixture This Love Me and the World la Mine thegreat Universal produc tion now at the Iowa theater Nor man Kerry and Mary Philbin the romantic lovers of The Phantom or the Opera and MerryGo mighty thrill sof three fighting marines In the ntio Orient with William w111 be seen and heard at the sell commencing next Saturday gripping drama poignant love stir ring adventure base treachery re lentless revenge enduring friend ship mystery and suspense are found in The Leatherneck The Bijou Isoffering Saturday and Sunday Shadows of the Night a big thrill and action pic ture produced by MetroGoldwyn It Is said to contain enough thrills for a dozen ordinary pictures As an answer to numerous In quiries Manager Heffrier of the Palace states that On With the Show Warner Brothers first all natural color picture which is 100 per cent talking singing and danc ing wiH be presented at the Palace for five days starting Aug 5 This Manager Heffner states is the Pal aces big1 midsummer special for north rowans Lon Chancy will be seen at the Bijou Monday and Tuesday in one of his greatest impersonations LauTh Clown Laugh I Shoes Sold for Boiled Shirts at Only 70 Cents Passenger planes are now flying from Mason City to Minneapolis or Des Moines in an hour Theyare likewise going from Washington to New York in the scheduled time of two hours and 15 minutes Many Mason Cityans can remem ber how 40 years ago the news papers chronicled with pride tha speed of the special train which car ried President Harrison from the capital to the metropolis to attend the Washington centennial celebra tion in eight hours Washington 100 years before had made the journey in seven days Women who watched the pageant in which SOOOO soldiers marched on Broadway wore canvasand but ton shoes which could be purchased for and balbriggan hose which retailed at 14 cents Rogers Peet and company was selling boiled shirts for 70 cents and mens Eng lish braces for 39 cents Orators at the centennial cele bration included Oliver Wendell Holmes Robert T Lincoln James Russell Lowell John Greenleaf Whittier Gen William T Shermau George Bancroft Chauncey Depew and Bishop Potter Designed Big Arch Stanford White then a rising young architect designed the tri umphal arch and the republican press flayed Tammany delegates for alleged failure to show respect to President Harrison by doffine their hats K William Hohenzollern now a cit izen of Doom Holland was then the young Kaiser Wilhelm II proudly reviewing his goosestep ing guards The restless emperor visiting the zoo in Berlin shat tered the nerves of his wife who accompanied him by the darirg manner in which he approached and provoked the wild beasts This bearding of the lidns was regarded as a somewhat ominoiij portent in view of his forthcoming visit to England Did Unique Penance A Boston society woman caused something of a sensation by per forming an unique penance Holy Week Clad in a work dress and carrying soap and towels sho went to the Church of the Advent and proceeded to scrub the steps of that edifice Under the heading A Prize for the Church a newspaper an nounced that Kate Drexel daughter of F A Drexel Philadelphia banker had renounced a fortune of to enter the order of the Slstera of Mercy A freight train transoorfino tha Nora Springs Epworth League Has Delegates NORA SPRINGSJuly riet Crumb Dorothy Densmore Norma Sheckler and Margaretta Smith are the delegatesfrom Nora Springs who are attending the Ep worth League Institute at Clear Lake this week Evelyn and Mildred Green of West Branch are also at tending and are with the girlg in the dormitory CECIL Saturday Sunday Monday Fairbanks as DAr tagnan in The Iron Mask with sound and talking episodes It spar kles with the glamor and charm of olden France Wednesday Thursday Friday Fazil desire under the palms and along Parisian boulevards with Charles Farrell and Greta Nissen Movietone vaudeville talking news reel and comedy PALACE Saturday Sunday Monday Tues Bow in her secoud nil talking picture Dangerous Curves a story of circus life Wednesday Thursday Friday The Squall First Nationals spe cial 100 talking picture featuring BIJOU Saturday and of The Night Metro Goldwynf story of the underworld Monday and Chan ey in Laugh Clown Laugh the Black Eagle Thursday and Ok cis Kid IOWA Saturday Sunday man Kerry in Love Me anil World is Mine Tuesday and nal Woman with Olive Bordeii Thursday andFridayA west ern two comedies and a chapter play Nashua Child Ruptures Blood Vessel in Fall NASHUA July year old son of Mr and Mrs Er nest Beagle suffered a severe in jury to his left arm when he was thrown over the head of his pony as it reached down to eat grss The boy was takento Mercy hospi tal in Waverly Friday where it v as found a blood vessel in the arm had ruptured and the arm wa3 placed in a cast famoua Libby prison from Rich mond to Chicago was wrecked near Mayavllle Ky and fragments of the Civil war relic were scattered over the countryside People flocked to the scene to obtain old bricks and lumber as mementos Parnell the great Irish leader ou trial in London for treason was ai cool as ice while Charles Russell during his famous speech at lha trial drank nothing but Blookers Dutch cocoa D J Canary champion fancy bi cyclist of the world who had been exhibiting for four years in the prin cipal cities of Europe arrived at his home irf Meriden Conn and was given an ovationby wheelmen and others A LOCAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION OF CHARACTER Keep Your Money Working For You Invest In our local first mortjrajres and first mortgage SAFE 6 MARKETABLE NASOS IOAX INVESTMENT CO W L Patton Prcs GROUND FLOOR M B A BUILDING Safe Deposit Vault Available To Renters All Day Long Finish Cutting at Plymouth PLYMOUTH July 2TSome farmers will finish cutting gram this week and areready to start threshing Mary Capuzzi Asks roi Divorce Decree Petit011 for divorce has bem by Mary Capuzzi who separation from Jim Capuzzi o wnom she was married at Mason City Jan 15 1928 The charge is ruel and inhuman treatment PAUL SAYS Our faculty of making food taste just the way people who like good food want it to taste is the reason so many people prefer to eat their Sunday dinner as well as week day meals at the Green Mil Meet your friends at the HOME OF GOOD FOOD Say Folks want to spend a day of fun and pleasure together with just bring the family over to Bayside Park all day cause theres going to be lots of fun all day IOWA SILENT PICTURES SAT SUN MON Adults S5a lOc Marvelous Entertainment For All Another MERRY GO ROUND With This Great Cast v Mary Philbin Norman Kerry GEORGE SIEGMANN BETTY COMPSON HENRY B WALTHALL ALBERT CONTI MARTHA niATTOX EMILY FITZKOY ROBERT ANDERSON The dazzling brilliance of Europes gayest by the genius of Dupont the great a Merry Go Round Cast plus The Screens Greatest Lovers in the Greatest Love Story Ever Told a Universal Picture Directed lv Presented by A JE JDUPOJNT CARL LAEMMLE Producer of Variety STARTING SATURDAY JULY 27 ouglas Fairbanks 1 y I ffl IN r 1 The Iron Mask EXTRA ADDED FEATURES The Collegians The Rivals FOX TALKING NEWS HEAR DOUG TALK No Advance in Prices Matinee 25c Kxcept Sunday Evening 40c Children lOc tl   

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