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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Present Indications Are for Considerably Smaller Crop of Corn DESvMOINES July 23 Present Indications point to a con siderably smaller crop of corn for the seventh federal reserve district year tfcah In 1928 pliBta have made excellent progress in July following unfavorable grow HIV in Ylna LAir fa June the monthly business conditions report of the Reserve Bank of Chicago received here today said considerable variation IB thesize of plants evenin the locality so that July 15 found some corn tasseling much of the corn laid by agoodly portion knee to Waist high and a number of fields inches abovethe groundthe reportsaid Some counties in central Indiana because orwashing rains andhea winds during the latter part of Ju and thefirst half of July accord to the report Wesley National Bank Building Sold toKun WESLEY July 29Henry Kuii secretary of the Kunz Grain con pany has purchased the First Na tlonal bank building here froni R ceiver W C Pyle The purchas price plus a paving tax pf which wasBS5umed By th fetired1 mer chant waij other bidder Home Talent Play Will Be Given at Blue Earth BLUE EARTH MinnJuly 28 A home talent play Gypsy Rover will bepresented in the school auditorium Tuesday evening t f3 Vi niteoJs andin parta of Iowa re It is sponsored by Misses Genevieve ported more or less damage t9 and Geneva tattinv Check Your Trouble JodJceation V SmrSlomick Gu RADIO so to Public library talk a45 News summary Basebal scores NBC program NBC program NBC program NBC progriim industrial program Neapolitan Nights Hello Mars NBC Longine time signal Weather reports Playhouse or the Air WOWV Omaha Time markets Kozak Neapolitan nights NBC n Mars NBC Hotel Afani NBC News period STAR GAZING scores dance uou Radio floorwalker Radio household institut News bulletins Police bulletins Farm and Home melange 18 dance rs w 700 Hour from WJz Ohio caverns mail bag Hour from WJZ Sohloans orchestra Henry Fillmores band Crosley review a organ hour jj Md July 29 Whats the use of eoint intn movies if you dont to That man Bruce Bush man 18yearold son of the once th7s setting for some of te dramatic ac tion of The Eternal Womarl a Columbia picture coming to the Iowa theater Tuesday Olive Bor den and Ralph Graves are ipeolnl The Shovv at August n i i 6in program 630 Master musicians name 8S WABC 2 Romeo and Juliet llfa dane orchestra hour News period Gotham trio NBC Yaffe violin Time markets police bulle Baseball scores theater artists NBC program Miss Liberty Paxton hotel ochestra NBC program NBC program Eddie Dupsfedtersorcheatfa Final Services Held at Wesley Methodist Church WESLEY july 29The services for the summer were htld the Metoodst here the Rev J E Clifton spring on the ofJThe Decipies Chosen On With the Show is one of the greatest hits ever produced accord ing to Manager Heffher It will run here for five days and Mason Cltv will be one of her first cities out of New York and Los Angeles to seo and hear this great specia production by Warner Brother who have given amusement f am the vitaphone Tlicre are rio more fascinatliiK figures in American history WAR ON FILM SCHOOLS NewStations at Sheffield Bruce Bushman hfllm Wo1 Franci3 xBush who is now doing a turn in vaudeville and runninga strtaR of Im going on a swell ocean trin the youngster who just recently rdU if be ea in the near future one on hotel and ESOURCES OVER Available fet DevelopmeriTtiii Mason City and the NortM T j Provedits leadership in work With alert business men of this city we ave proud to submit Si Xorthwestc MINNEAPOLIS MINNEAPOLIS T DULUTH MINNESOTA Minnesota Loan Trust Company OMAHA NEBRASKA American National Bank Untted States Bank MASON OITV IOWA United States Trust Company FAKGQ NORTH DAKOTAp v FrSt Natlonat Bank LA CKOSSE WISCONSIN National Bank Trust Company SIOUX FALLS SOUTH DAKOTA Bank of La Crosse ABERDEEN SOUTH DAKOTA Security National Bank DEAJDWOOD SOUTH DAKOTA first National Bank FAKEBAULT MfNNESOTY if XT First Nationa FERGUS FALLS MINNESOTA ftccurltv MiHonal Bank Trust Company TAMESTOWN NORTH DAKOTA XaUonal Bank LEAD SOUTH DAKOTA NationaJ Bank MOOABEAD MINNESOTA FrSt Isrfttlonal Bank OWATONNA MINNESOTAFirst National Bank WATERTOWN SOUTH StateBank WATERTOWN SOUTH DAKOTA Citizens National Bank HURON SOUTH DAKOTA National Bank MIXOT NORTH DAKOTA of Huron WAHPETON NORTH DAKOTA National Banh Citizens National Bank FIRST BANK MASON CmrIQWA NORTHWESJecORRORATION re M was intervewed in the of the steamer lnr She Iay in the har bor at Baltimore Dressed in a brandnew krinkly suit of blue dungarees he scrubbed windows as he modestly and reticently an swered questions Strapping Fellow One would naturally suppose that mis handsome goodnatured youth standing sbc feet one inch tall and bearing a marked resemblance to Francis X with his dad his sister Lenora and his brother Ralph whose nom de theater is Francis X Jr identified with and success ful m motion pictures would be eager to follow in their footsteps But not Bruce Hes snubbing Holly wood and going to Europe And when he returns he said hell enter the University of California Young Bushmans job on the Cold Harbor is in the capacity of deck boy Washing windows and polish ing brass df the wheelhouse was his first assignment To him that seemed just as thrilling as reefing ic the royal topsails in the teeth of a gale Lives With Mother Bruce makes his home hero with his mother Mrs Josephine Bush man who is divorced from the boys fatherApparently Mrs Bushmans breakwith the actor and her suits to compel him to pay alimony she declares is due her have not down a close and friendly relation ship between father and son Tho boyspeaks with a fine regard for his father and when the elder Bush man comes to Baltimore he passes much time with the boy Bruce Was a member of the foot ball and lacrosse teams at high school last year starring in both sports Time enough after Im thru col lege to think about becoming a movie actor he said Until then the talkies wont have any attrac tion to me as a means of livelihood maybe they never will and as I said before whats the use of going into the movies if you dont have to of the MaHne therefore it is safe to predict tha entertainment of unusual interes will be found in The Leatherneck William Boyds new talkingpicture coming to the Cecil Saturday for four days The Leatherneck tells a human intensely dramatic tale of three Marine buddies and of their adventures in parts of Russia and Manchuria Against this varyln and colorful background the story carries this loyal trip thru romance comedy and drama which at times reaches spectacular heights T The offers for Monday Tuly 29 and Tuesday Lor Chanev m Laugh Clown Laugh one of ma greatest productions The story abounds in thrills and action Chinese to Carry Back Ames Idea on Highways to His Native Country AMES July of Chinas highways in the future may be de veloped under the guidance of a man whose knowledge has been pined at Iowa State college H V Vvoo municipal engineer of Wuhu China is enrolled in the graduate school here and ia studying road construction so that he can go back and help get the best roads possible lor his country Young China needs highways so that her newly formed union will ue more closely knit together says Air Woo Since the revolution ap proximately two years ago China has been a weak he states because she Jacks improved means of transportation Altho China has many natural waterways and about 5500 miles of canals she needs highways Shanghai and San Francisco are alike Woo says because Shanghai has the same modern improvements as San Francisco but in the rural parts of China no modern improve ments are known It Is these parts that new China hopes to reach and improve with better transportation facilities In Philadelphia henceforth the voter does not have to give his or Group From Rock Falls Is on Sightseeing Trip ROCK FALLS July grout including Mr and Mrs Ray Edgar and two daughters Dorothy and Madeline Mr and Mrs Clarence Kendrew Mr and Mrs John Wv borney the Misses Lavelta Edgar Addie Fay Duff Lillian Schnarfz Anna and Matilda Hansen and fhe Messrs Paul and Ed Hansen and Ajarvin Peterson left Saturday mornim in four automobiles fur three days sightseeing trip to i jregor Madison and the Delia S Wisconsin AT Mason THEATERS age r vote will be greatly In creased bert Lea Tribune or age except as of legal voting It is expected that tie hr The Palace is now showing thru Tuesday Clara Bow in her second JOO per cent talking picture Dangerous Curves The story is one of circus life and the bigtops with ancl acton and furnishes the It girl a good opportunity to display her many charms Irr The Iron Mush which will continue at the Cecil thru Tuesday iJouglas Fairbanks is more dynamic than ever as the fearless dashing DArtagnan who knew no risk toS great to take for love and king and country Leaping bounding speed ing climbing daring Doug leads his most colorful character from one breathtaking exploit to another with the whiz of an express train me Iron Mask is one of the fast est moving pictures ever made by the screens supreme exponent of perpetual action The Squall First Nationals ble special vitaphone production will be the feature attraction at the Palace for 3 days starting Wednesday It ls a Ter nt talking picture with an allstar cast and features Myrna Loy who has become famous m talking pictures Alice Joyce and Richard Tucker a stage star now on the screen in talking productions Ihla big special talkie is highly praised by press notices The screen bemity Greta Nissen appears in a French role in Fazil talking picture to be presented at the Cecil commencing Wednesday Fazil is the story of an Arabian prince who meets and falls in love with a French girl while on a dip lomatic mission In Venice Their honeymoon is a song of love but when he takes her back to his domain in the desert the ancient customs of his country especially in regard to women bring about seri ous conflict between them Finally she escapes and in the to catch her he is shot by one of her iricnds The story has a starllinfely wvimatlc ending An old Argentine inn hidden in the mountains U a novel IOWA MONDAY LAST TIME Love Me And the World Is Mine Ladies Get one piece Beauti ful Chinawaro Free Every ar0n day Tues and Wed OLIVE BORDER THE ETERNAL WOMAN IJOU MON AND TUES CHANEY LAUGH CLOWN LAUGH Former Cresco Man Has Party for Old Friends CRESCO July 29Fifteen busi ness and professional men of Cresco SruesU at a mens party given Country club by theif old friend and schoolmate Edwin H Arnold now an attorney of Chicao who with his wife is visiting fo a few days In this vicinity A 630 o clock dinner was served and the evening was spent playing ball and in reminiscences of schotJ boy days Those present were L P Earth A H Brown C C Burgess E A Church P A Clemmer E t Farnsworth C J Harlan 1 i Howe F D Mead Frank Owens W C Patterson C L Terry E J E a Movie schools in the vicin ity of the Hollywood film colony are under Investigation by Los Angeles city officials as a re sult of several complaints in cluding that of Marie Mulder above who claims she paid to one them and after re ceiving oight lessons was drop ped by school attaches until she should pay them more money Sells Farm for Cash MILLER July P Wil ladsen has sold his 23 acre farm to an Armstrong man for in cash possession to be given Jan 1 The place will be used exclusively for poultry KELLYS HARP ORCHESTRA or OSAGE Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night August AT THE ARMORY ADMISSION ALWAYS 2Bo CECIL Mason City Best Theater NOW PLAYING Douglas Fairbanks in The Iron Mask HEAR DOUG TALK Matinee 25c Except Sundav Evening 40c Childreu 10c FAZIL With Charles Farrell and Greta Nissen it Ifc li I fi f i j in NOW THRU TUESDAY THE BIG CIRCUS PICTURE CLARA ALL TALKING thsit lurks in the ourvn cil smilinp lips Danger that lurks In the lovechurms of two women riv als In love Dangerous Curves In the road of romance What happens HEAR Clara SETO II Ci Paramount picture 1 STARTS WEDNESDAY THE SQUALL ALL TALKING   

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