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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN OIL FIRM WILL OPEN STATION Service Plant at South Federal Avenue and j Fifth Street I The independent Oil and Gas com will open its second new ttoa here Saturday morning accord ing to Warren Hi Geer city super visor Last Saturday the new sta tion at Federal avenue and Fifth street northeast was formally opened The opening Saturday will tS at South Federal avenue and fifteenth street where the complete service facilities that are available aj the new Fifth street location have been duplicated Oil and Gas company constructionengineers have made a careful study of the ground layout tfiat provides the most convenience f5r the public in securing the var icjus items of merchandise required at a gasoline and oil station and the results of their planning are evidentin the convenient arrange ment of these new units Mr Geer J R Atchison from the Tiilsa dffice isIn Mason City this week tv visit the local stations From Here he will continue on a tour of in spection of stations in Iowa and Minnesota Announce Girls Birth NLY Aug and Mrs Martin Bootjer are the parents of a baby daughter born on Tuesday This is the first child in the fam ily She weighed 6 pounds and 6 ounces and has been named Louise Saturday RADIO PROGRAMS MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VVHO the Bunkers Life Company DCS Moines 1000 Meters SATURDAY AUG 10 PM News Summary Baseball Scores Phi Spitalhey Popular Program Old time favorites by the Rocking Chair Orchestra Symphonic Music NBC Program El Tango Romantico fNBC Park Central Hotel Orches tra Time Signal Weather Forecast Bankers Life Comic Opera Hour SATURDAY AUGUST 10 Quin dance floorwalker orchestras time first nights from WEAF features dancef 4U 700 15 singing school WJZ program highlights and Lee Theis orchestra orchestra 30 min 30 m dinner con cert as WABC 2 hrs Harriet band concert dance music 2 hrs Bankers Llfe Companj Des Atoines 1000 Meters SUNDAY AUG 11 p m Time of ody Program NBC Capitol Theater New York NBC David Lawrence NBC NBC Program Biblical Drama NBC Popular At SethParkers NBC Sam Herman Xylophonist NBC Russian Cathedral Choir NBC Time Signal Weather Reports Bankers Life Little Symphony SUNDAY AUG 11 Programs in cnntral standard time All time is p m unless otherwise indicated Wave lengths on left of call letters kilocycles on right Larry Larsen Pat Barnes Dinner music Nighthawks feature WEAF 30 m1 musical WEAF 30 Peters quar News feat popular 213 Angelus hour Henry Theis orchestra Concert orch and soloists Cino singers cello recital Musical novelesque MplsSt Same as WABC 3 hrs Band concert huor scores The last 1929 Community Dollar Day Is to be held in Mason City Saturday August 10 Seasonable merchandise will be on sale After you have tried them all 3ou will buy FOX HEAD PALE FOX HEAD HEALTH BREW FOX HEAD TONIC brewed with the choicest selection of Barley Malt together with the Ml FOxlHEAD TO ASSESS BANK STOCKHOLDERS SPRING WATER Fox Head Waukesha Corp C S Sanhoni Distributor Maaon Cltyrowa Judgment Threatened in Swea City Bank Case SWEA CITY Aug ing shareholders in the defunct State bank here have received no tice from the receiver L A An drews that unless they pay the 100 per cent stock assessment orderad shortly after the bank closed he I will take judgment against them I and attachment proceedings in the usual course thru the sheriffs office will follow Action will be started next week This brings to a head litigation which has been in progress ever since the assessment was ordered Shareholders who bought stock in the bank when it was reorganized in December 1926 opposed the as sessment on the grounds that the bank was insolvent when it re opened and that they did not obtain value received Judge D F Coyle ruled against them recently in a case that they took to district court STAR GAZING HOLLYWOOD Aug 9 Just when Colleen Moore is proving to the movie world that she clicks in a rather large way as a talkie ac tress the young Irish lady quietly remove herself from the movie business A majority of the veteran silent stars would ba beside themselves Who wouldnt have pleasant dreams In such n perfectly scrumptious pajama cap tia Jean Arthur Is wearing My my these movie people do have It nice AUGUST 10th Is Mason Citys Community with joy if they were in Colleens shoes but Miss Moore doesnt seem 0 give a hoot about her good for une and is busy packing her trunks oran aroundtheworld trip with Husband John McCormick Colleen scores heavily in her first alkie Smiling Irish Eyes which IBS just opened on Broadway and now her contract completed she is iving up all temporary thot of the ilm business Miss Moores work in her first alkie is exceptionally good She brings the same appeal to the sound screen she possessed in the old silent days and is sure to receive a lot of offers from other producers But that doesnt bother Colleen She wants to make this globegirdiing j trot and she is going to make it1 Outside of Colleen Smiling Irish Eyes holds little interest The story ta rather weak and James Hall is negligible as leading man Some beautiful scenes competent photography and an exciting greascdpig chase are the only high of Miss Moores good performance AT Mason Citys THEATERS Hundreds of Articles Will Be On Sale all over Mason City CROWDS ARE EXPECTED The Palace Is showing for the last times Friday Aug9 On With the Show Warner Brothers big musi cal comedy sensation Besides being 100 per cent talking singing and dancing it is all in natural colors and is the first talking picture made in colors Manager Heffner states that all attendance records at the Palace have been broken by this production and he hasnot heard of a person who has not thoroly en joyed On With the Show Many have returned to see and hear this picture for the second time accord ing to Mr Heffner The Air Circus is extremely thrilling Anyone who has seen it at the Cecil will tell you that What a young aviator or aviatrix goes thru in learning to fly is the es sence of the story Three young Americans two boys and a girl ac tually conquer the air in The Aic which will be presented for the Jast time at the Cecil Friday night Aug 9 The screen spectators see David Rollins Sue Carol and Arthur Lake operating their own planes doing the looptheloop fall ing leaf spirals and other stunts In less than a months instruction at thecontrols they learned to fly When they had qualified under the tutelage of expert aviators forty Los Angeles newspaper national syndicates and fan writers were In vited to see them perform at Clover Field Santa Monica Cal Smiling Irish Eyes with Colleen Moore talking from the screen for the first time will be the attraction at the Palace starting Saturday It is 100 per cent talking and during the action of the story Colleen is heard singing three Irish songs written especially for her in this picture It be a treat to hoar the popular scrnen star talk for the first time The regular midnight show starting at in 15 p m Satur day night will be given A Hollywood play without a single studio scene In It This is the unique distinction of Mans Man William Haines new picture j a sound synchronized production opening Saturday at the Cecil the ater Directed by James Cruze from the Patrick Kearney stage hit1 and laid entirely in Hollywood it gives intimate glimpses of the film colony its stars its social events all with out any stereotyped studio scenes The affair is a hilarious comedy a satire on all Hollywood life with a love romance running thru it Josephine Dunn plays the girl a moviestruck bride who thinks she resembles Greta Garbo and Sam Hardy of Diamond Handcuffs fame the villain a discharged as sistant director pnd Bnsch an appealingcharacter part that of hardboiled extra who takes the moviestruck ttle under her protection The Bijou is showing for the last times Friday The Bloekade a thrilling action story featuring Anna Q Nilsson It is a throbbing melodrama of the smugglerhijack er and the intrigue aboard the pi rate craft of twelvemllesout Hoot Gibson Has given such nfc The of he Rodeo The Calgary Stampede and Chip ofthe Flying U to the entertain ment world They have helped make mm one of the most popular west ern stars onthe screen Now he is returning here in a picture that is well on the road to even greater success than his previous thrill pro ductions He will be seen at the Iowa theater starting Saturday in Universals The Winged Horse man a story laid in the western clouds with Hoot mounted on the fuselage of an airplane Ruth Elder pretty aviatrix who was first of sex to span the Atlantic by air ap pears opposite Hoot Ken Maynard popular western star will be the attraction atthe Bijou Saturday and Sunday in his latest western thriller The Royal Rider TheBijou manager states that something new will be offered In this picture The story deals with a troupe of Texas cowboys travel ing thru Europe with a Wild West show One of the high lights of the picture is a huge rodeo staged for the boyking of this mythicalking dom of the Graustark type Ken and Tarzan many new thrill ing stunts to offer Bank Receiver Leaxes Federal Department SWEA CITY Aug Frank Bois of the Firat National banfc has severed his connections with the federal banking depart ment and has accepted an engage ment with the Bank of Detroit Mich He will be succeeded here by C J Obrecht receiver of the de funct national banks of Spirit Lake Milford and Estherville In addition to the First National bank here Mr Obrecht will Also have charge of the defunct First National at Armstrong making five banks in his receivership Mr Bois will become credit man Cunningham Radio Tubes Sold and Distributed BT Central Battery Electric Co Cunningham Radio Tubes Solil ly BOOMHOWER STREETER Smith Hardware Phone 142 113 N Federal L ager of the Guardian bank at De11 His family now living at Des I Momes will Join him there Trades House for Farm BRISTOW Aug 9The Rev John Dawson has traded his town property here toward a small farm near Greene He will take possession of the new place March 1 IOWA FRIDAY BARGAIN t A 1UC DAY IOC Western 2 Comedies 2 Chapter 9 A Final Reckoning STARTS SATURDAY With Ruth Elder the pretty Atlantic avlatrlx CECIL Mason Citys Best Theater LAST TIMES FRIDAY The Sky Is The Limit In Thrills The Air Circus With Sue Carol and David Rollins Starting Saturday WITH THRILLING SOUND FROM THE STAGE SMASH tA iff a Of THURSDAY and FRIDAT BUT AT WHAT A PRICE MAP NILSSON A romance of the boot leg the law and those vho break it Queen of the Northwoods SAT AND SUN Ken Maynard IN The Royal Rider With Josephine Dunn Mae Busch Except Sunday Children lOc XV Il LAST TIMES FRIDAY The Talk of Mason City The Biff Musical Comedy Sensation WARNER Baos BAYSIDlfl Amusement Park M Sunday Aug 11 BROADCASTING ORCHESTRA THE MISSISSIPPI SIX CONCERTS 2 5 7 TWO BIG FREE ACTS Youll Enjoy Them Free Acts Baseball SUNDAY AUG 11 Sanborn Minn vs Baysidc The Clear LakeBayside Water Carnival and At water Kent Radio Bathing Beauty Contest will he held Aug 23 and 24 TALKING Q SINGING It Is Breaking All Records All Natural Color Today Is Your Last Chance I wm 1 U STARTS SATURDAY Hares one thrill youve been waiting for Vitaphone to bring you Colleen talk Ing and real Colleen in a love story morn hctiutirul than Lllun Time Vmi couldnt winli for more Smiling Irish Eyes 100   

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