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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TEN F CAMDEN AIRPORT GIVEN OPENING Races and Visit of Giant Dirigible Features of Ceremony tIAMDEN N J Sept 21 UP Air races and demonstrations speeches and more than a score of olher events were included on the program for the official opening of Central airport Camden Saturday Participating in the air raceS were ftrfny navy and national guard planes and the navy dirigible Los Angeles flew over the grounds Cur ing the raising of the American flag The speakers during the dedica tion exercises were Gov Morgan F Larspn of New Jersey Clarence M Young newly appointed assistant secretary of commerce for aeronau tics and C Townsend Ludmgton president of Central airport Moie than 10000 persons attend ed occupying the specially built grands erected for the occasion One of the first events of the day was a model airplane flying contest held under the auspices of the Aero Club of Pennsylvania and the avia tion committee of the Camden Chamber of Commerce MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Crystal Lake Society Holds Annual Electiqri CRYSTAL LAKE Sept Ladies Aid of the M E church met in the churchbasement Thurs OFFERINGS AT MASON CITYS MOVIE THEATERS HERE IS A SCENE TOMS CABIN WHICH isluring shown at the Iowa theater Saturday Sunday and Monday day with Mrs P R Rank in as host ess Annual election of officers for the coming year was held as fol lows Mrs O Mathison president Mrs J Hunsley vice president Mrs Alfred Davis secretary and Mrs Peter Jual treasurer Goes to Iowa City WESLEY Sept Rue Hutchison has left for Iowa City where she is under medical treat ment for asthma When this clears up she will submit to a major oper atipn THIS IS A SCENE FROM BULLDOG DRTJMMOND ALL talking which opened a fourday engagement at the Cecil Saturday Ronald Colnmn is featured and the story tells of the daring exploits of a thrillseeker battling an insane doctor in a house of mystery for the love of a strange jflrl 7BigDays Now Thru Fri Palace SHOWS a 13 Direction Cbme the Here I am again f Show Starts at Singing 7 NEW SONG HITS All Singing and Talking DAVEY LEE MARIOHMIXOKT Here is where you laugh and cry with Al I MASON CITYQ COMING ATTRACTIONS AL JOLSON AND DAVEY LEE ARE STARRING other Jolson talking singing It With Songs The pro duction is featured at the Palace theater for a iveek starting Sat urday CECIL Saturday Sunday Monday Tues Colman in Bulldog DrummoritJ 100 per cent talking You will see Cplman as a comic actor of rare abilities as well as a romantic Hero Wednesday Thursday Friday Eddie Quillan and Sally ONeiJ in JThe Sophomore a college picture with whoopee laughter college life and love PALACE Starting Saturday for one Al Jolson and little Davey Lee in Say It With Songs Jolson sings seven new song hits BIJOU Saturday and Mix in Sky High Monday and Tuesday The Barker featuring Milton Sills Chaney in West of Zanzibar Thursday and of Horrors with an allstar cast IOWA Tuesday and Ray and Walter Miller in Hawk of the Hills Thursday and two comedies and chapter play Saturday Sunday rie Prevost and Harrison Ford in H Blonde for a Night Bulldog opened sit the Cecil Saturday afternoon Con cerning this alltalking picture the New York Daily News published the Bulldog Drummond is a peach of a happy snappy thrill ing picture which will endear Ron ald Colman more than ever to the hearts of his adoring public At an Apollo theater premiere last even ing done in grand style Colman proved himself a perfect talkie sub ject He gave a wholly captivating performance in a 100 per cent Uia log adaptation of a certain Broadway stage play which is not tremendous in scope but teeming With action resplendent with com edy and completely engrossing from start to finish Say It With Songs starring Al Jolson who is assisted by adorable Davey Lee opened a oneweek en gagement at the Palace Saturday i This production is drawing im mense crowds in other cities so it was deemed advisable to present thispicture here for a full week and not just five days as has been announced Jolson sings seven songs and he will make you laugh and cry The midnight show will be pre sented as usual at p m Sat urday Meet a new team of aspirants to the JaureJs of Romeo and Juliet Ed eiie Quillan Fathes brilliant young comedian and Stanley Smith haiul soma young juvenile are the at est to portray Shakespeares im mortal sweethearts The occasion is a sequence of The Sophomore a Pathe dialog picture coming to the Cecil theater on Wednesday next in which a college play is put on by an all masculine cast to ob tain funds for the football team en terprises Eddie dons the flowing draperies of Juliet and Stanley the tights and furbelows of Romeo And how youll laugh when you sei them Her Private life featuring beautiful Billie Dove which was to be shown at the Palace Saturday and Sunday Has been canceled in order to make it possible to ulay Say It With Songs starring Al Jolson for an entire week Her Private Life will be shown at a later date The widely heralded 87000000 Universal superproduction of cle Toms Cabin opened at the Iowa theater Saturday The gigan tic feature was close to two years in production and over 6000 people were used in making it Every fi nancial technical and physical re source of the tremendous Univer sal organization was employed in making this one of the greatest photodramaa ever brot to the screen Harry Pollard directed the supermotion picture and an all star cast was selected to play the featured roles The cast includes Margarita Fischer Arthur Edmund Carew John Roche Gertrude An tor Lucien Littlefield George Sicg mann Mona Ray Virginia Grey Eulalie Jensen J Gordon Russeilt Aileen Manning Jack Mower Viv ien Oakland and others The Bijou is offering Saturday Sept 21 and Sunday Tom Mix and his wonder horge Tony in Sky High a thrilling action picture of the west Tom and Tony as usual offer their admirers many thriils and plenty ofaction 125 Piece Band to Play at University IOWA CITY Sept band of 125 pieces largest ever organized here will represent the University of Iowa during the year 192930 it has been announced by Director O B Van Doren Exceeding the size of last years band by 50 pieces the organization will appear at all home football games and will participate in official university functions such as commencement and Governors day MASON CITYS BEST THEATER Starting Saturday SEPTEMBER 21 And now comes by far the most popular talkie yet shown here All Mason City be raving over the voice of Konald Colman in the finest allaction laughing talking picture evermade Its going to set a new standard in the talkies RONALD ID ffUJ MMOND A Daring Romancer The great lover of the movies lives hotblooded breathtaking adventure in a palpitating mystery drama sizzling with dy action UNITED Danger Was a Lark to Him Howard County Teachers Finish Cresco Meeting CRESCO Sept of the most successful and profitable teachers institutes ever held in Howard county came to a close Fri day afternoon after a two days ses sion under direction of county su perintendent Miss Zina Fessenden There were approximately 20 teachers and visitor senrolled anc the institute faculty waj compoaec of some of the outstanding inatruc at and otbtjr The fighting spirit and stubborn cour age that had won him honors in bat tle rise to new heights when an unknown girl sends him a call for help from the sanator ium of a mad doc tor Its the last word in THRILLERS EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONS THE LAUGHING COMEDY HIT THE COLLEGIANS IN ON CARD FQX TALKING NEWS CURRENT EVENTS OF THE DAY Drummond is Ronald Colmans first talkie and it is without ques tion one of the screens greatest hits and has been playing to capacity houses everywhere Continuous Show Start at 13579
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