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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASONCITY GLOBEGAZETTE RADIO PROGRAMS MONDAY DEC ie By the Associated Press in central stand ard time All time is p m un otherwise indicated Wave lengths OB left of call letters ftllocycles oh right New Chain Piano KED back of the news in Washing Is o W O C W E B C KVOQ WDAF WOW KGO KGWKSDWKY V Concert orchand Also W3Yr WWJ KYW WSAI KSD I WOC WDAF WIOD KTHS WSHB KSTP WTMJ WEBC WJAX WHAS WSM WMC WSB KVOO KPRC WOAI WKY WFJC WTAMWFAA I WWJ WSA WDAF WTAM partyrAlso WG WTAM KSD WOC WOW WDAF KSTP WTMJ WHAS WSM WMC WSB WBAP KPRC WOAI eternal x and stations singers chorusof 1 WWJ WGY WOC Hotel dance WOW WFJCrwWJ Ted Fioritps dance orchestra x Dusty Rhodes l KYW Jfew A D C W IS WREC WFBM WDOD KOIL Henry and WADC WMAQ WKRC WHK KOIL KMOX WSPD WGL WFBMWCGO VVCAO KBMC WISN WGHP Couriers Buibig po p u la r p r org r a WABC WKRC WGHP WMAQ KMOX KMBC KOIL WHK wcco WSPD WFBM Magazine WGHP WMAQ 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landscape archite ture by F A Robinson Noon National farm and horn hour p m John Thompson low Homestead The encore Melody three Popular program by merr T Classical program by Bank i ers Life r Talk on Madison county b t R Harlan y Science newis of the week News summary VV t Uncle Bob orchestra glee club WEAF and WJZ 3 News orch 30 WJZ Dance music 3 hrs Farmers farmer Grab bag zmisic parade DX air vaudevillo Quin Nighthawks feature lladio floorwalker Same as WJZ 30 m Hauersorchestra trio Hotelorchestra singers News bulletin board WEAF prograins 2 4 DrPalmer MplsSt concert WABC Bancoopera Programof brevities Hamlihe lp00 Politicfeiis WABC 45 Longs orchestra St Feature musketeers WABC programs 3 Brevities hrs v 36SKVOO Tulsir1146 Trio talk is talk Same asWEAF Kay Dees Navigators music 4Q52rWSB Rudy Browns orchestra hrs S S S program VVEAF 30 Conservatory entertainers Goo Berkeys orchestra 8748TWBAP Fort WEAF and orchestra WJZ 15 musical Theater hr Dinner concert WJZ Dance fiddle five vocal Orchestra andcontralto WEAF anfl WJZ Program of brevltleaT Half hour from WEAF Feature program Studio orchestra and vocal Star Gazing HOLLYWOOD Cal Dec 14 Separattng the wheat of movie news Trom the chaff Ricafdo Cortez Mae Murray and Leo CarrUlp are three the few noviestars who sold their stocks Before the jirash Ian MacLaren iasbe en picked for a role neys Song of the lame Is to be the first spectacle alkie with mob scenes like in those rid silent pectacles Birthof a Na ion1 Ten Commandmeijts and thers Ford Sterling will play movie producer in his next Tom Patrlcola of Broadway renown now does his perform ing before the movie camera a Above Mr Tom In a very jovial mood Its a Great Life will be title of Duncan sisters talkie first ballet Cotton and Jack Aasen Is the tallest man Jn Hollywood He stands eight feet ten inches press agent measurements And hes to the movies Now w know why too Magnascope was in vented Olive Borden may be blond in her next Paul Luka Will beseen in Here Comes th Bandwagon picture of carniva life Ruth Chatteiton has re turned to Hollywood after making picture in New York Natall Moorhead formerly of but now in movies is hailedpson of Hollywoodabest dressed worhe Dennis King is back lin I staghighis role iix Vaga bond King Youll see Evelyn Brent as a spiritualists medium in her next William Austen th English movie actor was born South America George Ban croft first attracted movie pro diicers because he smiled when h played villains Up to George time all film villains did was snee ogle smirk leer and snarl Aileen Pringle is making her come back after being out since talkies She turned blond fo her first talkie role But no theyve permitted her to become brunet H R X5R VA iir A Capella choln Worlds fair pr 0 Worlds fair program News features dance 13 hrs VtS 870 Supper tJme books angelus Fanner8family Water witches musical Steppers concert orcb Popular program 45 WLW 700 Hour of orchestras Musician acrap book Historical automatics WJZ 30 auto concert i WJZ 30 the club Modern Woodmen Elect Officers at Fayett FAYETTEDec 14fThe follow ing officora were elected by the lo cal M WA cajnp Wednesday eve ning Counselor Warren Culbert son advisor CharleyWood bank er F B Claxton escort Gle Greenough sentry Dale Gordon watchman M O Schneider celrk Russel Swartz manager for thre year terra J E Knight and man ager for two year term Ear Schneider G W Knight has serve as clerk of the local camp for 1 years He was urged to accept re election but refused to serve again Ouch1I bumped my crazj bone Oh well coiab your hair rlgh and the bump wont Arcanum Bulletin V Gity Screen Attractions Scene from Cecil B DeMilles first talking picture Dynamlto which opened aoneweek engage ment at tlie Cecil Saturday Conrad Najjel Kay Johnson and Charles Bickford head the cast This pic ture tells a story of ultramodern society Irene Bordonl is featured in an all talking singing and dancing technicolor picture Paris at the Palace Saturday Sunday Monday anfl Tuesday AT MASON CITYS THEATERS Asceno from Evidence ah all talking nicture featuring PaulineFrederick shows at the Bijou Saturday and Sunday CECIL One week starting 1 B DeMilles Dynamitea talk jg picture wtih many thrilling epi odes This production contains gai ty richness splendor women wine and a heman and shewo man story PALACE Sunday Monday The talking singing anclng picture Paris featuring rene Bordonl It was produced In natural colors Wednesday Thursday The Girl From Woolworths atar rmg Alice White It is a talkin Singing dancing picture BIJOU Saturday and Frederick in Evidence 100 per cent talking Monday Tuesday Wednesday Douglas Fairbanks Jr in the alltalking picture The Careless Thursday and Re turn of Sherlock Holmes all talk ing qbyna Ralston in The Count of Thursday and double eature program including Tex laynard in The DriftingKid The Ace of Scotland Yard a two eel comedy and a western novelty eature Blue Wings Revenge Saturday Sunday Damiti who has proved a setisa lonal hit In Europe in Forbidden iove IOWA Tuesday and Wednesday Charles Ray James tileason anc in Foreign Landsto be Discussion Subject AMES Dec J 14 management in four countries was being discussed here today as the first farm managers conference and short course opened at Iowa State college The course will con tinue thru tomorrow Farm man agement in Switzerland Germany Russia and the United States wil be discussed by the delegates dur Ing the two day session The leasing system tenancy real estate sitittt tion as related to types of farming soil management and price outlook will be embodied in the diacusslonu also Dynamite talking by Cecil BDeMllIeis now playing at the Cecil theater More important than any Milie production of its type is said to have been a year under way The results more than justify the timo expenditure according to critics The picture is intensely colorful packed with glamour and thrills and leading up to one of the most thrilling climaxes ever devised for any photoplay Paris one of the big treats of the opened a fourday en gagement at the Palace Saturday It is a First National special star ring for the first time in picturea the noted Broadway comedienne Irene Bordoni The cast also in cludes the greatsinging favorite of Broadway Jack Buchanan and a chorus of 200 sparkling girls in startling coustumes Miss Bordoni and Mr a number of catchy song hits Some of the most gorgeous sets ever filmed are showa n Paris The Bijou attraction Saturday and Sunday is Evidence 100 per cent alkiug picture with Pauline Freder ck The story abounds in thrills and s of the pleasing type 1 Lilyan Talshman and Carroll Nye are important members of the cast of Craigls Wife now showing at ieIowa theater Irene Rich pbr rays the title role with Warner Baxter appearing as her husband Virginia Bradford Jane Keckley el Wales Mabel Van Buren and Raida Rae also are in the cast Tho all singing dancing tolldnj song romance Married in Holly wood will open at the Cecil next Saturday Dec 21 The music is by Dscar Straus composer of The Chocolate Soldier In the palmiest days of musical comedy or light operetta more than one song hit that lingered in memory was un usual In Married in Hollywood first operetta to reach the sound screen a Fox Movietone production there are nine distinctive song hits ART SHOCKS ORCHESTRA Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday NlRht Dec 14 AT THE ARMORY ADIsnSSION ALWAYS 25c Our New Policy CHILDREN ANY DAY 10 ANY TIME Note Starting Saturday Decem ber 14th there will be a marked change in the pol icy of presentation pro grams at the IOWA THE ATER The management is striving at all times to give the patrons the best programs possibleat the lowest possible prices We feel that this change of policy will meet with the approval of our many friends and Altho the price has tieen reduced the management guaran tees patrons bigger and better programs The IOWA THEATER is the only theater in Ma son City devoted exclusive ly to the presentation of SILEI7T PICTURES IOWA SAT SUN MON CRAICS WIFE Our New Policy WITH IRENE RICH WARNER BAXTER COMEDIES NOVELTIES AND LATEST NEWS EVENTS ADULTS ANY DAY 20 ANY vTIME Note SAT STIN MON the Iowa will present tho pick of the programs pictures Wfth this thoro wIH bo comedies novel ties and latest hews events TUES WED We will endeavor to present the best in western features That typo of picture which is now becoming so popular With thla program there will also be included comedies and latest news events THURS FBI OUR BIG DOU BLE FEATURE PROGRAM This pro gram will consist of a five or six reel feature a two reel chapter play a two reel comedy and a western feature novelty Clip this for future refer ence REMEMBER the Iowa prices Children lOc Adults ANY TIME me of which Dance Away tho light with music by Dave Stamper and lyric by Harlan Thompson is destined to surpass In The Merry Widow Valtz of a generation ago The same composers have evolved an other tuneful number Until One Comes Along which will run Away the Night a close race for popularity Alice White tho new pep girl will e starred at the Palace comtnenc ng Wednesday In her latest singing and dancing picture The Girl From Woolworths Miss White has ideal part in this production arid as in her former pictures she is ds ightfully entertaining Douglas Fairbanks Jr will be at the Bijou three days starting Mon day In his latest all talking picture The Careless Age which has lots f pep romance and drama Doug as Is supported by an allstar cast ncluding Loretta Young and Car mel Myers Two song hits are fea ured Melody Divine and Say It With a Solitaire Aspirin Cannot Be Sold in Groceries Supreme Court Says DES ilOINES Dec 14 pirin cannot legally be Bold In groc ery stores in Iowa the state su ireme court ruled yesterday in up lolding an injunction issued by the olk county district court against the Jewett market here The court also affirmed the con victionof Walter Davis a Negro on a second degree murder charge for the slaying of John Washington another Negro in Des Moines a year ago A Keokuk county case involving seduction of a young girl who was awarded against C A land was reversed Justice E A Mori Ing of Era metshurg was elected chief justice succeeding Chief Justice E G Al bert The court disposed of 626 cases during the last year and only three cases submitted since the September term were left over until the next year Lake Mills Farmers Will Receive Aid in Protecting Property LAKE MILLS Dec who live within a radius of five miles of Lake Mills may have fire protection from the Lake Mills de partment according to a new plan formulated by the local fire fight ers The farmers wishing the service will be asked to sign an agreement in which they pay to belong to the protected group and In case of a fire on their premises to which the fire department is called they agree to pay It is said that a number of farmers have already signed the agreement Lake Mills has modern equipment In their big pump engine and chem ical truck The chemical wagon wil on all farm calls Officers Are Selected FOREST CITY Dec annual meeting of the Imraanue Lutheran Womens society was held Thursday afternoon at the Parish house The following officers were elected for 1930 Mrs O B Ander son president Mrs Ove S Olson vice president Mrs Roy Kygmyr secretary and Mrs Soren Kristen sen treasurer Sailors SaV Volcanoes in AlaskaActive DUTCH HARBOR Alaska Dec 14 that seven vol canoes on the eastern Aleutian Is lands and the southern coast of the Alaska peninsula were spouting flames and spreading dense sulphur smoke in the first general outburst1 Inthat region since1927 was be lieved by marine men here today to indicate that island and coast con tours there are again being altered The crew the steamer Starr arn rived here with reports that the vol canoes Katmai Pavlof Magelk Kagamil Akutan Chlginagak and Shisaldin were unusually active All f of the volcanoes are remote from civilization but a few ments are on theislands near of the peaks Akutan of 4100 feet altitude spread lava over the island of that name last May and part of the top of it was blown off In the and fall of 1927 about 20 volcanoes were violent in the region Shishaldin was reported here as beingthe most active This peak rising 10000 feet on Unimak IsJaurf near the village of SIsaguk always one of the opened a new cratec in 1914 There are at least 600 inlets which J never have been charted and fre quently are changing in this region The Bogoslof volcano which tow ered 1000 feet above the sea in 1823 entirely disappeared under water t after that only to burst out again in 1896 Fire island rose from the J sea in 1883 Neighbors Plan to Husk Swea City Mans Fields SWEA CITY Dec of the Grant township Methodist church and other friends are iriak ing plans to husk the remainder of Richard Newtons corn this week The husking party was planned for Tuesday butthe weather prevented Mr Newton has been roughly lately Blinding lights caused him to drive into a truck on road K norta1 of here Saturday night causing in juries on his chest A few weeks j ago he received several broken ribs when he was kicked by a horse Irvington Boy Tips Car Over in Traffic TieUpJ IRVINGTON Dec Butterfield arid his cousin Edftlil Curran overturned in their Ford coupe on their way to schoo Thursday morning A school bjjj came out of a side road in frontdj the Butterfleld car and to prevent collisionHoward turned out sharp swung around toward theditch over the embankment The was badly but Howard T unhurt Miss Curran rpcelved a fej deep cuts on her leg MASON CITYS BEST THEATER STARTS SATURDAY The Whole Countrys Raving About this AllTalking AHThrilling Film Hit Two men and the woman they loved trapped in a mine fifteen minutes to live Just one of a score of tense climaxesin tSia ho man and shewoman story of starlr drama blended with gaiety richness women wine eecil B De Blillos first talldns greatest screen achievement CECIL B DE MILLES dramatic explosion AllTalking A Metro GoldwynMayer PICTURE with CONRAD NAGEL KAY JOHNSON CHARLES BICKFORD JULIA FAYE Special Midnight Show Saturday at P M WHAT A SHOW THIS CHE IS   

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