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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 26, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Our January Clearance SALE Starts Thursday Jan 2nd MANtEYS IRUTHCROSS Writes A THRILLING ROMANCE Of The West The mystic spell of the western mountains has to the author of The GolJen Cocoon and The Unknown Goddess and Ruth Cross has written a story of love and adventure in the Sierras Rocky slopes and rugged peaks become the scene of dramatic struggle with the colorful characters of the hills clashing in a contest for progress against the barriers of nature and the suspicions intrigues and emotions of men Suddenly the combatants find themselves battling for a human prize A QUESTION OF HONOR By Ruth Crow Ruth Cross develops the vivid story of Anne Wilmot who comes to Leon Morses mountain lodge resigned to marrying the railroad because he is wealthy When she meeJsScoit Glennthe young engineer who dares defy Morse however she turns against the forces of family caste and destiny This Unusual Striking Storyl Starts MONDA Y9 December 30 In the GlobeGazette MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE RADIO PROGRAMS FBIDAY DEO 37 By The Associated Pi Programs la Central Standard time AH time la p m unless wist indicated Wavelengths on left of call letters kilocycles on right New NBO Chain Orchestra and WTAM KYW KSD WOW WDAF KSTP WTMJ WKY WWJ WOC WFAA WSAI WEBC WOAI KPRG V 800 Harbor Sea Alao WWJJWSAI KSD WQW Gus arid WGY WWJ WSAI KSD WOC WOW WIBO WDAF Negro WGY WWJ WSM WLS KSD WQW WOC WFJC Mystery House Dramatic WWJ WOC Hotel Dance WWJ WFJC WGY WOW WMC New CBS Chain Footlights Also WADC WKRC WHK WGHP WOWO KMBC KOIL KMOX WFBM WCCO WBRC WDOD WREC WLAC WDSTTKLRA WMAQ WHK KMBC KOIL WOWO KMOX WCCO Story Hour of of Mary and WADG WMAQ WKRC WHK WGHP WOWO KMBC KOIL KMOX WSPD wcco WBRC WDOD WREC WLAC WDSU KRLD KFJF KLRAKTSA WDSU WIBW Radios Court of AppeaJsl Also WADC WKRC WGHP WMAQ KMOX KOIL WSPD WHK WISN KMBC wowo wcco Our Dancing WKBN WDOD WKRC WISN WLAC WBRC WHK WSPD KMBC KOIL KLRA WREC KMOX Jan Carters to WKBN WDOD WISN WBRO WGHP WSPD KFH KOIL KLRA WREC New NBC Chain Circus KDKA KYW WHAS WSM WSB WMC WLW The Choristers Male Octet Newa bulleUng CJeprele Fprgie Cowboy club Midland college hour Haydens hour Cities Service orchestra NBC Harbor Lights NBC 830 Schradertpwn band NBC Planters Pickers NBC musical program Bulpvatime Travelogue talk TX7 in orchestra News period Air circus Party orchestra feature WJZ WBAF 3 1000 News dance WJZ Dance music 3 Dance Mike Herman KOS W B Black Hotel and KDKA WREN Personalities at 711 Keith KFAB KWK 745 Famous KDKA WLW KWK WREN WIOD KFAB WIBO Jones and KDKA WMC KYWWREN KPRC WOAI WHAS WSM WSB KWK WJR WAPI WSMB WIOD WLW WFAA WEBC KDKA WJR KYW KWK WREN WTMJ KSTP WBBCV WMC WSB WSMB KPRC WOAI WSM WKY WCKY WHAS Quakers Vocal and Orchestra KWY WJR WLW KSTP WTMJ WEBC WHA9 WSMWSB KVOO KPRC WOAI WKY WSMB WMC Chorus and KDKA WJR WLW KYW KWK KVOO WHAS WSM WMC WSB WSMB WBAP KPRC WOAI WKY WTMJ Slumber Music l Also WREN KDKA Amos V to WMAQ KYW KWK WREN WTMJ KSTP WEBC WKY WBAP KPRC WOAI WDAF Des Moinbs 1000 a an The Early Birds Record program Record program National Home Hour NBC Betty Crockers Home Service Hour Music Appreciation hour Program sponsored by F W Fitch Co Market Weather reports Farm Talk by County Agent Robbins Your Home and Mine Chats With the Weatherman Noon National Farm and Home p m John Thompson Iowa Homestead The Encore Coleman Lamp program The Melody Three Program sponsored by Drake University Merry Minstrels Morning devotions NBC Cheerio NBC Time markets Morning Melodies NBC Records Markets Nebraska Federation of Wo mens club Salon Singers NBC WOWs sightseers Markets News bulletins Police bulletins National Farm and Home hour NBC Markets WOVW musical program Threo NBC U S Marine Symphony NBC News period Records Bob Fulton pianjst Home Economics period Time markets police bulle tfns sip DX air vaudeville 2 41B4TWGNWLEB 600 Quin dance comedians Radio floorwalker Feature programs 2 News feature dance 3 Supper time books Ansrelus Singers orchestra The president 30 Feature program Music and showboat Orchestra scrap book WJZ singers Dr WIfco WJZ 45 Band WJZ l hr Hall duo scrap book Burnt corkers dance Sweet and low down All night party 3 WEAF 1 feature Same as WBAF 1 Feature dream hour 1W MplsSt Guy Lbmbardo quartet Chains traffic court Dance music 123 hrs St Quartet Tony Cabooch WABC programs 3 bra Willie Lillle sporte Dance music 2B3rKVOQ Hour from WJZ Ambassadors vocaL Dance music hour WSB WJZ finance Balladist Masonic club WJZ programs 2 hrs Peanut pickers Hawaiian ensemble Fort WJZ programs 1 Brevities WJZ 15 Hotel orchestra 1 Band Halls orchestra 1 Jubilee stagers studio l Dance band studio 1 hr v WJZ fSOmO vocal and or chestra Francis Craigs orchestra WJZ programs 2 The shield men Heavy Power Saw Drops Into River at Nashua NASHUA Dec power saw used in cutting tee for the Crys tal ice company at this place and operated by Alden Lairdand Casey Jones was backed into the water Monday where it was about 15 feet deep and 30 men and one team worked about three hours in get ting it outThe damage to the saw was estimated to be about What do you spose Brookhart attends parties for anyhow For the Telegraph Important Trains Restored 16 EmUbound No 38 Ex Sun PM Mason City and Stattonm Wwtbonnd No S3 Ex Sun PM i v Lv MASON CITT ILLINOIS COAL You baye tried the real now try the beat If you are using or wil be equally well pleased with this LUMP Coal ALLISON COAL FEED CO Phone 431 his tf52 Ar Lv Nora Jet Nora Springs Rudd CHAKLESCITT Bassett Ionia New Hampton Lawler Jackson Jet Ft Atkinion HdS LT lAr CALMAR Ossian Castalia Postville Luana Monona tjo Ar MARQUETTK Lv PM PM Catoir with trmJni for from Auitin mid inurniMlUu poinu TRAVEL BY RAILI Comfort nd Economy danund it Enjoy whilt tngixttr don driving H vy FRAZEE Ticket A Pbon B WFCODY Aient St ind S Phoni 33i City Iowa MILWAUKEE BLlcmiVIIDOVIKTHI kOCKIBI TO TUB HEALTH BUI STARTS INQUIRY Studies to Be Extended to Factories in Middle West WASmNGTON Dec 26 Studies to determine the effects upon workersof exposure to ra dium rays have been extended to the midwest by the U S Public Health service More than 200 women clock faq tory employes in the vicinity of New York City already have been examined by scientific Investiga tors of the service Take Several Months Ustng especially appar atus the Investigators have sub jected worker to a searching examination that Is expected after Xray plates have been developed to disclose the slightest trace of radium It will require several months Dr L R Thompson who is direct ing the inquiry for the health ice said today to complete study of the plates obtained by the field workersand prepare the results of their study for publication To Expand Inquiry The study is the mo at exhaustive ever undertaken to determine how radium rays affect workers who come into intimate contact with them Five Nejr Jersey women and a number of workers elsewhere have been stricken after exposure to radium rays in clock factories and several deaths have resulted Dr Thompson explained the health service has decided to ex pand its inquiry to Illinois in order to obtain data that will be as com plete as possible Results of the sur vey are expected to be of invalu able aid to science in treating ra dium patients n the future Modern Woodmen Royal Neighbors Elect Heads for Reason at Plymouth ARRIVES WNY e rtft Photo Kathrya Carver wife of Adolph Menjou screen actor arrived In New 3Tork from Paris tor the holidays AT MASON CITYS THEAfERS NewFangled Parson KNOXVILLB Tenn Dee 26 Rev C C Grimes in troducing himself to his new con gregation at the Church street M B church here announced he was probably the onlyMethodist minis ter in the world who does not care for chicken I dont like chicken Sinclair Lewie potato salad or Mencken he declared from the pulpit PLYMOUTH Dec an nual election of officers at the Woodmen Lodge resulted in elec tion of the followingmen Consul Paul Faltlsek advisor Arthur Rose Clerk Grant Hunt banker Will Hum past conse Ira Finch escort Frank Schultz watchman John Chehock and sentry John DvoraTt The Royal Neighbors Oracle Hazel Rako vice oracle Kate Che hock recorder Alice Graves re ceived Ethel Byington inside sen tinel Mary Kuchar outer sentinel Blanch Dvorak and manager Har riet Davles Reheated Greens Fatal SWEETWATER Tenn Dec 26 If you are prompted to warm over a mess of greens you might be interested to know that Emma Clark a Negro nurse and her daughter Zelma did and died here The greens were cooked in a brass kettle Friday warmed over Sunday Big Double Feature Program IOWA Thursday Friday IOC an 20C BOB tf Also Western Featurette The Kid Gomes Through Comedy Ace of Scotland Yard Sat Sun Mon The oil talking So This Is Col lege will continue at the Cecil Thursday and Friday A thrilling love duel is fought on the gridiron Midnight oil is mixed with gasoline Football signals get crossed with love notes Teammates are double crossed by the campus vamp There Is surging drama behind the cheer Ing1 grandstands playing at the Iowa theater for two days is a thrUlpdrama deluxe as Bob always calls his productions one Is property named forit literally teems with action beauti ful western scenery and wonderful horses Radios first amazing dialog show Street Girl with Betty Compson opens at the Cecil Saturday for four days There is a generous share of comedy in the picture capably hand led by three veterans of the stage Joseph Cawthorn Jack Oakle and Ned Sparks Guy Buccola a new comer to the screen acjds to the harmony of the tale withhU per formance on various musical instru ments Ivan Jkebedeff young Rus sian nobleman who has suddenly loomed high on the Hollywood hori zon is seen as the Prince Glorifying the American Girl Paramount special feature proi duced with the aid of Florenz Zlegv feld will open at the Palace Satur day This picture is considered one of the big spectacles of the talking screen Mr Ziegfeld assembled many DECEMBER 26 beautiful girls for thia picturelid the big revue scenes some of the greatest Broadway stars are heart including Eddie Cantor RudyYalee and Helen Morgan The great revue scenes are shown in natural colors 99 Alcoholism Cases Are Reported in NY NEW YORK Pee 26 numberof hospital cots were occu pied today by the more severe of the 99 cases of alcoholismlisted in newspaper tabulations over ChrisV mas There were no deaths Three of the cases were women Hospital authorities said no symp toms of wood alcohol or other poi son were manifested by any of those treated Four deaths from alcoholic polr soning occurred in Bellevue hospital on Christmas day last year In 1927 seven deaths were ascribed to this cause during the Christmas holidays and in December 1926 there were 72 of which 40 were laid to wood alcohol Sweotle Nancy Carrolls latest all singing dancing talking picture which opened at the Palace Christ mas day lived up to its billing ac cording to the manager It played to packed houses Wednesday andIs a great laughing hit Sweetie 5s one of the seasons sensations and Is a generally pleasing type of picture The BIJou is now showing thru Friday the all talking Man Trap featuring Evelyn Brent and Hal Skelly in a thrillingstory of under world life The first talking serial King of Kongo is also seen and heard rO Bob Casters latest starringve hicle Headin Westward now Mason Citys Best Theater Now Playing Hotter than red hot potaters Total loss to alma maters TONIGHT Through Station WHO at 10 oclock Giacomo Rimini Leading baritone of the Chicago Civic feature artiit of Brunswick Brevities CHRISTMAS MUSIC The collegiate laughriot with songs cheers love campus vamps and football frenzies Tho finest fun niest picture of the Talking Singing Dancing Screen ART SHOCKS ORCHESTRA Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night Dec 28 AT THE ARMORY ADMISSION ALWAYS 25c DUO NOW THRU FRIDAY Evelyn Brent Hal Skelly Woman T oman rap 100 Talking A Startling Gripping Jolt ing Human Story BATTLE OP THE LAW vs THE RACKET Nothing But Thrills First Talking Serial King of K ongo With Elliott Nugent Robert Montgomery Cliff Edwards Sally Starr A Sam Wood Production Starts Saturday ALL SINGINGDANCING HIT The Street Girl PALACE 100 Singing Dancing Talking Qaramowit Qictwre Big whoopee on the campus Coed beauties and rahrah boys A joyous medley of youthlove laughter Nancy Carroll sings The BoopBoopaDoop girl Helen Kane warbles Jack Oakie wisecracks A song dance fun smashhit that will wow you STARTS SATURDAY GLORIFYING THE AMERICAN GIRL Ziegfelds Big1 Musical Hit   

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