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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                A line Opipe to Uw the Smoke Blow Whero It Will By T PIPE The Shorter Days are Stowing shorter now Which Isnt bad if true Boon no one will be asking Is It hotenough for you Who Ever Would Thunk It do peanuts grow M G peanut la a tropical plant of tne bean family of erect haMt with nalry stem and bright yellow flovv penducles bend after fertilization and push pods Into the ground where they ripen GG Questions and Answers Great are the E achievement of TALKS 8 Y BLACK HOGAN PLANNED Iowa Cattle Feeders Wil Attend HeyDay at Ames July 21 AMBS July u Iowa cattle feeders who attend KeyDay at Iowa State college July 21 to hear u kub veiilcUl DI modern science Last spring our friend Shorty the Barber realized would have but little time this summer to engage In the frivolous pasttime of golfing Therefore he with a prominent local who Inqcculated him with an antigolfltis serum The results been startling Not only has lost all desire for the game the sight of a golf club makes Tiim sick And every time he hears some one talk about golf he has to go outside and recover in the fresh air Recently he observed a golf ball lying on the sidewalk and he im mediatelycame down with a severe attack of chills and fever Shorty he tevety Ead to recommend fc will also hear Prof A G Black cc mmlstrator of the cornhog phase of the farm relief act and E PT Hogan president of the Omaha Federal Farm Loan bank Professor Black is head of the economics department of Iowa State ollege and is now on leave of ah ttnd pro treatment to a long suffering humanity b PI TpE OUR IDEA OF A REAL OPTIM CAN SMILE WHEN HE IS PASSED UP BY A CAR PI Tp E Tig easy enough for hitch hikers To smile If when traveling far They soon arepicked up In an auto That runs without jolting or Jar But the hiker worth while Is the one who can smile When he ia passed up by a car PI p E Wonder If our distinguished farm editor can tell his readers if any how a red headed wood pecker hangs on to a steel fence post They seem to be about as popular with the said r h iv as do the wooden posts P I I P E And speaking of red headed woodpeckers it is too bad so many of them are killed by automobiles Ihey are one of our most beautiful and useful birds They make a won derful patch of color as they flit across the highway But too often they fly down on the road for some tempting bug or insect and get hit by a car P I TP E 4TiS SAD TO SEE pro visions of the farm act relating to corn and hogs Mr Hogan will speak for Henry Morganthau Jr farm credit administrator in dlscussin the farm credit loan administration Herring will Speak T Herrinsr is also acnetj to give a short address at the meeting according to c C nnrf fnhChfJe experiment and the HeyDay program of leanjwers to questions 7 Which have been worked out during the past year in fejota are theae Is it move profitable to feed soy beans in nfm supplement What my beana should Profltable to start calves MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Attractions JULY 15 I 1933 fed ftl caves On a limited ration and finish them later on full feed Receive Varying Amounts both steer3 d heifers have received varying amounts of soy beana in piace Of th usual commercial high protein sup plement during the experiments A that wived linseed oiimeal for the high protein supple was used as a check lot the cattle praised in the morning of Julv ri frora the Union stock Yards in Chicago on Three Farms Near Rockwell Badly Damaged by Hail Wind ROCKWELL July severe wind anc hailstorm damaged farms southeast of Rockwell Thursday af ternoon nearly destroying the grow ing crops of the J C Bluel Mike Curley Jr and R W Hemming farms the latter tenanted by Mer vel Jones J F Hillis Virgil Sturm Jack Woodley Rnndy Zieger and numerous others reported some damage COMING ATTRACTIONS CECIL Saturday Sunday Monday Tues Humor with Bing Crosby Bums and Allen Jack Oak ie Mary Carlisle Richard Arlen and tne OxRoad CoEdn Wednesday Thursday Friday Sylvia Sidney in Jenny Gcrhardt with Donald Cook Mary Astor and H B Warner PALACE Sunday Monday Best of Enemies starrinc Buddy Rogers Marian Nixon Erank Mor gan anJ Joseph Cawthorn Tuesday Wednesday William Powell in Private Detective 62 with Margaret Lindsay Arthur By ron and Ruth Donnelly Thursday in 419 featuring James Dunn and Gloria Stuart STRAND of The Forest Zane Greys story starring Buster Crabbe Randolph Scott ana Verna Hillie Wild Girl with Charles Farrell Joan Bennett and Ralph Bennett Monday Tuesday India Speaks with John Talliburton Wednesday tin and the Empress starring John Ethel and Lionel Barrymore Maynard in King of the Arena IOWA Maynard in Far go Express Sunday Monday Mine Tonight starring Kiepura folden voiced tenor of the Vienna Opera and Magda Schneider More Orchids eaturimj Carole Lombard Walter Connolly Louise Closser and Lyle Talbot Thursday McCoy In Man of Action with Caryl Lin oln 4LPH BELLAMY AS SUIT STARTS SATURDAY i JvAVllRITP RETURNS TO THE SCREEN IN A LAFF RIOT At Mason City THEATERS LIE ING COLD AND DEAD P 1 E A radio wave we read wil travel around the world in less than a sev enth a second Almost as fast as a false rumor P 1 lp E Or a Pointy ak P I J P E A Boston young Indy got lost In vThe city while driving an Austin She said How absurd Tls shocking my word To be lost In an Austin In Boston rp PI P E If a Man Bites a Dog Breaks Boiling pin Over Wifes Head Headlines PI Tp E Our friend Luke B Live Wire Miller made quite an impassioned plea before the city council We don t know just what it is all about out it appears he was somewhat ex asperated with bur friend Erv Pat ton and his enforcement of parking rules on the city streets It Is to be hoped these two gentlemen can get together on the proposition and that no further carnage occurs P I TP According to the published ac count of his address before the city council Luke stated that Abraham Lincoln was a humanitarian and was assassinated President Roose velt Is a humanitarian and was shot at while he Luke Is only a hu manitarian Whether he hopes to some day be shot at he fails to state But he does warn the police department to beware of strawber ries and panking space and accuses Erv of picking on him while Erv Hays he never did no such a thing are In the mean while the battle of the great park ing spaces continues to rage P I I P E Said Luke B M to Erv J P You are a quite a pain to me Your face I do not care to Said Luke B M to Erv J P Said Erv J P to Luke B M Your flow of words I wish youd stem I do not think a lot of them Said Erv J P to Luke B M P I Tp E This has been one of the hot test and driest years on record ine people were not satisfied with water but demanded beer It begins to look as though they would have to use beer in place of water Which if one watered or beared ones gar den with beer would it be a beer garden And would the law get one If the radishes con tained more than 3 point 2 of beery alcohol Perhaps we bet ter stick to H20 for gardening purposes and use the 32 to re duce taxes with College Humor vhich opened a four day engagement at the Cecil theater Saturday abounds in croon ng spooning dancing and romanc ng The film is a musical comedy riot with dozens of pretty coeds nd your favorite radio and screen tars take part Bing Crosby Jack akie Burns and Allen Mary Car isle and Richard Arlen College lumor will cure all your ills Ian to see it Buddy Rogers makes a trium phant return to the screen in Best of Enemies current Palace the ater attraction Rogers left Holly wood anouta year agolto mi a ra mous jazz he was chosen for the lead in this new romantic com edy because the part seemed better fitted to his ability and personality than any other star Marion Nixon plays the principal feminine role and Frank Morgan and Joseph Cawthom are supporting players Best of Enemies will play a three day engagement THIS IS A SCENE FROM BE MINE TONIGHT CONT1NFNTAT While fhose Jwo buzzards are quarreling lets elopel And so their scrapping fathers lived happily everafter YOULL ENJOY BUDDY AND HIS BAND IN THEIR JAZZ FEAST vjiauuo Vlnndolph Scott Verna Hillie Harry Carey and Noah Beery appear In Zane Greys story Man of the Forest playing a the Strand for the last times Sat urday Many believe Man of the Forest to be the best novel by this famous author of western tales Ken Maynards latest action pic ture Fargo Express depicts the activities of those outlaws of the old west stage coach robbers There is plenty of gunplay and hard riding throughout the picture Saturday is the last day of the en gagement Jennie Gerhardt Dreisers fa mous fictional character comes to life on the talking screen through an amazing portrayal by Sylvia Sid ney Americas foremost emotional actress This attraction opens at the Cecil theater Wednesday to play for three days and also stars Donald Cook Mary Astor and H B Warner Gerhardt is Sylvia Sidneys first starring pic ture and her excellent acting in this production will earn for her many more stellar roles w William Powell returns to the type of role In which he first won recognition in Private Detective 62 opening a limited engagement at the Palace theater Tuesday Al though this polished star Is seen in the role of a sleuth his characteri zation in this new release is of an entirely different order from the Philo Vance roles of the past As Private Detective 62 Powell spies on erring wives and wayward husbands and is costarred wit Margaret Lindsay They called her Wild Girt be cause she dared their code becaus lovcd tno man they hunted Wild Girl plays at the Stran Sunday only with Joan Bennett Charles Farrell and Ralph Bellanr starred She a lone girl in a worli of men could hardly be other tha1 untamed spoiled enough to love a man with a pric on his head Be Mine Tonight special pic ture playing at the Iowa for thre days starting Sunday has acbieveu what every film producer has been attempting to do since the advent o weld music and move raent on the screen Press reports from the country over have been more favorable more enthusiastic than have followed in the wake o many of the greatest pictures pro duced this season The star is Kiep ura golden voiced star of the Vien na opera playing opposite Magda Schneider entrancing German girl Music lovers especially should make every effort to see and hear this entrancing picture Starting Saturday July 22 the Cecil presents the greatest musical comedy everto come out to Holly wood It is Gold Diggers of 1933 and is the gayest show In all the world made so by a million dollar cast Gold Diggers of Broadway and 42nd Street were great pic wait till youve seen Gold Diggers of 1933 youll agree theres never been anything like It Film producers movlo critics and SURF BALLROOM Clear Lake Iowa POPULAR Cec Hurst And His Band Sat July 15 PRICES SUNDAY NIGHT JULY 16 Attraction One Night Only July 17 MACK and his Americas greatest entertaining Dance Bnnd Big novel FLOOR SHOW at ADMISSION Gcntr We Ladies 35r theatergoers agree that The Gir in 413 is an outstanding motion picture Mae West star of stafre ancf screen said Id hoclc my diamonds if necessary to see Girl in 419 The stars of the production ar James Dunn Gloria Stuart Davlu Manners and Jack LaRue This is a coming attraction at the Palace opening Thursday Hampton Whisker Club Celebration Will Open Witb Parade Wednesday HAMPTON July preparations arc being made fo Whisker club July 19 when an ai day celebration will be held bv th Franklin Whisker club The day festivities will begin with a parad at headed by the 200 mom bers of the Whisker club Prizes will be awarded for HI SATURDAY Zane Greys Man of the Forest Buster Crabbe Kandolph Scott Verna Hlliie SUNDAY only A lone girl in a world of men BELLAMY BIG SHOWS For Little Money MAT EVE Sunday IQc Till 2 P M MON TUBS KtCHASO HAUB ULCHl 1000 best decorated floats The Gifford At In ttieevenlng a bathing ty contest will be held In the city park Another feature of the evening will be a baseball game at the fair grounds between the Sioux Falls Canaries and the Kansas City Mon archs A group photo of the members of the Whislcer club will bo taken in the court yard at 3 oclock in the afternoon A band concert will be given by a band composed entirely of boys Criminals arc people who rob you Without hiring a lawyer to show tnem StnrCourlcr Mat lOo lows LAST TIME SATURDAY MO THE WJNOER HORSE TAR2AN ia COMEDY NOVELTY NEWS AND CARTOON Evening Matinee v Joseph Cawthorn 1 STARTS A Picture Really Different From Any Youve Ever Seen RECORD UREA KING ENGAGEMENTS 12 Weeks in Minneapolis 12 Weeks in Los Angeles 8 Weeks In San Francisco 6 Weeks In Seattle G Weeks in Buffnlo 5 Weeks in Boston Tust to mention a with new records being established each week LAUDED BY CRITICS EVERYWHERE Till 2 P M THESE Palace Hits at COMMON SENSE Prices THRILLS LOVE MUSIC ROMANCE A thrilling discovery in motion picture entertainment gay as a French fove affair tanta lizing as a midnight rendezvous elec trifying as a kiss in the dark The picture that will give you a NEW grand and glorious feeling A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Presented by Carl Laemrale NOW THRU TUESDAY But more than plenty of cute coeds u n d campus heroes A mad whirl of girls songs fun and love A PINK KNEED RHAPSODY OF KISSABLE COEDS Another Cecil Triumph ADDED FOR FUN Moran Mack The Two Black Crows in A PAIR OF SOCKS Novelties SPECIAL PRICES TILL 2 P AFTER NEWS rt jir Lfjtv X F M MONDAY TILL 6 P AFTER 6 T M CHILDREN TEN CENTS Hear These Songs Learn to Croon Moons truck Ploy Boll BING CROSBY BURNS ALLEN JACK OAK1E MARY CARLISLE RICHARD ARLEN 1 KB I H and the OX ROAD COEDS FOR BIGGER AND BETTER SHOWS BEAT IT FOR THE CECIL THEATER WATCH FOR THESE BIG ONES SYLVIA SYDNEY in Jennie Gerhard GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 BARBARA STANWYCK in Baby Face   

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