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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN 25 1929 HAUD WATlRPtU3 MtlY SOFT WATEft S f At 11 A Ic 4 Ring out the Ring in the soft water I GOOD news Water need no longer bird even in this hardwater country Scum need no longer form in the bath tub Dirty lings need no longer be scrubbed from tubs dishpans or wash basins I Use MeJo to soften hard water It prevents the forming of the dirty ring It make water delightfully soft It from Vi to Vi the amount of soap ordinarily used It mikes soap much more effective With or without water softened with Melo is a wonderful cleaner Gft it at your WATER SOFTENED WITH MBIO IS A RIMARKABLE CLEANER weuo 10 cents THE HYGIENIC PRODUCTS CO Canton Ohio Manufacturers oj SaniFtush 31 r Church Is to Be Built at Estherville by Immanuel Lutherans ESTHERVILLE Jan Im manuel Lutheran congregation of Es thervllle will build anew church It was voted at the annual congregation at meeting held here The lot or the structure has just been purchased but building will not be started before FIVE a year when fnds are available The church belongs to the Missouri synod The congregation has evidenced a steady growth in recent years and the report of the treasurer at tho congre gational meeting Indicated tliat tho church Is firm financially It isex pected the new structure will be built of brick The Hev Otis Lang has been pas tor of the church for four years Uneasy lies the tooth thats just been Courier CHILD CAUGHT COLD PNEUMONIA FEARED Worried Mother Grateful ax Doctor Shows How to Give Quick Relief at Home No longer ia it necessary to stand by helplessly when childrens colds bring fear of pneumonia For hos pital physicians now recommend to mothers a pleasant home treatment for hundreds ot Mason City children have been given the same quick sure relief that came to the little daughter of Mrs Robt Gordon Little Etselle caught a severe cold while out riding On the third day the child coughed so deep Mrs Gordon feared pneumonia and called herdoc tor who advised double doses of Ayers Cherry pleasant ly flavored mixture of wild cherry terpln hydrate and other ingredients which have relieved even the most ex treme childrens in the hospital By night the child felt lilto playing for the first time in several days The next morning she looked more like her by tho following day doctors report all traces of the cold were gone Note Other cases reported certified by attending physician Ayers Pectoral is made of ingre dients as safe as the purest recommended for children by the foremost cold clinics Endorsed by phy sicians ami druggists I AVERTS COLDS HOSPITAL CERTIFIED CAPTAIN OF SHIP RELATES FIGHT TO RESCUE CREW Floridas Skipper Gives Credit to Radio Compass for Locating Vessel By GKOJiGE FRIED Captain of S S America ABOARD S S AMERICA Jan 25 Wireless to the Associated our homeward bound voy age we experienced a succession of westerly and northwesterly galea with avery high rough sea accompanied by heavy snow and hall squalls On Jan 22 we received SOS calls from the American steamer Daune daike and the Italian steamer Florida both vessels giving their position in latitude 38 north and longitude 60 west Several Vessels In Vicinity We ascertained that several vessels were in the vicinity but only one had o radio compass and the distressed ves sels could not be located so we decided to proceed to their assistance about noon Jan 22 We were then 360 miles north of their reported1 positions Wewere covered with Ice in froez ling weather find having violent snow I and hail squalls with a heavy gate Chief Radio Operator Nelson Smith Otudebaker announces a new and finer at a still lower price H375 at fix factory frame New longer tower lines Nanshatlerable windshield Adjustable front seat Safety steelcore steering wheel Bail bearing spring shacklesHydraulic shockabsorbers THE worlds first truly great motor car of moderate cost now becomes a car still finer at a price still lower A new Commander by Studebaker builder of champions Worthy heir to the laurels of its gallant which miles in less than 23000 minutes This record has never been successfully challenged save by Stude bakers great President Straight Eight New NewComfort New Safety Artists in coachcraft have deftly redirected The Commanders body lines into effects of arresting beauty Color harmonies new to motordom add to the new Commanders beauties and enhance its graces The new Commander rides more its passengers more to the road at high speed more steadily New ball bearing spring shackles and larger hydraulic shock absorb ers Wider deeper softer cushions A lower center of gravity A safety steering wheel that cannot fail Brakes silkensmooth yet instant and powerful Nonshatterable windshield Never was Studebakers engineering genius and unique OneProfit manufacture better exemplified Never was Studebakers 77yearold tradition of manufacturing integrity en trusted more safely Here is a sixcylinder motor car utterly without peer in its price class because it is faster more enduring more beautiful more comfortable It is a Stude baker and a champion There are no finer motor car credentials Nnr COMMANDER BRODCHAM roi FIVE BttftrJ tori tphihter rf freach lyft ttnttr trm rest ia rurtta COKMAHMR SEDMJ Priai the facttrj ether than itaaJarJ extra STUDEBAKER MODELS AND PRICES The President Eight te The Commander t The Dictator 1165 to 1395 The Erskinc Six 835 ti PRICES AT TMI FACTORV On display date and hours with the new World Champion President Eight North Iowa Motor Co 109 SO DELAWAREAVE PHONE 896 was Btatloned at the radii compass dl rection finder and took benrlngs con Inuously Wo on these courses The earlngs of the Florida were erratic That Is they appeared BO because they vere not chrcklng or agreeing with ils reported position We kept search ng and taking bearings but these al 1 laced him north which we believed I to be In error due to his given posi tlon j From 9 a m until noon of Wedneai day the weather cleared and moderat ed Observations were taken and our position found We risked tho Florida to obtain a position but she informed Us they had no navigation books as all equipment was destroyed when their bridge was carried away Finally Got Iosiiion However the master had a sextant and ho took an observation and gave us his observed altitudes We worked them out and plotted him in latitude north longitude 5730 west which wng 150 miles northeast of his given position We Immediately turned about and proceeded to take radio bearings which checked with our find ings This proved the accuracy anl effi ciency of tho radio compass without which the FloiMa could not have been located Me took a position on the Floridas wealher beam a quarter of a mile distant with the went her over cast light snow sriualls and threaten Ing alongside the Florida wns very difficult owing to her heavy list and her lee rail helns under water ending out a tremendous surge laneuvering the lifeboat as oloso as ernilssible to the Florida the crew ame one at a time pulllnpr them elvea thtti the water by this line tn boat where they were dragged on oard by theboat crew Wns a Gale The weather by this time hnfl cached gale force with violent rain ni snow squalls a high rough ea running Not a single man of the Floridas rew was able to climb up the ships Ids unassisted They were i a pii ble condition half of them being ear naked arid the other half with ery little clothing At 10 p m all was secured and wo rocended toward York leaving he Florida In a sinking condition without lights T do not think piie ould outlive the night tn this gale We now found out why t was so difficult to locate her Tue to her leavy list and the loss ot her rudder her captain believed she would capsize f he did not keep Ills engines Uirnint over slowly tVcilits U S Crew He waa Bteamlns at about three knots changing his position constant ly As commanding officer of tho America I want to recommend that every member of the boat crew bo ptc ted with the treasury department gold medal which Is presented for courageous acts of this nature I feel that those men are entItlc1 to high decorations by the United States government It was a splendid pfece of work SETS HANCOCK RECORD TUB IlKV J T WAFSII fiAUNKK Ian pastor of the CoiigvCKiitiuuul church hero for HID imst yinr Ilia Itovur end recently sot a rccotcl ts chmrmau of the Kid Cross drive in county Thin his efforts S8GI was raised in the drivu nearly chiiiMini the ciuola set Reduced Round Trip Rates to Des Nevada Fowa Falls Tickets on sale dally with flvo lny return IJmft Information uncl Tickets ROCK ISTANU STATION rhone 105 II Odlc C F P A Phone 378 HOCK f GARNER CHURCH GROUP GATHERS Congregationalists Hold An nual Meeting Elect Offi cers for Year i GAUXKR Jan Hcv 1 T I lias scrvetl an of Uiojj locnl Congregational church fur tho ri past year Last week 50 of tho memj I bors met At dinner at the church foljl lowed by tho annual business meeti I Tho report for the year showed that 2500 hail been raised and paid out Onehalf ot the church lins been re ehlnglftd Roth tho rhurrh and parson age wore redecorated and now hymn books anil music were bought Thirty one members have bern added nnd a largo class is under insLvtuition for the coming Kilter OCClerrs elected for Ihn yoav arc Ir AVnIsh moderator Mrs Charles Morten clerk H V Reeu treasurer Charlps Morten A KoesOnlil Victor and Vemo Gilbert trustees and It lined Art Minor flMcons O 1C Pike inado deacon emeritus Mr IT V Hood nnd M rs IVtor Gilbert doa cuncssos and Chnrlc1 Metlrn was chos en as superlnt undent Uie I3J ecliool In addition tt Tiocic ir TVaJsh achieved tt rec ord ns cliairman of tho Red Cross for Hajicock county Thru Or rvTfsffd as j against tfil mixed tho previous year The quota for tha county wns J 450 or not much over half tlic amount raised Rites Are Held at Eagle Grove for Charles Adams CRKSCO Jan service for Charles AdnniH G3 a former resi dent of Howard county who died In Minneapolis was holt at Creseo Wed nesday Tho body wiig accompanied from I Minneapolis by one of bis associates j In tho Railway Urolhevhood ot Loco motive ISnptnecrSt of xvlilcli Mr AfJants was an honored member hnvj i he en an on the railroad fnr nbout 40 years j BurJaI wasin the Oregon by tho ulrtn of liis mother and his finrL wife Tho was toiiductod 1y O A InsrK pa slur of the fhurrli Be Ready for the Next Party All rfie thrill of waring a ncur gown will be yours if yoa your evening or party dress to us for rcfresoing Out dry ciwning process Rivn the fabric sparkle ana thetecl and looks of new ness Evening downs Cleaned for p MarshallSwift Inc CLKANKHSFrilUlKUS Ilinne 78K ur 783 Alumni Group in Each County of State Is Aim of National Iowa Night IOWA CITY Tjin Unlvoivil ty of Iowa nlmnnL in iioh of tlin slntos 9 counties IH tito priitM jiuvposo of National Iowa IYb ncconlins tf FrednrJc v Hiwifi iitrrii exerntivis Kociotavy ui hi Alumni association riC Univer sity nf With county as Llio theme tho program in commemoiM lion of the nightysecond nnnivcrsnry nf tho founding will be hroarlcnat hy station WSTJI from on Dot nils of tlie prosrrnm are now boinp perfected by Irofeysoi1 MiKlKMI To the if nliunni prnips in thp stnto and to tho M oiLtKTite liniHts ntteis hnvo hrprj sotting fort thf 1 ptirposn nnd general pinna for Nation Town nipnt Tho affair is boitic lu for ho fhinl time Lrrulnrs nre lirincc nppalntoj in ilus m ooiinlfOH vViirh To not Tinvr nlnmnl1 unit nnd llithrft hoins thit at Iast rnn Rroup of fitnto verKr riMfJiiiirs in ioxini 21 i Livestock Shippers to Assemble at Norlhwood 1 Jan An in I nunt o bo Xortlnvood CTo i operative TJvostnck Shippers nHKOcin ion will be holil here Kfittintay wftls ITonry A AVatlacp erlitor of Wallaces i ris the foaturrapfnker Oliior Uiunliris inpludo Ram TT Ttimu Ison of cxtonsffin nf Tow a Statr rolJeif1 mid County Airnt r Mnptollnl of liiily ivcrntly Initial conpUjT nv ITS toil for n Mil In liLull t his dour Cil DAMONIGOU Co The Early Spring Hats Are of Felt and Straw up Many a smart woman and miss will choose them to wear now with their Winter Coats Snug little cap Styles some with wee brims that dip at the sides Shown in fashions newest Spring Blue Pandora Aster Aster Purple Green Gold Tan and many others TOMORROW the last day of our JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE StoreWide Vctlttes If you havent shared in these savings be sure to do so tomorrow DAMONIGOU Co 105 So Federal Phone 693 Saturday Specials niler IVE 8c Tender SI LIVER NECK KONES ARMOUR STAR HAMS ShiriililCiiil 22c IIOIIIKl PICNICS Hie W N I Itanl smaii jA Runii1 LEGS of fnTvIMrr ROAST iMUTTON COTI At E 1C or 0 CHKKHE 2 Ihs for IOC 25c 18c Sncar Cured BACON Half or Uliolc 22c tiniiml PORK CHOIS 19c IHHIIII put HI SWISS STKAK 28c lullllil IScst SliiPil BACON 28c poll ll it Fresh Fish and Oysters   

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