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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Mrs Shaffer Is New Head of W F M S Banquet Here Friday to Be m Observance of Sixtieth Year1 KV7TRS T P SHAFFER of Water PTI loo formerly of Northwood was elected president of the Waterloo district of the Methodist Episcopal Womans Foreign Mis sionary society of which Mason City is a part at its annual district con ference which was held at Janes xille Mrs Shaffer succeeds Mrs C A Ferguson who has held the office for 20 years Mrs George W Tur ner of Rudd was elected superinten dent of Young Peoples work suc ceeding Miss Alice Cowie of Cedar Falls All other officers were re elected The Womans Foreign Missionary society is celebrating its sixtieth an niversary this year Of the GO cities in the United States to hold these anniversary meetings Mason City is one A 1 oclock banquet will be given at the Hanford Friday May 3 ind Mrs Frederick F Lindsay of I Minneapolis national vice president will lie the speaker To Meet in Charles Cily The Womans Missionary Friend a monthly magazine was first is sued BO years ago and has never missed an issue in that time The speakers of the convention at Tancsville were Miss Ethel Ruggles missionary Burhanpur India Miss Jeanette Oldfather missionary Chemulpo Korea Mrs Flora Dudly branch president Des Moines Mrs Alice Rigby Moore conference sec retary St Ansgar Mrs C W Cleveland superintendent of junior work Edgewood It was decided that the next an al conference of the Waterloo dis trict will ne held in Charles City 150 Delegates There Nearly 350 delegates were present from Mason City Nora Springs Uidd Floyd Charles City Bristow eneva and other towns in the outhern part of the district The M S Foreign Missionary so iety of the United States has It ranches orjdistricts and the Water district is a part of the Des oines branch which includes the ates of Iowa Missouri Arkansas id Louisiana The Des Moines anch has over 40000 members kS sent out 155 missionaries with now in active service 34 in In 26 in China seven in Burma rce in Japan and six in Korea resco Minister Marries ITwo Couples on Same Day Rev F H feecl pastor of the Cresco Metho 1st church married two couples jlurday April 2T JMiss Bnga S Sandvik daughter Mrs Julia Sandvik and Ralph E etslinrn son of Mr and Mrs Eben TeeLhorn of near Cresco were Carried at the home of Mr and C J Vance They were at nded by Miss Gladjs Sandvik sis Jr of the bride and Earl Teetshorn Irothcr of the bridegroom The other wedding was that iiss Ella E Naab daughter of Mr VI Mrs Fred Naab of near Elma y Lester E Barnes living north St of Cresco The ceremony was I at the Methodist parson fe Crcsco in the presence of Miss Itlier Naab sister of the bride Ji Claude Barnes brother of the llegroom IPUSERVE ANNIVERSARY IITTEMORE May and Josepr Elbert entertained a number of relatives and a few Js at their home Sunday eve honor of their silver wed fljniversary which occurred on before Joseph Elbert a son ate Mr and Mrs Simon El d Elizabeth Fandal the old ighter of Mr and Mrs were married at the ore Catholic church on 1D03 by the late Father The young couple went to the bridegrooms parents rth of town which has n their home They are the f 30 children who are ail with the exception of Le iltz of Bancroft who was narrlcil iV VANISHES WHEN JZEMO IS USED Tturing skin troubles as Flemishes and itchingrash en Zcmo is applied In 20 as seldom failed to brin in in the most stubborn remarkable antiseptic II clears the skin It effec dandruff Results ob Zenio will delight you vis and invisible All drug iJOc 5100 MAY DAY CUSTOMS SURVIVE RUSH OF MODERN DAY LIFE Youthful hearts were glad dened with happiness at the dis covery of frilly baskets filled with generous supplies of candy mesages or other tokens of friendship at doorsteps in ob servance of the ageold custom of May day exchanges May morning breakfasts a pretty custom surviving the hec tic rush of modern life were held by several groups in the city The first day of May in olden times in England France and Germany was celebrated with much show of rejoicing and mer rymaking This festival is said to be a survival of an ancient one observed bythe in honor of Flora the goddess of flowers In medieval England the young men and maidens salliej forth early in the morning to gather the hawthorn blossoms or May among the country lanes With it they crowned the fairest maiden of them all and pro claimed her Queen of the May They then set up the Maypole and danced the Morris dance the whole of the livelong day stick to Charles C Carroll a Mil waukee druggist took place The bride entered the church on the arm of her father the Rev William Faul stick to the strains of Lohengrin played by Prof H Behnke The maid of honor was Miss Esther Selms The bridegroom was at tended by Prof Paul Jessen Oscar Schaatschneider and Erwin Seiins acted as ushers The couple was married by the brides father the Rev Mr Faulstick the double ring service being1 used Miss Adelia Bell sang a solo during the ceremony After the church services a lunch eon was served to a few friends at the homt of the brides parents The bride Is the youngest daugh ter of Rev and Mrs Faulstick She waa graduated from the Whitte more public schools and three years ago was graduated as a nurse from the Hampton hospital For the past two years she has been doing insti tutional work in Milwaukee The bridegrooms home has always been in Milwaukee He was graduated a registered pharmacist from Mar quette university The newlywcds expect to leave in the evening for Milwaukee where the new home will be Daughter of Whittemore Pastor Weds Pharmicist WHITTEMORE May a pretty setting Wednesday afternoon May 1 at the Lutheran church the marraige of Miss Hilda Joan Faui FT would certainly keep you guessing No GUESSWORK however when you bake a small pie because you can tell when its done And theres no guesswork when Hills Bros roast their coffee A few pounds at a time by a continuous process roasts every berry evenly and de velops the utmost in flavor No other coffee tastes like Hills Bros for none is roasted the same way HILLS BROS COFFEE Ffestt from the orig vacuum pack f opened wilft the key May 2 3 Friday Saturday 1 quart screen enamel with coupon below 1 qt wall gloss enamel with coupon below 1 quart floor with coupon varnish 75 1 qt floor paint with coupon CLIP THIS WORTH 40c TO YOU When signed and presented during the DEMONSTRATION SALE of Enterprise Paints Varnish Products Better Paint Values On presentation of this coupon you may have a 40c allowance on any ENTERPRISE PRO DUCT in quart sizes and larger with the excep tion of Enterprise Quick Drying Enamel and on this the coupon will be good on pint sizes or larger Name Address We will be pleased to have you use this coupon and there is no easier way to make 40c BoomhowerStreeter City la Special Representative Here A representative from the factory will be here to help with your paint problems Come in and talk over with him your wants and bring in the cou pon DONT MISS THIS CHANCE TO BUY PAINT AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES NOW WHEN YOU ARE USING IT t BoomhowerStreeter SMITH HARDWARE Phone 142 113 North Federal Ave igarettes for the ladies cigars for the men RoiTans Of Course At the dinner party tonight James ciga rettes for the ladies and my own favorite brand RoiTans for the RolTan Cigars the exclusive process by which they are made puts them in a quality class by themselves Absolute sanitary im maculate cleanliness in making Finest leaves of tobacco especially selected for flavor Always uni form in satisfaction and quality J Compare RoiTan priced at lOc with any socalled two for a quarter cigar offered at reduced You will then appreciate the out standing value offered you in RoiTan Cigars at lOc CIGARS Distributed br MYERSCOX COMPANY DUBUQUE IOWA 1929 The American Cigar Co Manufacturer Mier Wolt Sons New Music Department Thursday Evening to 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