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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TWO SCHOOL DISPLAY MATERIAL GIVEN PRIZES AT FAIR large Number of Exhibits bj Pupils of Cerro Gordo County The school exhibits that won pac es at the North Iowa fair are as follows Grades 1 and 2 Set of four papers folding construction by two or more pupils Manuel Hernandez Set of four number papers by each of two and 2 Doro thy Bowers Mason City Grades 3 and 4 Set of six free hand cuttings for Primary room Rock Falls Set of four booklets or other piec es of simple Harry Hackensen Mason City 2 Gladys Larson Mason City Four health Lime Creek No 7 Grades 5 and 6 Set of four Doro thy Schreckengast Mason City2 Evelyn Marie Buss Mason City Set Hlustrated number Lime Creek i Collection 10 or more Iowa woods Roy Park Clear Lake Display of letters written by four Lime Creek No 8 Original Ethel Marie Buss 2 Winifred Cookman Mason City i Grades 7 and 8 Set of two posters to promote cit Lime Creek No S Set of two drawings or posters to promote Grant No 6 Collective exhibit of 1 Grant No 6 Rural oneroom collective exhibit Lime Creek No 8 2 Lincoln No 3 Rural oneroom school collective Lincoln No 1 Town or consolidated from town 2 Ventura consolidated school 3 Thornton Word 1 Word I Elden Eilers Rock well 2 Dorothy Helen Syner Rock well 3 Lois Irene Buss Mason zell Nora Springs Picture study Abigail Gilchrlst Mason City 2 Herirj Lewis Mason City 3 Annie Maas sen Mason City Hygiene chart or Ar lehe Roderb Rock Falls 2 Beatrice Berry Rockford 3 Elden Eilers Rockwell Sewing Warren Pals Ventura 2 Robert Montgomery Freeman 3 Vern Trimble Clear Lake Leon a Peterson Nora Springs 2 Douglas Roll Ma son City 3 Lucile Bergman Rock well Irma Dear dorf Rockwell 2 Laura Lllibridge Rockwell 3 Arlene Deardorf Rockwell Scrap Irma Deardorf Rockwell 2 Ruth Creekmur Nora Springs 3 Rose Napoliteno Nora Springs Free hand paper Donald Wepler Mason City 2 James Dauley Rockwell 3 Jun1 or Enihoff Rockwell Free hand paper cutting illustrat ed Everett Ingersoll Ply mouth 2 Eldena Eilers Rockwell Paper folding or paper Settle Bale Ventura 2 Norma elton Ventura 3 Ralph Striek er Mason City Intermediate Grades S and 4 Spelling Vivian Al en Rockwell 2 Edyth Bo wan ock Falls 3 Eldiua Elders Rock ell Writing Abigail Gil hrlst Mason City 2 Lawrence 3awley Rockwell 3 Vivian Back Clear Lake Number papers rvin Weitz Nora Springs 2 Les er Gildner Nora Springs Tree Elizabeth Fletch er Mason City 2 Lela Strieker Mason Ctty 3 Harvey Boyd Ma son City Language Flossie Woodby Rockwell 2 Viola Over beck Rockwell 3 Marion Dicken son Nora Springs Hygiene Harvey Boyd Mason City 2 Donald Boyd Mason City 3 Ella Dauey Rockwell Bird booklet Don ald Boyd Mason City 2 Lester Gildner Nora Springs S Norma Jorgeusen Rockwell Samples Shown Sample of Betty Joy iupel Mason City 2 Doris Mac Faupel Mason City 3 Dorothy Fickin Rockwell Drawings in crayon or water col Witte Bergman 1 DonfUd City 2 Leonard Christiansen Swaledaie 1 Charles Fromm Ma ilustrated QJ Witte Rockwell 2 Rob ert McDonough Rockwell 3 Ruth Dederkell Rockwell Booklets Given Places Nature study Dorothy Muthlatem RockwfsU 2 Dale Sor Language GJen And Nora Springs 2 Gilbert rrahm Nora Springs 3 Gean Hut Patriotic 1 Dale BralHer Rockwell 3 John Katz Clear Lake Tooth Neuhrin8 2 Article of manual Harvey Boyd Mason City 3 Lela Strieker Mason City Letter Jtp frienarl T Eleanor Weers Mason Mason City 3 Gertrude Pals Ven tura Cloth Marlon Dickinson I Nora Springs 2 Ruth Lirhtbody Thornton 3 Dale Seal Elementary Grades S and 6 Twenty spemng Rob ert Salier Nora Springs 3 Etta Van Hoosan Clear Lake Writing 10 Mar ietta Hemming Thornton 2 Dag ner Sorenson Clear Lake 3 Mil dred Dauley Rockwell Number papers Or ville Witte Rockwell 2 Marietta Hemming Thornton Map of home Oryan Time Swaledaie 2 Howard Chrls tlarisqn Swaledale Map of home OrviUa Witte Rockwell 2 Norman Smith Rockwell Map of Cerro Gordo county1 Orvllle Witte Rockwell 2 Wayna Rucker Mason City 3 Ruth Rool Mason City Map of North Mar orle Morrow Thornton 2 Elwood Hennigar Rockwell 3 Robevt Watt Rockford Booklet on memory gems1 Marian Dickinson Nora Springs2 Robert Sailer Nora Springs Marjorle Morrow Thornton i Iowa Merlyn Schmal1 Clear Lake 2 Katherine Woo Clear Lake 3 Walter W Woo Clear Lake Music Mary Jan Davidson Nora Springs 2 Maxin Htitzel Nora Springs 3 Rober Weitze Nora Springs Hygiene booklet or sanitatio Arlene Hall Nor Springs 2 Robert Salier Nor Springs Farm plan locating Donald Park Clear Lake 2 Low ell Kislia Mason City Collection of pressed wild flow Marietta Hemming Rock well 2 Angelina Trimble Clear Lake Best bird Mildred Weers Rockwell 2 Charles Brow era Mason City 3 Carl Huhlers Thornton Drawings Nor man Smith Rockwell 3 Blanche Lillibfidge Rockwell Sewing individual work of ex Mildred Link Mason City 2 Virginia Zerble Mason City Posters for special Bes sie Hain Rockford 2 Audrey Deeto Rockwell Original poemr1 Marjorie Mor row Thornton 3 Ronald Long Thornton Famous artists Earle Dotz Mason City 2 Lorraine Han son Mason City 3 Mildred Daw ley Rockwell Book on care of Mariet ta Hemming Thornton 2 Marjorie Morrow Thornton Booklet six physiology drawings Hartz Clear Lake 2 Olive Jensen Mason City 3 Mar ietta Hemming Thornton Set of language How ard HutzeJ Nora Springs 2 Lola Blunt Nora Springs 3 Sammy Mapolotena Nora Springs Poster to promote civic 1 Thelraa Spllman Clear Lake 2 Frances Abell Rockford 3 Mildred MASDN CITY GLOBEGAZETTJB Kidneys Bother You P Promptly With Kidny and Bladder Irregularities many people sacrifice health by failing to heed Jearly danger signals of kidney disorders Even minor should be dealt with kch kache and bladder irregu arit es are often bmely warning Dont neglect theml To promote normal kidney action and assist your R l the world over Sold good everywhere Doans Pills A Stimulant Diuretic to the Kidneys Diindon Red Ash Coal Ree U S Pat Oil rmmrr1 slPcd from WIDEN CLAY COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA Weal Virginias Higher Quality Coal An ideal fuel for all domestic uses Insist on having Dtindon Red Ash Coal Ask your dealer for it by full name and if your dealer does not carry If we will give you name of one who does Elk River Coal and Lumber Co SOLE MINERS AND SHIPPERS Western Sales Office 150 East Broad Street Columbus Ohio Advanced Grades 7 and 8 Collection of Wayne Ruckar Mason City 2 Gladys Bow ers Mason City 3 Harvey Peter son Clear Lake Collection of ink Harvey Peterson Clear Lake 2 Leona Ingersoll Plymouth 3 Gla dys Bowers Mason City Best original map of Harold Long Thornton Best original map of Cerro Gordo Dorothy Thomason Ma son City 3 Duane Thomason Ma son City Best original township Raymond Mansfield 2 Ruth Loren zen Rockwell Best original school district ma Ruth Lorenzen Rockwell 2 Raymond Mansfield Mason City Map giving plans of any 1 Harry Walters Mason City 2 Ruth Lorenzen Rockwell Product map of Erma Hennis Clear Lake 2 Edward Roggemann Rockwell Map of United States showing territorial Verda Bell Nora Springs 2 Arlene Pe terson Nora Springs S Elsie Oet ken Rockwell Product map of United 2 Fred WelJsher Mason City 3 Henry Kislia Mason City Specimen of Mil dred Creekmur Rock Falls 2 Irene Ingersoll Plymouth 3 Dorothy Pe terson Clear Lake Music Loretta Ken nedy Rockwell 2 Erma Hennlg Clear Lake 3 Harvey Peterson Clear Lake Hygiene Leola Ingersoll Plymouth 2 Erma Bluhm Rock well 3 Raymond Boyd Mason City Physiology Ruth Lorenzen Rockwell 2 Albert FicJt cn Dougherty 3 Sammy Mapolo teno Nora Springs Booklet any Raymond Mansfield Mason City 2 Lester Neuhring Rockwell Show Vegetables Seeds Collection of 10 or more vegetable Gayle Proctor Booklet on farm Wal ter Maassen Mason City Booklet on any farm operation Hilda Nuehring Rockwell Iowa Harold Long Thornton 2 Lester Nuehrlng Rockwell Booklet on Agne Kopoter Rockwell Advanced Grades 7 and 8 Dress or other Jose phine Decker Mason City 2 Fre da Helmbuck Mason City Poster on1 community sanitation Pearl Jensen Rock Falls Best Wayne Rucker Mason City 2 Dskmar Sorensen Clear Lake 3 Ester Pals Clear Lake Map of new Raymond Boyd Mason City 3 Catherine Mc Donough Rockwell History of the World Raymond Boyd Mason City 2 Stella Zutman Rockwell Composition on any Mildred Creekmur Nora Springs 2 Ruth Lorenzen Rockwell S Harold Long Thornton t Ruth Ixirenzeu 4H EXHIBIT PRIZES GIVEN Foods and Clothing Are Judged for Junior Members The winners of the 4H club ex hibit work and home economics prizes at the NorthIowa fair were as follows Foods andNutrition Jars of food food budget for one winter Hancock county 2 Cerro Gordo county Collection of five jars of fooc which will make a well balanced Hancock county 2 Mrs E E Studyvin club leader 3 Lime Creek township 4 Grant township 5 Cerro Gordo county Collection of three Jars high In ron Hancock county 2 Hancock county Madison town ship 3 Lucille Johnson Maaon City 4 Grant township Collection of three jars food high in Lucille Johnseri Ma son City 2 4H club Lime Creek township 3 Grant township 4H club Three jars different kinds food to help serve wintervegetables and salad Mrs E E Study vin club Lake 2Eu nice Anderson Mason City 8 Grant township 4H club 4 Cerro Gordo 4H club 5 Owens township 4H club Three jars different Kinds of fruit for winter fruit and salad problem Hancock county 4H club 2 Eunice Anderson Maaon City 3 4H club Lime Creek township4 Cerro Gordo 4H club 5 Grant township 4H club Three jars Iowa canned corn plain and in Grant I township 4H club 2 Owens town ship 4H club 3 Eunice Anderson Mason City4 Mrs E E Studyvin club leader Clear Lake 5 4H club Union township One jar of each different variety of Mrs E E Studyvin lub leader Clear Lake 2 Grant ownshlp 4H club 3 Lime Creek ownship 4H club 4 Hancock ounty 4H club 5 4H club Port and township One weeks menu used in the fam Lime Creek 4H club Poster of simple and wholesome essert not pastry and receipt at Madison township Han ock county 4H club 2 4H club lime Creek township 3 4H club Portland township 4 Owens town hip 4H club Three favorite receipts used In erving milk and 4H club f Lime Creek No 7 Menu for wholesome picnic lunch poster Lime Creek town lip 4H club 2 Lime Creek town lip 4H club 3 Madison town hip of Hancock county 4H club Owens township 4H club township Hclub One loaf of white 5Wens township 4H club Mason township 4H club Owens township 4H club Maaon township 4fI club 2 Rosalind Miller Mason City 3 Owens township 4H club Union township 4H club 2 Lime Creek 4H club Plate whole grata Lime Creek 4H club 2 Owens township 4H club Six iQwen township 4H club Plate of attractive 2 Owens township 4H club Three glasses of Lucille1 Johnsen 2 4H club of Portland township 3 Lime Creek 4H club Six cup Owens town ship 4H club Candy Five pieces of 4H club of Dougherty 2 Betty Keeney Ply mouth 3 Mrs E E Studyvin club leader Clear Lake Five pieces of Owens township 4H club 2 Doris Kinney Plymouth 3 Grant township 4H club Five pieces Lime Creek 4H club 2 Grant township 4H club 3 Owens township 4H club Five pieces Grant town ship 4H club 2 Lucile Johnsen Mason city 3 Eunice Anderson Mason City Five pieces Grace Knowlton Mason City 2 Eunice Anderson Mason City 3 Grant township 4H club Five pieces cereal 4H club Dougherty 2 E E Stu dyvin Clear Lake 3 Portland 4H club Five pieces fruit Mrs E E Studyvin leader Clear Lake 2 Owens 4H cmb3 HarrietKlslia Mason City Five pieces other type 4H club Dougherty 2 4H club jime Creek township Clothing Division 4H club Eunice An defton Mason City Cotton dress with good color com Annie Baker Posters proper and improper ootwear for Lime Creelc lH club Poster showing club Grant township 4H club Home Economics Lena Humphrey Clear Lake 2 Rosalind Miller Mason City Loaf of bread white Lu cile Johnsen Mason City 2 Lena Humphrey Clear Lake Six Lena Hum phry Clear Lalce OJear Lake Lucile Johnsen Mason City 2 Annie son City 3 LenaHumphrey Clear Lake Six jars Lucile Johnsen Mason City 2 Eunice An derson Mason City S Lena Hum phrey Clear Lake Three jars of Lucile Johnson Mason City 2 Lena Hum phrey Clear Lake jars of Dougherty 4H club 2 Lena Hum phrey Clear Lake 3 Lucile John sen Mason City One1 fruit Lucile John son Mason City 2 Dougherty 4H club One mixed Lucile John sen Mason City 2 Lena Humphrey Clear Lake Clothing Dress material not to cost over Mildred Bailey Mason City 2 Helen Wilklns Mason City 3 Rosalind Miller Mason City Article of clothingmade from old Mrs S E Siman Sockwell 2 Mrs Fred Scherer Mason City Cotton smock finished with hand Helen WUklns Mason City CHEMISTS MEET IN MINNEAPOLIS Magicians of Laboratory Gather in Annual Session MINNEAPOLIS Sept 6 UP Wizards of the retort testtube a crucible magicians of the labora tory who can change wood fibre into silk recover nitrogen from the air to fertilize the fields of agriculture produce the colorsof the rainbow from coal waste or crack gasoline to double the amount of if obtainable fromcrude oil will gather in Min neapolis Sept 9 to 13 for the sev entyeighth annual session of th American Chemical society Ranking as the most Immediately practicable of the sciences because of its dominating contributions to medicine industry agriculture and irt chemistry has developed the argestscientific body in the world r the American Chemical society whose membership including thou sands of teachers has passed the 17000 mark About 1500 of these including SEPTEMBER 6 hundreds of notables from unive 17 sities and industrial research labor atories will spend the coming week at the Universityof Minnesota It will be the societys first visit to that campus in 19 years according to Dr S C Lind chairman of the general committee of arrangements and head of Minnesotas School of Chemistry Minnesota Will Raise 5000 Pheasants Each Year State Has Farm ST JAMES Minn Sept 6 Without ceremony Minnesota this week is embarking on a comprehen sive program for the propogation of wild fowl to return to some its past hunting glories with the opening of the new stategame farm here The first birds all pheasants be gan feeding and roosting in the first pens completed at the farm located between here andMadeUa which the state bought July 1 and where George W McCuIlough state game and fish commissioner plans to raise 5000 fowl annually for dis tribution over the state The department is purchasing 700 pheasants to be used as brood stock of which 400 will be Mongolian pheasants which are similar in habits and nature with those of tha ringneck The other 300 birds will be the ringneck pheasants such as ara how at large In the state Theae birds are being shipped from Ore gon all direct descendants of for eign stock Normal Enrollment Is Expected at Simpson INDIANOLA Sept 5 WVFresh man students began assembling to dayat Simpson college here to spe cial activities incident to the open ing of the 192930 school year Wed nesdayFreshman week programs were started and will be continued thruout registration Mondany and Tuesday Altho 115 seniors were graduated in June the largest claea on record college officials predict i normal enrollment this fall Dr Harvey C Travis pastor of tha First Methodist church at Boone will speak at the opening convoca tion Tuesday evening Sept 10 Our idea of a difficult position vould be that of a conductor on hat Manchurian railroad listening o contradictory orders from a Chi nese and a Bolshevik Teleirraph MASON CITYS FINEST STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS Rockwell 2 Frances Nugent Ma son City 3 Evelyn Nugent Mason Set of 10 or more Ar thur Rowe Mason City 2 Florence Felton Ventura Essay on good Vivian Back Clear Lake Constructions in cardboard in volving covering lining and the sim ple elements of Lime Creek No 2 Ruth Miller Mason Article or manual Henry Klslia Mason City 3 Albert Flcken Dougherty To proud ySung men about to buy a new suit We Suggest the Beautiful Brick Brown Worsted HERE S why Fashion distinctly favors worsteds for Fall Rich shades of brown are expressly good The handsome colorings the smart styling coupled with the long service these fine worsteds will give make them the outstanding suits of the season I i j 1 PATTON Where a dollar oes its Ul SOUTH FEDERAL AVE
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