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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTti PANTRY STORES AT NORTH IOWA FAIR EXCELLENT Many Delicious Foods Were Entered in Various Departments JBIead js the staff of life But bread with a consistency suggesting never have stood a chance at the fair To qualify among Ihe Joaves on display in the pantiy department bread had to look delicious and to taste as it looked The exhibit was proof of the old jixiom that seeing is believing loaves looked good and they Vere I But tho bread is the staff of life it is not the only stay of existence Man for more than thot iad mere bread can grow monoton ous Injthat case he may have jam jF jelly or pieaerves and all those were weighed and Tfound excellent at the tair We eat what we can and what iprp can t we can say the house tat to prove it there were Jfows and rows of canned vegetables fruits and meat in tne exhibit Shining jars filled with fresh colored iruits looking more like decorations Jhan edibles lined the shelves And from such entriesas these it was Jhe duty of the judges to pick the iiest The judges selection follows Loaf yeast Mrs Irwin 3ohnsen Mason City 2 Mrs Rob Lumsden Mason City 3 Mrs aCarl Voss RocRford 4 Mrs James tcLaughlln Rockwell 5 Mrs Fred antlers Mason City 6 Mrs John M J31ark Rockwell Collective rural club canning ex Pleasant Ridge club 2 Mrs E D Guild Mason City Samplebrown bread Mrs James McLaushlin Rockwell Sample of graham Mrs James McLaughlie Rockwell 3 Mrs John M Clark Rockwell 3 Mrs C E Johnsen Mason City Sample of Mrs James McLaifghlin Rockwell 2 Mrs R T Lumsden Rockwell Six Cinnamon Mrs James McLaughlin Rockwell 2 Mrs Carl Voss Rockford 3 Mrs H A Spil ler Mason oLoaf white cereal Mrs Janies Rockwell S Mrs Robert Lumsden Mason City Pan of Mrs James Me Laughlin RockweU 2 Mrs Irving Johnsen Masqn City 3 Mrs John MClarkRockwell Loaf raisin br Mrs Robert Lumsden Mason City 2 Mrs John M Clark Rockwell 3 Mrs James McLaughlin Rockwell Raised Mrs Carl Voss Rockford 2 MM Fred EUei Rockwell 3 Mrs H A Spiller Ma son City Ginger bread Mrs James McLaughlin Rockwell 2 Mrs J W Steil Mason City 3 Mrs R T Lumaden Rockwell Fruit cake Mrs C N Humphy Clear Lake 2 Mri James McLaughlJn Rockwell 3 Mrs Fred EUers Rockwell Jelly cake Mrs J W Steil Mason City 1 Sponge cake Mrs C P Kennedy Clear Lake Layer Cakes Judged Cocoanut layer cake Mrs C E Johnsen Mason City 2 Mrs Irwin Johnsen Masn City 8 Mrs C HHumphy Clear Lake Nut cake Mrs Jame McLaughlin Rockwell 2 Mrs W ft Lake 3 Angel food Mrs Jame McLaughlin Rockwell 2 Mrs D H Bitterman Nora Springs 3 Mrs Z R Britt Mason City Devil s food or chocolate cake Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 2 Mrs E E Hersey Ma son 3 Mrs Emmet Johnsen Mason City Sunshine cake unfrostedrl Mrs After an evening of pleasure I like to go to the0oda Grill the Grills always my choice for I can see more of my friends of the younger set Chicken is on the Sunday Dinner Menu While chicken is chicken k Its different at Masoa Grill It is prepared with ex treme caw to pleasethe boys and girls of Lake MiilsTChirlea City RockwellMa sottdty and aUthevicinity about Cometo thispopuJ lar Cafe Sunday where handshaking and conversation no crime Big Thick Steaks A great big round steak thick as a dpughnut juicy as a water melon sweet as honeytender as a mothers love t for steak Neatlng pleasure you must give your order to one of the Soda Grill girla SODA GRILL A Delightful Place to Dine At 16 South Federal E E Hersey Mason City 2 Roy Jobnsen Mason City 3 Mrs Emmet Johnsen Mason City Figcake Mrs L E Avery Mason City Browned sugar cake Mrs Roy Johnsen Mason City 2 Mrs H A Spilier Six white tea cakes 1 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs Janies McLaughlin Rockwell Six ginger Mrs Bert Rule Mason City 2 Mrs J Steil Mason City 8 Mrs Bert Rule Mason City i Six sugar Mrs Carl Voss Rockford 2 Mrs J W SteU Mason City 3 Mrs Bert Rule Ma son City Six oatmeal Mis Charles Harms Swaledale 2 Mrs Carl Voss Rockford S Mrs L R Batdhlor Mason City Six Mrs James Rockwell Six nut Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs Roy Johnsen Mason City S Mrs Call Godirey Manly Sis molasses Mrs L R Batchlor Mason City 2 Mrs J W Steil Mason City 3 Mrs Bert Rule Mason City Six raised Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 2 Mis Charles Harms Swaledale Apple pie two Mrs T W Steil Mason City 2 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 3 Mrs L R Batchlor Mason City 4 Mrs D H Bitterman Nora Springs 3 Mrs Emmet Johnsen Mason City 6 Mrs William Guest Clear Lake Cherry pie two Mrs J W Steil Mason City 2 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 3 Mrs J N Clark Rockwell 4 Mrs Fred Eller Rockwell 5 Mrs W Mason City 6 Mrs E Bocuk Carl Voss Principals in Murder Mystery Prm FAota Paul Odell 10 was found shot to death and his companion Kuth LaughUn 34 beaten to death on Cliff drive in Kansas Cttj Police had found no clew to the apparent double murder Rockford Currant preservesl Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake 2 Mrs W E Boucfc Mason City Peach Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs James HcLaughlln Rockwell 3 Mrs Irv tag Johnsen Mason City Pea1 Mrs Irving Johnsen Mason City 2 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City Mrs Bouck Places Quince Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 3 Mrs C P Kennedy Clear Lake Plum pre Mrs Jjving Johnsen Ma son City 3 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake Ripe tomato preserves Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 2 Mrs S E Simon Rockwell Cherry Mrs Irving Johnsen Mason City 2 MrsJ N Ryburn itockwell 3 Mrs Bpuck Ma son City Citron Mrs W E Bouck MasohCity Crabap le Mrs W EBouck Mason City 2 Mrs Irving Johnseri Mason CityJWatermelon preserves James McLaughliaitRbckI Rybvirn Rockwell 3 HarmsJ Swale d ale Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 3 Mrs James McLaughlin Rockwell Par Mrs Charles Harms Swaledale 2 Mrs C N Hum phnes Clear Lake Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 2 Mrs James McLaughlin Rockwell 3 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake 2 Mrs William Guest Clear Lake Mrs J N Ryhurn Rockwell 2 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake 3 Mrs Shirley Stanfield Mason City Peas Mrs Roy Johngen Mason City 2 Mrs Charles Wagner Mason City3Mrs W E BouckMason City Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell Mrs W E Bouck Mason City ColdsPack Canned Meats Mrs W E Bouck Ma son City2 Mrs Timothy Wagner Mason iCity 3 MrsCharles Wag ner Mason City Mrs Charles Wagner Mason City 2 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 3 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake Mrs Janies McLaughlin Rockwell 2 Mrs Charles Wagner Mason City Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs Charles Wagner Mason City 3 Mrs Charles Harms Swaledale Mrs W E Bouck Mason1 City pple Mrs Irving John Mason City 2 Mrs J N Ry City 3 Mrs Ma son preserves WEBouck MasonCityr 2 Mrs irVtog Johnsen iiMasomCity1 3Mrs Charles WagiierMasonCity Grape Mrs W E Boucfc Mason CVN Humphries iClear Lake Strawberiy Mrs James McLaugh lin Rockwell 2 Mrs CP Ken nedy Clear W E Mason GityjRedJraspberry Mrs Jobisen MasonCity Mason City 3 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell Black raspberry pre Irving Johnsen Ma 2 Mrs iC N Humphries Clear Lake Gooseberry 1 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake Roy jphnsen Mason City Cranberry Mrs W E Bouck preserves Mrs BouckMaspn Mrs Irving Johnsen Mason City 2 Mrs W E Bpuck MasonCity Best collection preserves two varie Mrs C HMensch Mason City 2 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake Strawberries canned Mrs Vf E City 2Mrs Rock well 3 Mrs N Humphries Clear Lake canned fruit PEN AND PENCIL SETS School Days are coming writing days thcmcs to li writenotes to take Lifetime Guaranteed GoldBond Pens and Pencils arc made far just such wortf The Set sketched above is typical Barrels of both penand pencil are of nonbreakable StonitcJn the rich new Iridescent pearl ahdjet black effect Pen has solid 14k gold point tipped with hard iridiumr 18k golc filledpocket clip bands and fillinglever Pencil is the newest propellng repelling and expelling ready to write Its the qual of any 1350 set in both beauty and lifetime writing quality Priced theSct You can buy any Lifetime Gold Bond Pen or Pencil Separately i Pens to to MONTGOMERY ItSO Second St N E Mason City Phone 17 1 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 2 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 3 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake Canned fruit wild 1 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake 2 Mrs W City Canned Fruit 1 Mrs JN Ryburn Rockwell 2 Viola Mason City 3 MrsW E Bouck Mason City 1 Mrs Jahlea Mc Laughlin Rockwell Mrs CN Humphries Clear Lake 3Mrs W E Bouck Mason City i Mrs Charles WagTier Mason City 2 Mrs Sherley Stanfield Ma son City 3Mrs CN Humphries Clear Lake jj C P Kennedy Clear Lake 2 Mrs Wagner Mason City 3 Mrs Axel Anderson Mason City FeacKes Judged 1Mrs C B Keiinedy Clear Lake 2 Mrs Arthur Dean Clear Lake 3 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 1 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Eleanor johhsen City 3 Mrs JN Ryburn Rockwell 1 MIB Charles Mason City 2 Mrs Ci N Clear Lake 1 Mrs W E Boudk MasonCity Red 1 Mrs WE Bouck Mason City 2 Eleanor Johnsen Mason City 3 Mrs JN Ryburn Rockwell Black Rosalind MUler Ma son City 2 Mrs W E Bouck Ma son City Ground cherries 1 Mrs i Charles Wagner Mason City Peelda Mrs Charles Wagner TMason City 2 Rosalind Miller Ma son City Collection not less 1 ilrs G H Mensch Mason City 2 Bertha Stebbina Mason City 3 Mrs C N Hum phries Clear Lake 1 Cold Puck Canned Vegetables 1 Mrs WE Bouck Mason City 2 Eleanor Johnsen Mason City Baked Mrs W E Bouck Mason City SfHrig l Mrs V C Mclotte spn City 2 Mrs W E Bouck son City 3 Mrs Axel Anderson Mason City 1 Mrs Ws E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs J N Mr s V Irving Johnsen Ma spn City 2 Mrs Charles Wagner Masotf City 3 Mrs W E iBoucic MasohT City Black raspbe rry j elly rl Mrs CP Kennedy Lake 2Mrs Charles Wagner Ma son City S Mrs W Bouck Ma son City currant Mrs Charles Wagner Mason City 2 Mrs W EBoiick Mason City 3 Clear Lake White currant Mrs WE Masoii City 2 Noia White ipiearLake 3Mrs C N Hum phries Clear LakeGrape lMrs W E Bouck Mason City 2Mrs C Mutschley Mason jCity 3 Mrs James McLaughlin Rock well Plum W E iouckMason City 2 Mrs Janies tfcLaughlin Rockwell 3 Mrs C I Humphries Clear Lake four Vtrs Charles Wagner Mason City 2 Timothy Wagner Mason City 3jMrs C P LakeJ Peach Mrs James McLaughlin 2 rMrs Charles Wagner 3 Mrs Arthur Dean Clear Lake Grape Mrs WE Bouck Mason City 2 Viola vKoppMason City 3 Mrs James McLaughlinRockwell Plum Mrs James McLaughlin Rpckwell 2 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 3 Mrs C P Kennedy Clear Lake Red raspberry butter Arthur DeanClear Lake 2 MrsW E Bouck Mason City 3 Mrs C N Humphries Mason CityGrape W E Bouck Masoa City 2 Mrs C N Clear Lake Pear con Mrs W E Bouck Mason City2 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake Rhubarb Mrs Axel Anderson Mason City 2 MrsAv EBQUck Mason City 3Mrs C Lake Plum Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake Pickles Displayed Cucumber Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs Timo thy Wagner Mason City 3 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell Onion Mrs W EBouck Ma son City Eleanor Johnsen Ma son City 3 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockiyell Tomato Mrs W E Bouck Mason City Cabbage pickle Mrs J N Rybun Rockwell 2 Mrs W E Bouck Ma son City 3 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake Chow Mrs W E Bouck Mason City Pickahli Mrs W E Bouck Mason City Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 ilrs W E Wagner Mason City 3 Mrs C N Humphries Clear Lake Dill pickles Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 3 Mrs Bert Rule Mason City Beet Mrs C MutschlerMa son City 2 Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell3 Mrs WE Bouck Ma son City Olive oil cucumber Mrs WE Bouck Mason City 2 VIrs CN Humphries ClearLake Cherry olive Mrs W E rSoiickMason CityMango pickles Mrs WEBouclc Ma son City 2 Mrs CR KenneJy Clear Lake 3 Mrs Tom Stanfield 71ear Lake Cucumber pickles Mrs Charles Wagner iason City 2 Mrs W E Bouck Alasoii City ZMrs TimothyWag ner Mason City Watermelon pickles Eleanor John sen Mason City 2iMrsi J N Ry urn Rockwell 31 Mrs Mason City ITomato green icklesr Wagner Mason Cityr2 Mrs Bouck Mason City Citronsweet W11 E tati GROTTO BECOMES ItTRACTidN FOR MANY EACH YEAR MultiColored Stones to Por tray History of World t WEST BEND Sept 7 Tucked away in the northwest cor ner of Iowa away from most of the principal highways this little town s becoming a mecca for tourists from all sections of the country thru its Grotto of the Redemption The grotto built entirely of multi coloredstones is yet only half com pleted hut thebeauty of the fin ished sections is such that thous ands come to West Bend each year it and its construction is theplan of the Rev P M Dobber Btein pastor of Sts Peter and Pauls Catholic church here Already he has devoted more than six years to the work and as many more prob ably will be needed to complete his plans the work will de pict in stones the story of the world from the time ofthe Garden of Eden down to the present according to FatherDobberstein To date he has used 11 freight car loads of se lected materials in the project and he estimates he will need 13 more carloads Total cost will be about estimated NO Claims of Cures Noclaims of miraculous cures are made forthe grotto but its creator believes those who visit itwillleave with the intention to serve God bet ter To the north of the grotto Father Dobbersteinhas constructed a lake surrounded by a park of shade trees Benches and tables are pro vided for visitors On the other side is the parish house and church A son City Rockwell Woman Wins Apple Mrs J N Ryburn Rockwell 2 Mrs WE Souck Mason City 3 Eleanor Tohnson Mason City Pear plekles Mrs J N Ryburn lockwell 2 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City 3 Mrs Charles Wag ner Mason City Cherries sweet Mrs J N Ryburn Rock well 2 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City Carrots sweet Mrs J J Ryburn Rockwell 2 Mrs W E Bouck MasonCity Cucum ber chowder Mrs Timothy Wagner Mason City 2 Mrs W E Bouck Mason City Corn relish sweet Mrs Charles Wagner Mason City 2 Mrs Bert Rule Mason City 3 Mrs C P Kennedy Clear Lake Mixed sweet Mrs Wf E Bouck Mason City 2 Mrs J 3ST Ryburn Rockwell 3 Mrs F E Johnsen Mason City Beet sweet Mrs J NRyburn Rockwell 2 Evelyn Dahlly Han lontown 3 Mrs Tom Stanfield Clear Lake Peach pickles sweet Mrs Irving JohnsenMason City 2Mrs Charles Wagner Ma sonCity3 Mrs V C Meiotte Ma son City John said his wife over tho telephone you must come home at once I have mixedup the plugs of the vacuum cleaner and the wire less and the loudspeaker is sucking all the paper off the N HumphriesClear Oswestry Advertiser Expert Watch Repairing at REASONABLE PRICES DIAMONDS The Store of Dependability Crcdft Is Partqf Service 3 StateSt lunch room1 is conducted by the church and proceeds are used in purchasing materials necessary for construction work Father Dobber stelhalso devotes all his own money to the project When completed the grotto will show the angel drivingout of the garden of Edeh Adam and Eve the birth ofthe Christ child in thesta ble of Bethlehemthepassioniand crucifixion of finally the resurrection frbni the tomb All States Visited v This last work Father pobber stehi expects will be the masterv piece ofthe grotto wiU be wrought froni selected materials and the interior will belined with Venetian mosaics Overhead the roof will be made of stalacites from the Ozark mountains i At present work is going forward oh the 14 Stations of the Cross In the course of his work Father Dobbersteinalready has visited every statein inquestof certainores minerals rock for matioris which he uses Because the materials cannot be purchasedin mass quantities it frequently is nec essary for him to stop work on one section and proceed with another untilsuch time as the needed rocks can be had present time he is recov ered from severe injuries suffered in a motor car crash In the event of his death before completionot the grotto he has trained an assist ant in the work1 and outlined the manner in which he wishes it fin ished Board of Control to Hold Regular Meeting DBS MOINES Sept 7 third Quarterly meeting of the heatJ of state institutions with meinbera of the staterboard of control wil ha held atthe board offices in Dei Monies Sept 10 The conference program lists fivai speakers as follows C M member of the board whose subjecB is as yet unannounced Mrs Mary Dugan supermtendent of the stata 3uvenile home 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