News from The Courant American

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
November 1, 1900, page 4
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Our Ladies Get the Prizes.

The women of Bartow county, who were exhibitors at the Interstate fair should be deservedly proud of themselves, for they bore off blue ribbons on everything.  Here are the winners:
Mrs. John Postell, cocoanut cake, $2.00
Mrs. W. P. Laramore, spice cake, $2.00
Mrs. L. S. Munford, chocolate cake, $2.00
Mrs. Robert Renfroe, Chocolate cake, $2.00
Mrs. Fannie B. Quillian, gold and silver cake, $2.00
Mrs. John Akin, white cake, $2.00
Mrs. John Akin, white fruit cake, $2.00
Mrs. A. O. Granger, black fruit cake, $4.00
Miss Lucy Alexander won the ten dollar prize for best collection of cakes by girl under sixteen years of age.  Miss Lucy is only twelve.
Mrs. H. E. Cary won the twenty-five dollar prize for best collection of cakes and breads. She also won several others, viz: Pound cake, $2.00, novelty cake, $2.00, and for crullers, $2.00.


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