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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 23, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Saturday. April 23, 192? the evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minim Page five salvation army services on sunday 31 00 a. A. Imo school. 8 00 p. service. Services through the week on tuesday thursday and saturday . M. Craig officer in charge Clark Street. Services 10 45 a. In. Subject a probation after Christ Church episcopal 8 00�?holy communion. 9 45�?Church school 11 ooh morning prayer. F. Be. Drake Rector first Church of Christ scientist. Corner Adams Avenue and West annual meet was held last Friday night Salem English eve. Lutheran United lutheran Church sunday after easter Church school�?9 45 Mark 9 2 Roll Peter 1 16-18. The pastors Bible class will not meet. Worship at la . And 7 30 . The Rev. We. P. Bacher. , of Winnipeg Canada will occupy the pal pit of both services. You Are cordially invited to worship with us. Quot blessed Are they that have not seen and yet have relieved. Milton a. Haker pastor. All Are Welcome. Boy scout Council met at business menus league last evening dinner served at 6 30 of clock a or. Pole pre ent. The annual meeting of the Bov evening service 8 00 . Con c0uiuil of 80uthern mine by lava be sen theological Sota a hold a it Trinity lutheran Church sunday school -10 00 . English service 11 00 . Evening service 8 00 . Student. La. W. Bondo pastor. First Baptist Church 45 .�?Bible school. Menus a passes in Broadway theatre. Or. D. A. Cowling As special speaker. A the future of a won Tertul theme and a gifted speaker. La of a in a morning worship. Solo Lester Anderson. Sermon or. D. A. Cowling. Ii 30 .�?b.y.p.c. Topic a a hanging the 7 30 .�?evening service. Duet miss Naomi Larson and mrs. Gladys Salisbury. Ordinance of baptism. Sermon a living with let us keep up the easter spirit. Arthur Hoag pastor. Full gospel Mission meetings tomorrow sunday school and Bible class at i to . Breaching services at 2 30 . I and 8 00 . Meeting every night at 8 00 . I this coming week except monday and saturday. Done to fail to attend these meetings and hear the full gospel in song and preaching. H. C. Lau Dahl pastor m. V. Lau Dahl evangelist Calvary Baptist Church a the Church that College and Euclid streets april 24th a All services in eng Ash. 9 45 .�?Bible school with first lutheran Church divine services at 11 00 . In the English Langua the monthly Quot family night a begins with a a a Fellowship hours at 5mw . A Light supper is served at 6 00 . Organ recital at 6 30. A Quot Story and i song Quot service is held in the auditorium of the Church at 7 00 . The pastor will present the Story of a favorite hymn. Sunday school at 9 30 at the Church and at 9 30 at the Academy and North Side branches. J c. K. Preus pastor. Lasses for Young and old men and Rumen. A. E. Carlsen supt. 10 15 .�?worship. Sermon a Man who is like a Sej lion by choir. And press Terlan Church the services at the first presbyterian Church tomorrow will he As follows the pastor will preach at 11 00 i . On the a value of the old Sota area was hid at the business menus league rooms Las t cuing there was a very tine attendance of men of Albert Lea and i loin nearby towns. After a dinner president e. F. West rum gave a Hearty Welcome to the men who came Bee a use of their interest in boys. The report of the scout sex a alive showed a splendid growth fir scouting in Southern Minnesota. With a Start of two registered troops May i 1926 there Are now 21 troops from 47 registered scouts to 331 registered scouts including 26 Lone scouts. After a Snappy demonstration of some scout work by scouts under the direction of scoutmaster Carl pc Tseu and Andrew j Sjoberg the report of the Council nominating committee was read and accepted. Or. Rushfeldt was elected president for the coming j year. Carl. Jacobson As vice Presl j Dent e. S. Fonda As Secretary and Frank Reese As treasurer were elected. Or. Bote regional scout exec j Tive gave an instructive talk on the work of a Council. He introduced we. Block scout commis Stoner of Minneapolis who has developed one of the finest system of commissioners in All the United states. Or. Block spoke on the Quot value of boys work to the Man and Thor there was a Fine group of men present from Wells i 6 30 .�?intermediate Tutor . Meetings. 7 30 .�?service. Sermon christianity and As a lie these evening services Are awing full houses. addresses e usually built upon some timely objects. Come Over sunday night one sermons Are for emotions hers Are addressed to conscience is message is for your reasons. Worship with us i. For Edmund minister. Methodist Church sunday school 9 45 a. In. Lases As usual excepting Png a class which meets in Don class service at the Broad morning Sermon subject at 11 00 lock a the gospel of encourage this Sermon will stress e need of encouragement on the it of the editor teacher doctor Ascher and others who Are Reli Antly facing conditions demand the development of pachyderm j Ous skins As a Means of resist ice. Continuous endurance de licit upon the arrival of enc our Rev. Ira Landroth . Will speak at 3 30 . And will preach at the regular service 7 30 . Everybody is most cordially invited to attend and hear or. Landrith. Sunday school meets at 9 45 . The menus Bible class Are meeting with the Baptist menus Bible class at the Broadway theater at 10 00 . There will be special music by the choir and also by some of the members of the macalester College a a glee club who Are staying in the the City Over sunday. The the hand of Fellowship is extend u de to everybody and a most cordial Welcome to All who desire to Woi ship with us. If you Are a brie Tian we claim you As our brother. If you Are not a Christian we invite you to come Quot and learn of him for he is Meek and lowly in heart and be shall find rest unto your n. P. Patterson pastor. Dont forget j the programs three Days interstate Hall opening wednesday four reel instructive and entertaining films a talks on better Home subjects favors. How he bit himself a to foolish questioners there lid upon me am a i amt from Tho of Chat sour he Tho wry a Unold avoid the role of the Are on hts . Whet ached is Mist Epworth league at 6 45. Subject he Standard of the Christian do not forget that there will be better Homes programs of interest to everyone at interstate Hall be ginning monday. In the afternoon the children will see the four reel film a lumbering in the which will be shown again in the evening at 7 30 in connection with a talk on Quot int us help you build your Home a by or. Dobson of Minneapolis and on Quot swat the Fly a by miss Mumford. Miss Irene Hail sing will play for the picture. Tuesday evening Rev. Preus will speak on a Homes of a nations Job Jenson will sing and a four Sis h o a Al do you a Psi Tav the. Making or a my. Yourself on your forehead Quot some body asked him. he replied a i stood on a Outlook. At the evening service at 7 30 ill be presented the fourth and St Sermon in the special series pitied Quot the High Cost of Low the appalling total in Lions of dollars measuring the obey Cost of sin in America Indi wardrobe of the ites that the enlistment of sin Young Man. Liners is the most needful prop mad known to present Day life. E c. Horn pastor. Of dear dear step ins of Pink silk Are reported to be the latest addition to the dressed patriots Isnit Quot it about time that we Rose and said it with Pink handles a Portland oregonian. Homes of famous americans watch this space for pretty Homes a b i rth place or Walt who Tenn the. Good a Grey poet Quot a West Hills. Long Lund. Lincoln once Aid. As pm to str goes u in rip Cit tie stands out and sturdy and in Cental i. To fact from the millions. How the Riding should Ive bom in a boy. T9 Strong material that like the frien Hom wa9 sturdy and dependable la a guide built Over a Century ago its selecting Post i of a Cor the Home builder in his building will be school night there will be a debate on a shall we have a dining room a a pantomime and songs by the child re a. There will also be a Short film a Home Sweet Home a and several five minute talks by various local men upon the different phases of building. Favors will lie Given out the first two nights and if possible on wed Neslav also. All thre programs Are going to be of gnat interest. The talks will be by experts and the films will be entertaining and instructive. You will be Well repaid by at tending As Many of these programs As you can. They Are All free and you Are cordially invited. Card of thanks we wish to thank our kind friends and neighbors for their acts of love and sympathy during the illness and death of our beloved daughter Anil sister. Also for the Beautiful Floral tribute to our loved one. Especially do we thank Rev. Magels son for his kind words of Comfort or. And mrs. Harry la fee Raymond Tufte card of thanks we wish to express our appreciation for the kindness shown us by our friends and neighbors and for the Flowers sent at the time of the passing of our beloved Daugh tar we especially thank the girls who acted As pallbearer or. And mrs. Bert Stevens and family stranger than fiction add fables once upon a time a popular Young society Maiden posed at the wheel of an automobile for a picture to advertise the automobile and the papers All forgot to Tell who the Young lady was. Be Orleans times Picayune. Sos for rat catchers Moscow a the Best rat Eatch ers in Russia have be a summoned to Moscow to exterminate a plague of rata which have destroyed hundreds of valuable documents. Show your loyalty to Albert Lea the attendance contest Between the menus classes of the first Baptist churches of Albert Lea and Austin is no longer a class contest. It is a contest Between two cities Albert Lea is. Austin the contest closes sunday april 24, with a big mass meeting for men Broadway theatre 9 45 . And lasting one hour hear or. Donald j. Cowling president of Carleton College recognized As one of America s Foremost educators and one of Minnesota a Hest orators. He will speak on the future of religion music by High school Bawd 1,200 men wanted it will Tare 1,200 Mer at this meeting to via come and bring your friends no admission charged. All seats free help Albert Lea win

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