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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 23, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Saturday april 23, 1927 tue evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minn. Page seven hear be fellow citizens help to make Bible class largest in Northwest Sagebrush philosophy by or. F. E. Drake from the Man in the labor gang Man self preservation the prefer Side red one of the Best orators in the state. There will also be music by the High school band. The Minneapolis journal has been asked to Send a photographer to photograph this unusual Assembly of men for their photogravure Section. It is understood that Austin has made similar arrangements for the Minneapolis Tribune. Without question this meeting will be one of the largest if not the largest menus mass meeting Ever held in Albert Lea. It is expected that the old Home town loyalty and co operation for which Albert Lea is so Well known will assert itself tomorrow and that the Broadway theatre will be filled to capacity. Re Mem a Ber the time 9 45, sunday morning. No admission will be charged. All seats Are free. Austin citizens believe honors will be won easily by them get out and help make Albert Lea victorious. When about three weeks ago the men Bible class of the Baptist Church of Austin challenged the men s class of the first Baptist Church of this City to an attendance contest to close the last sunday in april no one dreamed the contest would create the interest or grow to the proportion which it has now ass ment. The Austin class ambitious to build up an organization which they can advertise As the largest menus class in the state has been Irving hard and have succeeded in doubling their usual attendance several times. The local men have not been Idle and As the contest now stands the two groups Are about even. Unusual interest has been created i it a both cities in fact it is no i w4�a i by is Sci Teul read a new York metropolitan builders have a Peculiar habit of laying the Brick in upper stories of sky scrap Jors before the Walls of lower stories Are started. Many visitors who Are told of this refuse to believe it without ocular demonstration. Evidence is plentiful. The great i beams of j the steel Frame construction Are self explanatory As to How it is done. The Why is not so evident a but it is said that the Bottom Walls Are delayed until protective sidewalk tunnels can be removed in order to avoid interference with the work. Suburbanites who moved away from City crowds Are now boasting a five years ago mine was the Only House on this the Street playgrounds of the teeming East Side offer Many Dan Mger a class contest. Fifth Gers to the youngsters who play asses As such have almost been Ball and other games in them but emerged in the greater interest one neighbourhood at least has sup altered about the contest As a pigmented the cops in taking care intent Between two cities Austin 0f them. A Rains Albert Lea. 1 a woman usually fat and Placid Austin has secured the High May be seen sitting on Bool auditorium for tomorrow a soap Box or in a chair id according to latest rumours any Day anxiously watching a cer it Ming from that City they expect Tain flock. Her neighbors Are do 100 men present the Albert Lea my her housework for her. I lie in class has secured the Broad a Job is transferred from Day to Day a theatre which has a seating among the mothers of the younger j pacify of 1200. Those in charge children t the contest believe that it will a necessary to till every seat to in. To the managers office the main thing is the sense of Progress. Different positions or promotions Are the High spots because they serve to measure a Many a Progress from the Point from which he started. # it is this satisfaction in the distance travelled rather Thau in the Point arrived at that Belows the greatest pleasure. It is perhaps fortunate that the great majority of us take much More satisfaction in passing the of livers of our past or the truck loads of our slow moving associates than we take dissatisfaction in the thought of the limousines still ahead of us on the Road of life. This Progress spells for each ration of the inner mental Man. In a world of a a jobs All of us must adapt ourselves first to the conditions which we must meet for the earning of our living and then with the time we have left we should set about living our True Many live to eat but the truly ambitious eat to live. Too Many Young people take the first Job offered provided it will yield $3 per Day. A Job for which they have no interest in apart from the pay envelope and when it is too late to change they realize that it is a Blind Alley leading to no advancement or Progress. The Worth while Job is that which will enable you to develop your Powers and your skill. The Standard bred Trotter by or. M. R. Higbee track. This was the last Straw and a insult to his Breeding and naturally perfect disposition. Walt ing for a place that suited him he jumped the outside Fence left his sulky hanging there and his Driver with the wreck fortunately uninjured and proceeded to his stable where they found him not the least bit nervous or excited. But by no i in i my personalities of some of the great horses As perhaps More applicable. Like begets like is seemingly More True of a Standard bred Quot than of any other family animal or human. As an illustration in 1892 the it worlds records were trotting Nancy Hanks 2 04 pacing Mascot. A 2 04 24 horses had records better manner of Means were they Able to than 2 10 today Only 35 years lat get him on to that race tracker 65# have records better than again that year. The following 2 05, and 2 10 records too numer year he was allowed to Pace and ohs to count 29 have records bet Johnnie Seely a Young Trainer who ter than two minute from i is was very fond of horses succeeded in gaining Joe a Confidence. Though it a. A Battle of lots of Nice things to eat in local markets vegetable and fruit quotation vary slightly predictions that storms will raise Southern vegetable prices a new potatoes now cheaper. Scout news Harry Nelson editor to 1 19%. The trotting and pacing gaits Are interchangeable. Many horses have taken fast records at both gaits but nearly All double gaited horses As we Call them prefer one gait to the other and the gait of their Choice is As a Rule the faster. Dan Patch 1 55 14 Seldom showed any desire to Trot. His sire Joe Patchen 2 01 1-4, also a super pacer was double gaited and like Many pacers took nearly All i slow work on the Trot and his own wits and kindness and it was late in the season before Seeley ventured to try him in a race. His first race was at Parsons Kansas and Joe still very suspicious caused some trouble by looking Oer the outside Fence on two occasions though he won the race and with it his Confidence seemed to come Back completely. Ile was a Large strikingly handsome Black horse White Stripe in face and three or colonel Taylor was very Isis White feet. His perfect manners tent that he should be trained at and bulldog courage made him a that gait. He was in training at t favorite everywhere Joe did not Burlington. Kansas As a 4 year old Uke his son Dan i at Ltd win a i s and they were trying very hard to races but lie won a vet Luigi to i convince Joe that lie was a Trotter cent of them and did beat at some but Joe had very Strong notions to time or Ano Liei path i t Oil the contrary. One Day As a last Ever beat him in face a eight last resort Joe was rigged out with a pacer of his Flay. Lot of extra straps to compel him j next week Eon Dillon to Trot and started around the ithe first 2 minute Trot Tai. A Tribune representative look ing Over Exchange papers this morning published in Iowa and Minnesota towns found that prices of vegetables As Well As groceries and other goods Are Selling As cheap and Iii Many instances cheaper in Albert Lea than in any other town or City. This s particularly True of vegetables at the present time. Asparagus and lots of Home grown rhubarb Are now available in local markets both of unusually Good Quality. The rhubarb is much cheaper. The rhubarb is very unstable however and if the had weather continues Price probably will be changed. The Homegrown asparagus is not on the Market yet. Predictions Are that Southern grown foodstuffs will in very expensive tine to the storms and floods although no tendency in that direction has been noted As yet. New potatoes Are getting cheaper and Are three pounds for a Quarter. Early triumphs Are the heaviest Sellers. Washington cauliflower is 35 cents a head and new turnip and bets to cents a Bunch. Green onions the Winter variety.1 Are new in the displays and Are fat cents a Bunch. Dry cooking on ions of All varieties Are scarce As Are the bermudas. The Texas Silver skinned is very Sweet and mild and makes a very satisfactory substitute it also is less expensive. Going at 15 to 12 cents a Pound. Although it is very rare in the season for Sweet potatoes there is one variety available Indiana jerseys which Are delicious. These Are a few rents More at 15 cent a Pound. The season is coming to a close on head lettuce and ii is quite High 15 cents a head although still very Good. Hothouse cucumbers Are 19 cents apiece. However there is a variety of Southern outdoor grown coming in very soon now which will be much cheaper. Tomatoes Are much improved As to flavor and color and Are still 25 cents a reached for the smaller Only to miss. He got in a question however. Yelling a where Are you going Quot the runner May have thought a anywhere but Here Quot but he Dill not say so. He let his legs Tell the big Chap. Wells the junk Heap of automobiles is a familiar sight in every town but a special feature or. Donald a dealer on the Banks of the liar fowling. President of Carleton Lem River has old cars motor 1 member of bar urge has been secured to and and sailboats in a pile together ass the meeting. Or. Cowling is a Little Man ran into a big Man in the subway Rush or one of them ill known Here having addressed Bert Lea audiences on one or two miss Laura Jacobi returned monday morning to Minneapolis after spending easter at the Home of her parents or. And mrs Charles Jacobi. Or. And mrs. Andrew Schultz went to Mankato last wednesday and spent the Day transacting business. Miss Edna Bruder returned to attorney Niels h. Debel Mem Jordan monday where she teach a bicycle hike by Harland Yauger one Day there were a couple of scouts that decided to take a by Cycle hike in order that they might earn their Ling Merit badge. They left Albert Lea about 2 of clock Iii the afternoon. Their packs consisted of two army blankets some tools and a Pup tent Quot hey also carried a Light lunch. They started West on Highway no. 9 towards Winnebago. After attempting to ride up the first Hill they came to they decided that it would i a easier to walk up and ride Down. About six Miles out of Tow ii they passed a Farmer who asked them where they were going. They made a cheery reply of at this his face grew Long and he told them that they would not get there that Day. They had great expectations. They told him that they x Ere planning to reach an Uncle s place Oil the nth or Side or Wells for the night. They left the Fanner not feeling quite As Happy As they were when they met him. They Rode on and shortly after i crossing the county line one of the scouts stopped to fix a leak Iii one of his tires. They had the six mile stretch left before entering Wells. This seemed the longest six mile ride they had Ever a i be cause they had to go against the wind. It began to lain shortly after entering Wells. This rain seemed to glee them More a a Pep and they went taster than Ever. I they arrived at the place expected and pitched their tent then they made themselves a qui. K supper and retired for the Day. About Midnight one of the boys woke up because of a Small noise some where near the tent he Tun d Over Iii bed and hashed Clit about he soon discovered that it was a cat that had made its Way into the lunch Basket. He was thankful it Wasny to a polecat the two scouts awoke Early and prepared a Small breakfast. I hey started towards Winnebago and arrived tiler at 9 of clock. They hit de gophers on the Uncle s place in visit better Homes Home next week everything ready to open monday afternoon a hostesses for the week appointed. Go to the modern method for Fine shoe repairing in College St., opposite Public Library the demonstration Home which has been prepared for better Homes week april 24th to May 1st inclusive will to ready for ins peo Hon monday afternoon at two o clock and will be open again at 7 in the evening. Thereafter each afternoon and evening at the same hours you May visit the Home the last Day being sunday May 1st. We understand that the lights have been arranged for and the Road is being put Iii condition. The landscaping is in the hands of the shelter Green nurseries. The merchants Are loaning the furnishings. Mrs. Severe chairman of the hostess committee announces the names of the ladies who will receive you during the week and the hosts and hostesses for the final , sunday. These people will show you about and answer uni quest ions you May wish to ask about Tho House or furnishings. They will also Endeavor to keep track of the number of visitors. Here Are the names monday afternoon mrs. Anton Bertels ii and mrs. Olaf Lee. Monday evening mrs. Carlyle Weigand and mrs. Lloyd Ber Hind. Tuesday afternoon mrs. C. Belin and mrs. La. I. Christianson. Tuesday evening mrs. Clarence Watland and mrs. It. F. Payne. Wednesday afternoon mrs. John Greene and mrs Irwin. Wednesday evening mrs. Walter a Arisen Bud mrs. Bert Skinner. Thursday afternoon mrs. N. In. Patterson and mrs. L. Blunt. Thursday evening mrs. F. Calhoun and mis. I. Ii. Thur Wash tor. Friday afternoon mrs. La. It full kilns anti mrs. J. A. Thorn As. Friday evening mrs George Christianson unit a i c i. T. Branham. Saturday afternoon mrs. A i von Berg. Or. Mid mrs. Robt. Weigand. Saturday evening mrs. Trowbridge anti mrs. W in f Behrend. Sunday afternoon or. And mrs. It. A. Wolgamot. Sunday evening or. And mrs. A. La. Severe Check up on your automobile insurance autos have divided people into two classes the Quick and the dead. Mark m. Jones will be Quick to help you if you carry one of h s policies. Phone 268 Mark m. Jones wedge Jones bldg. Broadway sunday Only Mer occasions once at the High at times Square. Bool commencement. He is con j the big Man did not like it and Gopher time the next few weeks is the time for ridding the Fields and pastures of gophers. Our line of .22 rifles gives you a Choice of single shot repeater and automatic. Klea bore the new and improved .22 Rifle Cartridge. Shoot Klea bore and forget your Rifle cleaning. Northern Creamery Supply House Albert Lea Minn. When you pain use Paramount sir per Panou Cost less per Yard costs less per Job costs less per year so say hundreds of satisfied users in Elbert Lea and Freeborn county. We manufacture our paints in Albertea. We Are paint experts. Bang our paint problems to us. Our service Rill not Cost you anything. Ber of Maryland bar is now Minn. Member. Attorney Niels la. Debel of 622 water Street has just returned from St. Paul where he went to he sworn in before the supreme court As a member of the bar of lie state of Minnesota. Or. Debel is a member of the Maryland Bai and of the bar it of the United states District court for Lite District of Maryland. He is a graduate of tile University of Nebraska and holds the degree of doctor of philosophy from the University of Illinois As Well. During the world War. Be ser Ved As first lieutenant of infantry. After the War he held the posh j Hon of professor of political science at Coucher College and in the col lege for teachers of the John s Hopkins University. During this time lie finished his Law course a the University of Maryland. Just before moving West he spent a year in Post graduate study of Law at the famous Law school of lab University new Haven Conn he holds the degree of master of i aws from this school. Attorney debel will occupy of flees in the Home investment building after May first. He has picked Albert Lea As a place to establish his Home after careful study of Many Middle Western Contri unities. Both he and mrs a i a were Middle westerners before they moved East. Their return to j. J. Sullivan Wall paper paint a Oil and Gin _ this Section is something in the a lure of a Home coming. They have been in Albert Lea for the past six months and have made Many friends in the City As Well As Otte r tarts of the county. Is after spending the easter vacation at the Home of her Mother mrs. Ben bred r. I i beheld of Delavan was Here Over the weekend with mrs beheld Aud son la mar. Or. And mrs. Harold hob i spent sunday at the Home of the former a parents or. And mis. Leroy hotter who Lite Northwest of town. I mrs. Geo. But is. Who has been ill about a month with Tho flu Ami a nervous breakdown is Able to be about the House again. Clarence Ensrud who has taken a farm near Austin came Home saturday to spend sunday with mrs. Ensrud my baby. 1 mrs. Marie Hanson is spending several Days with Fri ads at free born. I Tyler j Hanson who was called to Wells by the death of his Fath Al. 1. P. Hanson returned to his Home in Lewiston Montana vied mesday night. Mrs. N. L. Wilson and daughter Helen and Guise Wen shoppers monday. Mrs. William Getty and Daugh ter i let a of Mapleton were guests at the Home of mrs. M. Is Brewster. Mrs. De. Haye Aud daughter miss Josephir a were Albert Lea business callers saturday. Or and mrs. Ray shirk and Fain Fly v Ere guests sunday at the Home of or. And mss Fred Hail sen. Or. And mis. Ii. Rus rho and or. Ani mrs. Aaron Pankonin were entertained at the Home of or. And mrs. R a Gander easter or Day. Fir. I mrs i. To. Huston Are spending several Days with friends at Winnebago. Pound. Fruit of Best Quality dealers report that the difficulty they have been experiencing Iii getting Good fruit seems to he at an end. Urn fruit of All kinds is it the better Quality. The strawberries coming from Louisiana which have been causing retailers big losses by arriving with half of the crate too water soaked to sell Are greatly improved now and a still High. Bananas Are also much bet ter and Are enjoying quit a deserved popularity. Good apples can no longer be obtained although i ii re Are a few win sap available. I l ire last of the Navel oranges a being sold and Are considerably higher. The Large oranges Are i cents a dozen higher and the Sinai j Ler ones have gone ii la cent c i the next oranges will be the Val Henrius from California. Pineapples Are coming in from Bayamon Porte Keo and Are quite. High. The new Marsh seedless Grapefruit is also Pew on the mar j Kef due to the big demand for seedless Grapefruit. Activities women of West Myrtle and Mansfield Are Busy these Day. The Northwest Myrtle sewing club met april 12 Ai the Home of mrs. Sam Elam for the third in son of tic clothing project Given by their leaders mrs. Jerry Brabec an miss Mara Kusy. Despite the mud and rain ten members Venin lumber Jim discomfort in getting there didst matter. Just Loim the i to re Reive if possible All Ile lessons of this clothing project arranged for hem by the farm Bureau and Hie i Only agent or i Awson. The Subj it t of this lesion was clothing textile selection and care of fab Rick. Tests of silk and Wool were made and explained by leaders aft a a Short program of song verses some of them having been written by club members w re Given. Mis Ham assisted by Dine of the ladies served a Lun it a of sandwiches pickles jello and Cak and Coffee the next in ing will but held at the Bomi mss Jerry by Bec. May 17. J order that they might get i skins in preparation for a 1 badge. They stayed there Days and started on the stretch. The it int the same some Merit two Home Ou-1 Hie with tie tires Ai they nearer Wells and had to Buck the wind on the same stretch As before. They slopped at a filling station about six Miles soul la of Wells Ami at a Light lunch. They had easy going the rest of the Way Home Audar Rived Here at 2 o clock in Hie after i noon. It took them sex in hours i for the a rip without counting the 1 tim spent for meals. I not the two scouts were a Ria of Yauger and Walter frit both the High rank scouts of the a a it y. Troop 2 troop i Beld their meeting thursday evening at the North Side gymnasium. The meeting was opened by answering roil Call and following the minute of the last meeting was read. Or. Merlin of Hie Insulat Agency gave i Brief talk the boys. Signalling and of her requirements of the scout program was worked upon i he meeting was closed by a few min Hie of the Quot of Grady a Drill All the troop should practice on this game so that there will be Horn rinse contests at tin Cani Pery which will be held the fun week after the schools dose. Luverne coach has taken Post at Austin Texas Luverne. April 22 prof. Bur net who has Bern manual training instructor and athletic coach in la vein schools the past your has a copied a position As physical training instructor Aud coach in the mitral High school at Austin Tex. For next year. Prof. Burnett is one of tile most efficient coaches Luverne has Ever had. He developed the Hest Baket Bali team in years lie is now do eloping a track team. This Way to Paradise for two. To get on the Road to Romance first turn to the right then turn to the laughter Albert Lea present Bonio c ame w agony some walked players were extra Good presented program at Rivoli theatre it evening under auspices of the Veteran of foreign War. When in Minneapolis Sta / at the new Nicollet hotel opposite tourist Bureau on Washington Avenue the Northwest s finest hotel Ark rooms with Bath or connect tag 600 rooms wan u room an outside room largest and finest ballroom in Northwest rate. $2 00 257 rooms at a a $2.50 41 rooms at.$3.00 3# rooms at. A Juo Quot suites arid special in Hope a m air so dining room Coffee Sho a a. A Psi ret. Center and . Center Block from bom a Clarks manager 59 rooms at 68 rooms at 84 rooms at clothing project no. 2 Mansfield clothing project no. 2 was held at yrs. Theodore mat i Jck a borne in Mansfield april 13 twelve member were Preth meeting a called to order at 1 39 . A select Reading on lot hint was Fiven by tin chair Nan. Miss Freda Jahnke. The Secretary sport a. Then read. The lesson. A clothing and tulle. Quot Rte it ctr selection and care of fabrics was c it in Well demonstrated by the local it a leaders and proved to be by in Tele Xing to All present. A Nice Venin lunch was d by or. Mattik. Evening Assis cd by mrs. Schneider mrs go in Ami or Jolt. George let s famous player who appeared Aith ulv Oli theatre last night under the auspices of the v. Of f. W., were enthusiastically re to. Be i Ved by a Large audience at each of show. These people Ai More than ordinal Fly talented and play ult a la bewildering vainly of i j merits both Laminar and Unfall Lar that the interest is keen Dur lug the entire program. To expert have Iii players become Ilia without written music of any kind. They can carry along piece after piece with Rem likable Apo Nanetty and Charm. With amazing versa linty each player turns from one instill ment to another with appear the bachelors barium with the Day Era was filled with laughs and added its share to the pleasure of tart dive hum in the ii Bune. Kodak shutters will be c need enthusiasm Ere Long. Spring is in the air and adds new est to our pastime. Picture opportunities abound everywhere. Are you taking full advantage of the Opportunity to make pictorial records remember a pictures Tell the Story All Kodak photo finishers of Albert Lea

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