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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 27, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota
Page three a in essay apr Quot. 27 the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Better Homes week always makes me feel Good a a said Albert Lea Tommy. A it makes me feel that i live in an advancing age. Now there was a time so in be heard Tell when a fellowt0 live in a eave with no ining water and no Kitchen no thermostat and no ,i0 All the Cook had to do h was a bowl made out of v and goodness knows what ,1 of Forks maybe none. Then re a a time when folks ,1 in tents mad of skins Ith a Hole at the top for the Uke to go out and the rain to. U. In the Beds had no spiral ring and Cotton Felt Mattes they were skins Laid on he ground. The Kitchen Ange was outside on a couple ,.j rocks. Then there was a time wheat folks lived in log houses link together with mud plaster in one Corner dad had built a Ade bed of logs turned soft Side in another he had made a ? fireplace of stones where helped in a log and Hung a Ket Over the fire with an Iron Hook thing. Then by and by he lumber Mill came along and awed the Trees up fancy and oils nailed them on the out Ide of their houses and called hem clipboards and shingles. There were several rooms in Ide the House then and an Iron stove in the Kitchen with a stovepipe that went into a built a Chimney through a Hole in the Wall. I Here was a stove of a different shape in the parlor. In Ach bedroom there was a Pitcher and a bowl to take a Bath in. Mother got the water to Cook with and to Wash with outside at a Well. Not very convenient. But better than the Cave and leaner. There were rag carpets instead of skins on the door and Beds in the bedrooms with Feather ticks on them. Well nowadays we have better Homes better and better Homes All the time. We snap a Button in our gleaming White Kitchen and Presto we have the fire built. We step into a Shin ing tiled bathroom and out of a Silvery pipe comes hot soft water for us instantly. We san another Button and Iii in Light in Lovely shaded lamps our living rooms Are dreams of peace and Beauty. Our barns Are garages inhabited by hand some motor cars. We seem to be no relation whatever to the folks who lived in caves. Better Homes indeed. Hurrah for the better Homes movement. Goodbye i m going out Forsee that demonstration House. Baled Hay or Straw Speltz co. 97-5r Vaughn a parcel delivery 126 w. Main St., successor to Carl Dahl. Phone 310-l. Buy that Sealy tuft less mattress at the Palace during Sealy week apr. 25 to May 2. 01 he Home Talent play in v Oodman Hall Lineville Fri. Eve. Apr. 29, 8 . Adm. 15c and 25c. 99 i on vacation mrs. Carrie Calhoun an employee of the Albert hotel is enjoying her annual vacation. She plans to remain in the City. Austin buses the Austin Road has improved sufficiently for some travel now. The Albert Lea Austin buses started to operate yesterday after having been held up for several weeks. Call m. P. Howe for insurance. 99-lr Honey Dew pig meal Speltz co. 97-5r seed flax Speltz Grain co. 97 or toll songs paint shop Clark. Res. Phone 1114. 209 e. 96 7r buy that Sealy tuft less mattress at the Palace during Sealy week apr. 25 to May yesterday yellow shelled Corn Speltz co. 97 5r 98 6r the funeral buy that Sealy tuft less mattress at the Palace during Sealy week apr. 25 to May 2. 98 6r the Academy and but i services for the late Oscar Clemet-1 Ness College 6�duates Are Protea at the t signally trained to fill to Mignosi secretarial stenographic and Book keeping positions. Call 424. 9. 3a buy that Sealy tuft less mattress son of Hartland were held at the at the Palace during scaly week local first for "5 to a 2. 98-6r ter Day afternoon. Burial was mat at Lakewood cemetery North of tin water rent w ill be delinquent aft a. \ Large number were in at or May i 1927 and 10g will be Tendance including Many of High added after said Date. Albert Lea Hartland friends. Water work. Al 0n business mis. Ola table of attorney. O. Peterson has in Man Neavoll. Arrived this it room Dietl his work in the state Legisla to spend a few Day for the present session and business matters. Attending to she will pack Ture my now devote his entire ital to and a Cooee of la. Dogwood. His Law practice. Business visit Harry m. Ryan left this morning for Chicago on business. Mrs. Ryan accompanied him As far As Hampton la., where she will visit until his return. They expect to be gone until next monday. To entertain postmaster and mrs. V. Kennison of Alden Are to be the Host and hostess accepts position miss inc 7 Norton who recently finished a course in medical technology in St. Paul has accepted a position with the Pauline steams Hospital in Ludington Mich. She will leave for the place tomorrow. T. J to the 99-lr at the Takle Home which has been rented to w. Hotness mrs. I Aku last Public dance at the prime Caine Here from Rochester where Nade Fri. Night apr. 29. Here is in has been staying with her your Chance to hear Caton a imps. Husband while he is taking it Ai the vagabonds younger Brothers. Ments preparatory to a serum of gent $1 to ladies 10c. W 3r nation. Doing Well or. Dan Christen series of talks mrs Huter sen of 1013 James Street was of Dominick is Leq rated on yesterday morning at the Esting series of talks to g Naeve Hospital and is letting tons at the cumhur Depa spending week mrs. Hel i in with her daughter. Or. Max Stifler and son. Mervyll Luellie of St. Paul Are enjoying a week s v is it in the City among their relatives and friends. This morning Mervil underwent an operation for the Romov a1 of this tonsils. Until recent Here yesterday mrs. L. Sever son of Bricelyn was among the out of town hoppers in Albert Lee yesterday and while Here also visited with friends. From Freeborn or. And or. I. A. Stensrud of Freeborn were in the City yesterday attending the funeral sen ices of the late Oscar Clementon of Hartland. To Rochester a mi3 Vernia Swenson of the m l. Olson grocery store left yesterday Foi Rochester where she will take a series of treatments at the Mayo Hosp Tai. R is her third visit to the clinic. Feeling better Clinton Throlson of the interstate Power company who has been confined at the Hospital following an operation for lie from Lake Aldalila of i Velty dance hand being feared orchestra. The City today attending to business night with bar Liovvi matters. The opt Ning for few Days or. And mrs. E cad no is one of the leading Dane Hartland Are in Ink pavilions in the Southern pal several High class of Van a a a la Hwy. In the Quot is a of the Tate. Several blah it it a guests at the Home of mrs. I. Fos orchestras have been secured for sum on Vine Street. The summer season. Resigned miss Frederick be the scraps begin from Nown son who has been bookkeeper at unto school doses the Annua i Skinner chamberlains grocery nor senior scrap will 0cv re has resigned her position Anil mlnd9 and time of High St to ,.? 52 rest. To. Niht or during the 5�?mrs. Frank Faville fit the juniors of 1928 started cd a re left this morning they got a Supply of and decorated residents of after Blue As no a. Cab he today. Set Bow to conference county agent tuesday at 3 of clock on urn subject Willis Lawson left yesterday for of a a us link ll0om or a void. Rochester where he is attending a us eci Auy built stage a living conference of county agents. He room we be built on this occasion members of the Good cheer Bible we resume his work at tile office to it lecture is planned in connect class of the methodist Church of on thursday morning. Ton with National Karpen wee. Aldan on Friday evening by i. _ it. Am or. F. During the. A a �?�?��?~4 passes mov by toe bellies were Albert Lea. Seriously Cut yesterday noon just after school was dismissed. Meredith Morrison one of the High school students was hurry ing out the East door when he shoved on the Glass breaking it. Cutting his wrist very badly i e struck an artery and immediately the blood gushed Forth in profusion. He a rushed into the school nurses office and ills wound bandaged temporarily until he iou office. He lost a removal of his appendix is getting along very nicely now. Ile w a it it leased from the to Pital sunday evening. Beautiful car the motor inn has just received a Beautiful now Lasalle car. Which was a special order for mrs. Charles Jorgenson. The machine i an eight Cylinder one made by the Cadillac company. This Model is attractive one finished in a with luxurious upholstering group to outdo the other to Fargo Lake Boule Aru iou it a the scrap for Fargo. N. D., where she Quot Lillif so White paint sit during the next ten Days Asj ugh p a 1 Roo with the huge the guest of her sister mrs. L. Letters. A juniors 28. on seven r it the t. ,.pf a a a it was and in tonight the s morning where lie Nioras May cover u w thru will be Quot treated and perhaps later the Johnson laundry was the Hospital this operated on. He rather suddenly. Taken ill mors in. Ri.n4 no. Or maeral. On. Nevi Down from cities Ben filed Man. Of the Broadway and Rovoll theatres came Down from mope especially i about today on a tour of inspect improved daughter of or and mrs. Hanson a 1024 Fountain Street who anniversary Celebration of the Gem an a up cd la the larger City stores has been very ill with pneumonia a company. The Patty was get to a do Etoi s Green fad hits Albert Lead we never Are so extremely of behind times in our City and the new fads reach Here pretty soon after they strike any place the latest one a a roller has arrived. Last evening after dark a i Pihun Hon. He says the Jefferson High was Between Geneva and Albert Lea outside of the mud. Jumps and slush holes is pretty fair. Postal inspectors solve mysterious mail order fraud is reported to be somewhat improved. Miss Talleck a Minneapolis nurse is taking care of her. A big night Friday april 29 is to be a big night in Hollandale. The Maple Island club women will stage a Home Talent play. Entitled it. Brett company staged last evening. Big time at Northwood next. Sunday there is to be a big celebre. Hon staged in Northwood. Iowa. H. C Finch of Northwood came up today and was very enthusiastic about what is going to take place Holland. Boo lib our Peol be into be Good music Ana. The 50th anniversary of the stunts fencer quilt will be founding of the Baptist Church in of it evening a crazy Ami Flod it the methods s of Given away. I he ent i # the northw0od Are going to join in the of the p a Willms Maple Celebration. There a to be All Day buying of a piano at i services with a big Windup meeting Island school. _ 8 of Clook a. Albert Lea people Are Penally invited to Attell he play Anil get Aqua tiled Villi the Hollandale people. The anted and acre area of the play have put in a lot of hard work. Full by us prised at the ability some of them i have acquired. R business locals and announcements in the evening. Ministers from All Over Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota have been invited by the baptists of Northwood to help Cele brate the event. One of the oldest Amos Gul Brand son of the jewel hardware company has just recently come into Possession of a very old ten Moi Lar Bill which he will always consider of More value than that have been carrying out As the la est advertising scheme. Rebuild Creamery the a w Eek has been a very Busy one for Clarks Grove for they have All turned out to help clean up the debris from the Creamery which was totally destroyed by fire about a w Eek ago. Every one co operated whole heatedly including Farmers merchants and towns people. I hey helped clean the Brick for the new Creamery. Those who bossed the work say that Many dollars were saved by their assistance. Had pan workmen done the Job it would have Cost in the neighbourhood of one thousand dollars. The the week Farmers will be Able to take their Cream to the store House just South of the Creamery the work will be started immediately. A lecturer of. Silver a nation ally known foot specialist with the ground Gripper company o of will be in Albert Lea i burs end. Room ton Sizer it 1 Friday and saturday of this amount. Thl. Bill. I a used sept. The weather fair tonight not so cold West portion. Thursday increasing cloudiness and warmer probably showers North portion yesterday 80 last night 4. This noon 68. While housecleaning try Whit. Wet Wash laundry. Phone 158. Hos. Aux. Rummage Sale Fri. And sat apr 29 and 30 members and others please bring donation to Halverson bldg. Thur., . S. 3a Hance at Ansi in armory. Wed. April 27th Omaha broadcasting Arist. Dont Nils. This. Minn. Seed Corn Speltz . Y it or Home Talent Playl and Baske social by dint. 33 at . Hall at Oakland sat. Eve apr. 30 ladies please bring bask a Hun Jensen teacher. 1886, by the first National Bank of Albert Lea. Is signed by beggar Gulbrandson father of or. Gul Brandson who just passed away. It was countersigned by Ben h. Clement another Well known pm zen. Who passed away a number of years ago at his Home in i w in lakes. This Bill although of an old Issue is in a very Good state of preservation. Amos was Able to get it from mrs. Hoverson of Glenville. Another Bill which or. Jui Brandson is very anxious to get is one which is signed by his Uncle Gilbert Gulbrandson former presi Dent of the first National and countersigned by his father. Chamberlain week at the Skinner or. Silver will pre before local amp co. Store. Sent several lectures organizations and will present one lecture thursday night Skinner Chamberlain amp co. Ihor to which the Public is invited. Or Stover is one of two men touring the country under the auspices o the ground Gripper company and contrary to the usual run is a lecturer primarily and not a Salesman or. Silver has made an extensive study of the feet and foe aliments and has presented his before Many groups in business organizations any. Schools universities and clubs. His a ny-1 schools to everyone on fourth avenues if you have by yet visited the better Homes it ministration House you should not neglect your Opportunity As a gds Little Home is full or modern ideas and is just the kind of a place that a Man of moderate Means could bundle nicely. There is a Nice sized Well lighted living room a Kitchen that is extremely inviting to the housewife Bright and sunny and clean with a Large built in cup Board and a breakfast Nook at one two bedrooms and a Bat it a Hall with a Large coat closet Complete the downstairs. While upstairs there is room lox two or three other rooms to be finished later. There is a floor to this part. And the heat has been arranged to connect any thine i lie Woodwork downstairs is Ivory Ai mahogany. In the basement is a Good sized garage a Furnace room. Coal bin and laundry. Some attic Tive furniture to a a Aih room a it radio a washing machine and an electric refrigerator show what cozy Little Home could in of you drive out you will Aud a Corner rep Young men his noon some High school toys Quot 1 doing their this fad stared at Princeton University when authorities made a Rule that St ii Den s cannot have their Antonio Biles at school with them. One Bright fellow got an air plane to do his travelling in and that was based also so roller skating was started. University of Minnesota coeds Are practising this exercise also and no our own students ate doing it. Funeral thursday funeral Are vices Over the late mis. Sol in Nelson who passed away yesterday morning will be conducted Thuis afternoon at 1 30 from the Street and m. A. Minnow Tobl. Al in i a. I Willith. Arrest Tat. Yesterday All of the to Lewis Bonners is Bostal inspectors Bel let a Hail solved the Quot is set Iloilo. Sarg had been duped Hgt housekeeper answering ments for help. Bonners was Sai l by thermos to by the in in mho plot to defraud the Zariels. Said to have admitted writing in for funeral business places of Hartland were dosed in order that All who wished could come to Albert Lea attend the funerals a of Oscar Clementson. In a. T Calls every one made the trip. Included were or. And mrs. J. A halters. Rev. From f Northern Minnesota maker of the Salem Luther a pliant advertise Quot Viera i is a a a a visit in the. Northern no Nan it the in Quot. 1>> i to rav. R. Ilo Erh drink try min Nepo i of Tarrier he went As far North As responded with Mon it is Grygla in Marshall county investigate conditions there View of establishing lutheran Church at Grygla school the v cry Day Home 907 James ,. From the Calvary Baptist Rev. I. Fredmund will of interment will be made in cemetery. Mrs. Nel was Yohaune to in missions for the United he conducted sunday classes at one of few organized schools., Rev. Baker says that the roads were very Good in that Section and the weather was real warm. Were further por tation Tho in Mulc pontus Lnu lib Loi Bonners and his Alleg d George Fritz will he Ai mesday on charges of malls to defraud. Said. Partner a ral Ned wed using the Start advertising it brings results. In the till use. Of clock Church Belate. G rec Eland son s Maiden name she was born it i Roj Christine drowning Lump Sogn. John my july 16 is67. If she had vol to h next birthday she would have been made of so years old. She married Boron lectures eluding one having such a Bill will great y course. Doubly so to those accommodate him if they will be,1h Bave trouble with their feet. It to him. Such a House. Fountain St., West Glen on the third Avenue pointing toward fourth Avenue calling attention to the. Homes House. Turn left on fourth Avenue Aud immediately the lit House bursts into View surrounded is a group of Fine evergreens which the Nursery Bas set out for better Kernel. Week. The hostesses Are very Cordia All callers showing them around Aud answering questions. When goodbye Are said some Fine frigid Aire Bridge score pads and m hide shopping bags Are handed out As souvenirs. The former were furnished through i he entre electric and the latter through the Atchison lumber co. Nelson in Denmark Oft. 18, i a the old couple celebrated i hell couple. Golden wedding anniversary a ii he better than two year a 1875 they immigrated to lids of try and settled in this Community whore they have been living a e since. Surviving mrs. Nelson be sides her husband Are four Cid mrs. William hag a mrs. P. C dim Bur Lle Tel Langton Iowa sen who lives in Oregon. Mig Ben Nelson whose Home is in Montana and Arthur his City. Having lived in this Community for a few Yea a Bot ii or and mis. Nelson became men Berd the danish Baptist Church now he Calvary Church of a his Carthage College male glee club Carthage Illinois at Salem English lutheran Church thursday april 28th. 8 p. M. Tickets 50c now the Church they have Ever since. But a members. A noun Cement men to it. Nace out of the Hook of Ever Fyhn seeks Comfort in summer by Fifer Muil find the wearing group Vul com showing and How their no ?�5= ground Gripper Toses Sass i Foll Alliev Are or interest w no of the. 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