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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - April 30, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Page four american Gas machine is. Gives Check to Reo Cross for $500 for flood victims Freeborn co. Federation women a clubs Mittee where it will be used in Tho first Aid work. Surely the Heads of the american Gas machine co. Should be commended for this generous act. They pave the Money because they knew that the great work of Rescue red Cross realizing the immediate need of Money among sufferers in the Southern states Heads of local concern acted promptly. I being performed by the red Cross i of w. _ needed every Dollar re a it met. Ii. A. Barck chairman of the Spring meeting held in Albert Lea on thursday april 28 at business menus rooms. Freeborn county red Cross is smiles today. This morning he received a Check from the american cos a Chine co. Of this City for $500 to be gent at once to the Central red Cross Committer to be us Ltd for the flood sufferers in the flood districts along the lower Mississippi River. It will be remembered that the red Cross Central committee sent out a nation wide Appeal for funds to be used to Aid those who have been made homeless by the most disastrous flood Ever taking place along the Mississippi River. At that time or. Barck received a Telegram informing him that the Freeborn county red Cross was called upon to raise $250. Two Days after the $250 quota had been fixed for Albert Lea another Telegram came to or. Barck raising the quota to $500. This increase was made when it was found Hie flood was More disastrous than first anticipated. This afternoons associated press Dis Pat elms to the Tribune shows that the floods Are growing worse. The Mississippi Lias risen Over a foot since last night and now threatens to overflow thousands of acres of heavily populated districts. President Calvin Coolidge Bas issued another Appeal for More funds. Ile urges that All Send in their contributions at once As immediate funds Are needed to carry on the work of Rescue and in providing Homes food and shelter. Or. Barck flays that he expects another Telegram from Central red Cross Headquarters at any hour raising the quota from $500 to $750. Because of the serious condition Iii the South or. Barck urges All to Send in their contributions to any Bank in the City. The $500 Check from the american Gas Mac him it o. Together with the amount already received from various individuals will be sent at once to tile red Cross Central corp the Lack of funds at this time to on the Rescue work Means a nil i carry greater loss of lives and property bulletins the following Are late red Cross bulletins sent out the emergency situation in the flooded area still continues with great pressure on red Cross Headquarters at Memphis. Belzoni Mississippi preparing today to evacuate 600 residents to Vicksburg or Yazoo City Mississippi As water continues to Rise. Hundreds of Small boats Are being utilized today to Rescue people in outlying districts. Memphis Headquarters is dispatching a Barge from Vicksburg to collect refugees fro i Belzoni and \ i Init v. Eleven thousand 11,000 head of cattle Are crowded on the levee at Greenville Mississippi. Message received from Memphis Headquarters last night from chairman led Cross chapter Natchitoches Parish Louisiana states that Parish from Powhatan to Colfax is under water with several thousand homeless. Four babies born yesterday at red Fork Landing with one red Cross nurse in attendance. Report of numerous child births among refugees on levees and other High Points. Every possible Effort made to care for mothers and infants. Or. A. It. Redden medical assistant to the vice chairman of the red Cross declares this disaster presents the gravest health problem this country has Ever had to face in peace times and concerted Effort of All agencies will by required to avoid dire results. Although the red Cross is hourly advised of the developing conditions throughout the area it is still extremely difficult to estimate the extent of the Relief problem that Lutish i handled during the next three weeks. By mrs. W. H. Walker the free born county federation omens clubs of the first diarist in Albert Lea for their Spring meeting thursday april 28, at the business menus league rooms. The meeting was called to order by the county president mrs. S. L. Hanson who welcomed the visiting club women and introduced the guest of Honor mrs. Sam rash of Blooming Prairie the District president who responded graciously saying she had travelled Over the bad roads to meet the Freeborn county club members and was Happy to be with them on this occasion. The first number on the program was Given by mrs. Ross who Sang two selections a a homing and a yesterday a which were very much appreciated. Roll Call by clubs resulted As follows Alden tuesday of study flub membership 13 Geneva study club membership 13. This club is just two years old and very Active Emmons civic improvement club 30 members class Albert Lea 35 members Beethoven club. 30 members Albert Lam study club 28 members and the tuesday literary club 30 members. Reports of Secretary and treasurer were read and accepted. The latter reported $9.90 in the treas Ury. The following chairmen of the District reported pm a music a miss Bliss a Home Extension service mrs. A. W. Johnson Quot Home mrs. Storaasli. Their reports showed thorough league work done by them with Good results. Mrs. Sam Rask gave a very inspiring talk to the club women of the work already accomplished Ami to be done in the future. It was her wish that Albert Lea clubs be hostess to the first District fed edition meeting May 1928, and that an invitation be extended to that effect at the Waseca meeting May 5 and 6. It was voted to comply with the District presidents wishes. The meeting was of unusual interest and the club women not attending missed hearing three Fine reports and the excellent address Given by mrs. Rask. The following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing Yeai 1927-1928 county president mrs. Ii. Mat Bison county vice president mrs. J f. Greeley Alden county Secretary mrs. Eno Hendrickson county treasurer mrs. Luther Johnson Geneva. There being no further business to transact the county meeting adjourned until october 1927. The ladies lingered a Short time to enjoy the social hour and Light refreshments served. Travel editor Frances c. Walton. Telephone 722 was the base of France Willard a statue mrs. O. M. Emstad was me hostess to members of her Mission Circle at her Home on North Pearl Street yesterday afternoon. Following the business session an enjoyable social hour followed. 4 a the woman a Christian Temperance Union held an interesting meeting at the rest room Friday afternoon. The topic a social morality was presented in several ways. Mrs. H. C. Hanson in the devotionals read words of Jesus on purity. Several articles were read on various phases of the subject a the Best Way to help Young people some evil effects of the movies on children and the danger and prevalence of venereal diseases. Two members who recently returned from extensive trips told some of their experiences. Mrs. H. J. Pet ran described prison conditions in the South and in Washington Laid a Floral tribute at the in the Capitol. Mrs. H. W. Jensen gave a most interesting account of a privilege she enjoyed in Oklahoma of hearing pussyfoot Johnson the famous prohibition orator. At a great mass meeting in which the governor of the state also spoke or. Johnson told of his travels and work in far countries in the interest of total abstinence and prohibitory. He found encouragement for this cause not Only in european countries but a surprising enthusiasm in a Egypt and India. A the United states a he said a is not a laughing Stock for the prohibition amendment but is the Hope of the a your country is not a grabber will not go Back but the 18th amendment will stay As Long As the Flag the National t u. Convention meets in Minneapolis next August. Huge sum goes to employees of american Gas machine co. Church s first Church of Christ scientist. Corner Adams Avenue and West Clark Street. Services 10 45 a. In. Subject Quot everlasting All Are Welcome. Punish salvation army services on sunday-11 of a. In. 12 to school. 8 00 p. service. Services through the week on tuesday thursday and saturday . M. Craig. Officer in charge Christ Church episcopal 8 00--holy communion. 9 45�?Church school. La ooh holy communion. 2 00�?vestry meeting. F. E. Drake Rector. Start advertising in the Tribune. It brings results. We Are buying a limited amount of Timothy seed must lie Bright new crop seed submit Sample Albert Lea seed House full gospel Mission 119 w. College St. Sunday school at 1 30 . Preaching service sunday 2 30 . And 8 00 . Wednesday and i Friday 8 00 . Everybody Wel i i come. If. C. I. Aud Ahl pastor. Synod lutheran Church sunday May 1st�? 11 00 in norwegian and holy communion. 8 00 .�?services in English. Sunday school following the morning service. A the lord Beeth not As Man seeth for Man look eth on the outward appearance but the look eth on the Sam. 16 7 cordially Welcome to our services. C. J Quill pastor. Twenty thousand dollars is being handed company Elm ploy yes today amount goes to five Hundred people. The guide to eyes of youth is to have them examined every year assuring your. Self that you Are receiving the maximum Benefit from your glasses. Walter b. Lyon o. D your optometrist third floor Home invest. Bldg. Citation on final account. State of Minnesota county of Freeborn. In probate court. Estate of Alwilda Frost decedent. The state of Minnesota to All persons interested in the final account and distribution of said estate the representative of said decedent has filed herein his final account with his petition praying for the adjustment and allowance thereof and for distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled. You Are hereby cited to show cause if any you have before this court at the probate court rooms in the court House in Albert Lea Minnesota on May 23, 1927, at ten of clock . Why said petition should not be granted. Dated april 30, 1927. Court Seal a. W. Johnson judge. Elmer r. Peterson attorney. 102 of Trinity lutheran Church sunday school at to o clock. Danish service at la of clock. Evening service at 8 of clock English. Having just returned i rom Oaks okla., where our Church has a Mission among the Cherokee indians the subject for discussion will be in connection the text i have other sheep that i must bring into the fold a be a your Indian an offering will be Given our Japan and Indian Mission. He w. Rondo pastor. First Baptist Church 9 45 .�?Bible school. James Debuhr supt. Lesson a a Peter a denial and repentance. Mark 14. 11 00 .�?morning worship. This is a family sunday in the Northern Baptist Community. How Many too families can we have in attendance Anthem a love Sermon a the Christian 6 30 . A . Topic a a Christ a secret of Leader Gladys Anderson. 7 30 .�?evening service. The music will consist of a repetition of several numbers from the easter cantata. Sermon a some things Jesus could not a Hearty Welcome for every one Arthur Hoag pastor. Today checks were handed out and mailed to the employees of the american Gas machine company to the huge amount of $20,-000. This amount is what is known As a Bonus and is being distributed to 500 members of the for a number of years the local company has Given out a sum of Money As a Bonus. It has never reached this Large amount before. The company s fiscal year ends today so it is on this Date that the additional checks go to the employees. With each Check a note is attached. It states that the company is closing their fiscal year and that because they have had a successful amount of business the management wishes to show their appreciation by giving them additional compensation for their Faith Ful services. The checks Are sent to every member of the Force in eluding the new York and san Francisco offices. The amounts of the checks Are based entirely upon the seniority which the employees have with the company. Those working fifteen years get a certain percent for every month those ten years another and so on. All people employed get something even those who have worked just a month Are remembered. Or. Jensen stated that the $20,-000 is distributed among just exactly 500 people. The Force has at times been larger but at present has fallen to just 500. Some of this number will receive checks for As High As $1,000 As their Bonus. This practice is indeed a commendable one on the part of the local people. It is not their original idea but one followed by a number of Large companies. It is a Nice custom which their employees have appreciated deeply in the years in which it has been in practice. It is voluntary with the employers. Market Ness notice to contractors on the twelfth Day of May 1927, at 2 of clock ., at the Council chamber the Village Council of Alden Minn., will receive sealed bids for the erection of a music Pavilion to be erected in the Village. Said Pavilion to be erected according to plans and specifications which May be seen at the office of the presi Dent of Council c. H. Willson Alden Minn. Bids May be mailed to the Vii Lage recorder. All bids to be accompanied by a certified Check of $100 payable to the Village of Alden. The Village Council reserves the right to reject any and All bids. Dated at Alden Minn., May 1st. C. H. Willson pres. Of Council. H. Scott a recorder. Adv. 102 2w better Homes movies tomorrow afternoon new York butter and eggs new York april 30.�? apr butter Market steady. Creamery Hig i or than extras .454 1� 46. Eggs steady. Offer big prize for Safe Airship new York april 30�? apr still another Large prize for air plane performance has been offered in a a Safe aircraft Competition in District contrast to the prizes offered for feats of daring such As flying to Paris. Cars Oil Chicago potato Market Chicago april 30.�? apr potato Market new Stock 29 Stock 59 stronger. Wisconsin sacked iou Whites $2.85 to $3,00. Cars Market slight a i to pay his salary a minister of Spartanburg South Carolina has secured a court order to sell the Church building in order Brethren Minneapolis potato and Hay Market Minneapolis april 30.�?potato j Market Strong sacked Hundred j weights round Whites u. S. No. I j $2.50 to $2.65. Rivoli sunday monday Minneapolis Cash Grain receipts 111 cars compared with 225 a year ago. No. Wheat no. I 1.34% to 1.36% yellow Corn no. 3 .76 to .77 White Oats no. 3 .44% to .45% Barley .78 to .81 Rye no. 21.02% to 1.06% flax no. X2.17 to 2.27 Buick Power is proved on the 2,4 hour Hill Buick knows that the famous Buick valve in head engine produces More Power for its size than any other automobile engine on Earth. Buick has proved this fact decisively at the great proving ground of general motors on the ff24-hour Hill a a mechanical device which faithfully duplicates the pull of any Hill for any number of Miles. Test not guess is the basis for Buick design. Buick Success is founded on this constant search for the new and better things on this accurate beforehand knowledge of result motor inn co. It Mih but ter automobiles Arp built Buick will Buu d Rilby Calvary Baptist Church a the Church that cares College and Euclid Street 9 45 a. In Bible school with classes for All. A. E. Alison supt. 10 45 a. In worship in Ian. Sermon by Rev. Aug Holm. 7 00 p. In notice change intermediate and senior in v. P. I meetings. 8 00 p. Be notice change services in English. Rev. Bro Hiliu Speaks. Worship with us i. For Edmund minister. I inn Bro methodist Church 9 45 . Sunday school. 11 00 topic a the three Steps to the believers Par the biblical foundation upon which anyone May stand As he prepares for Entrance into the believers Paradise will be Central in the thought of the morning Are Mon. 6 45 league topic a loyalty to my Church Why and How a Leader Vernon Farson. Every member of the up i Worth league should lie present sunday evening to participate in the launching of Hie most noteworthy project proposed in recent i months. A. 7 50 . Evening service wih address by or. F. H. Butler of Chicago whose address will have to do i with the religious problem associate Ell with the migration of must studs of Colon d people from Dixieland to the Northern states. E. C. Horn pastor. Local a movie operator a or. Beanies of the interstate Power wants a Good crowd at the demonstration Home at half past two Albert leads better Home Campaign is to be commemorated in films. Do you want to have your picture taken for better Homes movie. If so be at the demonstration Home on fourth Avenue West tomorrow afternoon at half past two and you May be in a film. Chairman mrs. Meighen informs us that or. Beanies of the interstate Power company has volunteered to take a Hundred feet or a Ore of moving pictures of the demonstration House and the crowd if the weather permits. The bigger crowd the More advertising for Albert Lea and its better Home Campaign. So do not forget to go even if you have visited the House before. We might make it look like the county fair if we tried. This Little House has attracted wide attention this past week and doubtless has Given Many people ideas upon better Homes. Our business dealers have contributed to the interest by furnishing the committee with souvenirs with which the visitors have been presented. Do not fail to go tomorrow afternoon the last time the House will be open and the time when you can get into the movies. Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Lea packing company. This Market is changed at 2 of clock each Day and is the 2 of clock Market report prime hogs 160-250 lbs 9.60 prims hogs 250-300 lbs 9.25 prime hogs 300-350 lbs 8.9o prime hogs 350 lbs. And up 8.65 Good packers under 400 lbs. 8.00 to 8.25 Choice calves 120-190 lbs. 8.00 pigs under 170 lbs., packers Over 400 lbs., rough pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. I Claire win Oso William Hai first lutheran Church divine services at 11 00 . Subject a the Home this will finish off a belter Homes the senior choir will be in the loft. Mrs. L. J. Emmons and mrs. Cd k. Berntson will sing Gou nodes a forever with the services and holy communion at 930 . In the norwegian Maegle club concert very Good thurs. Presbyterian Church sunday school 9 45 . Elmer Peterson. Supt. Mens Bible class 10 00 am. Riley Thomson Leader. Morning worship 11 00 . A what shall i do with my life a the pastor. Miss Mildred Johnston Solo by Walter Peterson was exp coding we Ell done and Dvorak a a going Home in which an accompaniment was played by two Vio Lins clarinet and piano. The piano solos by the director prof. Elmer j Hanke revealed a High order of technique As Well As interpretation. I tim concert came to a fitting close i in a special number consisting of la Medley of familiar songs ending with lie Carthage school song. One of the men gave a Short talk 9.00 to $10 00 j 7.00 cutters i by or eders $6.75 to by South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul april 30.�? apr cattle receipts 160 compared with a week ago fed steers yearlings. And cutters steady fat she Stock and bulls 15 to 25 cents lower better Grade of fat cows and bulls showing most decline stockers and feeders Strong bulk fed steers and yearlings $9.00 to $10 00 fat cows $5.75 to $ $4.50 to $5.50 bulk feed $8.00 Stock cows and heifers $5 of a to $6.00. Calf receipts 150 for the week dealers $1.50 higher most dealers $10.00. Hog receipts 1,200 j steady bulk Butcher and Bacon hogs to packers $9.75 to $10.25 sows and pigs in Light Supply steady average Cost $9.96. Sheep receipts 600 Market compared wit i i a week ago lambs around 25 to 50 cents higher sheep 25 to 50 cents or More lower top clipped lambs $15.00 top wooled lambs $15.75 top clipped ewes $7.50. One minute a admired wealthy engaged to wed. The next penniless alone starting on a 3,000-mile train trip into ail unknown world. That a the situation Claire Windsor faces in this absorbing Pic to urination of Rache Crothers stage hit. A 1 True human Story. Jan-1 will sing a How Lovely Are thy Guage sunday school at 9 50 in the Christian Endeavor Quot what \ of Chuich and at 9 30 Al the Academy cations Are Worth line. Leader and North Side branches. Luther league services at 7 30 . There will be a discussion of the subject a Why i am a j. C. K. Preus a tor. Salem English eve. Lutheran United lutheran Church May 1st school 9 45 Mark it. 3 i i. The pastors class will again meet. Worship at la Ani. And 7 30 . For you to stay Sermon subjects a Hoilier sheep and a Christ the the girls Dorothy Sullivan. Evening worship Sermon by the pastor. Mrs. Patterson and miss Klime will sing a How Sweet the name of Jesus Church going is a Means of Grace Aud divinely appointed la is helpful and restful. A Fine investment of it our time. It develops the Best Powers of the Man. But How easily neglected. Absence from tomorrows services will make it easy away the next week. The slightest irregularity in attendance will work serious havoc Carthage College group gave program at local Church conceiving the College mentioning comment very favourable. The Carthage College male glee club concert Given thursday eve Wing at the Samel English Luther an Church has received much favourable comment. Although the club had travelled across the stat. Of Wisconsin the Day before encountering bad roads and As a re among other things the fact that the son of Abraham Lincoln was at one time a student of the College. Also that Carthage was the first lutheran College in the United states to receive the rank of a a class a school by tile american association of colleges and universities. The tour this season has been a Minnesota state experimental Creamery state Creamery Dutter Price t a 5 la. Jars 51c at All stores Flayer picture suit had not slept at ail for 48 j great Success. At Rockford 111., hours they Sang with spirit and the club Sang to 1,600 people and evident enjoyment of their work. To Large audiences in Milwaukee the program was notably Well bal and Chicago. Those who heard the Meed. The feature numbers by the concert Here Are hoping that Albert chorus were Walter Damrosch a Lea will again be placed on the a Danny do every in which the Bass i clubs itinerary next year. Office phone 3io-j-1 re. Phone 310-j-2 then we rear ii choir sings at la the adult choir at with a Good habit the evening service. J for an excuse. We shall find a those having no other Church i plenty except Good ones. Most sex connection in tile City arc invited ruses Analysed mean simply to make this their Church Home. Visitors Aud strangers in the City always Welcome. Good music at All w ill want to go. Try the remedy the services a dignified order of begin tomorrow. Worship a gospel Sermon a Fine you Are cordially Welcome spirit of Christian Fellowship. Come any or All of our sen ices. Milton a Haker fas tor. 1 n. In Batterson in Aston. A i 1 done to wish if you will attend Church regularly one Quarter you at Vaughn a parcel delivery we haul ashes garbage and a Kindi of Light hauling 126 w. Main Street Albert Lea Minn. Successor to Carl Dahl ice ice ice we Are still in the ice business yours for clean dependable service and Strong weight As in the past. Albert Lea ice co. Phone 334

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