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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 2, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Monday May 2, 127 a Quot today Hun a dress of people in Albert Lea Are deeply saddened Over the untimely death of l. My one the Albert i a Tommy this morning. Quot and there is reason to be sorry because he has gone for the City and Community loses one of its finest men stricken Down sunday afternoon at his Home in Shoreland Heights without the slightest warning Aud in the prime of his life. Or. Mcculloch is an Albert Lea boy one who has made a Success in the world for himself. No one could come in Contact with this Man without feeling better for it. One prominent Man stopped me on the Street today and said a Tommy ,1 would give almost anything if i could have the sunny disposition or. Mcculloch has always had since i have known him. He greeted me with a smile and a How do do every time i met All who knew or. Mcculloch can Tell the very same Story. He was always concerned about the welfare of others. Kind and sympathetic to everyone especially to his wife and son Wallace. In fact his family was uppermost in his mind every hour of the Day. Surely mrs. Mcculloch and Wallace have much to console themselves about in this hour of their deepest sorrow. He was a kind husband and a wonderful father. Everyone who knew him says so and i am sure All truly mourn with the family their great loss and Albert leads loss. Casino wednesday. Dixieland i amp 1031r mothers Day greeting cards at Behrend drug store. 103-3r buy that Sealy tuft less mattress at the Palace during Sealy week apr. 25 to May 2. 98-6r spent sunday a. Waterman of the Sample shoe store went to the twin cities yesterday where he spent the Day with relatives. Rummage Sale Halvorson s store e. Clark St. Next Fri. . Aux. 103-4r buy that Sealy tuft less mattress at the Palace during Sealy week apr. 25 to May 2. 98-6r of scar Villa miss Theo. Larson of Scarville la., was in the City saturday attending to business matters and doing some shopping. On businesses. P. Madsen of. 609 Bridge Street motored to St. To Minneapolis to. P. Thompson Pauj it hug m0rnjng to spend a few of Bridge Street left this morning Day attending to business matters for Minneapolis where he will take j a series of medical treatments. For weekend or. And mrs. E. Carlson of Park Avenue returned was guest j. Clarence Jenson Bome jag evening from Minne student of St. Olaf College was a Agolig where they had motored to week end guest at the Home of a. The j weekend. T. Hatteberg on West Clark St. To St. Paul mrs. Frank Reese jr., of water Street motored to St. Paul on saturday and will enjoy several Days As the guest of her parents. J Here saturday Fred c. G. Gay to banquet de. Campion for m who lives on a farm near James Tuberty or. And sr., and Art Jenville was in the City on Satur Speltz motored to Blue Earth yes Day attending to some business ter Day afternoon to attend a k. Of matters and calling on friends. C. Initiation and banquet. J to spend sunday miss Phillis Berglund and Harold Henderson spent the weekend with the former s sister mrs. Lawrence Avne of Alden. The weather unsettled with probably rain North portion tonight and tuesday and Southeast portion tonight colder tonight and South portion tuesday. Yesterday 72 last night 55 this noon 76. Visiting Here miss wan Gen arrived in this City from Baltimore md., for an indefinite stay stay at the Home of her sister mrs. Hans Hanson on James Street and with other relatives. Died saturday miss Christine Strandskov of Alden passed away at her Home saturday evening at eleven of clock. The funeral is to take place tomorrow afternoon. The evening Tribune i after visit mrs William Sexter. A a of Rochester returned to her Home Day in Welcome or. And or j ter Day after a ten Days visit Arthur Groth of Iwicke drive with her Paren 8 or and mrs. A. Her two Brothers Chester and j Gardner their Home on South buy that Sealy tuft less mattress at the Palace during Sealy week. Apr. 25 to May 2. 98 6r to Bode . E o. Vollum motored to Bode la., yesterday to spend the Day with old friends. From austins or. And mrs. Earl Peterson and family of Austin motored Over yesterday and spent the Day at the Homes of their parents. From St. Paul mrs. C. B. Davison of St. Paul is in the City visiting with her father r. G. Ransom 0 North Washington Street. She arrived saturday evening. 1 to South Bend mrs. James Peacock of North Washington Street left saturday for South Bend ind. Where she will enjoy a ten Days i it with her Niece miss Julia Van Wert. At Byron prof. And mrs. B. H. Narveson and baby daughter of third Street spent the week end at Byron Minn., where they were the guests of her parents or. And mrs. D. B. Brekke. Paid finest saturday afternoon Frank Marsh and Clare Washburn both paid their fines of fifteen dollars and costs which they were obliged to pay on charges of drunkenness after their arrest on Friday evening. They had their hearings saturday morning and were Given until two of clock saturday afternoon to raise the Money. Kenneth Marsh who was arrested at the same time and charged with driving a car while drunk waived examination in Justice Hanson s court and was bound Over to District court. He furnished a surety Bond for his release. And Henry Schwartz motored to Welcome yesterday to spend the Day with parents of the latter three. With Mother Harold Ayers of Minneapolis spent the weekend in the City As a guest at the Home of his Mother mrs. A w. Ayers and also attended to some business matters. Slightly better Julius Peterson who is in a serious condition at his Home on South Broadway is reported to be feeling slightly better today. He had a Good night last night and the rest seemed to brighten him considerably. Returned today or. And or. D. E. Harris of Rowan la., who have been visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Frank Reese on fourth Street since Friday return cd to their Home today. Mrs. Harris is a sister of or. Reese. Confined to bed Andrew Nelson of 935 South Madison Street was taken ill saturday and is now confined to his bed. After his work he called at the office of his physician who took him Home and ordered him to bed. His friends Hope for a speedy recovery. Located or. And mrs. William Braaten Are now nicely located in their new Home in Shoreland Heights. Last week or. Braaten purchased the dutch colonial Home just Northwest of the or. Mcculloch Home. The pretty modern Home was built by mrs. J. F. D. Meighen. It was sold through the Payne investment co. Still in bed of p. Fossum of Manchester who has been in bed for the past four months suffering from rheumatism and blood pressure in one of his feet is reported to be somewhat relieved from pains at this time. Or. Fossum is still very optimistic. He says he is going to get Well and get out to see his Friend again in a very Short time. Compete for prize a Creamery operators in Minnesota will compete with each other starting last sunday for various prizes to be awarded by the Minnesota land o lakes creameries association. The contests will be based upon butter made Between May i and Jan. I 1928. In the workmanship contest the awards will be made in accordance with the results of test made in the association laboratories for moisture fat Salt yeast and Mold. Broadway. For sunday the misses Lydia and Alta Jenson of Alden came to Albert Lea yesterday to spend the Day As guests of miss Hanson of the Spicer apartments Aud their sister miss Marie Jenson of Grove Avenue. La improving George Bozelll of Myrtle who underwent an operation at the Naeve Hospital is Mak Casino wednesday. Dixieland. A ii it 1081r buy that Sealy tuft less mattress at the Palace during Sealy week apr. 25 to May 2. 98-6f at Manchester a mrs. Owen up Eilum n of it. Dodge la., spent the weekend with relatives at Manchester Minn., returning Home today. Machine shop a. Ii. Gorgen of this City has opened up a general machine shop in the building just North of the motor inn co. On Washington Street. Look for his advertisements in the Tribune. To see Mother or. And mrs. B m. Wacholtz with l. K. Converse and daughter Maxine motored to Rochester yesterday to visit with or. Conyers Mother who is confined at the St. Mary s Hospital. Sounds like warm weather one of the hardware stores mentioned the fact that they sold three Lawn mowers and three ice boxes on saturday. Not bad business and sounds As if some one is preparing for warm weather. Begin Early already a number of tourists have started to travel the highways. This morning cars from Alberta can Florida and Denver were noticed on the Jefferson Highway. All of them were apparently enjoying an Outing from the amount of baggage which they were carrying. Surprised Parent a or. And mrs Theodore Nelson and family of Minneapolis motored Down the Al Bert la it a yesterday to spend the Day with mrs. Nelsons parents. Or. And mrs. Edward Tellet of Park Avenue. They enjoyed the Day and returned Home Early this morning. Into new Home or. And mrs Ole Sorenson who purchased the Home on Bridge Street in which or. And mrs. Of Jensen have been by if Lea. My Nib. A Page three nerf ing very satisfactory Progress. His parents and sister who came ing moved in saturday. Hie a it to be with him will leave tomorrow for their Home at Monticello. From Forest City or. And mrs. B. C. Conner and Little daughter with their Niece miss Irene Anderson and or. And mrs. Bick Conner of Forest City were All in the City saturday spending the Day with friends and doing shopping. Drunk again Lincoln Wang n was arrested by the police department on saturday night for the second time in a month on the charge of drunkenness. He put up a bail of Twenty dollars and As he failed to appear this morning the Money was forfeited. Theatres tonight Broadway Rivoli Harry Langdon comedy Quot Lucky stars tomorrow Lon Chaney in a emr. Wuy a Romance in a Pullman gave Cash Bond b. Michel of Mankato who was bound Over to District court last Friday on a charge of driving a car while drunk put up a Cash Bond of $500 and costs for his release until the hearing. The Money is now in the hands of clerk of court h. H Spencer. In new Hospital miss Hemelia Ackland of Minneapolis was a guest Over the weekend at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Andrew Ackland of summer Street. Miss Ackland who is a nurse has just entered Tho new Hospital at fort Snelling having been transferred from one of the other government hospitals. Died in Nebraska friends received a Telegram today stating that mrs. Fred Peterson Taler a former resident of this City had passed away in a Hospital at Lincoln neb. Mrs. Taler was the wife of Rev. Taler who at one time was pastor of the Trinity lutheran Church of this City. They left Here seven years ago. Further particular were not stated but hoi Many friends Here will undoubtedly be saddened to hear this news. Northwood May 2.�?the Worth county Board of supervisors together with a committee of Northwood citizens representing the commercial club will meet with the Cerro Gordo county Board and the lion s club at Mason City today to go Over the proposition As to the advisability of paving the Jefferson Highway in the counties concerned. This initial meeting is held because of the new Road Laws which seem to offer the Prospect of state support in financing paving in counties which vote Bonds for that purpose before july 4. Butterfat production a twice daily milked Grade Holstein of the w. R. Schafer Herd led Owatonna cow testing association in butterfat production with 65.5 pounds and 1,638 Pound of milk for the month of april according to the report just made by Clinton Rahm tester of the association a Grade Holstein of the Brady and Wutschke Herd led the thrice daily milked cows with 55.4 pounds of butterfat and 1,680 pounds of milk the c. J. Grass Herd was High in average Herd production with 1,140 pounds of milk and 39 Pound of butterfat per cow. Sens moved into the episcopal Church rectory on Grove Avenue where or. And mrs. Will Mayette have been living. For indefinite visit mrs. Win. Raa Rosaen and son Harlan of Minneapolis came Down last eve Ning to make an indefinite visit with her Mother. Mrs. H. E. Nelson at her Home on South Newton Street. For some time mrs. Nelson has been ill and although she is better she is still very poorly. Business is no a league a regu Ltd meeting or the business menus league will be held tomorrow eve Ning. May 3rd, state senator John o. Peterson will speak on the inside Workings of the state Legisla Ture. Representative m. J. Rohne and the senator will be the Honor guests of the evening. A Good at Tendance is requested. It will be Well Worth your time to attend this meeting. Tomorrow Adolphe men in a the Ace of cads Karpen furniture week a a a 0 Jas a what the Karpen trademark Means to of Kiln Fried hardwoods free cd do weled screwed and fillings Onk new material made clean dust free and sanitary by special Karpen process. F beat tempered steel wire by Han it 0,1 a foundation that w ill not Sag. Each Karpuc Vesque run i 0n� Spring spa rate a encased in Muslin to prevent spreading. A St 0ur d,.ou,proof 3 a a a years or it not damage by re a Quot guaranty. In ail a de cried us. To unreservedly guarantee the construction of Karpen furniture. Coverings cannot be guaranteed Gamst Wear and fading. Cover t in a rat,.� to Quality and use. All Karpen furniture is covered to on or and we earnestly recommend for on v to ,rrv1ce a a Ocono by. That utter coverings be specified. S. Karpen amp Bros Chicago Michigan City new York trios in i i _ % Means nothing until know it what it buys a will Poi Quot oui lha Kurten nameplate on la under Frame cd every Pitt. Your a it or in it it of Ai »Upr-4u�lity. Make no mistake our prices during this great furniture Selling week Are most unusually Low. But on every piece we Are offering there is a tag that is far More important to than the Price tag. It is reproduced above. Read it. Note How convincingly it proves that the Low prices of the True value that makes Karpen week your greatest buying Opportunity. Come. See our exhibits of upholstered groups chairs Windsor pieces Handwoven fiber suites Davenport Beds. The Coxwell chair shown suggests their Appeal. Mahogany outer frames. Watch for our announcement of values offered this week. Mark extraordinary Quality. Here is evidence be sure and see our exhibit on third floor special values for this week Only living room demonstration tomorrow by mrs. Dominick at 3 00 . Skinner Chamberlain amp co in sanitarium miss Elna Ander Bon formerly of this City but for Tho past several months residing with her brother in Minneapolis has just entered Glen i Ike sanitarium near Minneapolis for treat mint. Her health has not been the Best of late and her Many Albert la it a friends will Hope to hear of her rapid improvement under the proper care Given at this sanitarium. Her address is Oak Terrace Minn care Glen Lake sanitarium. In Hospital a. T. Helgeson of the Northside returned Home yesterday from Rochester Minn., where he had spent the past few Days with his wife who has entered \ the Kahler Hospital for a thorough examination. It will be necessary for her to remain for about a week to Complete the examination. It has been Many years since mrs Helgeson has been through the clinic and at that time the eat Nina into new Home or. Win. Braaten moved from water Street into their Beautiful new Foreland Heights borne on Satin Day. The Climax was reached yesterday afternoon in the attendance at Hon was not for the ailment from Little demonstration Home on which she has been suffering fourth Avenue West when 176 poo late. J pie were registered at the House. A a a a 4.,., outside. We f Behrend the sixty four dog a there Are just d a Wigt taking moving pie that Many dogs living in Albert j of the House and the Crow the body and that Wool w Ion be Lea. At least that is the number f m Eastman motion should be in the outer garments for tag. City i pure Kodak he took too feet Tho simple reason that the perspire r business locals and announcements St. Hilda Guild will be entertained tomorrow at Mueller Hall by mrs. Bert Skinner. 103 la attic shop Sale by episcopal Guild in Halvorson bldg on Clark Street Fri. And sat. May 13 and 14 102-2a Many people visited the litle Home number reached 1311�?wm. Behrend. Take. Moving picture o i House and crowd sunday afternoon. Held meeting Maple Leaf unit at London Minn., held session last thursday afternoon. The Maple Leaf unit of London Minn met at Tho Home of mrs Ida Foss on thursday afternoon. Apr. 28th with an attendance of seven members. This was the third of a series of j lessons made possible for in through the Courtesy of county i agent or. I a son and the a Teu i Aion division worker Mina ii id i in this lesson All tasted Fabre i for their purity and found to Iberi Surprise that a great Many fabrics 1 with a High Lustre Width appealed to be Good silk were far front being pure silk. Testing Woolen mate rial by Means of a Lye mixture was explained As was Hilo the differ ence in value of Long fibred and shot t fibred fabrics. Another Point in the lesson which was a great Surprise was the use of Cotton and Woolen clothing hat Cotton should be used next to Al i Cine mat a j a i h Oil of uis pit in old owl i of dogs wearing License tags. City a it Kodak a. Lle took too feet Tho simple reason that the Prosplr a pm clerk Dudley had issued that Many j fim through misunderstanding a Atlon will readily pass through Tot j Boro licenses up to noon today. Very Over to fall Triep boat. We said hater ton and give it a Chanco to out fourth i one of the seven million five Hun that or beanies of the inter j while in the Wool it remains tim alter dred and fifty nine thousand dogs is h ate Power co. Would take the tending to keep the s Kin Damp tit of i. Supposed to be wearing a tag right picture so that it was a Surprise it Lantiny. Now. Andrew Larson who a been of 8ome t0 fun 1 Bair Behrend on stain and their removal from appointed by the City a the official Job riling off the film. Different fabrics was another Point test. Dog Catcher. He says he is going j mrs severe chairman of hour. The lesson. A a to Gebin right away to Terne Rogart that i3il people when no had finished the lesson the dogs running around without a jolted the Home. She found or and filled ,.elr reports it Hearty Tagg j Anderson an extremely Good bet lunch prepared by the Good hostess ter Homes landlord he Tell us wan enjoyed. Kills self Many travelling sales raw to b that the House was one of the members contributed men through the Southern m Lune so cd aned East a morning and when it a Kong which follows tune coming thro the Rye l can a unit always meet and he so satisfied if Are a Little doubtful ask the m. L. U. Chorus Maple Leaf is our name Aud Happy Are we All we just can t give our lessons up a we want to get them All. Ii. Local writers win honors at h. S. Contest Quot Quot i Dorothy Lee Kermit Dock and Allen Jorgenson of local school place in Iowa City contest. Iowa City May 2 aft Minnesota High school pupils and in a it papers won Many places in the con test in or High school new paper writers sponsored by the National honorary society for High school journalists. More than 300 schools took part in the contest. Winners Iii Minne Bota include the Austin Sentinel of Austin Sentinel of Austin Minn won first in the innovation contest with the Southern of South High Minneapolis fourth. Kermit Dock Albert Lea fifth in sports stories contests. Dorothy j. Lee Albert Lea in feature Story contests. Jorge d son Albert idea fifth in advertising contest. A11tiurgenson Albert Lea third in amount of advertising con Reindeer in France Mage be. Haute Envoi a France a pair of Reindeer brought Herr two years ago have thrived am multiplied and More Are to be imported. Or wealth of new designs and the sort of sentiments that just seem to Quot hit the spot stand out prominently in our be array of Mother da9 greetings. We a ant to come in and see what can he obtained in Tho Way of a Gibson card for your Mother. will be pleasingly surprised with the new creations Luck Sanders drug store to District will to interested in this wag Cut old but a fire for the ladies dispatch received by the Tri a 0f which was much a restated. Bune Davenport april 30. A a Oiher thing that added to the patently mentally deranged follow pleasure of the afternoons Anil ing a nervous breakdown which be evenings was the radio. It wats suffered recently William r. Kane. J pm pm Tea Jay yesterday today manager of the hotel Black Hawk the fur i things Are being moved Here and prominent Iowa hotel Back t0 the several stores which Man ended his life today by slash moaned them. Ing his Throat with a safety razor Community is indebted to Blade. His body was found in the that Jadle who headed by mrs Bath room of Bis suite at the hotel set re to kindly gave their time by his wife about 9 a in to act a a hostesses and to the Yvie All work hard with our t Hicken or. Kane who was 36 years old Bulj neg concern who furnished and and sew and dust was apparently on the Road to re the Favori As Well As to All others maybe our dishes won t get covery and appeared to be in Good who contributed towards making washed spirits yesterday and Matiy this Tfaye df.mon8tratlon of the House a1 morning. He was a native of Success. In mentioning the favors Muf 11 Maine and was connected with the saturday we o nun Mfd speaking of Miller hotel company for about la ? it Godaire Bridge scores which eight years. Prior to taking up the Central electric Ca gave. The management of the hotel Black _ Hawk or. Kane was in charge 0f the hotel Davenport and also it rather difficult to work up a of the Savery in Des Moines. He vicious strike when the operators was known to Many commercial want it More than the miners do. Travellers in the Iowa k Newark Ledger. Cho. And now How can we thank miss Reid and also our county agent Well just thank t pm in tire Good old Way by showing our appreciation j. The most astounding insurance Protection for f armers Ever offered Complete coverage Accident policy Only $6.50 per year no More no policy fee weekly indemnities Liberal Hospital benefits Liberal elective benefits emergency Benefit not More than two policies to any one person this policy is issued through a special arrangement with the Federal life insurance co. Of Chicago. Of course we cannot Tell everything about this wonderful policy in the few words that Are on this Page. There will probably be questions will want to ask. We want to have every Point Clear in your mind. A any duly authorized representative will be glad to explain the policy to thoroughly. Or write to o. H. Nelson 404 Vine Street Albert Lea Minn. District mgr., the Farmer St. Paul Minn

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