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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 3, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Tuesday May a 192? the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Page four a find body or missing boy Fredericksburg. A. May 3. 4 in the body of 9 year old Albert Baker missing since february 22 was found monday in it Tappahannock River lied Ini a a it and weighted Down with stones. Suffering in flooded South worse than first expected. A a i. Hts free a a a Barck. Chairman of the free red arc Central committee j born county bed Cross. No again double Freeborn count quota a now upr0,m<7, chapter commander lied Ann Manv thous rr0ss Albert Lea mum. To $1,000�? Many am mentation of seer ands of homeless people a male need instant Relief. Hourly the reports coming from the flood stricken District along the Mississippi River in the South grow worse. The suffering of thousands of people can hardly be described. Many Are homeless and Are wandering about without food or Shel Edito Frances c. Walton. Telephone 722 tary Hoover following the cobble Lon of Survey of the disaster area he red Cross Central committee decided today in View of vast increase of flooded area that emergency situation now demands a minimum of ten million dollars. This doubles the quota already assigned your chapter. If you have already raised double your quota continue your efforts. Secure As Large amount As possible. Extern music she loves to hear. Again and again daring about without too in a Large amount a while others have de after losing tiler o fluent we can depend the Standard bearers of the first methodist Church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 4 of clock at the Home of . T. L. Horn in the methodist parsonage. A a. A. A. . Louis Choc of Austin entertained wednesday afternoon a company of fifty in con a i mfg it to miss Ann Shadek of Austin whose marriage Lom no babe. Of Glenville is scheduled to take Ace in May. Pink roses were used for the Floral decorations throughout the rooms. A pleasant social time was enjoyed and a mock marriage was a feature of entertainment a two course luncheon was served at 4 to. Or. De. Chapek . John Chapek. . Jerry Bisbee and miss Jennie Shadek assisted . Choc in the Kitchen an Alice hoc and Ethel Johnson the girls of the Burg company enjoyed an informal evening together last evening when they went to the Home of miss Helen Nelson to Surprise her and gave a Shower in her Honor. They took lunch with them which they pm Joyed after a pleasant evening of games and an informal social time. Miss Nelson was presented with a gift As a remembrance of the occasion. On the 12th of this month she will leave the employ of Burg company whore she has been a clerk since their opening in Albert Loa. On the 14th she will be married to Cecil Edmonds a it Mer resident of this City who now lives at Dubuque Iowa. Miss Nelson is the daughter of or. And . Theodore Nelson. Give her those songs she loved so Well when you were a youngster. And As her thoughts wander Back along the Road to those dear remembered Days. Mother u til understand mothers Day is May 8th. Send her this Beautiful album of records selected and recorded especially for her. Come in and let us play them for you today properly. The first Call from the red Cross committee at St. Louis seed the quote for Freeborn county at $250. A second Call placed it at $500 and today Stele Gram has ailed for a $1,000 quota. Here is the Telegram received by chapters rident we can depend upon the continuation of your Loyal aul am Central j. Efforts during great devoted efforts during this c,isi9�?T win. Baxter. Jr., chairman for the Benefit of the Young Alice Choc and hmm the first lutheran dressed m maid. P be to the Seattle free aluminium dessert holds half of Small Grain planted in South state were Pink Aud sold buttering. The. received a a a a gifts miss Alice Choc making the presentation. The Kiwan ians today were favored with a musical program under the direction of Paul Lea All. In Church who will go to the Seattle convention As delegates of the local Church. . J. C. K. Preus entertained at her Home on Park Avenue last evening. The affair is one of a number which will be Given for this purpose and was called a a Seattle the guests enjoyed a Vul. A or music week. Mr., very pleasant informal Lime to Leach presented at this program gather. a of the contestant. Who w la the Dearest spot is Home a Long Long Long ago a dreaming of Home and Mother a Mother Machree a Little Mother of mine seeding delayed two weeks moisture insures germination. To Viler of sunlit jell i Kniert or expert piano tuning repairing Call phone 31-j or. Or a Rice fruit men Niziuk a Rump. F tor i. Added. The balance will be finished within u,d0rmwt"under . Hort time depending upon Wei it of for yourself which is be it. Or conditions. Pm lbs of top everything musical 136 w. Clark St. Phone 31-j the new Gelatin do a Ert tartness tech of. ,. A a wish Junt please he a a re t0 try. The new. I my flavor. Obtainable Only in it it. Green and the. Blini i i flavor is a in ply delicious. I a latest Ien ton for a title decoration. Fie it for making combination or vegetable Kalidi. A Garnish or Tot co a Neati my rout in Ira a a we a place of mint Nuce. Bun Iii Deesire co seeding operations throughout Southern Minnesota has been delayed about two weeks because of Rainy weather Farmers in various sections estimated today. Approximately one half of the Spring seeding is completed and the. A Titi in a a Eather conditions. Barley and Oats comprise the bulk of the crop seeding this Spring while the tendency is for an increased acreage in flax. With the soil saturated with moisture from heavy snows during the Winter months and Rains during the last six weeks warm weather will insure Quick germination of All Spring seeded crops it is said. While the majority of Farmers still have Small Grain seed to be sown Many Are already preparing the soil for the planting of Corn. Of inc wow Ake part at the High school music contest in Northfield. Minn. Next saturday. Leis Haugen of the Soprano division Sang Joy of the she was accompanied by Ruth Amundson. Miss Elizabeth Whitney presented two piano ,Nib,.rs Waltz in a minor by Chopin and a humoresque in e. Helen Marie Peterson of Quick tiie Alto division was accompanied. By her Mother . Norman i Eterson and Sang a a Spring Joy by. Spross and a at Twilight by Friml. These numbers Weie All thoroughly enjoyed by everyone present and each participant executed their particular number excellently. Or. W. G. Thachet was the guest of Frank Wells and miss Peterson won the attendance prize. Are you drinking enough milk the daily use of Morlea s pure wholesome milk helps build Good health. Thone your order now. Phon Turtle at Law ii company i vat Cut h 4 $5 hats�?$2.95 50 hats taken from our regular Stock. Our regular $5 hats Only $2.95 every hat marked under $5. in this ale. Livery Nab Geo Buetti established 156# in an attractive setting characteristic of Spring the bust Ness and professional women of Albert Lea entertained their friends last evening at a Benefit card party. The affair was a big Success in every Way. Covers were Laid for guests at thirty five tables. Half of whom played Bridge and the i others played five Hundred. The 1 members acted As hostess for their tables and arranged the tables As i they wished for the occasion. The 1 general idea of the decorations were of Spring however. The Light s were streamed with yellow and Orchid. Honors for the evening were won by . George Wiley for Bridge and miss Selma Thorson for five Hundred. Our 59th anniversary Sale boy a scout Campero May 29-30 continues until saturday evening May fourteenth be sure you get your Shareef these Money saving Valu to. The season of wind. Of damaging intently a he inc Tornado and windstorm i surant solve the problem of Pebble loss and a we sell Only reliable Protection. Strong insurance Agency 320 Albert Lea state Bank Market hews big time for local scouts will be staged at fair grounds on sunday and monday during this month. New York butter and eggs new York. May apr butter Market firm. Eggs or regular. Fresh gathered seconds .2- to a a. The boy scout Camporee will be staged on the fair grounds this month on sunday and monday May 29-30. The following is the Complete program. May 29�?.4 00 p. M. Tent pitching and be making. 5.30 p. M. Cooking supper by troops and patrols. Chicago potato Market Chicago. May 3-<apj-potato Market new Stock 47 old Stock it Market slightly weaker i Wisconsin sacked round Whites $2.90 to $3.05. Scouts per troop ten arrows scout. 2 45 water boiling relay of three scouts per troop one pint of water. Kite flying contest. Three kites from each troop. 3 00 Wall scaling six scouts per troop. 3 15 Stretcher Drill team of five scouts. 3 30 stunts each troop has lout minutes. Not less than four scouts take part for each troop. 4 of pioneering Bridge Tower raft Leanto Tepee. 4 30 baseball throw for distance nod accuracy. Size 20x10 campfire songs and 7 45 p. In stories. 9 30 p. No. Taps. May 30�? 6 30 first Call. 6 40 morning exercise. Larson a meat amp grocery 713 water is. Oscar Larson. Prop. Minneapolis potato and Hay Market Minneapolis May 3.�? of Tate Market stronger sacked hundredweight round Whites u. S. No i. $2.65 to $2.75. 4 45 games Blanket race hoop race life line Drill six scouts dressing race horse and rider Tilting of Grady Drill All scouts. 5 15 grand review troop by troop. 5 30 award of trophy. The i. G. A. Store Independent grocer Alliance a a Tiki store you help us to help your by patronizing this Sto re y buying Power self How web Quot a for la. I1"1 w in existence tim a a a merchandise Lor 1�� Whf Are amp a part of your ton noun la Quot a help build up your own Lown we joined the increased our busiest la per i . A. Of the. A store it wisc on be new. I you. Minneapolis Cash Grain receipts 90 cars compared with 103 a year ago. North wheat no. I 1.3 % to 1 30 yellow Corn no 3 .79 White Oats no. 3 .4<>. Barley 78 Rye no. 2--- flax no. I a to .80 to ish to .81. I 06�?� a to 1.10% 2.20 to 2.30 miss Kansas flour 49-lb. Bag Maples to flour a a 49 la milk per quart Caddie Crisp fairy crackers. 3 lbs. Powdered sugar. 3 lbs. Hand picked i Michigan Beans. 2 lbs Blue Rose Rice. Van Campos pork amp. 15c can 3 for Beans 3 pkg. Post toa sties Peanut butter finest Quality la. A Fine russet potatoes Peck. To Spaghetti or a Macaroni 3 pkg. M our 45c Star Teaberry Coffee. While it lasts 38c gallon White i or dark syrup. V Choice Corn fed beef roast la it beef boil per la. Choice steaks. Per la. Pork liver 2 lbs. Pork Steak per la. 2 lbs. Fresh hamburger. 2 lbs. Pork sausage. Brick cheese Best Quality la. Pimento cheese per lbs Carton of matches 6 boxes. 4 Rolls of crepe paper. 5 bars big 4 soap. 5 dozen no. 1 clothespins. Brooms a very Good one for. 3 pkg. Clothes or Corn starch. Lux. Large 25c Small. Nice strawberries quart Box. 15c 25c 15c 25c 25c 25c 29c 38c 19c 15c 19c 12c 59c 25c 10c 25c 9.35 9.00 8 70 8 45 Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Lea tacking company. This Market is changed at i o clock each Day and is the of clock Market report prime hogs 160-250 la. Prime hogs 250-300 lbs. Prime hogs 300-350 lbs. Prime hogs 350 lbs. Up i food packers under too tog. Choice calves 120-190 lbs 8.7. Piss under 170 lbs. Packers Over 400 i ba., rough pigs and Stags 1 priced according to Quality. 6 50 Flag raising. 7 of breakfast cooked by i Loop and patrol. 8 00 cleanup Camp for inspection a inspection. 9 of take part in memorial Day exercises. La 15 a. In. At Catherine Island. Swimming team of three scouts. Free style a 60 it. Breast 60 it. Crawl 60 it. Back 60 it. Life saving demonstration. 12 00 dinner in Camp by Patio. Loo clean up inspection. 1 30 tent pitching two tents per troops two scouts per tent. 1 45 fire by friction relay Throe scouts per team. 2 00 knot tying. I any Tenderfoot knot named by patrol of eight scouts most knots in one 2 greatest number of different knots in three minutes patrol of eight scouts. 2 15 signalling. Sealed message of twelve words semaphore. I 2 30 Archery team it Eluee double ply Bath towels Plain White. Coloured Borders. Pink Blue Gold this Selling is especially noteworthy for the very Fine Quality of towels it embraces. You la want several. Buy now and save new silk scarfs Jim Nelson gets contract for Creamery a i Queen Blue and other colors. 99c, $1.48, $2.59 North Side contractor will construct new modern Brick Creamery in Hayward at Cost of some $15,000. James Nelson of North Albert Loa was awarded the contract for building the Hayward Creamery. It will be a modern Brick Structure and will Cost nearly 91b.900. Has cooperative Creamery that has been operating for 35 years has done More for the Hayward com 1 Unity than any other one thug. Pure Linen Bridge sets $2.95 36 Inch Square. Attractively hand embroidered. 4 napkins to match. 27-Inch washable flannels re rate cd. A Yard 98c South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul May 3. Apra a i. It. Pm 2 stems and i Yea i Lings in moderate Supply slow it. Hulk $9.<>0 to $10.00 cutters $4 50 to $5 50 bulls very slow bulk $5 50 to $6.00 stockers and feeders steady Alt receipts i. 700 25 to 50 cents or More higher bulk around $10.00 to $10.50. Hog receipts 7.500 slow bidding mostly $9.60 to $1000 on Butcher and Bacon hogs or steady to 25 cents lower pigs about steady mostly ii . Sheep receipts too non ii ii daily steady to Strong few Spring i lambs $17.50 clipped ewes of Vav to $7 75. 4 free deliveries daily Minnesota state exper mental Creamery state Creamery butter Price 50c 5 lbs. Jar 49c at All stores Register now for summer school beginning and advanced classes in shorthand typewriting and bookkeeping three months intensive training at a reduced Price if you Register on or before May 21 cd East a Eelje Broadway theater . 391 this is paint it week exp la a Quot the Best paint sold. Sunday May 8th, is mothers Day you will find appropriate gifts at Brett s Geo Bett co established 154#

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