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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 6, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota
Friday May 6, 1927the evening Tribune Albert Lea five some Day know what we know now that eyestrain and defective vision Are holding you Back in your work and robbing you of your pleasures. Why wait let us examine your eyes today. Albert myer co. Roy a. Prudden optometrist 2nd floor Home investment bldg., Albert Lea radio programs Market Road saturday Waco 8 45 a. M reports. 0 30 a. for the Day-0 35 a. bulletin. 0 45 a and Market re ports. 10 30 a. reports. 12 00 reports. 2 30 p. concerts o. P. Club River fails. Wisconsin Val Dine Pearson director. 5 55 p. report bulletin and baseball scores. 6 15 p. concert. 8 00 p. Nut fireside in a Rev. Roy l. Smith pastor Simpson m. K. Church Minneapolis. 8 15 p. program scottish rite choir. Harry ranks director 9 00 p. program. 9 30 p. program Ruth reyolds saxophone. Hilo p. report. Dance program. W am d 10 15 a. In a musical program. 11 00 a. Chat by aunt Sammy. 5 30 p. In a Organ program by Viv 1 50 p liase Hall scores. 6 56 p. reports. 6 10 p. movie club. T of p. and Billie Murphee. Evening concerts 6 so p. In a Kuk a 309 Pittsburgh a concert. Vuz 333 Springfield baseball results. 6 00 p. 162 Pittsburgh a the week Enders. Arc <4 in Washington xxx Enders. Weak. Tic 47g Hartford Conns South Manchester program. 6 30 p. 2c6 Buffalo studio feature. Of a a 476 Dallas Texas Organ recital. 7 of p. 275 Batavia concert. Tag 545 Worcester musical selections. Wow 4m Cincinnati Ford and Glenn. A Bah of Chicago classical music. I Aal 389 Cleveland program. 7 30 p. M a Pix 4 i Havana orchestra concert. Sci 480 Iowa i tvs musical program. Koil it it it i in aha Council Bluffs i rented instr a Quot Xeno p. M a Wiz 455 new York to Minileo hour. Wajd 370 cd Cago vocal selections. Web 428 Atlanta 8 30 p. 273 Cleveland duet. These have Given to the sufferers list of local contributions to red Cross fund for Mississippi River flood sufferers. Wafaa 476 Dallas male quartet. 9 00 p. 401 Shenandoah a Trio. We of 306 Kansas City popular. Wok in a or a yajid7-varied program. Weak 2f>6 Buffalo studio . Acc Davenport musical program. Koa Iii Denver instrumental. 10 00 p. 301 Oakland National broadcast. Koa 454 Seattle National Chain. Kro Francisco National broadcast. Excl 357 Toronto Organ and Vaude lilt 11 00 p. am of Ojo Newark d x. Party program. W rpm a Chicago popular ? Quot to dlr to Chicago Ai and int. Want 316 new York Midnight Medley. Moc 484 Davenport Moline 111. Mabel Nelson 1-00 l. S. Whitcomb. 5.00 Irene a. Krause. 2 00 Helen Christopherson. I of or. And mrs. H. J. Petran. 20.00 d. A. Totter. 5.00 Eleanor Mumford. 2.50 n. J. Anderson. 2.00 Rev. A. J. Hoag resigns As pastor of the local first Baptist Church whole Community will be sorry to hear that this family will leave the City after twelve years stay. R Freeborn amusements senior class play on May 16 the senior class play a Madam and Eva a a will be Given at the Academy Hall monday evening May 16, at 8 15 o clock. The play is a comedy in three acts. Adam Smith takes charge of the Kings household for three months. When he enters upon his duties As father he has an idea that family life is an Ideal life but he finds out very soon that he has the wrong Conception. Come to the play and find out How Adam handles the situation when the licit Kings family goes broke. H. A. Barck e. C. Krause. E. R. Hopperstad. Mrs. Augusta Soth. P. C. Jensen. P. H. Overgaard. C. O. Esse. Cash. Mayor f. S. Faville. American Gas or Chine co. B. B. Hudson. Mrs. Martin Blacklin. Shu Inala Camp fire girls Louis Narv rude. W. J Schmitz. The Tribune Force. St. Paul clothing House. M. S. And c. A. Skaar Hayward. Dias. T. Nelson Hayward h. C. Nelson Hayward. J. G. Runden Hayward. J. J. Hove Hayward. A Friend. Christ Church sunday school a Friend. Nick Ott. Carlyle Johnsrud. 1 00 2.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 500.00 1.00 3.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 6.90 10.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 Loo highest Clouds the highest Altitude at which Clouds float is nine to ten Miles above the Earth attained by Cirrus Clouds easily recognizable by their faint feathery shape according to an answered question in Minnesota lumber co. Or. And mrs. Robert Light Max Gendler. A Friend. Albert Lea amusement corporation. Lottie Fellows. Rock Island employees. Fred l. Johnston. Charles h. Ruble. John e. Bergen. Motor inn. Mrs. J. C. Johnson Clarks Grove. Mrs. W. H. Walker. Alfred Christopherson a 2.00 25.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .500 5.00 2.00 1.00 50.00 1.00 22.25 10.00 2.00 1.00 50.00 5.00 2.00 Over 200 Spring frocks s on Sale at 95 $n89 $1 y 65 59 89 you save As much As half on Many of these dresses. Coats special purchases by our new York office enable us to offer you the kind of Coats you expect priced from $20.00 to $25.00. On Sale /�?T89 saturday at silk Hose full fashioned pure thread silk Assw $1.00 pair a f. W. Barlow or. And mrs. H. Blackmer. Albertus Hansen. We. Bjornstad. Mrs. Geo. Gilbert. Employees Box room am. Gas Mach. Co. A Friend. A Friend. Charles r. Brundon. William Wohlhuter. An american citizen. Hannah Sorenson. Mrs. R. F. Payne. Nae pc Hospital alumni ass. C. W. Hanson. Albert Lea insurance Agency. H. P. Hanson. A Friend. W. Kutters. D. A. Potters. Mrs. C. L. Hill. First National Bank employees. A Friend. Factory and shipping room employees of enderes. A Friend. Andrew est Rby Hayward. Rev. C. A. Fritz Hayward. Gilmore amp Purdy. Freeborn Victor 10.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 10.00 Loo 15.00 5.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 1.00 18.00 15.00 4.00 5.00 3.00 5.00 the annual business meeting of the first Baptist Church was held last night at which time the pastor Rev. Arthur Hoag resigned closing twelve years As pastor of the Church. The news of the resignation will be much regretted by practically All who know of his great services to the Community during All these years. Reports of All departments indicated this had been one of the Best years of the present pastorate. Every department and auxiliary society reported All Bills paid and a balance in the Treasury. The treasurer reported total receipts As follows $5522.04 receipts for current expense and $1985.96 for Benevolence with a total of $1099 60 on hand in balances in All departments and $2966.20 on hand in permanent funds from legacies. Thirty two additions were reported during the year and thirteen losses by removal making a net gain of Nineteen. A twelve years is a Long time in this present age of hurry and Bustle a said or. Hoag this morning. A and there Are disadvantages of the Long pastorate which Are trying to both pastor and people and make changes inevitable. But their Are compensations too which Are North More than words can express and these twelve years have sealed Bonds of Friendship within the Church and outside the Church whish will make us Rich i or. Hoag is considering several possibilities for the future As yet has made no definite plans. The follow ing officers were elected for the ensuing year trustees Alfred Berglund la. C. Hanson. Deacons Oscar Lundstrum r. C. Jensen. Deaconesses mrs. Sam . Mrs. T. E. Noble mrs. A. J Olson. S. S. . W. Debuhr. Ass t. . J. W. Gamble. Primary . W. C. Jen sen. Treasurer la. W. Jensen. Ben. Treasurer s. E. Severson. Chairman i ins nce go j. I Hansen. Clerk miss Hannah Sorenson. Choristers a. C. Jorgenson. Head Ushers Walter c Arisen a. V. Hurtzel. Historian mrs. H. W. Jensen. Up to the present time the Heads of the Church have not decided on a successor. Rev. And mrs. Irwin visited at the Home of or. Horn of Albert Lea sunday afternoon. Vernon Baldwin was the Leader of the Young Peoples society sunday night. The topic a How to get along with people proved very interesting. The program o the summer Institute at Fairmont was also discussed. Done to forget mothers Day Sermon next sunday. There will be special music and an interesting adre8irwin is spending much time these Days visiting out of town families. The Mission study club will meet in the methodist Church wednesday. May la. Leaders Agnes Latton and Obby Olson. Hostesses. Mrs. Hernia Stensrud and mrs. Alyina Hunt. All ladies Are invited. A the Man who missed the Trail was a profitable topic of discussion by Rev. Irwin sunday morning. Freeborn Federated Church. Rev. Vav. H. Irwin pastor. Morning worship at 10 30. Mothers Day will be observed with special music and an appropriate address. Sunday school session at 11 45. V Outing Peoples society at 8 00 p. M. Come and bring your families to Church. Or. And mrs. T a. Stensrud at tended the funeral of Oscar Clem Ensen at Albert Lea wednesday. Or. And mrs. De. Mar Joe and children and mrs. P. A. Stensrud were guests of relatives at Minneapolis Over the weekend. Miss Doris Miller is confined to her Home with the mumps. Or. Anil or. Theodore Nelson i and children of Keny on were sat inlay and sunday visitors at the i George and Gus Nelson Homes. Mrs. Christine Siemssen of Al i Den spout the past week at the Home of her sister mrs. Fred Jorgenson. Miss Viola Gilbertson was a weekend guest at Minneapolis of iting relatives. Superintendent and mrs. Elvis no sub still for Calumet Quality purity or Economy i for the pure wholesome baking it pro-1 d aces. Your guarantee against Faux re against waste. I Calumet baking powder makes Makino Kasser Ito double sales sva time those it any other Brand evening. It wa3 decided to Tho next meeting in August speaker of the evening was miss. Eleanor Mumford the red Cross drama lovers Home nurse. Or. Aud mrs. Victor Christensen Are Tho proud parents of a baby girl who arrived april 29. Miss Lizzie Hanson of Albert Lea was an Over sunday guest at the c. W. Christianson Home. Mrs. T. J. Howler spent monday at the Home of her son. George and family at Wells. Includes tiny stage Chicago. High above the pavement. The new apartment Home of mrs. Howard i Willett president of the drama league of Chicago and her husband will have a miniature theatre of its own. The stage which is on the 18th Story is set in gardens and terraces and is so situated that at favourable seasons it will receive its lighting from the Moon. State office audit inquiry to Start soon news and vie if by associated press College girl has $100 prize smiles fort Worth Texas. Miss wills Mae Lee an orphan earning her Way through College won tills year s $100 Arlzo for being the a girl on the Campus at Texas woman s College Here. Be lore entering College last year miss Lee lived at the Waco methodist Home. A a Climax of a contest instituted last semester Willa Mac was elected a it. Vav. C. Smiles girls by vote of All the student body this Spring. Despite the fact that most . I. Extra study time is occur Aker and children spent t in we a earning expense Iii achoo end at Decorah la., Wuh it at. Serving in the College dining or. And mrs. Morris gtoddartj0 have moved onto the William a Dobson farm. Friday evening an interesting declamatory contest was held at the auditorium by the High school pupils. Prizes were awarded in the groups As follows rational division second pined Vernon Baldwin first place Lester go More dramatic division second place Eva peek first place Mildred Peters humorous division third place Ellis Christianson second place Eimbert Aason and first place Winona Buchanan. Raymond Blinkley spent the weekend in Minneapolis. The p. T. A. Held its last meeting of tills school year monday total Anderson. 200 .$955.03 bargains you can not beat preparation for inquiry in have Urry j state auditor and treat Mae 14 presbytery reports on fund drive thirty percent of it quota raised report show at meeting in Winona. Or Era a office to be finished by end of week. Printed Chiffon frocks washable crepe frocks in pastel shades summer hats scarfs new a new y Ork fashion shop Albert Leas style Center Winona May 6.- a thirty per cent of the quota of $10,560 apportioned for the Winona presbytery toward the .$15,,Moo ministers pension fund. Which i be no raised by the Presbyterio churches of America has been raised it was announced at the first report meeting held at the Ai thur hotel last even a the quota for the Winona District is to be raised before next monday and the Campaign has been carried out during the past week by h. G. Dietrich of new York the presbyterian churches or Rochester Hall text. . Oronoco Owatonna. Clare Mont and Kasson were represented Here last evening. In the Campaign tile Winona presbytery is divided into three conferees. The other two held meetings monday Aud Tje new Bing at Austin and Winona. Twenty were present Here last eve in the $15,000,000 fund is being raised throughout the country As an accrued liability for pensions to be Naid for pastors of the presbyterian Church who Are retired after they Are 65 years of age. Both laymen and pastors Are contributing to the fund. St. Paul May had re Pura tons for Marting the ao4itofthc officers of state auditor and state treasurer will he completed before Tho end of this week in All Usu Hood it was announced yesterday from the office of Clifford l Hilton attorney general. Or Hilton who was Given Suiter vision of the audit by Tho no lure with an appellation of Vij Omo to carry it through his numerous applications of Public account ants for the Job. Two Points he will make emphatic berm awarding any Mccoy it Ancy firm the contract first that the audit be thorough and secondly that it be kept within the Appio privation figure. The audit is to cover the period beginning january i. 1920. Thin will mean that thousands of records will have to be examined covering a total business done by the state of a half billion dollars during that Lime. Primarily the audit i intended o Clear up completely the record n Ute Case of the Walter c. Martin Deal cations. Martin former Deputy state treasurer is now in Sui water prison. Records of both the auditor s am treasurers offices will be checked simultaneously. Investigation be made into the state s uncollected Bills and the purpose of All expenditures will be Analuz i. During the time the audit is being made reports will Tomle to announcement by special arrangement with the new Home sewing machine co. We have secured the services of mrs. W. W. Weaver expert in charge of their Domestic Art division from May 9th to Aist 2 weeks Krell player like picture mahogany Case full ize. In played by hand. Look like new play like new. A Genu inc bargain. A $800, our Price �p4i/v it will be of great interest to every lady to Call at our store during die demonstration. You will Marvel at the Many new and wonderful things she will show you about Home sewing. Done to miss this Opportunity to meet her. You Are All Welcome. Light running new Home sewing machine easy to own easy to operate ,. This Fine piano Standard a Long made reports will he rnai a a a a i Hogan Case Good tone. Spleen the governor As to Progress it Max of p Coa ing with the final report to the did practice 1929 legislature. Piano there i a danger of mistaking wandering thought for Brilliant thought. Discursive Ness is not brilliance. $90 Segerstrom piano co a a a re. Home investment bldg. We service what we sell jewel hardware co. Phone 107
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