Page 5 of 7 May 1927 Issue of Albert Evening Tribune in Albert-Lea, Minnesota

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 7 May 1927 in Albert-Lea, Minnesota and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Albert Evening Tribune.

Browse Albert Evening Tribune

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 7 May 1927 Albert Evening Tribune in Albert-Lea, Minnesota. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 7, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Saturday Way 7, 1927 the evening Tribune Albert Lea five thu Sishc roads i meeting held in Mason i City Friday morning Ebert Lea Well represented at important session held with representatives from Worth Ani Cerro Gordo counties. Enthusiastic to Peterson also told about his talk with or. Babcock and that or. Babcock had agreed to have the Minnesota paving at the state line to connect with them. This message from Minnesota was highly encouraging to the Iowa representatives and they warmly commend mortgage foreclosure Sale default having been made in the payment of the sum of four Hundred eighty and no-100 dollars w hich is claimed to be due and is due at the Date of this notice upon a certain mortgage duly executed and delivered by Brentner m. Clark and Sylvia e. Clark his wife mortgagors to first National Bank Albert Lea Minnesota mortgagee bearing Date the 1st Day of March 1920, and with a i Power of Sale therein contained duly recorded in the office of the Register of deeds in and for the county of Freeborn Aud state of Minnesota on the 27th Day of March 1920, at 4 35 o clock ., in Book 58 of mortgages on Page 413.which said mortgage together with the debt secured thereby was of the Christ Church episcopal 8 00�?holy communion. 9 45�?Church school. 11 00�?morning prayer. F. E. Drake. Rector. First Church of Christ scientist. Corner Adams Avenue and West Clark Street. Services 10 45 a. In. Subject a Madam and fallen Man. All Are Welcome. One of the most of roads meeting held in this u of the country for some Timea place Friday morning at nine Dock at the court House in main City la. A a. Pit a Senta Tives of Cerro Gordo and Worth counties Iowa called a a meeting for the purpose of misusing plans for paving of the Jetson Highway North through to Gordo and Worth counties to Minnesota state line. Men in Albert Lea Edalbert Lea for their spirit of duly assigned by said first a friendliness and willingness to co tonal Bank Albert Lea Mineso j to. Mortgagee to Robert Meyer by written assignment dated the 30th Day of april 1920, and recorded in in business lid of the meeting and at once raffle very enthusiastic Over the position. At the regular meeting lie business menus league last to Day evening with s. O. Simeon sex president of tile league iding in the absence of the new Idem the matter was taken up. Enthusiastic did the members ii int become that it was moved hut the acting president together uth secy. L e. Blakely appoint a. Smittee and that the committee hat it could to encourage the operate. Immediately after the representatives of Albert Lea had demonstrated that they were with them one Hundred per cent a motion was made and unanimously passed that a special election be called to vote on Bonds for the paving through the two counties Over the present route of the Jefferson Highway. The election is to take place before july i. I during the meeting George Bugan moved that a permanent organization Between the two Iowa counties and Freeborn county act jointly on the project. This motion was seconded by the Mason City delegation and unanimously carried. The Albert Lea representatives returned Home late in the alter noon feeling that they had spent a very profitable Day. They were also feeling very Good Over the warm reception the delegations of the two counties had extended to them and had an even warmer feeling of Northwood full gospel Mission 119 w. College St. Sunday school end Bible class 1 30 Preaching services sunday�?2 i and 8 00 . Wednesdays and fridays 8 00 p salvation services on sunday-11 00 a. In. 12-10 a school. 8 00 p. service. Services through the week on tuesday thursday and saturday evenings. Cart. M. Craig. Officer in charge counties to Tot Busy at one., a a a of Quot a a a Ama Quot my City z of Tow h a Atli or. Breeze of the a in ii City chamber of Commerce by ,.im,hone, and or. Breeze very courteously invited the whole com nit tee and any other representative of Minnesota to be present. I Simonson accepted the invitation the following committee of Roo i roads boosters was then appointed Haldor Knatvold chairman. Senator j. O. Peterson. Frank Wells. J a. Farry. I e. Blakely. G orge began. S. O. Simonson. From Clarks Grov a. J. Lageson. John g. Johnson. Livery member of the committee screed to go Down to the meeting. Ila Dor Knatvold then suggested senator Peterson that the com i tee get in touch with the min to state Highway commission Telephone. It did t take Long or. Peterson to explain to or. The Jefferson Highway in this state to our South. With the completion of the paving from Mason City to Albert Lea thence North to the Steele county line to connect with the paving now being constructed by the 1-arson construction co. There will be the longest unbroken line of paving in this Section of the country and w ill be the great Gateway to the Northwest and the ten thousand lakes of Minnesota for hundreds of tourists coming from the East West and South of these United states of America. Babcock the object of the Mason Ujj a a a a bother things that Abe la meeting. Or. Babcock stated j and Elvin spouse of the above that he would try to have a repro i named decedent that said dece Ntalie of the Highway depart debt die i intestate a resident of h at the meeting. He also stat the county state citation for hearing on petition for administration state of Minnesota county of i . In probate court. In the matter of the estate of a Lynn ii. Turbett decedent tile state of Minnesota whom it May concern whereas Inga r. Turbett filed in this court her petition stat the office of said Register of deeds on the 30th Day of april 1920, at 3 20 o clock ., in Book 50 of mortgages on Page 502. And whereas the said Robert Meyer the Assignee and Holder of said mortgage has duly elected and does hereby elect to declare the whole principal sum of said mortgage due and payable at the Date of this notice under the terms and conditions of said mortgage and the Power of Sale therein contained and whereas there is actually due and claimed to be due and payable at the Date of this notice the sum of eighty four Hundred eighty and no-100 $8480.00 dollars with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annul from the 1st Day of March i. 7, Aud whereas the said Power of Sale has become operative and no action or proceedings having been instituted at Law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof now therefore notice is hereby Given that by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in said along j j0j-Teage, and pursuant to the statute in such Case made and provided the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a Sale of the Prera uses described in and conveyed by said mortgage Viz the West half v v4 of the the Northeast Quarter no 4 and the Southeast Quarter Seq of the Northwest Quarter Nevi a�1 ten i0 xlcrtw9 off the East Side of the Northeast Quarter ne1 of the Northwest Quarter Nav less one i acre of land in the Northeast Corner of the Southwest Quarter Swik or the Northeast Quarter no sold to school District Allrn Section Twenty two 22 in township one Hundred three 103 North of Range Twenty two 22 West in Freeborn county and state of Minnesota with the hereditament and apr quoth a dances which Sale will be Freebor of the court _ Albert Lea in said Bounty state on the 17th Day of 1927, at 2 of clock At Public Vendue to everybody Welcome. First lutheran Church divine services at 11 00 a in. English language. Holy communion at 7 30 In the English language. Sunday r Quot. Ool at 9 50 at the Church and at 9 30 at the Academy and North Side branches. This is mothers Day. Going to Church will help us to appreciate better mothers place among us and to be grateful to god for what he has Given us in our mothers. J. C. K. Preus pastor. First Baptist Church 9 45 am a Bible school. James Debuhr supt. 11 00 worship. Solo a Mother Quot miss Fredreka Nelson. Sermon Quot a mothers 0 30 .�?no . On account of the convention at Clarks Grove. 7 30 .�?evening service. An them a the lord is my Sermon a John the beloved study of typical disciples. Honor Mother by attending Church sunday. Arthur Hoag pastor Salem engllish eve. Lutheran United lutheran Church school 1 45�? to 20 1-10 21 15 17. Worship 11 00�?organ prelude a Calm is the night a a Bohn. Sci a Lite a Little Audr. Patterson will attend Church meet pastor of local presbyterian Church will attend general Assembly of churches to be held at san Francisco. Go to prison Bankers Wenstrand father and son ordered to Penitentiary. Trinity lutheran Church sunday school at to of clock. As this is mothers Day let every Mother live up to her reputation Quot the Best Mother in the world Quot Aud Lier children shall Call her blessed. Children a disobedience is some f times a fruit of parents disobedience to god let us obey god English service at la of clock. Subject a what has the Church to offer the Home evening at 8 of clock. Subject the churches a How Long and Christ a a Quot Little Hilt. I he choir will sing at these services. Rev. A the. Lund Hutchison Minn will conduct a series of meetings at Geneva tomorrow a danish service at 10 30 an English service at 2 30 and at 8 pm. Obedi to Nee to god is the source of All Joy in time Aud eternity. Pray thai we May learn the secret. La. W. Hondo pastor. Them a be Joyful in the lord Quot Danks. Vespers 7 30 prelude a Caile Grotto in of a a gave. Sermon. Honor thy father and thy this being mothers Day we will Best show our respect by attending Church. A fear god and keep his commandments Quot is the lesson Mother taught us. We do this Hest when to regularly worship god in his Sanctuary. Visitors and strangers Iii the City Are heartily welcomed Conte and bring your company. Milton a. Halili pastor. Or. N. P. Latterson pastor of first presbyterian Church of our City has been awarded a trip to san Francisco to attend the general Assembly of the presbyterian Church. The Board of trustees recognizing the splendid and unusual work accomplished since or. Patterson came to first presbyterian Church has decided at a meeting held thursday night to Send to the Assembly. The Church since or. Patterson came has made a remarkable record. There has been received into the Church 217 members. Financial Progress has also been unusual. The current Bill for the year was paid. And an accumulated debt of about $1,500 was paid and the year ended with several Hundred dollars in the Treasury. It is a Well deserved recognition of the untiring Effort and the Success of a hard working pastor that the trustees have Given. Or. Patterson will leave some time next week and go by Way of Texas and visit his Mother on the Way out to California. The pulpit will be supplied while the pastor is away. Des Moines May 6.�? a c. A. Wenstrand former president of the Farmers National Bank of Shenandoah and his son d. A. Wenstrand former cashier of the same Bank who lost their fight in the circuit court of appeals at St. Louis tuesday to set aside a sen tence of three years in the Federal prison must report to Roy Gault. United states marshal for commitment. Ross Mowry. United states District attorney at Newton announced yesterday. Lite won strands were found guilty in the District court at Creston of making false entries to deceive the comptroller of the Treasury of funds and of abstracting certificates of Deposit the trial attracted state wide attention when Bankers in southwestern Iowa were called As witnesses. Windstorms coming. They May not coma this week nor next. And again one May come tomorrow and woe to the Man who does t carry Tornado insurance. Are you properly insured better make sure. Better see Mark Jones today. Phone 268 Mark m. Jones wedge Jones bldg. Vesper service to be held by girl reserves presbyterian Church sunday is mothers Day. The pastor will preach sunday morning on Quot mothers Day and Mother a sunday evening at 8 00 of clock the Christian Endeavor choir will sing and the pastor will preach. Every lost Jap town is shown in census chief part of program is ceremonial a Rev. Haker to give talk. To All of Sites s sheriff0 f said body is cordially invited to worship Horn county at the front door with us in the presbyterian Church. P court House in the City of j sunday school 9 45 . Has in the ii to or. Peterson that of Mason Minnesota left pr�l7 Mtn-1 a a a a a county of Freeborn state of Minnesota and was a citizen of the that be Wou a it j a and praying that Sota paving was at the i in it ministration of his estate be meet while the Cement was. T the Post National Bank i Iii tit a connect till soft. In committee left Albert Lea at n of clock Friday morning in a ars and arrived in Mason City to in time for the meeting. They granted to the 0t therefore you Are hereby cited to be and appear fore said Emit on the 16th Day of May.19-7. At 10 00 of clock ., in the Cou a re warmly received by the Large and state and show ration present from both War Ause of any you have Why said cities. The Albert Lea represent j Uyn should not be granted. A ices were called upon and it Wasj staed april 22, 1927. a. W. John Sun and May of that Day the highest bidder for Cash to pay said debt of eighty four Hundred eighty and no-100 dollars and interest Ami the taxes if any on said premises. And one Hundred and no-100 do tars attorneys fees As Stipe a at in and by said mortgage in Case of foreclosure and the disburse men allowed by Law subject to redemption at any time w Thini one year from the Date of Sale Assignee of mortgage Gallagher Madden amp Gallagher Waseca. Minnesota., attorneys for Assignee Gage. Christian Endeavor �?7 0o . Every person in Albert Lea who has a Mother living Here should see that she has an Opportunity to attend Church sunday morning. Come therefore and bring your Mother. The service will to in her Honor if she lives and in Lier Ory if she has gone to another world of she lives Wear a red j Flower and if she is gone to the Dater goes future life Wear a White Flower. Solving some of tin everybody should attend some Leins of revelation Church tomorrow. You Are Welcome to attend this Church. N. P. Patterson pastor. Methodist Church 9 45 .�?sunday school undertaking to acquaint students with the More important scriptural verities a specially. A noted judge declared that he never had before a regular attendant of Church and sunday school charged with a serious offence. 11 00 .�?morning Sermon subject tor mothers Day. A a chapter in Home the special music will conform with the spirit of the Day. Anthems will be rendered entitled Quot god ble i iou. Mother Quot i Hodgkins and Quot a Flower for you. Mother dear Wilson topics offered Are a the Mother of 6 in .�?Epworth league methodism or a with Christ in the out of doors Quot with special reference to the institutes held from Ocean to Ocean. 7 30 p. In a evening Sermon subject a the ascension of Elijah by a whirlwind into the biblical notations relative to Elijah prove to be one or the most noteworthy characters in history. A closer acquaintanceship wit ii that mysterious and deathless wan a Long Hakodate Japan May 7 apr census takers have discovered far in the mountains of Northern Japan a Village which has been lost to the world. Its 152 in Hab rants do not speak modern japanese. They dress in styles of centuries gone by Blacken their Teeth live entirely on fruits and vegetables and none of them Ever heard of the outside world. Investigators think they scented from the Heike which was Defeated by the warring Genii about 700 years ago. Its survivors fled and disappeared in to the mountains. Do clan the Maria Sanford girl reserves will hold their Only Vesper service this it ear at the Salem lutheran Church on sunday May 8, at 3 of clock. Previous to this year the girl reserves have had their i inst a1 la thou of the newly elected officers and the reaper service separate but this year they will be combined. Villi so the chief part of the program will be the Candle ceremonial. As each old officer comes in she lights the Caudle of the corresponding officer and stresses upon her the duties for the next year. Rev. Laker of the Salem lutheran Church will give a boil talk stressing particularly the importance of mothers Day. I he girl Reserve will sing two a hymn of the lights Quot and a follow the gleam Quot will be Sung doling Hie first part of the ceremonial. Anglia Rodsater w ill also sing a Solo. Since it is Mother s Day. All the girl reserves Are asked to bring their mothers or some other guest thus stimulating interest among them in girl reserves. The first commercial factory for making ice was established la new Orleans in is66. Way towards difficult prob a most Hearty Welcome to All services is extended you. E. C. Horn pastor. Cripple plans Long wheel chair trip Stockholm May 7 of Frans Alfred Witt a cripple since 1911, is planning to set out shortly for Paris in his wheel chair. Witt Hopes to win a $ a g prize. His route will be through Malmoe Copenhagen Hamburg and Brussels. Miss Linde Kun it , a swedish noblewoman made lie trip on horseback last year. She spent two months on the loud a1 though Only two Days is required by rail and ten hours by air plane Broadway sunday monday tuesday six months in jail or a month in training Camp so he became a Rookie and what he Learned a. Nobody a business of t-78 6w i chained that Albert Lea was j Geal out and soul in favor of the a project and would do every Alfred t. Mollura possible to co operate probate judge. 96 3w a Paris made divorce for an american costs on an average $3 000. The top Price is borne As High As $10,000. Mexican supreme Coart has revoked 0 i i injunctions times 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 a Ltd out and distribution of said estate the representative of said decedent has file i herein hts final account with his petition praying for the adjustment and allowance distribution of the he per _ of Are foreign Oil companies restraining h a y it itt Hove num of a in the Federal authorities from a stoic iv0 i�?z.f0re this court of that ing the my ii regulations. Probate court rooms in the Coart the supreme court ruled that House in Albertia a. Minnesota on the District court must giant or re May 23, 1927, at ten of clock in totality not in Why said petition should not be Mexico City May 5 a he mexican supreme court by Ana Iii decision revoked yesterday the partial Quot residue it Quot of granted by Low sons thereunto entitled. It a until another car of Oakland a Price has All these features Oakland value is supreme a amp 9f Jet Amparo a a -. Part. A Hail be. Dom by the. A a. A a a a a a a a a Leo City District courts court Seal a. Vav j of Amparo in question c Johnson judge avio motor and tractor Oil on following conditions every 1st or Odd gallon $1-00 every 2nd or even gallon in. Containers extra. I a snarl Nelv we will Exchange this applies to Stock on hand Only. We barrels so bring your empties. Notice to contractors on the twelfth Day of Lay 1927. At 2 of clock ., at the Council j chamber the Village Council of Al Den min flu will receive sealed bios j for the erection of u music Pavilion to be erected in the Village said. Pavilion to be erected according to plans and specifications which May let a seen at the office of Hie Prest-1 Dent of Council c. Ii. Vav ill on Al i Den Minn. Bids May be mailed to tie i i Lage recorder. All bids to be a i companies by a certified Check of 1100 payable to the Village of a Village Council reserves the right to reject any and All bids. Dated at Alden mlnu., May 1st. C. Ii. Willmon. Pres of Council. H Scotts recorder. Adv. 102 2w Elmer r. Attorney. Peterson 102 3w by a knot Hole gang picks radio Beauty Midway motor co phone 84 Kamas City mo., May 7 apr the knot Hole gang a a group of radio fans who gather at the studio of Daf the Kansas City stirs station to watch the per for in is recently selected Irma Shannon As the studio Beauty. Yin. Shannon a pianist gives Novelly solos Over the radio. She is a student of Junior College to Kansas City and formerly studied in the Fine Aru department at the 1 University of Kansas. Citation for hearing on final account and for distribution state of Minn Sota county of free born us. In probate court in the matter of the estate of Fred Esther sch decedent the state of Minnesota to Inger j. Esther sch Jaybird Burton Esther sch Charles Irvin Esther sch Blanche Evelyn Esther sch and Reuben Henry Esther sch and All per in. Interested in the final account and distribution of tile estate of said decedent the representative of the above named decedent. Having flied in this court hot r final account of the administration of the estate of a Ald decedent together with her petition praying for the adjustment and allowance of said final account and for Dis Tribu i tion of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled therefore you and each of you Are hereby cited and required to show cause if any you have be 1 fore this court at the probate court rooms in the court House in the City of Albert i a in the county of Freeborn Blate of min Yesota of the 16tb Clay of May 1927. At to of clock am. Why said Pei lion should not be granted. Witness the judge of said court Anet the Seal of said court this 22nd Day of april. 1927. Seal a. Vav. Johnson. Judge of probate. Alfred t. Vol i Tun. Attorney tor Petitioner Albert Lea Minnesota. Fisher body with one piece Vav Windshield new colors in enduring Duco advanced 6-Cylinder a head engine harmonic balancer 4-wheel brakes rubber silenced Chassis air cleaner full pressure oiling Oil filter interchangeable Bronze backed bearings honed cylinders Diamond bored Piston bushings automatic spark control unit instrument panel Tilting beam headlights with foot control Large balloon tires balanced rotating parts from crankshaft to rear Axle Ltd Emu coup ass you May have sensed that the greater Oak land six offers certain things not found in other cars. The briefest study of the cars in Oakland a Field reveals that a until t n i i 1 Ltd a a All another car of Oakland Price hat these features Oakland value is supreme. Yet Oakland value is based not merely on these features hut on these features by us super precision in construction which makes the greater Oakland is the Best built car of its Price in the world. Sedan >1095 Oakland six $102 to $1291. The new Tytul finer Pontiac six $775 to $975. All Prue i metered prices include minimum handling charges Lay to pay on the Liberal tineral motors Lune payment plan. Nate Chier garage de. H. Marpe Freeborn h. W. Peterson Clark Grove c. E. Estergren Gordonsville Minn. 96 3w a neater Oakland motors a winning and i six suit no to the till use product of general motors hold Ino Good will i

Search All Newspapers in Albert Lea, Minnesota

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Albert Evening Tribune Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Albert Evening Tribune?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection