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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 11, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota W gun essay May 11, 1027 the evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. A Page three a i have a warm spot in my heart for the Good ladies of Pickerel Lake township who Are members of the indies Aid society of the Concordia lutheran Church of that township a a Tommy the morning. Quot in p. It i make my Best Bow and purr my strongest purr to the members of any ladies Aid. These women Are the pillars and the main support of any Munch. Yesterday Rev. Pfeiffer of tins Church came into Albert i a with one Hundred dollars which he turned Over to h. A. I Luck chairman of the Freeborn county red Cross to be oat to the flood sufferers in the Southlands. Besides this $100 to tended Over $11.00 which me from some of the men Church members. Isnit that the ital spirit of american citizenry one Hundred dollars from the members of the ladies ice have you Ever stopped to think How Many lame backs and tired ladies it took to get $100 in a the ladies Aid Treasury bless their dear souls this Money comes in five Ard ten cent pieces earned by these faithful women in the preparations of suppers and lunches. The members of the average ladies Aid give More food for ten cents than any other Organ bion on Earth. That a one of their great failings. They serve the very Best of Home cooking and heaps of it for ten cents. Truly they should ask at least a Hall Dollar for most of their lunches for their lunches Are big meals and you can to get a big meal at a restaurant for fifty cents. Of course where a lot of those who enjoy these lunches served by the ladies Aid societies fall Down is in i of insisting on paying a Little More than what the women ask. For instance when a Man fills up on Boston baked Beans mashed potatoes and warm Gravy Apple pie sauce cheese pakies two kinds of bread Barker House Rolls Chicken and roast pork he really ought to Volunteer to pay a Little More than ten pennies. the weather tartly Cloudy and thursday warmer tonight and Southeast portion thursday. Yesterday 44 last night 39 this noon 53. Pure Jersch i. 11 Mere a. Milk test z cat 101-5r pure Jersey Cream. It will whip. For Sale at Maimer a. 101-5r new truck the Albert Lea milk company is sporting a Nice new truck for their business. Resigns miss Harriet Larson has resigned her position As manager of the local Consumers shoe store. She has made Roo definite plans for the future at the present time. Baby Sony or. And mrs. R. S. Doherty of Freeborn Are the parents of a baby son who was born to them at the local Hospital monday morning. Visited Here miss Rosetta Smith of Minneapolis who spent the i weekend at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. C. Z. Smith Madison Street returned to her work tuesday. J to attend funeral or. And mrs. Frank Sipple sr., went to Easton to attend the funeral of their Friend William Stevermer. They will stay a few Days to visit relatives and friends there. Lights out a severe electrical storm accompanied by a hard wind and rain visited Glenville sunday evening. The electric lights were out in town and several Telephone wires were burned off. J to new Richland among those from Albert Lea who went to new Richland yesterday to attend the women a federation meeting of the Albert Lea circuit were mrs. Petra Bjerke mrs. Arnold Ingbritsen Rev. J. C. K. Preus and c. C. Sibil my. Next Friday a the Northside Par ent teachers association will meet Friday afternoon at 3 15. A Short musical program will be Given by the children from All grades. The picture contest is to be run again and the election of officers is to be held. For St. Paul or. And mrs. N. Vere Sanders of for Fth Street left yesterday for St. Paul where they will enjoy several Days attending the grand chapter of the Eastern Star and visiting with friends. During his absence mrs. Everett Nelson is assisting at the drug store. School friends miss finances Bailey of it. Iron minn., stopped in the City this morning and visited with her College Roommate mrs. Merle Simms of new ton Street. She was Enro Ute to Des Moines and will Stop for a longer visit on her Way Home. Mrs. Simms and miss Bailey attended macalester College in St. Paul. Prisoner to work Fillmore county will follow the Lead of Olmsted county in the matter of making county prisoners work out their jail sentences according to reports from that county today. A the men will serve out their sentences at hard labor a it was Here yesterday Helmer Myre of it Ueva was among the out of town a ted a a los Quot Teady of having a life of a it i. Voo Torna v who ease. The new departure a ii i be salted monday. The prisoners in the jail now will be taken to the Village of Peterson to do Road work for the county under the supervision of a will vote the sunday theatre callers in the City yesterday who did nine shoppes in the local stoics. From Huston or. And mrs. A k s. Anderson of Huston Minn came Down to attend the funeral of her aunt mrs. C. C. Peterson which was held at Northwood yes t re As. They also visited relative question May be put to a vote of i the people in St. James minn., in the near future. The Princess Thea returned Home miss Estella a ire of that place has made Applina la award who has been a House tion for permission to operate on Gin t at the Home of or. And mrs. Sundays. A City ordinance forbids c. La. Severe on Clark Street since i sunday motion picture shows and saturday returned to her Home in the City Cor cil of St. James Wil St Paul this noon. Miss Hayward soon hold a hearing on the sunday i the daughter of or. And mrs. G. Theatre subject and if the people Hayward residents of Albert j desire a vote on the question of la until a Short time ago. While amending the present ordinance a w he enjoyed visiting with special election will be called St. Many former friends. I James independen theatres tonight Broadway Rivoli rot Niilyn inertia m skip Naff / she attracted men but not wanted based on the stage play a eyes of youth Fame Money wealth or just love for which will she marry ? Felix comedy a icy eyes shopped yesterday a or. And mrs. Peter Stensrud of Freeborn came Down to Albert Lea yesterday and did some shopping in the local stores. Her birthday a number of friends and relatives gathered at Home of mrs. Mary Schewe. Mothers Day and helped her celebrate her birthday. Former residents or. And mrs. L. W. Crowley Niles mich., Are the proud parents of a baby boy born May 8th. Mrs. Crowley was formerly miss Mary Tuberty of Albert Lea. $1,513.96�?at noon today the flood sufferers fund in Freeborn county had reached the sum of $1,513.96. As fast As it is raised h. A. Barck sends it to the Central red Cross Headquarters in St. Louis where it is used in first Aid work. To District meeting Henry f. Wittmer Alfred Christopherson and t. K. Trow of Emmons accompanied judge j. F. D. Meighen to Austin yesterday where he spoke at the District meeting of the Minnesota Bankers association which convened there monday and tuesday. Ramsey school plays the students of Ramsey school w ill present two operettas thursday evening at 7 30 in the gymnasium of the Ramsey building. The primary grades will dramatize a delightful japanese Story a the Box of dolls a and the upper grades will present Quot the Awakening of to Chicago or. And mrs. Edgar l. Hayek left monday evening for Chicago where they will spend a week during which time they will enjoy a two Days motor trip to fond do Lac wis., where or. Hayek will attend a jewellers a convention. The remainder of the time they will spend in Chicago As guests of or. And mrs. Alfred Becken. From Illinois or. And mrs. Harry Glaze Leaf and son Bobby former residents of this City Are enjoying a visit with relatives and friends in Albert i a. They arrived by motor on monday from galva., 111., where they have been making their Home this Winter. After making a Short stay Here and at Ellendale they will return to Illinois and locate at Kewanee. Bound Over Herman Hemry a Young Man who lives near Lerdal had his hearing on a paternity charge yesterday afternoon in Justice Farnsworth a court. The Case is one which has been pending for several weeks and Hemry has been waiting Fok Legal advice. He was represented yesterday by Moonan amp Moonan of Waseca. Ile was bound Over to the District court. Have baby daughter friends of or. And mrs. Edward Jackson will be interested to know that a baby daughter was born to them on last saturday at Das Palos Calif where they Are now located. Mrs. Jackson is better known Here As miss Helen Paulson. They have just recently gone to California and after considering several locations have settled at Das Palos a place not far from san Francisco to convention at noon today mrs. Frank Thompson of Fountain Street and mrs. J. A. Vanden Berg of mariners Lane left for Minneapolis where they will be guests of atty and mrs. H. C. Carlson former residents of this City. They will go to Stillwater from there to attend the conference of the episcopal auxiliary meeting. Mrs. Thompson will represent the local auxiliary while mrs. Vanden Berg represents the St. Hildas Guild. In school band Ender the direction of professor a. J. Minnaert the St. Mary a College concert band opened a week s tour with concerts at Kellogg and Wabasha monday and today is at Durant wis. The itinerary includes conceits at eau Claire and Bloomer. Wednesday Cameron and Turtle Lake thursday Hudson Friday and a Broad cast program from the St. Paul station of Waco saturday evening an orchestra a vocal quartet and soloists Are appearing also. In the list of students making the trip is the name of Stanley Speltz of this City. He is the oldest son of or. And mrs. Arthur Speltz of water Street. Gets limit Vern Linder who lives near Alden was arrested last evening by the police department and this morning when arraigned in Justice c. C. Hanson s court paid a big Fine. Lieder was notoriously drunk and disorderly we have been informed. It is reported that he was driving his oar and rammed into another car which was backing out of its parking place. When the police w Ere called they were unable to make the arrest on the charge of a driving while drunk As Linder had gotten out of the machine and they could not prove that he had been driving in that condition. It was thought advisable to give him the Maxi mum Fine to impress upon him the seriousness of the offence so $100 and costs was the figure set. He paid $40 in Cash and was Given until 6 of clock this afternoon to raise the other $60, plus the costs. Funeral yesterday mrs. Inga Bergo of water Street went to Northwood yesterday to attend the funeral of her aunt mrs. . Peterson. To funeral or. And mrs. A. E. Rodsater of South Pearl Street motored to Freeborn this morning to attend the funeral of the late mrs. A. H. Stensrud. Doing Well mrs. L. W. Bryson of Alden and new son who arrived at the local Hospital on saturday Are both getting along very nicely at this time. For appendicitis Joyd Johnston son of or. And mrs. Frank p. Johnston of 535 Park Avenue was operated on this morning for Tho removal of his appendix at Tho Naeve Hospital. With daughter mrs. Anna Klose of Brook Park minn., is enjoying a visit in the City As the guest of her daughters mrs. Fred Sorenson of main Street and mrs. Chris Larson of the Northside. Girl reserves end Good year mothers and daughters enjoyed Fine program and banquet. Played a very delightful selection entitled Quot Valse touch on code As a concluding number to the evenings entertainment a group of girls presented a Short stunt Quot Flowers of the Garden a in which the different phases of the girl Reserve code was touched upon by jury hears Story of murder plot of wife and her Lover death of her husband but had no actual hand in it turned upon her former Lover w Hen she took Tho stand As a witness for the prosecution. I admitting her relations with Van sickle Over a period of years Tho map a woman replied with a vehement dramatic Quot no i did not Poison my husband a Van Newton. N. A May la after a Day filled with scenes similar to those enacted Dur to the query of the defense. Members of the Ann Rutledge girl reserves concluded their year of Good Fellowship and companionship with a Mother daughter ban Quet Friday May 6, in the High school banquet room. The theme of the year a flights of the Garden a was followed very effectively in both decorations and program. The tables were beautifully decorated with red roses and flickering candles. At the Center a pretty maypole whose streamers were held by tiny paper dolls spread the Light of the Beauty of Spring across Tho Happy hopeful faces of the mums and pompous who Are the mums and daughters both so vital la the the Short speeches of girls repro Vay Snyder trial in Lomg sickle brought the Poison to me renting the Rose the Violet the i. A i. n at a it in my him. Sunflower and others. The banquet was proclaimed a to funeral miss Mildred Stensrud. Who is a student at St. Olafs College at Northfield came from that place last evening and joined i a Garden of her sister Utah before going to their Home at Freeborn to attend Tho funeral of their grandmother mrs. A. H. Stensrud which was held this morning. To Milwaukee mrs. Wells be Dorothy is Toast mistress after the banquet the Toast mistress Dorothy Mcmillen very skilfully introduced the different speakers and musicians. The opening feature was a violin it did much toward linking the Bond of True comradeship Between Mother and daughter. Aerial hoist makes Alps climb easier the it Quot she said. Island the state late yesterday rest land asked me to give it to my bused its Case in the prosecution of band but i threw it Way. I never the banquet was proclaimed a Mclorie charged with wanted to have anything to do with a a a. A a o a a a a a husband of his Paramour. The Foreman of the jury which listened All Day to the evidence is mrs. Ethel de Pue believed to be the first of her sex to serve in that capacity at a murder trial. Four other women Are members of the jury. _ Van Sickles alleged confession Chamonix May apr which recited just How he stalked apr climbing the Alps is becom his victim on september 28, 1925, ing easier. Two sections of an leaned a Rifle against a tree and Aerial inclined transportation ays shot him through the heart was tem up toward mount clergy pension fund for presbyterians reaches $11,374,856 Chicago. May Llu apr with the closing Date of the drive still eight Days away the presbyterian churches National Campaign for a $15,000,000 pension fun for its old Blanc Are a admitted As evidence by supreme i and disabled ministers Good at operating and another Cable line will be put into service soon from Here to Planera. Court Justice Black. Mrs. Sadie Raser whose confession stated that she plotted the $11,374,856 last night. Start advertising in the Tribune. Vins and son returned to their Home Solo Spring song played by at Milwaukee yesterday after a miss Onsgaard a member of the Short visit Here following the death girl reserves advisory Board. Of her brother the late or. A. L. Dorothy Hall girl reserves Mccullom. They would have re president welcomed the Maine longer but because of i mrs. Margaret Todd Mother of one school duties it was necessary for j of the Well liked and highly Lethe boy to get Back. When school sheeted freshman girls responded is out mrs. Levins will be Back in j with a Toast to the Albert Lea. 1 Helen Marie Peterson Sang forthe guests a selection entitled a at to contests mrs. M. D. Whit Twilight a Ney and daughter miss Elizabeth j the next part of the program of East main Street with her opened with a Johnny jump up a a daughter mrs. Kenneth c Arisen no musical pantomime Given by ten of who has been visiting Here since tie Grisi saturday left this afternoon for. Minneapolis. Miss Elizabeth is to Many Ake part enter the state music contests as1 Aneth Ltd in Faical number Bun the Winner of the local District meet. The contests Are to be held at the University starting tomorrow. German Industry Heads tour la. S. Chicago May apr Birthy Harriet Hanson and Verna Borland was Quot Mother Machree a a piece suitable for the occasion. Quot four Leaf clovers was the title of the Toast Given by Margaret Ness. Mrs. Billings Mother of the program chairman for the coming year gave the girls some thoughts on the american Beauty. The main speaker of the evening Lacago May 1 a 83 Latrall who teen German manufacturers tour touched the hearts of All present ing America arrived in Chicago with her talk on a protecting our yesterday for a three Day Inspee-1 native in her speech Hon of the City a leading Commer he pointed out the importance of Cia establishments. Watching Over and earing for the they visited the stockyards and Kiris in order to make them grow Marshall Field amp company a store to womanhood As perfect As the and will inspect the International Flowers of a Well kept Garden. Harvester Plant today. Helen Billings Well known throughout the school for her sex. Start advertising in the Tribune optional Talent As a pianist business locals and announcements this Lovely new Allen a Chiffon sheer est silk from top to toe. And a silk foot with an invisible dinner foot of Lisle that doubles the Wear a a a a Phe dancing Chiffon is our most popular Spring number. Clear sheer Silken Beauty from top to toe. Full fashioned of course giving trim ankle appearance and Graceful Charm. And hidden from sight is an a dinner foot of Fine Lisle. To reinforce the Silken foot the weak spot of most Chiffon Hose. Thus this Allen a Chiffon gives longer Wear than you have received from other chiffons. The a dancing Chiffon is Here in All the latest shades. 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