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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 11, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota The evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Wednesday May 11, 1927 Page four May meeting of school Board editor _ because of poor weather con last evening picnic which they had planned to a i stage at de water at the Central no held at the school banquet rooms. The sup regular session held at me much enjoyed Al old at the school per was very cantral school building though it was nor around a Camp ire. It was their final meeting of he year. Tentative list of High school graduates read and approved. The regular May meeting of the a was held in the Board of education Frances c. Walton. Telephone 722 mrs. I arson were recently married and the affair was in the nature of a Shower. A Beautiful Chest of Silver was presented to the Young people. A a cd the St. Hildas Guild of Christ Church Are making plans for a card party to be Given on thursday the nineteenth of May. The affair will be one of the final social events which the organization will put on this Spring. Mrs. H. E. Kellar is in charge while miss Sybil Koontz chairman of the refreshment the Home of committee. Mrs. F. G. Folken water Street Greibrokk wins further notoriety death toll in Tornado zone will increase representing emigrants from la number of foreign countries the i Voung women Mission club members of the Salem lutheran Chung met last evening at the Home of a superintendent s my. Tuesday mrs. Jol a Otam a. Water a it Quot a a Ltd a a Quot a a Ermine. May to. To enjoy an in Murrant party one after approving minutes of the were dressed like japs poles to april meeting Bills were Aii wed j hernia Irish scotch and one i a. Von Berg requested through woman made a typical lady pank a the president of the Board that the i Hurst when the lunch was served Large Static machine which he was discovered the menu in seated to the school at one time no used delicacies of foreign coun he exchanged for one of the Doc j tries. A. Munden Berg r machines As the new. Much better for tor s enter machine school use. The superintendent was authorized to secure the assistance of an accountant in opening needed property accounts and continuous invoices before july i the beginning of the fiscal year. The Board then voted on the superintendents recommendation to discontinue mid year promotions in both grades and High school and limiting the age of beginners to those who Are six years of age before the 1st of March following the opening of school. The superintendent was then authorized to secure a Junior High school principal to take charge of the 7th and 8th grades until such time As the 9th Grade can be include a tentative list of the High school graduates was then approved. The names of a number of teachers were read for confirmation. The position for a sidewalk on the West front of the school lot Between fourth and fifth streets was approved. Meeting adjourned 10 30. Mrs. Elmer Peet son and mrs. E. C. Carlson were hostesses at the regular meeting of the a est j Minster Circle which was held this j afternoon in the Church Parlours j final plans for the May breakfast were completed at this meeting. In Honor of or. And mrs. Arnold Paarson members of the Force. Of Skinner amp chamberlains gathered on the second floor of the store j last evening for a card party. The space had been converted into a very cozy place with the use of j screens lamps and decorations of Spring Flowers. Both five Hundred and Bridge furnished the entertain a ment miss Bertha Newgard winning first prize for five Hundred and miss Bessie Olson winning the same Honor. For Bridge. Or. And a reception for the confirmation class of 1927 will be Given by the Young Peoples society of Trinity lutheran Church thursday evening. A Good program is assured. This usually is an annual Home coming for All former classes therefor it is hoped that this May be the most numerous of All class receptions and Home comings held in the Church Parlours. 1 4 the 1926 27 club year for the Beta Delphi ans was concluded on saturday when they held their regular meeting at the elks club rooms. The years subject of Art was concluded at this time. Officers for the next club season which will be opined in september were chosen president mrs. E. H. Rush am. V. President mrs. J. Nolan. Secretary mrs. Earl Warner. Tres. Or Era mrs. Katherine Wie Gand. Board of advisors mrs. Paul Davis mrs. Ii. Carrol Day mrs. Benjamin Bearnes. Or should we say Fame out continued from Page i Man not regularly employed was conscripted into a cleanup army. The wreckage strewn streets began to assume a More Normal aspect despite the shattered buildings. Strict military Rule prevailed. A. A l re Niv Relief workers were allowed distances his associates on Deva rated District Between sales Force of Maytag 6 . And 6 . Washing machines for april a dinner provided despite with the partial restoration Ofa. In Irry Var communications during the Day shunt shortage in number Arka Sag had a dearer View last of sales More excitement night 0f the path of death and destruction swept through the East Central and Southern portions of the state by a series of tornadoes late monday. The know n dead list had reached 62. While the wires hourly added new names to the casualty lists of More than a dozen communities. The number of injured was near 300, while the property loss was next month go. Watch them another Maytag con est closed april 30th and last night the a gang Quot celebrated with another dinner. Had the terms of the contest been insisted upon the sales Force would have been a stuck Quot this to non too time and the jewel hardware estimated at $1,000,000. Force would have regaled them selves with a feed at the expense of the Maytag salesmen. Due to the difficult and at times impost a increase Able condition of the roads during in Jac or m0re april however or. We come of us a waived the anal two Mach Nee that i it Rock and Norphlet the Tornado hopped skipped and suing try for $6,000-Case in local court Lionel Hallock and wife Ruth Are hoping to claim damages from City for injuries received in dive off Highway into Lake Channel. I several isolated communities in j the northeastern part of the state were not heard from and it was it feared that reports from these the number arson suspect flees jail Oshkosh wis., May apr Joseph Norman who was Arreater on a charge of burning ins Home Here to collect $4,800 on the Structure escaped from jail monday night no Trace of him has been Fob in. These have Given to the sufferers list of local contributions to red Cross fund for missis-1 Sippi River flood sufferers. 141, Hollandale Minn., miss e ther Johnson teacher. 20.00 Early table cutlery the Flint american table cutlery was made at Greenfield mass., 131. In new York butter and eggs new York May Llu apr butter Market Mead. Creamery higher than extra .43 to .43% weak. Fresh gathered extra firsts .25 to i .28. Chicago potato Market Chicago May Lap a potato Market new Stock 28 cars old Stock 49. Market slightly stronger. Minnesota sacked cobblers dark $2.45. Wisconsin sacked round Whites Hulk $2 75 to $2.90. Minneapolis potato and a Hay Market i Minneapolis May apr a Hay potato Market stronger. Sacked hundredweight round j in hit sell. S. No. I Whites $2.60 to $2.75. Hay Market unchanged. L Minneapolis Cash Grain i receipts�?147 cars compared with p 97 a year at Mabel Nelson. L. S. Whitcomb. Irene a. Krause. Helen Christopherson. Or. And mrs. He j. Petran. A. Potter. Eleanor Mumford. N. J. Anderson. H. A. Barck. E. C. Krause. E. R. Hopperstad. Mrs. Augusta both. P. C. Jensen. P. In Overgaard. C. O. Esse. 1 Cash. Mayor f. S. Faville. American Gas machine co. B. B. Hudson. Mrs. Martin Bucklin. Shul nala Camp fire girls Louis Narverud. North wheat no. Yellow Corn no. White Oats no. Barley. Rye no 2 flax no. I 1.40 .85. 7 of i 03 to 1.42 to .87 .49 .87 1.06 to 2.358. A Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Ives talking company. This Market is changed at 2 o clock each Day and is the 2 o clock Market report prime hogs 150 to 250 lbs. 8.80 prime hogs 250 to 300 lbs. 8.50 prime hogs 300 to 350 lbs. 8.20 prime hogs 350 lbs. And up 7.95 Good packers und r 400 lbs. 7.50 Choice calves 120 to 190 lbs. 8.00 the Tribune Force. St. Paul clothing House. M. 3. And c. A. Skaar Hayward. Dias. T. Nelson Hayward in Ltd. Nelson Hayward. J. G. Runden Hayward. J. J. Hove Hayward. A Friend. Christ Church sunday school a Friend. A Nick. Carlyle Johnsrud. Minnesota i Ann Ber co. Or. And mrs. Robert j Wight Max gel idler. A Friend. Albert Lea amusement corporation. Little Fellows. Rock Island employees Fred 1. 6.90 10.00 5.00 3.00 3.00 too 3.ou 5.o 10.00 5d0 2.00 1.00 .500 6.00 2.00 1.00 50.00 1.00 22.25 e. L. Tuttle. I of Peter o. Olson. 2.00 James l. Sorenson. 2.00 Janies c. Nelson. 2.00 l. W. Spicer. S of Freeborn county state Bank employees. 18.00 in p. Hanson St. Johns St. 2.00 Robson Post g.a.r 10.00 Jefferson motor co. Employees. 27.00 mrs. Pola Berg. I of or. And mrs. John Miller 5.00 mrs. W. J. Voigt. Loo Albert z. Bakken. 5.00 Henry Hellberg. Loo Roy l. White twin lakes Loo or. M. R. Highbee and family. 3.00 Elnar Hojberg Clarks Grove 2.00 or. Walter b. Lyon. 2.00 Fred Fink Pickerel lake3.00 John l. Klemme. Loo Lisetta Moran. J of l. H. Thurwachter. 2.00 an unknown Friend Emmons 2.00 mrs. Burt May. 2.00 Albert Lea Tommy. 2.00 m. O. Bridler Oakland. 2.00 mrs. It. P. Moulten. Loo a Friend. -50 Robert Ott. 3.00 a sympathetic response. 5.00 m. P. Howe. 2.00 Sila Pettit Alden. 2.00 mrs. H. C. Day. Russell n. Hanson. 5.00 court House Bunch. 31.00 Culbertson Bros. 25.00 James Keek Hayward. 5 of Ludvyk Kycek. Hayward. 3.00 p. J. Skaar Hayward Loo should have been closed and set up a dinner for the Bunch at the Jefferson cafe. All the prize Money and a Dandy 1927 Model hat was copped off by a. Greybrook who sold eleven Maytag during the closing week of the contest distancing All the rest who very gracefully accepted the situation and congratulated the Winner upon his exceptional sue a Cess. The total of the machines sold during the period was 43 while the total set by or. Whitcomb in making his offer of a free dinner was 45. Commenting on the results of the contest the manager of the jewel or. Belina said a a or. Whitcomb and i feel that in spite of the shortage in sales of two Maytag washing machines for the period the men on our gales Force have demonstrated unusual tenacity of purpose and ability to overcome obstacles that to men less Active and sincere would have spelled defeat they have set another High Mark and we feel that their Effort should be rewarded and their spirit of cooperation and loyalty should receive recognition. Naturally we feel that with april s record Hung up in spite of difficult weather conditions we have a right to expect some More records before the year is out something exceptional enough to make a further fuss at the close of the dinner the party was continued at the business menus league rooms. There were talks of a serious nature As Well As a lot of Good natured moshing and banter. Out of the mass Many pointers and Good suggestions resulted and a better understanding and closer cooperation will inevitably result. Another dinner with several prizes was arranged before adjournment was made and even Yone left the meeting All set to report their Hest month at the next get to aether about a month from this time. Jumped diagonally across the Eastern half of the state dipping Down Here and there to lash the Countryside before passing into Missouri above Walnut Ridge. Several smaller twisters apparently accompanied the main Tornado across the state and Leax v Rains followed in their Wake the Little farm Community of Strong the first hit by the a fed was virtually wrecked. The business District of the Village was wiped out and almost every residence was destroyed or damaged. Twenty two persons were killed at Strong and fifty or sixty were injured. Norphlet Oil town near Strong suffered severe property damage. Three persons were killed Here and a dozen or More were injured the District court presided Over by judge n. E. Peterson is now Busy disposing of various cases on the Calendar. Yesterday the Case of j. W. Neitzel is. John r. Dreher j was called. This Case is the outgrowth of another Case tried in the local court last october John r. Dreher is. Globe manufacturing company in which Dreher got a verdict of $1,000 for wages. At noon yesterday the two parties got together with their attorneys and fixed the matter up out of court. So the Case Case was dismissed. Today the Case of Lionel Hallock and his wife Ruth Hallock is. The City of Albert Lea was started. The Bollocks Are suing the City for damages they claim to have sustained when they drove their car off the Highway just North of the Bridge Street Bridge into Fountain Lake Channel. Mrs. Hallock is suing for $5,000 and or. Hallock for $1,000. In h. Dunn is the attorney for the Hillocks and City attorney William Sturt z and attorney Lyle Ostrander Are defending the City. Paint for hundreds of years White Lead Aud linseed Oil have been accepted As the base of All pure paints. Recent expert intents prove that the addition of a Small amount of Zinc oxide improves the wearing qualities of Lead. Yet too much Zinc is worse than none at All. Superior High principal for school peace principal who Wai not reelected blocks plans for Public demonstrations asks ending of school year Paul Kelly goes on trial for murder of stage actor los Angeles May Llu apr Paul Kelly athletic film actor charged with having murdered Ray Raymond stage actor in a fist fight Over the affections of the latter wife went to trial before a jury of nine women and three men. Kelly a face was Pale and drawn As he listened to the testimony. Mrs. Raymond known on the stage a3 a Dorothy Mackaye a watched Dandy the opening proceedings in Superior judge Burnell a court. County autopsy surgeon a. F. Wagner under questioning of Paramount paint is built on the following formula pigment pure White Lead. 80% pure Zinc oxide 15% silicates. 05% vehicle pure linseed Oil turpentine and Japan 92% 08% 100% 100% if you believe that pure White Lead a Small amount of Zinc oxide and pure linseed Oil make Good paint then you must admit that Paramount pain t i Good paint. And sold at a reasonable Price $3.25 per gallon for White and colors. More than 500 houses in the City of Albert Lea painted with Paramount paint. J. J. Sullivan Wall paper paints and varnishes i grecian drapes to hide Knees Ballet master s style forecast j Chicago May apr the Cycle of feminine fashion May yet swing Back to the trailing grecian draperies of 25 centuries ago. Andreas Pavley Ballet master of the Chicago civic opera company thinks so. He bases his belief both on the artistic deficiency of skirts slashed at the knee., the knee says Farley is the prosecuting attorney Forrest Miff a spot of woman a physique. Too Johnston. 10.00 2.00 1.00 50.00 is under 170 lbs., packers Over 400 lbs., rough pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul May apr Caille receipts 3,000 steers and Yelling in moderately Liberal Supply indications weak to lower toi heavy steers around $12.00 bulk fed steer Ami yearlings $9.75 to % Buyei s discriminating on Grassy cows other she Stock unchanged bulls mostly Active bulk 16.25 to $6 50. Call receipts 4,000 around 50 to 25 cents higher. Hog recept 14,000 Market around 25 cents higher mostly $9.00 to $9.50 paid for Light Light sows mostly $8.00 pigs steady bulk $11.00. Sheep receipts too Market nominally steady on All classes. 5.00 2.00 5.00 2.00 25.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 10.00 2.00 5.00 Minnesota state expert mental Creamery state Creamery butter Price 48c 5 la. Jars 47c at All stores Charles ii. Ruble. John e. Bergen. Motor inn. Mrs. J. C. Johnson a larks Grove. Or. W. H. Walker. Alt red Christopherson. F. W. Barlow. Or. And mrs. H. Blackmer. Albert a Hansen. Win. Bjornstad. Mrs. Goo. Gilbert. Employees Box room am. Gas Mach. Co. A Friend. A Friend. Charles r. Brun Iii. 5 00 Williams to Hunter. An american citizen. Hannah Sorenson. Mrs. R. K. La Ayne. Naeve Hospital Al Ima ass. O. W. Hanson. Albert Lea insurance Agency. 1 in p. Hanson. A Friend. W. Kuiters. I. A. Potters. Mrs. C. L. Hill. First National Bauk employees. A Friend. Factory and shipping room employees of enderes. A Friend. 4 of Andrew eatery Hayward. 5.00 Rev. C. A Fritz. Hayward. 3.o0 Gilmore so Purdy Freeborn 5.00 Victor Anderson. 2 00 West Side school dul no. E. C. Morris Alden. 6, 7 and 8 grades Clarks Grove school thorns Sor Kil teacher. Mrs. Julius Peterson. Mrs. O. Aspenson. Anna b. Johnson. Albertl a state Bank employees. Employees department a american Gas machine co. Gamble clinic. Thompson Wulff Transfer amp storage co. William n. Nelson. Leo Carey Post no. 56, american legion. 10.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 2 of 20.00 8.81 15.00 5.00 5.00 Superior wis., May a Quot bets get the school year done was the statement principal c. G. Wade was making to his students and friends who protested against the action of the Board of education in not re employing him for net year at Central High school. Several members of the Central faculty were highly indignant Over the ousting of or. Wade and Over the clause to be inserted in their contracts for next year promising co operation with the Board of education a policies and those of the superintendent and also calling lot a professional two attempts to protest against or. Waders dismissal As it is considered. Were made by students but or. Wade checked both before they Wallington May Llu apr Ai got started. One was an attempt shift of wavelengths for to Call an Assembly to discuss the be be situation the other was an attempt Ray testified that Raymond died of hypo Strauc pneumonia which he explained As a congestion of blood in the lungs which followed a cerebral Haemorrhage. The prosecution contends the Haemorrhage was caused by the beating inflicted by Kelly general shifting of wavelengths in radio is necessary 0. Henry s daughter Dies from illness Banning calif., May a j miss Margaret Porter 31, daughter of the late Sidney Porter Well a known Short Story writer under the name of o. Henry died Here late monday of tuberculosis. She had been Iii for More than two years. Miss Porter like her father was considered a talented Short Story writer having had a number of stories published under the pen name of miss o Henry. Friends revealed yesterday that she was married at her bedside Here Friday to a. J. Satin of los j Angeles to whom she had been engaged for More than a year. The dress should either come Well below or far above it. Cut at the Throat tied in the Middle and chopped off at the knee gowns of today fail miserably he thinks to beautify women. Nor is the concealment of curves a virtue. The garb he regards As most becoming to woman is Onei which gives individual expression to the wearer by follow ing the curves emphasizing the figure rather than necks and Knees. Despite woman a unwillingness to cede what she regards As Freedom and Comfort in present fashions Pavley discerns on the boulevards Short dresses with trains which gave More than a hint or the coming order. Some have Georgette dropping to the Ankles. Cut in Sioux fall Gas once Sioux Falls s. D., May la 41�?T a the Standard Oil company of Indiana tuesday reduced the Price of gasoline in Sioux Falls and other Points of the Sioux t it territory comprising the Southeast Section of the state by 2 cents making the filling station Price of gasoline 19.3 cents. General broadcasting stations militated by a new will reallocation 1 to urge the students to Boycott 12 plan the Quot Federal radio commission j teacher considered Ute is working out ii. A Loo 10.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 6.00 10.00 1.00 i .00 5.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 1.00 i 18.00 1.00 15.00 d. W. Lair. To Quot c. L. Hill. 2.00 or. Aud mrs. Fred Hill. 2.00 John Doppelhammer. Loo fret Behrend 2 00 Conger state Bank Conger 5.00 state Bank Glenville too mrs. Carrie Hendrickson 1.00 or. And mrs Harvey Peterson. A Friend. Ladles Aid of Concordia lutheran Church. Pickerel Lake Rev. Pfeiffer Pas tor. 100.00 congregation Concordia lutheran Church. 11.00 Ray Gustaveson. Loo mrs. La g Tista v Caon. Loo Minnie Gustaveson. Loo mrs. Joe in Johnson 5.00 sons of Norway. 50.00 m i a Laura Hanson. Loo miss Clara Bjerke. 1.00 Ingvald Olson. t. Al j Ana in. 2.00 j. J. Birne. 2.00 1 miss Martha Hoidal. Loo Central electric co. 5.00, i or. And mrs. T. E. Noble 2.00 o. V. Karlberg. 2.00 boy scouts troop no. 4loo Western grocer co. Employees. 50.00 attorney j. O. Peterson. 5.00 one of its members spy question was openly injected Bellows announced today. Into the school situation by or. When the plan is in full operation Wade in his defense a n he predicted that few of the More charges brought against him of the than to sent Kama now operating superintendent. Efforts of some would retain their present lengths. I faculty members of the school to we the commission expects to have hold a Tea. Hets dec the plan completed in about ten my were deprecated by or. Walt. La ays and cations objecting to the the principal told the Assoria cd assignment Given them will be give press last night he Felt no action in Opportunity to protest. V1h be As a. General Rule. The Coumis taken. A a general filled the commis the Board of education ignored Ion Hopes to give old established i the Case of miss Lulu j. Dickinson stations with popular programs n teacher dismissed Nom in r Channel for full time operation and High achoo March in who. D,8 education ignored Channic to separate every Large centers like new Chicago by kilo cycles from neigh Bors. At present anti until the new reallocation is nude the commission does not intend to accept any applications for new Ladio station construction. Most Beautiful women in Denmark new York May ill apr a round the world collegians aboard the Quot floating University Quot Wyndam prefer nordics. They voted Den Mark has the most Beautiful women and Sweden the handsomest men. Radio station in Missal caused the student strike York and which lasted All april. Miss Dickinson s name was omitted from the list of teachers named by the education committee of the Board to be hired for next year and did not come before the Board officially. George g. Cooper her attorney just before the Board adjourned asked a any member of the Board Quot to put the matter of miss Dickin songs reinstatement before the Board in a motion so a vote could be taken on the matter but his request was ignored. Ortonville paper is sold Ortonville Minn., May a the Ortonville Star a weekly newspaper Here was purchased by j. B. Farris of Troy Mont. Or. Fanis already has taken Possession. Protection from Moths have your Winter garments dry cleaned before you store them this Spring. Dry cleaning protects from Moths. Phone 47 a on summer dresses thursday and Friday dresses for the summer Days in Georgette printed crepe and t us silk at greatly reduced prices for two Days Only. Start advertising or it brings results. Tbs Tribune cheap insurance Doe. Not always insure insurance is sold on the bans of Quality and rendered. That How our contract Are sold total $1,513.96 Start advertising in the Tribune la brings results. Albert Lea insurance Agency phone 16 incorporated 212 Broadway Sale $7.50 $9.98 Price $13.50 $14.95 try our Hose in Chiffon and service blouses weight from 89c and $1.00 $2.00 to $7.50 the style shop

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