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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 12, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Paul Tjuk Crochet a Isca hats in soft pliable you can put them in your pocket. I h e y have a Flower on the Side. They Are really a $5 hat. Only a $3 iss Rabi Smied 10m 19 Pursuit planes finish Long flight san Antonio May 12.�? a Nineteen Pursuit planes from Sel fridge Field mick., swooped Dow ii to Kelly Field Here shortly before fresh mint sunlit jell for making vegetable and Coni Bina tion salads As a Garnish or to nerve with roast meats in place of mint sauce is Dainty delicious j and refreshing. It s Green and j made from fresh mint leave a a j most pleasing table decoration. Your grocer has mint Flavoured Sun lit or can get it. Obtainable Only in sunlit. J 6 of clock wednesday afternoon completing one of the greatest formation flights the it. S. Army Ever attempted. The Squadron made the trip of 1,340 Miles in approximately twelve and one half hours flying time. The planes left Selfridge Field at 4 50 a it. Yesterday and maintained an average of 115 Miles an hour. Stops were made at Scott Field Bellevue hi., and Muskogee okla. Insects help town bombed England. Tampa it Eis of this town Are saved hundreds of pounds a year by a tiny Blue insect called the Pintail with ii Keps sewage alters clean. Fashions favorite footwear for their outstanding style and surpassing Quality women prefer these shoes. The Fine unusual leathers and tone co. every detail of craftsmanship speak distinction and uncommon Ness. There is a smart new Model for every woman and every occasion. Come in and Admire them one of our expert fitters will assist you in a selection. Correct style expert fitting paint t. L. Blood a paint is a proven Success 43 years of testing and improving and thousands of dollars expended has made this paint the Best that can be had. You get the Benefit of this in every can. Come in and let our paint expert show you How you can save by using t. L. Blood a paint paint for every purpose the evening Tribune. Albert Lea Minn. Thursday May 12, 1927 nine Young women Are graduated annual ceremonies for graduation of Naeve Hospital nurses took place last evening a. E. Haugen of St. Paul gave graduating address at the first presbyterian Church friends of nurses and the Hospital gathered last evening to attend the annual graduation of the nurses from the Naeve Hospital training school. Nine Young women received their degrees at the end of an impressive and very Good program. The graduates included Kina Cady latin Kaasa Evelyn Nystuen Dorothy Hesterman Mary Kippen Pearl Hartz Linda Steele. Marvyl Gilstad and Ruth Olson. Their lass colors were of Green and Gold while each graduate carried a huge Arni bouquet of Ophelia , the class Flower. Their motto is an appropriate one a Success crowns j. E. Haugen of St. Paul was the principal speaker of the evening. His talk was one which interested All As Well As the graduates. He mentioned the types of hospitals and their value As training centers for nurses. He spoke highly of the smaller hospitals such As our own for the put rect training of nurse. The following program was presented. Pastorale Guilmant piano mrs. C. L. Blunt Organ miss Sadie Bliss invocation or. N. P. Patterson i l a. Bells of memory. Parks Moore my Creed Elizabeth Garrett High school girls glee club class paper miss Lai la Kaasa the House by tile Side of the l of j Kenneth Clark the Nightingale has a Lyre of Gold Whelpley Marguerite Eiben hours address or. J. E. Haugen presentation of diplomas a miss King be diction or. Patterson postlude grand choir Dubois miss Sadie Bliss after exercises at the Church the nurses with their immediate friends the local doctors and their wives members of the Board and mrs. Walter Olson and mrs. J. W. Gamble were joint hostesses to the ladies Aid and missionary society of the first Baptist Church wednesday afternoon at the Home of the former on Vine Street. After the business session the missionary topic a moslem women was presented in a very interesting Way by mrs. Alter Carlsen. 1 75-year-old Man seeks divorce from 70-year-old wife Chicago. May 12.�? a marriage annulment proceedings of i Abram Mayer 75-year-old Suspender Salesman of Milwaukee were the altar Guild of Christ i filed in Superior court against episcopal Church will hold a regu a Bride Dora who is pasta leg Lar meeting this evening at Mueller ins he was tricked into marrying Hall. All members Are urged to be her last no Ember. 4 present. Auxiliary and a few guests were invited to a reception at the interstate Hall. Congratulations were extended the graduates after which the guests found their places at the prettily decorated tables. Smilax was used As the chief Floral decorations. The nurses sat at a special table with their special guests. Mrs. Sam Hanson president of the auxiliary introduced the persons who were on the Short after dinner program. Mrs. Vav. S. Hal Orson read a very entertaining piece and six of the undergraduate nurses Sang two elections. The event As usual was a very successful one and a Happy Climax to the nurses years of training. Man who can argue and wrong to by new York butter and eggs new York. May 12 a butter Market firm. Creamery higher than extras .4�?T5% to .45. Eggs weak Resit gathered extras first .25 to 5%. Met news Chicago potato Market Chicago May 12 apr potato Market 17 new Stock 43 old Stock. Market steady. Minnesota sacked russet $3.40. Wisconsin racked round Whites mostly $3.10 to $3.20. Jewel hardware co. I phone 107 Albert Lea Minneapolis potato and Hay Market Minneapolis May 12�? a potato Market stronger asked Hun died weight round Whites its. No. $2 70 to $2.00. Minneapolis Cash Grain receipts 132 car compared is till 104 a year ago. Nor. Wheat no. I 1.40t� to 1.42% v Ellow Corn no. S -85 to White Oats no. 3 .47 to .49% Bailey. 85 to -88. Rye no. 2 .1.03% to 1.06% flax. No. I3.27 to 2.35 Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Lea packing company. This Market is changed at t of clock each Day and la the 2 of clock Market report prime hogs 160-250 lbs .8.65 prime hogs 250-300 lbs .8.35 prime hogs 3tm -350 lbs .8 05 prime hogs 350 lbs and up. 7.80 Good Packer under 400 lbs .7 00 to 7.25 Choice calve 120 to 190 lbs. A 9.50 pigs under 170 lbs packers Over 400 lbs., rough pigs and Stags tried according to Quality. South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul May 12 a cattle receipts Market steady All killing grades steady run Light on a All branches steers and yearlings $9.25 to $10.00 she Stock $5.75 to 8.00 Cutter $4.50 to $5.5 to bulls $6.25 to $8.50 for mediums stockers Aud feeders steady bulk from $8.25 to $7.00. Calf receipt 1,800 realer steady to Strong Good lights $11.06 to $12.op. Hog receipts 7,000 Market slow weak to 25 cents lower packers $8 75 to $9.25 shippers bidding Iii to $9.50 tor Light sorts bulk sow $8.00 pigs steady mostly $11.00. Sheep receipt too Little change hum wednesdays close. Minnesota state experimental Creamery state Creamery butter Price 4�c 5 la. Jars 47c at All stores f. E. Weyerhaeuser of St. Paul gives $100,000to Church Chicago May 12.�? a a gift of $100,000 by Frederick e. Weyerhaeuser of St. Paul Minn., of the Weyerhaeuser lumber family was announced by the presbyterian ministerial pension fund committee. It the fourth largest donation and the aged bridegroom set out in the Bill that he married the woman As a helpmate in declining years having been led to believe she was Hale and Hearty and Able to take care of household. Instead he said he found her to be older than he had expected and too feeble even to take care of her . Mayer says he had to carry her from the train when he returned to Milwaukee after the wedding Here and that the next Day she fell and injured her . Sending her Home to her daughter is the fourth largest donation Auu m f Gaid she again fell due to of the sum $75,000 is to be used her infirmities and broke her leg toward defraying the expenses of a a regut it Mayer said he was the Campaign and the remainder would be allocated to the fund in localities of the Northwest. Too Many places have been compelled to observe cleanup week with morning As a result Mayer said he was forced to resume doing own housework and wants to continue to do so but for himself Only. We All need service like that of the movie director to Tell us when inst i Adit and a hold inviting Day ahead Are your eyes properly protected ? you will enjoy your summer trip because our and sport glasses rest the Eye. Walter b. Lyon o. D. Your optometrist third floor Home invest. Bldg. . Common on trading new York May 12 a common Stock of the United states steel corporation issued to take care of the 40 per cent Stock dividend amounting to 2,083,210 shares was included in a score of issues admitted to trading on new York Stock Exchange today. A soft answer turn eth away Wrath but a soft pedal never Wen a six Day bicycle race Indianapolis Star. Brett a 59th anniversary Sale ends saturday our anniversary presents an unusual Sale of Coats plenty of styles and sizes to make your selection easy. The material Are wills tweeds Kasha and satins. All Are fur trimmed. $14.50 $21.50 $27.50 $37.50 suits at anniversary prices smartly tailored suit. Of wills. string and tweeds. Sizes 16 to 40. $21.00 printed crepe it Chines 40 inches wide $1.49 a Yard neat Geometric and Floral designs excellent Quality. 12 Pongee Yard 49c Wash sport flannel for summer dresses. 2 7 inches Able. Eight new shades to select from. I or Yard wide Ani 98c Wash suits and dresses for boys and girls 2 to 8 years the materials Are fast colors the styles Are the newest so Well made. Dozens of styles to choose from at $1.00 new handbags just received $2.95 dresses 400 silk dresses in our anniversary Sale at prices you can afford to buy your summer Supply. Every dress is at a discount. Two special lots $9.85 $14.85 coloured Lustrous Rayon bedspreads these any woman will be proud to have one of Beautiful spreads. They Are 81x105 and come in Blue. Rose. Gold and Orchid. $4.48 anniversary Price. W Bridge set of italian round thread coloured thread 36 inches Square with four napkins. All Linen crash lunch cloths with attractive coloured Borders of Rose Green Gold and Blue each. Linen hand embroidered with fas $2.95 98c Are Pouch and underarm bags in new shapes. Leathers include Lizard Alligator Grain and coloured Patent. Metal and covered frames top and Back straps. Fitted with mirrors and Coin purse. Here All thard. Silk gloves $1.00 ladies Fine silk gloves with contrasting cuffs. Colors Tan Grey and White. Bors a a Nice soft Batiste with coloured Borders that Yoti can boil. 49c silk scarfs 99c made of printed Georgette and crepe de Chine. Just the thing to Wear with your coat. Auto Wale Kitchen scale 99c 25 la. Capacity excellent for household use. Bargain basement specials Kleen sweep carpet sweeper $1.39 docs the work just like the More expensive ones. Premier hot or cold food or liquid Container just what you will need for your picnics and vacation trips $1.49 6 for Rayon bloomers and Chemise 97c eight Pax sanitary Napkin 25c Pepperell t a Bing 24c a cd. Bleached 42 inches wide Pillow tubing 16c a cd. A Fine unbleached Muslin 45 inches wide. Fancy Cre tonnes f m curtain fiets 19c a cd. These Are 36 inches we Ide Many Tyles to choose from. 29c Small neat designs make up this group 36 inches wide

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