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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 12, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday May 12, 1927the evening Tribune Albert Lea. Minn. Page five mothers and daughters hold banquet business and professional women hold annual event and As usual it was big Success. By Josephine Dominick in a Bower of soft Spring Colorina g the mothers of Albert Lea musings and professional women gather d last evening for their annual mothers Day banquet. Even Belat. Summer w Eather had not robbed the tables of summer blooms and in addition at each place a Lovely Pink Rose echoed its soft Blush on both mothers and daughters clerks. A delectable dinner occupied the guests for the first hour. This was interspersed with suitable club songs led by Naomi Larson. The program opened with a Beautiful pantomime showing the mothers of America the Pilgrim Mother the Pioneer Mother and last the modern Mother her daughters pal and Friend. The last picture was portrayed by a club member or. Earley and daughter. The pantomime was beautifully done and most impressive. Mrs. Gladys Berntson then Sang Quot Little Mother of mine a and a charming Story song of the second minuet. Mrs. Berntson has a Lovely voice and Sang with a sweetness and Charm All her own. Miss Fellows then presented mrs. Dominick who prefaced her part of the program with a Toast to mothers Day not one Day but 365 Days in the year. This was followed by a series of pictures thrown on the screen by or. Gunderson of the interstate Power company. About sixty pictures were shown much to the Delight of both daughter and Mother. From dimpled Babyhood and Happy girlhood to motherhood itself the pictures unfolded. The Marvel of it All was that so Many had retained their Babyhood looks and were easily placed. There were staid Young business women with dogs and Kittens. Styles that change and change was a pronounced feature of the showing. At a late hour the Gay party broke up each Mother declaring As she has each year since the custom was inaugurated Quot the Best mothers party the girls feel deeply indebted to the interstate Power company and or. Gunderson for the loan of the picture machine and also the operation of it to or. Aitchison for the picture screen and to Brett a and ter its usual course to new York the new York fashion Flowers and decorations. The new York fashion shop for so As to parallel the air route of the fliers. From Maryland to the northernmost Point of the new England coast boats of the coast guard took Distant port reports whirr of ship hear Diu is Hunt a a do a r i at Washington that the search i would be extended to mid Atlantic. In Canada the maritime province continued from Page i new York May 12.�? apr the joined in the Rescue attempt on the eyes of the world were still turned Chance that the French plane had upon the North Atlantic last night been brought Down in the icy Norand Hope refused to die that them Waters. Frances Quot White Birds a would be i Twenty coast guard patrol boats found somewhere in those watery and three coast guard air planes stretches with its two dauntless air were patrolling the new England men still alive. Coast for too Miles out to sea. Two Days ago the Clouds should eight destroyers had been taken have parted to reveal the Victor from other duty to concentrate ious approach of captains Nunges upon the search further from land ser and Coli the daring frenchmen and the Cutter Tampa which had who sought to wrest for their coun been watching for icebergs off the try the Honor of the first non Stop grand Banks was assigned a 1,200 White Bird was built to float indefinitely. Concentrated rations were carried by the aviators and unless the plane came Down in ice that ground it to bits airmen saw no reason yesterday Why the frenchmen might not still be alive. New York theatres yesterday re Vived the film Quot the air raiders a in which Nungesser starred two years ago. Lithographs of the French Ace displayed outside of theatres showing the film Drew Large crowds in the downtown sections. Flight from Paris to new York. But the Clouds rolled solidly across the sky a curtain shielding All from knowledge of whatever grim adventure had befallen the intrepid fliers. Organized search under Way the search for the aviators was fully organized and the United states coast guard was practically mile area Northeast of Boston. Liner ordered from course the liner France was ordered from its course to look for nun Gesser and Coli shortly before leaving Havre tonight for new York. It will take a course considerably North of the regular steamship lanes at one Point being practically 400 Miles North of its regular turned Over to the task of finding course. As it approaches the Nungesser and Coli. Grand Banks with the accompany besides that All ships in the big danger of icebergs it is expect North Atlantic were requested to cd to turn South again and Loop keep special Lookout for the fallen plane and the liner France received orders on the other Side to a1 Down to new York. All Hope for the missing aviators was based on the fact that the $2 Joo too free state suit ended hard to Tell Victor new York May 12.legal contest Over $2,500,000 subscribed in this country to the cause of the Irish Republic was settled yesterday but it was a bit hard to Tell just who was the Winner. Supreme court Justice Peters ruled that the Money should be returned to the subscribers deduction first being made for counsel fees and among the attorneys for the litigants Are some of the most eminent and most High priced lawyers in the country. No intimation was Given As to about How Many cents on the Dollar would be returned to the subscribers who bought Bonds to Aid the cause for a free Ireland. Ten of clock today say that attorney Sturtz made a very convincing one and did it in a dramatic order. Quot Bill so a a Young lawyer and a Comer. Case against City went to ii id Zahav de Pinedo pilots juju i a i his second p Ane whether Lionel Hallock and of wife Ruth get damages Philadelphia May 12,�? apr it i t a commander Francesco de Pinedo from City tor turning i a Ian Ace who is on a ,i. Turtle in Lake depends on nent tour by the air landed a1 4 32 p. In. Yesterday decision of jury. The Case of Lionel Hallock and his wife Ruth Hallock tried in the District court yesterday and today went to the jury at 10 55 of clock this morning and at the time of going to press they were still debating Over the matter. The Hillocks Are suing the City for $6,000 for injuries which they claim to have suffered some time ago when or. Hallock drove off the Jefferson Highway into the Fountain Lake Channel on the East Side of the Bridge Street Bridge. Mrs. Hallock is suing for $5,00 and or. Hallock for $1,000. Ii. Ii. Dunn is the attorney for the Hillocks and City attorney William Sturtz and attorney Lyle Ostrander Are de fending the City. Those who heard me pleas to the jury shortly before the Waters of the Delaware River opposite the Philadelphia Navy Yard. The italian Filer whose plane the Santa Maria was burned when about to take off from the Roosevelt dam. Arizona a month ago flew Here in the Santa Maria lf., the huge Savoia seaplane sent to this country from Italy by per in Mussolini for the completion of the trip. De Pinedo flew to Philadelphia from new York. He began his trip at Boston monday but was forced Down by fog at Norwalk conn., and again at new York. De Pinedo planned to leave today for Charleston South Carolina. If you Are immediately und r the Cloud you can to see the Silver lining. Wait a while. Auto and Windshield Glass for All cars prompt service prices right Day or night Midway motor co Vulcanizing Gas and Oil used tires new tires repairing Flats Auto accessories that s our business Economy lire shop one half Block South of courthouse h greater Stock sat the St. Paul clothing House newer styles later patterns larger assortments suits a for a men and boys new style suits 3-Button Coats Light and medium Light shades 2 pants $37.45 High school suits for graduation dark Blue and Grays in double breasted and single 2 pants $19.45 menus suits worsted materials in Blue Brown and Gray m $17.95 boys suits i Long i Short pants Vest Gray and Tan tweeds. $6.95 boys suits 2 Long pants up to 17 size. $9.98 boys top Coats Brownish tweeds Oft also Blue Grays sizes 2v2 up yet saw <3.95 menus hats Felt in Plain and fancy bands. Others at. Menus Caps All the latest styles a very a 4 a c plaids and twists 8-piece top and by Plain at. $2.98 furnishings underwear of All descriptions athletics Balbriggan in All styles menus Balbriggan Union suits a North Star Mills Long or Short sleeves. 75c menus athletic Union suits 72 by 80 cloth full Cut. All sizes. 48c menus work sox Black Brown Gray 2 for. 25c menus fancy Hose pair. 25c shirt Sale i lot of menus shirts neck hands or �4 m q Collar attached $2.25 values. A if a and another lot of menus shirts fast color in All shades Only. 98c boys blouses each. 48c boys shirts in Plain and Quot a a a fancy shades. A arc we hoc specials for the working Man menus Blue shirts All sizes. 48c menus overalls All sizes. Jackets to match. 89c Oshkosh by gosh overalls All styles. <1.69 shoes shoes largest Stock of menus oxfords shoes work shoes and High cuts for men and boys menus oxfords Black and Tan special. $2.98 menus oxfords Blucher styles and Bals Goodyear welts Tan and Black $3.95 a Walter Booth oxfords Best makes a m a and styles blonde Tan Black Bluch by a or styles Wing tips Only. Ita by w menus work shoes Outing Bals �4 o a Star Brand. V a by of Plain toe shoes Good wearing for 0 a Quot a work leather my in 0 menus 16-Inch top shoes Plain toe j Ujj m of and Moccasin leather soles. Tab a w children play sandals 4 Sta 81/2 to 11 Viz. La 0 w St. Paul clothing House a the store that Sells for less

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