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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 14, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Saturday May 14, 1927 the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Page five Albert Lea High band wins first at state contest Albert Lea High band May go to National contest state honors entitle band to enter contest at Council Bluffs win other honors at University. 1 Shalbert i a High school band is in the direction of professor j Rente j. Emmons As awarded plate in class b n the third a ii state music contest conducted t the University of Minnesota Oil thursday. I addition to winning first place ii tills class they won second in a special Quot Sun Petit Ion a poll a red by the music supervised National conference and the \ ional Bureau for the Advance-1, it of music. The Albert Lea t i l competed against South High ii Minneapolis the Winner and oui entry in class a. These honors entitled the Albert i i band to compete with bands in own class in the National con to be held in Cut Mil Bluffs ii in a few Days. I winning first place honors Alin a Lea Defeated Elk River \ int video. These bands Ond and third respectively and pied Tate Syd opposition. In i is c. Ortonville a first pres a second and barn Ville third. The High was the Only entrant in a. All told there were seven t is three in classes b and c a i one in class a. Is. Pella was a name of the. Picked for a petition. Orchestra ranks third i the Competition for top honors ii t lass b. Orchestra. Albert Lea m third place. The winning Orth Ira of this class was and placed place in division b and c for the oboe. Earl Olson was the Winner. Fairmont took first place. The local school did not place in some of the other contests entered. Scout news Harry Nelson. Editor done to fail to hear final of the series Stanley Deacon american baritone to give last concert of Beethoven course on next thursday evening. First Church of Christ scientist. Corner Adams Avenue and West Clark Street. Services 1q �?T45 a. In. Subject a mortals and immortals Quot All Are Welcome. Salvation army services of sunday 11 00 a. In. 12 to school. 8 00 p. service. Services through the week on tuesday thursday and saturday evenings. Capt. M. Craig officer in charge Synod lutheran Church sunday May 15 sen ices in English at 11 00 a m. Services in norwegian at 2 30 p. In. Sunday school following the morning service. A verily verily. I say unto you. Whatsoever be shall ask the father in my name he will give it Job. 16 23. C. J. Quill. Pastor. A Adam and Eva to be Given at Academy three act comedy will be Given monday evening of seniors of Luther institution. Interesting trip last evening there were i to scoutmaster and or. Nash who took their cars Imd a few scouts of this City to Blue Earth. There was a general meeting of All the boys surrounding and also for the Benefit of the boys who Are not in scouting. There were about 125 boys gathered in the auditorium to learn the real meaning of scouting and to or Stanley Deacon the baritone who sings thursday May 19, in the High school auditorium is said to have one of the largest operatic repertoires of any baritone now before the Public. It includes the baritone roles of 25 grand operas and in addition those of ten Light the bulk of his operatic exited ence has been with the Boston grand opera company and the Century company of new York. He has been heard in opera in Chicago however has toured with i in it Mother companies Aud since being ii Ranize troops where troop. Ai necessary but Are not established. There were also several scout Mast ers and committee men who Are very enthusiastic about scouting. The a a of Grady Drill was played in charge of or. Nash. I he Hist game and the first time for the boys to get caught they took and of it and there were about cent of the boys that sat the majority of the boys Vantage 70 per Down. Called to the leadership of the opera department of the Horner Institute Kansas City conservatory in Kansas City mo., he has appeared numerous times As guest baritone with the Kansas City civic grand opera company. But his real love is the concert stage because As he says it is the most difficult of All places a Singer May find himself. A in opera there is the orchestra the presence of Doz there last evening the Leal need to join scouting and the boys the costume who Are in troops Are going to ens of other persons to protect a reorganize so that they May have Man Quot he says. A even in oratorio a new View of scouting and will there is a chorus and tin orchestra hereafter work harder for Advance each of which furnishes contrast Nunt Aud thus simplifies the problem of All went Well with everything j the soloists. The Way Back to Albert worship. Making of first Baptist Church 45 Ani. Bible school. James Debuhr supt. 11 00 Anthem. Sermon a the a 7 00 y a u. 8 00 pm evening Quot Buzzy and Stewart boy preachers who have such widespread interest service. Craw foul created in the i win cities and the Northern part of the state will bring their mess age to Albert Lea. Crowded houses Are greeting them every where. Everyone cordially invited. Arthur Hoag pastor a Madam and Eva Quot is to be presented by the senior class of Luther Academy in Academy Hall. Monday evening May 16, at 8 15 of clock. The scene of the play is Laid in the East with typical English characters. The part of Adam a business manager who is rather uncomfortably thrown into the posh Hon of father is being played by Henry Engrav. Eva the girl to whom Adam must act As father Anil with whom he is secretly in love is played by Roberta Mccormick. Her older j sister Julie is played by Margaret Larson. The sister takes a very interesting role being desperately in lox with her very aristocratic and sissified husband Clinton Dei Witt Sigvard Tweten. Dad King is a typical father who rushes about madly and does i succeed 111 doing anything but spoil his daughters and slam his relatives. This character is Alvin Lewis. The other characters Are or. Delanater. Lord Andrew Gordon Lawrence Uncle Horace. Conrad aunt Abby. Helen Bugge Carinthia parlor maid. Elsie our Gas is As Good or better our Price is As Low or lower until further notice 13c plus tax Geneva i the regular monthly serving by the m. E. Aid ladies will be Given next thursday when a five of clock supper will be served in the Hall. Sidney All Are invited. Salem English eve. Lutheran United Luther n Church school 9 45 acts 2. Worship 11 00 prelude Quot Rorn Anrew a Shelley. Trio of . Girls will sing Quot my Creed Quot by Garrett. Sermon a when Jesus goes the spirit evening worship 7 30. Ber subject Quot have be received the holy ghost since be believed a Anthem a i could not do without a not by might nor by rower but by my spirit Saith the in Ord you will find in the preaching and in the entire ministry of this Church a simple Reliance on the Power of gods spirit working through the Means of Grace the word and Sac laments. Through these channels of Grace souls Are Savin Gly related to j Caus i Brist and built up in Faith and Good works. You Are invited to worship with us. a Haker pastor notice get the Habil of spending your last sunday evening in i inhouse of god that you May know god is Hen it of stand Belore him on eternities Shore. Or. Thorvald and Otto Sorenson Are still receiving donations for tin suffering South. Let us get it All ill this coming week if possible. A w Cleome to All. Ii w Hondo pastor. 2 30 until on Lea. Or. Jenson caught up to a Aurora i Hudson car Aud shortly after a smoke screen was thrown before him so that it was almost impose after the Iii sleepy Eye v j second. I prizes the band was awarded Hudson ii or Loving cup Aud each Mem tas Given an individual trophy. I smoke had gone a a a h a Bronze Tablet was tin reboot. Rim band under the direction of i Emmons has put in some very i work Aud they deserve to be it to Council Bluffs to compete i higher honors. At the present time it is nude a led As t whether or not the or g Ai Ion can be sent to the Conte it. Win other honors in addition to the first place won i the bund and third by the or in Ira the Albert Leah go school a warded first place in the sol Iii icon of the contest which was Bel i yesterday. Joseph Calhoun won first honors in the Cornet concretion and Oscar Buhl won first in the trombone class. Albert Lea was awarded second but in recital there is nothing whatever excepting a piano to support one. There Are no Scenic effects the lights Are Bright the audience in a sense aits out front and a dares you to do your Best. It is a problem that would arouse the fighting blood of any local girl is prize Winner Margaret Otteson receives first prize in Church essay connect. A of r. F us a Jim. Acain. There was a win y a loud and Bright Flash thrown out whose veins contain it the m the Boal of missionary co opera one Ion of the Northern Baptist conv. Ii Hon Lias appointed a stewardship from the car As if it were time to celebrate with the Flash crack ers by the looks of the smoke one would think that the car used soft Coal for fuel in place of gasoline. This car turned from the Highway towards Alden and the Follower thought that he stopped there to get More Coal. Lection of the voice or the turn jul which is cooperating inc of a phrase must suggest that. Emotion that one May fall in a with the educational department o singing of he denominational publication so faint to depict when Era. That a Why recitals Are fascinating they re difficult the concert is complimentary to holders of season tickets Anil sin another thought that came to the admissions will be fifty rents that he May have Follower was been shaking Down the ashes so that would be the cause for the smoke. Another May have been that every time he went across a bump in the Road it Shook the soot Loose from the Chimney. All got Back to the City Well and cold with great Success with the feeling Blat we had accomplished something that evening. Boy preachers will appear Here sunday we sell Diamond tires Gas and Oil Conny Lite Simp one half Block South of courthouse next Sam was an old Southern Darkey whose amiability would never permit him to acknowledge a thing could not be done even though lie was utterly at a loss As to procedure. He was called by a tenant in the Flat where he was janitor to examine a Leaky pipe a Quot f the Lus Ltd. 0f a Buzz a and St. A could find that leak he 1 to Albert Lea a scratching a bewildered head. Hen do a a them adding in a bursting inspiration awaken a ref i could jest locate it. and also the Young Peoples Baptist Union of America. These two bodies Are working together with the Baptist Board of education the stewardship committee has just carried on a contest divided according to Ages into four groups. On of the local girls. Margaret it tenon daughter of Obi sheriff. Ltd Lei Ell into the contest in group a pupils from 12 to 14 Yogi of a. A the paper should discuss the subject. A How a an i become a partner with god Anil from Soo to 700 swords could be used it was a very pleasant Surprise when i Margaret the other Day received a communication from tie Steward i ship committee and the Baptist York Cornin of Youthful 5 lists awakens wide interest Rizin la it. in Cia a u. A crowds Inlo cd is 1>v, hot a hon0�?~ of by Ink Llu a a Drew great twin cities Only prize Winner for the state of Minne Ola and receiving first prize in a comes embracing 36 states of the in Ion miss Margaret Civ olt a a Check for $5- from that detail Needle Rector the department. It is s to say that she is very Start advertising in the Tribune la brings results. Happ and that Ber mends Are re joking with her in the outcome of to the contest. It is also a great Hon make Money buy Graham Brothers trucks 3/4 i i it 2-ton r. P. Stanton Corner Newton amp main its. Two unusual boys have attracted Gie attention of thousands of people in the twin cities. Sons o a if her. Pm. Fat or. He v were invited to Young a Chi they have held one of its members carrying Horn largest tiles honors. Its intermediate department to have i effect thai i other churches services in Man i churches. La a the first Baptist and or. John Brigg Lawn Park Baptist Church had the for two Servia a they trave j part of the state in Chapel holding Street meetings and conducting evangelism Servici several of the Range towns. I will have charge of the the first Baptist Church sunday evening there will Lof by kind. But a free will offering will be received. Of the m Mcdonald of Church St. Paul of the Wood a in both churches led through the Northern a Large Auto meetings Ai in they in a be no charge much admired she was fashionably dressed and ornamented. After examining he r carefully the doctor finally said a Madam you have acute tonsils the patient blushed and and muted a yes so Many have admired it but a hat i came to see about doctor was Why my Resolution introduced by Alderman Carty Albert i a. Mine. May 12. It-�?T7. Be it resolved by the City Council of i City of Albert Lea that the City water Mains of said City of Albert Lea be extended and constructed upon the following streets or portions of streets inlaid City a on Ramsey St. From Pillsbury by. To Columbus ave. B Oil Marshall ave. Rom Pillsbury ave. To Columbus ave Ltd on Gal i Field ave. From Ramsey by. To mar shall aved on St. Thomas St i from Ramsey by. To Marshall ave., j e on Columbus ave. From ram soy St. To Marshall ave., f on Cedar ave. From Sunset ave. To Elmira St., g on sixth St i rom is j Joseph St. To Frank St the on Freeborn St. Soul ii from Johnson i St., a distance of 150 feet and i 1 on s Newton St., from 5th St. To 7th St., that the City Engineer pros it it it to said Council within thirty Days 1 the estimates of Cost Plin and specifications As required in Horas 01 other Public improvements. Passed May 12, 1927. Christian Andersen. President of the City Council attest c j Dudley. City clerk approved May 12, i 27 Frank s. Faville mayor 114 or _ Resolution introduced by Alderman sortie Albert Lea Minn. May 12, 1927. Ii. It Renoir a by the City Coon Ell of the City of Albert Lea thai whereas a special election was heretofore rills called b said City Council by Leso ution passed March 17, 1927. And which h special election was Loki in said City on May to 1927, pursuant thereto at which tie question of the adoption of the new City charter tor said City prepared by tile City Harter commission and on i in the office of the City clerk and whereas the total vote cast at said special election was 1296, being 792 votes in favor of said prop position and 504 votes against the. Ame and whereas it is by Law provided that said proposition must pass by a Tom sevenths majority of All votes cast at raid up isl election the number necessary for adoption being 741, now there lore la it resolved that said charter be and i i he same hereby is declared duly i adopted As the Home Rule charter of said City. To Uke effect t As therein set Forth. Passed May 12. 1927. Christia it Andersen president of the City Council pattern c j. Dudley City clerk. Approved May 12, 1927. Frank s. Faville mayor 114 or in in methodist Church 9 45 a in. Sunday school. St auction in t he guide Book for inanity a specially. I do morning Sermon Sui Jeet a in business with sue res. Or failure it a Boih Lime and eternity May be traced to til Ani tilde one takes to the venture of going into business with god since so much depends upon that sen Ture its consideration is of the utmost importance. Envelopes will be distributed to All who wish to make an offering to the flood Sui fevers along tie Mississippi 6 45 pin. Epworth league. Special subject Quot measuring up to our 7 30 . Sermon topic a tile intervention of god in Hie affairs of men a this is Hie first in a series on the same Topi and will Endeavor to Trace evidences of a supreme being in activities that have made history and the in writ ten record abound in items Trace to la it supernatural. K. Horn pastor full gospel Mission 119 Vav. College St. Sunday school and Bible Iasi 1 30 . Preaching services Bundu and 8 00 . Wednesday and Friday 8 00 p in. Everybody Welcome. La c. Lai Dahl pastor first lutheran Church divine service sunday morning at 11 00 of clock k in the English Lair Guage and at 9 30 in the norwegian language. Sunday school at 9 50 at the Church and 9 30 at the Academy and North Side broaches. The senior choir will be in tilt Oscar Dahl Winner of the state contest will play a trombone Solo As offertory. Tho Sermon subject will be a a Christ a Glo ions Church. J. C. K. Preis pastor. That settled Kansas City Kau a Man does no to have to listen to his wife talk if to does t want to county judge o. A. Miller. Messes. L. O. Holmes and Geo. D. Holmes the former of Owatonna. Were business callers in Albert Lea wednesday. Mrs. Thro. Chambers of Owatonna visited a couple of Daya Here at the Home of her brother i. B. Arnold mid w if so returned to her Home thursday. A delegation of ladles some seven members of the study club went to Waseca Friday of last week to attend the convention of Federated clubs. L. W. Johnson drove Over with his car and mrs Clarence Nelson took several of the ladles in her cur. Prof. Geo. Jones and wife went Over in the evening a very profitable and in treating time was enjoyed. The last meeting of the Parent teachers association for th1 school year was held last week thursday evening when a Hue pro Gram was Given. New officers Foi j the next school year were also elected. Mrs. Clarence Nelson president mrs. Carl Knudson vie president mrs. To. H. Jones i Anc ret Ary and miss Goldie belter treasurer. After the business Sebion refreshments were serve i and a social hour enjoyed Frank Kingsley and his son j Howard of new Richland were i business visitors Here wednesday loft j or. Kingsley was a resident Here in the Early Days. His wife mrs. Nettie Kingsley also Well known Here is at this time in very poor health. She recently underwent an examination at the Mayo clinic her condition is said to be very critical caused by a cancerous growth. J mrs. Kibble Schall ruins the shopping visitors i last wednesday. Wan among ii Albert Lea Abl Calvary Baptist Church a the Church that cares College and Euclid streets 9 45 a Iii to by school with classes for Young a id old we have three class for Young and Oller men and several classes for women. Boys and girls Ai in a trusted in their of n department divided into classes. Vav Welcome anyone to oui school a i. It Arisen supt. 10 45 worship in danish Sci by pastor Quot a Root out of a dry ground Quot 7 00 pm. Ileri dial and senior . Meetings. All Young people Are Welcome. 8 00 pm services in English til pastor will give a few remark. Regarding Ilia Mont Ana trip and exhibit Ariole produced in dial stat. The Sermon following will embrace the subject a doing the impossible this will be a a that should interest and helpful to All do not miss it worship with us i fun Edmal and minister be you Throat hurts weekly. So cappers girl saves train Nashville id walking on the Illinois general Railroad tracks near Here Mary Brock twelve inc. Phone Hoo the great Pursuit Buu Eifolla Quot up Baldhead and years old. Daughter of s k Brock wrinkles on the boy cd Chsn ter Day that if More mothers a Beautiful pane passenger train with her apron. It strippers we d has e j fam of a modern world pers. Overheard a nun sat atop de in time. Trinity lutheran Church sundays it Bool at to of clock. Ltd is Mission Day for tim sunday school. please remember. God loves a cheerful giver let us bring up our children that they May a cheerful givers danish service at la of clock. Subject a i Tell you the tire danish choir will Lead the song at this service. Get the inspiration English service at 8 o clock. The English choir is doing its Best to make our services pleasing to god Ami Roan let us All do likewise. The subject at this service will be a a Ami weaning activity a men Art dying no us on a a it 7 of is the time to Trade in your car demand for motor cars new or used is greater now than at any Oiler season of the year so now is the time to Trade in your present car and get a Buick. Talk to your Buick dealer. Let him advise you How to get a fair Price quickly for your car and at the same time to have the pleasure of owning a Beautiful new Buick. 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