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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota
1m evening Tribune. Albert Lea Minn. Page four weather Ideal for flying onit. Ocean route continued from Page i by Byrd nov Hie and Acosta amb that was Only for two Brief tests flights one for Speed and instruments. In the morning and one for Oas 13& plus 2c tax some Good used trucks for sole cheap 1925 int. 11 2-ton Speed 1923 . Stake body 1922 . Stake body 1923 Ford ton stake body Ford 1922 Jiffy dump Gas plus 2c i a Load with a weight of about 12,000 pounds in the afternoon. Bertaud gets big Surprise the Bellanca Lay in its hangar while the Crew slept off a stall night conference. Early yesterday bertaud issued from a conference with i Eine to announce that All was Well. And that he was to continue Asna is i tor. Irater Levine said that Berj Taud was definitely out that his successor had been selected and that the hitter s identity would not j be made Public until just before the hop off. I Triune trouble developed in re s plane shortly after it went on a second night yesterday i and the ship was brought Down Only ten minutes after . Mechanics immediately began to ing Down the Forward engine in the belief that the valve needed adjusting. Ship clothes to pans confident of Landing in Paris in the a America commander Byrd lieutenant Noville and Bert Acosta packed their civilian clothing in trunks today and shipped it on the Leviathan for Paris. Commander Hartley of the i via i than and his Wile paid a p 11 it j social visit to the flying Field by commanders Byrd and Hartley i a Long talk which was thought to Coner in weather conditions Atlantic. These have Given to the sufferers Friday May 20. 1927 editor Frances c. Walton. Telephone 722 ringtone and j. G. Mehl. Mrs. Sextet and daughter miss Molley of Owatonna were guests. Mrs. Sexier is the Mother of mrs. Mcgiffin. The Honor couple were presented red Crow fund for Mississippi River flood sufferers. 90.62 Loo or. And. Mrs. Lowell hide entertained eight of their friends last evening at their Home in the harm apartments on Broadway at a delightful bold a to we title Beautiful picture Ani mag. A a Al Quot Quot a Quot a a a Kwh by. late hour the hosiery served a off xxx will leave next monday to course lunch. Up hj8 do leg in the automatic e j Ari Telephone office of the Tri state one Hundred Tufts enjoyed company at Rochester the Benefit Bridge party which was Mcgiffin and family will re Given yesterday afternoon at Muel-1 a Albert Wijga Unell school is Lor Hall by the members of St. Hilda s Guild of Christ episcopal Joul Church. Attendants remarked that 4 4 the Parish House has never been so the Hillside club met at the attractively arranged As on this borne of mrs. Delos Cornick on occasion. The suggestion of Spring j North Pearl Street last evening was carried out in the decorations when she and mrs. Chester Jensen canaries in attractive cages were i Werf it joint hostesses. After their placed about the room and with j business session the women end Owers at each window an unusual effect was created. The event was a most successful one and one of much pleasure. 62.36 2.00 6.00 3.00 on the Early edition of Albert Lea paper is found representative of Tribune while visiting Harry strand Skov farm near Manchester gets copy of Albert Lea Enterprise. The Tribune is now in posses a i Ion of a copy of the old Albert 1 i Ca Enterprise ii it to june i is j the Albert Lea Enterprise has j Long since been consolidated will j the Tribune. Yesterday while a Tribune rep j in. Rota Tive was visiting the Harry Strandskov farm 3 Miles West of j Manchester he discovered this old opt of the in Terri or. Strandskov is remodelling awl plastering his Home. Laking off some of the old plaster it was Dis covered that Between the studding newspapers were used by the builder. They were pasted onto the outline Walls with Ordinary flour paste a the Tribune representative was looking the papers Over lie fan across the Enterprise copy. By pulling carefully he managed 10 get the paper from its place without doing much damage to it. The paper had the name or. Halvorson Quot stamped on the top. Showing that he was the Man who had subscribed for the paper nearly fifty years ago. -10.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 10.00 5.00 68.75 6.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 20.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 18.45 24.00 5.00 2.00 11510 previous total. A Friend. Norwegian lutheran Eon it Gat Ion of Oakland. A a or. And mrs. J. N. Brown Knute k. Knudson. William Nelson act Beer my pleasant school bist. No. To ulava Rohne teacher. 13.50 v. And mrs. Ole ? Nelson 10.00 lutheran congregation of Mansfield Rev. Geo. Kelm pastor. 8.ie in Philathea Chis of methodist a Church. Mrs. W. C. Christianson Edward Steele. Edna o. Erickson. A Friend. S. O. Simonson. . Loyrea of Albert Lea. Or. And m John q. Johnson and mrs. Norman a. Johnson Lerdahl. Or. And mrs. Charles wan Gen Lerdal. I George t. Johns it Lerdal s. M. Severson Hartland mrs. Harry Sherman and miss Helen Sherman. Albert i a milk co. A c. Jackman. I p. Larson. Or. And mrs. Dan Donovan Milwaukee r h. Employees 1. D. Edwards mfg co. Shop employees. Job Hanson and family it. 3.- i mrs. B. Waterman. Second contribution of Concordia lutheran chm re Rev. Ii. F. Pfeiffr pastor. I Concordia lutheran congregation Bear Lake Congre offering. Rev. Ii. Imbrock i pastor. Ladles Aid of German lutheran Church of a. Lea. W. In Irwin Freeborn. H. H. Lunte free nit. S. Doherty. Fret Hun. Ii. Q. Hunt. Freetown. Geo. Hunto Freeborn. Berey Olson Freeborn. B. L. Gardner. Freeborn. F. M. Buchanan Freeborn. F. M. Snyder r Reebok n Geo. P. I Uttin Freeborn f. Leonard Freeborn j. Vav. Johnson Freeborn. Miss Thrall and miss Halvorson Freeborn. N. C. Rasmussen Freeborn e. E. Peterson. Phils Thea class of larks 1 Rove. Dis. No. 94. London teacher miss Rockne. Bancroft betterment club. A John Anderson. Bist. 128. Helmer Spelde dust. 128 Henry Johnson. Thor Thor son. Miss Olga Amundson. Vining workers sewing club. Myrtle Farmers club. Or. And mrs. K. H. Bondiek son. A. Mechanical dept. Of Albert Lea packing co. A. N. Ii mry Box 93. Miss Hora Erickson. Henry Yost Emmons. T. K. Troe Emmons. Lueck Bande is drug to. ,. Farther Light society of Clarks Grove. School bist. No. 6. Miss Lees teacher. It. H. Nelson. Joyed a social time and refreshments were served at a late hour. 1 a Farewell party was Given last tuesday evening at interstate Hall by about fifty friends and rela Tives of or. And mrs. F. I Giffin. The Mcgiffin Are 1 a 4 group one of. In Epworth league of the methodist episcopal Church of which Ethel gripman is Captain enjoyed a picnic at Edge my water Park thursday night. The hav picnic was in the nature of a fare a of you want baking that Are Peri a feet in taste and tenderness h fat Are pure and wholesome use i cd incr the 1 worlds greatest baking powder Mictl Paftinos easier its double acting we a a a thaw thou of any a the Brand children a silk Dre prices Elyott Johnson. Popular 119 or ing for their new Home in Rochester Minn. Cards were played during the first part of the evening and dancing followed. The head prize winners in the card games were mrs. C. W. Hise and l. Ellson while the Consolation prizes went to mrs. Melvin War Well party on their president. Prof. Grinnell who will leave in the near future. Or. Grinnell was presented with a leather hand painted address Book As a Token of remembrance and appreciation of his wonderful work with the league in j the past year. Local news on business of. K. Table of Minneapolis was in the City today attending to some business matters. From cities a mrs. F. C. Diedrich has returned from an extended visit with relatives in the twin cities and will remain in the City indefinitely at her Home in the Nelson apartments Oer the St. Paul clothing store. Coat prices Johnson a. Slashed at h Elliott-119 or from Northwood miss Naomi Torgerson and Lier parents of Northwood were in the City today doing some shopping in the local stores. Dorothy Gray internationally Beauty expert 49.25 10.00 1.00 i 1.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 6.00 5.00 1.00 �?�3.00 1.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 8.00 6.50 10.00 .50 .20 1.00 1.00 .00 .00 of 20.50 2.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 5.00 to Montana or. And mrs. Frank Curtis who have been spending the past several months in the City As guests of her parents or. And mrs. Gullick Bagely of the North Side and with other relative have returned to Montana. Before coming Here they were located at Chouteau but will locate at another place at this time. New York butter and eggs new York. May 20�? apr butter and eggs steady. No quotations. Shopped thursday or. And mrs. E. J. Anderson of Hartland were among the out of town shoppers in i Albert Lea yesterday and while Here called on friends. Running now a the drinking fountains have been turned on and Are All running in Good shape except the one in front of the Brett store which is broken. Super fix Leaden Robert Anderson stated today that the fountains were turned j on some time ago. I service a Trinity lutheran has til following services sunday morning and evening an English service. The choir will sing at both services. An English service at Geneva at 2 30. A confirmation class will be starter t Geneva. All wishing to partake please enrol sunday. Ii. W. Bonito. Spent the Day or. And mrs. J. P. Jenson of Freeborn were in the City yesterday attending to business matters and enjoying the Day with friends. Wednesday visitor a Clarence Midge and Frank chrs of Oakland called on wednesday at the a. T. Wysong Home in Manchester and spent the Day. Critically Iii friends of Thomas Fogerty will be sorry to learn that he is critically ill at his Home on South Broadway. Or. Fogerty is suffering with heart trouble. Returned to Michigan or. And mrs. E. K. Prichett of grand rapids mich., returned to their Home after a Short visit with their Niece mrs. E. Ii. Ruhsam and family. Here yesterday or. And mrs. Fred Holway and or. And mrs. Argyle Holway of Alden were All Albert Lea callers yesterday who did some shopping and called on relatives. Services services next sunday at Hayward in the English language at 11 00. The White Robed sunday school children will sing at trondhjem of 2 30 English. Y. P. Society at Hayward at 8 00 . Fritz pastor. Silk dresses $2.98 Elliott Johnson. 3-98. All col i loll "n\\7nn invitation or for you / comr and see for yourself the simplicity and satisfaction of cooking and baking with a reliable Gas Range with Lorain red wheel. Chicago potato Market Chicago May 20�? apr potato Market new Stock 39 old Stock 47. Market about steady Wisconsin sacked round Whites $3.50 to $3.60. 10.00 1.75 2.00 Minneapolis potato and Hay Market Minneapolis May 20�?jap potato Market Dull sacked Hundred weights round White . No. I $3.25 to $3.35. Nicely located the Albert Lea building and in it an association is now nicely located in their new offices on the third floor of the Al Bert Lea state Bauk building. Miss Thora Possum who Lias recently returned from an enjoyable visit in Minneapolis Cash Grain California has accepted a position receipts 121 cars compared with ,n the association and has now Minneapolis Cash Grain $3028.73 she discovered where 97 a show age just age shows first at one of three Tell l \ tale places. By Lier skillful preparations anti treatments for counteracting the approach of age Dorothy Gray has won International recognition. 139 a year ago. North wheat no. I 1.13 to i 16 yellow Corn. No. 3 .894 to .904 White oat. No. 3 .37% to .49 Barbeyto 90rye no. 21 0574 to 1,0774 flax no. I 2.27% to 2.37% car takes dive near Decorah i Man killed second victim near death both men Young Sattre Farmer. Albert Lea livestock reported daily by the Albert Lea packing company. This Market is changed at 2 of clock each Day and is the 2 of clock Market report Prima hogs 160-2 lbs .8.90 prime hogs 200 250 lbs. 8.60 prime hogs 250 300 lbs .8.35 prime hogs 300-350 lbs 7.15 Good puckers under 400 lbs.7.2a to 7.50 Choice calves 120-190 of. 9.00 pigs under 170 lbs., packers Over 400 lbs., roughs pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. From motor trip or. And or. J. S. Mcneill and two daughters Evelyn and Geraldine with or. And or. J. P. Nelson of Bridge Street have returned from a two weeks visit at Gensea 111. They made the trip by motor. Or. And mrs. Nelson have just recently been married and the trip was a honeymoon trip for them. Services first lutheran Church of Glenville. Sunday school at 9 30 . English confirmation services j sunday morning at 10 30 of clock j special music by the choir. Offering to Home missions. There will j be communion service sunday evening at 7 30 of clock a cordial invitation is extended to All. A. C. Korsrud pastor. Delegation lined up a Largo delegation has been lined up to go to Owatonna Friday May 20, to represent Austin in the1 hearing which will be conducted in that City at to of clock by the state High Way commission on the location of Highway 40 Between Blooming Prairie and Owatonna. Since the distance by automobile Between Austin and Northern Points is affected by the hearing this City is asked to be represented a the i hearing. The delegation is in to Oregon mrs. Bans Peterson charge of e. M. Duane and anyone left wednesday noon for her Home who is Able to accompany the Detent eugeneore., after spending the nation is requested to notify him a past few weeks in the City with Rel Austin Berald. Lowest prices in town Bailey Reynolds electric co know a by the goods we sell Albert Lea Minn. A buy a table Quot a of course if you do buy a table it will be voluntary on your part. A a Bill Bowers and his committee members Are sure that every one who does Quot buy a table will get value received a even if the table Isnit mahogany. Further details Are Given in another article in tonight a Tribune. With the association and has now started Lier new duties. Ladies and children a raincoats Elliott Johnson. 119-lr natives and old friends. She came especially to visit Orth her Mother mrs. Simonton of South Broadway. Mrs. Peterson is a former resident of this place and during her visit has had an enjoyable time renewing acquaintances. Building station or. Oscar c Olson of third Avenue we it is hav ing a new filling station erected on mrs South Broadway. The place is be a half ing put up just where the Jefferson Grove. Services there will be services at the North Church next sunday May 22 at la of clock and in the English language. The Central Luther league meets in the exiling at 8 30.�?f. Magels Soo. A Good kind in visiting local farms this week our representative stopped at the Home of or. And m. Jepson who live one and Miles Southeast of Poplar lie was very much impress next week Only your Beauty problems May be discussed next week with miss Gray a personal representative at our store. She comes direct trom Dorothy Gray s filth Avenue Salon Lier advice is without charge. At our toilet goods department All next week. Skinner Chamberlain amp co Decorah May 20�?kenneth Ellingston. Young Sattre Farmer is j dead and Carl Jacobson also a Sattre Farmer is near death Iii a Hospital Here As the result of a automobile Accident which took j place on tie lock t Road about it three Miles North of town thurs i Day night As near As can be do i term led the Accident occurred j about 7 o clock . I Jacobson is differing Tom a be _ Ere Skull fracture am possible j 9 75 Buik Sov got a injuries. At the lad report i he was still unconscious j there were no wit in aes to the i a Ideal. A passing Motorist found Jacobson and the body of Al Ungson near the overturned car South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul May 20a cattle receipts 1500 steers and yearlings in Light Supply steady medium weight $11.65 to $1175 bulk yearlings $9.50 to $10 >0 she Stock unchanged $6.00 to $8.50 cutters $4 50 to $5a>0 bulk hulls $6 50 to $6.75 stockers and tellers unchanged. Calf receipts 1500 dealers steady Good lights $10.50. 1 hog receipts 6,500 Market steady. 1 roil $9.85 paid for Light lights better 220 pounds and Down. $9.50 to to bulk pigs $u.oo. Sheep receipts 200 Best fat lambs steady sheep weak to j 21 o lower practical top of mixed ewes. $11.25. Highway turns to parallel the de when they began to discuss the tracks. The work is being done by Corn planting situation Lur or. The i arson construction and a1 Jepson startled him by saying that ready it is Well toward completion lie was getting a Hundred per Cen the or it Rind is rather Low at that Dand. He has a farm of one Hun Point but the station is built High bred and Twenty six acres and and the Grade will he raised to the everything is fixed up in a very a level of the Highway. Dark Brick Tractive manner. I he Jepson s is used for the finish and it will have five girls and three boys who no doubt be an Attar calve As Well help to keep the Flower gardens in As convenient station. We were Fine shape. Milking fifteen cows unable to learn whether mrs. Of and caring for Many Dicroc How. Son will personally manage the take part of their time away from by air or not. Their Flowers and housework. I of the latter in a d at the Side of the Road. The car had burned Aller its plunge into the ditch j Jacobson was rushed to the Hospital by the Mot Chi is to whose name i had not been reported Friday 1 morning. 5 ii Minnesota state experimental Creamery state Creamery butter Price 48c 5 la. Jars 47� at All stores Call us for Hail and windstorm insurance the Cost is too Small to take a Chance. Albert Lea insurance Agency phone 16 incorporated 212 Broadway 35 trimmed hats taken from our regular Stock. They were marked As High As $5 Only $1.95 Felt hats for Young women stitched and corded 3 styles All colors. I Omorrow Only $1.65 new matrons hats very becoming and Young looking $5 others at $3.95 embroidered azure Large droopy Beautiful colourings Only $5 Gbor Bow to us
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