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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Friday May 20, 1927the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Page five your eyes Are your bread winners they should have Comfort. Let us make the examination that tells your need. Albert myer co Roy a. Prudden optometrist 2nd floor Home investment bldg., Albert Lea phone 172 123 East Clark St. The progressive furniture company h father and son Observance next sunday services at the Calvary Church will be devoted to father and Sony All fathers Are asked to attend with their sons. Start the motoring season right have your car filled with Gold medal pure Pennsylvania Oil you la notice the difference at once i drive right in and let us serve you. Headquarters for Kunz special non Carbon izing gasoline. % Freeborn county Oil company operated by mrs. Hans Rasmussen Phene 46 226 dec Ark St Albert Lea Minn. Next sunday morning the services at the Calvary Baptist Church will be devoted to the father Aud his son. All fathers Are asked to make a special Effort to be present and bring his sons whether he has one or More. And the sons Are requested to get the Quot dad along to this old proverb says Quot As is the father so is the if the father shows his boy the Light example some Good will result All too Many fathers neglect their duty in making their sons interested in their moral and spiritual welfare. This service should stimulate and promote the interest to Mutual Joy and benefits. A it is needless to say that All the mothers and the daughters also Are expected to be present. The choir will Render special selections and the pastor Rev i. Fredmund will deliver a message that should be helpful to every one who attends. The services commence at 10 45 a. I in. In the evening at 8 00 o clock will be conducted Quot a Bright services with singing and Good fellow ship and or. Fredmund will bring an address entitled a the glory of the All the services i of the Day Are conducted in English and a cordial invitation is extend cd not Only to the members and friends of the congregation but to the Public As Well. East Kiester a the m. J. Herrick family visited at the Louis Snackenberg Home sunday in Kiester. The silo on the Ernest Wolf farm was blown Down sunday morning. A the wind sunday morning did some damage to farm buildings on i the Andrew Mikkelson farm. Palmer and Norbert hints were Kiester visitors sunday afternoon. S. P. Dallum drove to Rake la., to see his wife sunday. Ernest Wolf called at the thar Geson Home sunday. Otto Olson entertained a number of friends last sunday. Muriel and Marion Nielson Are driving to the Kiester school every Day. Elef Olson was a business caller at Kiester last saturday. Never mind punishing children for All the fibs they Tell. They re Eleanor f is s Stassni i a same a1 popular prices. See this treat. The picture you must seethe fire brigade adapted from metro Goldwyn Mayer. Presented in six instalments. Synopsis fire fighting was in the of Neil blood. Mrs. O Neil lost her husband and then her oldest son in the service. Terry the youngest was a recruit under his grand fire rigging was m inc a . lower took draft from building contractor Wainwright. Wallace the fire chief was not fireproof. But Corwin refused to listen declaring that Terry was taking this Means to see , and ordered him out. Instalment five Corwin uneasy because of Terry a assertion that Tho Reid orphanage was a firetrap went to Wainwright the builder and demanded that he make the building Safe for the hundreds of children that it housed. Wainright was contemptuously silent. Certain that Corwin was bound in some Way by Wainwright. Terry haunted the grounds around the Corwin Home determined to watch the political Boss one night he saw Corwin take a document from lits Safe a Hunch told Terry this was the agreement he wanted. But when Terry stepped through the window and put his hand on the paper he found himself covered by Corwin s gun. Quot you do not dare to shoot said lorry coolly. A you Are a Coward it heart hut you will not leave your daughter Terry was right Corwin had not the courage to kill. Instead he offered Terry Money for the paper and that failing offered the Young Man the hand of in marriage. Quot i will give you anything Corwin said. Overhearing Corwin a last words entered the room. Her father told Lier Terry had it in ills Power to ruin him and would do so unless she could influence him. Corwin played upon his daughter s love for him. Terry begged to believe that he was in the right hut he could not find it in ills heart to Tell her her father had been accepting graft from Wainwright. Helen would not listen. So told him to go. Wallace highly commended Terry for his Good work in procuring this evidence of Corwin a treachery hut. The Young Man w As too cast Down to hear the words of Praise. He Felt to would never see again. To by con Cli ded tomorrow in the final instalment of this exciting Story the Reid orphanage catches fire. State Highway department spends night in Albert Lea c. M. Babcock commissioner of highways with Engineer o. L. Kipp spends part of thursday and i Oday making surveys of local trunk highways. Fairfield Kansas Best loved tree in his memoirs of 40 years in Topeka i. O. Mccray who went to Topeka from Burden Lias the following to say about the Grai Cottonwood in the state House grounds. Quot and a word about the state House. I have seen most of the main part of the building the Ortli and South wings and the great dome constructed. The grounds were covered with huge Granite stones shipped in from Colorado. These were lifted by big pulleys one by one to the very top of the Domi Cottonwood tree just Southeast of the building was a stake driven into the ground to hold a Guy rope. It took Root and threw out sprouts at the top. These now Are in great branches spreading out Over a Large Section of the Bluegrass Lawn. It is the Best loved tree in Kansas. Every Citi the i and old zen shares in its ownership. Topeka capital. Our pleasures have a higher relish when they Are rarely used. Prices matinee to amp 25c evening to amp 35c added attraction Christie comedy a Cool off time of show matinee�?2 30 . Evening�?7 15 amp 9 00 thursday afternoon c. Ii. Babcock slate commissioner of highways and o. L. Kupp. Construction Engineer arrived in Albert Lea to make a general Survey of the trunk roads in this Section of the state but principally View and consider the relocation of Highway no. 9 Between Albert Lea and the Corner of tile old Vvs e d g e fur i just West of Grapeland cemetery. A ice straightening out of tills Section of no. 9 would be a great Ira pro vement and meets wit ii or. Bab-1 Cocks approval. Or. Babcock s plans Are to bring Over his department surveyors and engineers nonworking on a project near Spring Valley and have them Lay out the new Road at a very Early Date. I or. Babcock and or. Kipp Stab listed their night control lure so As to give them an Opportunity i a spend More time in Freeborn county to look Over proposed changes i in the highways and improvements which Are being planned. The were both highly pleased with tin-1 plans made by Cerro Gordo and Woith counties to pave the filter j son Highway fro Mason City North to the Freeborn county line j it is or. Babcock s plan to hate the paving on Highway no. I extended South to meet the Iowa pay tis just As soon As the Minnesota line is reached by them. Or. Babcock stated that a meeting of representatives from Mower county Aud Steele county is to he Boid this afternoon in Owatonna to talk Over the route of Highway no. 40 which now passes through Austin. Or. Babcock explained that the definite route of Highway no. 40 has not been established and that without doubt there will be sections of it re located on other j Section lines to give direct route. The meeting in Owatonna today has been called principally j to talk Over the re locating of this Highway. J or. Babcock and or. Kipp left this morning by Auto Over Highway no. I for Owatonna. Thursday morning the two Highway men were in Fairmont. Martin county is to get the Scenic Highway from Fairmont to the j Iowa line past her Beautiful Chain j lakes. Minutely detailed blueprints of twelve Miles of right of Way were compared with the actual ground Over which Ion struck Ion is to be made. Earlier in the Day commissioner Babcock was at St. James where he straightened out a controversy Over the routing of trunk Highway through that City. Or. And mrs. John Ramsey and family were a entertained at the Isaac Fretheim Home on sunday. Or. And mrs. Julius Ramsey and daughter Dorothy of Glenville spent Over sunday with the for Biers Mother mrs Carrie Ramsey. Miss Clara Ingvaldson is spend ing her vacation with her parents. Or and mrs. I. J. Ingvaldson. Edwin Ramsey from Manchester called at the Carrie Ramsey Home sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Viggo Anderson and daughters of Albert Lea Ami Loraine and Lucille Lee spent Sun Day at Huffman Brot Liers. Mrs. Ole Sola and mrs. Lewis Foss drove up from London on thursday and attended the Bazaar in the East Church. Mrs. Mason Reed and daughter arrived Friday noon from Spokane wash., to help care for mrs. Reeds Mother who has been very ill with Gall stones. We Are glad to Reid Ort Lier very much improved at this time. Mrs. Anna Vigdahl called on mrs. Carrie Ramsey monday after noon. Or. And mrs. Andrew Ollegaard of Bancroft and or. And mrs. I i or g. I it be drove to Deer creak la. Sunday morning to be sponsors at the christening of the baby of or. And mrs. De. Pres Tegid. Miss Olla Hoffman accompanied them. Little Elenor Hellie is staying with her grandparents or and mrs. I. J. Ingvaldson. Mrs. Bertha Lee helped ogre for mrs. Ramsey a few Days last Vav Eek. The East ladies Aid Wilf been pertained by mrs. John Ramsey and mrs. J. O. S. Pre Toga re at the Lead a i town Hall on Ivy 26. It oooo Stonis i scientists believe Roaches spread cancer. Be Safe. Kill them and other dangerous household insects with powerful tangle foot Spray. Prevent reinfection by also using tangle foot Roach if ant powder. Traveler Quot i hear that Jones and ids wife have arrived at a modes Visendi a a what Why i thought that place was Over in Europe some new Orleans times tic Ayune. 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