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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 21, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Arturda a 1927 the evening Tribune Albert la Minn Page three a As the rain Oil in torrents ill Day yester May a fellow t of d on Broadway and i j 8 g u s to ugly re Nark do gee this i a Peculiar orld in i Ali Ped up to limit a a say mister the but that it probably is More w ii Ane than any other in be whole universe a it. Ides if you look in Thea will agree with me of. ,. World is not half As peas some Peot he did Quot at me so i proceeded to him til agree that Theis freakish at times and Anions in general do act but great snakes see la. Uliar the members of the h i it an race Are for in one Man is saving Money to buy a Home while an trying his Best to sell p for less than it coat nother Guy is spending ii Puth in than his wages taking his dances and in lands Field of Oiler Bis Bimm it Peri to the shows i a her Flowers Aud Candy no Mother fellow is using All Ney he can earn beg and i a to get a divorce. One anticipates that California w i Ida is much better than i. Born county so he Sells out Al i Oves his family in a territory where he has intimate associations except th0 a Gers under his skin ulal another Freeborn county by a i ii rows up a Good Job to a k Greener Fields and Ipi plunk right in a Lait penniless and discouraged. One citizen stands Oft his it nors and goes travelling w his Good neighbor stays at he and pays his debts and. ,1 have seen some Fellows Here make a nuisance of Ives by borrowing the t no from their neighbors a. A inscribed and pay for it to have a Chance to read oui selves. I then wheeled an .1 on my right Hind Paw walked away As i did so i i d to look Over my left a r and the fellow i had i n talking to looked As if my were sinking in but you in v r can Tell some people Are Isi Uliar Minn. 13 seed Corn Speltz co. 120-2r for the weekend Carl Horn a student at the University of Minnesota came Down last evening from Minneapolis to spend the weekend As a guest of his parents Rev. And mrs. E. C. Horn of the methodist parsonage. On sunday at the meeting of the Hayward y. P. Society sunday evening there will be a talk by prof. B. H. Narveson a song by Alvin Lewis piano Solo by miss Nora Larson and clarinet Solo by prof. Nervig of Luther Academy. I for the Day or. And mrs. Olaf Takle of Minneapolis were in the City yesterday attending to some business matters and calling on 1 friends. Or. Takle will return to Rochester on monday where he will take More treatments preparatory to an operator. For californian. P. Patterson of the presbyterian Church will leave sunday evening for the meeting of the general Assembly at san Francisco. In his absence the congregation is to have the pleasure of hearing two of the laymen of the Church. William p. Sturtz will speak on sunday morning. May 29, and w. W. Bowers will speak sunday june 5. Father and son sunday will be observed at the morning worship tomorrow in the Calvary Baptist. Church. A fathers and sons invited. Mothers and daughters Are asked to join in the service which commences at 10 45. A a Bright services with a Sermon entitled a a the glory of the insignificant will be conducted in the evening at 8 00 of clock. Done to forget the big red Cross Benefit dance will be staged at the Casino monday evening. De Mur Taugh is giving the Casino free of charge. Earl Hunt will furnish the music. Everyone is contributing so there will be no expense. Every Minn. 13 seed Corn Speltz co. 120-2r the weather i in tonight and probably. A cooler Southwest por yesterday 52 last night this noon so from fort Dodge miss Alice Swenson of fort Dodge arrived last evening to spend the weekend As a guest of her parents who live North of the City and to visit with friends. With daughter or. And mrs. L., Duffy with their grandson Kenneth Duffy of Mankato arrived yesterday to spend the weekend with their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Ralph Gordon of the Berntson apartments. Left for Minneapolis a. O. Myr land who has been making his Home in the Tribune apartments for the past few months left this morning for Minneapolis where he plans to make his future Home. He is moving some of his household goods and will locate at 3028 nineteenth Avenue South. Not subscribed in tuesday s Issue of the Tribune it was stated that the Oakland contribution for flood sufferers was received by subscription. It was received As an offering from the people that were at the Oakland Church on sunday among whom were also the people from the trondhjem congregation. The Moscow congregation likewise contributed by offering $27.20. Next sunday the Hayward people will do likewise. Increases contributions a the following letter was received this morning by s. E. Severson treasurer of the local red Cross chapter and explains what the Good people of Alden Village have done for the flood sufferers. A a we Are enclosing Check of $115 which our Village has raised by popular subscription for the Benefit of the flood sufferers in the Mississippi flood. Please see that it reaches the proper officials for dedicated evangelical sunday St. Paul a lutheran Chapel at to Penny taken in w ill go to the flood i Hollandale will be dedicated the Broad Morrow. Services will be held at sufferers of the South Way theater is running free slides announcing the dance. Tickets Are Selling for $1. May breakfast the informed 10 30 a. In. And 2 30 p. In. In charge of Rev. W. Of Milbrath of Austin. Rev. Of. Schmidt of Chaska a member of the Mission Board of the Church will give the morn ate Young Peoples department of inf address and Rev. E. Marthaus the Calvary Baptist Church has in of Waltham the afternoon and planned a May breakfast at Edge-1 dress an j special music is being water Park this morning at a 00. J prepared by the choir of St. Johns owing to the weather the plan was Church of Austin and the Chapel changed and the Young people en-1 choir Joyed their Early breakfast in their usual meeting place in the Church. A few games were played and the Early morning hour was enjoyed by All. There were Twenty five present 13 seed Corn Speltz co. 120-2r Here he took Selmer Gud a who is to serve a sentence to St. Clouds the sheriff left Lii morning by motor for St. Cd a t it having been found guilty of a ii i. A a of larceny. Fair warning Sam while walk a the Woods late one afternoon v a prised by a wild cat which i ded to Chase him to the top Iii i of a Large Oak on the Edge i f deep Canyon. The Wold cat Ai e climbing As fast As Sam. And bad forced him perilously a in decaying end of a Long extending beyond the Edge of in Ciple. Sam decided that time to remonstrate. A Wile lie said impressively a a Wile Oes you make me go one Inch a you is Gwine to have to ii Long ways for you Suppas. Merican boy Magazine Root in ii limb the it w i Ai cat meeting on monday evening at 6 30 in Wesley Hall at the methodist Church w ill be Hwd a picnic i will recovery a few nights ago we printed an item concerning the illness of mrs. Clyde Hayden of Ingomar Mont. Mrs. Hayden was dangerously ill with the spotted fever and taken from her ranch Home to the Hospital at Forsythe Mont. For treatment. Yesterday friends in the City received a letter Minn. 13 seed Corn Speltz co. 120-2r marriage License a marriage License was issued yesterday to Hjal Mer r. Christenson of Freeborn county and Olive s. Larson of the same county. From South Bend mrs. James Peacock of Washington Street returned Home yesterday from South Bend ind., where she has been enjoying and extended visit with her Niece miss Julia Van Wert. For weekend mrs. Win. Bigg and or. And mrs. Drew Ruder of Minneapolis Are spending the weekend in the City As the guests of friends. Mrs. Rigg is a former resident of this City and just recently moved to Minneapolis. Business Good with the approach of another weekend the places about town where fishing licenses Are being issued Are again swamped with applicants who will try their Luck tomorrow. At the county auditors office a steady Stream was kept up and More were issued. To May fete a number of Albert Lea people motored to Northfield this afternoon to attend the annual May fete which is being put on at Carleton College at six o clock this evening. The group includes or. And mrs. George Chamberlain or. And mrs. Russell Hanson or. And mrs. Leonard Peterson and atty and mrs. Elmer r. Peterson most of whom Are former Carleton students. All claim a according to a Legal notice just published by order of the Treasury department office of the comptroller at Washington is sued May la 1927, notice is Here by Given to All persons who May have claims against the citizens National Bank of Albert Lea Minnesota that the same must be presented to Mackey j. Thompson receiver with the Legal proof within three months from this Date May la or they May be disallowed. Last evening the Bath betterment club the Farmers club located Northwest of Clarks Grove in Bath township held their regular monthly meeting last evening in the school House in District no. 5 in spite of the bad weather a very Good crowd was in attendance. Willis Lawson Spok to the members. The june meeting will be held at Beaver Lake when the club will enjoy a picnic. This organization was just formed in february. Luncheon to be sponsored by the i froj11 Jer husband atty. Clyde Hay ladies of the missionary societies of the Pickerel Lake methodist Church and the local Church. At eight of clock an address will be delivered by miss Cilicia Cross of Angola Africa. She has spent Many years in the dark continent and is an excellent speaker. The Public invited. Dillard in recital mrs. Calla Nelson local piano instructor presented one of her pupils mrs. Otis Woodyard at a very Well attended recital at Northwood on tuesday evening. Mrs. Woodyard s Home is in Northwood but she is Assolin ing duties As an assistant to mrs. Nelson at the Albert Lea studio from now on. The recital was made even More interesting by. The appearance of mrs. Marguerite Elben Ross of this City Odio Sang two groups of Beautiful solos. She was accompanied at the piano by mrs. Helen Nelson Wiki a i theatres tonight a 1broadway Rivoli an actual Rodeo in film with a a Tarzan the wonder horse Jack Hoxie a Hill Meu Herel in anon tomorrow Only Tom mix in the Broncho twister a roaring tale of the untamed West thrilling escape. Amazing horsemanship. A tender love theme. Mysterious robberies. And _ crashing Stampede of one thousand fear crazed horses that freeze you horror bound to your seat Den stating that she was on the Road to recovery. The disease is a very dangerous one and is almost always fatal. There is no known cure for it and the Fate rests entirely with the patient afflicted. Or Hayden also stated that his father o. C Hayden of this City who is spending the summer on their ranch is Iii. Since going West Over a month ago he has been confined to his bed with the rheumatism real a ask own a a new kind of con a Vance has made its appearance on Fountain Lake this week and for fear some might think that it looks like War time preparation we is ill explain it. W. W. Bowers of the parking co. Still has some of his juvenile dreams in his head for he is the designer of this new a the affair is really a decorated raft which he has had fixed up for his son Robert and his playmate Myron Nelson. Its taking the be of All the youngsters in their neighbourhood r and is affording them As much fun As a barrel of monkeys. The raft was constructed at the packing Plant by or Garrity according to the detailed plans which or. Bowers had made. It was completed just a Tew Days ago and set a a sail on Fountain Lake. It appears to be some sort of Man of War but on close inspection one discovers that the four canons mounted at the Cornels Are but toy affairs. A Cabin adorns tile Middle and Little is left out in its construction. Naturally the kids have a Cirous with it for they can Man Euver abot the Lake and Ima Kine All sorts of experiences while aboard. The raft is anchored at the foot of mariners and is secured to a heavy Iron Post Sev Oral feet from Shore when the boys Are not using it. This prevents it from lashing the Shore and at the same time lends enchantment As they have to take another boat out to get to it. They have discovered another Way of getting to it but its a Way mrs. Bowers says she does t Uke at All. The new stunt. In to pole vault. When prattle no up the boys did no to always hit the raft so went kerplunk and Ker splash into the drink. So this late stunt of theirs Means that they have to run Home for supple of dry clothes quite often. No one blames All the other kids for being a by envious of the Cruiser for it surely is a treat to have such an outfit. Taken to Home yesterday afternoon a hearing in the matter of disposing of the deserted baby was held at the office of the judge of probate. Several requests from local people were made for the child but it was decided that the Wisest plan was to take it to a Home where it would have an entirely new environment and people would not know of its Case. The Little one was taken away this morning and will be very Well cared for in a reliable orphans Home. Tomorrow a an affair of the follies with three stars Lewis Stone Bulie Dove and Lloyd Hughes business locals and announcements when in need of competent stenographers and bookkeepers Call Luther Academy and business of lege. Had Fine trip or. And mrs. A. Brown returned Home last evening from an Outing and fishing trip which they have been enjoying in the Northern part of the state for the past week. They had a cottage on shaman eau located not far from Motley Minn. The spot a. An especially Good one As it took them just Twenty eight Miles off of the pavement and offered Fine fishing. They brought Back a few Pike As samples of the kind they caught for consumption every Day. E. Belina is proudly showing the six Pound one which they gave him As a present. / car recovered while Carl i Strom was attending the movie at the Broadway last evening his Ford Coupe was stolen from its parking place near the Library on West College Street. Ile notified the police at once Ahi they made a tour through the town to see if it was parked on some other Street. This morning or. Hilstrom notified Bis insurance agent k. F. Strum and it just happened that or. Mea Trum had observed an abandoned car near Jugans. They went Dow n Aud sure enough found the car to be the missing one. The night before another Ford was stolen from its parking place but was located a Short time badly injured Frieda the 3-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. James Pettit living a few Miles East of Winnebago just off the Delavan Pike suffered the loss of four fingers on her left hand and two badly mangled fingers on the right hand monday morning when the members were caught in the cogs of an electric washing machine. She was brought to the Hospital immediately after the Accident where she received attention. She was removed Home tuesday. The child was playing about the House while her Mother was doing the weekly washing and while alone in the room she thrust her left hand by tween the cogs of the rapidly revolving wringer with the Resul that the four fingers were severed at the first joint beyond the Knuckles. In attempting to release her injured hand the first two flog Era of the right hand became smashed in the gears and were badly mangled. A brother of the child shut off the Power and both children screamed for the Mother who had stepped into the Jard with a Basket of clothes ready for the Fine. About a year ago Frieda had the end of her second Finger on tin right hand Cut off in the Blades of Lawn Mower. Wells Mirror card party Mon. Night Odd Fel lows and families. Lunch. 120-lr baby Sony announcements have been received in the City by friends and relatives of the arrival of a baby son who was born several Days ago to or. And mrs. R. J. Korn of Davenport Iowa. Mrs. Korn is better known by local people As miss Pearl Overgaard daughter of or. And mrs. P. P. Overgaard of Northeast of the a to. The new arrival is to be named w11-Liam Thomas. To choose team the i ii Dairy judging team of the boys and girls club of Freeborn county had a meeting last evening at the agriculture rooms of the High school. It was a preliminary meeting to the selection of a Stock judging team to represent the county in the state contests which Are to be held at University farm in june. Several practice judging w ill be scheduled during the next two weeks under the instruction of l. H. Thurwachter and Willis Lawson. It is hoped that Freeborn county will have a Good showing Ai the state contests. Married Here a the following clipping was take from the Wells paper and will interest local people who Are acquainted with the newly wedded couple Quot announcements Are out telling of the marriage of Paul Caldwell to miss Alice Austin of Alden. The marriage took place saturday afternoon at the courthouse in Albert Lea. The Bride is the daughter of Sievert Austin of Alden and is known to be a Young women of charming character. Or. Caldwell is employed with the Milwaukee Railroad and came to Wells about three years ago. The couple will make their Home on All Happy now the Hibbing news says we met up with an old timer the other Day who is a real Lover of dogs. And boys As Well. A year or so ago a neighbor s dog a thoughtless Puppy ii was entered his Yard and killed 14 of his prize chickens. He was fairly Bolling for a time and his love for the canine family was below Zero. Shortly after the neighbors wife came Over and asked what to wanted done with the dog if was i he chum of her boy hut shed order it killed or banished of the Chick n owner wanted it done that Way. The Many a love for a dog he Gall to warm up and when he thought of the youngster losing his pet he melted completely and told the woman to go Oil Hack Home and forget about ii. It was a Happy Mother a Happy boy a Happy Man and if the dog was t Happy we know less about dogs than we think we do. In a few weeks the lady sent Down a crate containing 14 chickens and one Over for Good measure to replace those killed by her boys Puppy. Tho Man in the Case was Charlie Stevens who for Many years was Boss Timberman for tile Oliver Iron mining company. He is a Hibbing Pioneer. Still going Strong and always surrounded by a lot of old time friends a and always has a dog or two following Bim about. Luther club held annual banquet Fri. College club Mel for annual gathering at the Academy last evening. Band concert ath. S. Will be varied music Alia choral club will make first appearance in City Bob Jensen to sing his concert number. To help pay the expenses Fogt i sending the members of the High school band to the National band Conte at Council Bluffs Iowa a special band concert will be Given in the High school auditorium monday May 23, at 7 30 o clock an added attraction at monday night s concert will be the first appearance of the Ahu a Horal Lub a group of twelve women who competed in the women a federation music contest held at Waseca recently. Their Clear delightful sing ing gave then soc Odd place in the contest two hours a Day practices in groups and individually have Iii creased the beamy and technique of the hand a playing. The program is us follows March Tel captains Sousa norwegian Dan -3 ii 111.grief baud Solo serenade a Schubert Joseph Calhoun a Lassie of mine Walt a a May Day Alia choral club trombone Solo a non e. Ver. Mattie Oscar do i Huldi Gunge ars h triumphal March rom Sigurd Jor Salfar suit Edward Grieg test number for National baud contest band a the Horny Fluegler a Bob Jensen lust Spiel a a overture. Keler Bela hand forty members and friends of the Luther College club met in the twelfth annual banquet at. The Luther Academy dining Hall Friday evening May 20, to pay homage to their Alma mater As Well As to enjoy again that spirit of Friend ship from College Days so dear to every member. In the business session the Fob lowing officers were elected president Rev. C. A. Fritz first vice president. A. C. Erick son. Second vice president Rev. J. O. Tweten. Secretary. C. B. Nervig. Treasurer c. O. \ Augen. New members admitted at this session were Cheater Olson of this City and h. Birkeland of Lake Mills. A three course banquet was then Laid on tables arranged to repro sent the roman Cross so decorated in College colors that the guests Felt the spirit of lather prevailing throughout the Dainty meal served by the Olson Sisters. The following program was enjoyed invocation Rev. Mage sen girls glee club. Miss Nora Larson Leader toasts vocal Solo. Rev. C a. Filtz violin Obligato piano duet mrs. B. La. Narveson miss Nora Larson address. Or. Henning Larson hymn a to Luther a audience doxology Benediction Rev. Rosenqust or. Henning Larson son of the first president of Luther College or. I arson Ami now head of the department of English at the Iowa University delivered the main address on Quot the relationship Between the universities and Small or. Larson displayed profound scholarship in the Analy nation of his topic ll1 stressed particularly the relationship Between schools Otth Type of Luther College and the state universities. Tiles colleges Are establishing friendships at the universities in their attendance upon Suimei courses so that Good feeling Ami not Competition for Nui bets Chai a Terze their relationship according to the Speake r. Quot i can see no reason Why one school should infringe upon the rights of the other a said or. Larson a since each has its definite purpose for existing and serves that Well. Schools still stressing the cultural course should be encouraged rather than be put aside and stat authorities should tis they do feel thankful for such training of the states youth in the private supported schools. Of such schools As Amherst Williams and Mary colleges the trend has been to specialize in not her a added that As Massa can setts technical Institute Illinois University Michigan University specialize in technology engineering and classical languages so also should the Small College he 4&Quot muted to continue in its Field. Quot but a he said a do not feel too boastful about increase in hum i hat seems to be an after math of the War Ami growth from now on should be toward a More scholarly yet moral element rather than Ile showed that the More ballast of christianity and moral training Luther and other denominational colleges could put into Tho unstable ship of civilization the bet ter the course through life for All concerned. He closed by paying tribute to his old professor. Or. Jeritt wit As curator of the museum As Well As head of the history of department at Luther College by showing How in is striving to build up the Boti i culture of this country in seeking to preserve the history of a people of the Middle West. Familiar yells and songs closer the interesting evening. A triple stitched Road master Union made overalls # 2.20 Blue Denim full weight $1.15 extra Large sizes $1.25 jackets the same Price. Road master overalls Are exceptionally full Cut in every Way made of 2.20 Blue Denim in Suspender Back styles with full regulation pockets with seams triple stitched and bar tacked at Points of Strain. Sizes 33 to 46 Waist. Jackets Are made on the same full Cut scale of the same Denim. Sizes 36 to 46. 4th floor menus dress shirts 98c--$1.48 Percale made shirts in to match styles ures Broadcloth Madras repps Hull Cut Well Collar attached Neckband and Collar Plain colors stripes checks Fig plaids sizes 14 to 17 4th floor Skinner Chamberlain amp co Corning a a a a a a a a Lloyd Madden purchased an Essex coach the past week. Quite a crowd of Young people enjoyed a party at Julius Ander son s Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Chris Ami son canned at fete sunday or. Ami mrs. Isadora and family Ami Mamie were callers sunday at the Julie Anderson Horn. Edd Thompson is assisting Olaf Grant with his Spring work. Mrs. Isador Peterson Russell and Jordon visited Friday at the j. F. Hayes Home in Austin. Miss Terrene Erick on returned to Lier Home deaf Hartland for an indefinite stay after in l. H. To Ainger Johnson s Peterson Pink Eva Cornet time with her sister Grant Ami family. A Mich Hazel Braaten is assisting mrs. I. H. Grant with Domestic work this week. Mrs. Hans Nordland of Minneapolis spent a few Days last week with her brother c a. Johnson Ami other relatives. Steers bring fancy prices Fargo n. D. May 20- a Nineteen head of fancy Angus steers fattened on the Fowler farming company farm of Casselton of which Georg a. Few h r is manager were sold monday Lor the highest Price that has been paid for that class of beef on the South St. Paul Maikut since july 1925. Start advertising in Tho Tribune pending Sormer i brings results. Macdermott says he knows the meanest girl in the world. He told her he live without her when she refused him so she gave him the card of her Fiance who was an undertaker. Mississippi bulletin. A. F. Of l. Asks for thorough inquiry of Vanzetti Case Washington May 20 a in line with policies adopted at la Detroit convention. Executive Council of the american federation of labor sent to governor Fuller of Massachusetts an Appeal for a Quot rigid Ami thorough investigation of the a Coo Vanzetti Case. Although asserting that the to title Al theories of the two con emitted men were not in Secord with the Trade Union philosophy of the federation and that it As a body entertained no opinion ton i Kerning their guilt or innocence the Appeal stated that a a enough of doubt has teen created to cause the federation to believe an loves ligation should be made. Others trying to learn rom men Are born leaders and most women a born Drivers. Chicago i tally news. Paramount paints do you know or Are you one who thinks paint is paint. Many Are alike in Price but not in Quality. The time to investigate is before y9u Start your paint Job. Hundreds of satisfied users of Paramount paint in Freeborn county is one Assurance that it is Good paint and another is the formula and that it is manufactured in Albert Lea. These Are some of the things which is your Protection that Paramount is full value paint come in and gel acquainted with a of paint that your neighbor recommend. Paramount barn red is the brightest and Best barn paint on the Market and sold at a reasonable Price a $1.50 per gallon j. J. Sullivan Wall paper paint and Var Niche Brand will

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