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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - May 25, 1927, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page four the evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Wednesday May 25. 197 memorial Day is with us once More monday May 30 �s0ci�tynew5 we Accident takes place up it a a today near Gordonsville All patriotic organizations of the City Are preparing for larger Tumour than Ever a program plans plated. Memorial Day is with us once Trio Anil All the patriotic organizations of the City ale preparing for a Iaeger turn out than Ever be fur observe this great Day. All May participate in else in the Forenoon tin in Barge has so arranged the schedule that everything will finished before dinner time. Nothing will be Carrid Over afternoon. This schedule water Street West on water Street to Washington where halt will be made to allow the g. A. R. To tall out and get into the cars that will be waiting there to take them to com Graceland then West on water to West Street North on West to Fountain Street West on Fountain to third Avenue we est South on third Avenue to a Lark West on Clark to Graceland. Editor Frances c. Walton. Telephone 722 vacant which will be hard to fill. Miss Berneda Blacker miss Grace Luthke Laneda Grasdalen Stella and Helen Bagge and Tina Stor a Vick rendered two songs very Beau a Tif ully with miss Nora Larson As accompanist. A meeting of the Eastern Star was enjoyed last evening at the masonic Temple when they went through the initiation work and held a social meeting. The election of officers for the s. Charles Sund president mrs. N. Vera on Friday evening Herman Preus who will be Here during the new year As follow mrs. I Lianes absence of his brother Rev. J. To so that be exer Armittee be so into was so Flag elfin ii lated because of the Ever in Cofta ing req a Sis for it and it is earnestly requested that everybody belonging to the various patriotic organizations of the City turn of the program is As follows automobiles will be at the at 9 00 a. In. Sharp to take the g. A. R. Aud t0 the Bridge for their ceremony there. The i Tein ont mid son Post of the v. F. W. Will have full charge of the ceremonies at the cemeteries a it toss the Lake full particulars of i Liis will be found in another col-1 limn in this evening s Issue memorial Perth s will b news items Here Are some interesting bits of activity about Freeborn Village. The baccalaureate Sermon in Honor of the senior class of Freeborn High school will be delivered in the auditorium sunday evening at s o clock by Rev. W. It Irwin. The class in week Day religious instruction completed its course of study tuesday. The pupils and instructors had a picnic dinner to get her in the Park. Ail enjoyed the occasion. A memorial service will be held in Freeborn Federated Church Sun Day morning at to 30. Members of All patriotic organizations and their families and ail citizens Are held at cordially invited to attend. The methodist Church on sunday ii Stead of in the afternoon of Mentor the committee on playground i la i Day. Ital everybody is request equipment in th1 Park investigated to attend i i service. J e j the safety of the swings and Flag raising exercises at the of Flor equipment. Parents May now courthouse will Start at to a in. Sharp when All should be in line with their own organization. The president or commanders of each organization will kindly line tile organizations no according to the i following description on the court House Lawn East of Anil lacing the Flag pole the High is Bool band and behind them the boy scout ilium corps. South of and facing the Flag pole in sheets j Aion the boy scouts amp fire girls girl scouts All school Chil Iii in on the Quot West and facing the i pole the i. It and ladies Auxinia it Spanish american War vets and vet1ans of to a world War and v. F. W. Drum corps. The Parade will form immediately follow u the to Tai inc exorcists to loonies of format Ion a Given below marshalls. Mayor Anil Polit a Esi Ort. V f. Vav. Drum corps. A a mated colors. G a k. Spanish american War veterans veterans of Tho world War. Women s Relief clips and ladies auxiliary All organizations. High is Bool hand. Boy scout drum corps. Hot scout h in Vin Quot ii a. Crap file Gills and and girl scouts. Pupils of Public and private in ii oui s a Otlien other organizations. The line of March will Continuo j St might North in Broadway Tot feel less anxious about accidents to their Little folks. The c. Society will hold its regular meeting in the social rooms of the methodist episcopal Church thursday May 26. After the work and business session luncheon will to served to which the Public is invited. There was a Fine audience Sun Day morning the weather toeing favourable. All enjoyed the music the Sermon and the social and ill Vine Fellowship. A Brief session of the quarterly conference of the methodist Church was held sunday. Soon the schools will be closing. Teachers will be leaving for their Homes in other localities. Freeborn teachers have been helpful in Church interests in sunday school work in the chorus choir and in girl scout leadership. Vve appreciate their work and wish them a Happy vacation. Freeborn Federated Church Rev. W. H. Irwin pastor. Morning worship at 10 30. A 1 memorial service will to held. Sunday school session at 11 15. The baccalaureate Sermon will he delivered in the auditorium at 8 . The Public is cordially invited to these special services. K Preus will give a lecture to the1 Sanders vice president miss a lutheran brotherhood on ills dus Simonson Secretary miss lilt travels through Spain and other Man Johnson treasurer. European countries. This will be mrs. We. Sorlie in a pleasing the last meeting of the brother a manner presented miss Stennis Hood before the annual summer a with a Beautiful floor lamp in ideation. A Good program has been hell of the parents in appreciation arranged for and All who Are inter for the work and she ested Are most cordially invited to been to Ramsey. Hoar this lecture and program. -5 d the Ramsey p. T. A. Met tuesday in the gymnasium with a Large attendance this being the last meeting for the year. It was Gratifying news to the members and friends to know the playground equipment for Ramsey had been paid and take this Means of let lies of the Valley Ting them know they gratefully j attractive Spring has mrs. Murtaugh thanked All mothers and committees for the kind cooperation they had Given herself and other officers during the year. A pleasant social hour was enjoyed by teachers and parents with a group of mothers As hostesses thus ending a pleasant school year. A. A. Crab Apple blossoms and 111-were the very Flowers which thank All citizens and friends who were used with a Pink and Green so generally helped out and do color scheme at the party which rated Money to this worthy cause. Mrs. Walter Subby gave at her an interesting program followed Home in the Hatteberg apartments mrs. Holmberg the school nurse yesterday afternoon. The guests spoke on the problems of the included members of her card club younger child urging co operation and served As a Farewell to mrs. Of parents and stressing Tho so s. E. Hall who is soon to Lead a a an ounce of precaution is Albert Lea. As a slight Token of Worth a Pound of she also their Friendship a Lovely gift was spoke briefly on Quot contagion. Miss Given her As a remembrance. Five Everall told in a Brief Way How Hundred furnished the entertain miss Stennis had been such a help Blent at three tables. Mrs. Ujj. And a wonderful Mother of ram-1 Clausen and mrs. Fred Edwards soy. Her leaving makes a place won the honors for the playing. High school band leaves tomorrow for contest will compete in National band contest at Council Bluffs la. A Winner to chosen in elimination manner. Fri br0adway-Mary Pickford the Albert Lea Gigli school band will leave tomorrow for Council Bluffs Iowa where they will compete for higher honors in the National band contest to be held at that place on Friday and saturday. Some Twenty one bands will be entered in the contest and they Are divided into classes a a a and there Are 17 class a a a bands and four in class mrs. Ella h6pwood, 526 West College Street this City and mrs. Mary Austin and mrs. J. J. Marsh both of Alden in Auto wreck a Alden women Hurt. Apoplexy is fatal Madison wig., May 25.�? apr Roy Case Baraboo. Brother of mrs. Robert m. Lafollette widow of the former United states senator from Wisconsin dropped dead from apoplexy monday night at his Home according to word received Here yesterday. He was 71. Late this afternoon our correspondent from Gordonsville notified us that a Jewett Sedan jumped the Jefferson Highway about one half mile North of the Gordonsville Church ran into a guard Fence and turned completely Over before it came to a Stop. The Accident took place this afternoon. The car was driven by mrs. Ella Hopwood 526 West College Street. She escaped with Little or no injuries. Mrs. Mary Austin and mrs. J. J. Marsh were in the car. Both women were Hurt but How badly the Tribune was unable to learn. In talking Over the Telephone at 3 of clock with mrs. Hopwood from the Buchanan Home in Gordonsville she told a Tribune representative that she was driving the car which belongs to mrs. Marsh. She said that she we As attempting to pass a team and struck one of the guard rails along the Highway. A i am very nervous but i think i have escaped injuries a she said Over the Telephone a mrs. Marsh suffered a Cut wrist from broken Windshield Glass Anil mrs. Austin received some scratches and cuts to her face and head. I done to know what other injuries the two ladies received. Shortly after the Accident they were taken into a car Aud started for the Hospital in Albert Lea. We were All Enro Ute to Gordonsville to attend the Convell tion of Royal neighbors in session in this according to mrs. Hopwood the car which suffered considerable damage was still lying in the ditch at 3 of clock this afternoon. Market news new York butter and eggs new York May 25.�? api but three Minnesota schools will Par a ter Market firm. Eggs irregular tic late. Albert Lea and South no quotations. High of Minneapolis will be in class a Anil Ortonville will be in class the Winner will be chosen in the elimination manner. According to a Telegram received Here there will be a business meeting on Friday morning. In the afternoon the first session of the preliminary contests will he held Aud in the evening the elimination contests will continue. On saturday morning and afternoon the Semi finals will take place Anil the finals will be held in the evening. The entire lists of the bands Fob lows class a Joliet 111. Chicago potato Market Chicago May 25. Apr potato Market. New Stock 4$ old Stock 3x Market about steady Wisconsin sacked round Whites $3.25 to $3.35. Minneapolis potato and Hay Market Minneapolis May 25.�? apr i potato Market firm sacked hundredweight round Whites u. S. A no. I $3 to $3.10. Hay Market unchanged. Royc i be got it Minneapolis Cash Grain receipts 133 cars compared with 165 a year ago. Quincy Iii. Chicago nor. Wheat no. I 1.46% to 1.49% 111. Nicholas Semi la. Salbert Lea Minn Minneapolis Minn. South h. A Sterling a Ola. Marion. Id. Pikesville by yellow Corn no. White Oats no. Barley. Rye no. 2. Kansas City kans. Lockport n. Flax no. In. Cleveland. Ohio East h. 8. Modesto Calif. Burlingame. Calif. Stillwater okla. Austin Texas Council Bluffs Iowa Mansfield. Ohio. Class b Butte City Calif. Ria Grove Iowa Vermillion. S. 1> Ortonville. Minn. .90 .48 .89 1.10 to .92 to .49 a to .91 to 1.13 to .2.36 Mary certainly has. Its a new anew the potato hop. Created to entertain her Brood of waifs it leads you laughingly into the heart gripping drama. I yaqui indians released. Tucson aril., May 25�? apr Folly one yaqui indians of Mexico who wandered across the internal Lions lit several weeks ago and it were taken in Tow by United states j military authorities were released from custody Here today. Caledonia settler Dies Caledonia Minn., May 25�? a mrs. Michael Hayds a Pioneer of this Section is dead at her Home six Miles East of Here. She is survived by four daughters and two sons she was about 75 years old. Albert Lea livestock reported doily by the Albert i a packing company. This Market is changed at 2 of clock each Day and la the 2 o clock Market report prime hogs 150 2on lbs. Prime hogs 200-250 lbs. Prime hogs 250-300 lbs. Prime hogs 300 and up. Good packers under 400 lbs. 6.90 to 7.15 Choice calves 120 to 190 lbs. 9.50 pigs under 170 lbs., packers Over 400 lbs., rough pigs and Stags priced according to Quality. 8 30 8.00 45 see the sweetheart of stars in her dramatic accomplishment brimful of human interest tense with suspense. Everybody singing the praises of the world s sweetheart in this her Triumph of triumphs. Salvaging ruined Money three Young women Are employed by the Treasury department in Washington in identifying i ruined Money. They Salvage some j i tiling like Loo oco every year in Money that is burned beyond rec-1 on liable form to tile Ordinary Eye i but which still can be identified by these Lynx eyed experts. Last win i tor a country Bank Vas destroyed by fire and $50,000 was reduced to a pile of charred and crinkly ashes. The debris was sent to Washington Aud the Bank received $35,-000 for it. If the entire United states government were As Thrifty in All tilings As it is in salvaging ruined Money the present Heay burdens of taxation would be materially diminished. Thrift Magazine. South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul. May 25 apr cattle receipts 2,500 Best steers and yearlings slow steady to weak bulk yearlings. $9.50 to $10.50 Slie Stock Active $6.00 to $s.50 cutters. A to $5.50 bulls unchanged weighty mixed grades. $6.75 to $7.00 stockers and feeders steady. Calf receipts 4,000 seilers unevenly 25 to 50 cents higher Best lights $10.50 to $11.50. Hog receipts 14,500 very slow to to la cents lower bulk 150 to Sio Pound butchers. $8 s5 to $vs5 medium and heavy weight Butch ens a 25 to $s.50 bulk Ordinary sows $7.50 pigs steady bulk $10.00. Sheep receipts too fat lambs St Ady sheep unevenly 50 cents lower Best desirable ewes $6.50. A a slim thinkers with his ship for exercise or continued from Page i cheered All along the route by French men women and children who had waited Long just for a passing sight of him. Monday night the aviator had a Long sleep before facing his third Day of arduous adulation. The clock in his bedroom had struck nine before he awoke still in the ambassador s pyjamas for he has none of his own. He no longer has to rely on borrowed garments nor the double breasted Blue suit which a Valet found for him somewhere in the embassy household sunday. Several suits for which he was measured monday were delivered As soon As he got out of bed this morning. Shoe boxes in mountainous array were placed at his Teet. He had to try on 72 pair of shoes before he found any that would fit. Seemingly there is something different in a he contours of the feet cultivated in parts from those grown in the Middle West the first pair that happened to fit were of a Hue which is known out in St. Louis As a High Yaller a but Lindbergh decided to take them for there was Little time to waste in trying to find a Calmer color. The first of the new parisian suits he elected to Wear was a double breasted Gray one. It did no to fit him perfectly but it was better looking than the borrowed one which had been hanging loosely about his slim body the past two Days. A White starched Collar gave a background to a Gray silk tie one of Many brought to the embassy for his selection. When he had dressed thus become ugly the Young aviator went downstairs to breakfast with his guardian Angel ambassador her Rick they sat in a sunlit room that looked i it on the embassy s private Garden fragrant with Flower. Not far away the aviator could see Eiffel Tower tall and g. Bue Home of late. A aunt a inst the cloudless morning sky. He has been asked whether he intended to go up Eiffel Tower and his reply was a i suppose so. I have already flown Over greets Many visitors while he ate his Bacon and Lega great Many other men who had partaken Only of the French Little breakfast of Coffee with hot milk and a bit of bread began arriving at the embassy. There was Theodore Rousseau american banker in Paris come to help a the boy a with amazing mountains of congratulations and a a propositions that have flooded Iii on him every hour every moment almost since that instant when his Silvery ship of the air Slid Down upon the Green grass of Lebourget. There was a the american reception committee of the National aeronautical association of America a a group of americans resident in Paris who intended to be the first to great Lindbergh when he landed saturday night. Then there was the reception committee from the International league of aviators headed by Clifford b. Harmon. Breakfast Over Lindbergh went into the room where these committees were waiting and Shook everyone a hand and with seeming timidity thanked them one and All for their kindness. The ambassador did not leave his Side for a moment. The optometric service that our training and experience combined with absolutely the most modern refracting equipment enables us to give you is Why we Are constantly add ing new patients to our following. Consult with us Walter b. Lyon o. D. Your optometrist third floor Home invest. Bldg. Atlanta society thrilled Over 5 elopement a a Duke Terrell son of a Fin department Captain and a Star player on the Oglethorpe baseball team. Both Are still in school. A week later came a Iii Able elopement. Sally Kellogg and he j Friend Josephine Clark eloped respectively with a icarus of Hardin pretty Debs flee to famous alar tackle of the Oglethorp oot a 1 in Ball team and Joseph Tach an new York Church to be that w a a wedded. J to Anderson s. C., and upon their return tried like or. And or. Terrell to keep the marriages n secret but were unsuccessful a few Days after miss Nemcy engagement to William Gordonsville Ole Johnson of Brookfield township Worth county la., was a caller in the t we have seen a copy of the daily iowan official student newspaper i Nivert sity of Iowa which contains a very Good portrait of Grace Warner also a pleasing writeup of interest to her Many friends and relatives Here. Or. Jackman of Freeborn representative of Ward 8 remedies we As Here thursday this was his first trip this season that the roads permitted the use of his automobile. Friends of mrs. Thomas of Albert Lea regret to hear of her Accident. Many Gordonsville people attended the funeral of Leona Seuser in Albert i a still More went to the interment in Greenwood cemetery. The Flowers were wonderful both in Quantity and Beauty. Leona we As born in Gordonsville when the family lived Here and her Many relatives Here feel her loss. Orba Boley entertained the outer Circle of tile ladies Aid thursday afternoon. The pupils of the primary room enjoyed a hike wednesday following afternoon recess when the ram obligingly abated. They had a pleasant time. We. Buchanan of Northwood was in Gordonsville Friday shipping cattle. # mrs. Logg was called to Rudd in. Her Mother who was waiting a daughter there was taken ill. Auctioneer we. Nelson was in Gordonsville on thursday. Belt Youmans went to Kensett tuesday taking his father to his Home after a visit in the Home Here. Miss Cross returned missionary from Africa gave an interesting til in in the Church sunday morning. Rev. Gebhard thus was enabled to further recuperate from his recent operation. Miss Cross african experience As related by her was enlightening and enjoyable. De Youmans and family of Kensett la., were sunday guests in the family of his brother Bert Youmans. Don t forget the Royal neighbor convention to he held wednesday May 25, in the Gordonsville Hail. Atlanta May 25.�? apr Young Dan cupid has the whole town talking five times within two months a air with live with. Prettiest Bud. A. Heathy Princeton athlete an i heir principal figure., pan society Ben to the Healey minions a. A surprised with elopement. New pounced he. Wont to new writ York s famous a Lille Chute,011 v to with her Mot or. Them around the Corner was the scene Quot he aft Quot met Edward Frh idly of two of the weddings. I tto Apenbaum of Salt Lake to. Anne Cooper a vivacious Ben who had hew Wun a few a Eta Neie. Gave lire romantic Vogue it a re it log a in 10 a a a no a the Quot la Quot revival by visiting new York Nahori Church around the Comer a. In Atter Samuel Edward Gnu decl had acne of one More wedding. Been entertained Here. Her plans known and mrs. James the British believe i hath. Maxwell Couper. The Mother and Rinc Hahs Nill Lake to hat the Atlanta Swain to whom miss kinship a easily As falling Oft a Cooper was reported engaged Hoise. Terre haute Mal. Hastened to new Yark. Entreaties were in vain and miss Couper and or. Giudici were married in the Little Church. Around the Corner. Then Idolene Lewman one of this seasons debutantes and a student at Oglethorpe University eloped to Conyers ga., with Royall go to the modern method for Fine shoe repairing on College St., opposite Public Library judge overrules Chaplin demurrer Laos Angeles May 25�? apr Superior judge e. F. Hahn Over i ruled Charlie chaplins demurrer j to the divorce suit of his wife. Lita i Grey Chaplin and denied a motion by the film comedian to strike out Many of the most sensational charges of the complaint. The family of Manly Low Wert of complications found to be Fine by former Gordons Illey neighbors who visited them sunday. Wife of legislator Dies Mankato. Ai inn. May 2 a mrs. Ii. Or. Hazel 61 years Obi wife of i representative Hazel of Blue Martli 1 county died late monday As a result following a fall about a week ago in which she suf i red a broken hip. Start advertising to the Tribune it brings results. Minnesota state Quot expert mental Creamery state Creamery butter Price 48c 5 in. Jars 47c at All stores silk sports hots and Felt sports hats in seven colors. 7 rimmed with ear ring ornament. Only $1.65 Groeb Etta it Usu sub i at Pontiu handful Ofaf Amiin you weekend Mere is your Quot what to take Quot problem solved in a hurry. With this Happy group of costumes the big five of the apparel world reposing Between sheets of tissue paper in your travelling bag you can face even the most crowded schedule of weekend festivities with Delight confident that no clothes need can Spring up that will find you unprepared. No. I. Very important because it is Ideal for morning Wear yachting canoeing or when you Are just resting is the simple tailored dress. In tub Bable silk. $18.50. I n Rayon $5.95. No. 2. A smart tailored coat of Tweed. Kasha or twill for the Cool Days $21.50 to $49.50. No. 3. Some choose one piece Wool bathing suits $3.50. Others prefer dressier styles $6.00. No. 4. Silk and Rayon lingerie in an abundance of styles and qualities $1 of to $5.00. No 5. Since to look like a picture is quite the Vogue you will of course want a frock of the Huffy Type. Perfect for Bridge Tea ing or parties on toe Lawn is the frock of printed Chiffon. $8.50 to $39.50 Geo. E. Brett co. Quality goods at a moderate pric j

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