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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - September 23, 1937, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday Berte mss St 1�t he evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Society and clubs Clarks Grove old school had meeting Twenty three �?ochildren0 of years ago had enjoyable gathering in basement of Village Church. A month. Mrs. Ellek Aeu told of a few funny incidents taking place while she was the school teacher which were enjoyed by All. Mrs. J Erickson has two Sisters and one brother in Albert Lea who belong to the club. They Are mrs. P. A Nelson mrs. A. E. Arisen and c. C. Hanson. The old school House club met in the Church basement at a larks Grove for a one of clock dinner tuesday sept. 21. It was the third annual get together. A tasty two course dinner which was brought by those present was served by mrs. Arnold Peterson. Mrs. Geo. Larson and mrs. Lier Rasmus son. Following is the program rented. With c. I. Jensen of Albert overshoes Lea acting As toastmaster Call for dinner or. Wagdall ask ing the Blessing. Secretary treasurers report was read accepted. The Secretary read a let-1 eluded ter from Mary Ellie son of Chicago course who taught in �?T73 and 74 at the Laws of our enormous salary of Twenty dollars j proved highly it was decided by the members to meet again next year. The same officers were elected mrs. O. E. Jensen Secretary and treasurer mrs. J. E. Jensen and mrs. Lars Larson helpers. There were Short talks during the evening by different ones. Mrs a. E. Carlson told about her first Day at school. Mrs Charley Peterson said she was Happy to be Able to be present. A song Quot Faith of our was Sung by the Jensen Brothers and sister mrs. Andrew Peterson told of her attending spelling school a. P. Paulson. Pre told about his wife a first pair of and what a curiosity they were to the rest of the children and c. C. Hansen of Albert and Lea made a few remarks. Or. Fog and Dall was then called and he concise program with a Dis on the Constitution and government which instructive and inspiring. Quot blessed be the tie that binds Quot was Sung by All and adjournment took place followed by a social hour. There were Twenty three present. 4 following the regular meeting of the sons of Norway at the elks Hall wednesday evening the families and Young people were entertained at an informal entertainment. Refreshments were served. Full fashioned wingless perfect Quality silk hosiery famous Gay modes 59 or. So Clear and Beautiful a just what you la want to Wear with the new Shorter skirts they re economical too chiffons and service weights in the very newest fall colors. By to 10v�. Mesdames Albert o. Wetland Norman e. Peterson Charles g. Edwards Helen Sieglaff and mrs. Manville Sprague of Wausau wig., who is a guest in this City motored to St. Paul today to be luncheon guests of mrs. Arthurw Williams formerly miss Helen Merrill of Albert Lea. The Albert Lea ladies Are returning to the City today. 4 4 mrs. F. G. Folken and mrs. Reid Edwards were joint hostesses at a Bridge luncheon Given at the Folken Home on Park Avenue wednesday at one of clock. About forty guests were present. Mrs. Nato Whtiney mrs. Robert Dwight and mrs. H. A. Spencer received the Prises. Mrs. R. H. Dual void and her daughter mrs. Helen Sieglaff entertained a few friends at an informal Coffee at the Knatvold Home on Park Avenue wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ruth Knatvold Jensen and mrs. Manville Sprague who Are House guests at the Knatvold Home were among those present. A a a go a group of neighbors and friends pleasantly surprised mrs. Walter Petersen at her Home on River Lane tuesday evening the occasion being her birthday. Bunco furnished the entertainment and prizes were won by mrs. Grove and mrs. Buck. Mrs. Petersen was presented with a Beautiful gift after which a delicious luncheon was served by the self invited guests. A 4 a or. And mrs. Henry Schewe and daughter Marvyl and or. And mrs. Will Schewe and family All of near twin lakes mrs. Martha Toenges and son Manville or. Robert Schewe All of near Armstrong were entertained at the Herman Wittmer Home North of Armstrong last sunday for dinner and supper. The afternoon was spent in a social w a. 4 a observing the birthday anniversary of their son or. Franklyn Behr or. And mrs. Henry Behr were hosts at dinner wednesday evening at their Home on Jefferson Avenue. The guests included or. And mrs. Merval Jenson mrs. Green of Long Beach calif., who is a guest in the City or. And mrs. Arnold Larson and or. And mrs. Peter Larson. And sister miss gland and some friends gathered around a Bonfire Florl Runau Towl fit Quot a v it. To att to Etc wieners had been roasted games were played. Officers for the coming year Are As follows president. Viola David son Vic president Jeo Halvorson Secretary Doris Halvorson treasurer Velma Holland adult leaders mrs. Of Halvorson or. Ernest j double ring ceremony. Jensen program committee. Max by mrs. Walter Ine Halvorson and Almal Sugen. 4 4 4 mrs. Theodore b. Peterson gave a Farewell party wednesday afternoon in Honor of mrs. H. Val Bush la her sister in Law who is leaving in the near future for her Home in California and also in Observance of the guest of Honor a birthday anniversary. The guests were old time friends and spent a pleasant afternoon reminiscing. Mrs. Vanbusch Bas spent the past four months As the guest of her Mot bet mrs. N. C Peterson and her brother. Or. Al Peterson of 712 Lincoln Avenue. Guests included the mesdames s. E. Severson. T. J. Hellie Sophus Peterson Aaron Peterson Elmer Peterson Nel Nelson. Frost j. P. Sorenson Dan Christenson Annie Norgaard and Chris Christenson. 4 4 4 mrs. Gordon Hammond and mrs. Sam Wangen honoured miss Magdalen Hanson at a prenuptial Shower and Bridge wednesday evening at the Home of mrs. Hammond on East main Street. There were five tables of contract. Mrs. Lloyd Mccormick and mrs Eddie Ruble were presented the Prises. Mrs. Ruble also received the travelling prize. The appointments of the party were in pastel shades of Pink yellow Green and White. Favors were miniature corsages and miss Hanson was presented with a larger Corsage. Miss Hanson who will be married to or. Robert Downie during october was obliged to search for her gifts clues to the places where they had been concealed being found in various places about the Hammond Home. The Friendship bunco club met at the . Rooms on tuesday evening with mrs. S. Hauge As hostess. Bunco was enjoyed at four tables with honors going to mrs. Snitzler mrs. Webster Horning and mrs. Weeks. Two of the guests mrs. Converse and mrs. Passer were honoured with a birthday Shower of gifts and congratulations. The hostess served a Nice lunch and All enjoyed a social Bour. About one Hundred friends and relatives attended a Shower Friday afternoon sept. 17 at the Harlan Nelson Home in Honor of mrs. Nelsons sister. Miss june Beighley of Gordonsville. A color scheme of Pink and White was used in the rooms and table decorations. The brides table being graced by a double tiered brides cake in Pink and White and topped by a miniature Bride and Groom. The afternoon was spent informally each lady present writing out her for the brides filing Cabinet. The gifts were presented in a big clothes Basket decorated in Pink and White which was carried in by both Ruthie Beighley and la Vonne Kreuson after All present had seen the gifts which were Many and Beautiful and the Honor guest had thanked those present. A Buffet luncheon was conred. A a the Hoidal Parent teachers association held their first meeting this year at the school House Friday evening sept. 17. After the business meeting the following program was Given Community singing a clarinet Solo by miss Miller accompanied on the piano by her Mother miss gyda aim gave an interesting talk about her tour to the Pacific coast during the past summer and Community singing closed the program. Launch was served by mrs. H. Shold mrs. Minor Olson and mrs. Severt Hsiuin. Or. And mrs. Hyman Levich of Des Moines announce the engage meat of their daughter Esther to Robert Hirsch son of Herbert Hirsch 620 Washington Avenue Northwest. Mason City. No Date has been set for the wedding. Miss Levich a graduate of the los Angeles High school has been employed by the National travellers casualty company of Des Moines. Robert has been associated with the Mason City fur shop since his graduation from Mason City High school. Herbert Hirsch was formerly of Albert Lea. 4 4 4 a quiet wedding took place at the Trinity lutheran parsonage in Owatonna on Friday evening september seventeenth at 7 30 o clock when miss Josephine Johnson daughter of or. And mrs. John Johnson became the Bride of or Arthur Dumke of Anoka Minn. The Rev. Or. Fjelstad read the marriage vows. The Bride and Groom were attended by the brides parents or. And mrs. John John son. Mrs. Dumke was gowned in Dubonnet crepe and wore hat and accessories to match. A reception followed at the Home of the Bride at which immediate relatives and friends were guests. Or. And mrs. Dumke will reside in Anoka. 4 4 4 the woman said and Mission society of him first lutheran Church met wednesday. Sept. 22 at 3 of clock in Bethany Hall. The meeting was called to order by the president mrs. K. A. Thors Tenson. Hymn no. 70 Quot lord Jesus Christ be present now a was Sung by All. Rev. Sorenson read the 84 psalm followed by prayer. Hymns no. To 6, 399 and 232 were Sung. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The president announced that the w. M. F. Circuit convention would be held at Waseca oct. 12. Mrs. K. A. Thorstenson Aud mrs. George Grunwald were elected Dele Gates to the convention and mrs. Walter Swenson and mrs. L. H. Schwartz were elected alternates. She again announced the smorgasbord to be held Friday sept. 24. And that the next woman s Aid meeting would be Pioneer Day. Jean and Marian Bagley played a Lovely piano Solo. Quot Ballet written by Schubert. Mrs Paul Mcdonald Sang two solos a Young Birch by Anna Egeberg and Quot Solveigh song a by Grieg Rev. Rondo spoke very impressively on his trip to Denmark. Mrs. G. F. Teter was in charge j of the program. The meeting closed by praying the lord s prayer Aud singing the doxology. 4 4 4 lunch assisted Leonhardy. 4 a v Beighley Dahlk miss june Beighley became the Bride of i. Reuben i Bible sunday september i at a ceremony per formed in the lutheran parsonage in Northwood la by the Rev. Tor Gerson who used the impressive the Bride was attended by her sister miss Ruth Beighley Aud or. Palmer Hallie brother of the Groom sited As Best Man. Tho Bride wore a rust coloured crepe dress with Blue accessories and the Groom wore the conventional Black. The bridesmaids dress was of flowered silk and Aho wore a Gold Pendant and Bracelet set with Varico lored atones w hich was a gift of the Bride. After the ceremony the Happy couple left for a Short trip to Quot parts unknown after which they will he at borne on the Hallie farm near Emmo a. Xxx the Trinity lutheran ladles Aid met wednesday afternoon in the Church parlor. To commemorate the United states Constitution sesquicentennial Celebration the following patriotic program was Given hymn. Quot March Onward March talk Quot the formation of the Constitution Quot mrs. Mabel Hanson hymn Quot hold the a few Brief remarks on the Lead ing men of the constitutional period were Given by mrs. Alice Anderson. A Story on Abraham Lincoln and Robert e. Lee was read by Rev. H. W. Rondo. Piano Solo or. Alice Anderson. Song Quot America the Beautiful a by the ladles chorus. Hymn a Short business meeting Fol Lowed. The program was very much enjoyed by everyone present. The Church Parlours were beautifully decorated in patriotic colors. The table decorations were especially attractive with Small flags As a Centrepiece and red. White and Blue can Lea on each end and streamers draped around the sides of the table a very delicious lunch was served by the following hostesses mesdames p. L. Hanson Chris Hanson Andrew Anderson and Victor Han son. 4 4 4 sri Kral musical numbers Short talks readings and a poem consisted the program Given by the Luther leagues of the Trinity Ion Theran Church september 22, in commemoration of he one Hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution. A i his was done in compliance with the request of the United states Constitution sesquicentennial commission that every City town institution and organisation in America participate in Tome Way. In Honor of the occasion the Church Parlours were very appropriately decorated with flags and crepe paper Streames Aud Flowers of red White and Blue. The decorations were done by miss Luella Nielsen and miss Sigrud Aarons. An introduction to the evenings program was Given by miss Luella Nielsen president of the senior league. The patriotic hymn Quot America a was Sung after which reverend h. W. Bon do Lei the Audi a Nee a a Crip we Reading Tad prayer. Howard Whitmore played a French Horn Solo entitled Quot whys poring Hope a he was accompanied by miss shit Ley Anderson. President Roosevelt a proclamation designating the period from september 17, 1937 to april 30, 19.>9, As one for the commemoration of this anniversary was read by Howard Rasmussen president of the Junior league. Miss Marjorie Peterson read a Brief article Quot the heart and soul of the Coua Titu Hon this was a extract from a radio address delivered by sol Bloom director general of the aes i qui Centennial commission. A Solo entitled Quot god of our path j Era a was Sung by miss Elizabeth Mortenson who was accompanied1 by miss Grace Olsen. Mrs. Milton High by Lead the poem Quot Barbara printable a a copy of which she ob-1 tabled at Barbara for Latchley a Home in Frederick Maryland miss Ruby Myre spoke upon the purpose of the Celebration As a whole and the various plane which news to Minot North Dakota mrs. A f. Teter went to Minot n. Do a this morning for a few Days visit with her sister who has been very Iii the psst several weeks. Born at Naeve Hospital or. And mrs. Rudolf Nelson of London mina., Are proud parents of a baby daughter born to them at the Naeve Hospital saturday sept. Ii Mother and daughter Are doing As Well As can be expected. In Provino slowly or. Chris Aarstad mrs. Iosef tier 7u water Street who auf fared a broken hip two months ago is reported to he improving slowly she a Side to leave the Naeve Hospital two win it is ago. Or. Agar stud. W to it very ill shows no signs have been made for the Observance of this anniversary throughout the a mi>r01r� entire United states. Milton High ,0wans to Mark by briefly discussed the adoption of Albert Lea Trail the Constitution and told of the in Owa off Cori the daughters of pres Aion be received when he saw Ltd it revolution prepared the original document in the con today to ratty 01,1 Thor to Gressional Library at Washington Quot mrk the 0, 1 i Ltd tary Road used by Pioneer Iowa at the conclusion of or. High Hyp a speech Rev. Hondo spoke a few words on the privileges enjoyed by a citizen living la a democracy in comparison with Tho a enjoyed by a Cit son living under a form of government which allows no Relig ions social or political Freedom. The program was concluded with the singing of Quot the Star spangled banners and the pledging of Aile glance to the Flag. Lunch was served and some time wan spent by the Young people in a social Way Many of them re viewing the historic events of the Early fathers. And Minnesota territory troops. Troops blazed the Dragoon Trail in 1826 on a journey from Keokuk to the old fort Des Moines army i it Ost at lha Raccoon River Forks and from there to a Garrison at Albert Lea. Attended funeral at Oran Iowa or. And mrs. Fred Buenzow Gaul daughter Jane motored to Oran la., a a saturday afternoon to be pre ent at the funeral services for Glenn Bailey on monday morning. Or. Bailey is a brother in Law of or. Bunsow. They returned on tuesday evening. Was father of Albert Lea Man funeral service for Lionel Vivian Archer Burton 76, resident of Martin county were conducted Wedny Adry at St. Martins episcopal Church. Born of English aristocratic Stock in Germany Burton was a classmate of Kaiser Wilhelm is elementary school. The decease i was the father of v. L a. Burton of Albert and St. Paul. Quot finn wins hi8 court Case the Case of finn a. Nannestad is. Elmer n. And Margret Nelson a tried yesterday in the District court. The suit involved a promissory note. At the conclusion of the evidence the issues were submitted to the jury members who returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendants for the full amount claimed attorney Joseph r. Gunderson represented the plaintiff finn a. Nannestad and attorney Cliff Hansen represented the defendants. Cut we. Mottos Alice Faye the Ritz Bros. Ooh Ameche Gypsy Rose Lee Chas. Winning Rubi Hopf Sun. Mon. And tues. Broadway m Wilco my 219-21 so. Broadway Albert Lea Minn. 4 4 4 the East Mansfield 4 h club met at Dorothy Nelson s Home on monday evening september 13. Officers were elected for the coming year and membership cards filled out. After the business meeting everyone took part in a mrs. Albert Davidson was the Winner. Then the club members their parents Small Brothers miss Vera Grams was honoured by a very Lovely Post nuptial Shower Given at the Home of mrs. Thor Emstad. Miss Grams is to be the Bride of or. Earl Emstad in the very near future. On the table in the Large dining room was a Lovely tiered wedding cake decorated wih Pink Rose buds and on the top tier was mounted a very pretty Bride and Groom with four bridesmaids. Rainbow streamers formed an Arch from cake to Pink candles in tall Candle Sticks. Miss Grams received Many Beautiful and useful presents for her future Home which will be in Brainerd Minn. Or. Emstad who was formerly with Burns More Dairy Here has accepted a position with the Creamery at Brainerd. Miss Grams is a graduate of our local High school and a teacher in the methodist sunday school. Thermally friends will miss them but wish them years and years of happiness and Success in their new Boma mrs. Emstad served a delicious easy to ass a a to Trade ins free trial Sau 4m.fr Kura h High Flirl Rorr Atria to in tart Graal foreign reception. Piffier Wolf amp sons Friday specials new pack Catsup is in Large 14-ox. Bottles Only 10c. Butternut Coffee 2-lb. Tins to. 26vc. Felt naptha soap Carton Only 45c. Crisp Crunchy butter cookies Are going fast at 2 pkg. 27c. Cigarettes Are always cheap in the �?opit0. Cracker Jack now Only 3 pkg. 10c. Mustard sardines make a Ideal lunch and Only 3 cans for 25c. Swan Down cake flour regular silo packages Only 24c. New shipment italian prunes 87c a crate. A we Sou for lots visit Malmer a for prices to Wist Clark Street Young and inexpensive sport Coats a shaggy fleeces i a Brilliant tweeds a camels hair Pearl Glo linings # fitted reefers a casual swagger a sport coat should be smart in a nonchalant Way. It should be warm and made of Best wools. Because of what punishment it takes. In Stevenson s magnificent collection you have unmatchable Cholee in fashion fabric and Quality. The largest stocks in our history Are ready for you nows fur1 a r de ore1 to Ipp Felt a tut1 out to to to t Albert Lea Minn

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