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Albert Lea Tribune (Newspaper) - April 23, 1958, Albert Lea, Minnesota Albert gleanings Home from convention daughter is born Harlan s. Erickson Sheri Dan staff sgt. And mrs. Donald hast., returned Home monday eve Gen of the Duluth air base Are the Ning from St. Paul where he rep a parents of a daughter born april resented the Albert Lea musicians 20 in Duluth. She is the first child association at the 35th annual con in the family. Mrs. Haugen is the mention of the Midwest conference former Bonnie Anderson Daugh of musicians april 19-21 in the to Ter of or. And mrs. Otto Ander Tel St. Paul. Son 106 e. 3rd. Paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. E. J. Haugen 1221 s. Madison. Home from vacation or. And mrs. C. J. Leusman 217 Lee place returned Home Satur visit Lake Mills Day from Delray Beach Fla. Where or. And mrs. Don Levison and they had vacationed for t w of Bobby 810 Ramsey were guests months. Released from Naeve Russell Hanson Minnesota ave., has been released from Naeve Hospital where he had been a patient for two weeks with Var u s pneumonia. Parents of daughter or. And mrs. Marlin Peters of Waseca Are the parents of a daughter. The baby is the great great granddaughter of mrs. John Eck Art North Bridge. Sunday of mrs. Levison a parents or. And mrs. Leonard Gunderson in Lake Mills. Weekend Here or. And mrs. A. C. Helleckson Gwen and Linda of Mounds formerly of Albert Lea were weekend visitors Here. Guests for weekend or. And mrs. Lewis Christenson Tommie and Mary Beth of St. Louis Park spent the weekend in the Home of or. And mrs. Don Drom Zerhausen 409 e. 4th St. Birthday party guests at a first birthday party for Douglas Heilman son of or. New residents or. And mrs. Oscar Puls r u a Rocky and Karen for in e y of Spencer Iowa Are now making their Home at 207 Morningside and mrs. Dale Heilman Todd ave., Kulsrud is sales manager for the april 18 were or. And mrs. He line poultry farm of Swaton it Carles Heilman or and mrs Irwin Hanson or. And mrs. Jack by line poultry a. Guests sunday guests sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. H. A. Kolstad Lee place were or. And mrs. Al Enabnit of Clear Lake Iowa or. And mrs. Luck Wilkie of Kanawha Iowa and Winkie Housh of Garner Iowa. Joint meeting members of Freeborn county association for mentally Reta r d e d children were guests of the Austin association at a joint meeting in Austin april 14. Those attending from Albert Lea were mrs. Floyd Llaves mrs. A. C. Graham mrs. Floyd Adair mrs. Marana Mcintyre. Mrs. Ora Gray mrs. Charles Reed or. And mrs. Brackey mrs. A. P. Gadbois mrs. Ralph Erland son and mrs. Leonard Hagen. Albert lean going to school meeting two City residents will attend the state meeting of the Minn e s o t a school business officials Friday at Edina. Irvin Anderson High school and Mills trave assistant and Martin Jordahl assistant superintendent of buildings and grounds will attend As representatives of the Albert Lea Independent school dist riot 241. Problems of school account n g and auditing will be discussed As Well As Legal aspects of schools. Ellendale boy killed by tractor Holland ate a residents of the Hollandale i c i n i t y were stunned last night Over the untimely death of Jerald goodnature 11-Ycar-old son of or. And mrs. Daniel goodnature who was killed in a tractor Accident. The Accident occurred at 6 p. In. In a Field at the goodnature farm. Route 2, Ellendale three Miles North of Hollandale. Jerald and his brother Gary were driving the tractor into the Field after they had finished the chores. The tractor tipped and pinned Jerald to the ground. Gary managed to jump Clear of the overturning tractor. Brick funeral Home Owatonna has charge of the funeral services which will be at 9 30 a. In. Friday at St. Mary a Catholic Church at Newry. The body will be at the goodnature Home tonight and thursday. Rosary will be said tonight and tomorrow night at the goodnature Home. Besides his parents and brother Gary Jerald is survived by another brother David and two Sisters Beverly and Mary Beth. Grandparents surviving Are or. And mrs. Garritt Van Hal. Hollandale. Two Steele county women run unusual occupations by Mary Byers i several hatching during a season two Steele county women have and raises the Birds on a feed unusual occupations and both of which she mixes herself from j Farum left for Minneapolis today them seem to take their work with Corn grown on her own acres. She. Where he will partic i p a t e As a also has a few chickens to make member of the executive Board of the thing interesting. Most of the split Stoesser pheasants which Are plucked and Wells Farmer helps to form egg association Henry Soost local Albert Lea Tribune wednesday. April 21, 1458 Wells the sense of humor and ease which May be after All the secret of real achievement. The first of them. Mrs. De split Stoesser wife of a Gas station pro boxed in specially Vrap Praetor is the sole owner of a pers Are sold in ones and twos pheasant ranch preparing her to salesmen driving by who want Birds for consumption in Swanky Johnsrud Kim and Keven. Attend Funera l Sam Kirkpatrick 1402 South Broadway returned yesterday from Meadville pa., where ice Nad been called by the death of his Mother. She died april 6 and was buried april 9. Druggist Here honoured for 50 years of service Albert t. Nelson of Albert Lea was among the 14 Veteran pharmacists who was honoured for 50 years of service to the profession. Nelson and the others were honoured at a dinner Given last night in Minneapolis by the Minnesota state pharmaceutical association. The banquet brought to a close the annual meeting. There Are about 2,000 members in the state. Ted f. Maier Winona was elected president. Restaurants As far off As Arizona. Or. And mrs. Split Stoesser spend their Winters in the Florida keys where they Are Champion deep sea fishermen capturing Many trophies. In the summer they Are to be found at their Home near Ellen Dale on Highway 65. And it is Here that mrs. Split Stoesser has her Covey of pheasants featuring two Cocks and their numerous harems. Sells dressed Birds she Breeds the Birds who have to take the Little woman a treat a As or. Split Stoesser says. Mrs. Split Stoesser has expanded her pheasant a crop this Spring and Hopes to put herself in the finds business profitable White haired widow has Job As Kitty Sitte in a Manchester area Pioneer 85, Dies rites Friday directors in the organization meet Kansas City up mrs. F. X. I my Friend mrs Jane Connard on ing of the Minnesota egg product j Ritchie a White haired Little the Street. She a a buyer for a department store and goes East to Market four times a year. The Day i met her she was All upset Over having to leave her two Black cats when she went to new York again a a it always frightened the cats to be carried out of the House to a pet boarding House. A Jane said a now Why could t you come and stay with cookie and Pidgie in my apartment that started my Kitty sitting a Mother of seven sons and a daughter who Are Well scattered in new York Atlanta Mobile and St. Louis mrs. Ritchie had plenty of time to take on other cat caring ers association. J widow is a Kitty Sitter. Following the meeting Board a yes sir i be raised and loved members will participate with gov cats Ever since i was a Little girl Orville Freeman in a telecast. Army that s been a Long time ago Quot the organization of the state egg she said. Quot and cats love me. When Industry has been prompted a i was a youngster we lived in St. Cording to Soost by the necessity Louis and we had 17 cats at one of upgrading their product and of time most of them strays. Per cent of this product outside come a Kitty Sitter. One Day i met of the Boundary of the state. A a president of the new group is Richard Cole St. Paul. Other Board members include Soost. The new association is first of its kind in the nation. It is inde-1 pendent and is not dependent on government or University. Cool weather and rain Heads for Minnesota firemen help Rescue siamese cat from tree a siamese cat belonging to mrs. Leroy Pilgrim 221 first Street was helped to descend from a tree last night by the local fire department. It seems that the pet. Who is about to become a Mother was treed by a neighbourhood dog in front of her Home yesterday afternoon and took Refuge 30 feet above the ground in a Birds nest built in a Crotch of the tree. Despite the resentment of t h e nests irate owner and the reiterated pleas of mrs. Pilgrim below the terror stricken an i in a i remained up the tree from around noon until Early evening. She missed her supper. Finally at 9 of clock the fire department was called. Their wide experience in such matters evidently turned the trick for the Sia mrs. Thomas John Emma Bleckeberg 85, of 8304 South Broadway a resident of Albert Lea the last 30 years died tuesday at 5 p. M. She was visiting daughters in Minneapolis and died nets and fancy As Ltd it i a in i pillar cot in route to the Hospital there with what was apparently a heart attack. Mrs. Bleckeberg was born Jan. 7, 1877, at Manchester township Tho daughter of or. And mrs. By Vert Thoreson. She lived most of her life in Freeborn county. She was married to Thomas John Bleckeberg in 1901 at Manchester. He died in 1928. They Are survived by a son Ernest in Albert Lea and four daughters mrs. Lloyd Alma Jacobson and mrs forefront of her super luxury Trade. Finding a Market for about 70 a now i did t Ever plan to be runs produce firm miss Letta afdem proprietor of the afdem produce company in Blooming Prairie is resigned to her position at the busiest Corner in town. A at least every solicitor finds is the Way she puts it. Of her Large collection of flowering Cancu she says Quot they have very pretty Flowers but they re a vey homely Letta and Gena afdem carry on a Wool egg and Chicken business which is still Active and growing after a Long period. Both Are in their 70 s. Business in the old fashioned store with its old fashioned Roll top desk and clothes press is carried on with just a touch of housekeeping in preference to the Culine preference for steel cab Cool weather will remain in min the group w ill set up county or Nesotas for the next five Days and jobs As Hor friends spread the a animations this week. First Quarter water Bills Are due on april 30 there will be considerable rain word. Letta wears regular Cotton print be on aprons. Ifs because of the acid used in testing the eggs. Better spoil the apron than dress she feels because one wayward splash and that s the end of the Letta regrets the recent drop of the Wool Market to a 40-year Low and says that a a there a a lot Mort grief and More Competition in the produce business than when she started 40 years ago. But the Sisters have no intention of stopping their lucrative Corner shop. Unlike the modern career Hans Josie Robertson both i Lurf a woman who began work Boot Minneapolis mrs. Robert Stel j Jere a world War is Likely other officers Are Arnold goals i Mese started to come Down she St. Paul Paul c. Anderson Duluth i Chi a nce. But she re covered her and Orace Hanson Minneapolis vice presidents or. W. J. Hadley Minneapolis Secretary and John b. Tomhave also of Minneapolis treasurer. Coming events april 23 Western Star Lodge no. 26 of and am regular meeting Ana lunch a 7 30 p. In. First lutheran mothers club at youth room a 8 p. In. Pickerel Lake Concordia lutheran father and son banquet a 7 p. In. Moose family night at 328 East main a 8 p. M. April 24 East Freeborn lutheran ladles Aid a 2 30 p. In. First Luthern Circle 22 at Home of mrs. Robert Heil Man 1140 Frank hall�?8 p. M. Aba review 28 meets at the Home of mrs. Roy bedford�?7 30 p. In. Lahm and Canton at vow Hall �?8 p. M. Local 9 pipe fitters auxiliary no. Ill will hold card party and potluck supper at Albert Lea Union Tenter note change of place a 8 p. In. Mansfield ladies Ald and missionary society a 2 p. In Concrete Block kills Little boy Summerton . Of a a up hold on the tree and went Back to her owners arms. Mrs. Pilgrim said today that she thinks a vote of thanks is due the firemen who respond so quickly to Calls such As these. School Secretary to attend meeting la Flat Lela Albert Lea and mrs. Ernie Nora Williamson Glenville. Sixteen grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren survive. Mrs. Bleckeberg was a member of the first lutheran Church. Funeral services will be held in the first lutheran Chapel Friday at 1 30 p. In. The Rev. Melford s. Knutson will officiate. Burial will be at the West Freeborn lutheran cemetery. Friends May Call at the Bonner up and son funeral Home. During the period says the weather Bureau today. Temperature for april 23-28 will average about Normal Northeast to some five degrees below nor in a i West and South. Normal Low Range is near 32 North to mid 30s South. First Quarter water Bills Are due Normal High is 55 North to about by the end of april City i Lerk South. Normal High is 55 North treasurer Btu Aanerud warned to about m Sou a How does one go about getting Kitty sitting jobs a just the same Way you would ask for any other she explained. A i go to the Homes and get inspected by the cats of they like me i get the new ban corporation declare dividend to have a different idea of business world pre flapper so speak. Albert leans daughter Dies in Wisconsin mrs. Bruce d. Frances Luet Scher 34. Daughter of or. And mrs. Albert g. Rose. 1125 Lake i e w blvd., and Secretary of the democratic party of Wisconsin died sunday at her Home in Madison wis. Under a physicians care for a heart condition for some time mrs. Luetscher died of a heart attack raking the Lawn at her Home. She had been party executive Secretary since 1950 and served As today. He also suggested the Albert Lea residents Check their voter registration when they the water Bill. He pointed out that registration will close 20 Days before the next election and Many residents have failed to change their registration when they 1. Moved from one part of the City to another 2. Moved into the City from a county precinct 3. Changed their names by marriage or other Means 4. Failed to vote in the last 4 years. The precipitation will Meas r e .20 40 Inch North to a half Inch South. It will Start raining tonight and thursday with lighter rain going into Friday. There will to a slow Clearing and some warmer Over the weekend. Iowa s temperatures will average five to to degrees below Normal. There will be much heavier Rock Hudson wife sues for divorce Santa Monica Calif. A what s it like being married to Rock Hudson nothing but anguish suffering and grievous mental distress says his wife. Mrs. Phyllis Fitzgerald a Hudson s real name is Roy Fitzgerald has sued for divorce and Alimony. She also sued for Possession of their Home and a fair share of rain than in Minnesota. It w i la Community property run from a half to one Inch Start they were married in 1955 Afa r ing tonight an actor meets Secretary Romance rain and cooler weather w i 11 and separated last yeat i hey move into Wisconsin. Have no children. The directors also voted a Cash miss Jennelly Ingvaldson senior Nado slammed a Concrete Block Jujj school Secretary will attend into a House yesterday crushing Spring conference of the min dividend of 58 75 cents per share a 5-year-old boy to death Nesotas association of education on outstanding 4 50 per cent Ron the child a sister sitting beside secretaries May 2 and May 3 Invertible preferred Stock for the per him suffered Only a scratch on Iod beginning april 14. 195 to and Carter raid ah., we i Quot Raj a a Hie a a or ? los a lie and Emily Ann 4, War. Watch Eddrel de by or. Edward Ryn Twet crr. D Wmk Holder of record on inn the dorm through the a tar jargon of the Mayo clinic. He a full May 16. 1958. Due of their Concrete Block tenant describe the. Worlds fair being directors of Northwest ban Cor portion today declared a quarterly Cash dividend of 75 cents per share on outstanding common Mon so Ducrot editor of the Quot Wisconsin Democrat Quot close of business in May 9. 195 Ott Iclal hate publication of the House on a farm near Here. The Hole right held in Brussels Belgium. Tornado smashed ,.,.a a bin men the House. I a Quot a cd Quot us or hop scorching tornadoes Hall a a Fri Quot a a a a or storms and rain Squall slashed connected with education a across Cher parts of South Caro Public and private school. Toueg Lina doing thousands of Dollar of i universe. County superintendent office and the state department of education is eligible for membership. The first National Bank of Albert Lea is a member of the ban corporation to. Her husband a graduate student in journalism at the in Laversi t a was a 1956 candidate for the democrate nomination to the state As Sembly from the second Central Madison District. He survives her. Other survivors Are a son John i her parents and two Sisters a mrs. Doris Nichols Oregon i and mrs. Levy Cambridge mass. Damage to the state s Multi million Dollar peach crop. Woman who cooked for for i dead 60 women carry on sit Down strike Providence . Of sixty women sit Down strikers in evident High spirits carried their warm Springs a. If a the protest work stoppage into a third negro woman who cooked pies Day at m. Amp f. Worsted co. Today Dent Franklin Roosevelt of trim some said they would hold of it and last meals at the late White takes till mothers Day which is House Here is dead. May la. Daisy Bonner who cooked for the women ranging in age from the famous Man for 20 years a a _ 28 to 68, were fortified by food whenever he was in warm Trinity lutheran Santal Circle i i and Coffee that moved into the Springs died just 13 years and to at fireside room. Bible quiz a 2 Mill in a steady Stream tuesday Days after his death. She had been p. In. Might. Halverson round up for pre-1 schooners and their mothers at Hal j verson school a 2 30 p. In. Silver Lake ladies Ald. Sion Bristol women a missionary federations members to be guests a i 2p.m. Moscow lutheran ladles Ald a i 1 p. In. Glenville lutheran ladies Aid at Church Parlours a 2 p. In. Mission Circle 25 of first lutheran at Home of mrs. Fred Fink South Broadway a 2pm. April 25 trondhjem lutheran church1 Home us a missionary federation 2 30 p. In. Golden age club at legion club j rooms a a 2 p. In. Round Prairie ladies Aid at Church a 2 p. In. Elim Circle of Trinity lutheran at fireside room a 2 p. In. In ill health for several years. I cooking plumbers Ouk skills in our i Heads but we Down keep there we 61 i it to you at a Price that is fair today and thursday a malts a shakes Tuy chocolate Strawberry Cherry pineapple butterscotch marshmallow Vanilla Root Beer Blueberry Blackberry Raspberry peach Lime Peppermint Creme de mint Leman banana and others so. Idov. 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Colors Light medium end dark shades of Blue Grey end ten Blacks end charcoal Greys end Browns. Sizes 36 50, shorts regulars end Longs. Ombre striping splashes Ivy stripes neat patterns Shadow plaids end muted stripes. Colors Light and medium shades of blues Greys and tens also Black end charcoal Greys end Browns. Sizes 33 46, shores regulars and Longs. Michaels Stern i of % wools in boucle striping soft random surface patterns ombre Over plaids Heather Mist tones brushed Donegal tweeds. Colors medium end dark shades of Grey Blue end ten Bleck end charcoal Greys end Browns. Sizes 36 50, shorts regulars and Longs. House Albert Lea Minn. Southern Minnesota s largest a finest men s a roys clothing store Cooper plumbing heating of 32 38 Albert Lea

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