Newspaper Page Text
STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI", DECEMBER -1, iO'JO.
Who liavo this year, we believe, a very wonderful as
Ideal Christmas Gifts
Things that are surprisingly low in price, yet possessing
character and distinction.
GIFTS FOR EVERYONE
Family, friends or formal acquaintances, and we are
ready to serve you now. In thus bringing Christmas to
your attention so early we are giving yon the advantage of
selection while the stocks are complete. Also, there are lines
that we will be unable to replace-when sold out.
Do Your Christmas Shopping Early
Siebert's Book Store
Try p glass of. .Uudwulscr at
Big cut on Men's work
Jokerst-Yealy Merc. Co.
A plant for the manufacture
of jelly from seaweeds has beeV
newly established in California.
"The Wonderfnl Oliiuice" star
ling Eugene O'lhieii Sunday at the
Rev. Leo Ebel, formerly as
sistant pastor of Ste. Genevieve,
now at SS. Peter and Paul's
Church, St. Louis, is spending
the week among old acquain
tances and friends in Ste. Gene
For Extra Good Home Killed
Meats, Sausages and Groceries
FhkdS. Orbkms's Mhat AIahkkt
. 162 Main St.
We hae utmost any tiling you
want in the eating line. adv
Compare last week's pictures,
Ruth Clifford in "The Black Gate"
Jack Holt in "The Life Line"
Madge Kennedy in "The Truth"
Compare them with any pictures, anywhere!
There's only one answer, The Lyric's got 'em!
This week's pictures are equally as pod
To-Night Ro,8rt Warwick and Eilleen Percy
in lkirautount'a " MiSSOUfi"
Sunday The great circus picture 'THE JINX"
Three rings and a menagerie of fun
Wednesday BenHBt Wltfl TflBO RObBftS
The Best that Money Can Buy Is Yours at the
ARMORY wre Beatrice Michelina in
'Fresh Oysters at John J.
Oberle's Butcher Shop. adv
George Davis, 9 years old son
of Elmer Davis, while playing at
school Monday fell and broke
his left arm.
Did yon know? Maty Miles
Minter and Eugene O'lirien will
bo at the Armory next week, adv
There are fifty-four kinds of
paper money in the United
Bie cut on men
boys' union suits.
Jokerst-Yealy Merc. Co.
Miss Mary Lawrence and
Henry F. Doll, both of St. Mary's,
were united in marriage at the
Catholic Church at St. Mary's,
Sunday November 21, 1920, Rev.
Father J. P. Newman, pastor of
the church, officiating
"riweet Lavender" with Mary
Mile's Minter Thursday,
ud v Thu A hmoby Theathk .
Every Woman Learns"
Eugene O'Brein in The Wonderful Chance'
The Story of a amateur criminal who wanted to be a master gentleman
Mary Miles Minter
Miss Ann M. O'Hoarnand Mr.
Francis X. Kern wore married
at an 8 o'clock Nuptial Mass,
Wednesday November 24, 11)20,
at the Holy Name Church, in St.
Louis, Rev. Father P. Crane,
performing the ceremony. Miss
Helen Kenny was bridesmaid
and Mr. Sarslield P. Kenny
served as best man. A wed
ding dinner was served at the
homo of the bride's sister- Mr.
and Mrs. 13. M. O'Connell, before
they left for Ste. Genevieve,
where they will make their
Candy and Handmade Gifts
Call at the Biel Building,
opposite Overland Garage, for
(Homemade Candies and Home
I Also furs cleaned, remodeled?
Irelined. Old sets made into latest
styles. New skins" tanned and
made up. All work guaranteed,
Tlio euuhre given on Tlinuks
giviug day liy t.h( Sodality of the
H. V. M. proved to be a big
drawing card, so tnueli so, that
some people could not be accom
modated with tables. The hope
chest, with its precious contents,
was awarded to Miss Lizzie Seitz,
of Troy, Mo.
Order your Ford Crtr to-day.
Pay down and the iremainder
divided into 12 monthly pay
ments. Stanton Garage
Authorized Sales and Service.
Chilmer the 12-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs J. C Iioddick, off,
Perryville, was accidently killed
on Saturday November 20th,
while Hunting. The little boy
liad gone rabbit hunting, carry
ing with him a shotgun which in
some manner was discharged,
tearing away the top of the
child's head and killing him in
stantly. Mr. Roddick is editor
of the Perryville New Era.
A dozen portraits will solve a
dozen of your "What to give at
Christmas?" problems. Sittings
made now relieve you of shop
ping worries later on and we will
liavo- time to give the work
adv Dunkeii's Studio.
Last Monday the Devotions of
the IS lmtirs at.the Catholic Clatrcli
at Ozora closed with a Solemn
High Mass and Benediction. Uev.
Leo Ebel of St. Louis pi cached on
this oecassion and Hey. J Hither
of Pei iryville, sang the High Mass.
They vcre assisted by Kev. Win.
Kotte, Ilev. F. Weinig and Uev.
C.'L. van Tourenoout.
Call at or 'phono John J. Ober
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
residing in Paris
vDentli at 0 : ,'H) o'clock Thursday
evening, November 2i5, 1020.
claimed one ol the hest known
residuals of Ste. Uenevieve when
the linul summons came to Mrs.
Mary Louise lJeHueliantp, at the
homo of her daughtei , Mrs. Aug
ust Crump, in this city, after an
illnuss of infirmities, ago 8(5 years,
1 mouth and Kl days. The de
ceased was one or the pioneer resi
dents of 6c. Cluiievievo. She was
born October ', lSIi-l, and was
tlio daughter ol the late Andrew
Nff- Iieqiietle and Mary Louise
Hequeltc, nee Gaitieau. llor hus
band, Thomas Beauehatnp, pro
ceeded lier to the grave about 18
years ago. She is survived by
four children, Michael, Finnic,
and Louise, Mrs. August Crump,
of Sle. tienevieve, and Koru, Mis.
Louise Doerge, of Trenton, Mo.,
who were all present at her funeral,
iildo 20 grand children and !J2 great
grand .children, and a" brother,
Ferdinand L. IJequetto of East St.
Louis, III. Mrs. Beauchainp was
a homo loving woman and was
always happiest when going about
herj-work-as a homo keeper. She
had, many friends who will sadly
miss her. The funeral look place
from the Catholic Church Saturday
Morning at !) o'clock and aflcr a
Requiem' Mass the remains were
laid -'to rest in the Valle Spring
A number of parishouers of the
Sle. Genevieve parish have pre
sented the font teen Stations of the
Cioss as memorials for their
families, to replace the ones that,
have giving service for the last4()
yeais. They are chiselled by hand
by an'eniiiient ni tifit from Europe,
and are really extraordinary works
of art. The material -is Caen
stone from France,- which lends
itself perfectly for the most deli
cate carving. Three Stations have
arrived and were placed m the
chinch this week by Schra.
der Bros. Additional statutes are
expected every week, so that I hey
will ail he installed in their :e-
spective places by the beginning
of Lent, 1921. This will add to
the many pieces of statuary and
marble- work, most unique and
artistic masterpieces, of which the
parish can he justly proud. When
all will have been instajled' they
will be solemnly blessed on the
first Sunday in Lent.
Card of Thanks.
We wisli to extend our sincere
thanks to our relatives and many
friends for their kindness and
sympathy shown us during our
sad hour of bereavement in the
loss of our dear mother, and grand
mother, Mrs. Mary L. Beauchainp,
and especially to the Royal Neigh
bors for their beautiful floral
adv Tun Hkukavkd Family,
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Boverie Store Ce.
'The Flame of Hellgate' The ARMORY Theatre
DAI I APn -r fll llllwll
in "SWEET LAVENDER"
n n TT n Tin pi
Ste, Genevieve Parochial
School G. G. Banquet.
"Work is always followed by
pleasure of some kind."
Tin's was proven on Wednesday,
November 24th, when the students
of the Commercial Course of Ste.
Uenevieve I'aroulual School, "who
have been working very diligently
in the hope of successfully accom
plishing a business career, partici
pated in a banquet, in the new,
neat, up-to-date class rooms which
were added to the school building
through the generosity of the
Knights of Columbus.
The room was decorated in red,
wlnte and blue. The table on
which wr.s delicious foods of all
kinds was artistically arranged,
on each sido of which napkins
wore caught together in the center
by tiny red ribbons. The place
cards signified that it was Thanks
giving time and reminded one of
the I'ilgriius giving thanks to God
for his many blessing, and their
freedom from oppression Small
orange baskets laden with niinto
were the favors. Twenty-live
places were at the fable, the stu
dents being honored by" the pres
ence of Kev. Fathers van Touren
lioul. and Wempe at the banquet.
Mrs. Henry Hauinan acted as
chaperon and assisted in making
the n tTair a success. At the con
clusion of the baquct, the remaind
er of the evening was spent in
dancing. All present had a most
enjoyable time, one that will al
ways leave pleasant memories for
the P. S. C. C. Class of 1920.
Wo have cut the prices on
men and boys' Shoes and Rub
ber Goods and can save you
from f)0 cqnts to $8.00 per pair.
We have also cut the price on
adv HENRY HERZOG.
House Paints $2 So per gallon.
Got it from I he Sle. Genevieve
Lumber Co. ndv
i Notice To The Public
I will continue to run the
i Millinery Store in the building
ion the corner of Third and
I Merchant Strs., which was
formerly conducted by the late
I Mrs. M. E. Kern, and desire to
I thank" the public for their past
patronage and hope for a con
j tinuance of same.
adv MRS. E. J. BAUMAN.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Kern
entertained with a dinner last
Sunday in honor of their brother
and sister, who were married
in St. Louis, Wednesday, Nov.
21th, at the Holy Name Church.
Among those present were:
Mrs. Caroline Kern; Miss Anna
Kern, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Kern,
Myrtle ' and Raymond Kern,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Schweiss and
daughter Hilda. Mr. and Mrs.
John Hurst and Mr. and Mrs.
.lolm Vaeth of Ste. Genevieve,
M rs. P. J. Gottlnger of Festus,
Mrs. B. M. O'Connell, Misses
Catherine and Cecelia O'Connel
and Thomas O'Connell and Miss
Mildred Green of St. Louis.
The out of town guests returned
home Monday night.
Big cut on men
Jokerst-Yealy Merc. Co.
To Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Lee
Samples of Ste. Genevieve, on
November 17, 1920, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Stieger of Ste. Genevieve,
November U, 1920, a boy.
The Ober Oil, Gass, Coal and
Mineral Co., announces that the
drill has penetrated through the
load stone, which has retarded
progress for the past several
,weeks and which at present time
the drill is now operated by the
walking beam. Your further
inspection to pay us a visit will
bo appreciated by the manager.
Now is the time to spray your
fruit trees with Limo Sulphur.
Get it at the Creamery. adv
7 and 9 p. m.
tJ PICTURES MX
The Sunbeam of