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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, .JANUARY 15, 102J.
Henry Rozier, Jr., was a St.
Stanton Garage received it ear
load of Ford automobiles Wednesday.
Fresh Oysters at John J.
Oberle's Butcher Shop. adv
A 205 aero farm in Capo Girar
dean county owned by Henry,
George and Joseph Figgi was sold
this week to parties in Kentucky
Cull at or 'phone John J. Ober
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
Thieves entered Leo Vorst's
garage Tuesday night, filled their
ear with gasoline and cylinder oil
and took a live gallon can of oil
for future use.
When' in tiepd of gasoline
or oil of any kind phone Meiurod
Sohilli, Jr.. Standard Oil Agent,
The three act drama "Daughtei
of the Desert," was presonted to a
large audience at the Armory
Wednesday night by the Empire
Players of St. Mary's. Mo.
Order Cut Flowers tor
Parties, Weddings, Fun
erals and all occasions
from Bovcrie Store Co.
Eugene Steigor's thumb and
first linger was cut off of his left
hand Monday by a circular snw.
Ho was assisting in sawing wood
when the accident happened.
Steve Kersting's left foot was
severely mashed Wednesday while
unloading rails near tho depot,
lie was taken to the Frisco Hos
pital in St. Louis on tho ovoniug
Among the list of thoso who
were granted pensions, which ap
peared in tho St. Louis papers
Monday, was the name of Mrs.
Cecelia Greniminger, who will re
ceive a pension, of $L!0.00 a mouth.
Pay while your ride, one-third
down, remainder divided in
twelve monthly payments.
Authorized Sales and Service,
Meiurod Schilli, Jr., of Ste.
Genevieve, and O. Duval ot St.
Mary's, attended a meeting ol tho
Standard Oil Companies . Agents
from S. E. Missouri at Capo Gir
ardeau Tuesday. A banquet was
served them at the Idauho Hotel.
A i Unit' M. Hyde of Trenton,
was inaugurated us the thirty
fifth Governor of tho State of Mis
souri Monday atternoon. Tho
inauguration ceremonies took place
in the rotunda of the Stuto Capitol
mid the oath of oflice was adminis
tered by Chief Justice Robert F.
At a meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Bank of Bloomsdale,
hold on Tuesday, January 4th,
tho following directors wore el
ected to servo during the ensu
ing year, Peter E. Carron, Jos
eph F. Eisenbeis, John N. Kortz,
Toby Dm ry, William P. Werner,
Charles J. Werner and Lawrenco
S. Huck. The directors met on
Monday, January 10th and elec
ted Peter F-.' Carron, President,
John N. Kortz, Vice President
and It. P. Carron, Cashier
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dioser and
. little daughter, Marie, of Flat
River are visiting relatives at New
Now is the time to spray your
fruit' trees with Lime Sulphur.
Got it ut tho Creamery. adv
Herman John, the youngest sou
of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Lurk, died
at their homo in Sto. Genetiiove
Sunday evening, January !), 1021,
at8::i0 o'clock, aged 1 year, 10
months and 2 days. The child
had not been healthy at anytime
since its biith. Hesides Hie par
ents two brothers and two sistors
Mirvivo. The funeral was held
Tuesday afternoon at 2 "o'clock
from the Catholic Church and tho
remains were hud to rest in tho
Vallo Spring Cemetery.
Mrs. Mary Ann Palmer, nee
Trautinan, beloved wife of Henry
Palmer, died at her home three
miles from Sto. Ceneyievo on the
Uiver mix Vases road Saturday
morning, January 8. 1921, after a
few days illness, aged 40 years, G
mouths and 18 days. Tho do
ceased was born at Ozora Juno 20,
1874, and was the daughter of the
late Anton Trautmau and Mrs.
Anna Trautinan, nee Dallas. She
was married to Henry Palmer at
Uiver aux Vases November 27,
1807. To this union six children
were born, all of whom survive
Iter, besides her husband, namely,
Lorena, Mrs. Arthur Uoth, Ed
ward, Uegiua, Elvira, Uohert and
Tillio. Sho also leaves three sis-
tors and live brothers, Kate, Mrs '
Harry Lalumondiore, Josephine,
Mrs. Joseph Kohin, John and
Frank Trautinan of Ste. Genevieve
County and Mrs. Anna Hack,
Peter, Heury and Eugene Traut
inan of St. Louis. Mrs. Palmer
was a woman well known for her
many acts of kindness and she will
be sadly missed by her many rela
tivet .and friends. Tho funeral,
which was largely attended, was
held 'from the Catholic Church at
Ste. Genevieve Monday morning
at 0 o'clock and after a Requiem
Mass tho remains were laid to rest
in tho Valle Spring Cemetery.
Entered into rest in St. Louis,
on Tuesday, January 11, 1021, at
10:45 p. in.., Mrs. Rena Ander
sen, nee Bently, of BU,ouisdale,
Mo., dear wife of Dr. Hans An-
dersen, dear mother of Lillian,
Glen wood, Dorris and John,
dear daughter of. John P. and
Mrs. Sarah Bentley, and sister
of Hoy Bentley. Funeral took
place Friday from the Kriegs
hauser parlors, 41(21 Olive street,
St. Louis, to Memorial Park
Tho deceased had many friends
in Bloomsdale who will be griev
ed to hear of her death.
Card Of Thanks.
We wish to extend our sincere
thanks to our many relatives
and friends for kindness shown
us in our late sad bereavement,
in the loss of my beloved wife
and our dear mother, Mary A.
HlSNKY PaLMKK AND ClIILDKKN
To Mr. and Mrs. John II. Liens
ley of Sto Geneyiove, on Decem
ber 20, 1020, a boy
To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hahr
of Sto, Genevieve on December
14, 1920, a boy,
To Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H.
Jloog of Ste. Genevieve, on De
cember 2U, 1920, a girl.
Tp Mr. and Mrs. F. X.' Stoll of
Uiver aux Vases, on December 24.
1920, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. Frank X.
Joorgor of Uiver aux Vates, on
December 23, 1920, a girl.
To Mr ami Mrs. Iidward P.
Grass of Zell, on Januury 9, 1021,
Mrs. Myrtlo Oisi left this week
for Capo Girardeau to attend tho
Htoto Teiiehors' College. ,
A wedding of interest j' to
friends was solemnized Tuesday
morning January 11, 1021, at 7
o'clock at the Catholic RoeWy
in Ste. Genevieve, when Miss
Lucille G. Laluinendier, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrri. Thomas
Lalumendier, became tho bride
of Ora Good pastor of St. Louis,
Sergeant in tho U. S. A. .The
ceremony was performed ' 'yy
Rev. C. L. van Tourenhout and
witnessed by Mr. and Mrs. ft.
P. Uovorio and tho parents of
tho bride. The young couple
departed on the morning train
for St. Louis where they will
make their home. Tho bride's
many friends join with us in
wishing them much success and
The marriage of Miss Elizar
both Seitz and Charles Spraul
was quietly solemnized at the
Catholic Church in Ste. Gene
vieve, Sunday afternoon, Janu
ary 9, 1021, at 4 o'clock, Rev. .C.
L. van Tourenhout officiating:
The witnesses to the ceremony
wore Miss Julia LaRose, a niece
of the bride and Joseph Spraul,
a brother of the groom. After
the ceremony a supper was
served at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Seitz, to only the near relatives.
The happy 'couple will make
their home in Ste. Genevieve.
Their many friends join with
us in wishing them a happy and
prosperous Aveddecl life.
also "The Dragons Net"
'The Pleasure Seekers'
and Pirate Gold
Tho best' paid high school
teachers in Missouri outside of
tho largo cities, are tho teachers
of tho Vocational Agriculture.
Tho salaries of such teachers
range from $2000 to $8000 a
year. These teachers must
have had practical experience on
a farm and must liavo had train
ing in an agricultural institution
which gives courses approved by
tho federal and state authorities.
The City Council mot in regu
lar session Monday night
Present Mayor Weiler, Alder
men Grieshabor, H. Rohm,
Vorst, DuRoclier, Stuppy, and
G. Rohm, Marshal Abornatby,
Collector Horter and Cleric
Minutes of previous meeting
were read and approved.
Collectors reports were read
and ordered filed. Bills to tho
aniountof $1,31 1.18 were allowed.
An ordinance to issue bonds
of tho city was adopted.
It was decided that ordinance
licensing picture shows and
amusement halls be allowed to
remain the same as it now ap
pears on books.
Fire Chief Okonfuss appeared
before the Board and tendered
his resignation to take effect as
soon as a new chief can be so
cured An ordinance was adopted
coinbineing the offices of City
Marshal and City Collector.
A meeting ot the Southern Div
ision of tho Mississippi Uiver
Scenic Highway Association was
held atSikeston Wednesday. Every
county fiom &t. Louis to the
Arkansas line, through which Hie
old Rings Highway passes was re
presented at the meeting. Much
enthusiasm was shown for the
designation of the old Kings High
way trail as a Prima: y Uond, un
der Missouri's new road system,
ami steps were taken to see Hint
tho interest of this road will
bo properly presented and kept.
lie to io tho dtate administration.
Those who attended the meeting
from Ste. Genevieve County were
Rev, II. Hassel, C. J. Stanton,
W. C. Boverie, T. B. Straughan,
Joseph Weiler, E. S. Lawbaugh
and Gilbert "Wolf.
The old Illinois Southern Rail
road, recently purchased by lheJ
St. .Joe Lead Company, will bo
known as the Missouri Illinois
Railroad Company it was an
nounced by Assistant General
Manager k'immell at a mass
meeting held at Sparta, 111.,
Monday. Former employes of
tho road have been notified to
apply for their old positions. It
was agreed to retain the shops
at' Sparta if the citizens there
would secure twenty-live new
homes for employes and their
families. Plans are under way
to erect the dwellings. St.
Louis (Hobo Democrat.
Friday, January (ith, marked
tho unveiling of a collection ot ten
paintings, two tapestries, mid a
stained glass window placed in the
state capitol at Jefferson City un
der the direction of the Capitol
Decoration Commission, of which
Prof John Pickard of the Univer
sity of Missouri, is president. Ap
propriate exorcises weiolieldata
joint session of the Missouri Gen
eral Assembly, and Governor
Gardner L'avo a rpcention in the
evening to the visiting artists and
momneisot tun commission.
In the last llscal year tho
state motor vehicle department
issued licenses to 200,010 own
ers of automobiles in Missouri,
and badges to 20,70.1 chauffeurs.
The registration of automobiles
for the year 1020 showed an in
crease of r2,r)r(over 1010. The
increased revenue from this
source to tho state road fund
was $380,020. Tho total rovenuo
for the year from the motor
vehicle registration was $2,1 1 1 ,
090. There is ono automobilo for
every 14. persons In the United
On Friday evening, Jnniinry7th,
the Freshmen entertained tho Fac
ulty and High School with a social
and dance. A light luncheon was
solved and everyone present voted
that tho Freshmen know how to
Tho High School Literary Socie
ty was reorganized on Friday after
noon, January 7th. Tho ollicers
olected for tho remainder of the
year were: President, Anna Pet
ersen; Vice-President, Willie Fal
lot; Secretary, Rosemary Nan
maun; Critic, Uosina Koettingj
Sargeant-at-arms, Harry Petre
(piin; Treasurer, Adolph Okenfuss.
Thursday and Friday, January
13 and 14, second quarterly ex
aminations were held at tho school.
All the students seemed to bo very
i i iirent tho last lew rinvs.
It has been announced that the
report cards for the .second quarter
will he given on Wednesday, Jan
"What did you say?" "1 said I
am going to the Operetta at the
Public School Auditorium Mon
day evening, January 17." Inhale
tho spirit of the High School
pupils and attend the operetta. It
is tho work of tho music class and
is under the supervision of Mrs.
England and Miss Morton. For
tho small sum of twenty.live cents
you will bo able to see something
very unusual. Ueserved seats ten
cents extra are on sale at Rut-
letlgo's Drug Store and Meyer's
Novelty Shop. Bo a booster of
your school and town. Come and
see "Love Pirates of Hawaii.'-'
Having finished their term work
the sociology class under Miss
Morton lias disbanded. These
same pupils will study civic under
the same teacher the remainder of
tho school year.
On Friday evening, January 14,
tie Shady Grove team will tackle
the Ste. Genevieye High School
Musket-ball Team. The Shady
Grove boys lo.st one game this
season with the same opposing
match but are now ready to play
with reenforced strength. The
following are members of the
Joseph Uingwald, Frank Klein,
Mennie Fallert, Heury Vaeth,
Leonard Wipllei .
Sti:. Gknkvikvi: Hioii School
Delhert Childors. Adolph Oken
fuss, Willie Fallert, Wallace Gries
haber, Robert Fallert.
Last Sunday after tho hist Mass
a largo number of tho parishioners
had assembled at tho parish church
of Ste. Genevieye for the purpose
of securing seats for tho next fiye
years, as Hie pews were auctioned
olf to the highest bidder. While
some pews woro secured by only
ono bid, there was some lively
biding for others. When tho
auction was over there were only a
few pews left, some of which wore
sold since, so that by tho end of
tho week practically every seat will
be taken. While a number of
families have moved away since
the pews were last sold, some
others have moved in, and a largo
percentage of the young married
couples havo settled in the parish.
The church easily seats 1.000
people and is thus able to satisfy
till reasonable demands for seating.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Donzo who
were visiting relatives in St. Louis
returned to their homo at Weill-
garten Wednesday evening.
Miss Mertha Roth and Mies
Marion Horzog visited relatives
and friends at Crystal City this
LoVis visitor Wednesday.
Robert J, Boas of Brickey
visited Ste. Genevieve Monday.
Harold Godfrey of St. Louis
is visiting his'parents and sister
in Sto. Genevieve.
Leon Meyers and bride ar
rived home from Oklahoma City,
Okla.. Tuesday night.
James Marr returned homo
this week from a visit to his
family at Galesburg, 111.
Miss Anna Kraonzlo attended
the funeral of Mrs. Dr. H. An-
dersen in St. Louis Friday.
Henry Fitzkam was in St.
Louis Tuesday purchasing a
stock of goods for his store.
J. C. Ziegler of St. Louis
spent last. Saturday and Sunday
in our city visiting his sisters.
Mrs. Welton Pink ley is visit
ing relatives in St. Louis and
Prairie uu liocher, 111 this week.
Miss EllaKelley of Edina, Mo.,
was the guest of the Sisters of
St. Joseph in our city last week.
Mrs. John Recce and daugh
ter Nelma are spending this
week with hejhusband at Hayti.
Miss Grace Burkert returned
to St. Louis last Saturday after
a visit to her parents in Ste.
F. A. Naumann left Monday
'morning for Ken rick Seminery
at Webster Groves to resume
Jos. Eff rein attended tho 14th
Annual Convention of the Miss
issippi Valley Implement Deal
ers' Association- in St. Louis
.Misses Barbara and ' Isaliell
Ziegler spent several days of
this week in St. Louis visiting
their brother J. C. Ziegler and
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Siehert,
daughter Louise and Miss .Irrna
Siehert. motored to St. Louis
last Sunday' t6 visit relatives and
Mrs. Edward Baumrucker and
children who havo been visiting
relatives at Bloomsdale left
Monday for their homo at Black-
E. B. Stanton accompanied
his little son' Henry to the Mo
Lean Sanitarium, St. Louis, Mon
day morning where he is re
Miss Anna Burch loft last
Friday morning for Barnes Ilos
pital, St. Louis to receive medi
cal treatment. Sho was accom
panied by her father John
Mrs. Anna Huck, Mrs. Anna
Campbell, Harry, Peter and Eu-
gene Trautman of St. Louis and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Braun of
Festus attended the funeral ,of
Mrs. Henry Palmer in Ste.
Misses Theresa and Addie
Jordan who have been visiting
tlieir sister Mrs. Walter Schaaf
at St. Mary's loft iThursday
morning for Brunswick, Mo.,
to visit relatives before return-
ing to their homo at Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Moaer of
Evansville, Ind who have been
visiting her sistor Mrs. Edgar
Siohevt and family returned to
St. Louis last Sunday in tbnii-
automobile. They were accom
panted by Mr. and Mrs. Robert
L. Riley. Mr. Riley returnee!
iiomo tiiat night.
Mrs. Otto HflPAmmUnpnr r...
j t i V,7 w i nunc
cm Uocher. III., accompanied by
her grand danglers. Misses Birdio
and Faust of St. Louis, ware.
ui BUBbi. or roiativtjsm Sto. (lou
eviovi this week,