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STE. GENEVIEVE, MISSOURI, MARCH 15). 1021.
Services At The Catholic
Church During Holy Week
link Week will ho observed in
tho tnulilioiiul manner at the Hie.
Genevieve Parish Church. On
Mniituly Thursday the Solemn
Muss will betrin at nine o'clock
followed by procession with Sacred
Host, to the Repository. On Thurs
day evening at 7:J!() p. in. tho
Miserere will ho sung nud tho
Passion .Sermon preached.
On Good Friday tho Mass of I he
PresimoHfled will begin at. eight
o'clock a. in., followed 'by tho
Veneration of tho Holy Cross. As
n former years, by order of tho
Most Uev. Archbishop, the soloniu
observance of tho Tro Ore, or
three hours in memory of the
Agony of the Saviour, will begin
at noon sharp and continue until
three o'clock It has become an
almost univorsal custom to closo
all tho business houses during
these three hours. Booklets con
taining tho text of tho three hours
services can bo obtained at tho
door of the church. At7:!30 p in.
there will bo held the Solemn Way
of the ('ross followed by the ven
eration of the Holy Cross.
On Holy Saturday the services
of the Rlessing of the Easter
Caiullo and of I lie Baptismal Water
will begin at seven o'clock". Lent
will ceaso at noon on Holy Satur
day. On Easter Sunday tho services
will be as on Sundays dtiriiif, the
year, except that tho High Mass
will bo a Solemn High Mass.
During the Tro Ore, besides the
choral service of tho junior choir,
the church choir will render the
Seven Words, composed by
For Extra (lood Home Killed
Meats, Sausages and Groceries
FkkdS. Onnur.K's Mi:at Makkut
102 Main St.
We liao almost anything you
want in the eating lino. adv
Diplomacy is a torm used quite
often to cover up duplicity.
"Home of Paramount Pictures"
in "His Wife's Friend"
Added Comedy and Travelogue
Sunday, March 20th
in "WANTED-A HUSBAND"
Cnvo-mau with ability to piny snxopboue, preferred
Comedy 'Up in Alf's Place and the Weekly
Wednesday March 2Jrd
"The Cinema Murder
Added Comedy and Magazine
Note No Snow on Good Friday
Thomas Mclghon, Lila Lee, Theodore Roberts,
Bebc Daniels and other, in a Super Special,
Cecil B. DeMlllo'&-"MALE and FEMALE"
Regular Meeting Monday,
March I I, 1021.
Meeting was called to order
by Mayor F. A. Woiler. Present
Mayor Woiler; Aldermen II.
Rehm, Vorst, DuRoclier, Stupp.y
and G. Relim, Collector Ucrter,
Marshal Abernathy and Clerk
Minutes of previous meeting
were read and approved.
Collectors reports were read
and ordered filed.
Bills to the amount of $1,21 l.i)8
The following Judges were
appointed to serve at the April
First "Ward Miss Mamie
Baumstark, Joseph Seitz, Ben
Rottler and Charles Schulor.
Polling place, G. A. II. Head
quarters. Second Ward Mrs. Charles
Wilder, Harry Berry, Felix
.lanis and Bert Siebert. Polling
place, Roy House on Merchant
Third Ward Mrs. Herman
Pautler, Leo Basler, Ted Meyer
and Edgar Geiler. Polling place,
Meeting adjourned to March
23th when annual settlement
with treasurer and collector will
Pay while your ride, one-third
clown, remainder divided in
twelve monthly payments.
Authorized Sales and Sorvice.
All business houses and public
places in tho city of Ste. Gene
rieve are requested to remain
closed on Good Friday, March
25th, from 12 o'clock M to 3
o'clock p. m., in order to give
tho people an opportunity to
attend the three hours services
at the Church of Ste. Genevieve.
R ANTON WEILER, Mayor.
Examinations, muling tho third
quarter of tho school year, were
held Thursday nud Friday morn
ing, March 13th and ICth.
On Wednesday. March 23th, tho'
third quarterly reports will be
given to the pupils.
Tho banket ball teams of H. G.
II. S. will piny against the Perry
villo tennis to-night, March 18th
Let us hope they are successful'.''
Tho Declamatory nud Ornloria!
Contest will bo given at the Audi
torium on April 12lh. Tho ma
jority of the High School pupils
aro going to pniticipnto and oyery
ono should bo iutorested.
Tho exhibit which was to have
till; mi placo next week has been
postponed until somo time in
Our boys' basket ball team was
ranked as one of the eight lending
teams at tho Tournament at Cape
Giaradeau last week. On Thurs
day night, March 10th, they scored
44 points, tho best, of tho evening.
Tho Forty Hours Devotion was
observed on Passion Sunday, Mon
day and luesrinv at the Parish
Chinch with uiiiisunl splendor and
elaborateness. Tho different ser
vicos were attended by a very
largo concourse of people. The
local clergy were assisted by
Uev. II. Heifort, C. S. S. If., of
Kirkwood, Rev. J. Stevens of St.
Louis, Uev. (J. Uoehn of Sfcnrken
hurg, Uev. 0. llildner of deary
ville, Rev. ,1 Newman of St.
Mary's, Key. S. Iloltschneidor of
Festus, Row J. MosnrofRonne
Term. Rev. W. Rocho of Stri no.
Uev. J. lluber of Porryvillo, Rev
W. Kotto of Weingiirlen, Rev. F
X. Woinig of Zell, Rev. A. Puettcr
of Lawroneetnii, Rev U. Kram
per of Ozora and Rev. Walsh of
Coffmau. Tho singing of the
choir added vciy much to the
solemnity of tho occasion by it
rendering of excellent church
music. About 2.JJ00 Holy Com
munions were distributed.
The Photoplay DeLuxe
'.lames' M. Barrio's play, "The
Admirable Critehon," has been
lately adnptod to the screen by
Cecil 13. DnMille, uudor tho title of
"Main and Female." Among the
cast of colobrated players are
Thomas Meighan, known for his
creditable perforniaiico in "The
Miracle Man," Lila Lee, last seen
with Wallace Reid in "Hawthorne
U. S. A.," Rehe Daniels, star of
"She Couldn't Help It," Theodore
Roberts, the U. S. Consul in
"Hawthorno U. S. A.," Gloria
Swanson, a newly riren star, Julia
Fayo and a host of others.
The story treats of ono Critchon,
a butler who is shipwrecked on a
barren island along with tho fami
ly of nobility ho litis been serving,
and how ho became king of the
little party because ho alouo know
how to care for himsolt' on his own
It is a Paramount Super Special
production in !J parts, mid has
shown ovorywhero in America at
prices ranging from $2.00 a seat
downward. It is tho type of pic
ture that is worth any price.
"Male and Feinalo comes to tho
Lyric, Easter Sunday and Monday.
Choice Home Killed
Meats For Easter
Wo will hnvo tho choicest beef,
pork, Iamb and milk fed veal for
sale for Faster Sunday. Tele
phono us your orders early.
O. L OKRN'FUtiS
Qhoc'ery and Miut Market.
Mrs. Jules Petrequin visited
St. Louis last week.
Mrs. E. B. Stanton wis a St.
Louis visitor last Sunday.
Anthony Effrien was a
Louis visitor the first of
Mrs. Robert L. Riley left Sun
day evening for a visit to St.
, Henry Prattc of St. Louis was
a. Ste. Genevieve visitor Wed
Henry Klein of Festus spent
last Sunday with his sister in
Thomas B. Straughan return
ed from a visit to St. Louis
Miss Cora Cox returned home
from a visit to Dubuque, Iowa,
last Friday night.
Miss Clara Meyer returned
home Tuesday morning from a
visit to St. Louis.
Miss Mildred White spent last
week in St. Louis visiting-rxla
tlves and friends.
Mrs. Sophia Thomuro visited
relatives and friends at Dexter
and Oran last week.
Mrs. Emily Hums of Lead-
wood is- visiting in our city tho
guest of Misses Mary and Pala
Mrs. Alita Meyers visited St
Louis this week and while there
purchased a stock of Spring
Miss Estella Bauman of St.
Louis is visiting her parents
Mr. find Airs August Bauman,
in our city.
Mrs Thomas Burke returned
to St. Louis last Sunday after
weeks visit to her parents in
Mrs. Wilson T. Hart of Dex
ter, Mo., is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.
Meyers in our city.
Mrs. Charles Hopkins return
cd to her homo at Crystal City
last Sunday evening after a visit
to relatives in Ste. Genevieve.
Mr. and Mrs. John Trnott re
turned to their home in Festus
last Sunday after a- visit to her
parents; Mr. and Mrs. Leo
August Hurst of St. Louis
spent Sunday in our city
visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Hurst and sister,
Mrs. William Townsend of
Festus arrived here from St
Mary's Sunday afternoon and
visited the Misses Zieglers until
Morris Frankle of Now Mad
rid, arrived hero last Saturday
and remained until Sunday night
the guest of his friend Miss
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lolioaud
Mrs. Leopold Winters and
daughter, Lois, of Crystal City,
were the guest of relatives in
our city last Sunday.
Miss Birdella Pinklcy, who
was visiting relatives in Ste.
Genevieve returned to her home
at Crystal City last Sunday
evening. She was accompanied
by Miss Jessie Boillot.
Mrs. C. E. Stiver and son,
Charles, Jr., of Capo Girardeau,
arrived horn from St. Louis last
Wednesday night nnd remained
until Saturday morning visiting
her sister, Mrs. Andrew Siebert
Used cars for sale at Stanton
Garage. Ono Touring Car 15)10
model, and one Touring Car 15)18
model. All iu Orst class con
Just think you Can Now
Buy Columbia Graphones at
Pre-war Prices. Tho Regular
$120.00 Size for $83.00 and all
New Records 10 inch Double
Face at fiOo. Get your Rec
ords Now While This Sale
Have you noticed the great
hustle and hurry about our
store recently? Well, the rea
son is because we are selling
Clothing, Dress Goods, Shoos
and Furnishing Goods to a lot
more men and ladies than ever
before. And the reason we
are selling more is because
people know that the prices
are the lowest possible for
merchandise of like quality
Yes, we arc selling lots of
Paints and there is two big
Reasons for it. First, because
we have paints for every pur
pose.. We have ready mixed
Paints and Varnishes and
Strictly Pure Old Fashioned
White Lead and the best Liu
seed Oil. Second, because our
prices are lower than others
To Mr. and Mrs. JJay Jokerst
of Ste. Genevieve, Mo., on Wed
nesday, March 5), 15)21, aboy.
To Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olcen
fuss on Monday, March 1 1, 1021,
The first Eucher after Easter
will be at tho Armory Hall
Wednesday, March .'iOth, given
by the Pythian Sisters. Many
beautiful prizes, something for
everyone. Afternoon game be
gins at 2 o'clock-. Evening game
at 8 o'clock. Dance after the
Tho rr quired amount of inouey
has been subscribed lor I he estab
lishment of the Electric Washing
Machine Factory in Ste. Genevieve.
Representatives of the Coinpanj
are iu Ste. Genevieve and held
several meetings with I ho Com
mitten appointed by the Commer
cial Club iu regard to signing the
For your Easter Baskets and
Easter Novelties, also Chocolate
Rabbits, call at Meyer's Novelty
On Tuesday afternoon of this
week Miss Mildred White was
agreeable surprised with a mis
cellancous shower given by tin
Ladies Aid Society of the Pres
byterian Church, at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. Vorht,
iu honor of her approaching
marriage lu Jesse Riehcsou of
Potosi, Mo. Covers were laid
for fourteen and the dining
room was tastefully decorated
in green and white. A delicious
lunch was served and many
lovely gifts wore showered upon
the prospective bride. The
wedding will take place in the
Call at or 'phono John .1. Obor
lie's Meat Market, for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
Pierce R. Farrar of Seventy
Six, Mo., anil May Unroll of
Modoc, 111., wore married by
Probate Judge Frank J. Buck
on Friday, March 11th, 1021.
If you know any news, please
telephone tho Fajh Play office,
Don't say that you can't
afford to buy a New Rug or
put down New Lcuoh'Uin be
cause prices are to high. If
you will come around and look
at our New Line of Rutsand
Lenoleum with the New Low
Prices you will think different.
If you arc not buying your
Overalls, Jumpers and Work
Shirts from us you are cheat
ing your self out of some easy
money. We sell only tho
Celebrated Red Diamond
Brand, There may be some
just as good but none better
and the price, Well, Come Sec.'
Try ono 'Joat of our B. P. S.
Auto Varnish on the old car
and see the results. It's
worth twice what we get for
it and comes in all colors.
There is certainly lots of
people drinking our Coffee.
Tho Stanton Garage delivered
Ford Touring Cars this week to
Mrs. P. J. Brown, Lawrence
Figgi and Joseph Figgi.
The Fiisco system will erect
one of tho largest railroad hos
pitals in the United States at
Springfield this year, according
to an announcement made by T.
A. Hamilton, vice president. Tho
present hospital is not large
enough to care for all of the
systems patients. Plans for the
new structure are being dn-wn
and will be presented to tho
Frisco board next month:
'Ducks and Drakes1
Tho biggest western ever