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title: 'Fair play. (Ste. Genevieve [Mo.]) 1872-1961, June 18, 1921, Image 1',
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ST 10. GKNI3VII5VI3, MTSSOFltl, .IPNK
Oonlh Tuesday night at 10
o'clock, June 1 111), 11)21, claimed
Joseph II. Vorst. out! of the host
known citizens of Ste. Genevieve,
Lho linal summons coining :it his
hotlie in this city, of si compli
cation of diseases at the ago of
Til years, H mouths and o days.
Mr. Vorst was horn in Ste,
Genevieve on October Dth, ISOO
and was a son ol' the late Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Vorst, Sr..
I le was married to Miss Jennie
T.iel on September I Dth, ISM.),
who survives him together with
two uaugniors, 101:1 , m rs. i- too
Oherle and Anna, Mrs. Raymond
Tkoinuro, and one grand daugh-
ter. Anna Path Oherle. He also
1 , 1 ,
leaves one hrother and t wo sis-
ters, I.eon Vorst, Josephine,
Mrs. II. ('. Xioglor and Marie,
Mrs. James Monro all oT Ste.
Genevieve, and who were pre-
sentatliis hedside at Liu; time
of his death.
The deceased was widely
known throughout the county,
having hoen engaged in lho
livery and food business for
years, and has also 'served as
Justice ol tlio I'eace ol Me.
Genevieve Township. lie was
an upright man, a faithful bus-
hand and an indulgent father1
and his wide circle of friends
will learn of his death with
The deceased was a member
of the Knights of Pythias Lodge
and the members ol the lodge
conducted the funeral. attending j M)) 7: t .M,.f:,i. 2. I!:ise 011 halls
in" a body. The funeral was mi Jasper 1. oil' Uoliinson P. olV Ale
held from his homo Thursday 1 ('al' 1,11 h.v i-lu-lier l..v Met 'alio
,. Ili.i.mw,n -it. o'elnel.- ;i I'toe
t-M.l ilm i-omsiiiiK utm-i liiiil to
rest in the Knights of Pylhjas
lot in the ( 'ity ( emetery.
Wlicat cutting began
vici nit .v this week.
Why send jour nionej In I lie
mail order liou-es when j 011 can
buy as cheap at llur.og's Push
Sliou House. udv
FRIDAY, Juno 17th.
- yen w
h'- ilrn ma I ic moil
Sori'nws t iii'dtit: Ii
1 1 1 1 1 1 , (or hi- hnmir
CliiiJlis's "OUT FOR
WEDNESDAY, June 22nd
iBJice Lake in 'ShoyBd a Women TelV
-JacSc SV8L5E8"isa!S 11 'i"11'1' i,)ii,n- """v i;usi.v '"'jk -n l1iui :i ' '
VANITY COMEDY AND FVlAGA'ilWE
Tim name ol baseball between Hi'Kiilur nmolnig Mommy, nine
llin Perry ilif ami Arcadia Valley j ,!!lll 1!,'J1-
leanisal. b'o'ii-r's drove Inst I Sun- Ma-ting was called I o order by
day was attended by 11 large ciowd j Mayor liny H. Piislou. Present:
of Inns, and lesulled in a vielor.v , Mayor Pnxlmi, Aldermen CricH
fertile Pi-rrvvillo team bv a score ! II, 1,'eliin, Voril , Pulioclier.
nf If. tn 2. Perryville begun to 1
seme in I he lirst inniiii' nnil llic!
game was one ided all
through. Arcadia Valley only
made two runs and did not nut mil
the e x 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 o 1 1 I hey dul in
, 1'iwlMirn II)
j yv,mi ;n,
, Snmiiim-s ss
' A,'l':'!"!' V
1 lOllli .111
Mc'('nlp 2I p
( I mil i f
-v 1 'ni It c-
id 1M 27
I: II I'o
, ;,iiiiwin i 11)
Totnls :w 2 27 10
SIWIMAPY: Kained i-ims Perry-'
vllle II. A rend In Viille.v Twcili.ise
hit-. King- 2, l-V-ui'lioni, W'eilh Tluve
ba.M" hits King, liozier. ( 'aviinntigli.
Stolen liases -Sliimler, ( 'io;il;, 'a vn-
lliillgh. Houlile plll.V I'.ilgiir In iMe
I Hugh to' I toliinsou. Left on liase
j Perryville 10. Aiondin Valley f.
' Sti'ucU out 1 iv Jasper 1 1 : liy I toliin-
I ' Wcith). Pilehiug I'eemil
' iiipoii 1(1 hiK anil 11 runs in .si.
'line of game 'J.
pire-. - r.ltler anil Smith.
P. W. Hawkins of Chicago, III.,
and .Aliss l.illian Avrictt of St.
Hnuis. Mo., were niarried in Ste.
(ienevicve on Saturday, .lunii 11,
l!l21by Probate Judge I1" riuih J .
P.igj.M'st druiiuMif the snow country
"THE SILVER MORE
it, mi b:re m nullum ol olliei
'(inl k'nuu Outs'uh
COMEDY AND MAGA2IWl
;ui ran lie mini's salvation or
in I en .lolmsnii's stm
Ill- (1 .11 1 1 1 . ' I I'Ui"' 111 1 1 1 li
:illi". IilI. Ii'il le lli' ' ' ii
In ll 1.1 ii
THE NIGHT" and Pari 2 "LANDMAIIKS
Ciiariwick in "The GDP OF FURY" by Rupert Hu&li
' "1'PV ami (.. I.elmi, .uursnai
H'il(M- anil (Merle llo.ier.
.Minnies of previous- niee.liug
were rt-uil ami iipproveii.
Collectors reports were
i,, : oriiereii men. l-tA
I Hills In Ilie amount of $7 f!,2S
i: ' were paid.
"1 An ordinance fixing Hie lax levy
0 1 ul l!2 ceil I s mi I he one hundred
()j dollars valuation nf all ieal ami
0 personal piopeily anil an ordi
ojniinou levying a poll tax of .f.2.00
0 on all able bodied nude citizens
Ibelwoen the age of 21 ami 50
1 years were adopted.
I A permit, was granted lo llie.
0 ( oiniuereia Plub lo elect, a laetory
inililiiig mi lot 011 P'ronl Streel.
The Cleric was insl rueteil lo eon-
'full Pity AHorney in regard lo
II was ordered 1 lint melal signj'
I he placed 111 eornei s in uoiiiy
' veln'ele (hiveis nf I lie elinnl s'oiiGfi.
I An ordinance establishing oiling
Idislriela Xo. 1 ami 2 and fixing
7 Hie oil tax rule at (i cents in (lis-
I Hut Xo. 1 and I! cents in district
mii. 2 per lineal fm.t was adopted.
Meet ing adjourned.
We can sell you Ihu luvt Mun's
Work Shoes lor !?.'!. 7.7, During
ing 1 In; war we sold tliein at $li.7.Y
adv lliuiznii's Cash Snot; Stout..
Archibald Xanmanu, son of
Mr. nod Mrs. (Jhark-s Nanina'it'li
of Ste. Oenevievo was ordained a
sub-deacon last .Sunday by
A rch-Pi.shop Glenuon.
Pest picture made this week
by Miss lliltlagard llerzog. See
tinted enlargement in ourvin-
l)i M.1.11 Sti dio.
Coolcr!Try it and see
'long Pill Hyde"!
I lir -I i !, t
! i Ii, mill'
if ii Tl.nii-'itul
OF THE HEVOLUTION"
Parochial School Closed
The. Parochial Schools closed
last. Thursday with appropriate,
exorcises. At eiht o'clock the
entire school assisted at a Mass
of' ThanksyivinK, durinp,' which
the entire tfrnd ual intf (dass
ceived Holy Communion. The
Ifev. Paslor addressed the (dass
and the parents and friends of
the pupils, dwelling especially
on the importance of religion
permeatino; the whole education
al courses in order to produce
true men and virtuous women
and thus also fonniiuc truly
pat-iotic citizens. A Iter Solemn
P.onediction break-fast was
served at, the school hall. Later
in the morniiiK the following
brief program was rendered:
Son.', "Anchored" Hoys
Class Will PoycePeich
Va led ic to ry Wei I on 1 1 e 17.00;
Crnduates Parowoll Son'?--Class
Preuiinms for scholarship and
attendance wore then distribut
ed by Kev. C. Ii. van Tourenhont
Cold medal for religion was
awarded tn Wolton lfi.MV.oo;.
Ninth grade gold medal merit
ed by Augusta Kirrhnor.
Medals for scholarship were
merited by the following pupils:
Right h grade Louise PeK'oin
inline, Walter I luck'.
Seventh grade Loretta Weil
er, Pavinond lluck.
I Six Ll 1 irrade -Alice Vorst.
Pifth grade -Ida Mjirice, .los
(!)h I lerzog.
h'ourth grade (lenevieve (la
uahl, Clnirles Kigdon.
Third grade Marie DelCom
mune, Jo.soph Vorst.,
Second grade 1'ldilh Ha inn,
First grade A 1 111:1 Melcher.
About seventy pupils received
prizes for perfect attendance.
Palmer certilic.ates received
by ;!'.) pupils oT grades 7 and r
Palmer pins received by
pupils in grade ll.
It is also very gratifying to
nolo that the commercial course
recently instituted had a large
attendance during (lie last year
and produced excellent, results.
Commercial cerlilicates were
granted to Anna Itasler, Stella
Hoove. .Jertrude Xuumunu, Hil
da N'aumann and Helen Nau
111:11111 Clss Put. 1..
Herbert P. Pader. Meu-edes
T. H.i.sler. Oliver A. I'.rugore,
Louise C. DeK 'oniiiiune, Majella
M. Dunki-r, Luuie P. Ilerzog.
Weltoii D. Ilerzog, (leraldim' M .
Herter, Waller .1. Ilu.k, LucillV
T. .lokersl, Paymond .1. K'ern.
Kathleen M. Lanning, Vera T
Okenfuss, iMiianuel .1. P.itiin,
Norman A. Pehm. 1 Joyce C.
Peidi, Leon. 1 C. Sanisoii, Walter
'. Schwent, Anthony 11. Schlot
man, Vornetla M. Sexauer.
The Ste. Cenevieve Paroidiial
Scliool closes a most successful
scliolastic year. Not only was
the attendence an exce)tionally
large one, but Hie ollieioiiey and
! thoroughness exhibited in all
I he ir rndos were striking. W.dl
inight the people of Ste. dene
vlevo congratulate themselves
lo have an institnt k 11 in their!
midst that give to their children
such exceptional advantages.
No elforts will be spared on the
part of the faculty, not only to
maintain the high .standard of
tin past, but to increase the
thoroughness and to add to th"
facilities in the future. The
music class also was well put,
ronized . 1 1 is to be hoped that
. 11 1 . I . r t 1
sllll a larger nuiinmr 01 pupils
will avail themselves of the op
portunity to acquire musical
jj1 accomplishments in the playing
Here is a date to remember.
July llth, Poot Comfort
Day it Our Store. On that
day we have arranged
for Dr. School Knot P.xpert to
to be hero and make examina
tions, and tell you how to get
"Comfort I -'or Your Keel,"
Kroe of Charge. There is
hardly a person in town but
what litis some kind of Knot
Trouble and would do almost
any thing to get relief. Your
feet, have been neglected. Why
not give them the same atten
tion von do your teeth or
other part of your body. Don't
you think they are entitled to
it. Don't, forget the date.
Come and bring all tin1 rest oT
the family and your friends,
't's a big change Tor you and
it don't cost a cent.
We don 'I know whether it's
the hot weather, the quality or
the price, but we are selling
more coffee all I he lime
of lho violin, piano, organ. -ind in
" ui lllllll 1 .
The schools in all department's
will oped on thelli'sl Tuesday in
'Two Weeks With Pay'
A I'nramoiiiil I'lclnre
"The Highest Law"
A Select Picture
Always 10c and 15c
Send l-'ihcs to us on Monday
and they "ill be finished Wed
r.es.l.iy, .ted If you get thoin to
ns 0.1 ! hill's. lay tliey wi
finished Saturday. We arc
llnishing Twice a week Now.
,1 u.st'inst.alled the latest equip
ment for Superior dak Fin
ishing. DITNKKR'S STUDIO
adv Ste. C!eneiee, Mo.
This week wo are showing
some very Pretty Patterns in
Voilles and Silks which have
just arrived. They are just in
time to make up for the hot
weather that is a head of us.
IPs to hot to look around
What's the use any way. You
need them now and we havi
theinat the low price. Wagon
Umbrellas, Wheat Saclc.s,
Water Kegs and other kegs
If it's nice, Cool Summer
Underwear you want, we Intu
This is cerlainly the weath
or to buy your New Perfection
Coal Oil Stove.
Say men! Did you eei
wear a Ma rat hon Ileltv
3pgQjg SeSSjOn Of LegiSlZ'
tore Began Tuesday
The Missouri Lagiblaturo con
vened in extra session Tuesday,
Juno 11, 1 H:21. at VI o'clock noon
for the purpose of enactiug road
legislation in connection with
the iifUi()0,noO road bond issue
which wsvi voted favorably at
lho November election, the re
diietinnnf taxes, the enactment
of a new primary law a;ul (ins
consideration of other legisla
tion which the (Jovernor may
To Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Okenfuss of Ste. Genevieve on
Sunday, June ll', l'.li'l, a girl.
.Men's line shoes that sold for
8.00 ami srlUllt during tho war
can bo bought lor $f.f)0 at
Huiv.og's Cash Shoo House. adv
li'ayinond Kern was the snucesh
fill applicant, in I he coinpetivu ex
amination which was held by tin;
Superintendent of Publi" School
at the ('our!, hmiso on .lime -Ith
and will 1 cpri.-scnl Sle. (ieuoyiovn
County ul I In- I'oys Stale Fair
'.School In be held al Scdalia on
Anffii't 1 1 1 hi 11 'Jul h.
( 'all at or 'phone .lohn .1. diei
lie's Meat Market for vegetables
and fruits of all kinds.
Work on the Washing Machine
Kaetnry building on the Ynoth
lot on Front, streel, was com
monoed this week. The foun
dation trendies were dug and
Charles Piling has the contract
for the brick work. The Com
niercial Club Committee have
been out' collecting the money
from those who lrul subscribed
town rds the buildintr.
Hny your Meat' and Groceries
at Fivd S. Oborlo's Meat Market,
the best and cheapest place in
town. For cabh only. adv
A lank of toad oil arrived lien
the hitler part ol last week uud
war- .spread upon the slieeL.
For Kxl ra G'ooil Homo Killed
.Meats, Snusujcs ami tiroeeriea
FkuiS. Onr.t(u;s Mi:at Mahket
We lune aliuost auythiii( you
wiiit 111 the eutitiK line. udv
Fear is often expressed in tho
tortn ol Inured.