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zXVli. NEW ORLEANS LOUIIANA, TlURSIVY, APRIL 29, 1920. No. 51
rd Mrs. W. It. Pettigrove
he engagement of thetr
-tt, to Mr. Paul Ma
1edding to take platc in
rs. L. F. Gi'cwh have re
b Lafayette. La.. where
the LIouisiana State
- Wlis J. Nelson has returned
* stay in Gulfport. Mi.s.
. y Golden of Morgan
a few days here with
--5. W. A. Nelson. of Oliv
SLeBlanc of 4:10 telle
lhs just returned' from
tlgsas, after spending a
)his daughter, Mrs. Itoh
His little daughter.
led him anu is now
ehool in Houston. l)ur
she will return home.
Oillen and Mr. Clapper
a Bay Adams on a fish
Mrs. Richard F. Nichols
Swmk-end at New Roads,
. Oral entertained the
Alternoon Euchre Club.
i players were Mrs. A.
C. V. Frisch and Mrs.
Miss Salome Kappler
Spesuolation. The next
>M Mt the home of
liassey entertained the
'maeessful players were
Mrs. F. Goebel and
' l The consolation
fra H. Lee Sease. The
will be at the home of
ibaeey and Claude
from Liverpool on
They will leave
will leave this
$, Hlanover for Ire
1laggerty has re
Aath's trip to varin
Ie gufest of Mrs.
lislt (formerly Miss
i) s Haiti for a few
has been spend
Wt week from Buras,
third assistant en
7 on the S. S.
J. P. Vesien have
lItayette where they
ID Murtagh and lit
. Miss.. with Miss
who is atendlng
1Mis Doras Ward at
Sik speot the week
a ndant, Mr. and
i Seymour, of Baton
a tfew days in Al
!a8 Arnolle of Em
with his brother
of New Iberia
aflter visiting Mrs.
to his coasin,.
,t Belleville St.,
of Mrs. Remy
to learn that she
Sundergoaing an i
I3 aeourt of Peli
y at Abita
U. Nolan had as
SDr. and Mrs.
A. C. Megnler
V of Coving
Sweek to at
ef her brother,
to Mi Ma)..
e o oeob
FREE SERVI('E TO MOTORISNTI.
There is one auto tire and tube
concern in the city where motorists
have learned they can get real Her
vice-that of "Jack's Free Tire Ser
vice", wholesale and retail dealers
in tires and tubes, located at 401
Hlaronne street. There you will find
an automobile tire man andl assis
Itants who ar' succeeding in busi
ness by reason of technical know
I, (dgi. experieince and good business
judgment, and patronage is steadily
incrIeasing because they do busilnessi
on the principl- of treating all cus
otnltprs honorably and alike. giving
c'-oplerat ion in every transaction.
andl 'aviilg tiune anld mloney to ens
"Jack"' Free Tire Service." as the
hnai' imlplies, offters to nl)torists
that servie. which is so niecessa-rv
and indispealisable in tihe of roadI
triuhble or other difficutlties, and too!
lluch sItre ca oilit be laid upon lhis
feat ii.', iand a call to Phone Main
"*;6. "any time or any place' will
Prove, this fact to you.
" c. k's a 'ree Tir Service' are dis
trilbutorl' of the time-tried and test- I
tit ,'tar tires and tubes, are agents
lor ('ontinllental tires and tubes, and
also carry cheaiper grades to mIeet
aill n cessary e(l'an(. Another
special fte ature is the large stock
Sarrie(d. for this firim. thoroughly
abreast with the times, has secured
Sfor the trade a vast supply of tires.
tubes, accessories. etc.. and let us
retmark that this firm is just about
headquarters in these parts for what
ever service the motorist may need.
There is a positive saving to be had
in patronizing this concern, and
this, together with the free service
offered,. makes this firm the leaders
MAYOR REHIIMAN NOW RESTING
t"P AT ILOXI.
After two weeks spent in Brown's
SWells. Miss.. Mayor Behrman has
joined his wife and (laughter. Mrs.
Nat. W. Bond. at Hleartease Park.
I near Biloxi. Miss.. where he will re
main for at least two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris. L. Stumpf
Icelebrated the twenty-fifth anniver
sary of their marriage on Thursday.
April twenty-second, at their resi
dence, 301 Delaronde St. The house
was beautifully decorated witn
graceful palms., ferns, flowers and
tulle, the color scheme being green
aid white. The large wedding cake
was a large heart-shape and two
smaller hearts, with bride and
groom, the green and white ribbons
on the -cake held favors. Miss V
Edith Fox, who was Mrs. Stumpf's
bridesmaid when she was married in
1895, was the first to pull the ribbon.
Mrs. L. L. Stumpf got thel0c piece.
Mrs. Leverson received the safety
Iin, Mrs. J. Stumpf of Gretna the
thimble. Mrs. Ed.Yalets the wish
bone. Miss Alice O'Connor the bache
lor button, and Miss Besslie Williams
the ring, which was quite appropri
ate as the engagement of Miss Wil
liams was announced to Chris. L.
Stumpf, Jr., by Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Stumpf on the same evening.
Refreshments were served in
abundance, the same color scheme
being carried out. Cakes, ices and
candies, green and white heart
Mrs. Stumpf wore a magnificent I
gown of taupe color, georgette crepe, r
crepe metor, heavily beaded and f
carried a shower bouquet of Ameri
can beauty roses. Mrs. Geo. W. I
McDuff wore a becoming gown of t
blue georgette and a corsage of
sweet peas. Miss Marvel Stumpf a
wore orchid georgette heavily bead
ed and a corsage of orchids. Miss t
Faye Stumpf wore orchid georgette r
and baronet satin and a corsage of I
orchids and sweet peas. Miss Kath- I
erine Stumpf wore orchid organdy
and a corsage of orchids. Miss r
Edith Fox wore a gown of Georgette a
taupe color and red sweet peas. e
Miss Bessie Williams wore a beau
tiful gown of flowered georgette and a
crepe meter and wore a corsage of a
Among the guests were: Mrs. L.
I.. Stumpf, Mr.. and Mrs. A. M. 0
Stumpf, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Stumpf.
Mr. and Mrs. F. U. Lafleur. Mrs.
John Stumpf, Mrs. A. C. Stumpf,
Mrs. Elinda Myers. Miss Edith Fox.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McDuff. Mr. and I
Mrs. Chas. Nelson, Mrs. R. F.
Whitmore, Mrs. H. Vallette. Mr. antid
Mrs. A. Leverson. Mr. and Mrs. F
Sobel, Mr. and Mrs. I. Israel. Mrs.
E. Price,. Dr. and Mrs. Fay. Mr. and d
Mrs. G. L. Buekner. Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Yalets, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Scott; 1
Misses Alice and Isabelle O'Connor, j
Ruth alCren. Louise Claren. Ger- j
trude Thorn. Irene Lacy. Bertha t
Ryan. Oermaine Cazenave. Ruth Val- a
lette. Hollis and Herbert Malain, c
Cornelia Murphy. Diana Lafleur,
Beese WIUliams, Nathalle Leverson. ?
Rebeeea Williams. Mirian Israel.
FPlorette Well, Mrs. A. Zaenave, F
Mr. and Mrs. Pelix Well, Mrs. Carter; i
Messrs. Alvin 8tampt, Louis Lafleur,
Carl Schill, Robt. Williams. Roy ,
Williams, P. Ryan, Thomas Yalets,
Oerard McDuff, and many others.
Mr. and Mrs. Stumpt were the
recipients of many handsome prere
KING'S DAUUTERS OON.
Mrs. H. L. Hot was selected as I
one of the stae exutive committee
of the King's Daughters at the an- j
nual eonvention held last week.
Durlag the eoeveauton, mss Sal- (
lie Peamesa was a a member o the d
pregram eemmlee Mrs. . L. I
Hest of the bg euammos, mdaa
Miss laketh nll of ls t Pag al
eauaes .Dlk a dl llCI
(I 10 JoE DING,
The marriage of M i
chez to Miss Rosali
celebrated at the Chu
Name of Mary. Rev
of ficiating. The i
Miss Rosalie McCann
S"rpas. Fr. d S. nhT
) -WYE"'O I
A very pretty wedof la e
nesdlay evening washu of t
Malvina Dwyer of o . a
Mr. George ('ollopy
The bride was givtne hr
father. Mr. T. Dwye
most charming in her
Duchesse satin, and ad aw
er bouquet of bridal
The bridesmaid w
Wheatly. and she was Tn
beautiful pink net o i
and carried pink Killn ose
Littla Irene McMahof s
little flower girl and ,
ring-bearer-Master o r an
phew of the bride's
The groomsman w
his brother, Mr. R. Collopy of n
Mr. N. .Parmatel,. h l ,
and Mr. J. Murphy aced ash
The musical progrwas a ra
to everyone who w it essed
mony. Mr. John ov r i c
Hymes sang Gounard iAe r.
After the ceremon was
reception at which n l the il
and immediate frien wer e
When the L. & N.
at 8:30 p. m., it to atte
and Mrs. G. Collopy o Ke
home in Covington.
c ngratulations and
out to them.
Troop 60 of Algie has ti
uished itself on seM r ce asusr
late. This troop ws tet
motto. and is alwao rear
execute orders fromea M rs.o
For two days it was
Gruniwald Hotel, Tuae ri
during the Social W tere
tion. Last Fridayn t f
Tenderfoot initiatenod eela
Esplanade Girls Hig h Mr.
J. Ms a o Hogan and Mr. J e ei
their commission asetuk Or
and 16 candidates o tishr o
ceiv ed their certificat
went' through the t
Thomas Breed. Emm
Tel Hogan, Charles hs d n
Rupp, Robert Wilson,
Louis LeBoeuf, Elmo ocin
The troop is nowies t i
wireless telegraphy, i
ball and dramatics.
PAB WI LL D N
Mr. Buarnett ulane nieri
at a farewell dianne or e en
iodney last Farday, t
,Louis Clark, a popu
the ndrey, who lnon
plan for his home S l
Mr. gannedr JSk
Jwdge Bthro Dr. L
KRpp et wils ond
Capt. Cleade Newms
direl teleass, s
balle alkmdam asd
MeFarLels Dl NER
Algiers Citizens Demand
Improved and Better
WIILL P'ETITION ILEGISLATURE
FORlt FERRY ('()MMISSIO)N "2.
('ITIZENS WILL ('IIRToULATE
The beginning of the fight to do
away with, forever, the sale of ferry
franchises for upset prices, was he
I gun in earnest on Tuesday night.
when 1S prominent Algiers citizens
met at the office of the Herald to
organize for the purpose of bringing
about the improvement so neces
sary for our future commercial prog
ress. and the oefar o;f the Fifth
District. 1 he mneeting was called
at the request of Dr. Kraft. who
acted as chairman of the nmeeting.
while Mr. Adolph Spitzfaden. assis
tant cashier of the ('anal-Commer
cial Trust and Savings Bank. acted
A general discussion took place as
to which was the best method of
operating the ferries for the bene
fit of the patrons, who are compell
ed to use the ferries in their daily
The practice of selling a ferry
franchise for an upset price, was
unanimously condemned, stating
that the method was unfair to the
Algiers people who are not only obh
ligated to pay a high price for the
privilege of living in Algiers. but
that the upset price paid for a fran
chise will become an additional tax
on the patrons.
After considerable discussion it
was unanimously agreed that the
new organization would lend its
efforts and work to secure a publicly
owned ferry system to be operated
for the benefit of the people.
The effort to be made before the
Legislature is to have a Ferry (om
mission appointed by the Governor,
Ithat the different commissioner's
tim'e of service shall be over-lap
The Wonders of America
By T. T. MAXrEY
HELL GATE BRIDGE.
T HE completion of the New York
Connecting railroad gave us our
first all-rail through route from New
England, via New York, to the rest
of America and a continuous rail line
up and down the Atlantic coast from
Key West to HallfaL It also calls
to mind the fact that the insurmount
able obstacle which had heretofore
blocked the way had been overcome
and the supposedly impossible accom
Before this route could be opened,
It was necessary to get trains across
that terror to navigators, the rocky
bottomed tidal channel, known as
"Hell Gate," between Long Island
shore and Ward's Island in the East
river, opposite Manhattan Island on
which New York city proper stands.
It was not possible to sink piers Into
the channel, and the stretch was con
sidered too great to be covered by
me arched span. An eagineer with
viesi came to the reme ad trains
mew cress on a woederl tour-tracke
steel bridge. A peelehs, steel arch, 1,
SIT test leag, said to be the longest
as well as the heaviest ever lps
seaers say waterway et eal wdth,
now kbries them p ' TI entis
weight sb tarried by s tic m-eete
high towers on ither sine. The
bridge Is U fest wids, deg ee toc
1 stoo pembe p hera st. The
ntr0 e height t the as Is . .Mse
tssn 00 set abes the water.
Ab A00 tre d sueel were m es.
s t wauthe belaed sto sher rea
a i to mle - at a agesp. -"-t
s ....aet uutst m ur-i
ping so as to avoid the appointment h
Iof anll entirely new commlllission at i
any one given time. I
This Ferry Commlission after its t
organ izatioll is to issue. bonds for
the purpose of buying the physical i
property of the ferry comlpanies.
Thes.· bonds are to be retired by a i
sinking fund and the service given u
to the people at actual cost of opera- i
The last ferry franchise soldl to the '
Southern I mprovemnent Ferry ('omn
p;any. brought the "Handsome Sum"'
of $225.100.0. This was 13 years
ago. and many of the people at that t
tiie were much elated to think that
our ferry system brought such a
high figure. but as the years went
on their false joys, soon turned to
sorrowj as they realised that the
people were paying this quarter of I
a million dollars and not the ferry
The results of the meeting on Tues
day night were embodied in the fol
lowing resolution. which will be put
into effect at once. The resolution
was offered by Mr. Humphrey and
seconded by Mr. Kepper,. that a conm
mittee be appointed to draft a pre- i
amble of petition to be presented C
by the people of Algiers to the next
General Assembly of the Legislature, t
to cueate a Ferry Commission-
which Commission shall have exclu-:i
sive control of a Ferry System across t
the Mississippi River at Canal street. i L
and such other points as may be G
deemed necessary, under a system t
which would provide adequate ser
vice to the extent of or equal to its T
revenues. Motion unanimously a
adopted. The following committee
was appointed: N. E. Humphrey. i
('hairman: F. C. I)uvic. A. Sptiz- -
;frden. Jr.. Jas. H. Kepper and Dr. I
C. V. Kraft.
The following were present at the,(
meeting: Dr. A. C. King. Dr. Wm. J
H. Weaver. ~k- --1-t'c. Rev. 1't
W. H. Hafner. .
James H. Kepper. Adolph Spitzfad
n. ~rt. i.uli-FB1le.e
ger. I4e y---A-dreLi ra nk H. k il- (
4-n. U k ' '. N. E. Hum
phreys. He .4.nrAi r. -. - :
tLar. .F n Frank gralm
and Dr. C. V. Kraft.
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ENTERTAINS AT TEA.
Mrs. George Koppel was the bos
tess Thursday afternoon at a tea
complimentary to Miss Cecilia Slack,
of Alexandria, ia., who is a student
at Newcomb. The table for tea was
most attractive with pink sweet pea
blossoms and ferns. The color
scheme of pink was carried out in
the confections and ies.s The dainty
refreshments were seved by Misses 1
Phylls Reess, IthLer Dblpy and
Lolse Koppeli. The get were
imiteed Co the eollss sn srloo.
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-Mtr. J. . Gw inii. Sýunp t t l ri',
l :t. T'hii ri y i 4Iv h'mo. i':: If, "b :.I, 4
' r16r dtpl)artm1 nt 1 ,l, i ht'oir.- I,'aVinl'.
i 'pc'ted the work b. r i-. " ) ,141 d".' , l T
t tle it, w )l14.s roo s. ,.t111" rr , i N :t11
the principal r,.t arL linLe ht, ;p1,..::1 - 11
I)4)1)1 t a . 'w t.' ,i h.' " st i l IIt - Ill- -
:.tallationi of thi ' 1r4ew fu lrn r. - :
. t* . 1 1,r ."Illl l llll lrl I ' . I tl l.
.4 r t..1t11 tlhH, k 1. 1 I lth I liirt( -
1)1"1t41 of .\1t1i liaice' vlsitI d 114h. .-' l
t. :',, .l urin- the lust w.",1. lhe i ,
S tl Is al,)torL1 work dl.n' e 1, 1 11 At
te 4)1.l i 4 c"' t licrr
Ml ts Ida harrow. of til l,," 1)" pI lrt
1ll11t of Ir':aw'1n4 .pei*t1 FridaIy rl
t.rnoll onl) wilh ui<. iShe brougl ht ll h 1,111
I.ew h' < r hich t' i l i( lwe hope to putl intoll
'effect in the very near fuliture'. Miucl'h
4of theI n'. dnl. wor4 k Iidoni, by tihe LIIrl
of the Eighith (Grad.e was on Mi."s
i l olll' lllr TreillnlT. Int to the S.hooll ' il
I lll t 'I ille't for exhli bitioni. The i i
-pupils are very enihullsiastl I. alil are N
looking fo Ir wiIrd. with nii'h pl .':l s I i
11, Ifor Ml iss hur'row's n xt visit aI
M111.s ('aoline \ Albhert. Su11pervisr u
of . usliic. was wIith us last Tht l 1r<d' y
M. Itern Ls e Stee l and ' Lout; Io, - tI
Itor l., pupil.s of the Eillhth A. lrade, 1)
ach pre'senlled the principal withia a 4lP
italboret.ll with which 1to orinament Ir
t her office This is the first %work-.
t in Manual Trainiing. done by thlise
i;tup s It i'reflects grea credit ion al
s their ability. for no one oIt f miatre 11
r 1,ei LIcould hIave s. S edled - morI e per- it
Miss Lillian Knowlhes, who han 'i,
i teen on the sick list for abhout It wi n
l weeks. retur'ned to school last Mion- 1 l
Sday. much o the graltification of all. et
The regular weekly tests in rapid
, Arithmn. tic and Spelling were held
Monday iimbn ine. The perfects J
S Eighth Crade A. --Spelling-- Ar- s
t thur Kulp. Ja'neq Scott. Louis Ie-. i
Rloche. Lee Steel. Peter Rouse. War- 0
Sr i Goodlwyne. Nora Gillespie. Oli
'vier Wlattiginy. Mirza Tust. Marvel
iebs. 1Eulalle Le('ou rt. Corinne (.
lomiimlor. Albert Gillespie. John d
f Earnst. Floyd Guillot. Hlermian Sin- l1
ºgleton, Aaron Edgecomb. Flavia, c1
Carona. Annie D1eubler. Rose )anos. 0
SNoristine Ileiber. William Habig- P1
t PERFECT IN .lARITIMlETIC.
S Warren Goodwyne. Janies Scott. It
I Arthur Kulp. Peter Rouse. Louis t
- 'ronan. Eulalie Le'ourt. (Corinne at
- ilemmer. Margaret Moseley. Marvel aIa
I Gebs. Irvin Campbell.i
t Eighth Grade h.--- Floyd Hoffstt- at
ter. Charles Smith. Julius Gillich. ii
Seventh Grade A.--Ethel Rice .
- Ruiht Zerin ue. Thelma Wille. lor- 4
Stensia lleiber. Alden Smith. Vera
Lusk. Alice Serpas. Eliska Sullivan.
G( rtrude Bommer. Roy Ilingle. Chris
- Fifth Grade A.--Jennie Scott,
Thelma Rice. Thelma Hintz. Nath
ian Forr4t. Lois, Pedreaville- l
S s i s
Thirdl Grad. A.--Lydia Campbell.t
E mile Trudeau. Louis ('ronan. Irvin
- Campbell. .Margaret Moseley. Ralph
Eighth Gradde 1.--Stella Cronan.
I harle'q Smith. Floyd Hoffsteter, I
Julitus (.illich. Holsten Moseley.
Grac ze Cazaubon. Isabll Lewis. Irma
Seventh Grade A.--Thelma Wille.
- Eliska Sullivan. Gertrude tIommer. :
( hristine Beiber i,
Fifth Grade A-William Sulli hll
Ian Aruthur Sutton, James Fabares.
SNathan Forrest. Amelia Serpa. Mar
"uerite Rogers. Eva Alonzo. Thelmat
Rice. Louis Pedreauville. P 4
Fifth Grade l.-- Chester Suttotn.
I George Demerest. Georile Tierney.
I Thelma Sutherland. Lucille bilauman.
Mary Neveaux. Edward Lierette. r
Third Grade A.-Lydia Campbell.
Thelma Arsago. Emile Trudeau.
Adolph Hotard. Dixie Edgecomb. L
iThird Grade B.--Thelma Arsago, a
e Adolph Hotard. i
Third Grade --Norestine l eiber, I
Annie Denbler. Floyd Guillot. Rose
' Danos. William Habighorst. Albert
Gillespie, Herman Singleton. Aaron
BELLEVILLE NOT E.
I Vera Vezien returning from a
!long visit to California brougt back o
. as a present to her school, through p
r Miss Harte. a beautiful abeloni d
t May 4. 1920, at 3 p. m.. a concert
d will be given for the upper grade
children. Fine artists will bring 3
to the children, the best music ren- I
dered in the best way. Supplemen- b
. tary the study of graphophone pro- i
ductions, these original have much a
McDONOGH No. 4.
m On Tuesday afternoon. First As
s sistant Superintendent P. B. Habans, I
ir visited the primary departint of I
*a the schools and expressed himself sI1
:y being well pleased with the work
- bhlan dose.
id About twenty-five boys of the
[e ashool now report to their different
ml etasses Is overalls.
lbsh Rusle Memory Cmatest will
It 1s4 l'h At . ( .-tree of p .)-l 'r,'
tht T'Ihqj ils:., ! no!t!ti - to1 -t
l. m r n ." < '. :f1 . .'e in ,,:y.
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"h . "te s stre et 1 :11 ?,,! III s s I'I n d?: .
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i i',l' i t " I I l , II tl in o. ,t l tr
pan 4 of ooIisinIIia
: Thl, e i. firiI whi'll o . lrat uw itr .)
tni Ini . ItIth1 of -i,1 co1 i ni e
_' '.in vrl . . h'r . i, '1 .111 ,i 11 ac "tivr' f a
t ,rs i b tlthe .:clp1. t of, Ie !Ii ,b rI -
, ir !",r,, ,it i. 1 , ,. f , t r . to h,." -"rt.
anyl th1 c.,l ,l ~.l l.ti l kn will ona+l e
t1 lhe n ' r ih.-" iz t ti, ll to htle h . vir
Sworkti The Jobhllso1. Ir,1o11 Wonrks.
i bas ibei i.n the ' arilt rpair ,n tbsi
'nes n1 New 1,rleaiIs for sixty ylars
Il estabilished for fourteen years.lt
I will te in thil(ehans of Wilm er I1.l)
iJohnson and arren Johnslion' who
hasve dirnctd the affairs of the John
ti, Jh Iroln ork for m any years.nd te
lNb."1th (brl,.ytsin lry lurk and Shble
.ides the Johnson iutereetn the board
iiof irecors of the' l company will in
o.tr $l.,erly i!l. ollins. president
Scurit by Salthes Company of Atlanta
dent. Whitney-central National
Bank; Furman II. Pearce. vice-presi
dent. Atlantic Steamship Line. New
Orleans. and Selhy ('. Parker, vice
presibenlt. Security Sales Company
The plants of the two companies,
included ha total of 175) fet of river
frontage in the center of the port on
the west bank of the river immedi
atelv beilow the ('anal street ferry
Ilanlding. The two plants virtually
adjoin each other. The new com
ipany will also operate the shipbuild
ing plant bon Hlayou St. John where
the Johnson Iron Works has been
building tugs for the government.
Tugs. river steamers and barges
will be built there.
The New Orleans I)ry sixtyck Com
pany's thre d rydek doks ill pass to
lthe new company. No. I drydock
has a capacity of 5J0e tons. No. 2
is oif a 2ve tons capacit. anthe No. 3.
is a stnall'r dryulock used for river
boats arond tugs.
Georfe Plant of the fircompany of Trn
dal. Plantic and teofonta. will at as
stOrleanshp agelbyt n. Parker for the
prelilnt. Security Sales 'omp co any.
The planl row of So companiirls took
ipart in a most successful Pit Party
he west ban Frk ofida. hApril 16. 1920. it
lanbing a hlf holiday. t e to the plant
adjn of trees at Auher on Park. Th
ings procee t thBayou Tulane. where
Sbtheyuilding tugsaid forview of the government.
gerormance. steahirch all enjoyed im
men built thely.
Thos thre artircipatiydocks were: Miss
Ihilamine ('lesi. Miss Anna T. Pal
mer. Myrtle Norriss. MNae Munsch,
Josephine Iladella. Tuttle tennox.
with the exception of Misses LaBella.
i iL nnox and M1unsch. the other girls
are all from the city. .aiiss Munsch
is a resi(lent of Jefferson Parish.
'be held on May 26th. and the boys
of McDonogh No. 4 are working
very hard and hope to make a good
showing. They will have the honor
of being the first and only all-boys
school to enter the contest through
out the city.
iThe "Blue and Gold", the McDon
Sogh No. 4 School magazilne, will be
I printed and readcy for sale by Thurs
i day the 29th.
t McaDONOGH NO. w.
Sier fect in Table match 4 -B and
r 3'A. Charles Brias. Myrtle Sons,
- Irene Despaux, John Roberts. Her
- bert Fitch. Andrew Kerstens, Steve
Bruno, Bernice Clasen. Thomas Lin-.
wtgont, Wesley Babin, isabel Cottom.
Sapt. Gwanm visited the school on
SWinares of Table Match- Doro
b, thy Wahl. Richard Lingoni. Roger
f Keller. Stanley Burmaster, Joe Pa
Slist, Imelda Ernst Josephine Dubret,
Henry Beutel. Thelae Willis.
le Marjorite Shroeder, Dorothy Walbl.
at All1 Hibbeus.
Mr. Ptal trHabe soest Tueoday
ou St the Lshol.