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Methbodt Church Notes Bay
Rev. C .C. Wier, Pastor, Residence Hlast
886 Olivier, Phone Alg, 188. Mise
Last Sunday we had good congre
gations at both services. Our music
was good, though we missed some 'PI
of our voices, namely: Mmne. Blake- TI
man and Orrell and H. W. Rickey. tom,
We hope to have a full attendance for call
next Sunday. Mrs. Orrell has been rain
sick and hopes to be well. Mr. Rick- T]
ey will enter the Senior class at T'u- sum
lane and will be with the choir again. Mot
We had several anthems that we*c drel
appreciated. At the night serive.. T
I)r. Fay and Mrs. Sanford Hlebert out
sang a beautiful duet and I)r. Fay Ser'
11 sang a much appreciated solo. At and
the morning hour, the Pastor's text
was, I Corinthians 4:2. '"Moreover it itR
is required in stewards thut a ma:,
be found faithful. St. Paul calls 3t
tention to the fact that it is required
of a man to be faithful, but adds that
"But with me it is a very small thing
that I should be judged of you. or Cor
of man's judgement." He was not
an eye servant, but one, who was
pleasing an unseen God. He was but 438
reiterating the call that the Savior
had been teaching that a man was a 1
steward or a custodian and that he of
_ was to take care of this stewardship. be
In Matt. 25:14-30 he gave the "Para- 4:0
ble of the Talents" who went away sel
into a far country and left his goods Orl
with his servants. And unto one the
he gave five talents, and to another H.
two, and to another one; to every fr
man according to his several ability at
and straightway took his journey. An
Each man had his individual respon- wil
sibility to meet. On the return of yol
lord of the household, he dealt with fin
them according to their severally Sti
stewardships. To the man who had
been true he said: "Well done, thou lur
good and faithful servant: thou hast url
been faithful over a few things. II esi
will make thee ruler over many thi
things: enter thou into the joy of thy
Lord." This fact the Savior taught Lu
time and time again in his life and is wi
emphasized by the Book of Revela- Tu
tions, see 2:10, "Be thou faithful un- Tt
to death, and I will give thee a crown on
of life." The Apostle real!zed that It
mankind needed to be urged to be thi
fqtiful. It is greatly appreciated Rs
when ever we see it, and we all on
should practice it. Men understand on
and meet their responsibilities in the op
commercial world and the matter of sp
our responsibilities to God are so
easily understood. Yet a man, v:ho wi
will not neglect the obligations to a nil
Commercial firm will sometimes ne- wi
glect or discharge in an indifferent th
manner the obligations of the ('hurch.
The experience of Church workers ha
shows that men of various stages of cli
prominence have had to deal at wi
one time or another with those th
who were not dependable. It is th
a great pleaure to lead the In
Lord's work with those who are bE
faithful. The story is told of Hen- te
ry Ward Beecher, who was not only la
a great preacher, but was als. a lov- of
er of a fine horse, that on one o-ca
sion he went into a livery stable and
expressed his appreciation of a beau- cl
tiful horse in the barn to which the ss
liveryman remarked, "Yes. Mr. Beech- ci
er, he is just as good as he looks, he C.
is good anywhere you put him." To
which Mr. Beecher answered, "Well
I wish he was member of my Church."
He that is faithful in that which is
least is also faithful in that which
is great. I know that there are many
things that would call us away from
duty, but we must be deaf to the
call. Indeed, we may learn a lesson
from Ulyses, who when he was sail
ing past the rocks where the S;ren
lived and by its enchanting musIc
lashed his crew to the vessel's mast
nad caused many a sailor to be iost,
and then waxed his own ears that he
might be deaf to their allurement.
We must lash our all to Jesus and r
have deaf ears from all that will call
us from his service and then we u ill c
be faithful indeed.
On Friday, September 16, 1921, Mr. a
Elia W. Angelo died at his hVme, tl
210 Vallette Street. His had been
a lingering sickness of many months.
He was buried from the Methodist c
Church, Saturday September 17, Rev.
- C. C. Wier officiating. He is sur
vived by two children and severasi
Sbrothers and sisters, among whom are
Mr. T. W. Angelo, 220 Oliver and Mr.
SJ. W. Angelo, 210 Vallette, and ar
dear old mother, who resided withf
Shim antil his death. We pray God
to comfort the mourners.
On Sunday, BeptembeL 18, 1921, t
Alvin Irvtn, infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Verdoodt, 925 Belleville,
was baptized, Rev. C. C. Wier of.t
dating. The sponsors were Mr. Wal
den Verdoodt and Mrs. Edward Dal
Miss Ruath I. Pettigrove, after a
splendid visit to Mont Eagle, Tenn.,
is back at her post of duty in the
Public Schools of the City.
Mrs. Percy Chamberlain and Miss
Elizabeth Chamberlain of Malvern.
- Arkansas, and MrJis. Jennie Wahl of
OGlfport, Mississippi, and Miss Mar
)Jorie Bouvier of Jeanerette were re
cent guests at the Parsonage.
Mr. F. 8. Ryan, after a brief stay
to Teoro Infirmary, is out again.
Mr. Liorace B. Rickey is to teach
Mammal training in two uptown
sels and will do special work at
Tlsa Untiversity, and has decided
that t will be beet to b nearer his
work satnd will thus not loard in Al
uns as we bhad hoped.
:5e ~Ia has been stck ibr sev
.ge. v sdn was amised at Sun
i amr. Mrs.I (harle Colette of
Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. were 7:
guests of home folks on Evalina St. been
last Sunday. Sept
Hugh Lilly has gone to Gallmar. vaca
Mississippi, where he will attend Sun(
High School. 9
e Prayer meeting tonight at 7:45. ial
The Board of Stewards will m,--t Ret
•" tomorrow night at the Parsonage by the
or call of the President. Captain Zata
i. The Catechism class will he r. TI
u. sumed, at the Church. Friday at :.:, is c
i. Mothers are urged to have their chil- with
Sdren prs-nt. the
The Junior League is urged ) be the
rt out in full force Sunday at ,; P. M. Pi
ty Services next Sunday at 11 .\. \1. men
Lt and 7:4, P. M. gral
it Rub-M-Tism kills infection. J(
Ia Trinity Evangelical
ti Lutheran Church Ra
or Corner Olivier and Eliza Streets, W. C
Ot H. Hafner, Pastor. (Th
ut 438 Olivier St. Phone Algiers, 240. 7:34
a This Sunday, the 40th 'nniversary
he of the Bethlehem Orphan Asylum will R
ip. be held. Services will be held at
ra. 4:00 P. M. sharp. Son s an:d spec.al
av selections are to be refdered by the
,da Orphan's Chorus. The speaker for
ne the occasion will be the Rev. W. J.
er H. Wedig of Pascagoula, Miss. Re- ,
py freshments and Supper will be served
ity at reasonable prices by the 'Ladies' Sol
?y. Auxiliary. At 7:45 P. M. a Program S
an.- will be rendered. Come and bring pre
of your friends along. The autoist will wh
ith find a good road by going out Flood to
1y1 Street. me
fad All those who still hold some Asy- a I
Lou lum Offering Envelopes are kindly be
ast urged to hand them in at their earli- hau
I est convenience, or to take them to p
ny the Fesitval.
thy Dont lfQrget the meeting of the s
ght Lutheran Educational Society which
is will be held at First English Church p
la- Tuesday evening. September 27th Su
un- This society has taken a new lease S
wn on life and has become a live-wire. T
hat If you want to convince ytourself of ed
be the fact attend the meeting. The un
ted Rev. Nau. Ph. D., will give an address ceu
all on "The Educational Tendencies cf we
and our Time." No one should rats. the se
the opportunity of hearing this noted Mi
so The Joint kommittee on Building Al
rho will meet at the parsonage. Monday
• a night. September 26. at 7:30. Cards
ne- will be sent out to the members of De
ent the committee.
"ch. Just a word to the parents who
ers have children attending our (cate- da
(of chism lessons. Please keep in toush 10
at with your children to see whether
ose they are doing their work. See to it hc
is that they study their lessons well. leh
the Impress upon them that they mustth
are be regular and punctual in their at- be
len- tendance. Your children will derive b
only lasting benefit from the enforcement G
lov- of these principles. In
and Confidence, that's what brings the m
eau- children to our store. That's what
the satisfies parents, that their children
ech- can stop here as well as they can.
,he Calderaro's Pharmacy, Algiers, La.
Vell 666 cures Chills and Fever.
Bich Mount Olivet Church
tneCor. . Pelican and, Olivier, New Or.
ason leans, La., Rev. Thomas Bea
sail- nett Clifford, Rector.
ren Telephone AIg. 812.
ast The "Tr-Mu" Bible Class met at
oUt' 9:30 Sunday morning.
t he Matters of importance was carried
ent out during the meeting. The class
and received their buttons and Hearts
call which they must wear during the
will contest for New Members. S
The captains elected are Miss Al
ma Lauman, Captain for the Blues
Mr and Mr. Horace Harris, Captain for
,,e the Reds.
been The aimr of the class is to develop
iths. the three sides of ones nature indi- a
lst cated by the three M's--muscle. s
Rev. mind and Morals. e
sur Clifford Angelo was elected class f
vera treasurer. The membership dues are n
Sare five cents per week.
Mr. The "Tr$-Mu" class is instructed
Id a by Mrs. T. B. Clifford. It is not only a
with for the older members of the Sunday r
od School but the adults of the church a
as well. The class would be glad to
have the adult members as well as p
921, the older members of the Sunday I
and School. '1
Ville, Adults of the Mt. Olivet Church do a
al not say that you are too old to join t
the "Tri-Mu" Bible class, bue Instead t
say that you will join and help either I
side win the contest. Come and join
' n and show your interest in the workt
enn.,of the church. Come and join the(
"the Tri-Mu" Bible Class4 We have a
surprise for all you new members.
Miss Consult any one member of the class 1
vern, or Mrs. Clifford and they w:ll explain
hi of the work the Bible Class is doing for
Mar- the church.
'e r- Now do not forget to join this class
because later on you will wish you
stay had. Come and show your church
in. spirit by coming and joining :this
teach bible class.
town The members of the 'TrliMa" Bi
rk at ble Class wishes to see some adult
cided members Sunday morning at 9.30,
ir his at Mt. Olivet Church, corner of Pel
n Al- Ican Avenue and Olivler Street. Vis
itors are welcome.
0 SO DO NOT FORGET SUNDAY
Sun. MORNING AT 9:30 A. M.'
(Sibned) MARTHA PONTI,
e of Class Reporter.
7:30 A. M. This service which has -
been omitted during the month -' f
September on account of the Rector's
vacation, will be resumed thl fit st
Sunday in October. I
9:30 A. M. Sunday School.
7:30) P. M. Evening Prayer con
ducted by Mr. Orloff Lake with s!,e e
ial Programme by :he Choir. Tthel
Rector expects to be present to tlak,.
the necessary announcemet}t.-.
The attention of the congr.catio'ni
is called to the far't that b*eginning;l
with the first Sunday in Oc'ober A11
the regular services and activitie- of
the Church will be resumed.
l Please note the ab)ove announce
I. ment concerning the special pro
gramme by the Choir Sunday night.
John A. Woolverton and Miss Em I
Raleigh Joseph Williams. yon of
Raleigh Joseph Williams and liatti,.
C. Buchholz Williams.
Call meeting of the Guild tonight
(Thursday night) at the Rectory at
1 Rub-M.v-t sm for Rheumatism.
al Church of the Holy
r Name of Mary
,e- Last Sunday the feast of the Holy
'd N.ame of Mary was celebrated by a
s' Solemn High ,Mass. Rev. P. F. Quinn.
m" S. M.. President of Jefferson College
ig preached a very eloquent sermon on
11 what the holy name of Mary meant
d to all Catholics and what it should
mean especially to those dwelling in
ty- a parish dedicated to this name. He
ly beautifully described how this name
i- has been the inspiration of artists.
to poets and musicians both Catholic
and Protestant. Rev. M. A. ('otter,
heS. M.. was celebrant at the mass, Rev.
ch J. Albert. of All Saints Church. Al
ch giers, was Deacon. Rev. J. Quinn, was
th Sub-deacon and Rev. H. T. Hayes.
S. M., was Master of Ceremonies.
The various societies were represent
ed at the mass, the Knights' of Col
umbus forming a body guard in the
center aisle of the church. through
which the Altar boys and clergy pas
he sed. The music rendered during the
Mass was very good.
There will be a meeting of the
Altar boys this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Election of officers will take place.
Friday and Saturday are Ember
Father Hayes has chartered the
Steamer Capitol for next Tues
eh day night and hopes to have at least
ter 1000 lovers of music and dancing to
come out and enjoy themselves. He
eli. has received word that the boat will *
elt leave the wharf this time, so that
at- those who do not care to dance will
be able to enjoy a nice ride. The
ent ride is for the benefit of the II. N.
G. C. and ladies who are interested
in it are requested to call on Father J.
Hayes ahd get tickets to sell. Ad- Pi
the mission will be seventy-five cents for Bi
hat adults and fifty cents for children. :.\
Bor n to Mr. nd Mrs. Wm. W.at
the Born to Mr. and Mrs. miley (neo
Sophle Casanova) of Panama--a girl.
elop ANGELO-On Friday, Sept. 1th.
ndi- at 8 o'clock p. m., Elas W. Angelo,
cle. son of Mary Dixon and the late Jos- A
eph W. Angelo, died at the age of -1
lass forty-three years. Deceased was a
are native of Plaquemine parish and a F
resident of Algiers for many years. -
tted The funeral took place Saturday
unly at 3:30 o'clock p. .. from his late
iday residence. 410 Vallette St. Inter
arrch ment was in McDonogh Cemetery.
I to BACH--On Friday at 8:30 o'clock
I as lp. n.. Mary Ahysen, wife of Frank
Eday B ach, died. Deceased was born in
Thibodeaux, La., forty-six years ago,
sdo and had resided here for the past
join thirty-three years. The funeral
tead took place Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m.
ther from the late residence of the de
join ceased. 1124 Pacific Avenue. In
Iork terment was in St. Bartholomew
'e a BARROIS--On Tuesday at 10:50
bers. o'clock p. m., Felicien Barrols, hus
:lass band of Elvire Dufrene died. De
plain ceased was fifty-five years of age
I for and was a native of Lafourche par
ish. He had resided here for the
class j past six months. The funeral took
you place Thursday at 10 o'clock from
,urca his late residence, 118 Olivier St.
bhis Interment was in McDonogh Come
adult Rb-My-Tism cres asres.
iThe Story of I
t Our States
By JONATHAN BRACE ,ddr
I '1IE ill-fated a .t
ble for the
first interest J
In Texas. H. I
* This large ex
pediton was wrecked at the
mouth of the Mississippi in 1528. 1
Four members including Cabeza I
de Vaca were captured by the H
Indians and spent eight years
wandering through the country
California. It was their ac '- "
counts of rich Indian villages
which led the Mexican governor
to send Coronada to explore this TI
country. He returned after a M
two-years' trip without discover
ing the reputed riches which he RI
To counteract the aggressions
of the French settlements in I 5
Louisiana, the Spanish estab
lished many missions throughout sa
Texas, the moot important be- ac
ing at San Antonio. When the pra
United States negotiated the i ra3
Louisiana Purchase from France
they considered that Texas was
a part of this territory. Over Rev
this question war was nearly
precipitated but finally the Uni- a
ted States withdrew their claims S
in exchange for Spain's with
drawal of claims to the Oregon
t region. F
1 Many Americans began to set- ot
tie in Texas, among them Gen- Nai
e era am Houston and Stepheb ds
F. Austin. Mexico became e
alarmed at this rapid increase
of American pioneers which
threatened to crowd out the Mex
lean population. Oppressive
measures were adopted and
caused the Americans to rise
In rebellions n 1886. During this
uprising occurred the gallant de
tense of the Alamo by a handful a
t of Americans and their slaughter
1 by the vastly superior numbers
" of the Mexicans. "Remember the . I
h Alamo," became the Texans' slo
s gan. General Houston decisive
e ly defeated the Mexican forces
at the battle of San Jacinto and
e the Republic of Texas was
k. launched with Houtoea a presid
dent. The fag contained one
r star, and from this has come the
name the Lone Star State. After
1e considerable opposition from the
s. North, Texas was annexed to
st the Union and became the twen
to ty-eighth state.
l (@ by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
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i Mr. Frances Lyncker is chairman of
the advertising and boat committee.
N. BAPTISM e
Pd Joyce Katherine, daughter of Sam
er J. Boylan and Florence Talbot of 437
.d- Pelican Avenue. Sponsors lester M.
or Brooks and Mrs. Brooks, proxy for
n. 1 Miss Monte Boylan.
Warren Joseph, son of Milton Hlock
and Osceola Casler of 724 Pelican
Avenue. Sponsors Warren Brechter
and Leonatus Casler.
Benjamine F., son of Octave Borne
and Valerie Hughes of 1424 Teche
Stree. Sponsors Henry and Ada
Edward John, son of Erwin Salathe _
and Odile Harding rof 325 Opelousas
Avenue. Sponsors Sam J. Harding
and -Mrs. J. G. Durand.
j4qyd JJustin, son <f Ernest M.
Camus and Hazel Verberne of McLel
lanville. Sponsors Albert Wagner and
Daisy E. Verberne.
Mary Josephine, daughter of Wm.
J. Burke and Cecil Pendas. Sponsor's
Jerome Camus and Mabel Burke.
ee H. N. G. C. THEATRE.
Ir. F day, Septebaer Srd. r
"Common Level"--Elmund Breeze
"Fighting Fate"-Wm. Duncan and u
"The Washer"-Bill Franey.
th, Sunday, Septembahe th.
lo, "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star"
De- A special that every child in Algiers -
of should see.
a "Circus Heroes"-Hall Room Boys.
a Fox News.
l·ay caures Chills asd Fever.
We havoe the Dlpelise. We
S have era irp. We eaerm
lck rewfe Servise. I ech saep.
k rt se s appewas to ye. thea
in let us ain yea pu'isim .
go, Aeearacy IMst.
" Cyrus Broussard
In- Cor. BIseleile ad FeMea Av
nw PhoIe Algiers 01),
so "TUE STORE OF EFFICIENT SERVICE"
us- Fresers'pIoei n lle Day or
ook THE MOMENT OFNEED
om In an immergeney you can call
St at, or phone my bakery for any
me- kind of cake you want. sad feel
satisfied I am prepared to fill your
quality ad elealnese mre tie twin
-motteos . the beker at e n tUmes.
141 Delarede St., C hae Aisee SU
ALGIERS IAPTIaT CHURCH.
Rev. R. T. Llcl.eod; Rlev. I" E. Massey.
Address 1137 6th St P'hone Jackson 37..
bunday School esery Sunday afternoou
s at 1'ythian U il. 3.15 o'.o, t.
CRURCI l OF THE HIOLY NAM. (IF
Verret and .\li St1.
Rev. M. A. ('ottcr. Parish Priest; Rev.
J. Guluan. Rev. E. P. McGrath and Rev.
H. Hayes. assistanut
Phone. Algierts 67
Week Days--Masss,. 6. 6.30 and 7.
Sunday--, 6.30. 7:30. 9 and 11.
MlETHODIT CHI RCH.
lavergne and DIhlaronde Ste.
Rev. C. 4'. lier. pastor. resideance. 236
lb fIler St. Phone Algiers 1s..
Sunday School 9:30.
Sunday--ll a. m. and 7:30 p. n.
Thursday Prayer Meeting- 7:30 p. m.
MT. OLIVET ECPICOPAL CHURCH.
Pelican Ave. and Olivier St.
Rev. Thee. B. Clifford. 235 Olivier St.
Phone Algiers 312.
Sunday--7.30 a. m.. communion (full
choral) and sermon.
S Sunday 8ehool -9:30 a. m.
Service BSunday- 7:30 p. m.. evening
prayer and sermon.
TRINITY EVANGELICAI. LUTHEIIRA
Corner Olivier and Eliza St.
Rev. W. H. Hatner. Res.. 438 Olivier St.
Phone Algiers 240.
Sunday--8:30 a. tm.
Sunday Rchool-9:30 a. m.
Thuroasy-7:30 p. m.
FLtt Church of Chriat Sienotist. a brand
at the Mother Church In Boetoe . dl Ilee
Nashville Avenue and Garfield atrest. Sh
day arrvces at 11 a. m.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Wednesday eveing service at 8 p. m.
We have the best bl 3ad be
eano we o ay tho hlLb ecw preie
for the beet Sour. No order tfee
. large or too small.
417 ELMIRA AVENI'U
r Phbom Algierse 10.
only the choicest Western meats and
n of fresh home grown vegetables. If you
itte. Ian't come, phone in your order.
* ABASCAL MARKET
Sam PELICAN AVE. * VERRET IT.
S47 Full Idne of Choice
or M MEATS, VEGETABLES
FRUIT AND FISH
lock Saultarq b Erq lespect
lican COURT1 Y-QUAIATT
ne COUGET & FABARES
rdi" DUO BAR-DUKATE CO.
New Orleans. La.
t art Packers i the wel at
Hand lghlGrade Canned Goods, Oysters
ShrImp, Okra and Plgs.
Wm. a W Oe i
Save fow a Home
s6% e- Ye I eay ~
I and ULDIN & LOAN
See our Directer
THOS. B. BROWN,
r 17 Opeleasse St
- , Abiml & Bres,, Ltd.
OROOCKRI AND IlMTMEM
Ple Ave., Cow. VeersS I.
Long Distance Phonse
Ald4i , ItL
- Dr. H. Macon Fay
1E" Stumpf Pharmacy
Phone Algiers 9125
"The H ome of Flowed r
'twi fle Flower King"
Pbone Main seT
14 O~aml SAeet
Iif NEw oRtjaUsN IA.
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