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ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1922. No. 49
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I rlV assistance, Earl
:i. s.U11s old, 1234 Teche E
-0' g ht in an eddy while c
s dy river Sunday after- v
-I daff upset and he was
seording to the police, ic
to the Algiers shore d
aboo rowing his skifft
when be was caughtc
eddy. The skiff wast
est sad upet.
wia, witnesses said.
Sefforts to swim
Was unable to make
a t the swirling cur- a
u v drawn under. His
w set held last Fri
be held on Tuesdays
$~-dsted this troop in
galoof the series, ss
at Per SeW. 1
wl be held for the
Sssts a this troop
t Mrs. Gibbs, 110
Th rasy. April 13,
mether is urged
id boys from the
ia Algiers, under
A estmsster C. A.
Nr the lks' home
Treep No. 33.
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SCHOOL BELLS RINGING
BELLEVIIA L NOTES.
Dr. Garland visited the school last
week and gave an interesting talk on
"Chickens" to the pupils of the
Seventh A Grade. These pupils ac
companied by Miss Loretta Shook.
visited Kolb's Farm on Gentilly Road
last week. They saw nests with many
eggs, and pens with a thousand
chicks in each. The children were
delighted to see the wonderful work
that is being done in the raising of
chickens. On the road to and from
the farm, the dew berries were en
joyed by the children.
One-half day Thursday and all day
Friday were holidays for the children
last week, but not for the teachers,
as they attended the State Convention
which met here. Messrs. Pittman and
. udd were among the prominent
Many plans are being made for the
school festival which will take place
May 3rd. Many parents have offered
their services. We are desirous of
making the festival both a financial
and social success.
Monday was enjoyed by the pupils
of the Seventh A Grade as "Baby
Day." All the little girls wore spring.
like aprons and bloomers, socks ana
dainty ribbons. In the afternoon they
were delightfully entertained by Mrs.
M. W. Geldert of Behrman avenue.
The teachers are co-operating in a
milk for health campaign that is be
ing counducted in the city April 17
22. Its purpose is to teach the import
ance of milk in the diet with a view
to improving the Bealth of the people.
During the week of April 17 the chil
dren will hear short talks and stories.
see appropriate moving pictures and
have the milk story put before themI
in other ways.
ADOLPH MEYMR im OOL.r
It has been brought to the notice 1
of the principsi that tickets, other
than those sent out by the school.
are being drealated in Algers. All
those sent out by the school have a
private school mark and are num-I
bered. A ticket not bearing the
school mark will positively not be 1
honored at the entrance, on the
evening of the danbe.
Son. Paul Habans, Assistant
Bupedntendent, wsa with us last
Thursday; visiting the Primary de
partments and Lnding everything
progressing very satisfaetorIy. As
he is especially interested In Arith
metle, he eondueted Rapid Arith
metie Drills in ieas of the depart
ments wtr gratittfying relts. es
was ad pleased with tio results
aeeqppltbhed in Primary Reading.
and stated that he would visit us
asaln in the near future.
Miss Nan Griffith from the Do
pertment of Physical Training vis
ted us last week. She was pleased
s with the work from the "New
Course" which she snpervised as en
celleht resuals had been obtained.
Mr. McArthWr from Normal
S chool was also with us last week;
Sand was sstisfled with the garden
work that had bien acmplished.
r The following childres hae been
pefoet n their weekly tests in
SelBd Arithmetle and Spellns:
et - I - SpdeUb
Eighth Grade A--Eise Trudeanu
Rhea Trudeau, Joseph Borne,
Charles Csrea, Pred ColletMt
Marleon Udgeasesn Lasurees utksn
" yi. Lreti Damlaunr.
eoenath Grade A-Joeph Bret
Orad e A-- en n astle,
aner Caell Coleman.
ii r ade B a-- Marie Castml.
5 P11k Grabd A-'It*m1a Arags
I Jlseph Baurg, Mike UlaIr Aelbh
*C Wbt GrauS 3-Norestine alIber,
mend WattgP. ClaYte m Brems
, mases Caro, Lelon Banad. La.
Stoy Uu 5I.'Jhn Tsunre.
S e Grade A-Mary Carmine,
e el n ndsl eMsse, Mals, Our
en umb m sle Marie
Umbart. Mmb h p sm Has-e*
The Still Small Voice
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ONE DOLLAR THEN
Rusakof Offers Opportunity To All Algerines
An Unusual Business Offer
Mr. H. .. Rusakof, the proprietor w
of the big Rusakof Furniture Store, b
located at 512 Frenchmen street, is tf
making an unprecedented offer to tc
the Algiers people during his "Sav
ing Tag Sale," which will continue of
for a few weeks more. 11
During this sale Mr. Rusakof says tl
to our people: "Seal me or bring T
me ONE DOLLAR only and I will t
put any of the 34 models of Grafo
nolas in yout home. The prices c
will range from $30.00 to $175.00, e
being a reduction of 20 to 100 per a
cent. You pay me the balance in o
convenient payments." d
"Decide now to buy an instrument
of quality, an instrument that will c
please and entertain every member a
of the family, an instrument you v
will be proud to possess, a instru- l
meat that will give years of complete e
"Tea ae it toearemt as. well I
to the young folks to secure a Grat
onola now while prices are redueed
and while our terms are so liberal.
"It you want to save au Agh as
$100:00 on a Columbia OGratoola, I
bring me the dollar and you shall(
have any of the 34 instruments that a
you may select at the reduced
. prices." I
Plannsta the furnishings of a new c
I home without a phonograph inaded t
in the prospectus would mean that I
t vital factor in one's pleasure and I
success would be overlooked. acord- a
lang to Mr. H. N. RusakoL
L "It is oly in the pest ten years
that manufacturers have emphasised c
streogly the home furaisher's ability
to choose a phonograph of a style
Stn hrsmoy with its surroundings,"
said Mr. Rusakor
Pror to 1910 nearly all efort was
devoted to perfecting the echanicala
S.Me of the graphophske, as it wasru t
then elesid. The early cyUnder hon- a
Sographs of the late '70 and
arAVa . garl a m' sa
WORI OAL O01 MI68,00
t inventory of the estate of the a
late Gantsy r. Gast, led4 in the
SCivII Distrlet Court for the purpose
I of puating his heirs in preeessin
shows a total valpatio of both com
mutty and separate property af
IUD' DY AWO.
The little three-yearod son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nerris Nolan o Valletto st..
w knocked down and painfully hurt
by an auto beluessgn to Mr. Wiuolve
te, last week. The acuent was di
dared uaveidale as the little tel
flow drtd out oa the street ist as
the auto ucames u. The aecideat
socerred in Pelican avenae near V.l
aTheaaes in hare of the Chil
Welare beeit disa as to thank Mr
HeartekS the Unles Ire Works,
Mater Daeld Msabene the mbesm
toeseV e Co., er thet uWe ae ar
wagon fbr two dys.
O Mouda? morsing tre damenat
aM sm3 e rood O a dweIlt owae$
I wMrs. Le u as 01 idrBn
Ave. and uessp s M14 Dwm ar's.
S tj-o the heas wa ha t
4a1 Drm~ ao .e was dasin
aN t act ,mm
were too unsightly and imperfect to
be considered more than novelties or 1
ºfads. About 1890 the first machine
º to use the disc record was perfected.
With the present century the Grat
onola emerged triumphant from the ]
little graphophbones. The acorn of
º the '80s budded into a great oak.
: The unsightly, visible horn ceased
to shout "rm a talking machine" to
one's guests. The quiet dignity,
I coupled with improved reproduction, l
earned for the Gratonola a place in
r many homes where the earlier phon
I ograph and graphophone were not
tGrafonolas were then made in the
I cabinet models of Oak, Mahogany
r and Walnut finishes, n a wide
t variety of sises. During the put
five years phonograph makers have
s employed the most skilled artists
obtainable to design Console and
. Periotd inos nts to satisfy the
most discrimtinatg home decorator.
I utiful models in the Queen
L Anne, Italian Gothic, Louis XV, HoIp
s pelwhite, Adam, William & Mary,
w Donatello, Italian Renaissance and
I Chippendale designs are the latest
t achievements of the Grafonola artits.
I But one must not assume that the
phonograph functions in the home
r chiefly as an ornament. It is made
d today to harmonise with beautifunl
i furnittre, but it As infinitely more.
d It is a Joy, education, pleasure, music
- and inspiration.
In Justice to other members o the
s family, the home builder .of today
d cannot afford to omit the Gratonola,
y which brings staingers and players
e from the pnds of the earth, from
plans for the new bungalow, apart
menut or sanslon. The modern
a phonograph is pleasing to the eye
di and satisfies through the ear.. It is
a the modern Alladin's lamp. Just
i- rub it and the vast array of world
a entertainers appear before you.
Mrs. T. K. Kennair entertained at
e a miscellaseus shower last Sunday
e afternoon i hooer of Miss Edwina
e Munts, whose marriage to Mr. James
, Tafts will be celebrated this month.
k. Mster Charles Moseler, dressed
t as a bunny, carried a large Easter
beaket filled with the gifts for the
honores. Corsage bouquets were
given as tarors.
r. hvuwa * r llo
Martin ebrman Tent No. 18, the
rt Maccabees will hold a special meet.
r- lg tonight at 8 o'clock at Pythian
s Hall. Deputy Supreme Commanders
I- Dgeshbarit and OeMer, *em the
Sseupreme Tgpt, Detroit, Mick will be
AYr uWo iws. A 6oo0
i PINiUN DE OLt biAs
5r CooeiCD FUR DE Boss
6 T*-PAY --- NB USep
f UP Fo' NAPKINS:
Lutheran Church A
Corner Olivier and Elis Streets, o1
W. H. lHafer, Pastes.
488 OUiver St. Phone Aliers, s$O &
Holy Communion will be celebrated CJ
tonight, tomorrow night an4 Easter i
morning. Confessional services be
gin a quarter of an hour before the
regular time of services. All mem- I
bert who wish to commune must first a
announce themselves to the pastor. t(
A special door collection will be
taken Thursday, tonight, for our own g
Building Fund. We have $491.00 in A
that treasury at present. Let us all
do our share to help this treaury.
We all realize that we need a hall
very badly therefore let us all join
efforts in supporting the Building
The special collections on Good Fri.
day night and Easter morning will be
given for Synodical Treasuries. Now,
dear members, do not think in your
heart that we are having too many
collections. If you will but stop to
think what Christ did for you during r
this Holy Week, you will necessaurily
feel ashamed ever to have given room s
for such a thought. a
Miss Irma Reagan will sing a solo j
In the service on G6od Friday and c
,er choir will reader a selectia on a
Easter morning. Regular Sunday
school session on Easter morning at a
the usual time. In the afternoon at 2 '
o'lock the Sunday School will have
its annual Easter egg hunt on the A
church lawn. The children should
bring their Easter envelopes in by A
Sunday afternoon to be in the con
test. The prise is not a book as
was announced Sunday, but a ple
ture undbr glass of "Christ Blessing a
Do not forget your special Easter
envelope. If you have not received
yours ask for it.
Dt us all t Join in elebrating the re
surrection of out Lord on Easter
morning. enember. "It Christ be I
not risen, ye are yet in your sins, your I
i faith is in vain". But now is Christ 4
risen from the dead and through him
we have the certain hope of a reasrrec
tion unto life everlasting. Come then
Iand praise the Lord.
Tonight a special sermon will be de,
livered on the Lord's Supper, or Holy
Communion. The pastor would urge
all those who are communicant meme
hers and wish to commune during
these days to make it a point to be
present tonight to hear this special
Ssermon. A special nvitati is also
extended to all those who are net
Scommunicant members, but coatem
Splate becoming such members, or to
those who are interested to know more
I about the doctrines of Holy rit in rer
r gard to the lad's supper. If you
want to know the Lutheran doctrine
on the Lord's Supper which is found
ed on God's Word apd not on the
theory or philosophy of men, coae 1
and attend this servics. Everybody is
Meth odist Church Notes
eas gender, Fho A%. 18f.
Last 8unday we had our usul s r
vices, both morning san eveningl
sand at 4 o'blok -the Mpwarth
Leaguers went to the Denner home
to bold services. We usd good music
at both services, although the remks
of both the Men's Choir and Mispab
ChaLr were not as full as usual.
Some were sick smoe wre away
from home, and some had other ea
esee. We more premise mseal ad
.itms to the chir. Mrs. Owell,
who bes beeae er m tim, vi
w be with e s. Mr er r Kr i siek
at h be ems, 55I OUlv, ad wll not
be et Mr several mdas. Ie ad
Mr. Ierr are both mosed. We waut
these uad ether to seon h Iaek in
The ?r r has eberved nl.
wok by Bslowng the atob's attre
trs dering tht week In the taI l
stnd by mlntsala the tme haMet,
""11. Last Week."
Ladat It sO ev. w. E. O mss
Wein inbse ele a phe eM I
..aa ..s he as seen nn
Personal Mention A
And General News
SHORT ITEMS CONCERNING
WEST SIDE PEOPLE. sis
Miss Frances Calabrisse enter- hoi
tained at a crab supper Sunday
night. A number of guests were
present and a good time was enjoyed in
by all. pr
The Friday Night Euchre Club foi
met at the home of Mrs. J. Owens. tw
The successful players were: Mrs. ke
Fallo. Miss Neff and Mrs. D. Mur
tagh. Mrs. F. Yuratich received the gi
consolation. The next meeting will
be at the home of Miss H. Acker. ml
Mrs. Babin and two children. I'ra Bi
and Wesley. will leave today for La
fayette to spend a few days. PI
All members who are to help Miss
Emma George. Saturday (Tag Day).
'i!l please meet her at the ferry at o
On April 19 the usual spring fes- b
tival will be held at McDonogh No. at
4 School. A good time is assured all.
Mrs. Davis was a recent visitor
- to her sister, Mrs. A. C. King. n
Pat Hymel and M. Stauve were
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen of Belleville street.
N. E. Parmentel has been appointed a
i, one of the lieutenants in the nation- d
wide campaign of the American Le- di
Sgion to interview every ex-service di
man in the country. A houseto-house a
d canvas of every city block will be
r made by legion workers and every w
. veteran Will be interviewed.
e Mrs. P. Waiters, who has been visit- a
. ing her daughter, Mrs. L. W. Brous- in
4 sard, 429 Slidell avenue, has returned 1l
to her home in Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. C. B. Gilder and children have 1i
gone to visit her mother In Cuba, li
(Continued on Page 3.)
l JUVENILE GROVE I NSTI ED to
I Orange Grove No. 9, Woodmen d
Circle, held its regular meeting last
Thursday, April 6, at the Pythian
HaIL The Juvenile Grove No. 4,
r auxiliary to Orange Grove, was in
Sstituted by Supreme Manager Elmire
a D. Vaeth, with her two supreme rep
g resentatives, Mary Gahagan and
J Amelii Smith,' assisting. Twenty
m seven little members were initiated
and many more are calling for ap
lo plications. Many of the grand offi
cers were present from the city.
in Among them were Grand OGM dlan
7 Rachel Peytral, Grand Clerk Mar
3 garet Flair, Grand Managers Mrs. J
2 Belle Burke and Mrs. A. Wheelahan,
re Grand Assistant Attendant Mrs. t
te Amelia Scherer, and Grand Outer
id Sentinel Mrs. Clara Montgomery.
7 All grand officers assisted in the
initatory work. The hal was filled
with visitors and members. Officers
of Juvenile Grove No. 4 were initiat
ed and installed. Those elected
were: Edith Gerrets, guardian;
A Vivian 8mith. clerk; Florls Wright, l1
advisor; Elmer Jordan, past guar
s dian; Thelma Blakeman, banker;
ar Agatha Hausknecht, chaplain; Lillie
le Bergan, outer sentinel; Lillian Chest
ar her, attendant; Alice Hibben, assist
t eat attendant; Francis Labit and
S Icee cream and cakes were served
and all had a nice time. Next meet
mag will be on May 4 at 7 o'clock at
the Pythian Hall for Juvenile Grove
l Many hittle members from No 1
Juvenile Grove were vsitors. The
sweet little guardian, little Miss Col
Sl!nas, save all the secret work and
16 grips to Juvenile No. 4.
- Flag-bearer. carried the American
g flag very nobly. They were Masters
- Ernest Lange and Joseph Hughes.
to Supreme Manager Vaeth appoint
re ed Mrs. Amelia Smith as superlrsor I
- of the Algiers side for the Juveniles.
as LIDERT'Y SOCIAL CWD.
The Liberty Social Club wPil en
tertanla at a dance SuBanday night at
the Avenue Sk1ating Rink. The ustual I
sood time wil be had. .
E Tre te Nm lmnki h abit Bm
i. tR as a uw,
Yar- d with the
record ever ecb
nsbed by ters.
esh, it was per.
dicted t would be
eany days before
a horse would br
bred to Iowr
Last season as
anold reurd ad
bred. e o
t vt s l w i'
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TLII )Il1 ldri
AGENTS FIND BIG
STILL IN OPERATION
On Tuesday, prohibition agents, as
sisted by Capt. Jas. Dimitry of the
local police station made a raid at the
home of Frank Suardurra. 1039 Belle
ville street and found a 20 gallon still
in full operation. A search of the
premises wa- made and the offleers
found eight 50 gailon kegs of mash;
two 10-gallon kegs of moonshine whis
key. on', 10-gallon keg of moonsnire
gin and fifty gallons of wine.
Sc ird,rra nd his wife w i' be sum
moned to appear before Commissioner
PICKPOCKET IN GRETNA CAB.L
On Saturday afternoon about 2:40
o'clock Henry Burmaster of .McDon
oghville had his pocket picked while
boarding a Gretna car at the Canal
street ferry landing.
Burmaster did not miss his wallet
r until he had gone several blocks on
thle car. Feeling in his pocket for,
e the wallet, he missed it, and then
remembered that a negro had rubbed
Sagainst him while he was entering
the car. He walked back to the con
ductor and learned that the negro he
described had left the car at Alix "
e street. The negro is described as
e .having dark-brown skin, clean shaven,
wore a black coat, black alpine hat,
white shirt with turn-down collar,
and about 35 years of age, 5 feet 8
I Inches in height, and weighing about
d 170 pounds.
Btrmaster, in company with 1~
e licemen, searched the neighborhood
.lin which he was last seen, as well
as the river front, but no trace of
the negro could be found.
The wallet, which was ,in Burmas
. ter's right hip pocket, contained two
five-dollar bills and fourteen one
n dollar bills.
a NIGHT SCHOOIB CLABU.
s All night schools closed the year's
e work Wednesday night.
The total enrollment during the
winter in the ten white elementary,
I four colored elementary, the Nicholls
training, Easton High and two
schools for foreigners, all night
schools, was about 6,000, Mr. Owlan
All day public schools will close
June 9, completing 36 regular school
weeks. During the current week
two full holidays will be observed,
ar Holy Thursday and Good Friday.
GET HOIM B CAGE& .
In the annual distribution of the
Holmes' Birthday cakes, last Satur
day, two Algiers children were among
those whose names were drawn for
cakes. They ~were Leonide 8uther
land, 819 Pactific avenue and Meanette
Carven, 311 Olivier street.
,t. Born to Mr. and Mrs. rateis M.
or Herr, Jr., 187 Slidell avenue, a girl.
s. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reach,
!1000 Newton, a boy
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph IL
Sprway, 145 Dielarende street, a girl.
SBorn to Mr and Mr.. Wa. . Say
l leg, (nee Belle Flynn) of 22 Verret
street, a boy