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Church Notices I
FEmt rAICY oNUOXH or
Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. m.
Preaching-Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30
13. Y. P. U.. Junior and Senior-Sun
day evening 6:30 at K. of 1'. Hall.
Prayer Meeting-Wednesday 7 15 p.
m., at Pastors home, 230 \'errct St.
CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAML OF
Verret and Alix Sts.
Rev. M. A. Cotter, Parish Priest; Rev.
J. Guinan, Rev. E. P. McGrath and Rev.
H. Hayes. aslsitants.
Phone. Algiers 678.
Week Days- -Masses, 6 6:30 and 7.
Sunday--6. :30. 7:30, 9 and IL
Rev. C. C. Wier. pas:or; reh.idtn e. 23.
OUvier St. Phone Algiers 13s.
Sunday School- 9:30.
Sunday- 11 a. m. hld 7:30 ip m
Wednesday Prayer M1eetingli -7. p. ll.
MT. OLIVET EP'i'OI'.L ('H HllH.
Pellen Ave,. an.d )lavi.r it
S. L. Vail. 'ihone Jackson l1l1 and : ;.
Slt\' It' l,
Sunday i a. Ill. C(in' tunio.li..
Sunday School :t:45 a tu .
Bervices Sunda)--7 :30 p. i.., evenlui
prayer and serlatun.
TRIINITY EVAN;EIICAIl. LLTHEKAN
Corner Olivier and Eliza:n ta.
Rev. W. II. llIInhr. I:.- . 4:t5 olivli.r St
Pionne Al.-,r, 240.
Sunday- R-30 a. in
Sunday Schnol--9.30 a. m.
Thursday--730 . inm.
Flat Church of Christ Scientlst. s hbranr
at the Mother Church i. Roston. Edifle
Nashville Avenue and Garfileld street. Suo
day senrvees at 11 a. m.
nunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Wedonesdna evening service at S p. m.
AI.L S SINT CHURCH.
Tehle Street. I
Rev. Jnmes R. Alhert. SS. J. Pastor
Masnses Sunday and Holy Tfays. 0:00 and
"90. Sunday School after 9-00 mass
Baptisms. Sunday, 4 p. m. Sunday nirht a
Service. 7:30 p. m. Itoly Hour Thursday.
7-8 p. m. We-ek Day MaSl. 6:30 a. In.
Confessions, Saturday, afternoon and I
Mount Olivet Church k
Pelican Ave. at Olivier St. h
Rev. 8. L. Vail, Acting Priest,
in Charge. tl
Phones: Office, Jackson 1215;
The Confirmantion Class is increas- ,
ing in numbers and before long we
will have quite a large class ready for u
the new Rector to "catechize" and V
present to the Bishop for that sacra
mental rite. The date of the Bishop's
appointment here has as yet not been
received . On Sunday evening the Al
Sermon-Topic was "The Law of Or
derly Development." The speaker
plead for a better organization, a Li
greater church, and a broader sphere
of influence and usefulness. dr
Ascension-tide at t. Olivet. l
Ascension Day, 7:30 a. m., Holy
Communion.( Rev. S. L. Vail, will of- S
Sunday after Ascension Day, 7:30
a. m., Holy Communion; 9:45 a. m., Be
Church School; 11 a. m., Morning
Prayer and Sermon; 7:30 p. m., Even- wi
ing Prayer and Sermon. ci
The Rev. Nicholas Righter, (rector- An
elect), of the Dioces of Arkansas, will an
officiate at the Sunday services. E
While in New Orleans, the Rev. and grd
Mrs. Rightor will be the guests of Mr. Tb
and Mrs. A. J. Amuedo of Pelican ave. co
11 a. m. Musical Program: Proc. GI
"Golden Harps Are Sounding," Sul
livan; Te Deum, Lloyd; Jubilate, Pal
frey; "Our Lord is Risen From the G.
Dead." Hatton; Offertory, "Just As I Pa
Am." Wihaton; Roe. "All Hail the an
Power of Jesus Name," Holden.
Por the Evening Service, standard Ch
Hymns of the season have been chosen Jet
in the interest of congregational sing- soi
ing. A good choir is most desirable
at all times but it can never take the
place of C aregation sanging. All of
as ought to "81ig Unto God with the
Voie of Melody."
Doa't-let Asceesion-tlde go by with
out attending ome or more of the
Appropriate Music. Churchly Ser- p
vices. Everybody welcome.
Lut Saturday's plenle was in every
anase a great and grand success. The Lo,
diferent races were run and those So
finishing first, seeond and third re
eeived appropriate souvenirs. de
Lutheran Church ES
Css Olivies' sa Ell gSeta NeO
W. R. EaeIr, Pastes81
To-night we shall observe the fes- Mar
tihl of Asceusions with a special Will
service. Everybody is heartily wel
This coming Sunday our catechu.C
ens will be examined and confirmed. War
e class numbers 17 and Is com- l
-e of a the following children: I
'lrederick Hambacher, William Kask,.
Harold Richards, Emile Hantel Louis
a m imnet WattiUgany, Violet Jor Hilli
dan, Mabel Manaing, Edith Hilde- o
brand, Dorothy Barichivich, Berniece n
aMen, Clara lsinger, Agnes Beh. M
let, Tillie Crawtord. Marguerite o
Rers, Mildred Beagert, and Edan ba
The Sunday School session will be Ama
dropped on this coming Sunday. I
Service will begin promptly at Mati
On Penteeot Sunday the newly Pabi
eotflrmed will receive their first TI
Cammunion. Conteslsional service Leon
kbgasins at 8:15. On this morning the Wilb
estirmands will attend Communion lan,
firat ad them all those who wish Men
to commaune. Holy Communion will Habl
also be distributed on the Thursday Bleb
night eqsdhn Peatedet Sunday. ec
Announcements tr Communalon may Ada
be made toanght or Sunday morn-.Bress
:u after the service. The pastor Esaai
begs once me not .to postpone an- GObs,
anceamnt until the hst minute. Ia,
If say member a ¶nt y has tfale dtl
to rceive the Meassaoger
,h.-r please .otif. the pee-er. Ye a ,.,
am e the mal~ug Me set- tai I
Methodist Chtarch Notes
or Rev. C .C. Wier. Pastor. Resideace
2 Olivier, Phone Alg, 18.
Last Sunday at the morning hour.
sun- the Sunday School had full charge
:15 p" and had nice services. At night. Mr.
Black conducted the services and
preached a splendid sermon.
Prof. Bodemuller's organ recital at
Rev the Church last Wednesday night
was well attended and every one en
joyed so nice a programme of good
1 music, and we all appreciate his visit
to its. There were many strangers
present and during the whole evening
there was thli hbest of attention paid.
TLast Sunday the Pastor was in
e, 2 WirVatre. Texas. by invitation of the
Pastor. the Rev. I. T. Andrews. to
open andt dledicate t he new Methodis.
p Chur ch that has just been completed
i in that place.
Service is next Sunday at 11 a. mi..
and 75 p. in. At the mnorniiig hour.
there will he an item of unusual in
lu r ifrest in the. matter oif the Pastor's
ace lptiing a pair of hbeautiful silver
N va.ses and mnarble lpe'de-<t:uls comnpli
uIm-ntarvy toa the memory of lMrs. Mary
r St l-van. fron liher family.
Let Iis hiave' usual large ollngrega
Church of the Holy
Name of Mary
To-day is the feast of the As.acension
of (t)nr Lord into Ileaven. It is a
holy day of obligation. Last Mass
tOnd will ie at It 9 o'lock.
iass All are invited to take part in our
I ht annual pienic to-day at City Park.
a. Sptcial cars leave the Canal Street
and Ferry landing at 9:1,o a. im.. and will
return from City Park at 7:00 p. m.
Everybody needs an outing of this
SIkind once in a while to keep young
and in good health, so lock up the
house for today and join in the jolly
good time in a beautiful park with
the rest of your friends.
The May Procession
The procession will move from
the convent and K. C. Home along
the following route. Down Alix to
'as'Seguin. down Seguin to Opelousas.
we Iup Opelousas to the altar at El
mnd mira., down Opelousas to Verret, up
ra- Verret to the Church. The order of
's the procession will be as follows: d
en 1. Cross Bearer and Acolytes, a
"he American flag and Boy Scouts.
ir- 2. Altar Boys.
cer 3. Holy Angels Banner, Frances o*
a Labit and her court. Holy Angels. o
wre 4. Children of Mary Banner. Chil- at
dren of Mary Solemn Communion pi
et. girls, Young Ladies Sodality. t
5. League of the Sacred Heart th
Banner, Ladies of the Parish. a
"ly 6. Holy Name Banner, Holy Name In
of- Society, Knights of Columbus, and k
men of the parish. Ic
30 7. St. Joseph's Banner. St. Joseph as
"', Boys and Solemn Communion boys. at
g The booths at the Fair this year U
i* will be operated by the Altar 8o
cletn The Catholic Daighters of -
)r- America, the St. Margaret Daughters.
1I and the Holy Name of Mary School.
Each one of the units reports pro
ad greas being made from day to day.
Ir. These noble workers deserve all the rol
. co-operation you can give them. Tr
c. Give witA a smile.
>l- Baptisms Ti
rl- Mercedes Rita. daughter of Albert No
he G. Boulas and Florence Oser. of 912 Cl
I Pacific avenue. 8ponsors: Wm. A. Ha
he and Lillian Redmond.
Mary Irene Alma, daughter of Jol
rd Clairfait Gebhardt and Agnes Le- Ha
in Jeune, of 522 Webster street. Spon
7. sors: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tulller. hot
oSCHOOL BELLS ENGING
I ADOLPH MEYER SCHOOL. Ma
In the usual weekly tests in a
rSpelling and rapid Arithmetic, the a
following pupils were perfect: 8d
7 Eighth Grade A-Loreants Bellinger, Ad
' Lorena Landry, Rhea Trndean, Elmo s
' Scott, Charles Corona, Anthony Pit.
e- tarn, Marion Edgecombe, Elise Tra
deau, Fred Collette, Laurence 8ten.
ger, Joseph Borne. ma
Eighth Grade B--Joseph Costello,
Elisabeth Corlis, Arthur Hotard.
Seventh Grade B-Myrl Brechtel,
Eleanor Steel, Eassie Clement, Mary
,Nepveux, Thelma Sutherland. O
81xth grade A-Ben Cantln, Ethel dre
SHodgson, Angellne Chagnard. o i
Sixth Grade B-William Hynes, claa
Marie Cantin, Mildred Campbell, Leo with
Willie. Ethel Maronge. teac
Fifth Grade A-Adolph Hotard, tha
Emile Trndeau, Thelma Arsago, Leroy Dele
Cooper, Dorothy Bayllas, Lydia Camp. Gll
bell, Henrletta Baer, Nora Hnlagle, und
Warren Carragan. Ba
Fifth Grade B--Aaron Edgecombe, -
.Iris Coleman, Lauelen Esnard. Dixie
Edgecombe, William Hlabihorst,
Hlllery Mallhos, John Tierney, Clay.
Fourth Grade A-Mary Caruso,
Mamle Trahan, Ellse Lausere, Althea
Moffet, Henrietta Grnndmeyer. 04
SFourth Grade B--Sidney Mal- E
Third Grade A-NIel Maronge,
Amanda Hebert, Plorence Eddy,
Itretta Tlernef, Isabel Hebert,
Mathilda Richards. Aldeas Rogers,
Ellen Sutherland, Victor Pries, Laura
Third Grade B-.-Melba Campbell,
Leona M. Hammond, Loluise Pujolt.,
Wilbert Edgecombe, William Whe
lan. Maggle Malborough, Anna M.
Menetree, Berida Corona, Valera
H·abighorst, Edith Carrogan, 81dney
Bleber, Leah Sallng.
Second Orade-Mifldred Hughes,
Ada Fonseca, Myrtis Aichee, Esther
Breaux, Mildred Baudesn, Antolnette
Esanard, Martha Edgeeombe, Pauline
Oab, Opal Coleman, Bertha M.Col
Ins, Juanlta Shores, Loele 8erpes,
Judith Plalsauce, Adam Lauman.
Slensth Grad A-Jm gh Bbr -
lewaeth GImb a..myu. keghteL
TWO INFORMAL FROCKS
FOR AFTERNOON WEAR
>the N SPITE of the slim silhouette-or
jolly I because of its success and popular
with ity-frocks for afternoon wear are
addicted to panels, draperies, plait
Ings and other embellishments that res
from cue them from a too meager simplicity.
along Or, if they have none of these, they
x to may look to sleeves for help. The sea
usas son puts such emphasis on sleeves.
El- presents them in so many styles and
goes to such extremes in their decora
Sup tion, that they may well assume all the
?r of esponsibility of providing the only
w: decorative features in even an impor
ytes, tant model.
In the two dresses for informal af
ternoon wear, shown above, the use
nces of georgette sleeves in frocks of crepe
els. or satin, with a happy choice of trim
Chil- ming, has resulted in practical and
nion pretty models that are not too simple
to be Interesting. The slip-over stile
eart that was such a success in late sum
mer has been carried over and appears
ame In the straight chemise dress, at the
and left. It has wide sleeves of georgette,
fnished with rows of figured ribbon,
meph and the same ribbon appears in rows
ays. about the dies, below the waistline. A
rear arrow belt, made of satin like the
o. de, is an important detall, with its
fool. Sixth Grade A-Angeline Chagnard,
day. Fifth Grade A-Adolph Hotard, Le
the roy Cooper, Lydia Campbell, Emile b
Fifth Grade B--Floyd Guillot, John
Tierney, Luclen Esnard, Iris Coleman, t
bert Norestine Bieber, DIxie Edgecombe,
912 Clayton Baudean, Hillery Mailhos, a
A. Harold Ernst. r
Fourth Grade A-Lloyd Collette,
of John Heurtin, Doris Campbell, John
Le- Hammond, Althea Mofnet. 0
pon- Fourth Grade B-Muriel Galling A
house, Marie Hebert, Marguerite b
Robichaux, Bernard LaCoste, Allan
Third Grade A-Florence Eddy, b
Isabel Hebert, Aldea Rogers, Loretta si
Tierney, Niel Maronge, David Gebs. a
Third Grade B- Melba Campbell,
In Leona Hammond, Gertrude Fianna.
the gan, James Hints. William Whelan,
Sidney Bleber, Leah Saling.
Second Grade-Mildred Hughes, w
er, Ada Fonseca, Myrtis Aschee, Esther 11
mo Breaux, Mildred Baudean, Antoinette ti
Esnard, Judith Plaisance, Martha m
-a Edgecombe, Pauline Gebs, Opal Cole- ht
man, Bertha Collins, Juanita Shores, pl
l Louise Serpas, Adam Lauman. It
tel MDONOGH NO. 4. Ni
On Monday the First Grade chil
hel dren were made- happy by several he
of the boys of the Manual Training wI
class, who presented the First Grade m4
0o with a lovely reading table. The the
teacher and children extend special w
rd, thanks to Faler Armitage, Preston su
oy Delcasel, John Hunter, and Allen tog
lp Guillot who constructed the table pa
le, under the able supervision of Prof.
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-or buckle and eyelets. The model a5* I
ilar- pictured is black and white, but there his
are are many color com;,inations in which ter
It would he effective. ent
The dress at the right is also a die
hey straight-line model, with its front pan
sea- el lengthened into points that fall be- Re
ves, low the hem line at the sides. Its ov
and short sleeves are lengthened by long, qui
rra- full undersleeves of georgette that are
the gathered into a cuff. Either of these new
nly dresses might be made of other ma- ent
?or- terials than satin or crepe-as soft t
wool or dress velvet. Color combi
af- nations that are fashionable include
use blue in strong tones with black, gray dec
epe with black, brown with flame or henna, chu
im- green and black, and always black and ard
md white. The livelier colors are used for T
pie facings and introduced in girdles: a par
ale dark blue may have a girdle lined with Job
Im- red, or a black be relieved by one made the
rn of clusters of velvet cherries in their scr
the own vivid color. Doy
we to I
its umalamge v_ - "Ch
rd, McDONOGH No. 5
ide. McDonogh No. 5 School is very TuA
lIe happy over winning the second prize
for school yard and garden. The He
hn judges declared it to have the best be
q kept and most attractive yard, with TI
be the best arrangement of flower beds in o
and borders. Only the greater va- K.
rlety of flowers raised by the Ben- war
te, Jamin School won it first place. Our elect
ha school sent in a creditable exhibit K.
of flowers and bird houses to the a hi
Annual Garden Show last Friday.
1 On Saturday, May 27, there will
It be given the big entertainment and n
an festival of the year on the school rick
grounds. An elaborate program is
ly, being prepared and the children are Im
tta sure that a large crowd of relatives ad
M* and friends will be present to en- NOI
la- BELLEVILLE NOTES. TW
The children are being supplied
,s, with wholesome milk. It is gratify- Th
or ing to see the strength and weight at tl
te that is gained in many cases. The usua
u milk is brought to the School after rent
e- having been pasturized and is part
a, packed in ice so in these warm days alar
it will be cool and refreshing. tuck)
The Eigthth Grade will visit both Mory
Nichols Training School and High horse
School before the session is ov¶r. of th
The Kindergarten picnic which was hund
l held on last Thursday at City Park show
g was a decided success. All spent a
Smost enjoyable day. A number of Thi
the members of the Mothers Club love
Swere along helping to further its Thea
success. A large truck was provided of th
for the children as well as the
e parents which conveyed them to ane
from the Park.
The children are looking forward On
to their farewell party which will be utive
- held on Wednesday morning, June No 1,
the 7th. dine
H. N. G. C. THEATRE. guest
Friday, May 26.-"Desperate Trails" a she
Harry Carey. "With Stanley In Aft- and 1
rica," George Walsh. "Hearts and Grand
Flour," Comedy. town,
Saturday, May ,27.-Beneflt show the ft
given by the Altar Society. officia
Sunday, May 28.-"Gypesy Passion" J. Mu
Adapted from Jean Richepin's famous Sullivi
novel "Miarka, The Child of the Fred 1
Bear." "Somewhere In Any Place"
Big V Comedy. International News.
Tuesday. May 30.-"Actfon" Hoot
Gibeon, "Wfnners of the West" Art AUTO
Acord. "A Movie MixuD", Comedy. Seat
Mrs. Caroline Bernard nee Davis, SiB Jo
prominent in 'colored societies died
Priday at the age of flfty-eight years.
Deceased was a native of Mexico,
but had resided here for twenty-five
years. She was a member of the
Guidiln Star Tab No. 14, G. 0. B.,
of the Settle Ladies Progressive
Benevolent Amesoation and of the
colored Red Croes. The funeral took
place on Sunday at 2 o'clock .trem COI
hr iste rosdemee 1218 hrooklyn
Avemus. Inteimet was I Me
SMORRISON - On Wednesday at
2:50 o'clock p. m., James W. Mor-I
rison, husband of Margaret Kelly,
died after an illness of several years.
Deceased was a well known con
ductor on the T. & P. railroad, where
he worked for many years. lHe was
a member of Crescent Division No.
101S. (. R. C.; of the Elks., and of
the W'. 0. W. The funeral took place
Thursday morning at 9:45 o'c.lock
U from his late residelnce,. 217 Dela
rotnde street. A Requiem Malss was
suing at the 'hurch of thi'e Holy Name
of Mary. Interment was in St. Mary's
KENNY - On Sunday at 12:55
oi'lock a. n.. Margar,.t Shi.l s. wife'
of the late ;George Kenny. lied at
' the' age of sixty-nine, yars. D1)
cc(;ae was born in Live.rpool. Eng'..
but had residld here for the past
fifty years. The funeral too,k place
MoInday at 4 oc,'ilock fromii her lite
re.sidence,. 717 I)' Arnias sir.ct. In
tetrment was in McIonoiicigh ('ome
tI t':"'lIANt'IUiT -On Tuesdaly t
:4, 'elocl k p. in...lust lethlianiniert.
hiushind of the late Widlow A. ('lemnient
died. lie was a native if St. John't
thei Itlaptist Parish. but had resided
here for many years. The funeral
tooik place Wednesday evenine at 4
o'calk from the residence of his seon
in-la w. Jnoi. E. Collins. ,;i5 Elmira
avenue. Interment was in St. Mlary's
REV. WIER DEDICATES
CHURCH IN TEXAS..
Rev. C. C. Wier of the local Meth
odist Church delivered the dedicatory
sermon ut the services held in Wier
gate. '1x.. when the new church
there was dedicated last Sunday.
as Rev. Wiier who chose the clergy for
ee.r his life's work while his brothers en
lich tered business and professional life.
entered the hearts of his large au
a dienc. in his all too brief sermon the
an- text of which he selected from the
fifteenth chapter of First Corinthians.
Its Rev. Wier's message was inspiring.
oratorical, but of that sort which re
ng, quires little fluctuating of the voice.
are He pleaded for orthodoxism in the
,e new church, declaring that the pres
na- ent day has to many "lsms."
Talking upon the appearance of
l- the resurrected Christ, Rev. Wier
de declared that he wanted the new
y church to begin with a high stand
ad ard of Christian faith.
oor The New Orleans pastor com
a pared the picture of Heaven which
lt John, the disciple, drew while on
de the Isle of Patmos, with the de
scription of Heaven. which Sir Conan
Doyle has brought to America, de
claring that he preferred the Amer
ican Indian's idea of the hereafter
to that of Doyle's.
"Philosophy and history will not
console you," declared Rev. Wler,
A miscellaneous shower was given
Tuesday evening at the home of Miss
Imogene Barrett, in honor of Miss
Helena Ehlers whose marriage will
h be celebrated shortly.
The house was prettily decorated
in orange and black, the colors of the
ra- K. and K. Club, and the refreshments
m- were in the same colors. The bride
ur elect received many pretty gifts. The
b K. and K. Club presented her with
he a handsome buffet set of Newcomb
ill Those present were Misses Lois
Gravols, Zelda Huckins, Amy Hin
ricks, Lucille Cherbonnier, Sarah
SDavis, Helena Ehlers. Cora Shields.
Imogen Barrett, Roberta Hafkesbring,
and Carlotta Kraft.
n- NOT ON FIRST PAGE.
TWO BISG SPECIALS AT
FOLLY THIS WEEK.
y- The Fox News which will be shown
at t the Folly to-night will contain as
u sual all of the big events of cur
r rent date. However, there is one
is part of the reel that will be of partic.
u lar interest. It is that of the Ken
tucky Derby in which Morvich wins.
h Morvich Is the world's greatest race
h horse and is the unbeaten champion
of the turt. There will be over four
hundred feet of this wonderful race
a Over The Hills.
S This great heart story of mother
b love will be shown at the Polly
STheatre Friday and Saturday nights
Sof this week.
d On Wednesday, May 17, the exec
* utive committee of Calipher Lodge
s No 1, B. B. B., entertained at a stag
dinner. Mr. James J. Murphy, wgo
is shortly to become a benedict, was
guest of honor. Mr. Murphy made
a short talk thanklng the member -
and bidding them a tfond farewell.
I Grand Master Kellar, who is' out of
town, telegraphed best wishes 'to
the future groom. J. V. Kramme
ofaficiated. Those present were: J.
J. Murphy, J. V. Kramme~, Dr. . P.
8ullivan, . Shroth, C Newerry, Jr.,
Fred Umbach and J. V. Porrest.
LOIISIAA ATS TSP SOP
AUTO TOPS AND CURTAINS
MADE TO ORDER
Seat Covers, Cmushions, Upholstery
And Relpairing of all Kinds
J. P. DESMOND, Proprietor
815 Julia St. Phone Main 4813
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Pheme Algiers US
Repair A Speelaity
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Na. t Su mm.r, t. Algir, L,.
FUN AT WINTER CARNIVAL
Dog teams, ski jumping and snow
shoe relay races were features of the
winter carnival held in Portland,
MJe., recently, in which the Y. W.
C. A. participat.d. The snow shoe
dash, the ski jumping arid jorilig
races, and other ci'Ntests, including
ice racing hbhind horses, . re irn
nIvnselv piopular. Exihiitiou ikat
ing anld hckey games were also
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