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CLOSING EXERCISES
ROLL OF HONOR
Mledley, Southern Songs-Setventh
and Eighth (;rades.
A Troubled Witness---Fulton C'or
bett. Edgar ('a:ard, William K. k:ne1y
Edmund Hllfhlrt.
Song. Hioideibcrg-- Ffth (:radle B.
Wh,'re T!-re's a Wil!. Thert- s a
\ . Ja::u-s lofff'ct.
\ io;: ,i-le(tion. Isg if.tArnour-John
:., r rate and Edile v S , hro'ttn.
Tf:.- lan of the Iloat- -t harles Bur
I.,i a', Six ht Gra, ..
\, arnl 'rar Frio-nds --Hi hard %la-!
t.,.r, A \r* . Wr!'y, Albert Ward and
i rt 'rv l .i f1 t r .
r:it'hI r t; ra-'1-'.
tra ,,p a.t l ,I \ t Verrrnon Iarand.
\;i1 'r tit l-'st Joseph Itosamr ano.
11 r-:, ii:".;,ihrey, IlHo al A!nu(edo.
SWh::. Tlh Mel low lorn--Fifth
irardo A.
It ('an t Be Done -Iudolph Frenzel.
Sor.r. tIlirrah Fur the Flag!-Fifth I
Grade It.
Th' Is-,t. Whr\: and Blue--Georgt
Thornin!.
I'nt le arn's Trip--Pulton ('orlbett.
I ,aw-. '1'itorning. Ia riael K nowle-.
\Magnus Ilarl,,.r, Edgar ('alard, \Vil
liam Tu u. Waltr W\ells, Strouby
Iirurin, Milton Nelson, Edmund Ile
;,.rt. Itlert hK -nned , W\ir. Kennedy.
ThI. To'rtador Song-Sixth Grade. t
1R-laimrr",ld rothers John Stassi.
\\illiam El-ast wood, Warren ('alhoun. 0
Srnu. 0 Fair Iov-' O Fond Dove'
S.- enth a nd Eighth Grail's.
Thei Good Old Year--ltobtrt Kenne
dy, l"Fulton ('orbett, iew-,',y Thorning,
William Tufts, Magnus Harper, VWil
liam Kennedy, Milton Nelson, Daniel
Knowles, Streuby 1irumrn. Edgar Cay
ard. Edrund Ichbert, Ilarrey McNeely,
Bernard Rice.
The Mountebank's Song - Fifth
Grade A.
All Study or All Play- Harvey Mc
Neely, Bernard Hice, Joseph IRumore.
Vacation Song -Streuby IDrumm.
Violin selection. Good-Bye Boys-
John Beninate and Edgley Schroth. S
Farewell to the ('lass of 1914-Ver- .
non I)urand.
Song, Fall In-Seventh and Eighth
Grades.
PRIMARY GRADE EXERCISES, FRI-.L
DAY, JUNE 12, 1914.
Song, "America"-First, Second and n
Third Grades. n
"Welcome"-Hart Schwarzenba<h. \'
"Patience"-James Carter.
"Trip Lightly Over Trouble"-Ethel
bert Legarde.
"The Little Patriot"-Delmar Pitre. G
Song, "Tommy's Army" - Fourth L
Grade.
"A Good Play"-Rene Comeaux.
"A Boy in the House"-Milton Ack
er.
"Keep Thy Tongue from Evil"-Ed. D
ward Laughlin. ei
'For My Country"-Marion Ryan. w
Song, "Left! Left!"--First and Sec
ond Grades.
"The Best Day"-Malcolm Schwarz
enbach.
"Smiles Are More Than Sunshine"- t
Morgan Wattigney. re
"Good Company"-Charles Sadler. L
"Abou Ben Ahem"-Lemley Hube- fC
nelr. H
"Love One Another"-Travis Hat. H
field.
"Catching the Colt"-Donald Dore.
"The Captain's Daughter"-Eldon
LeJeune. h
"My 8hadow"-Roy Drumm. H
"No Place For a Boy to Go"--Wil- C
lHam Entwistle.
Song, "Sleep, Baby, Sleep"-First
Grade. P
"Four-Least Clover"-lJoseph Ham
bacher. di
"Patience Will Work Wonders"- H
Hermaen Guendiach.
"The Little Clock"-Bertrand Peck.
"Two ViewW'--Carroll Crane.
'"God Bless My Mother"-Hart P1
8chwarseabach.
Song, "The Sandman" - Second
Grade.
"Somebody"-William Ellis.
"The Stripes of Old Thirteen"-Cyril
Schindler.
"The Schoolroom I Love the Beat"
-Ruble Dore.
"Never There When Wanted"-Isa- pl
dore Davis.
"Don't Crowd"-Joseph Gat, James
Curren, Roland Cayard, Steven Cron. se
a. Jo
Song, "The Prog"--Flrst Grade. T
"Hall to the Plag of Stars and ol
Stripes"-George Norris.
"Little Things"-C-hester Camus.
"The New Bonnet"-Arthur Felsher.
"Our Flag"--Gaines Gilder, Milton
Burg, Cyril Schindler, Reany Angelo, sti
Lemley Hubener, Marion Ryan. ph
Song, "The Kite"-Fourth Grade. ri
"A Boy's Opinion"-Willlam Powers re
"I'll Try and I Can't"-Henry Greg- NI
ory. Jo
"The School Rear Is Over"-Andrew
Buniff.
"Parewell"-Lemley Hubener.
Song, "8tar Spangled Banner'--Dr
Fonrth Gradae. le
frm
U'
PROMOTED TO HIGH SCHOOL
Edgar Cayard, PFulton Corbett, Streu. Lo
by Drumm, Magnus Hauper, Edmund Ch
Hebert, William Keanedy, Robert Ken- de
nedy, Daniel Knowles, Milton Nelson, Ka
Dewey Thorning, William Tufts, Wal- Mc
tar Wells. Po
PROMOTED TO EIGHTH A GRADE.
Royal Amued%, Warren Calhoun,
William Eastwood, Hlugh Humphrey,
lI:trvey .\l'Neely, HlCrnard Rice, Jo
so,,h Iosamarno, Joseph Rumore, John
Stas-i.
PROMOTED TO EIGHTH GRADE B.
th
\i;'fr-. Iloudrauix. E!rnest I)ellucky,
r- \nIi :,n:i r ;rr,.t-, Hiarold M1artour,
. 1 ':, !: ar , a h ,r. l'ran , i I io rdan . I.e -
. S.tra-1. .\A l,.rT W\arl. Andrew
! \\o", ey:.
a PROMOTED TO SEVENTH GRADE A
1,, . : i,. r lF:rao r t hrn ..\lnd:
In ; -; ,, .l yr(. ('l!ri-', Al' in tu ; uiA n
tr" IH e ' ry H ':.'1. !'rar,'1. !.:rnilc,, loi :n ut;.
Y.ir rb.
l PROMOTED TO SEVENTH A.
, WVillia, HB Jaurry. ltm.. Hall:r.v Ihln
-. l ::lo' . O; r ,. l, ,Cnin . H; arary l(,ko
1.1a:l: - .Mlllffit , J.'o plh S;,arn i'nl o, ;o'.
o. Thorning.
l PROMOTED TO SEVENTH B.
\\alter latlin, lililard Bath, Lee
. l,,.n.r. I n:r-:,,, l)inatoli. Andrew
th l:rne-t, l'hili f,;'aut. \mn (rundmni -
'-r. ,los'p h La nana., Itinrold Olit ier,
:. .arl SI, ladl.er. Harold Setiymour, John
Smith, William Smith, Charles Stacy.
A. l.'Pred 'nmbach. \Warren 'mba'Ch, W\Val
h~.ul \Vrdoodt.
PROMOTED TO SIXTH A.
I irb.rt lICrtraid, (;Gustavo llrown.
- rrin C'hrist>, Samuel ( raw lord. \\'al I
ter Dalidson. William litch. 1tudolpt t
'FrenZel. Guido Guindisl h, .ulian Ho
gan, Julest Judlin. Albert .latchittl
Rlaymond O.wall, George l{.ynolds,
Albert It.ian. Adolph S'hwallb, John
'e- S. <hwarzenhbath, William Sutlierland,
g, Vitor Zatarain.
il
l PROMOTED TO SIXTH B.
S lyrns Anderson, Stanley Barris, f
' Charles Iurgis, Joseph Carubba, Tis
dale Daniels, Eldred iDrumm, Noel D)u
Iie, Henry Gerrets, Elliott llafkes
bring, Leslie .Johnson, Theodore John- I
son, Louis Laufer, Warren Lawson,
. Michael Lawton, Thomas LeBlanc.
M\latthew Morse, ('harles Newberry, 1
.loseph Orlesh, Albert Senner, Warren
Spitzfaden, Thomas Sparacino, Leslie
r- Sturtevant, J sEph Schieb, Herman
Troselair, Dewey Vigano, Layman Wid
h ney, Edwin Stacy.
PROMOTED TO FIFTH GRADE A. I
John Beninate, Earl Cayard. Vernon I
I Durand, Bernard Grundmeyer, Robert L
Hammond, lrvin Harding, Herbert Hin
gle, Dreyfus Korner, Harry Lecourt,
William Nolan, Charles Penisson, Ca- 1
d mille Pitre, Francis Sadler, Joseph Si
mon, Edgley Schroth, Frank Spahr, -
Warren Strasser, Leslie Shroder.
PROMOTED TO FIFTH B. (
Perry Back, Walter Forrest, Joseph
Garrick, Richard Keen, Harold Ulmer, F
h Louis Trosclair.
PROMOTED TO FIFTH B GRADE.
I
Samuel Bentel, Donald Dore, Ruble e
Dore, Ralph Gerrets, Joseph Hambach- -
er, Walter Jones, Joseph Kestler, Ed- t
ward Laughlan, Tony Mangana, Geo. li
Norris.
n
PROMOTED TO FIFTH B GRADE. V
George Adams, Reaney Angelo, Mil
- ton Burg, Cleveland Duvic, John oFr
rest, Charles Garrick, Gaines Gilder,
Lemly Hubener, John Leonard, Mel
ford Pitre, Walter Pope, Marion Ryan, t
Hart Schwarzenbach, Cyril Schindler, t
Haywood Vallette. i
PROMOTED TO FOURTH A GRADE.
Edward Boundreaux, Aulton Dauen
hauer, Joseph Folse, Lee Hingle, Alvin
Hoffman, Charles Leber, Richard Mc
Closkey, Norman Ramos, Henry Tier
ney. e
PROMOTED TO FOURTH A GRADE.
Hellas Adams, Michael Brown, An
drew Buniff, Carroll Crane, SCamuel
Harding, Archie Sinclair, Austin Spahr
Marion Short, Earl Smith, Morgan
SWattigney. e
PROMOTED TO FOURTH B GRADE.d
Milton Acker, Leonce Andre, Robert
Bauer, Abner Boyer, Roland Cayard,
Roy Cayard, Arthur Felsher, Lucius
Forsythe, Carl Hatlield, Eldon Le
Jeune, Collie Manganan, Otto Meder,
Emmett Schwaner, Malvin Vinson,
James Vinson.
PROMOTED TO FOURTH B GRADE.
Steven Brooks, Henry Clement, Jo
seph Dennis, Don Duffy, William Ellis,
Joseph Entwistle, Felix Farrtngton,
Theodore Korner, Morris Laufer, Har
old Maronge, Wallace Owens, Hilar?
Schroder, John Talluto.
PROMOTED TO THIRD A GRADE.
Clement Balk, Roland Briel, Con
stantine Brooks, James Curren, Ste- c
phen Cronan, Elmore Dauenhauer, Pat
rick Duggan, Joseph Gast, Edwin Ger tl
rets, Arthur Grundmeyer, Harry Mc
Neely. Leo Richards, Melbourne Reed,
John Tierney.
PROMOTED TO THIRD A GRADE.
August Bachot, Rene Comeaux, Roy
Drumm, James Duggan, Charles Hen- G
ley, Anthony Lauman, Ira Olroyd, Al
fred Peterson, Mark Senner, Ralph
Umbach.
PROMOTED TO THIRD GRADE B.
Clifford Angelo, Peter Anderson,
Louis Acker, Henry Carubba, Charles P
Christiansen, Floyd Christy, Clyde Gil- vi
der, Joseph Grundmeyer, William L
Kassmer, Stanley Leonard, Albert
Monroe, Albert Newberry, William bi
Powers, Bertrand Peck, Delmar Petrie, T
Joseph Ramos, James Reed, Prank Ser
pas, Robert Smith, Malcolm Schroder,
Sidney Swayne, Floyd U'mbach.
SPROMOTED TO SECOND GRADE A.
Joseph Brune, Charles lHeninate.
Louis Cronan. Alvin (Co ell. Iost-ph
. ('ale rissa. Prancis D)ore. JlIlius (il
lih.I John litunn. Flc:.d llofstetter. lItoy
ilinle, Fred John, Stanliaun Kennedy.
A\ndrew M\1,ers. James Stet,'lnson, .io-I
- ih Sus-.li. l !,ln t-rr E. Snm~th. Millard t
S hindil.r. thar',< Sad!r (. trce- Sio
ry . Satord 1 In r
PROMOTED TO SECOND GRADE B.
C':r:an, \V:iti I n* :hnu r. Is:vilor,.
1ai -. "\V:'liusL f;,rr '-, " l o.t rd liar
per, Tr;J ic II tlo i.ld. (' rti- It' ,s.
i, hard l',o s re .-4;a ford \Vilntor. .\1
h,,rt S ,.,.ler. (;,,,:=, Zatanlrt::,
PROMOTED TO FIRST GRADE A.
Leonura t ('::.L'm it,. \Vilia , Entw tl.'
1'. ;frt ruldo. .2;,* . r -:llmer (runyd. ni.
,r, Ilermt an (;l ndis'h. I-:thelbp rt I.
.arde. f;awf' no I'onti. .\lb.rt .teanoy.
.Malolm S. h .arZt la, h. Itohrt S4r--r
pas, Arthur Sutto..
SURPRISE PARTY.
On Molnday " toDnini a largtie rowd I
of youtn. ftolk nIt at the re-iden, e of
Miss \lildred Iliai.-kn tht and pro ted
ted to the FtPenney re-<idten to -urptris.
. -is St-.La in hotior of tier rladulationl
Ifrom 11.11t.i ill" ,noutl. 1 1:s- F'lenney
Swentt out for tihe da(i anld lhen site ar
rited holme the merry trotttd \was i I
ý!t'he (emltty house next door ,njoying
tltheisel.PS inlttiensely. Soon after .lshe
was taken theire. % -here the rowd conl- n
,ratullated her upon her stu te-s in her l1
school career. She reeied mt latl s
beautiful presents. The hou-te wa- a
decorated ithl cut flowters and ferins.
The yard in t whlich the refr.hti itnnts
were sort t! t as ell illutninated. The
evening was spent in daet ito. sintgini
and tilhe platling of gatiies.
Those present were: Vliss'es Mildred
Hiemnericliht. Katie A kter, Rlegina Acker,
Leah Boudreaux, Nelia Botdreaux,
IHilda ('oyne, Monica Ktscousse. 'Mamie
Martinez. Irene Si;. ,lair. Mildrted
Thorning. .Mildred lilisknecht. Anna
Crowlet, .lennie Daley, May Leathetn,
Madalinie Spahr, Camille Spalhr. Irnia
Schroder, Elsie Jones, Hattie Meyers,
Bertha LeBllanc. A. Lellane, Irene
C'harbonnet May Feeney, Leona Ver
due, Verna Hausknecht, Vera Forbes.
L. Molalson, Frances Brau, Grace Pol
lock, Bertha Baker, Stella Lloyd. Isa
bel Dunbar, Carmen Vanderlinden, Le
ona Feeney. Stella Feeney, Thelma
Johnson, Nora Sadler, Lillian Herbert,
Irma McQuillin, Nettle Horn. Hazel
Nelson, Edna Ramos, Rita Laumnan,
Nettle r'orrest, Alma Morton, Evelina
Pitre, Genevieve lHauer Messrs. Willie
Daley, Joe Thorning, Dewey Thorning,
George Thorning, M. Molaison, John
Scully, W. Harvey, Thomas Mine, Ben
Moseley, Robert Gallinghouse, Wilfred
Boudreaux, Andrew Martinez, Douglas
Braai, John Braal, John Coyne, Valerie
Judlin, Alvin Berthaut, Francis
Zwicke, Frank Lecourt, Charley Rain
ey, John Meyers, James Feeney, Mr.
Ashay, Louis Brune, Willie HIloffstet
ter, Edward Hardin, Arthur Vander
linden, Mr. Rouja, Mr. Heller, Mr. Fen
ten, W. Double, Mr. Schernell.
nen, W. Double, Mr. Schernell, Mr. and
Mrs. Feeney and Mrs. Sinclair.
14
ASSOCIATION ADJOURNED.
The Algiers Improvement Associa
tion adjourned at the last meeting un- I
til October, subject to call of the pres
ident should matters of special im
portance in Algiers need the attention
of that body. Besides hearing reports
of the committee on the demonstra
tion farm which went to Baton Rouge,
routine business was attended to. S.
A. Eros and Gustave Peterson were
elected to emmbership in the organi
zation.
BELLEVILLE SCHOOL.
Thursday, June 11th, exercises mark
ed the close of a very successful year a
at Belleville. The patrons and chil- t
dren of the school were entertained i>
with the following delightful program:
Song, "The SMoon"-5 B.
Hansel and Gretel-4 B and 3 A. tr
In Happy June-Kindergarten.
A Japanese Lullaby-5 A.
The Children's Paradise-7 A.
Pinkety-Winkety-Wee--1 A.
Almost a Runaway-2 A and 2 B.
The Jap Doll-1 B.
The Rock-a-Bye Lady-4 A.
A Bag of Gold-3 B and 2 A.
The Rescue of Princess Winsome-
7 B.
Spring Chorus--6 A and B.
At the close of the above pleasant
numbers Miss A. M. Harte, principal, A
made a delightful talk to those assem
bled, complimenting the sewing class- '
es on the many dainty and useful arti
cles finished under the able direction .
of their teachers; and congratulating a
those pupils who have attended this 2
term without absence, tardiness or los's
of time by excuse. She commended ar
the home influences which made such e
records possible. The following named
received perfect attendance cards:
8 A-RIta Amann, Stella Feeney,
Georgiana Reaney.
8 B-Pearl C6llette, Gladys Butcher.
7 A-Anna Vanderlinden.
7 B-Velma Borne, Ethel Gillen, Ida
Harvey, Verna Amuedo, Thelma Stur- h
tevant, Pearl Schwarzenbach.
6 A-Rose Bevan, Mar' Hogan,
Frederica Stansbury, Mary Castrogio- t
vanni, Lottie Marxen, Anna Escousse,
Lois Walter.
6 B-Maud Lennox, Frances Desa
baye, MinervaDillan, Nelia Boudreaux,
T'helma Monroe.
5r- 5 A-Ruth Finnegan, Gertrude Le
tr, Blanc, Carrie Lawton, Annie Is. Sadler,
Virginia Beninate. Stella Zatarain.
A5 B-Elinor Rooney. Lelila Ent wis,
A.
, 4 A--Estelle Iluntilloohr.'y Arlath .Ii -
Nh Netely, .1ary ('linch. Adrer - Caklla
it.'gher.
4 li--()rri. . r"t niituors. -:l:tar i;rr:lt ".
I at 11 amr.l. , .ttro 'b ]r!r'ownt
3 .\ .11i- hi l;r'avi . Ir.,.z lu; uis,
tVtria t .+,l:re ox, Illal. M . r. ('larrt
,.- St' rlini .
I, I : Ail t h ," I '-- a : a ' , . El: l h;. , "
SIarttlett.
B. _ A L.oui- Kraet,:n.r. ltlat.'h. Va'.
deriintbn. 1,ha Harnna.t,-r.
'I iI t lr t- v , .r. M r,, tlH.'.'.
! \ Irunt G !!',i"h, I. i.i'.:tn K , . i
K:nI.r arl-n -' I .l h,
ELIGIBLE FOR HIGH SCHOOL.
T "'hei folloing tlunti iirl: .tndl bt'
l of our dlistrwit halt {i"a-id ifor hi-h
r. scoo'l :
lthll+illt itt Alllall.. Augustall (';tl
1hlun, .tli;a ('astrOti, tl nl. ('althil I 'n
Sarro!. Ililtla ('olno li.lian ('urre!t.
Irla I itnit-la. Sarah lai le , l.argar"-t
I ilzte, Stella F".'nte., thIazil Flrtn ih,
d {,,sel {tr'Galand. f:t lmm a alilr 1aht !
St;,re,. I or;ms Graham. 11uth 1 lafk-'s
ndlas. I'elti.t'lle 'tri', il'orgialla I'e.ley.v .
> 'elina lieneck), -11a Seal, Nlabeul
r' Slutherlanil If"orntl Smtnith aii I Ethor
It Yatter.
1 M I Iint(ath No. 4 -- Il-ar I'aarld,
e I'ultotn t'ot'ibtt., Strneubll lirutnitn, 1Iai
iu- n harper, EIllmitnld Ilobltert. hIatrt
r Kennediy. DIanitel Klintl lEs. Milton Nol
Sson, leis: l Thorllttin . Williamn 'iitufts
t alt \Valter Well-.
e RENECKY IS SATISFIED WITH
A LESS PROFIT. BUY YOUR
SHOES FROM HIM.
CHARTER
LIi I- 1.. MI- F.kIs , a
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i . I t t , ,l ! , ,e ti t . . ' " In l t h te I
la A .t t 0t
t,,r ." ,il. l- l ,il !r l+h t . : tit, l t , ".. ,uts i
1:+, ' , - e:-,',,'l } " lr ... . , y: ,+  :,relr her -
S t t i- ', wilt it cl.c i, l that
i i r t iit e t St ,it
,, nd ailrtel. and
t1 i,1 a:: l " 11't( i..` , tl ,:a ala tt" 1g ,ei ,t,.l
tol",l t' a l ., ..:i sitch ,,the r ptl
I Illo t * .titer , tt " c ar -' intedc with
i- . t i I " 'll , t+ uratl ,, to the a c t' t t
S , t ....urp .. ,,l , ,l ,, th e ..a.. ..t.il s ,i.
\'tit le -- I lie mine .- the orrl It. t:.
hall "e the I.. leek & I .," antd utdicr
1, its trp t n.iH,:. it ", .It hal ' an, te .l 1
a Ait'(" e, iI - .ti ii icef t e arind at:, i t tre "t'!s+e
e t ,lint c le .t i ttti ' ,rpt,,rt "it, th all e in the
 It ,fi Nt' ti .dnl , La., and all leg rl p'.
--. h l I.Ie -1 c rv- ,le ca pitln the prei tlteo't ,f
Sth, cr,:iora,,,1 r in Hi h ltsle. nce o pe n t!he
n ve ,t-pr l"es l. I' h.Ii hav c av l ler .l p .t wcet :
tl i ts l t.. the ,re t t i intr.'t, -ite a' nI he
-ue , nl1d ,o I - . rt ie.'t , lea s e,. purchase, ,
-e! ., mn rtg;..Ke .1.l1 hyp.,tltrn atc real and ptr
s.nal lper, ty.
strtalhtt II - The tdijectr ar:d pturpo.es ,f
Sthi!, tarp.ratin, are to, ergage in the retail
iPrtily Ind lt l ar hn a s.eln lusint-s in the
Ir -If New trltanir La., a,' it the state If
, l laun a. ti dcr l lt all Ikint of grer ,ermle ,
IiU,:es, wines , etc.. .,n, ton .1, e-eryt hin
.. •tici or ,qpet t,.s. . ut -.ni purDtsi d..
Article III -The call pio al st-,t k i, thl t ci r
iatlian thshall h e the tn f itt tht, eo tle d l
the pair valin e f nti e hrllntreat d llais I tl1 i
each, which shall hle aid flr to halloiey, prt lI
tertt, r labor, w ahen tineld. This corp.rattin
shatll e a iiin n entern, and authirkie to
. id, !c rire, tindter thi charter s.:, ;.l n : a: the
3mnt of $trlu.tA is subscribed for.
Article IV.- All corprate hp.wers of this
cirs al:ti hltn s tall be. v it ted a in Jand exerc l
to alienate, rttiie sell or leasl e the prop
erty ,f thiI co ny.; there thall be three
directlrc to cl Impole liad bardl, the . atne tec
ld torporat!,: each director shall ownl at
least one share of stock in trtil own nafte.r
"]The meetitg ,f stckhlders toe elect direc
:,rs -hat ble hehi the first M11onday in June of
I the election of said I,, arI of direct ,rj, the
sit, it-arld shall, tl frotm its twit nuttlter, elect
a presi dent, a ,'tetlce-restdent atdt a secrttar'..
trea.urer, with tile right to name one, or two
persitn , to till all three poiittons.
, Artile '.-Tlhis charter may Ite amenikd. I
or chanigedl, or the orptIratlilt drissotlveld r
liquidated at a stockhohlers nieetlng called
for that purpDoSte iy a two-thirds vote of tihe
stork issued, after lrue days preir notice In
- writing to each stockholder, and after publi-'
cation twice in a dally newspaper during said
rive days. The lituidatinu is to lte hy three
it itllators to ibe natied by the stockholdet s.
Ilthus daone and sigtned Il and pased in my
offi ce, in Ne Orleans. in the presence of Wm.
('-nkerton and S. Rolertsiin. competent wIt
nesses, who hereunto sign their names with
the saeid appearers, and me, notary, after a
due reading of the whole, th he said subscribets
attachin g topposite their resaDective names
their sutbscritiotns t the capital stock of
thts corporation, which said list is to act as
the original suisctription list.
(Original sigtiedh: Subscribers names and
Stheir suhseriptions.
\Vitnesse5: Wm. Conkerton, S. Robhrtson.
TIIEODIORE A. SCI UhER.
(S.al3 Notary Pullic.
I, the undersigned, recorder of miortgages.
in and for the parish of Orleans, state of Lou
Isiana. do hereby certify that the above and
foregoing act of ineorpljrationt of the F. L.
Meek & Co. was this day duly recorded in my
office. in itottk No. 1127, fa lo -.
New Orleans, l.a.. iJune Ilnth. 1914.
(Signedi EMILE J. LEONARD, Dy. R.
A trie copy. t
THEODORE A. SCI'1BER,
(Seal) Notary PuIlhc.
itjune 18 25 july 2 9 16 23 oar bi
AMENDMENT TO CHARTER
]ari.h itt iirleati 5. 'llty if aNew I rleants. a
itL it kInsA i,. that in Atiseighlt dF y if a
the nitieth of Autie in the year of ouiir Lo,
Ariete i' kth one t } tdht'an ehthirty - of h
lhi nity anil the anrtl i I, threa .ars tiLer it
rts'idniti at l lo tire Les- i",Of the " ttne ises
hert n after twlmed hund at nlftitetit-td.
l'c~itally th e andt alt ari d t h r iMessrs. ha tI
Ire atiacitcls .f tprestdenr and secretary of
irair¢cii uinder the Iaws of this state, fry
nthrv ill this city, on March 28. 8l93. recird
ed in the mortgage olhice fur this parith in
hok 488. fllo 2lc , amndetred ly an act iasseul
Anere said t-tart. F. D. u htritilen. in on D
,tlw-itt and secretary herein acting under andt
lit virtueof a resurttitino atolited s tire tef
ithretLo annexed and ita-Ic pitart heretif. it
ef tte irre,,ers if said .,ciletyd held ith thstto
city, on thie 21t day of At-rt. 1914. called it
as crilarce wrtlf it. charter and I)rechrlel byt
the nothies required, sectiM In of Article I
of said tharter was amerlet increasing lte h
period of 4 It existetce frett tWent .-ct assear
to ninety-nine years. so th i hat sall rear. d as
Article I. Sction .3. "It shall exist for
1992. unless its affairs be sitner settled an
Ii quidated as hereinafter pnairded for."
ieath atd said meeting were present or repa
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Or, ill -it-s flier t y. rorten- t.
S n t thrt. to pr e .
trnsh iin {i-n. ent rt. n-r to and di
CHA RTER III. TheOF THEcpal tck of th AF r
1 '. .1, , ' I ·; :! .- • I • . . , .)•, l "
p rattiy is hereby tined at the sum of live
th "uand dollars ", ' .0. , dvided into and.
It pr n , ied . . I e c e r.., .) shares of
t:ity diltars I(-e each..1Sai stock shall
,' r, ) ' I .. .. , t cc . -., t:. ',+ ·. h'- "I" ,.
and .t such tes as e oard of directors
tm1a r deter.ne, urtt any hart or parcel of said
tors at it les than par, in pas-. teit if labor
Article IV. All the power o.,f . this corpora
tif- a.re :erey vested in a oard of direct . rs
to coo ist if three stockholders, who shall
I'-Iors shall hase i in uctei into off.., ice.
p,. -:-brit . r. a Iny • ' , it ".+r ,fn, r to New ,,
tl.i shall consist of the fillowing plersons, to
wlt Tan-es S. Jatine. B. F. rennato and Ru
•flits . Bush. with Ja, ttes S. Jaine ,s res il
dent. i F. Brennan. vice pres deni t. and Ru
n,+ |,,,r ,", th b"t' .!,;::r .c ,. l ,, al- i d ,,r by it
are"), '+, irr d to he: T" e ,t: ,lag rn ar.d carry
fis C!, Bush. , scrtar, ll treau re r. Two mem
dall of June ald) tlhrl t to prllt.e an
furnish ait itit:"tnens. Cinll trr- I r e't and di
vers ilons < f tr the l,;!,.:I-.at" genrai,, ll y to doe !
d rticle V. This charter may be amended ori
this corporation may be dissolved by a vote
Arof two-tl 1hr. in amount of the capital stockf this
represented in person or by pro.y, at a gen
eral stockholde lrs' meetg to be called nby the
ipresident, uDon special hundrequest theres for.
wherein mit e statred the purposent of sauntid
meeting, after su tIest (10) full days publicationrs
leans, of t, time and placert of said meeting.:
e.ilk may d h'e isuedl by salld h,'arel of direc- ;
Articlpon the dssolutionp of this cororatior-n, the
tion are Ishereby vested in a hoard of dirvet·rs
tockholders shall elect ne or mor. whe lio quida-ll
ors, whose dutyhav it shall be to collect the as-office.
ers, andt howinard up their affairs of thid corpora
ation shall ever be held fable or prespons, to
for tahe contracts or fahin.ults thereof inan any fur
thes sum than withe unpames S. Jance due to the
crpration. R. F. on the sha res owned by , u
shall allny mere informality in organiatreseiont
hoard shall hold onie until the second Mon
have thicle V.effect ofhis charter min be amended oll,
thisnor of exposrating a stockho dissolved bany liability
beyond two-th amount of th e capital stotk.
represented in person or by proxy at a gen.,
erah sckholdcribers hereto have eachalled written
furesident. uson special request therefor.e
oposi te their names the number of shares
ereting as the originatel subscription list.
Thus done and passed in my notarial off-ce, a
in othe of the d aily newspapers in New Or- in
leanrse e of L P. BRYANT, of said meetind
in tIERRMAN tion competisent witnesses of e
stockholders shall elect ,n or more liquida- s
lawful age, and residing in this city, who a
ertor, whose duty it shall heto cnamllects, the as
sewith sa convert est andpert real, notary, person thal,
dayf the corporati se forth in the o cash, pay tion he dreof.
Lm B. BRYANT, JR., ( ,l A. HERRMANN.to
in and for the Parish of Orleans, State of si
distribute the surlus certifamong the the abkhold
aers and wind up the affairs of sid o orpora
tion. c
Article VIT. No stockholder of this ra
anitn Shatl ever be held itable or responsible
for the contracts or faults thereof in any fur
ther sum thoan the unpaio alance due to the
c IrporatKonOn Tha owned by him, nor a
dave the effect of ryndrin: this charter null,
Anor of exposing a stocholdr to any uali, i
United o rt theis of Am rica Sat of uana,
apprshe theOr names the number of rhares
sulscribed for, so that othis act may also
aserve as the original subscription Ithe rist.n
Thues dlne and uassed en my notaraa ofice.
in the city of ce m Orle i oe iian i ea, n
the aeend rc of L.t p. BRYANTd Ser.. and C.
A. hepRsANN. competent witnesses of
lawfuled age and residine, Irn thisa ctm, whoa
ahereunto supscri be their names re ther
with said Darties, and meo notary, on the i
tday nd date set forth in the aption hereof.
(Original Signed.)
. AMES S. JABINE and OTHERS. b
thein and for the parish of Orleans, State of ina
and foregoing act of corporaten anda
a corporation hand bod portic n awhort i
pFOREST CAFE COMPeAN waand se thi rs day
duly recorded ien my oaiced in Boon foll, Folio
r. tle.e nae and lothi C
New Orleans ,La., May 1 o, 1914. v
(Signed) de ts said corporate name, y e
A tr ue ed; to make and coy:
s ARTHUre B. LEOpeOLD, Notary Puble it
May 21 28 June ase 11 1 s 191or eie at
United States of Americev State of Louisiana
BE IT KNOWN. That on this eventeenth
day of the monthlease or otherwise dispose of the I
s ame; to employ, name and appoint a en
Befor e me, a general counsel, and suho
officersry Public, duly commissioned anagers, sualifiedr
int andnts. for this city, parnd otsh and Statees and
n the ptrest or convenience of sses hereinafterpora
ton mnamed and undersigned, personally came and establish by
thatws, ruavailng themselveations ofor the properon
managemof the laws of this State in such afars ase mayde
er, and thprovided, same they havnge covand alnted andt eas
agreed, and do all othee presen acts covenant and
mia-tree and biniy law. rrhem as shall well cas aruch d
propter persons as may he oreafter become ar
poses ofwi t hem, to form and constitute.
This corporation and body politic in law, fored
inthe pacurposes and objecwith its hand under the ti et
land ctlons, articlnue for andthe pericnd of r.ine followinge
(90Article Is. fromThe name andfter the date hereof.
poaThe President, or in his absence, the VePROD
'CTS COPANY. It domicilePresident, shall be the person upon in
the cityionr f ew Orlegal process shall bana. v
sepurchaseved, aalienate, convey, sell bor
served. 'a
TERRY TRANCHINA
Meals RESTAURANT
a la Carte at SPANISH FORT
any time at SPA ISH FORT
BREAD 0
POULTRYat LALA'S GROCERY
,1., ,l . - " , th "
t ! b .1 I It b e p ' d ,
t . r . I .. o e
, - ;i . , . " v . i
. . . d ! t t h . pr r i:a r id :'t c , a Ive s
-N'.. ,. I ! . I -t I , I ,, . l 1
S r: y .f et e A r m t' ci It .i (e hre
t ! , t+., . v t i'
A ' , ,.-. [e \ , , ;. ", I I. t 11 he paid'.
S.. on . il vl onir , oth t t
. I I . . ,hat t " v .!.. 'ot . pai
(,r, .-vd,',. . ' , 1te. p r' ti rs a. i the c .-
pt " 't p , t ,h ...?? t ( C, rii e i ,t r it lr.
- r t r., . pt- t i to dvid hill hall ove
,' p,- L,++ , , tI i t ,t st. , ock, a divi
, . ,l, :,- r,. be Iot n':. ri , :l l. v the B ',ard.
, .e lh..'I o, t he :, . I t It,. ou t mt.
I, .,,,+. , , -vo.:"h" ni t h t .t "d
It .e r piaving f r the dI :d rnid, as asove
dnls,. a- tI bte t':vteid a r.rne d the p:cferr d
",,,.i tl. k, I ,thetIre r eits a lrt' la'u.ce out of
Str t,r as t, the BoI ard of lirec:tors 'hall d
drte:n the hlt dn.po, sto,nk shall mae ofthe
it. anw l ch .o.tin t there an and aif .ty.s ofmay
-e at.v-,,tisued csir further payl to Iat oa divi
den. i1 the ref:verred astock, th the preferred
ain, I,', (, t,, 111i t s -,,'6b1 , 1 n t n t suii -h prt
otring;r as tle atd of ltrretuacrs shall de
f it r t, t,e.
(i tire ortotiou stnck shall have the
I-wetr of votig at any anui all ut eetings of
the stckhohlcrs if this rtorporatodn. If.h
,twevrnd this cimmpany shall frock, and period ofid
ftnir t4 striccsive yearso, Intl to pay a divi
further,n tieat teferred stock, the the pie
referred stock shall have the same right of
etitn ed of the voliquidtion of this Core.
Thiso (',rpraton shall have the right to
·.:ll o trhetire the preferred stock or to
,tIe reae thvide d atnd thereof uttand a g,prlows:
,lhe  rfrrirh stoikholn i reots shall bded by the
ar value of theirec stors a said reco suffmmenda
tiunon is ratiiedt approved and adopted by the
vte aind consent of two-thirds (2-3) of the
rith tend nre crrd an stock, and providedrs
further, phat the prie t hvalue paid for saidtoc
referreuall stck shal be par,eferred and ccrued o
earned dividends.
In case of the liquidation of this Cork.
iti-ri. after all debts due by it are paid,
including the costs incidental to the liqur
hsti om. the a sses of this company shall
then Ire divided and distributed a0 follows:
Thed preferred stockholders shall be paid the
tar vahen the of their stock if there sufficient
funds such assets as then remain shall be
aprtined. to the commte on stockholders; if
hrith tire preferred and common stockholders
ue paid iunless full the par value of their stock,
such cassets as thave been shall be divided
tion shally between thed In and the comanagement
mon stock.
Ths control of its affapany shall be a going concern and
shall have t(5)e right to carr on bumaornety as
sowhon as three thousand dolars ($3,for the000.00) of
its common capital stock hall have been sub
scrihbed for. All stockholder shall be paid for in
cash or its equivalent, and, if not in cash,
then the Board of Directors of the Company
shall determne the value of such equivalent
offered. No certificate of stock shall be is
stied unless the shares of stock, evidenced by
such certificates, have been fdully paid for.
Article IV. The powers of this Corpora.
tion shall be vested in and the management
and control of its affairds shall be exercised
by a ard of Directors cor the posed of not few
er than five (5) stockholders, a majority of
whom shall constitute a quorum for the trans
action of all business. The directors shall
be elected ty the common stockholders on
the second Tuesday in January of each year.
Each stockholder shall be entitled in person,
or itsy numbroy, to a vote for every share of com
on stock owned by him, and all electionst may
shall be held under such rules and *egsula
tions as may be determined by the Board
of Directors. The votes shall be cast by
ballot. The directors thus elected shall con
tinue in office for one year or until their
successors have been duly e ected and have
qualified. No failure to elect shall be re- fri
garded as a forfeiture of the saisme may ustify. Any of the
vacarcyo c uring on said oard shall be right to lled
by the remaining director at as for the eproxy, and th
term. The Board of Directors shall its
firost meeting after its ele formation, nominate outr
of its numbere shall be a msident, one morf the
restkhdents, a secretary and a treasurer. Saidthe th
t ard shall have the right to unite the lit
offices of secretary and treasurer. It mayil
appoint a secretary who need not be ad- d k
rector or a stockholder; who shall then ben n
merely an e loyee and not a member ofitio
Afthe board;r an unt fshall employ anrered dismto auis he
such clerks, manpany to nd other employees s,
of the Corporation as the Boainterest and busirec
tirs shallecs or officers shall havell the remight ton
retor adstiol stocklder to act as his proxy anprdce
in his stoal amunt anover andll meetings of the
The r md r of directors ay hereafter be
trnmptly afituter the formation of this Cof a i
tie (oration there shall be a meetning called for that p
tArckhlde V. o tckholderpoe of electhis Corporng th
1>irt lardi ocif Directhrirm. who shall bout the
o, e utitil the other con Tuesday of Januarygh the
flarl of tire thcir successors are elected asd
palive of uyin it, in proportion to theprovide.
Nt.mices of lctmon shares owned by them, atil
tes rcf the stokhoiders not lat oered therefor, ithan writ
r, and imir to the dato the oard of Directors.election.
After tIre :s anotf red by an outsidered theno -
!te bek v!ise of said stock at the date ofhs
heetin slsrilied Ifre the Board of Direct-rs
or addtion ccpt the offer submitted, or na price
overs or and above the par value: but the netdays
ad-itoae daIe sutch written offer is submt-ch par
value shall go to thers offering of aide company.
SThek nmty diero of dirthe same to hereafter be
Sincreased to nine (9pre five (5) of whom shall '
t:rajr to the oustmmon stockholders throu h
ter r tie Corporation or thae crItnt
Arle V.Nor , sa ckhl have the pr oilese o pur
itng shall seluch preferred of his tock with- ra
itvalu e and accrued interest onr sulch in writ
at. the rate of eight per cent (8er through the
at the rate of eight per cent fSt per ann~um I
5"---"
Don't Just Ask
For Ice Creamn
I, i t ,. -\.K . I 011 t (
T.I i ', 1 , 1. It ttilakes lifo
Ur 1br it l r, W# "AIll l<!61 r
i , ,it ith . pronmpitzes that
+to: { rI,0 ., I la-anat -urpri-e A!l
l!..: " t a gallon. $1 00 hbalf.
Atit a l;art
Doin t fululit to try lour liitncIt..
Thr y l"t' i.:tme a lot their good
ness.
ODENWALID & GROS
CANAIl ANDI) EXCHI'AN( GE PLACE
Sales Agents iUYLER'S,
CATERERS and
RESTAURANT.
TERMS
IPLUMBING TERMS
I am now prepared to do all kinds
of Plumbing on the easy monthly
payment plan. Call and see me.
ISAM. OSWALD,
318 Evelina St. Phone, Algiers 74
11
The only way to
get the qgrcnuil
New Home
Sewing Machine
is to buy the machine
with the name NEW
HOME on the arm
and in the legs.
This machine is
warranted for all
time.
No other like it
No other as good
The New Home Sewing Machine Compau,t
ORANGE MASS.,
from the first day of January of the then
current year.
Article VI. Whenever this Corporation
shall be dissolved either by limitation or
from any other cause, its affairs shall be
liquidated by three (3) stockholders to be ap
pointed at a general meeting of the common
stockholders convened for the pwoae of
liquidation as hereinafter provided each
share being entitled to one vote to be cast
by the holder either in person or by proxy.
said commissioner. ahall remain in office un.
til the affairs of said Corporation shall have
been fully settled and liquidated, and they
shall have full power and authority to trane
fer and give title to all the assets and
erty of the Corporation and to distributeit
proceeds. In case of death or disability or
resignation of one or more commin.ionerl,
the vacancy shall be filled by the surviving
crmmassioner or commissloners.
Article VII. This act of incorporation may
he changed, modified, altered, or this orpor.
poration may be dissolved with the ascent of
the stockholders owning three fourths of the
<,'ni.ln stock of the cornoration, present or
r'presented, at a general meeting convened
for that purpose, and, after at least ten day.h
writteni n<it ce has been given through the
rail to ech imnonin stockholder at hai last
knwn prlare if residence, or by delivery of
n',,ire to hbm In person.
Art:cle VIII. No stockholder shall ever be
thd hIlah!e or respontlable for the conlracts or
f:,uifs of this (orporation in any further mum
than any unpaid balance due on the shares
rf sock owned by him; tor shall any more
ifiriality in organizatiin have the effect
,,f rendcring thu charter null, or of expos
:ng a stockholder to aly liability beyond any
ao .unt due ori his itcik.
'Thus done and passe! in my office, at New
(rlear, / A lissaa. a fresaid, in the pres
en,(- of A. E. ( AREV and PETER H. FER
RERA,. wltt.es- , m bth of lawful age, and
dosmniileil in this city, who sign these pres
ents toyether w ih the parties and me. No.
tory, the lay a id I .te first above writt-ti
after ',e re,!in~g of the while.
All intsrrit rations rm.'' d and a iro, y e -
fore crng NAMES OF .,;N:;':
A F. ('ARKY.
P . .FERRERHA.
IBERTRhAND I T-:!',
I, the und.rs,-,el Ree-l P -u, - r rtlar..
,' ,"d f·.r *b - I';r: <k ,f ,b -' a . .t .,Ne O:
( ,,I''::5a ra. eMII.I 7 . L"F++ ,ENiA"r
,.u-y fI--,.rdetl.
† † † " †v ,."i o , t,.., r l of It rorporatio'
• ! -: ,'. I'r , ton (s'ompany. the
•n . - - ~: F "-.: n - .n tte'd. together w ith
he ,f the Recorder of Morta
- 1 r . s i n fi l e a m d o f r e c o r d l
'··. -. " i *' w h 'reof 1 hereunto
I, ,: seal thri 6th day of Ma
BERTRAND .oa
y aotfar
' . Jn y: ll: N m-n 41.

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