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The herald. [volume] (New Orleans, La.) 1905-1953, June 27, 1918, Image 8

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THE O. . HOTARD
Engineer-General ContractoGl
220 Opelousas Avenue Phones Algiers 296-256.W
Levees--= Drainage ==Wharves
Pile Driving==Heavy Foundation
and
JULIA STREET WHARF Commercial Building a Specialty
Some Work Done Since Organization
Brooklyn Cooperage Warehouses and Office Buildings
American Sugar Refinery Wharves, Warehouses and
Molasses Tanks
New Orleans Base Ball Park
Gouldsborough, Immigration Station and Beka Levees
Wood Block Pavement on Conti, St. Louis. Toulouse and Bienville Sts.
AMERICAN SUGAR REFINERY WHARF
UNDER CONSTRUCTION 1,660,000 CUBIC YARDS, APPROXIMATE
18 MILES OF LEVEE IN ARKANSA
S . MARK O. CARTY.
D. mart O. Carey. is a graduate
•0at the oew Orleans College of Den
- 'utlry of the clss of nineteen hun
t. ied and mime and before coming to
Agers he did some practice in the
re but after asking a thorough in
-, i~Ugatean f possIbllttles on the
SWet ide of the river, Dr. Carey de
4i9 e to east his lot with the Algiers
Upe sand locatod here several years
r. Carey Is another one of our
tlal cdtisens who may always
Eeented upon to help in civie en
end to boost the town. He
• a nsative of New Orleans, born
,ietW 7th, eighteen hundred and
t74ofor. He received his early
In our public schools and
speat quite a good deal of his
''e Jl I the studying and the practic
to his profession.
S1. Carey is married to Miss Mary
ghesder end there are two fine
A ne, a boy and a girl. which go
Sup their happ little family.
ilU. Caret Is a member of a good
ef our seci· sad fraternal or
m. mely, the Maccabees,
t On Hur esd Bepevelant
et of erlea. He is also a
and a member of the
e directors of several r
doingl busa in the city
New Orieenn.
. .I.erF IllVE
W. A. Pettrove was orlga
SYankee, having been born in
tae 'see State of Maine, Febrm.
)Ih, eighteen hder and fifty
I Re ea Bok Washington Comn.
. but he has been a full fledged
mnse eighteen hundred
veoty-feur whem he first cm
capt. Petr received his earbs
i Wactlen i Tnremont end CaMrl Hi
aMended scheel at New brnea
*.'died A re arriving at thi
o majoeity, Capt. Puttafs i led
e fusoes life. 5. has ei" is
- -do
i C D. ~xlo J.
"ýY ai. r' ý 'ti' . .
the Jamaica Islands and all the prin
cipol ports of this country. He was t
also engaged in the tow boat busi- 4
ness on the Mississippi River. In I
1882-84 he was the first officer of I
the following ships: The St. Mary, 1
W. G. Hughes, Clinton, City of Al- I
ton, and the Aransas. Capt. Pett
grove is the sealor captain of the
Morgan Lines of basts and he has
been in the employ of the Southern
Pacifle Company since eighteen hun
dred and eighty.
Capt. Pettigrove is so intimately
asosociated with the Morgan IAne of
boats that it is hard to disassociate
him with the work of piloting their
big tugs.
Capt. Pettigrove is still an able
bodied man and should our Gover
ment require his services at the front
we know that the Captain would be
there with both feet and doing as
good work as he has done the past
years for Morgan's Louisiana and
Texas Steamship Company.
Phote by C. Dssmst Mwer
DR. HARRY M. NOLAN
Dr. Harry M. Nolan was born in
Algiers May 38th. 1895. He is the
seon of John P. Nolan (Master Mo
chanie of the southern Paelfle Shops.)
His early education was had in our
local paohhll schools aend he is
also graduate of Mi'Douogh No. 4.
from' here he went to the Jesuit Col
lege and after graduating he com
pioted a course of Dentistry in Ta
lane University.
Dr. Nolan enjoys the distinction
. of beg the first Algerina to receive
ai commleslon from the U. 8. Army
after the declaration of war, and he
. also enjoys the distination of being
. the first Algerine to reesive a certi
ficate of graduation for a Doctor of
I Dental Surgery.
* While at school Dr. Nolan was
very studious and he has taken every
opportunity that 'presented itself to
excel at his profession.
He is a member of the faculty of
the Tulane Dental School as a de
monstrator of conductive Ansesthe
s sea. He is also a member of the lo
I cal State and National Dental Asso
Selations.
Dr. Nolan is a product of Alliers
that we may well feel proud of. His
devotion to his profession has al
ready won him many patients and
his success as a D. D. S., is already
assured. Dr. Nolan is now practic
ing his profession at 219 Olivier St.
Phote by C. Bessette MNere
DR. O. J. TRAPPEY.
Another one of our very promi
nent debtists in this town is Dr. Os
car J. Trappey, who originally came
from the beautiful Teche Country,
having been born at New Iberia, La..
in eihteen hundred and ninety one
the nineteenth day of January.
"Dr. Trappey received his early
education in the public schools and
colleges and finally went to the
dental department of Tulane Univer
sity where he became a graduate of
the nineteen hundred and ten class.
He also attended school at Jesner
ette, La.
Dr. Trappey came to Algiers in
nineteen hundred and thirteen and
established himself i his now pres
eat location which is immediately
over the Commercial Trust and Sav
lags Bank on Patterson 8treet, cor
oer Verret.
Dr. Trappey's youthful appearance
bad no effect peon his suacess and
it was only a short time, by his abil
ity and skill, that he was able to
build up a practice which he now en
Joy.
His father, Mr. S. P. Trappey,. is
the present manufacturer of the well
known T'asaeo Pepper 8auce which
I has become so famous throughout
the country.
I Dr. Trappey also pays strict at
I tention to dental surgery and him
- office is well equipped with the lat
I eat instrumeats obtainable for this
kind of work.
I Dr. Trappey is happily married to
I Miss Ruth Mark and they are the
proud possessor of a fine little boy.
fi n the e Clhy.
The !erry ets tt name fam Om.
sne, an l re*ek tewn an the laek
sea, whence came the rft garden she
tes aknown i UNreas
New York San Fra·
W. R. GRACE & CO
New Orleans
IMPORTERS EXPORTE
STEAMSHIP AGENTS
Mesthly SaW~ing to Guadslospe, MNrtiniqua , Vnezsele Porte and Curaceo.
Little
Americans
Do your bit
Eat Coam meal mush
Oatmeal- Corn Rakfs
Hominy and rice with
milk. Eat no wheat cereals.
Leave nothiai or$ elateat. .
vMssSo STtSs eOOS 45Mw18sYArsUe
o. L. SHEEN F. MARION
ESTABUSIED,I 877
Pbones: Hemlock 700-701
After 7 p. im., Hemlock 1159.
Dennis Sheen Transfer
HAULINO-STORINO-ERECTINoG s
FOR WARDINO- DISTRIBUTING O
s5l Cleat St. NeW

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