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. u MMB ORL8 LOU.As £. A V.. FEBRUARY 12. 1920. o. 40
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Night eee Club 1
>b home of Ufa UI -,a- cab
mus.f p ur '***
mmd Miss Eaq S.'T a
em to the lot t mao .
sad - .m
,The net meeting wMI be Pr
Mme of Mli -Mli a.e Nk
friends of Paul !mabr *
I., will regret to iasru shi
.we Caaidy eMetalmedTu
lads riS Five Eand Club
.The melseemt pt m es
oa iras Imsetshe
Mare U~mlm un* thE
tan ie idred t asM
e me.. speo In e
tae ssof mr
K at ta ksewt Ia. Ut~
1t.r.eba lb . k. At
!Maids fa tae; ýtrr
S A. Whtq.
eQ gaim-~. .`.u·ii
rs salia ar at.
Night Uembee Mb M'
t th* home 6 Mrs wes. US
oat. thse hseab4I li
Mrs. U m
*6mba hi te
b Whehcu e~s
Ala.. wai te a siqur a l a i
hot lat weak
Qutiid se tel- u,. ' h- r
The "maarl..es a . MSS a. ."
A eeatd arslerde dame. wlll be
give Teesday, arsi Gnras sight br
the' Catholic Lmdse Iseseat A
soelatioa at the "Pythiaa ma te af
worthy cause. Masic wil be fur
nished by ,theiSavr l StatMD Band.
AdaieisS wilI be twenty-te cnats.
A good time is promised all who at
The meap frilnd of Mrs. P.
Berthelot are glad wt lear that she
has usteegersd from her reent ill
ma"i Behrma Teat No. 18, Mae
eabes will old their egula re
view tonight at t p. n., At Pythlsa
aM .Iass Herring of Hammond
Ia.. is the ngaest o the Mimes Me
honey In Pelican Avene.
The marriege rf Mi4 laybart
iProet Mapresn to, Mr. Richard
Nichols wll be clebrated oa March
t. Mr. 3Nlebolls oe our best
known young business sa.
rsW. W. A. b1lpe eterta~ad the
Tuesday light Flve kaired Club.
The sesenemim pleers were Mrs. R.
A. Tsase Mrs J. P. HNolan and MrsI
J. Serrate. Mrs IL NIaa nsreled
the coMaslatem. Oe neat meeties
pl a at the bob et Mrs. J. Gr
r, It : .RM.ee of eneaL %.
tsh weat Abgtt
Mr. J. W. med spen m.a at .
'F ew e - c si 's Aun "
> aacd l rs.-H, ea r e. by
J lrhM. su sow*t is.
sier sh Culver wire thsepa coy
r e.se s mm bemeweed 1 the in
LuG. -L wean -se tip. " .
The riseft nsierw 5smp Cata
a sidt -e so him ot'
afe. a twe ysshe Olme.
"tr 7iii~u th4 `-'` ival.
Me, Naste Oageae It tbs. us at
tsemeasur s e Di s..
ae-nri t -, i
I Open Your Mouth Shut Your Eyes
One of tbeest lMaton ihg evests
n. ta. .esae m a 4 ~ChauW oI
cott, wo aes hs eaysao mt
tn miqe sty In sMm*L hsu" mzt
aa mght at the Tulsam Thetre
Isu sa aeoaUt e his mpmaug aight
the Drary Lawe hste~ Leam..
Mr. Olcott, lle rnery primb.al
eI in the thiares of lasid.
nwas'Bevod a salet,- whq eood
after all his mats whtle, ' *e
theatre, staidlg.at his ide to do
everthltg ti his powe to aes Ike
opeains aisgh a empMLe umime.,
1Oest" had staies t ue sa tid*
Aain that valvet wemld igu h he*t
lrat semithimi oii theh h wa I
uiis iset Mlr: Oleot t veys 1
i .0' a he th a t the l s h I:
we .aatk tan t him. .
l sl ,ii i, whet ae $s
at" a i seIy ti lt
teen ho us tip* m
40h 1 M · -am Jn us...
spa a asetarms s h
a; int ' de te
tr Drad were married n I3
Pebruary 2, at areb of the I
Holy NM* of 0:30 o'eleek i
sma. lR. 3. otlaatd. I
TMg attendam Mr. Owen
>st ee Mew*te to ospad a Wa
heermenaa. MT, ean Ma Drsral.
who are both very poapr ' hare,
te rseslteae a arp eastrb ,o
eIts. Te be aat lan to their
htraiu 2 at the reluse b the bride's
t ber, a 01 6:0oa '.r:
1(1w Orlse, was elebrated Wad
T he at .a aw MW Oaume y
Ilire I ses* seCtr ** VM
s s.r uthw .aea. t M ta
tewm mr.e c sao MI. Duraud,
a" gh as shear bwr -. shur
th e y OiOmN" usayisel wprs
1,15b sat the rasmeqthtDel
tiiaGin ,Mr. Chr. Q. DeQwey0
wI aw O a was seeoated Wed
tui inwa. .at th c hea of
o0 Nag? hy th Vdn
-we seas ý ee tdse s
'tmiea hs Ws ems aWe
ulay se - i 3.
p ses orseemassm
"~sv~ ~d, inanl~~
'wet. -l Sir- was~I~eb
~ iie~bi ed~iS gjflY
X. b-cl· *S ·' ed·i·
uinan a niece of the bride wore ae- I
cordion pleated crepe de chme trim- lo
med with- rosebuds. Se earried a
silver basket of pink earnatios
and sweet peas. o
During the ceremony, iss Anna
D. Sadler played the violin sad Mrs. l
B. Labit sang "Ave Maria."
A reception was held at the home
of the bride for relatives sad a few I
Mr. and Mrs. Borey who were the t
recipieats of many beautiful gifts
left the same evening for the Gulf I
Mr. Albert LeBlame of 430 Bedlls
vtile St., was pintully burnd last
Saturday night. Mr. -Lellsan was
SArila up the wood stoee and aeei
destly -pet a large u etle of b ll
lag water, serlely aradius hima
Ssel fros the knees down. His .M
ty brar, abestthw u ft t. e
J udge Mah ey of the ueso d
Cit Court is ilttlulns s his es eurt
mad Is Setissn A e the a irt City
Comit Il ptap of Judge Arthur
Landry, who was trasernld to Se
tics a of the Crimiaal DUlprist Court
becmuse of the eonstlaued naes of
Me ..OS ppigv, at 7:50
S*lsee a. in., nwas*m . Nombst
d ded at the a of *i eoses at
' No. Is: . a . H. I-; fotese
r welt alme erada e, at. J ed at
I nu=.,,,-.o, aJev u. t -
h e'dteek. Iatermes w tw o MeIeaOsb
* vUs :O5sC..
S6, .t 6:415 elpet <. -s ell lrlh
d arehar dead seiddaI $di hopeU*
B li Olivier St: brquempw #i tt
.nerel oft u M ei t S u a
I a rsn. saua tek .e
a hm n e talte
S ý. r the
McDONOGH NO. 5. mol
On Friday night at H. N. G. 4.,
the moving picture show for the iSUI
Library fund will be given. "Mar
ried in Haste," featuring Albert A
itey; and Chas..Murray in "Such a !oti
I Cook," will be shown, while "The
Wounded Soldier" a playlet in one
act will be presented by pupils of we'
McDonogh Jefferson High School. caC
Assistant Superintendents Edward Na,
Hynes and Paul B. HIabaus were visi- grat
tors to the school during the week. me,
In the 4th A Table Test, the fol- the
lowing were perfect:-Alfred Rich- hon
ards, Hilda Bowers, Jane Hebert. usni
Alice Hibben, Roger Kelly, Joseph aith
Palisi, Martha Burmaster, Richard
Lingoni, Joseph Tripoline, W. Oden
nald, Stanley Burmaster.
In 4th A spelling match, all girls F
stood up until the end, and the fol- No.
lowinag boys stood up-Henry Bentel, diet
Richard Lingoni, Joseph .Palisi, Elis
Stanley Burmaster. and
DKLLVIIL SHOOL. 0
Children are being entered daily Ru
in the public schools Just now as this r.
is the beginning of a new term; and, Coe
children, so admitted now get full Co
instruetion, and they progress ae
~Clastied for the second term see- Joy
, sion 1919-1920. the enrollment of Jo)
Belleville school is a- follows: lat
s Kindersarten, 39, Misses .Petti
r grove and Brust teachers.
1-B, 23 pupils and 1-A 11 pupils, 1
Stotal 34; Miss Judlia, teacher. P.
I 1-A, 15 pupils and 2-B, 18 pupils,
s total 33; Miss Burgt, teacher.
2-A, 15 pupiis and 3-B, 17 pupils, t
total 35; Miss Rhodes, teacher.
*.A. 13 pupils and 4-, 23 pupils, S
ta ; Miss SUkilntast, teacher.
· 4-A, 29 pupils, Miss Daniels, 5
6-A, 46 papi, Miss Averil. t
-A, 44 Pupils, Mimes nheeb.
7-A, 2T pupils, Mhs hier, elm I
- "teher as
4-8, 2s pupils, Mis Uis M. Ross,
8l 6-A. 31 pupi, MIss Dvi.
amssuh in a its ensess and a
!Mthlea an els laslu In te
epastmental trades. The dpsart- a
rt a tal suabfests are. I sharp t,
teachers expert in thess rtle lat
Meatei* Ma!d OeaDaluels re ni
SShoo-k. sf--ea --Mns ree Crame. I
Msio acen ns-ag.i7 Mlm raes.
AvmLi. Ulstgry au Cvao---Mulm
iL sealer. Hslem. sweias aeit
dmawilg--Mims 3ile a eep. h
Is Upeae sl amoers aren ha r de- Is
t aeete miesue and art; 31 ey Ma.
Senar d Augd s esal bat, ps
il~-at th mth to psibe sa VO"." t
In g ymassise, ma t sad ask aCh;
lt a r, . dwat. w s AMta MaS ib
= aui M.o age 6o Lal hr. "!M
lh . i shoIws s-m eto theyu aw -
pedant l s ers eq tues c thW
bedt. Saept isehs)te aI highstead g
y -d as ade m eal gpea n a te
me pg , ,ladsmellE weltl
4ig -p I
LOCAL BOYS ENTERTAINED IN
Messrs. Emmet Lauman, Robt.
Martinez, Jules Judlin and Luke
Matranga were guests at the Ice
Carnival at Central Park, New York.
The young men were guests of one of
the prominent society matrons with
four charming daugh'ers.
After tea, which was served at
the Biltmore, the party enjoyed the
sports in the park until 7 p. m., at
which place Mr. Lauman carried of
the honors. Dinner vas served at
9 p. m., then dancing and musie was
induldged in at the home of the
hostess until the wee hours of the
SUBMARINES WILL ATTEND
CARNIVAL IN NEW ORLEANS.
A division of submarines from the
flotilla of the Atlantic Fleet will
reach New Orleans within the next
week to participate in the revival of
Captain George Cooper, of the
Naval Station, was nottiled by tele
gram Saturday that the War Depart
ment had ordered the departure of
the submersibles in time to do full
honor to His Majest Rex. A division
usually contains seven submarnines,
although more may be added.
H. N. G. C. THEATRE.
Friday, February 13.-McDonogh
No. 5 presents "The Wounded 8ol
dier," by pupils; also, Al. Ray and
Elinor Fair in "Married in Haste,"
and "Bungling Burglars," featuring
Charles Murray and Ford Sterling.
Saturday, February 14.-WiUiam
Russel in "A Sporting Chance," a
5-reel Pathe feature and Chester
Ceonklin in "Up the Flue," also Tom
Mix in "Legal Light."
,Sunday, February 15. - Alice
Joyee in "Spark Divine," also Gloria
Joy in "Corinne Come Here," and
latest Fox News.
First show Friday and Saturday,
7 p. m., first show Sunday, 6:30
DDuring the Lenten sessolt this
Stheatre will show on Saturday and
Sunday nights only, Saturdays Irat
show T p. m., Sunday's firt shew
S5:45 I. m., Sunday's second soew
":45 p. a.
.on Meday ersiags while am .
the .mpleges of the Naval 8tt
5 g andt o me m tom me
the thata Ave., etrane et the
viaduet. A large epsegegr ear aim*
Slag from the Naal statise ewn
and drives by Mr. uhbeer eeld d
I with a truck at the point mestieet.
The eeepants o the penuw ee aw
I state that the truck as sat the.'
I r~t ham4 tie at the a1rIea sR
- eeuld have bees. The two dtetres
f trutis to avesd as eeldi dedg.t
Srom oe. de .t the ,trma N Me=
Ot&er, but the ears eollided eag t`.'
I islted In a terribe sahink e eit
athe pies Is the ear ard.i pU*s .
la11im0,g both q the asWa
Chit exerk Charles L. PIgheslt
Speat at hes thee, was au r t' :
hest e& esated wthem .
Sbemese er. 3H he egaf. 4qde
t v we aee a eiea limi . senses
e[ them, bewoe.r weo A. ap
*sthe ato e me at Uinwb*
es ti e rrt gsa sen Wi