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"A.your ubscrpt to The Hrd rad the d Ilug eourseled Dwed to the Uphblllg the West Side of the Bhv. "A very live and credtable weekly mewMpap."-MANTFAC'vTRBRe' RECORD. r L. XOX ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1921. iersenal Mention Ad General Hews ,,W ITNeAS CONCERNING griT SIDE PEOPLE. o g sad girl will enjoy read g'y Swipes," a weekly diary E * boY. Many a mother and l y malso get some good pointers h t dMary. p a- i party which was given il gsrlY at 320 Bermuda street a mat suIccs. W. . g. Hamner and family are two weeks at Mandeville, the S AT. A 0. Friedrich. SarIe Schild, formerly of Al s Wending a while with rela . t, . E. Randolph, of Long Leaf, i, s ading a while with her Mr, Mr. HW. . Barker, of Bouny W George Randolph, formerly of a m, bat who is now located at , is spending a few days r. C. H. . Barnell, Jr., are t ale5 In Clarkdalel, i. ss. _ i irother Mates, who has here, returned with them. . MiS OYean a has returned to Date RBOW . A. Garland is iatg nicely Segatie at the French hoe psds Jina's Poems" will be found . wek ti oar editorial column. O$ l high classic. S. ag Mrs. T. A. atwistle and di last week to spend a while j. . Gnl left Saturday for Call iai other points of interest in 4" La, termn and family are a week at Milneburg. rW nvmsalag a meeting was held apI tef tMis Esther Cabinol /·Y; r, k party. Many games t b the yonag folks. sa. J. B. Miller left Mon trip to Caliteral and -eetes states. asa returned from a Iome i a oicle strip yes. TYo should read Ti Gerd Blskemaa are itth e r r a nt, . oe aataer two wbs re.toed the weeks with eiselul tlf r ames D. dialw het mm Yf Uiwb. eae, to .lit he r hr her m Ia orewat E cits. %wa saeis" wiln enft as orM i sssis... wLea n rMa a... sr- ubbe ts a ns. san was the sute ibhef hit wwbr FTVE TON $1ELLS 3W MILES at sa a r des ýt Hi-- ': p t to Sts. John Lodge Makes Master Masons Sts. John Lodge of Masons 'held a special communication Tuesday night in order to confer the Master Mason's degree on four Algerines. The meeting room was packed to its capacity by friends of the candi dates who came to see them go over the rough and rocky road. Mr. Frank Braal, 319 Newton St., Douglass lBraai, 925 Belleville St., Ray Johnson, McDonoghville, and John Matulich, 429 Belleville St., were made Master Masons. After the conferring of the work by the officers of the lodge, Mr. Louis Acker gave a Masonic lecture and also acted as toastmaster at the banquet. Covers were laid for a hundred or more and all places were filled. The menu consisted of a gen uine spaghetti supper, whist was much enjoyea. During the banquet several members responded to toets. Mrs. O. J. Malbrough left last week for Napoleonville to visit relatives. The many friends of Mr. William Lauman and Mr. John Froneich will regret to learn that they were injured while motoring last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Seegen of Belleville St., are receiving congratu lations on the arrival of a fine baby boy. Mother and baby are doing nicely. Capt. and Mrs. H. J. Thompson and children, Marion and George, are enjoying a vacation at Galveston, Texas. Miss Marjorie Schroder is spend ing awhile at Bay Adams, the guest of little Falba Buchhols. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Oswald and daughters, Carmel and Elsie spent the week-en4 at Shell Beach, La. Mr. Warren B. Seymour of Baton Rouge, paid a visit to his home in Algiers. Mr. Henry Caflero had the mis fortune to break his arm last Sat urday evening while cranking his auto. Mrs. K. McCormack and little grandson, Sthnley Brown, are in At lantic City. Miss Thetma Sanburn and Lemuel sanborn, are spending their vacation with their grandmother, Mrs. J. Ar nolle at Bay Adam. Mrs. Adolphus Gay and daughter of Meridian, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lilly. M. esa dp sad Alas Grrets of i peam christin, the usts o thi-r sister, Mrs. J. C. Domovan. Mrs. Stephen Keaner and daugh ter, bRnaette are spending two weeks at Bay St. Louis. Reerder Laeitager is meting in place of Recorder Daffy during the latter's vaestion for a period of thirty days. Reeorder Leniniger aeld court in Algiers Monday. Mr. and Mrs Dupsu Vates were vis itors to Mr. and Mts. Ohas. Halt tamr this week. Mine llian Jones of Paifie Ave., lft Saturday aight to speed two weeks in Mandeville with relatives Mr. Stanley Baker left for Me Comb, where he will spend his vi aties with Mrs. John O'Brien. Mr. 3. P. Clouet left tor Frsas oe July 18th, where he will spe a Sew admts. s first step will be ln New Tra, than Clelat sai, them to his destiamtiom, Frace, to greet I ds peope. S\Ms. L. MeQaulllin us Mr. and i Mrs. C. Moore and baby, Irma May, I are, spendlaing a few wks tIno Co rrrtmSt MIDSUMMER MADNESS ._..._- SAY, HOW MUCH r-- ST- E FOOD YA GOY IN r4ESE PICNICS THIS BASKET ? SWHAT A YA THINK t AM-A TRANSPORT TRUCK ? ! O - News And Notes From Algiers Churches News And Notes From Algiers Churches Methodist Church Notes Rev. C .C. Wier, Pastor, Residence 26 Oluvier, Phone Alg. 188. Last Suday the pastor and the Rev. J. A. Alford, pastor of Second Church, exchanged pulpits at the morning hour. Brother Alford's visit to our pulpit is always a delight to our people. He has been appointed to his present work six years in succession. At night the pastor was in the pulpit himself and spoke and the second article of re ligion, "The Son of God who was made Man." The statement of this truth is as follows: "The Son, who is the Word of the Father, the very and eter nal God, of one substance with the Father, took man's nature in the womb of the blessed Virgin; so that two whole and perfect natures-that is to say, the Godhead and manhood-were joineq together in one person never to be divided, where of is one the Christ, very God and very man, who truly suffered, was crucified, dead and buried, to reconcile his Father to us, and to be a sacrifice, not only for original guilt, but also for the actual The choir had good iusic at both services, though some of our singers were absent. We hope every one has gotten home and will be on hand next Sunday. PERSONALS. Last Monday the building committee for the new chureh met rt Dr. King's and opened bids for the new church. The hids were as follows: $31,560, u$,000 and $84,75. This does not in clude the heating plant. The contract has not been algan with the lowest bidder and the name of the sucessfaul bidder will be announced in the press after the onutrait is signed. We all hope to begin to lay bricks as soon as possbie. On July 17, 1951, at the home of Mr. and Mrs J. J. O'Connell, 419 Park Boulevard, Mr. P. W. Sinclair and Miss Ava Lee Bostick were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, the Rev. C. C. Wir olelfatiag. The oeam came over frem McComb, Miss., to met the brMi, who was accompanied by her brolhea4 .w, Mr. Ed. Breit spehker, from her home in Marshall, Mis Norita Fernandes of Vallette St., is spedilng a few weeks, the guest of her auant, Mrs. L. McQutll lan in Covington. Mrs. P. Paseus and son, Als, of Allt St., are visiting Mrs. Boequet of oviagton for a few weeks. Misses Betty Chaeellor and Flor eane Simon spent last week with Mrs. Ed. Lilly. . Little Emily Oislh is spendlng the week with her cousin, little Evely Schaeer. URaAia PEATUUe - Ia reading the Herald each week are you meiein some of the most important features? These features are esting the Herald big money, but we want to give to the readers ina Algiers, e of the best weekly ulileatoes is the euntry. 'We want to atlm.larly Sall your atte tion to the lfolowing featues whiek are !seng in the sd every weak. Thins that Newr Hape. Dvery-ay Beauty Talks. OIy Swpe . Hem. euet oemn . Par a d meereas. Town ts. these 3seas Pom&. , neb.iCa o rs Is. BtJsles pigs aeaus C Ymedbi t eR, ~K sss ~ her me u.--* W."neughten M*Re orgr ages. Texas. The happy couple have gone to their new home in McComb, Miss. They have the best wishes of a host of friends. Mr. Perry Back is at home from a recent sea voyage. Mr. Claude En- r twistle has gone on a trip to Buenos Aires. Mrs. P. O. Back has returned home from a recent visit to friends on the Lower Coast. Mr. A. W. Barton, who moved away from us some months since, gas re turned with his family and is residing 1 at 433 Opelousas. Their many friends welcome them. The family of Mr. J. Woolverton has returned from an auto trip to Galves ton, Texas. .Miss Flora Watson, secretary of the Y. W. C. A., on Common street, was a recent guest of Mrs. Wier. She was accompanied by Miss Ida Nettles of the Centenary, 327 Carondelet. Last Sunday night Mr. E. E. Cayard, president of the City Epworth League, paid an official visit to the Epwotth League of First Church. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Burnell, Jr, 501 Pelican avenue, left' last Sunday for (Continued on Page 7) SSuday, July- th, a jolly crowd met at the ahb et Mr. and Mrs. J. l3. Cleutat and Journeyed up to Bayou Willts. Dancing, fishing, boating and bathing were E ndulged in. The crowd came home happy though tired. The ride was given in honor of Miss Cornelius Cleutat, of Marshall, Texas, who is speading a few weeks with relatives. The ride was enjoyed by Misses Cornelius Cientat, Ida May Cieutat, Duet Cieu tat, Genevieve Cieutat, Mary Alice Dubret, Mary Orlish, Alma Sirey Athea and Evelyn Donner, Messrs. John Cleutat, Merlin Stacy, Joe Bar rows, ~erman Grundmeyer, Dennis Lorlo, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Cleutat, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Lorlo, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steaey. PINNY PAWIT On Saturday evening July 16th., a penny party was given by little Miss Lllie Durkes of Slidell Avenue. A most enjoyable time was spent. Thoas preseat were Owen and Ed ward Durke, Idell Pickett, Borne dette Pickett, Ermtnle Abbott, Her bert and James Gordon, Alvin and Louis Matulich, 81dney Clarisse, Ray mond and Corine Dugas. STRARNS TO ATTEND CON VENTION. Robley S. Stearns, president of the Standard Electric Construction Com pan of New Orleans, has left eor Buffalo, N. Y., to attend the annual convention of the National Associa tion of Electrical Coatretors and Dealers, of whiesk be i an executive olicer. Following the esaventies he will spend a few a8s It New York. a , i , ) TROOP NO. 83 BOY SCOUTS OF L AMERICA. Troop No. 32, Boy Scouts of Amer ica will hold their regular weekly meeting Saturday, July 23, at 606 Opelousas Ave., at 7 P. M. Character developmet is the real objective of the Boy Scout Move ment. Every step in the Scouting program is but a means to this end. The variety and interest of, as well as the practical knowledge insured by the tenderfoot, second-class and first-class tests are, after all, but a means for holding the interest of the boy, pledged to the Scout OATH and Law, under such leadership as will bring about character development. Likewise the whole scheme of merit badges is primarily for this same purpose. The form of troop organi zation, the scoutmaster and his as sistants, the local council, and in deed the National Council and all of its officers, are also but a means to this end. This character development mani fests itself in health, efficiency, chivalry, loyalty, patriotism and good citisenship. This is a playground troop, there wae -isleoMeage w b 9Yo grounds are aspecially wanted as members. T HR HOBNETB. The Hornets of Algiers, after re organizing and under a new manage ment, defeated the Liberty Peps of New Orleans Sunday morning at the City Park in a one-sided game by a score 12 to 4. The Pops gave up the game In the ?th inning instead of playing a full !-inning game. The featusr of the game was the hitting of B. Peres who secured four singles and a three-base hit in as many times up, and also J. Caldwell, the Hornet pitcher, who pitched a fine game In the pinches, also secur ing four hits and a eacriflee fly out of five times up and hitting one of the longest home runs tht ever was witnesed by any of the players. All of the Hornets players secured more than two hits each, and Selded a star game. The Hornets will play the strong Alanso Stars at Cleam Park Sunday morning, July 24th, at 9:20 a. ra, and the Truplano Stars in the after noon. For game, write or see the manag gqr, Joe J. Cmo, personally, any time during the afternoon. DUUIOMTPUL VUENINO. On July 11th, the fofowlng spent r a most delightful evening at Little 1 Woods: Misses Alva Salathe, Mar tha and Olga MeNeely, Christine Gib Ilia. Claire Cady, Uloise Leeart, i and Pances H erty, Messrs. . . l IWorrel, Harry Leeourt, Harvey Me Neely and A. Iawrence. FOMOR CAMP*IS TO (HANGO Captanla Jame Crips assumed command of the First Precinct Po lies Station Friday when Captain Jackssh wai graated thir# dsyS' lave 4E ahrems kSuperinteadsmt M iiOa h - ra Captain S will go to the First Predbit and Caphts Crippe will ommead the Algis police dbtrsct. Sergeit Albert Pradei will command the Algiers station for os month. TMs V. L. S. GAAnWAND AT NAVAL ~RUADOU The U. S8. Or.Sqe a arrived at the Naval Sati the purpsesa of ving Is crew 1. The Clre lad be agu bea ht feet bag and bem, p pa cew of - e -. r reain- here is'' a eir -i e. lr. Dunuy Pratt, 515 aseu It., whoa beup ougled bor a long I wfMe In te Chenlbs'hClothlui Do S partet of D. U. imaes Co.,. wa C romoted so weoc as masar o I that duprm. Mr. ?ostst pril *dr as Sewe ms n lv Week Biography Of Robert E. O'Connor LIFE-LONG RESIDENT OF WEST SIDE CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE. Robert E. O'Connor was born in Al giers. October 15th, 1875, and has re sided here all of his life. He attended the public schools. Boys High School, Soules' Commercial Col-: lege. His father died when he was quite young and notwithstanding his hav ing to assist in the support of mother ; and sisters, he completed nis educa tion by hard study and graduated from Tulane University as a lawyer in 1~99. tie was in business life and for several years connected with the cus toms service. He began to practice, law actively in 1903, and by industry and careful attention to his clients' interests built up a large practice. He has been for some years attorney and is now notary for one of the large: homestead associations of this city. In 1908 and 1910, he served in the State Senate. As there were many prominent issues before the Legisla ture at that time, his work was over looked by many of the people. During his entire public career, he was con sistenly the friend of the working man, assisted materially in the pas sage of bills for shorter hours and smaller trains for railroad men; ar dently advocated the laws against child labor and was prominent in se curing increased pay and vacations for the city firemen; he worked hard for the cause of education and to obtain money for schools and teachers. ile 1 refers proudly to his efforts in these matters and invites thorough examl nation of his record. In his practice, Mr. O'Connor has e always endeavored to avoid strife and tedious litigation, believing in the ad I justment of differences by amicable ar rangement and compromise on the t principle of the "Golden Rule", rather e than loss of time and vexatious delay and irritation in courts. During the war he served on the committee to handle the questionaires 11 and whenever the parties could not ap ap pear because of age or physical dis ability he was always willing to go any distance in sun or rain to save people trouble. By reason of age, at tainments, experience and fitness we believe him entitled to the position which he seeks, Judge of the Second City Court. Mr. O'Connor was married In 1916 to Miss Tlens VlsO and has . two children, both boys, a little less than 4 and 2 years. He has been for many years a mem ber of the Louisiana Bar Association. ! Robert O'Connor will make us a Svery Just and creditable Judge. a 0 BRITDAY PAWYT p . Mr. and Mrs. R. R!gad entertain ed a number of little folks at their e home. the occasion being the birth r day of their daughter and son. Many a games were played by the children. SDainty refreshments were served in Sabundance. Dancing was indulged " In. The children 'received many t pretty presents. Thoee present were , Mildren MeKinney, Rena Domlkague, SBSadie, Staell an Edna Daigle, Eunice t Chauvia, Estha Savey, vh Las, a Virgle Chauvin, Averetta Tauseh, r Kathertie Seward, Porence and Thelma Wattgney, Claire Wattig g ney, O. J. Malbrough, Joseph Harris, y Miles Ohauvin, Jr., OGeorge Wattig , aney, Mr. and Mrs. Emile Tansch, Mrs. . iJerry Heitmeler, Mr. and Mrs. Chau vin, Mrs. D. Kelley, Mr. ant Mrs. I. BARtguad, Mrs. W. Rice, Mrs. M. Hib y bens, Mrs. .L FP. Bunranster, Mrs. O. J. Malbrouh. NEW LEGION COMMANDER IN WAiU ')N. Hsvlg scceeded the tue Cot. F. W. Galbraith. Jr., as National Come. , assadoe the Aericar Lesim. Joh J. E was quick to agt ois a I r Thi. se pctture., r CoLL Romvel J AKYiii17fA ey". . h. a 1 rw'ýr, beuw ,·-t! iAdmiral Bryan At Naval Station TRANS~FE% R HItINGN N. O. REAR ADMIRIAL AS STATION'S HEAD. A shift in naval executive circles brings Rear Admiral Henry F. Bryan. formerly in commanl of the special service squadron in the Panama Canal Zone, to New Orleans. to take imme dia'e charge of the New Orleans Naval Stat ion at Algiers. Captain George F. Cooper, command ant at the station. was ordered to New York. Captain ('ooper left for the East Tuesday after formally giving com mand of the station to Admiral Bryan at a meeting of all department heads. The meeting was held at 10:30 a m. Admiral Bryan arrived in New Or leans early Monday morning on the SUnited Fruit steamship Metapan. ILI'E RIBI)ONS ENTERTAIN. On Monday evening. July 18th, an enjoyable evening was held at the home of Edgley Schroth. The Blue Ribbon Baseball Club gave a macaroni supper in honor of Edgley Scroth and Vernon Durand who returned from a tour of the West Saturday. July 9th. Among the many places these two Al gerines visited were Yellowstone Na tional Park, Yellowstone, Montana, Salt Lake City, Grand Canyon at Ogden, Utah. several places in Nevada, Sacramento, California, San Francis co, Los Angeles, Oakland, California, Yuma Arizona, El Paso, San Antonio, Texas; also many other interesting points. After supper Durand and Scroth made short talks on the wonderful sights they witnessed, and also told s of all they had accomplished. Music I was furnished by Steve Keen's JaLTy. Six. Then Mr. Fred Umbach enter tained the audience with a vocal so lection from "11 Trovatore." Mr. Fred r Umbach, who recently graduated in y elocution, rendered some classical toe dancing. He was the hit of the evining. e The club adjourned until next Monday. WATERMELON PARTY. o Wednesday evening Miss Esther e Cabanoil entertained a number of her t- friends at a watermelon party give 'e at her home in Belleville street. Due n ing the early part of the evenlng dame. 4 ing was indulged and many gall__ d were played. Datnty re re a were served in abundance. Thep i , is mons were cut. All left aySlli had such a woaderful time. Theo gO. ticipating wer. the Misses Myrtle ns i. Closkey, Alleia Oravols, Irenm ar SLillian (errets, Ma garet Finley, te L*Sendre, 01g Dupian, Hele Bseva Doris Ayeock, Justine IviSlad, b Ilan Koning, Lorraine Muats, Ilhi . L (frrets, Elesmore Lilly and FWhel Wilsen; Mressr Charles Gwrnts, MM ton Acker, James Currem Bertlea r Peck, O'Bries Clark, Jack Brew~, No lan and AlvIa laBlace, Ri*rde Mo, Closkey, Malcolm Andry and Wilba Barret, Mr. and Mrs. CaboleL. I - i SPLAYOROUN~B TO RAVE raggg. SVAL AND PLOWWB PARAiI The local playgrounds will hv a festival and flower-parade ea so$ urday, August 14th. All eiLdreb are invited to take part in thq fidier I parade. Miss samna eorge, the el flelent supervisor of the playgmse has planned to make the Istlral 4 - big seees and asks the all .eha l who desire to enter the flowev ri - rade send in their name to her . i. soon as possible. - In addition to the flower p~arle . there will be a band concert. -ee cream anld oP will be add.