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au -- c - - WI '.Id (Continued from Iage 1.) Ms. aAlvin M';ivney and dlaugh ter have returned ho,'ie after spend i1a the ho:.daY~ in Hattiesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Cook and c·hildren are spending awhile in the c untry the guests cf relatives. Mr. and Mri. Daigle have returned bone after sp.n'ding Some time in Thfbodaul Q.&G. Plate Lunch for busy people DAILY from 11 to 2 65c Oinwald & Gros CempSny Limited - Caml MaI 0311 61g Carnal Mala 3384 JaSi s alil ' =:At bmids, WRITE FOR SAMPLES b -Pi'fer Co. A t00iL ENGRAVERS .I ,: N - 400 - CAMP Removed We are now located at the r of Alix and Bouny . eets, where we carry same supply of School ks, School Supplies,Can Milk, Bread, Cream - ., Magazines, Soft Cigars, etc. >OEBEL'S Mr. and Mrs. C. Schexneider spent Sthe week-end in Algiers, the guests sc h- of Mrs. Malbrough. w d- Miss Eveiyn Corbett spent Sun- t dlay in Algiers. the guest of her B ,n friends. ry Mr. Ernest Vezien returned Sun-'re day morning from New York. havy-h 'i ing been called here by the death A in of his niother. p, Mrs. A. Graf entertained the at Thursday Afternoon Euchre Club. The successful players were Mrs. E. In J. Mothe. Mrs. J. A. Garland. and gi Mrs. P. O. Cafiero. Mrs. J. Walter ce Adams received the consolation. The next meeting will be at the home of S. Mrs. J. A. Garland. . Miss Lois Walter returned last .i week from Morgan City. Mr. Lucieh A. Cambrie announces it the engagement and approaching to marriage of his sister, Josephine Agnes to Mr. Kirk Henry Abbott in a this city. The wedding will take s place in the early part of February. Miss Inez Combell of Lafayette s was the guest of Miss Gertrude Fin ley for a few days last week. Miss Gertrude Finley will leave Saturday for Lafayette, La., where she will be bridesmaid at the wed ding of Miss Inez Combel. A Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Vallette an tl nounces the engagement of their ,, daughter Ruth to Mr. Thomas Ken- a nair, the wedding to take place Sat- J, urday, Jan. 14th. at 5:30 o'clock at the church of the Holy Name of Mary. m Friends of both families are invited t, through this medium to attend. a Miss Eunice Muntz entertained at M a miscellaneous shower on Sunday afternoon in honor of Miss Ruth at Vallette. su M OFFICE POSITIONS S' We are still securing POSITIONS F. for all our -mpetent graduates in Accountancy, ..tenographic- and Sec retarial courses. su Also English studies, Mechanical Drawing and Telegraphy at the 05 REASER SCHOOL & 613 Canal Street ati an AMERICAN PLEATING & ta EMBROIDERY CO. of $23 Canal Street Mi mSTITClNING. PILAT.INa, . an OLOyem CLEANED.' - FrempO 5mte. Now N1gemame-SI. FOR SALE. The b.Mtiul residence of the late Louis J. Pterson, 518 Var. re Strest, CaBld s uisa rooam, Is lu. haD mad mode covrm e leases; price $5,000. Apply * L. W. PETERSON, 220 Brmeada Street. I I Mrs. Fred Pefferkorn and little s son Wallace of Alexandria, La.. who were called here by the death of the former's father, the late George r Baker, have returned home. Joseph P. Drumm and family, Sresidents of Gretna for many years, -have taken up their residence in Algiers, where Mr. l)rumm recently purchased the Marxen home in Del aronde Street. .Judge Emlile Leonhard presided in the Third Recorder's Court. at Al igiers, Monday, in the absence of Re r corder Duffy. who is ill at his home. SThe Misses Margaret Euper and f Sadie Durab have retiurned to St. .;ohl's Academy to resume their t studies. Mrs. I,. Tufts is spending awhile 9 in Raceland, the guest of her daugh ter, Mrs. Horace Nelson. . Mr. Harvey McNeeley is spending a few days with his parents in Abita e Springs. Messrs. Rector and North spent Sunday in Harahan, the guest of Mhc. Sand Mrs. Prados. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kinberger of New York City was i baptized Sunday, January 8th at St. - Matthew's Lutheran Church by Rev. A. Wismar. The little one received the name of William Jay. the spon sors being Miss Adrienne Kinberger and Mr. Loui3 Munstermann (proxy J. C. Kinberger). The Misses Aimee and Lucille Pire maux and Amy Beauregard. have re turned to their home in Lafayette, after spending awhile with Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Primaux of Delarondestreet. The Once a Month Euchre Club met at the home of Mrs. E. J. Mothe. The successful players were: Mrs. E. J. Mothe, Mrs. F. Yuratich and Miss Stella Abribat. Miss Lena Krogh re ceived the consolation. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. F. Facuis on January 25th. Sts. John Social Club will give a subscription dance at Masonic Hall on Saturday, January 21st. Music will be furnished by the Jazzola 41Bx Orchestra. Mrs. Armstrong and Miss lone Arm strong of Sedus. La., are guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Riley. Capt. and Mrs. J. A. Garland enter tained the following at dinner last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Truxillo, of Glyn, La.; 'Miss Marie Tircuit of Morganza; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams and daughter Hilda, Mrs. Ed Martin and children. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. En twisle and little daughter, Mrs. Frank Skelly and daughter and Miss Margaret Garland. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schneider of 312 Eliza Street, entertained at din ner on Sunday In honor of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. DenHerder of Grana Rapids, Mich., and Mr. Sidney Schneiper of Galveston. Texas. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Blan chard, (nee Maud Corcoran), of 434 Bermuda street, a girl. BREAUX-On Mdonday, Jan. 9th, at 1:30 o'clock a. m., Delphine roret, wife of Pergus Breaux. Deceased was a native of Lockport and was forty years old. The funeral tookt place Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock from the residence of her brother, A. Foret, 617 Olivier Street. Interment was in St. Bartholomew Cemetery. DELLAM--On January 5th, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., Mary Dellam, died at the age of forty-three years. Deceased was a native of Algier. The funeral took place Friday, Jan. 6th, at 3 o'clock p. m., from her late residence, 223 Elaisa Street. In terment was in St. Bartholomew Cemetery. ORAGNON-On Sunday at 3:30 o'clock p. m., Elenore Gragnon, sister BIENVILLE MEAT MARKETS Sell Cheaper Today than 20 years ago No. 1 ROYAL STREET BRANCH Royal and Bienville Sts, 2 blocks from Canal. No. 2 MEMORY BRANCH Tulane Ave. Corner ISpex St. Omar M,,bet nra 8111 Jesette, near C(rroet Ave. AL.M a if Mrs. Barthet Rodick, died at thi ige of fifty-fve years. Deceasec was a native of New Orleans, bu iad resided here for the past ter ears. The funeral took place Mon lay morning at 9:30 o'clock fron ier late residence, 419 Seguir itreet. Interment was in St. Vin ent de Paul Cemetery. BAKER-On Friday at 1 o'clocl . m.. George C. Baker, husband o da Gisch died at the age of fifty "Give God A Chance" Who Is This Gipsy Smith? Gipsy Smith, now more than 60 years of age, is a man of remarkable attainments. From the humble Gipsy tent of his birth, he has attained an enviable reputation, not only as a preacher of the Gospel, but as an orator as well. Gipsy Smith does not resort to sensationalism, but speaks with a directness and an earnestness that carries conviction. In! Boston, Chicago, Indianapolis, Pittsburg, and the scores of other cities where he has spoken, thousands were turned away nightly for lack of accomodation. Even Kansas City's enormous auditorium, seating 18;000 people, was inade quate. New Orleans' Largest Auditorium The Gipsy Smith Tabernacle, Clio between St. Charles and Prytania, seating more than 5000, is the largest auditorium in the city. The seats are so arranged to give evey one'a clear view of the speaker, and an amplifier over the platform will carry his voice to all parts of the building. Choir Of 500 Voices One of the biggest features of the Gipsy Smith Meetings will be the singing of the big choir of 500. voices. This is possibly the largest chorus that has ever sung in the South, and will be under the direction of Wm. McEwan, Gipsy Smith's Song Leader. Admission Free The Gipsy Smith Mleetings Daily Except Saturday Tabernacle 7:45 P. NM. St. Charles Theater 12 to 1 P. M. • ,, , · . . . _, . == = • ," the six years. Deceased was a native 1 sed of Gretna, but nac5 resided here for o'cl but the past fifty years. He was a mem-: nee ten ber of Orange Camp No. 8. W. O. W. eea on-i The funeral took place Saturday and om afternoon at 3 o'clock from the resi- ma uinl dence of his son-in-law. McKinley Sut in-I 'ezien. 837 Opelousas Avenue. ; fro l Funeral services were held at MIt caI Eck Olivet Episcopal Church. Rev. T. B. I 'o of ('lifford officiating. Interment was I ty- in McI)onoghv.:e Cemetery. tm., ve VEZIEN-On Thursday at 10:05 th or o'clock p. m.. Mrs. lypolite Vezien na m-i nee Wilhelmina Buhler died. I)e- re (., ceased wa- a nativ e ,tf Nw Orleans. eit ay and had resided in our district for Mh si- many years. The funeral took place thi ey Suiuday afternoon at " :::ui c'lock Ir ie. from her late residence,. :1: .Mor- St! It gan Street. Intermient was in Mc- tot B. I onoghville ('eneter}. 'as ('I.ESI-On Sunday at 7 o'clock p. , I:I., Mrs. Antonio ('lesi. aged seventy-ý ,lU three years 'Iiel. ikceeased was a native of ('uonte.<a. Itlhy. biut had resided here for tihe past forty ei ght yeatrs. The futneral t tok place \ottlay aft ano it a. o )cloi'k from the. resi(IetlI' of he~r won -tn-law, I'rank ( a sta rog. .iteanni. loos)a .'li Street. Int.-rna.n"t «hi-h Was priýat." too(k plat e iii Metair'ie ('a'moatenv. tI . ºýc·llt H ill II. r" t ; t .1f. 1'" , : tI i ri.;.