FHrsT NAPTES CUVUCK or
Sunday School-Sunday 9:45 a. m.
Preaching-Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30
13. Y. P. U.., Junior and Senior-Sun
day evening 6:30 at K. of P. Hall.
Prayer Meeting-Wednesday 7:15 p.
m., at Pastors' home. 230 Verret St.
CBURCH OF THE HOLY NAMI OW
Verret and Ali Its.
Rev. M. A. Cotter, Perish Priest; Rev.
J. Guinan, Rev. E. P. McGrath and Rev
B. Hayes. assietants.
Phone. Algiers 678.
Week Dayo--Masses. 8, 6:30 and 7.
Sunday-4 6:30. 7:30. 9 and IL
Rev. C. C. Wier. pastor: residence. !k
Ottvier St. Phone Algiers 138.
Sunday-ll a. m. and 7:.0 p. >iw
Wednesday Prayer Meeting-7:30 p. m.
MT. OLIVET (H'R('CH.
Pellcan Ave. and Olivier .t.
Rev. Ni.hol:s ilghtor. lector.
Resldelnce. 325 flivier St.
Sunday 7:30 a. n.-- H..ly (I ullllnioullln.
Sunday School. 9:30 a. n. Morninlg I'rajer
and Sermon, 101 4; a. . Ei.l.Eilng P rayer
and sermon, 7:30 p. m.
TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
Corner Olivler and Eliza Sts.
Rev. W. H. Hafner. lRes.. 435 Olivier St
Phone Algiers 240.
Sunday-8:30 a. mn.
Sunday School-9:30 a. m.
Thrsday-7:30 p. m.
eLtst Church of Christ Sienatist. a branc
at the Mother Church to Bosteo. Edifice
Nashville Avenue and Garfield street. suw
day services at 11 a. m.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Wednesday evening service at 8 p. m.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH.
Rev. James B. Albert. SS. J.. Pastor
Masses Sunday and Holy Days. 6:00 and
9:00. Sunday School after 9:00 mass
Baptisms. Sunday, 4 p. m. Sunday night
Service. 7:30 p. m. Holy Hour Thursday.
7-8 p. m. Week Day Mass, 6:30 a. m,
Confessions, Saturday, afternoon and
Methodist Church Notes
Rev. C .C. Wier, Pastor. Residence
29e Ollvicr, Phone Alg 13. e
Last Sunday morning we missed
many faces from the service; some C
of these were from the Men's Choir I
and other prominent workers. Some
are out of the city and some have h
had sickness and some bereave
ment and sorrow. There was, how
ever, good music, consisting of an
anthem, and a solo by Mr. H. Wynn
Rickey. At night, we had a splendid
congregation, though 'a large 'part
of the congregation was made up
of guests. Mizpah Choir had some
very beautiful music. There was a
splendid anthem and a very pretty
duet by Mmes. B. H. Blakeman and C
T. J. Orrell, Jr. The congregation N
appreciates the splendid work done L
by our Choirs, which adds so much I"
to the interest in the service.
Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Lynch are C
giving a house party at their home I a
at Clear Creek, Rapides Parish, near au
Lecompte. Among those from here el
that we know as being included are R
Capt. and Mrs. C. J. Zatarain, the al
family of Mr. J. P. Walters, Mrs. tt
Rooney. To this number will be b
added some other from Morgan of
City and Lafayette, making a total I G
of about twenty-two.
On Friday, July 13. occurred the ic
death of Mr. Henry Krohn, at the D
home of his sister, Mrs. Wm. Senat, m
308 Olivier street, and from which
place he was buried the following 1(
day in McDonogh Cemetery with to
Rev. C. C. Wier officiating. Mr.
Krohn had been sick and confined lb
to his room for about nine months, l
a victim of the great white plague. tt
He died at peace surrounded by his
loved ones, who had ministered to ti
him so tenderly during his sickness. l
He has three sisters, who survive
him, Mmes. Wm. 8enat, J. T. Ramos
and W. J. Nash. His pall bearers tl
were his six nephews, who with
other loved one mourn his taking. a
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To Swoe To Eanm
FOR THAT RAINY
Start an account with this Bank and provide
for that rainy day. You'll be on the safe side
of the ledger, once you begin the saving habit.
Get a Home Savings Bank
For Each Member of the Family
UI Pattersea Seeat
Mr. IEdgar Cayard, Mmnager
Trust and Savings Bank
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We extend to these our sympathy
and earnestly pray that the Com
forter may come.
p On July 13, Mr. Nathan Johnson,
eighty-eight years dieq. He was
buried from the home of his grand
son, Mr. A. Suberville, 725 Patter
1 son street, the following day, Rev.
C. C. Wier officiating. He had been
a resident of Algiers for sixty-eight
years, having moved here from his
home in Jackson, Ill., when he was
twenty years of age. He had only
one son, Mr. Nathan Johnson, Jr.,
who with his nine grand children
survive him. To these we express
sympathy and pray that God may
comfort. At the close of the burial
services, taps were sounded by a
retired army man.
On Tuesday, July 18, 1922, oc
curred our first wedding in the new
Church, when Mr. T. J. Williams of
Memphis, Tennessee, and Miss Ida
Louise Harvey, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. McEkron, were united in
marriage, the Rev. C. C. Wier of
ficiating. Miss Harvey touched our
Church life at many points, being
an officer of the Epworth League
and one of our Sunday School teach
ers and a member of Mispah Choir.
While we congratulate Mr. Williams
and wish for the young couple, in
their future home, all of the
blessings possible, we acknowledge
our loss and pray the blessings of
God upon them.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bell of Amer
icus. George, were recent guests of
Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Bell, 237 Ber
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glaser of
1027 Masant Street, were visit
ing friends in Algiers last Sunday.
Miss Beatrice Hebert, who has
been employed in the city for some
months, has resigned and will re
turn to her home in Raceland, La.
The Epworth Leaguers gave a fine
truck ride and watermelon party
last Saturday night
Catechism class meets Friday at
the Church, 3:30:
Services next Sunday at 11 a. m.,
and 7:45 p. m.
by Mount Olivet Church
Pelican Ave. at Olivier St.
Rev. S. L. Vail, Acting Priest,
Phones: Office, Jackson 1215;
t Sunday. the 23rd. Inst. the Sixth
is Sunday after Trinity. the Rev.
Nicholas Rightor, will hold the fol
lowing services: Celebration of the
Holy Eucharist at 7:30 a. m. Church
School at 9:30 a. m. Morning Prayer
and Sermon at 10:45 a. m. Evening
`y Prayer and Sermon at 7:30 at night.
I During the past five months the
a Rev. Sidney L. Vail of the Church
of the Annunciation has been in
. Icharge of Mt. Olivet Parish, by ap
p polntment of the Bishop of the Dio
Scese. His activities have been nec
~ essarily limited to the holding of the
d regular services of the church which
have been conducted without inter
t* ruption, and to answering calls wher
ever his services were desired. To
g all such calls he has gladly responded
e with promptness.
With the coming of the Rev.
Nicholas Rightor all the various
activities of parochial work will
Comue Olivier and ulsa Streets,
W. . Halmer, Paste.
401 OUvier St. Phm. Algiers, 340.
Once more the pastor makes the
a request that all members interested
e in a Lutheran High School or Col
s. lege, return the cards given out at
L our church recently. If the members
e do not respond the committee cannot
y tell whether the people want such
an institution or not. If you do not
even return these cards, it will be
useless to continue any such plans.
The lack of interest will be sufficient
warning that such an institution will
not receive the proper support. If you
are interested in such a Lutheran
- High School or College, sit down now
and All out that card.
The Trinity Junior Society meets
at the home of Blanche Vanderlinden
Friday night. The newly confirmed
members of our church are kindly
urged to come and join our Junior
Church of the Holy"
Name of Mary
Lucille Rita, daughter of Olivier
Bourgeois, and Bernadette Dumesnil
of 736 Pacific Avenue. Sponsors,
Doris and Philip Steckler.
Josephine, daughter of Pascal Tal
luto and Sarah Mensilo of $18 Alix
street. Sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Hy.
Dorothy June Rita, daughter of
Oscar Marcour and Velda LeBlane of
429 Opelousas Avenue. Sponsors,
Rachel and Milton Marcour.
Jeanne Marie, daughter of Walter
Durand and Annette Marie of 621
Pelican Avenue. Sponsors, John C.
Durand and Christine Haag.
Ruth Rita. daughter of John D.
Langford and Emily R. Hints. Spon
sors. Warren Hotard and Mrs. Amelia
Donald Michael, son of Albert Tul
lier and Clara Pennisson of 610 Web.
ster Street. Sponsors, Mr. and Mrs.
H. N. . C. THEATRE.
Prday, July 21.-"The Wise Kid,"
Gladys Walton. "With 81taley in
Africa," George Walsh. 'A Thosand
A Week," Comedy.
8unday, July 13.-"The More Ix.
ceilent Way," Anita Stewart. "e
tween The Act," Comedy, Larry
Semao. International News.
Tuesday, July 2.--Dn sero
Little Demon," Marie Pr
"MatehIg Wits" Art Aeon "A
ihakey hi Tree," Comedy, N
TROOP No. 32, GOING TO C-MP.
Troop No. 32 will carry its flag
for the first time into the N. O. C.
I. S. Council Scout Camp, fol
lowed by Scouts Richard Stenhouse,
Roy Drumm, Alvin Covell, Frederick
Kramer, Vincent Trauth, Joseph
Koenigh. Christie Babin, William
LeBlanc, Edward Miller, Wellman
Bond and August Wolverton.
This will be troop 32's first real
summer camping trip, it having just
been organized last fall.
The New Orleans Council Boy
Scout Camp is located at Covington,
Louisiana. situated on the banks of
the Rogue Falaya river and sur
rounded by numerous pine trees. It
is considered by health experts to be
the healthiest location within the
State of Louisiana.
Self-preservation which a Scout
learns in his camplife and in making
use of the things in which he is in
structed, makes him far more useful
to himself and to his community. In
structions in First Aid, Life Saving
as well as Cooking are among the
many things which are carefully
taught a Boy Scout in his Camp life.
Happened At Meeting
"Gee, but won't we have fun" Scout
Roy Drumm said as he looked upon
the face of Scout "Fat" Stenhouse
and "Fat" replied "You tell em boy:
It is only we scouts than can enjoy
such things as camping trips."
Little Joseph Koenig while all was
silent said. 'They, Stenhouse and
Drumm tell us that there is at the
Spresent day a special attraction at
I the Boy Scout Camp. I have been
h wondering ever since what they really
i TROOP NO. 33, BOY
n SCOUTS OF AMERICA.
Meeting was held last week with
a large attendance. Scoutmaster
e Hughes was in charge.
h Among the many interesting sub
jects discussed was the forming of
r- a football team, Elmer Grundmeyer
, was elected captain and John Brechtel,
Meetings have been suspended un
til school opens. The troop will then
a reorganise and relebrate with a
II macaroni supper given by Scoutmaster
Alaska has a eal summer and a
The poorest man on earth Is the
Happily, the flapper will gradually
, outgrow h",- bobbed hair.
A Homestead Shatow t That Any Man or Woman Can Understand
t. DIXIE A
Greatest Homestead South
WILLIAM J. SONNEMANN
Seretary-Tremaser mad Director-Manger
30th SEMI-ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT AS OF JUNE 30th, 1922
THE DIXIE HOMESTEAD
For Full Paid Stock Issued................ .........$,20,800.00
Running Stock and Dividend Thereon ...... ............ 764,49782
Liability--Under Incomplete Loans........ ............. 8625.18
Our Total hidebtedness ....................... .......$1,982,923.00
OWES TO MEMBERS
The management of an efficient, economical and conservative Homestead
Association has this indebtedness always in mind and they arrange their assets
so uas to be able to meet any request for payment.
WE DON'T OWE $1.00 TO ANY BANK
TO PAY OUR INDEBTEDNESS--WE HAVE
Vendors Lien Mortgage Notes of Members, Pay
able Every Four Weeks .............$1,96,800.00
Property Under Construction and Incomplete
Loans to Members Payable Every Four
Weeks ............................. 56,376.67
Total ............................. $2,017,176.67
Stock Loans to Members Due in 30, 60 and 90 Days ............ 262
Liberty Loan, Victory Bonds and War Savings Stamps.......... 13,334.00
Cash on Hand and With Banks ............................................... 14,712.41
Office Furniture and Fixtures ..... ............... ..... 805.34
Resources to Meet Our Indebtedness .............................$2,071,700.92
THIS LEAVES A SURPLUS OF ..........................$ 8777.92
This surplus of $88,777.92 belongs to our members, after all debts for
Full Paid Stock, Running Stock and our Liability under incomplete loans are
paid and s a sguarantee fund upon which we want you to join the
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