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HOLY NAME OF MARY SCHOOL The following names are on the honor roll for good conduct for the month of October: Eighth Grade - Flavia McKernan. Amy Brechtel, Athea Burlett, Augusta Estalot, Rosalind Crowley, Mary C. Wiegman, Karoma Robichaux, Mary Younger, Mercedes Tompson, Mal colm Strassel, Leslie Duplan, Bernard Cummings, Robert Ripp, Edward Nea fus, Clarence Lightell, Walter Good wyne. ! Seventh Grade - Ethel Anderson, Imelda Bourgeois, Theresa Jones, Marjorie Strassel, Delta Bergeron, Gertrude Martinez, Josie Sunseri, Henrietta Goodwyne, Louise Chauvin,. Harry Tompson. Harry O'Brien, Ben jamin Olivier. Theodore Lala. Names of pupils acquiring honor marks in the following subjects: Eighth Grade Flavia McKernan: Catechism 99, spelling 100. geography 100, Bible history 100. 1U. S. history 100. appli cation 95, neatness 95. Malcolm Strassel: Catechism 99, Bible history, 100, spelling 94, geog raphy 100, U. S. history 100, appli cation 95, neatness 95. Bernard Cumimngs: Catechism 90, Bible history 90. spelling 92. geog raphy 95, U. S. history 90, application 95, neatness 95. Helen Huckins: Catechism ,90, Bible history 100. spelling 90, geog raphy 100, U. S. history 100, appli cation 95. neatness 95. Augusta Estalot: Catechism 99, Bible history 100, spelling 90. geog raphy 98, U. S. history 95, application 95, neatness 90. Rosalind Crowley: Catechism 95. Bible history 100. geography 93. U. S. history 92, application 90, neatness 90. Dorothy Wilson: U. S. history 90. Elsie Oswald: Arithmetic 93. Althea Burlett: Catechism 9S, Bible history 95. application 90, neatness 90. Monica Brown: Application 90. Clarence Lightell: Application 90, neatness 90. John Ashyen: Bible history 90. Seventh Grade Imelda Bourgeois: Catechism 100. spelling 96, language 100, geography 100, Bible history 100, U. S. history 95, application 100, neatness 100. Theresa Jones: Catechism 90, spell ing 100, language 100, geography 90, Bible history 100, U. S. history 95, application 100. neatness 100. Marjorle Strassel: Catechism 100, spelling 98, language 100, geography 100, application 90, neatness 100. Ruth Borne: Catechism 90, spell ing 92, Bible history 90, application 95. Eleanor Quinn: Catechism 100, ap plication 90, neatness 100. Marguerite Suchand: Catechism 90, language 90, arithmetic 90, Bible his tory 95, application 90. Audrey Sommerville: Catechism 100, spelling 96, language 90, geog raphy 90, Bible history 90, U. S. his tory 95, application 90. Gertrude Martines: Catechism 100, spelling 96, language 100, geography 100, Bible history 100, U. S. history 956, application 100. Josie Sunseri: Catechism 95, lan guage 95, geography 90, Bible history 95,. application 100, neatness 100. Henrietta Goodwyne: Catechism 100, spelling 92, arithmetic 100, lan guage 90, geography 90, Bible history 90, application 100, neatness 100. Louise Chauvin: Catechism 95, lan guage 96, geography 90, Bible history 95, U. S. history 95, application 100. Ethel Anderson: Bible history 95, geography 91. spelling 96, IaagadR Ladies' New and Emporium Inc. and Misses' 629 CANAL STREET Novel Rkady-to-Wear Downtown Side---Near Royal Street Accessories A Remarkable.Friday Special SILK AND WOOL DRESSES At the Emporium The new shop that is already known for its wonderful values offers a collection of dresses that will astound one in beauty, extent and value $7.75 Twelve Different Styles You cannot realize how remarkable they are until you come. - Included are Dresses of Crepe de Chine, in draped models; some with plated side panels, flowing sleeves; trimmings of braid, embroidery, cabouchons or nov eity ornaments. And a lovely showing of Tricotine in tailored effects.. , * Color. : Black, Navy and 1Browns. Sizes 16 to 44 90,. U. S. history 90, application 9b neatness 90. Theodore Lala: Catechism 93, arith metic 90, Bible history 95, language 90, reading 90, U. S. history 94, writ ing 90, application 95, neatness 90. Robert Younger: Bible history 90. Harry Tompson, Bible history 90. William Short: Bible history 90. Simeon Shields: Bible history 90. Benjamin Olivier: Bible history 90. Albert Diket: Bible history 90. Malcolm Donner: Biole nistory 90. Lilitan Hughes: Bible history 95. Mercedes Tompson: Bible history 90. Harry O'Brien: Bible history 90, U. S. history 90. ADOLPH MEYER SCHOOL. Civic Leagues have been organized in all grades above the third, the following officers having been elected to serve during this ternm: Eight Grade -"Junior Helpers" r President. Leola t'mbach; Vice l'resi dent, Arthur liotard; Secretary. Elizabeth Costello; Treasurer, Mar guerite Rogers. Seventh Grade-"JuntIor Workers of the Seventh Grade --l'resident. Myri Brechtel; Secretary. Irma Val lette; Treasurer. irmadean Simon. Sixth Grade-"Junior Workers" President,. John Whelan; Vice-l'resi dent, Ethel Maronge. Secretary, Gladys Grundmneyer; Treasurer, Lydia Camp Sbell; Reporter. Nora Hlingle. "Fifth Grade Civic League --l'resi dent. Harold Ernst; \ ice-l'resident, Lloyd Collette; Secretary. William SI Habighorst ; Treasurer. Raymond Wattigney. Fourth Grade Motto-"Carry On" S-President. Harold Wall; Vice-l'resi Stdent. Carl Brechtel; Secretary. Sid ney Malborough; Treasurer. Priscilla Lutz. The Co-operative club is still active in its efforts to obtain a Kindergarten for this district. The committee has arranged for a conference with Mr. Schaumberg before again presenting Sthe petition to the New Orleans SSchool Board. .The meeting of the -Co-operative club has been postponed from Wed ), nesday to Thursday, November the second. As this will be a very im portant meeting, the president re quests full attendance. SThe following children have re ceived perfect marks in Spelling and y rapid Arithmetic: Arithmetic. I- Seventh Grade A-George Tierney. D, Clancy Heurtin, Mary Nepveux. Ray , mond Grundmeyer. Seventh Grade B-Angeline Chag . nard. Raymond Roche, Minnie Bou y dreaux, Ulyse Wattigney, Ben Can tin; William Bommer. - Sixth Grade A-Ethel Maronge. n Sixth Grade B-Lydia Campbell. Fifth Grade A-Floyd Guillot, Har old Ernst, George Tierney, Aaron Edgecombe. ) Fifth Grade B-Henrietta Smith, SThelma Wattigney, Vera Begue, Max ime Hebert Leonce Hebert, Elise SLassere, Laurence Robichaux. Leslie Collins. SFourth Grade B--Priscilla Lutz. Al lan Barnes, John Brechtel, Pierre ' Folse. y Fourth Grade B-Leonide Serpas, Rhea Simon, glen Sutherland, Jeanne Lassere, Laura Fabian, Loretta Tier ney, Mathilda Richards, Mamie Sutherland, Niel Maronge, Leighton m Bergeroa. n. Third Grade A-Tom Beaudean, SAnatol Beaudreaux, Melba Camp bell. Sidney Bieber. Henry Brand. n- Third Grade A-Maggie Malbrough. -y Leah Saling, William Whelan. Valera 0. Habighorst. 5, Secold Grade A-Alvera Ernst, MChristian Lutz, Grace Nepveux, TI r.:r .: p_2l >": > ... . .. AT THfE bar fir fi) ;a fur -4a the Nth lei Fe ba * 'fill 'hpe ______________ __ ___ sh Juanita Serpas. Selina Folse. Betty Johnson. Eulalle Heert Aubert Hebert. Arthur Johnson Lionel Parr, Malcom Schultz. Spelling. Eight Grade B-Earl Cooper, Joseph Breitling. Elizabeth Costello Amelia Serpas. b Seventh Grade A-Myrl Brechtel e Thelma Sutherland. George Tierney Arthemine Umbach. Seventh Grade-Angeline Chagnard. e Cecil Coleman. Martha Schulter Altheat Wattigney. Sixth Grade A-William Hynes. e Frances Travia, Ethel Maronge r Camille Costello. e n Sixth Grade A-Lydia Campbell. Nora Hingle. Adolph Hotard Thelma SArsago, Florence Begue. Mike Evola. SFifth Grade A-Clayton Beaudean Aron Edgecombe. ,. Fifth Grade B-Jackson Molaisson, a Elise Lassere, John Caruso. Maxime Hebert, Mary Caruso. t. Fourth Grade A-Muriel Gallin K. house. Gladys Crabtree. Marie y Hebert. Elvira Foucha, Roy Bourg, ident rt Merlyn Smith. Verner Lejeune, Carl Alvin rechtel, Alice Duhon, Bernard La- Treat coste. On, Fourth Grade B-Thelma Sanborn, enth 'Lucille Breaux, John Brechtel, Allan Presi a Barnes. ident Fourth Grade B-Aldea Rogers, Vilnc oretta Tierney, Niel Maronge, Flor- Lea ence Eddy. Ellen Sutherland. Math- Richi lda Richards. David Gebs. Vice Third Grade A-Tom Beaudean, retar r, Anatol Beaudreaux, Melba Campbell, Si idney Weber. Henry Brand. Pres Third Grade A-William Whelan, Presi e. Leah Saling. Rodney Duhob . Ludo Third Grade B-Judith Plaisance. Sil I, a Fonseca. Juanita Shores. Clair ney, s Wattigney. Bertha M. Collins. Esther Presi a. Breaux. Adam Laumanm. Opal Cole- tary man Go Second Grade A-Alvera Ernest, 5th , Christiana Lutq. Grace Nepveq. dent ie Juanita Serpas, Arthur Johnson, Mal- Willi olm Schultz. Selina Folse. Betty O'Do Johnson. Eulalie Herbert Aubert 3 Heberg, Lionel Parr. * ger, reta: CTIVITITES OF McDONOGH No. 4. Le Mr. Frank Beler, Chief Physical orgal Director of the New Orleans Public Schools, came to the School last week to stir up interest among the boys in athletics. As the Basket-ball eason has already begun, the Direc or suggested that the boys of Mc- aske Donogh No. 4. organtize a team and sens ry for the city championship. Judg- year ng by the way the boys talked, they Ave re quite interested and in the near Ker future intend to take steps to get last p a good team. begi Miss Jeanne Scott, Physical Direc- Wed tor, came over last week to give the , boys lessons in Physical Exercise. has She was indeed well pleased, judging atre from the report handed in. two Mr. William Frants one of the re- run iring members of the School Board, in C was over to bid the teachers and ally, boys, not good-bye but "au revoir." city. We are sorry to see him leave as a unqi member of the Board and we sin- whe I cerely hope to have him in our midst for real often. With him, were Messrs, thou C. Shaumberg and Jacob Schlosser cloe members of the School Board. ask Dr. E. J. de Aeyna and Miss M. 'l Gauche were over to attend to the alik vaccination of the boys. an We are more than pleased to see e hat Miss Grace Averill was appointed ac as a member of the Executive Com- suc mittee, of the Orleans Parish. Teach- mexp era Association, at their last meeting. stag Miss Ellen O'Donnell, one of our so eachers, was ill for a few days last Cer week, but we are pleased to state has that she is now feeling well enough to to take up her duties again. . During the course of the last two Bat weeks the boys have been doing hay some real serious work in the organ- ing Ization of Civic Leagues. The work that thus far done has been of great ben- ro eflit to the entire school, teachers as and well as pupils. T Following is a list of the officers afte and names of the Leagues of the . various classes. stal Junior Citizens of the Eight Grade Lo A--George Rihner, President; Edward whi Aucoin, Vice-President; Ralph Ryan, L' Secretary; Alexander PFacius, Treas- The frer. CoIt The Douglas White Civic League of Wg the Ugsh 3aB-Ross Utenakne, Fres- onr ident; Faler Armitage. Vice-President; Alvin Reed, Secretary; Clyde Hargis, Treasurer. T Onward Civic League of the Sev- are enth Grade A-Wallace Lauland, are President; Roland Savoy, Vice-Pres- lar ident; Luclen Ahysen. Secretary; 0 Vincent Trauth, Treasurer. atte ta r , League of the Seventh B-Ernest absr Richter. President; Carroll Bond. silk Vice-President; Thomas Duffy, See- hav retary; Nolan Richard, Treasurer. awa Sixth A. Grade---Chester Wooten, I ribi President; Harold Richards, Vice- nui President; George Stassi. Secretary; ing Ludovic Gerrets, Treasurer. j Sixth Grade B-Emmett Wattig- are ney, President; Louis Mahoney, Vice- rep President; Hayes Bergeron, Secre- cha tary and Treasurer. Lea Gold Star League of the 4th A and the S5th B Grades-Charles Haag, Presit- oth dent; Nouble Richard. Vice-President; act - William Gillech, Secretary; Miss E. SO'Donnell. Treasurer. 3 A and 4 B Grades-Joseph Sten ger. President; Earl Molaison, Sec. 'I retary. exp Leagues in remaining classes to be hug organized later. mei I ________________ OrI - erc TULANE Chi hol l "Can you keep a secret?" 17 That is the question you will be be asked before you see "The Bat," the at Ssensational dramatic success of all Th years, by Mary Roberts Rinehart and ent Avery Hopwood. which Wagenhals & Ly r Kemper present at the Tulane The- Tic t ater for a return engagement with Ho last season's great cast, for the week - beginning November 5, with matinees Wednesday and Saturday. "The Bat," as you probably know, has proven the sensation of the the atre. It has played for more than two years in New York and has run of over one year to its credit . in Chicago. the longest run. incident Sally, ever scored by any play in that city. Moreover, it has proven an a unqualified triumph wherever and i- whenever it has been seen-Londo it for example, still raves over it, s, though it has been there now for r close to a year. And everyone is asked to keep its secret. [. The fact that critics and public e alike have kept faith with both authors and managers In preserving the secret of the play has had not - da little to do with its astounding success. Without a doubt the un expected climax of "The Bat" fb the most surprising finish to a play ever staged, and it is this climax that is r so carefully guarded as a secret. It Cerain it is that not one person who e has ever seen the play has been able h to guess its finish in advance. Some critics have described "The o Bat" as a dramatic smash. Others g have contented themselves with tell in. g their readers that it is a play k that holds the audience breathless Sfrom start to finish. Still others- Sand they have been many-speak of "The Bat" as a play that will furnish ra topic of conversation for weeks after it has come and gone. "The Bat" is presented exactly as staged in New York, Chicago and London, and with an exceptional cast, which includes Lisszzie Evans, William SL. Thorne, Josephine Morse, Gretchen Thomas, Herbert Delmore, Harry La Cour, Joseph M. Holicky, George SWilson, John Mackenzie and John SGraham Spacey. BELLEVILLE SCHOOL Ga ph The morning exercises on Monday Nt Sare largely patriotic. The color guards - are changed. In addition to the regu lar salute, a national anthem is sung. On Monday reports are given for attendance, as effecting absence and t tardiness. The class showing no absence will be the custodian of the Ssilken flags of the school. The room having, no tardiness for the week is awarded a bow of red, white or blue , ribbon or a gold star according to the `number of preceeding weeks show ing no tardiness. The morning exercises on Friday "are held for the purpose of giving of reports by the different Red Cross chapters and the different Civic Leagues. Of especial interest was d the report of the Seventh Grade. The I. other grades will participate in the activities planned by this grade. HOLY NAME RALLY The Holy Name rally this year is expected to be larger than ever. A s e huge parade of all the loly Name t members of the aechdiocese of New Orleans will be held on Nov. 19. Ex ercises will be held in St. Joseph's 7 Church. The Algiers Branch will hold its annual retreat on Nov. 16, 17 and 18. Funds *for the rally will a e be raised by a benefit show given e at the H. N. G. C. Hall on Nov. 15. 11 The committee in" charge of the d entertainment consists of Messrs. F. E Lyncker, C. Deming and G. Belanger. e- Tickets may be bought from any h Holy Name member for ten cents. FRANK C "THE SOLE M. MISS EDNA W.* MAKER OF REMOVABLE ORTHODONr Announces the Removal ofH No. 414 GODCHAUX I61 " Main 7055 Face Casts Madeof Lias $100,000 MONEY BIGGEST SALE OF Ti We must sell 100.000.00 worth of l the year so we have reduced the prices , store. We have a very large stock of shou to is ý Ladies, Misses and Children coati, thM Wg these coats before making your purchasl" I on them. Everything in Ready-to-Wear for the h DON'T MISS THIE HANDEL Baronne and Poydras Sts. T PAtLeA Th Wilson ,1,i.h as any of oi.. in the Or... Tey a t,4 or distillers. " I ,'dl there has "T* on as to their a E i called "The \'iola Rudeil ar s r "xponents I'" '""t are a oaa I,a1ckage call.ed h I In vaudeville ,o a fine bit "fW41 •,th music. The turot aaclro 14 " dlancing % ',rk they have 4 ,,I skill and fe'a Th,. average chQ t.,rtunate it he has :",lth has two. ls . I ..r of double, H t i. without doubl t imal soprano. Ri4 ; t .nor. For the last hait , vrrybody knowPMs Is assisted by a l I.,L. who is Dancing !Dsrte',, offer a combintig idances caNed, You". Figures play as bank accounts. ja is not an ezepl . is a capable ai tier partner, Bert atile as she is a a big bunch d ass for a bit which thell fly and the Cat." There is a new t i bringing into the a triple allaale ea fun. Sharkey. k the individuals he the combiaati in, is of the vlall~ i l by Mr. Roth,'who n Mr. Hewitt is the tenor voice, ul MI. as one of the origiWgg Fellows." A dancing aslzttam Gilmore, a chlmtir ballerina preseae a Is there afth g filing system. N perienced tral b If so they have b the humoresgee H. N. G, Friday, Nov.. Royal Mester "SpoolAs show 7 p. m.; Sunday. Nhe.'1 Game"-' liTom plorer"-BooSth day News. Fist - rds hgu th he m and no the ic wais Tlue the day the r is i l As 16.e w sie .F. ger. any ymig ts.