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AND AMl A :an BDGÂLÜSA, LA./ïHUR3DAySffi)VEiIBEE -f| lÿlA. —• ' ■•- ngifafM i ■ Number 47 ù .USA FIRST AMERICA TO GO OVER jet With Mayor Sulli van Chairman Also First tin the Entire South to Go Over the Top. Be&alusa was the first city in the to go over the top in the yted War Work Campaign d" ve ^ % Sullivan added new honors ■ Bogalpsa, Washington parish and s district composed of Washington; Tammany, St. Helena and Tangi jjoa' parishes last week when he,, ■gi J.J 3 co-workers in the United g Work Campaign drive, put this tit Ytsr the top, and up ur.til Saturday afternoon it was the y district in the entire South that Ifcore than raised the amount al Ar. allotment of $52,060 war Jlr. Sullivan, for his district | incomplete reports on Saturday that $67,000 had been raised j that the amount would be great reased. Of Ibis amount Boga i alone subscribed over one-third, i*000. V , R. Cassidy, chairman of the city ttee, and his assistants were praised for their work. The ; of Mr. Cassidy, which was read j luncheon Saturday at Pir.e Inn, showed that the employes Great Southern Lumber Corn plant had given over £5,030, the employees of the logging went had given over £4,000. eat Southern Lumber Com Bve $6,000. * ring is the report of Wash parish in full: Ward ..................... ..$ 300.00 id Ward ................. 700.00 Mfard..................... .. ' 1,500.00. Ü Ward (Bogaiusa .included) ......... ... 250.00; Ward 200.00 Ward .................. .. 1,000.00' (th Ward ............... 100.00 h Ward ................... 150.00 ! Ward.................... 375.001 GALUSA— i rdsontown ............ 66.00 j untown ................. 68.00 j mt Hill .................. 100.00 ' stown ................ 20.00; ; 1 Bogaiusa ................ 67.65 j rest Bogaiusa ........ 260.40 ! on ubia Street ........^.... 431.00 | it Bogaiusa .......... 561.05 âge ........................ 100.00 : a 50.00 1 Lodge feta of Columbus ........ |Be? Scouts ........................ -S. A. and Joan of Arc Gabs........................... factory Girls .................... Fire Girls .............. t Methodist Sunday School., »lie Sunday School.... and Telephone Em ployees .......................... Union Telegrapn *oye<w .................. Inn and Colon Hotel Employees...... citiens .......... ....... City Theater .......... ■State Bank................ Mill (R. P. Baer *P*ny) .................... ' employees .................. Ice Company .... ; Creosote Co......... Veneer Co......... Hosp. employees asa Stores Co. em 61.52 ! 17.65 4~ 16.00 25.00 50.00 57.41 7.00 7.65 his 21.11 218.00!w f 25.00 >to 129.55 ! 185.00 ! 219.00 .50.00 400.00 200.00 183.00 197.70 Schools .............. 450.00 Paper Co........... 1,700.00 Board Co........... 1,000.00 Southern Lumber office employees • U sawmill employees logging camp .... turpentine camp tossing camp ... turpentine camp Jogging camp .......... 5,000.00 1,500.00 312.00 ly , 900.0(r 1,500.00 j 325.00 ! of 100.00 i rJT — ...... 280.00 ; he R- R * » ............. 2,536.67 ; ■F G. S. L. Co... 6,000.00'the - ......—• ................$30,023.36 ' of Ninth District through-of 18 th: n parish, allotted $15,-1 ing ; St. 4,400; l Wfescribed $30,0323.36 »y parish, allotted $14____ $22,000; Tangipahoa par--stead d $20,300, subscribed $13,- ; Helena parish, allotted $3,- ing l^ltebed $1,500. Total allot- ; ! continue through No-'fording j ' * «3.400; t.«l ,ub*rIb;r»6V,iä»7Ih MAYOR SULLIVAN "CAUGM WITH THE' GOODS" j Mayor W. H. Sullivan is known throughout the state for the (expression "This is the happiest moment of my life." Mayor Sullivan has used that expression possibly a hundred times in Bogaiusa, and perhaps on each occasion it was the happiest moment of his life, because as Bogaiusa grew and developed his happiness increased. But when peace was declared and the citizens of Bogaiusa, headed by B. G. Jarvis, went to his home and roused him from his jqed to head a parade which consisted of over 5000 people when it reached the City Hail. With outstretched arms, the Enterprise photographer snapped him as he exclaimed: "This is the happiest moment of my life," and there was not a person in the large crowd who did not feel the samj ,j J ! i j j ' ; Entertains Friends at Informal Dinner Walter P. Coowe, president of the' 1 Great Southern Lumber Company, | ty-f ive couples at an j j informal dinner at the Pine Tree Inn j ! on Monday evening. At the dinner t | the wi * ners of the golf tournament, j held tlie same afternoon, were an-j : nounced. It was a "blind" tourna- ; j,-.«., _j ment and required drawing numbers ! decide the winners. The first la prize went to Mrs. rrank T. dies' Rowell, while the second was won Mrs. C. W. Ames. The first prize fci?j 4~ L y-. MA /»V» vttnfi y ' m ... A G V ' -, . I the men was won by George A. To wn- ! send, a silver loving cup; while the| second prize went of Fr f .nk T. Rowel. ; Mr. Cooke was toastmaster of thej, occasion and livened up the affa.r by j his witty remarks, which caused gen-| uine laughter and applause. He stated that owing to the fact Boga lusa now »as a go course e l , f 6u!d be no exouse for the directors) >to (?° to New r Orleans while here at ! tending the directors' meeting. Waiter S. Ayres cf Gricago re ! »Ponded with a talk which was gr:at ! ly enjoyed. Mr. Cooke then called upon Gans ston Depew, reminding his guests that Mr. Depew was the nephew of, , ... . . .. .. the worlds greatest after-dinner, , . _ speaker, Chauncey Depevv. Mr. De- . pew made a decided hit and at the conclusion stated he would offer a| cup to the person making the best; score each year, and that the party making the best score for three con ; to 1 1 secutive years could then retain the, cup. Governor Sanders followed, marking that "golf was a disease, ! re * i j and he had been unable to see much;^^ ! of his friends since the game j i been introducel here, but luat after;.^ ; he and Mrs. Sanders got in their fall ; crop of potatoes ne was going out t0 j course and "hit the ball. j Mayor Sullivan asked the guests to; ' drink a toast to "the bes> president, the best lumber company in the world, ing talk iest lumDer company m me « o 11 -, ,U _ 1 „ i-,hc Mr. Sul.ivan ma „e „h- clo- - __ Q _.i » n i„» »hat- w —... of the evening and »o t hereafter the directors are going to have their "parties" in Bogaiusa, faC l __ ^ - , ___________ r ___.„.IH _ par--stead of going to New Orleans, and ; instead of only a few couples enjoy-J ing those parties the "big Eogalnsv j ; family" would be invited. " He stated j ! citizens closer together, besides af- j No-'fording great exercise anl amuse j ment to a large number. i * 1 e Æ'co'ursl IvouU bri-t thei^es HAVE YOU SENT XMAS PACKAGE TO SON OR BROTHER IN FRANCE? Unless the citizens of Bogaiusa get | busy during the next few cays, there j are going to be two or three hundred j boys from this city who are now in t France who will not receive a Christ j mas box from home. And of all Christmases in the hrsîoçy of their ; lives, this is the one Christmas which they will remember. Up to Monday noon less than fifty boxes had been sent oût from Bogaiusa to boys over by!there. You still have time to send a bo ^ sp g e t busy. If you did not re I . . . _ ! ceive a label from your brothc: or sweetheart « over there," veu cat ; ge \ OQ€ of thfesc labeIs bv a?p i yin .. 0 Guerre 'at the Y. V/. C j Christmas packages which do ' not carry this ^ Hkelv 110t rtac: , them by Christmas. If it has the la bel it wffl< Perhaps this is where l the mix-un came, because some of the , ! Removed Flu Lid i Here Saturday! ,, . , ,, ... , . effect here for the^nast five weeks,! , _ , J . . ., ! was removed Saturday and, despite - . - - - . < The "flu" lid, which has been in ; removed Saturday and, despite ; the fact that the weather was threat- j lening, a large number of people took advantage of the occasion and went to the movies or the Elks' dance.*eseept 1 Both the Magic City and the Elks re inert a large attendance, there being ^ j atter pi ace> £ bc funds ! going to the local United War Work;-be i fund. * j The c:tv schools opened Monday ^ attendance was as large as j wbcn tbe *<*<*>18 were adjourned, and ' cv . iec » e j tbat be f ore the end of ^ earoIirncnt wm be the ! j (rrc . a » e „^ t j. c b j s tcrv of the city. ! j ___— 0 ^ rnwM^l fy Tn RFTURN *• ' , „ Tr»n*l»»v nactnr ^ r-i_, .«»♦ ia„;»o«Y'oi . „ . , , i-,hc First Methodist Episcopal Church,1 1 „ . w no »er; a week ago tooaj anu was» t . r Zacharv Ta-ln»- nr ; to Camp Zachary la,^ i-omsv.he, wncre ne expected Htnin u frikna nr for»-' nir,n on L- a • cr I ranee, e j chupia;r.f; arei needed in - *■ n,u -* prp Taylor at) to re- ! days before leaver. g | wired that no morel FLance and; j that lie will be mastered out of ser-j j next few <.av.,. form^ the congregation that the usualjrot.ee i Sunday services will be held. 1 thei^es n»d to withlo — He dt&res to boys dir! rot feel like sending the kibe!, and the hcmefolks felt that un less they had the labél it was useless to send the boxes. Now the Red Crops has sent a supply of these labels to the local chapter and you can se cure one if you are the closest kin or friend of the boy vou desire io re member. Moreover, thegovernment has extended the time in which to send these packages, and now you have until November 30th to get to the postoffice,' which means that the Y. vnur ! they must be in the hands of the J . ioral Red Cross Chapter a day or two in advance. Also remember that the package cannot weigh ever three pounds. Don't wait anomer day, but get your box ready and deliver it to W. C. A., where you can get; tbel at the same time. i Public Invited to ' Use the Gplf Links . ! - < ; The new golf course of the Boga iusa Country Club has been thrown j.opsn- .o the citizens of Bogaiusa and | j thoqp who desire to learn the game : *re extended a cordial invitation to lb* grounds at any time. No charges, dance.*eseept for the services of the pro-, fessional instructor, and he may b$ ; j I : ^ ; ! ssvured by appointed. It is hoped that shortly after the first of the year Country Club will .have between j 150 and 200 members, and the of- h Heers Relieve that the best way for j a person to decide w hether they want | ' to belong to the organization or cat is to rive everyone the nrlviie • i?' of ! practicing. ! ."It's the greatest pastime in the; |world,"»said Mayer Sullivan who has a become one of the citys' best players, Mr. Sullivan Î 3 enthusiastic over the !rrospccts cf having one of the finest 'r-ro^rccts of liavine one of th' 1 'O.p.rcw Cl U^v,»ig one ».r.„ ,,..e i couulr:.- clubs South. As soon as ; tm-oagfe members are secured a club ! house will be built, | ~ c Tî;ÿ car.greg-.Uiona! raeenng tlia: wa« ordered by the Session of the First Presbyterian Church for Sab j November 24th. î»33 usualjrot.ee .s J>y order o ! • .tatà. No.,^ 0 , 2«.,. a= 3 boor. P ,3! m*'por.ed until December 1st, It*»». Tn»s; • Felix Dawson Is Well Known Here I asfc wse * i tne name of Felix Daw ^, on -''P orte( ^ as missing in action in France, was announced» and it devel ops that he is the brother of Mrs. J. N. McClendon, who resides just on the outskirts of the city. He is well Knov>n , in Boga |^ sa ? where _ he s P ent severa - ye f rs ' "* ie 8' lstered ^ o n / I nrianr ta on wi v» with rho Sr ington and went to camp with the St. Tammany boys and has been France for tne past several months. No further news has been received by relatives here, but his friends ex pect a reooti any day that he has , " . „ , _ __. . ... . UCS..I Idea:eu anu »s m good health, _____ G Car Thieves Get Very Close Call | knocked down shoot him if he did not stop. simply increased his speed, and when The men, or boys, who have been taking cars from various parts of the ; city had a close call from being cap j tured on Sunday night when they I were discovered trying to take the ear of J. M. Adams of Pleasant Hill. : „Mr. Adams gave tae would-be thieves ^ such a scare that it is likely they ; will not get busy for a few days. ! One may be a little bruised, for he a wire fence and ran through a br.ar patch like a rabbit. Mr. Adams was within a few feet of one of the men and threatened to This J. m |tion to the the lar to He will the air Mr. Adams fired his gun record time was made. There were four men in the party who drove to h :3 garage, three getting out, two of j whom kept watch wmle the third Mr. Adams had | went after the car. been watching them from the window and when everything was ready he watch gave a signal and broke into a run before the third man could get out of Mr. Adair,o' sight. He*states that all were grown, two being tall, ithe one who v.eru in the garage be to j went to his garage, but the two on; be a pèr ing -hurt. PLENTY OF BIRDS ! Those who sper.t the*first day of thu »ex-on hunting r.pcrl an abund .'ur.ee of birds, but the ground was so cry that the dogs did not have a • fair chance to do good work. The ..... • - - ------ a - resaiceu .n a number banting on Sunday, several fcagge-j the limit. ton at to Workers Gven x Fine Luncheon At the conclusion of the United War Work drive Saturday Mayor Sullivan gave a luncheon at the Pine Tree Inn Saturday afternoon, which was attended by representatives from every parish in his district as well as a hundred or more from Boga iusa and Washington parish. After announcing the returns to date and announcing the district had gone over the top and, incidentally, was the ,j only' one in the South to do so. J E. J. Doprergue represented St. Tammany parish and reported that his parish had'gone over the top with in two days after the drive had start ed. Mr. Domergue called attention to the amount of money his parish bad subscribed for sucîi causes since the outbreak of the war, said amount being over £30,000. This -represents only the amount given sne does not include the Liberty I»oans or War Savings Stamps drive. He made an address that received much applause. Mr. Blair reported for Tangipahoa parish and stated that while the par ish had not gone over the ton that he expected to be able to report to that effect within the next few days. Judge Holland of St. Helena par ish respond arid old that his parish Was known to be 2000 miles closer to heaven than any point of earth and had not gone over the top, but that he would guarantee they would be fore the drive closed. Walter P. Cooke, president of the Great Southern Lumber Company, responded with an address which was well received, and he was followed by Lieutenant Harry Pine, the first Bogaiusa boy to be wounded in France. He was given an Ovation and gave an interesting detail of his work in France. Governor Sanders responded with a few words which were received with the usual hearty applouse. Mis» Ruth Aitick rendered a solo that made a great hit. The only thing that marred the pleasure of the afternoon was the refusal of D. T. Cushing to sing "Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip" when called upon. J. A. Spekenhier substituted for him. -o-- Wounded Bogaiusa Boy Has Returned Lieutenant Harry Pine son of Mrs. J. H. Thompson Jr., has the distine |tion of being the first liogalusa boy to be injured in action and to arrive home. Lieutenant Pine was in tflhe first American drive and went "over the top" with the first Americans. Later he was wounded and gassed and awarded honors for bravery. Lieutenant Pine left Bogaiusa about five years ago and was employed by the N. O. G. N. He joined the regu lar and arrived in France about 18 months ago and rose from a private to rank of second lieutenant. He brought home a large number of tro phies which he secured on the battle fields of France and which are at tracing much attention in Bogaiusa. He left Monday for Iowa where lie will be located as an instructor at a military camp. Dance Thanksgiving Eve for Xmas Fund The Bogaiusa Lodge of Elks are going to see that the poor and needy families of this city have a genuine Christmas day and even surpass, if possible, the one of a year ago when they sent out 200 baskets filled with provisions and candies, fruits and nuts to the'needy residents. In order to raise a large fund for the work the Elks have planned a series of enter tainments and the first event will be given on Thanksgiving Eve at the Elks' lodge room where a dance will be given. The public is assured of a most enjoyable evening. Tickets are now being sold at $1 pèr couple. RED CROSS TO MEET A special meeting of the Washing ton Parish Chapter of the American Red Cross has been called to meet at the Y..W. C, A. on the evening oi Wednesday. November 27th, .at î o'clock, und all members are uryod to attend.