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KICKING HELPS NOT BI T WORK POL'S GLENMORA IS A TOWN OF OPPORTUNITY \< GLENMORA. LOUISIANA. FRIDAY .IFFY ; 92 VOL. 20 If You are Interested in Our Town and High School Come Out and Helj y $ j h / % wm i !a J Ska PARISH MEDICAL SOCIETY MEET IN McNARY MOND Y : , „ _ T 1 At the reouest of Dr. J. F. ?. I Branch the Rap de^ Parish Med-j At the reouest of Dr. J. F. ! y I branch the Rap'd ofi Parish Med ical Society Held a very interest ing meeting at AlcNary Sanitar ium last Monday evening. There wore29 members present. Three very interesting papers were read Drs. S. J. Philips, J. E. Garrison and B. F. Bremer which were freely discussed by various members. Dr. S. M- Scott o 2 Oakdale asked that tile society make an endeavor to go before the Alex andaia Chamber o f Commerce and the police jury in an eifort to gain better road service into Alexandria. Dr. Scott declared that tlie stretch of road'between Pawuee and G lo inner a i» in such a condition that it is almost im passable at truies.. T h is was enthusiastically greeted by the society, steps are being taken to put the matter in action. Those present were Drs. Ewing, Holloman, Stafford, Lit te 1, Spence, Landrum, M. Cap pel, Simmons, Brewster, Rund, und Drs. White.Sr. and Jr., of ATexandMfi; Scott, Gather, and Poe, of Oakdaie; Monroe, Brem mer and L. W. Holloman of Glen-' mom; Walsh, of Long Leaf; Allan, of Forest Hilt; Graham, of Wood worth; DeNux, of Echo; and Drs, Branch, Garrison and Phillips of MeNary. A motion was made by Dr. Ewing, president of the society, extending thanks and congratu lations and terming this one of the most successful meetings the society has ever held. Mrs. H. Meyer and children left yesterday for. Biloxi, Miss., where they will spend the sum. mer. Mr. Meyer left. Mon day by way of Auto. Statement of Conditions of Glenmora Bank & Trust Co. At Close ol business June 30, 1922 Assets •Loans.......... $403,915,40 Overdrafts...,..... ! .......... t 473.12 Bldg., Fur'u and Fixtures....... 6,3^9.00 Cash on hand................... 20,005.07 Cash in banks.................. 75,857.98 Total.................... $50tijG31.52 Liabilities Capital......................... $ 50,000.00 Surplus....................... 35,008; 39 Bills payable................. 25,000.00 Deposits...................... 390,623/13 Total................... $ 500,031.52 1 I certify that the'above statement is true and correct to the best of my koowledge-atid belief. F. G. CHATELAIN, Cashier Dividend No. 9 for 8^*paid to stockholders Juue 30, 1922; Annual-dividend rate 24%• We Pay 44% on time certificates of deposit. 4 g on savings aceoauts. We solicit and give special attention to all classes of accounts. We paid over #2*800.00 to our customers for inter est during the last six months. A savings account is aiso an -earning account. • Deposits made on or before July 15, will bear interest from July 1st. Our statement speaks for itself—Give usa trial deposit. Glenmora Bank & Trust Co. •••- 4 - * Thieves *- te L A * a y With Owen Phillips Auto —** — During the ball game last : Tuesduy afternoon ' ti,ievos miuh - their get away with Owen PHi I - 1 lips'ear. which he had parked in L 1 . . ., .. % .. x , I front of toe residence of Mr. lv. c Myers> Mrs . philips and s«>v ! era! members of Mr. M y e r s' family were sitting on the porch and saw the parties drive away with.the car, thinking tlmt Mr. Phillips had let some one have the car, but' later becoming sus picions telephoned to Mr. Phil lips, who with several friends took up the trail, following it to Woodworth where it was lost. It is the supposition of a great many that the thieves are con nected with a clique operating in and around Alexandria. They picked a very opportune time here, as it was during the ball-game when everything was in a turmoil of excitement and hundreds of cars w'ere parked all around. We understand that the car of Mr. A. E. Allen was also tamper ed with, the lock was "bunged up" with chifeel or some hard in strument. "AMBONE'S MEDITATIONS heap o' Times de trouble j Bout a mam is, wen he 1 G\T T' BE A LfL WHIRL- / WIM' ROUN* HOME HE 'MAGIME HE'S A HARRICANE BLOWiN' All oveh pe COUNTRY? r n % fi VI, m o Copyright. 1921 by fllcClurt Nowspap«r Syndical«. R* member WHEN AJtfeAN6£R FROM A NEI6H0OCJN& CotWTV W£?V»L0 CREATE A IDT Of INTEREST- AND NOW Eh I aim. B HOTSk m t .t. CTD Zaè';, j j ! : * Sillyads j S Bv H. VF C. Smith % All nations could dispense with their navies, if they 7 only bad just one big friend ship. Like wise financial questions may be decided, by confiding in and hav ing a friendship for Glenmora Bank & Trust Co. Many of our customers are named 'William' because thev know we foot all bills. Bolten Bros. Oh, how a man wilfifight for a woman's hand, and after he wins it often find it in libs pocket at night. The best hand out is won by simply getting one of those good meals at Paris Cafe. To look prosperous and, put aa increase 111 your income, come in and Jet us put a crease in your tiousers. Glenmora Pressing Shop. Men don't forget after that important flight work at the of fice to brush the powders off your shoulders. Women don't forget our line of talcum is the best. Crescent Drug Go. Dorcas Circle Meet The Dorcas Circle of the Bap tist W. M. U met with Mrs. C. A'. Saaillingon Wednesday, July 5th at 3 p. m. Mrs. Schilling read the 3rd chapter of John. The study of "The Wandering Jew in Brazil ' was taken up, after which delic ious refreshments were served. The ladies then cat out cur tains for the church. The following ladies were present: Mesdames Schilling, Slater, Henderson, C. Melder, H a yn i-e, Penny, Kirkpatrick and Joseph and Misses Lavada and Nell Green. Adjourned to meçt with Mrs, P. C. Mullen Wednesday, July 12th at3 p. m. . Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Burns- en tertained in honor of. the Base Ball Club last Tuesday evening at their home in M-cNary. There were beside the balbclub, a num ber of.invited fans. Among other refreshments served was a course of native grown water melon. ' Let me quote you rates on Fire and Tornado Insurance. C. B. Hammers, Agent. Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Gill, who have been the guests of relatives and friends here, returned to their home in Gueydan Wednes day. j % be METHODIST CHURCH Reported b.v different orsanlzattons Attendance upon all the servi ces at the church were good last Sunday. There were sixty five communicants at the table of the Lord's Supper. We were glad to welcome at our table Christians from other denominations than Methodists, as there arc always other church members than ! Methodists, who partake with us. a at aa in ' a There were four accessio us to the church at these services.* All the organizations of our lo cal congregation are functioning well. We have accessions to all the organizations almost weekly. The work on the auditorium is moving on nicely. We are expect ing to have the GRAND OPEN ING the first Sunday in August. Leok for announcements in this paper at an.early date. We wish to express our thanks to the Editor of the PATRIOT, for publicity given us. He maires it air easy matter to get an nouncement to the people. We wish every member and friend of the church would take this paper. Rev. Walter Harbin, our evan gelist that is to hold our Revival here in August is having a great meeting over in Texas. He is do ing a thing that all evangelist have found to be a difficult tosh and that is holding meetings for the second time in the same place and having better results on the second campaign than on the first. Below vs .a copy from a letter written him by the pastor of the Methodist Church at Bee ville, Texas. "Beeville, Texas. June 28, 1922. Rev. Waiter Harbin, Center Point, Texas. Dear Brother Harbim Wifl it be -possible for you to come to Beeville for a two weeks meeting, any time be tween Sept. 1st and tli8 middle of Oct. Itis-my conviction that if you come, the way will be open for a great victory. You would meet with a cordial Vespon.se from many members of. the sev eral congregations, for you are held in high esteem for the'work you accomplished here. The effect of -the meeting you conducted is very manifest, and a foundation was laid upon which yon could at once continue t IVe work you began. Yours Sincerely, Nat B. Read." In February 1921 Bro. Harbin Cont'd on last page. ! j j TO LOCALS WIN 2 TIE I, LOSE I They came, they saw, and were conquered. The locals made the Orange Diamonds look like j the dueee of diamonds in the se ries of four games ending Tnde j pendance day. ! Out of the four games we took : two, tied one and made the Tex as bunch go ten innings faster than they probably ever travel led befo re to take the single win that they were fortunate enough to bag. , The Texans in their now white with «.range trimmed unies, tow ered over the runty locals like so many giants over pigmys, and the Glennfbra boys cduld scarce ly be seen in the p i c t u r e. A great deal of symyathy was ex pressed in the stands for the ! home boys out there in their rag jred, dirty, last years suits, j However, led. by the young, j but tactful Swartz, the home boys were conspicuous i n the end. Swartz out generated and out guessed Stewart a n d the way he switched and manipulat ed his pitching staff showed wis dom commendable in a base ball leader twice his veArs, Probably n o better pitching was ever witnessed on the home grounds and Tabony, Durham and Tommy's names are on the lips of every one. The knockers cannot, be found any more and the old town is fairly effervesc ing with baseball. Every playar, on the local club covered himself with glory and it will be a long while indeed be fore the "Curb League" will cease playing the series over. Slagle comes next Sunday. Saturday's game ' K H E Diamonds 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 4 Glenmora 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 2 3 1 Odom & Wright. Durham & Boon. Sunday's game K H E Diamonds 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 00 33 4 0 GlenmoraO 0 : 0 \) 0 0 0 00 0 0 3 4 Evard & Wright Tabony & Boon Monday's game it 11 E Diamonds 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 C 1 4 1 Glenmora 1 0 0 02 0 1 0x 4 7 1 Kuss. Curry <£: Wright Thompson & Boon —— — - A TRAMP Went down to the beach for «the-purpose of a bath. When he arrived there he gave it up because some body else was using the oceaa. But that doesn't bar you. Whenever you're ready—whether it be in the ocean or the privacy of your bathroom—just g«> a head-. The water don't cost much aud we will supply the soap. We Reep all good soaps aud fh«e prices are nice and easy. Glenmora Drug Co. r Ltd. Glenmora Louisiana * » » * & 9 * m *■ & it *r «j #r & * Sr ». » *• * * % & & 9 *■ ft t This meeting has been oali ed for Monday night, jnl loth, at High. School A.:D ; toriam, Every Man a v Woman interested, Ur.; to be present Mr. Avery has stated number of our loading citi that a reduction of two teac is contemplated the forth ing session of our school, felt that any reduction b faculty will seriously impai merits of our school It is known that our High School existed last session .vitk the shortage of. teachers unu that the standard number of branches were not maintained for that reason. Our high s hoo graduates are unable to n atric ulate in a standard college out side the state of Louisiana. The Parish School officials hav been invited to attend this meet ing aii-d furnish a financial state ment of'the district and explain to the patrons the necessity of a reduction in the faculty. Other matters of importable will also be brought up and FI patrons, especially ladies, arc urgently requested to attend. ; - : " if'. blntroh of Christ? Nows Our meeting closed with a ii naiservice at Me Nary Monday night. A splendid audience of earnest listeners present at each service. Sixty-one accessions t.< the congregation, many Chri.-ff ians helped, and plans made foi greater things for G«»d. are souk of the results of the meeting, Preaching Sunday morning and night. A welcome awaits you. Come and enjoy good fei lowship and let ns get better ac quainted. A. K. RAMSEY, Minister $25.00 Reward #25.00 reward will be pa,id t< any one who will recover car ol' Owen Phillips stolen from near Base Ball Park,.Glenmora, July 4th. License plate No. 72426.. Mot or Factory No. 5966319. F. G. CHATELAIN, Agent. Tfiesdadfy game it H E Diamonds 0 000200002 3 1 Glenmora.0-00 0-1 2 00 0 3 5 2: Cravensteain & Wright Durham, Tabony & Swartz & Boon.