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Gonna Be" Alexandria, October 9 14 Gleamora The Eeît Town in the State— Has a Population, of 2500 8000 Population Wifchin ." Mlle Ra * u VOL. 26 GLENMORA, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, OCT. 6 1922 NO. 28 Let's Attend Our Fair At Alexandria Next Week $1500 in Premiums, $1500 in Free Shows, 6 Big Days. Amusement for AH ------ ~ — • 1 - — - — - ' Bg " 11 ! ■...... ! J 1 Mass Meeting Postponed 0n Account Th« Mass Meeting called for last Monday night had, to be call ed off on account of lights. Tnere were a number present also a great many were stopped in town before they got as (kr as the school building, theuews getting out that the meeting had been called off. Prof. Rohlf had a telegram from Mr. J. S. Gerson who was in New Orleans, stating that he would not be able to attend but 1 * endorse anything done at the meeting. The meeting will not be called again until after the the revival which is now in progress at the Baptist Tabernacle. It is hoped that ■yhen the meeting is called À good representative bunch of citizens will come out. It is to be a good old get-together-meeting as well as other important mat ters that may come up. Sidney Mayeux In New Mexico Mesilla Park, New Mexico. September 26,1922. Glqpmora Patriot, Dear Sir and Friend:. We are now abou£ 8 miles soutjj of Las.ihuçes api I am working at the A, & M. state col lege. We are getting accustom ed to new people and new ways and the Rio Grande valley is a fine place, but Louisiana is ahead of this country. The air is cool a$d refreshing. Please send my paper to address above. Best r wishes to Patriot. Your friend, SIDNEY MAYEUX. Prof. M. L. Monroe of Melder was in town Saturday, while here he called on the Patriot. a in _SV' -v >23, kßf « WE J v r To pay your bill« by check is to predige the possibility of be ing obliged to pay them twice. The cancelled check which is returned ; to you is undeniable proof of payment. And tjie stub» in your checkbook are an, accu rate account of your expenses. Why not open a checking ac- 5 count with, us at once? vi -<yP r /es»- m Çireat Oaks-front Little Acocps^ Giunr Glenmora Bank & Trust Co. M^inb^rglAnierlran and Loulal»n«.Bttmcw» AasechUton» . Baptist Revival Improving Daily Tliç Tabernacle Meeting wlpch began at the Baptist Tabernacle Sunday is improving with each services. The Rev. W. E. Farr who is doing the preaching did not arrive until Tuesday on ac count of not being able to get anyone to fill his pulpit at Gre nada. The mysic being rendered by the choir is beautiful and is a treat to any one loving, music. If you haven't been yet y t ou should make a special effort to do so. Dr. Farr will have a message at each service that wil|. do yoy good. He is a forceful speaker as well as being able to pro pound the bible. A special invita tion is extended to all. MARK TWAIN ON ADULATION "Never Earned and Never Dye to Any Human Being" Wae Humorist's Conception of It I am built just as other people are built, so f$r as I can discover, and therefore I do prize a good hearty compliment above rubies; and am grateful for it, and as glad as you are yourself when I can in sincerity return the mate to it. But when a man goes beyond com pliment, it does not give me pleas u|, it makes me ashamed. It makes |e ashamed; I am not thinking »out him; I am thinking abou£ my self; he may humiliate himself if he l$ces, it is l^s privilege, but I do not want to be fyimiliated. Adulation, Adulation—spoken or hinted. An,d never earned; never due, to any human being. What a king must suffer 1 For he knows, deep down ip his heart, that, he is a poor, cheap, wormy thing like the rest of us, a. sarcasm, the Creator's prime miscarriage in inventions, the moral inferior of all the animals, the superior of each one of, them all in one gift only, and that; one not up to his estimation of it—intellect. —From "Unpublished Chapters From the Autobiography of Mark Twain." in Harper's Magazine. Hunting Season Opens II □ rmm, **e a «rats mo* OF HV Dltti 1 ner*n PERB?? BROWN AMtfe: W: vV* are a m**********************#% 0 * I Miï5o5îi^5HÏÏi^ I ifc Reported ljy different Organizations $ « -- The Standard Training School for Sunday School workers for the Alexandria District that was in session ip Alexandria Last week closed a very successful session Friday night. There were 48 certificates i s s p.e d. Among those receiving certifi cates were the following fpom Glenmora: D. B. Boddie, Mrs. W. R. Ferguson, Misses May Henry, Evelyn and Gracie How ell, Mrs. R. B. Wheelis, This was the first training school ever put on in this dis trict and we feel very proud that Glenmora had so many receiving certificates. Congregations were not as good lyst Sunday as usual, part ly on account of so muqh sick ness. The Sacrament of T h e Lord's Supper was administered and myre than sixty partoqk of the supper. This is a mea^s of grace that no one should neglect. The Sunday School is begin ning the new year with great hopes for a good year. The grad ing isjoeing carried out yery carefully. The departments are beginning to have all their 4© v o tional o r worship services, i n their respective departments The Workers' Council in ses sion Sunday night decided to be. gin school each Sunday fifteen minutes earlier thap heretofore. So school will open next Sunday at 9:45 instead of 10. Let every teacher and officer be present at least five minutes before the time for the opening • The pastor is holding a an eet ing this week at LaCamp., Ser vices are well attended ap£ the spirit is fine. There are some very tine people out there. Dr. and Mrs. B. Terrell left Tuesday for Minden where they will reside in the future. Dr. Terrell has located there and is well pleased with the country. 8USPICjOUS Dry Agent—I'll bet my pile that Deacon Jones has & stock of,-home brew in his cellar. - "Deacon Jones? Impossible!" "WelJ, then, tell me why-the flies arp huzzin' out of his cellar windows backward and in circles"—Life. DOMINANT CONSIDERATIONS "Da you think skirts will beegauch longer ?" "It depends;"" replied Miss* Cay «me; "ou whether the Par» fashion dictators are- moffe>i»t€ie8tediin seil ly of w * I $ Af r An u A l Ï« C * At tentrai La. rair t-> r> . , The Better Baby'Contest day n , , r . J at the Central Louisiana Fair «rill K« U n d •,! ~ , wiil be held on Friday, October A , . ,7., , . 13th. Any one having a httle fel , low between the age of one year and fourteen months wishing to . • . 1 , ° enter the contest can, do so. Mrs, n,r, T . . t. F. Joseph is on the .com mittee,L.v, * w it. f -I and will be glad to furnish any . . ... 2, , J .nform.Uon desired. This is a in*,opportunity to have your b a b,y examined by . .. . TT , some of our best epecielmts free of charg e. Pnzs;s w.U be awarded v Better Baby Contest Drewett-Patrick On Saturday evening, Septem bei- 30, at« o'clock, Mr. Uslie L. Drewett and Miss Johnnye M. Patrick, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. J. M. Patrick, were united in marriage at t h e Methodist church, Rev. D. B. Boddjg offici ated u^ing the iuigressi.ve ring ceremony. The church was beautifully decorated with ferns and cut flowers, theEpworth League col ors beipg used, as the bride, and groom were active workers in the League. M r. Drewett was tiie first president of the-, Ep worth League here and , Miss Patrick one of the. Departrqeneal Superintendents. Previpus to the entrance of the bridal party Mrs. S. M. Eaton sang, "Because" and "O Prom ise Me" accompanied by Mrs. L. E. Poe, who also played the .wed ding inarch. Mr* W. L. Ted ley was b.e s t man and Miss Eva Perry brides maid. Little Miss Elizabeth Bremer acted as ring bearer. The brÿle wore a lovely cos tume of white satin with trim mings of silk over lace, her beau tiful veil was caught with orange blossoms. She entared on the arm of her father, who gave her away. As the»young couple left the church they were generous ly showered with rice from the balcony*. After the ceremony an infor mal reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, where the many beautiful gifts of stiver* cut glass, hand-painted china and exquisite handwork w e r e .displayed. Delicious re freshments of ice cream and cake we re served. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. T. J;. Drewett of Jena, parents of the groom an,d bis sis tôr, MissHva,fDrew'ett.v, The Patriot joins the many friends-of the young souple in wishing,fojt them a h^ppy and prosperou^.Jif%. Rapides Support Dairy Clubs Rapides parish is assured of a thriving dairy calf club as the result of the united efforts of the club agent, B. W. Baker, the business mpn and bankers of. the parish, the extension depart ment of the State University and Louisiana Jersey Breeders Association. Fifteen, or more, spring heif ers will be selected.by members of the extension department and deliveries will be made to the club members a,t the Central Louisiana fair at Alexandria on October 9* The calves will b$en : tered at the fair. Calves will be sold to c l u b members whose families hav$ cream separators and are pat ronizin S the creamery at Alexan dria. The business men of the [town handled the financing of Lu,, ... , the proposition through the lo L.,L,„ _ 6 , cal banks ; one man Offered to ac L.„~*. *> ..... cept the responsibility of pur J , * , chasing calves to the .extent of r „n • M. M. LaCroix, assistant in L w;no . . , , swine work, who has charge of 0 _ Q . f ® , tbe calf cIubs throughout the L*_ to TL. , state,is veiy much gratified over the hearty ro»po D se given to tl* m0 vement by the dub members K „ _ , „ „ tlie b u sj n e s s men as it Leans a great step forward for the dairjr industry in centraI Louisiana. HAMBONE'S MEDIÎATIONJ 1 >EWV WHUTS ALLU 2 - STRAININ' FDM T' 6 «T OUT IN ]>E SPOT-LI 6 HT ÖIN'ALLV ain't WUTH LOOKIN WEN PEY GITS 1>AM A A* jàs. bas acc ®pted a t10 " UraD "- Mrs - Wilsou children will probably join >n a few weeks. at to 50c will and of first last us of issue. Hatt Nijl fi NntMpw SyngMa boat. with * t r For H. K. Warapoles Coc& Liverf Oil Per Bottle : .00 Glenmora Drug Co., Ltd, Gleamora Louisiana. a of of. : b , , Lyceum Body Meet, Promised Extra Number The signers of the Lyceum contract met at the Methodist Auditorium Friday afternoon, and organized a Lyceum Com mittee, who is to be the execu tive body hereafter. Tne follow ing officers wore elected; D. B. Boddie, chairman; W. R. Hayme,. ; secy-treas.; Mrs. F. P. Joseph, chairman of the ticket selling committee. The committee with the sign, ers present made the ■ following plans as to finances and etc. Price of single admission-,tickets. adults 50c; All children attend ing the Glenmora High School: at 25c; All other children wlu> are not over sixteen years at 25c Season tickets are as follows: Family (regardless of size) $3.00 (this does not include sons and' daughters who are grown and* self supporting)^ Adult season, ticket for one person only 1.75. Now sirj/je the contract has been signed and the prices agreed up*n we have been prom ised an additional number, the Razoux-Reynolds, \*hicli is a fine number and will not make the season ticket cost Rny more. So you can bring youir whole family to the six numbers for fi3 00 or 50c per number. The tickets are selling right along.. The first number will be here in a few weeks. The committee has decided to, accept the offer of the- use of the Methodjst Auditorium for the Lyceum and the performances . will be there, See Mrs. Joseph, and get your season tickets.. Notice in this issue the list of-/ those who have bought season., tickets and see the name on top-» of list of, the purchaser of. thov first one. Come on don 'k be the* last one on the list* Mrs. Joseph has just informed' us that she will, publish the list. of ticket purchasers in our next., issue. AT THB SEASHORE Father—That child of ours is al - together too annoying with his toy,: boat. Mother—-What does he want now? 1 * "He I wants to have it fitted out :, with a . wireless."— Le Journal J Amusant (^aris).