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Gonzales, Louisiana
August 13, 1921     Gonzales Weekly Citizen
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August 13, 1921

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] ..... .... :; ......... ..... "7 -.:,= i~ D At Reasonable @ P, S, BERTEAU ieneral 'Herchant Gonza!es and St, Amant Louisiana ......a L_eBia S m nc, alscksmtth & Mfheol~risht Bi Savings See Our Bar- ains Fi r a t. Sale Begins Friday, August 12, Ends Saturday, 27, DAVID ISRAEL, .JR. 406-408 410 Rail Read Avenue DONALDSONVILLIL, LA. Your Patronage ,~olieiA,d pan. Other speakers of the Con GOOD CROPS !N NEW RIVER GONZALES, " " LA. vention were: Gravel Road Between Burnside and Mrs, E. P. Daigle, on Activi- Gonzales Very Much Needed. EDWARD BRAUO ties f an adult Bible C] "as"% M iss Grand Williams on the Children - Joseph Gonzales, of Gonzales BLXCiiS~,~trxz WnL'~LWnmHT work, Mr. It. L. Baker of Plat-in east Ascensibn, former repre- Automobile Repaired, Horse Shoeing tenville told Why he believed in sentative and well-known citizen, and supported the Interdeno was an appreciated callerat the a specialty. GONZ,\LES, LA. minational Sunday School Work, Chief's office last Iooday. Mr. Mrs. G.C. Williams followed Gonzale: brings the good tidings -M. d. ]I,[VlBg;ALI him on the same subject. Later that New River has bountiful she discussed God's financial crop of cane, corn and truek. NEAR L. R. & N. DEPOT plan of supporting Ills woi'k, iThe latter industry, he states, is Groceries and and had Mr. Van Carter take up the result of the efforts o[ the -Confectionery [a free will offering to cover the East Ascension Tl'uck Grower's GONZALEB, : LA. ,, expenses of the'Convention. The music committee of which HOT COFFEE AND LUNCII AT ANY TIME ELISOR BRO. P,RO. GONZALES, LA. w' Marble and Granite H, F, Batomar, Air. QONZALES, LA. Mr. Henry McCoy was chair- man greatly assisted in making the Convention a success. Lunch and hot coffee afforded a soci il session betwee r the morning and afternoon sessions, A me loll feast following the afternoon session gave another social hour which all seemed to enjoy. Resolution DE importance were adopted before the" Convention closed. The most important of . whicb was that of appointing a committee to visit the Legisla- ture in September to use their efforts to have a law enacted at ouce to help enforce National A. P;o. ARGHAND Prohibition. Resoh, tion . I~'1~ N ERAL thanking the citizens of Gonzales MERCHANDISE , for their beautiful Christian spi- :are very anxious to secure a, gra- Association. rwo carloads of sweet potatoes have already been shipped, tbere being about forty cars to ship. Mr. Gonza!es is an enthusiastic promoter of good roads. He feels that there are at least three essentials to a good community, viz: Churches scho( 1 and good roads. Gonzales recen:- ly completed a magnificent school b,ailding and a splendid Catholic church, and we intend th contin. ue out' fight for gravel roads un- til we succeed, declared Mr. Gon z fie s. He say' that the road '.eading from Gonz.des to Burnsld'e is merely a beaten path. filled with holes, and-is a disgl'; ce to the s, venth and tight war(s of the parisb. The people of New River GONZALES. I,A. dOE ROBERT, PROP. Maker of fine brooms Let me make your brooms at 25 each. of East First Dislricl Sunday School Gonvehflon ammmmmw.m The Sunday School Convention proved a great success, owing to the kindly cooperation of the leading citizens of Gonzales. It is trusted may prove a bless- ing and uplift to thin growing rit of co.operation were advpted with another resolution for a Un- ion picnic in September An important part of each se,,- i sion was the devotional at x hicb prayer was made and God's word rtad. veled roads to Burnsid,', connect ing with the Jefferson highway. '['his would certainly be of great benefit to the town of Donaldson vi!le, I~e sa3s, for the New River trade now go~ng to Baton Rouge would come to this city. l. Session 107 Ps. on thank , Donaldsenville Chief, i giving to God. 2. Session 10 Ch. - ...... Roman on Salvation. 3. Sessiot Miss Pearl . miley anl little ' niece, Leonise Villal" left for 12 Ch. Romans on Chri -t!an liv ing. The same officers were re- elected with the addition of b, Ir. [Eddie Gonzales to the young people's department. Mrs. G. C. Williams Secretary. Lake News Miss Denise Brignac charm lug young daughter of Mr. and M:'s. Antoine Brignac is now in New Orleans, ~pel!ding a few davs at the borne of her aunt. Mrs. Many Berthelot. Frost, La. Satul'd~y to spend a short while with her brother 3,Ir Johnie Smiley. Miss Ina Brignac ba. just re- tnrnd Sorrente where she spent the week witll her aunt Mrs. E. t Lesche. I hli s Eva Smiley now visit- ing her brother ~[l'. F:Iphase Smiley, of Frost, I Mr. J.A. Millet left Sunday afternoon [or New Orleans where he xt ill spend a few da3s on bu~i , heSS. ' Mr. J. A Lass, of New Orleat~s made a q_nick trip to Lake on bu !.siness,'" "Sattlrdav morning, re- turning the same cvcuing. little Town. Live topics were discussed Good l nd, and fine grove of pecan tree , cabi. etc. Cheap. in earnest as well as experiences 70 acres in Ascension Pari_ h on gravel road anl nke in the Orient given by Mr. X'an I residence, bar.three cabins garage, shop and outhouses. Carter, and MissJuden who re- H, lfftU SY CO, centty attended the World's 1 Sunday School Coaveatioa in J '4 Licensed Real E~tate Aget,ts. DON:ALD$ONVILLE~ L~. For at Your Dealers Made in Five ASK FOR THE.YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED- BAND EA LE MIKADO PENCIL COMPANY N LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE! ----" responsible The Weekly is not . for the views expressed by correspon lents. Gonzales, La. August 12, 19fl, I B'.litor Go: zalcs \Veekly: [ In the last issua at the Weekly,' I notice one at the member ofI the Americas Legion is chdming to be the Ol'ganize ' of tile Leon I Gantreau Post, I think this the wrong spirit and course taken, The pest] was practic.dly org tnized by out sider and a lew membev~, when said member was ,~poken to about o~ganizing the post. Now he claim Io have organized it. 'l'hi~ member certainly has the ;w-vng idea or else is trying to misinform others. For what reason I call not uu,lerstala I. A Legion Member Mr. Aubin lelancon, of Mc- Donoghville, La. returned home Sunday after spending his vaca- tion with friends here. Mis:,,- Melina and Leon Melan- con spent a vet'y pleasant day here Sunday its the guest of Misses Alpha and Gracie Gau- treatl. Miss Gracie Gautrean Aubin Melancon and Sully Gautreau motored to Baton Rouge last Sa- turday to isit Mrs. J.A. Evans who is at the St. Mary's Sanitarium. Mrs. Evans after having undev~one a serious oper- ~tion, is getting alon~ nicely and expects to return home soon, Mr. Camille 13ourgeois of St, Amant was recently discharged from the U. S Army and is now back home enjo3 ing health and happlness with relatives, Office Phone 350 IN, URANCE AND REAL "'' Baton GOTTLIEB &~ PERCY AG'CY LTD Kernan Dldg, THE UP TO DATE GONZALES, LOUISIANA INS , LA.. WAN'FED--A good I~e col" respondel~t at every post office in tile Parish of Ascension. A. LAMENDOLA, ME~T @UALITY B~EAD iitA~/~ EVillY ASCENSION A V NU " RAILROAD AVE. I~'.)ARD B:~ 1:I:tl5 DAY. WEEL~ OX MO:~r'['Lt AT RE:A.~ONAt~LN ft2.Zl'1~ Taxi TRANSIENTS SOLICITEO TOXI EETS FILL TRFIINS: service Lo all parLs o1: Gonzales Weekly, i Mr. and M]'~. J. (). Landry and litlle daughter SarrMI, of Denham Springs spent Snnday at the home of Mr. and A. We buy overylhinE lhe P. M~u'ch and. Mrs. Paulene Fitte and three little children, of N='w. O,'le't,ua tvere guest~ at Mrs, A. P. Mar- chand Tuesday ef this week. Baton RouB , Wizolesalo produc US The New River Lodge of free and accepted Mason w:ll meet, :in tile W. O. W. lIalt, Gonza e-.. 1 tie Leon Gaut ean Post No. I La mee(s!tla..y Tim first and tbil:d ~-;atqv- Lea iml 81. of the,~merican ni,.zht after full tnootl. ,) on first and third Friday of II. M. I icard. Wor.~hipiul every month, lgx-aervice men Master. 10-22 are urged to attend these meet-', lug. There is important bn,qin'ss t ............................. that comes before the post at l each meeting. Mr. Luciau Lambert and faro. I ity. lormerly of this place, but i now of New Orleant, spent the! , past week here visiting friend i- and relatives. FOR SALE-One good milch cow for sa]e~. Rea.~onable priDe, 110 acre farm in Ascension Parish facing gravel road and river, v, rite or apply, V. P. Mire " Ira. Fancy G and Ref AUTO TO Ga~O~tfig" aml 011 tl Gonzales Weekly. G on:,=tl e ~.,. La, Gentlemen: Please s:end me tile Got~za!es Weeld ...................... Year Enclosed find ................. Dollar5 Name .............................. ....... There are star reporter.,; a~d[ star advertising men but we he-[ Addzess .................... [ vet" yet heard of a ztar proof it..) ireader, tte b'ear $1,50 0 months 75c 3