The Lafayette Advertiser, 02 December 1903
Raouze Bauer, of Crowley, paid an appreciated visit to the Advertiser office Friday.
Henry Pomeroy, of Lowery, came to Lafayette Thursday to attend the wedding of Mr. Joe Lacoste and Miss Clara Hebert.
Editor Maurice Patin, of the Valle of the Teche, was a welcome visitor to our office Thursday.
Miss Bessie Cornay, who is teaching in the Patterson schools, spent Thanksgiving with the home folks.
Miss Ida Robicheaux, who has been employed in the Cumberland Telephone office has resigned her position.
Mmes. AJ Leblanc and Hector Prejean, and Misses Cecilia Guidry and Irma Voorhies spent Thanksgiving in Carencro.
AT Comeaux of Royville spent Friday in Lafayette.
Mrs. Alfred Voorhies Sr. left for Houston, Texas, Thursday to spend some time.
Hon. O. Cade was in town Thursday.
Jno. Fred Odom, special agent of the Mutual Life Insurance Co., of New York, is spending a few days with LF Guerre, the local agent.
Paul Romero, of New Iberia, visited friends in Lafayette Sunday.
Paul Guerin, of St. Martinville, is visiting here.
Charlie Voorhies and WJ Howell went to St. Martinville Sunday.
Miss Clara LeBlanc of Abbeville is the guest of Miss Irma Voorhies.
Miss Alphonsine Duperier, of New Iberia, after spending several days here, left for home Monday.
Lee Delahoussaye left on the early morning train Monday for New Orleans on business.
John Torian went to New Orleans Monday on the night train on business.
Mrs. HA Vandercruyssen and children moved to Breaux Bridge Saturday where she will live with her father, Mr. Broussard.
WB Parker of McComb City, Miss., came to Lafayette last week to take a position with the Cumberland Telephone Co. He will be located here permanently. We extend Mr. Parker a cordial welcome to Lafayette.
Mrs. Felix Demanade left Sunday for New Orleans to spend two or three days.
John Torian and Leonce Gladu spent several days during the week in Avoyelle parish talking insurance.