Lafayette Advertiser, 23 December 1903


Supt. Alleman and family spent Christmas in Jeannerette.

WH Smith who had charge of the Carenero school last session, has returned to Lafayette and will take a position with the Moss Pharmacy on the first. We extend him a cordial welcome back to Lafayette.

Miss Odille Smith, of Royville, was in Lafayette Wednesday, on her way to Mandevilly to spend the holidays with her parents.

Gabriel Beadle spent Christmas most enjoyably with his daughter in Lake Charles. He returned Monday.

Real Estate Agent Cutting, of Jennings, spent Monday in town with Real Estate Agent J. C. Nickerson, talking over matters in their line.

Dr. NP Moss is showing a beautiful calendar received from Mr. Wm. Moss in Hawaii. The calendar was designed and printed in those far away islands and is very artistic.

Lafayette is represented at the State Teacher's Association now in session in Ruston by Dr. Stephens and VL Roy of the Industrial school, WJ Avery, principal of the High School and Supt. LJ Alleman.

Cleophas Broussard returned last Wednesday from Beaumont, Texas, where he had gone on account of the illness of his brother, Moise, who died Friday the 18th.

BJ Williams, who has been spending some days with Dr. Hopkins and family, returned to Greenville Saturday.

Mrs. ER Randolph, of New Orleans, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. EL Stephens.

Mrs. CK Darling and child are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nickerson.

Mrs. Frank Houston and children are spending the holidays with relatives in Texas.

Mr. J. Armas Guilbeau of Breaux Bridge, paid The Advertiser an appreciated visit last Thursday.

Louis E. Bernard, of Carencro, was a pleasant caller at The Advertiser office Wednesday.

Chas. May, of Franklin, spent Christmas in Lafayette

AT Comeaux, of Youngsville, was in Lafayette several days ago.

Mmes. JF Primeaux and AJ Alpha and Miss Cecilia Guidry visited Royville Wednesday.

Prof. and Mrs. Andrew McBride, of New Orleans, are visiting friends in Lafayette, after spending Christmas with Mrs. McBride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. JR Melancon, in Breaux Bridge. They will return to New Orleans Saturday.

Rev. JD Harper, at one time presiding elder of this destrict [sic] has been assigned to Lafayette to succeed Rev. AC Smith, and will preach at the Methodist church at 11 am, Jan. 3.

Hon. Overton Cade, of Royville, was a visitor to Lafayette Monday.

LG Cox, tax agent for the Southern Pacific, was in Lafayette Tuesday looking after the affairs of the company in his department.

Dr. FJ Mayer, of Scott, was circulating among his many friends here Monday.

WA Montgomery, who is attending the New Orleans College of Pharmacy is spending Christmas week at home.

The many friends of Mr. Pink Torian will regret to learn that he is confined to his home by illness.

We regret to state that Willie Huff is quite sick with typhoid fever.

Thos. McGill went to Morgan City Sunday to spend a few days.

Mr. Wilfred Price and Miss Prudence Reynaud, of Crowley, will be married to-day at St. John's Catholic Church. They will reside in Crowley.

Mrs. Olivier Blanchet went to New Iberia yesterday on business.