Times-Picayune 30 Sept. 1894 Joseph Vonau

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30 Sept. 1894
Joseph Vonau - at'.thb pass. ASS CHRisriAji, Miss., Sept. 29,...
at'.thb pass. ASS CHRisriAji, Miss., Sept. 29, The Misses Hewes gave a picnic to their friend, Miss Burton, lass Saturday at Hen-Point. Hen-Point. Hen-Point. The party was chaperoned 6y fr. and Mrs. Elliot Henderson. . ' . A large number of our summer, residents have returned to New Orleans. Among those who left IMS weea. are the families of Messrs. Emlie Dei-vaiila Dei-vaiila Dei-vaiila -MarVcir. -MarVcir. Kernaarhan. Peter and Tuumi, v.iuui ani Jira J. G. Baker. Mra. B. W. Cook and family returned last week to their home in Baton Rouge. Mr. Thos. Nicholson and eon, who have been guests at Mrs. Frye's, bave gone, to their home in cnicago. nhu fww.tT now of . Houston. Tex.. was here during the week. vlsJting hU grandmother, Mrs. Geo. Brandt. : m Mr. E. Comery. Sr., accompanied by Oolonoi W ' H. Bvrnes. wife and children. left on Sunday to -return -return to their winter home in the Crescent city. - . -- -- - j The Misses Hewes and Miss G. W. Ttnrv,n wonr . rwk to New Orleans- Orleans- on Wednesday, after a pleasant stay at the Pms. ! ' : Mr. Wm. Drennan, whose parents bave hMn rmtdlnir In our little town since last fall, has secured an omce in tne Morris building. New Orleans, ana win Mtahllh himself in the insurance olivi nes. His friends here wish him sure success. .... - Mrs. J." P. Russell and daunter returned returned this week to the! home in Washington, Washington, after two mouths stay at Frye's Hotel. -. -. Mr. A.. Kate and family left last Sat urday for New Orleans. ' . jot. ana mlts. jos-jwi jos-jwi jos-jwi uuu, m d Louas, came over last Sunday to celebrate their silver wedding at the residence of &ir. Vonau's stater, Mrs. J. M. Dempf. Among the guest were Mr. and Mrs. Joa. Vonau, Mr. Lou Vonan, of Bay St. Lools; Mr. Jos.- Jos.- Vonau, Jr., of Algiers; Algiers; Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Brandtaer, Miss Joanna Brandtner and Mr. George Teto, of New Orleans; Mrs. G. A. Dempf, of Louisville, Kr.i Mrs. George Bramdt, Mr. emd jure. J. H. Jinost- Jinost- and family. Rev. Father Bally. Mrs. J. B. Stroud. Misses Carrie Knost and Anna Brandt. Mrs. vouL&u was the recipient ot eeverei very handsome presents. . Hon. c A. sim-nson sim-nson sim-nson has returned from a trip to jackeon, Miss. Mm. L. ik urovcrinann came over last Friday evening atnd epent Saturday and Snndflv ; with her dausrhter. Mrs. Rush- Rush- a ' In In G. In. Mr.

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 30 Sep 1894, Sun,
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