Clipped From The Times-Picayune
Should-be St. Aleysins' Commercial Ins tit ate. The annual dramatic entertainment of the St. Aloys' os Commercial Institute was given last night at Perfect Union Hall. Every year this well-krown well-krown well-krown institution, institution, In some appropriate and pleasant manner, celebrates - Christmas and New Year. The affair last night, like all given "by the Institute, was taken part in only by the taleit of St. Aloyslus. Dramatic and literary features made up the programme programme for the most part, though the cantata with which s the entertainment opened was perhaps the most appreciated feature. This wae the well-known well-known well-known Bible story of "David, the Shepherd Boy," and Nemour Le Blanc, Michel Tito, Arthur Arthur Barre, Charles Butler, Charles Jacques, Geo. Daste, Joseph Garvey and Henry Lhote took part. The first choir was composed of the following boys, all members of the institute: institute: - A Charbonnet, S. Moreno, E. Volzln, J. Coquille, L. Abadle. J. Delaney, C. Duvlc, R- R- Trepagnier, A. DeBuys, J. Roth, G. Chalarun. G. Lhote, E. Chalon, M. Sicvers, G. Jaubert, H. Andrieux, R. Dufferd, W. Manning, J. Williams, H. Laguillon G. Faesy, 11. Forceiie, E. Gau-din, Gau-din, Gau-din, J. Soulabere. The second choir was made up of Masters Masters D. Fat Jo. W. Fossier. A. Fortier, F. Dummet, R. Surgi, A. Moreno, It. Brou, P. Duvlc. J. Gauthreaux, C. Loeliger, A. Garsaud E. Desslna, M. Lagarde, J. Bon-no Bon-no Bon-no t, H. Pereau, H. Fields, P. O'Donnel, P. Massicot, C. Tete, J. Hincks. C. Aveg-no, Aveg-no, Aveg-no, and S. Roy. "La Gramma Ire," a pleasant little comedy comedy In one act, came next on the programme. programme. Charles Jacques. S. - Moreno. Raoul Diffard, Ernest Volzln and Henri Lhote were the participants. The Christmas tree was sn attraction which consumed some time and then the "Fatal Brawl," a little drama, waa given. given. Arthur-Charbonnet, Arthur-Charbonnet, Arthur-Charbonnet, Gustave L,lm-blas. L,lm-blas. L,lm-blas. Walter Gelpi, Ernest Lagarde and Edward Butler took part In this play. The entertainment closed with a farce, entitled "Gentlemen of the Jury," In which the following young men entertained entertained their friends: E. Lagarde, S. Massicot. L. Barbler, W. Gelpi, Jno. Roth H. Neyrey, H. Bruno, E. Butler, P. de Verges Jos. Garvey, Geo. Daete and L. Gaudln. The affair last night was well attended, the hall being nearly .filled with people and the manner In which the young men acquitted themselves reflected credit both upon themselves and their teachers.