The Lafourche Comet
Source: Terrebonne Parish Library microfilm
Page/Column: 1/3 & 4
After a long illness, Mr. Randolph Roger, a native of this
town, died last Monday morning and his body was buried the same
evening in St. Joseph Catholic cemetery. The deceased was a son of the late
Adrien Roger. He was married, his wife having
been a Miss Boudreaux, to whom he was wedded upon her death bed to. The deceased
is survived by his mother and several
brothers and and [sic] sisters, to whom we extend our sympathy.
Our congratulations are extended to Mr. Chas. N. Dupre, the publisher of the
Commercial Journal, upon the fact that he had
become the father of twins - two fine boys. We hope that the boys will
become as famous and influential as our new President.
CARD OF THANKS
The undersigned desire to express their heartfelt thanks to every person, who in
any manner assisted during the sickness,
death and burial of the head of their family - Mr. H. W. Frost. This Christian
kindness and neighborly sympathy shown will ever be
gratefully appreciated by Mrs. H. W. Frost and Family
Died - On Monday, Nov. 4, 1912, at 3:10 p.m. Harriet S. Daunis, beloved wife of
Anthony H. Stier, a native of this city. - Tuesday's
We learn that Mr. W. Y Roundtree, of Thibodaux, has just bought half of the farm
of his father, Mr. Sam Roundtree, located about
one mile below Thibodaux, on the road leading to Schriever.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie LeBlanc, who reside at Ellendale, in Terrebonne parish, had
the misfortune last Sunday of losing their baby
daughter, Marie, aged 19 months. The body was brought to Thibodaux on
Monday and laid to rest in St. Joseph Catholic cemetery.
A great deal of work has lately been effected upon the dwelling house of Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Beraud, who reside near Lafourche
Crossing. They have had their house enlarged, remodeled and repainted, a
conspicuous and ornamental part of the structure
being a dormer window 20x40. Mr. Richard Webre, of Thibodaux, and his men
did the carpenter work, and Mr. Louis Adams and his
force of painters, also of Thibodaux, are doing the painting and the paper
hanging. The work is drawing to completion.