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Friday, June 20, 1919.
THE JEWISH MONITOR
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served and toasts were drunk to the
bride-elect and to the absent groom
after which the bride-elect toasted the
friends she is to leave behind.
The guests were the most intimate
of Miss Bearman's friends, girls
whom she has associated with closely
since childhood and covers were laid
for Misses Ella Bearman, Patricia
Harrison of Alto, Texas; Gussye Gold
berg, Lucille Hall, Elsie Bergson,
Rose Goldberg Frances Gross and
Miss Gold was assisted in entertain
ing by her mother, Mrs. M. H. Gold
and sisters, Bernice and Virginia. For
the evening the girls were the guests
of Miss Bearman at the Grand thea
ter. Miss Bearman is the only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. Bearman. Born
and reared in Marshall, she has won
a great many friends who rejoice with
her in her happiness. She is one of
Marshall's prettiest and loveliest
young ladies who will be greatly miss
ed in social circles here.
Mr. Kranson is a brother of Mr.
Sam Kranson of this city and he has
also made many friends through his
frequent visits to Marshall. He is a
splendid young man engaged in an
enterprising business in Natchez.
Miss Patrfcia Harrison of Alto,
Texas, is visiting Miss Lillian Gold.
Mr. Louis Kariel has returned from
Austin, where he has been teaching in
Miss Madeline Josey of Shreveport
is the week-end guest of Miss Ella
Miss Frances Gross, who has been
attending school in Chicago is at home
with her sister, Mrs. Henry Stein and
Mrs. Belle Burkenroad and Miss
Hennie Holland of Beaumont, who
have been visiting friends here left
for Fort Worth to attend the wedding
of their brother, Mose Holland to
Miss Ida Simon.
Lieut Meyer Waghalter has return
ed from overseas and is awaiting dis
charge at Camp Bowie.
Miss Josie Kahn of Dallas is the
guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. N. H. Levy.
Mrs. Henry Hockwald went to Fort
Worth to meet her husband, Captain
Hockwald, who Just returned from
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Pitluk leave Tues
day for a visit with relatives and
friends in Waco, Austin and San An
tonio. Miss Roberta Hockwald is spending
the summer in California.
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Miss Helen Goldstein left this
morning for a visit to friends in Fort
Mr. M. Goldstucker, chief pharmi
dst mate, U. S. S. Mongolia, is visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Complimenting Miss Marie Joseph
of Fort Worth Mr. Hyman Licbreich
entertained with a picture show party
at the Queen Theatre. After the show
at the home of Mrs. Liebrich dainty
refreshments were served to Misses
Marie Joseph, Pearl Goldstucker, Ce
lia Golentemek, Zerlina Levy, Helen
Goldstein Beatrice Goldstucker and
Mrs. P. Bassist and son, Harry, of
Elgin are visiting Mrs. Jake Wolf.
Mrs. Joe Hirsch and children ot
Corpus Christ! are visiting Mrs. S.
ONE WEEK STARTING
E. K. LINCOLN
A perfect patriotic poem written
and directed by the master
craftsman, LEONCE PERRET.
The story of a srirl who wooed
and won a soldier sweetheart
whom she had never seen
through correspondence alone.
After completing a course In the
Tyler Commercial College, Mr. Vic
tor Bennett has returned to his home
in Runge, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pandres left
Sunday for Marshall which place they
will make their home.
After a most pleasant visit with
Miss Rae Liebrtich, Miss Marie Jos
eph returned to her home in Fort
Dr. M. Faber left Saturday for a
visit to Fort Worth.
Mr. Ivan Davidson of Waco was a
visitor to our city.
CITATION BY PUBLICATION.
The State of Texna, In the Platrlct
Court Tarrant County. Texaa Auguat
Term. A. I. 1(19.
To lit Sheriff or Any Conatabl of Tar
rant County, (treating:
You are hereby commanded that, by
making publication of thla Citation In
aoina newapuper publlahed In tha Coun
ty ot Tarrant (our consecutive weeka
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pravloue to tha return day hereof, you
aummon Mary Jonea. whoee rmhlince la
unknown, to be ana apiwnr before the
IMalrtct Court, to be holden In and for
the County of Tarrant, at me court
Houae thereof. In the City of Kurt
Worth, on the flrat Monday In AuguKt,
A. l. 1919. the name bring the 4th diy
Of aald month, thrn and there to anawrr
the petition of Ike Jonea aa plaintiff,
filed In aald court on the 14th day 01
June, A. D. agnlnat Mary Jonea aa
defendant, said cult being numbered
4t:&. the nature, of which demand la aa
Being petition for divorce, allying
that heretofore on July joth, 111, de
fendant voluntarily left the bed and
board of plaintiff with the Intention o
abandonment and haa remained away Ir
euoh manner from plaintiff down to th
preeent time; that plnlntlff haa neve:
heard from defendant during all ot aalo
time, and dura not at Ihla time kno
where ahe realdee.
Wherefore, plnlntlff pray for citation
for Judgment for divorce, for cn
ault and general and eneclal rellrf.
Herein Fall Not, but B4ve you then and
there before aald Court, thla Writ, with
your return thereon, allowing how you
have executed the enme.
Wltneea Mr O. KrnnK Coffer, Clerk
of the Dlatrlct Court of Tarrant County.
Oiven under my hand and eeal of aald
Court In Fort Worth, thla lth day of
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FORT WORTH, TEXAS
June. A. P. 1919.
(Seal) MKB. O. FRANK COKFKT,
Clerk Dlatrlct Court, Tarrant County.
By A. W. Taaile, Deputy.