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Friday, June 20, 1919,
I NEWS FROM DALLAS
Everything is in readiness for the
lawn fete and bazaar to be given on
the night of June 25th, by the Ladies
of Shaareth Israel Congregation, on
Mrs. Klelnman's lawn, at 1822 Sanger
The various booths are in charge of
the following ladies, each of whom
has Itwenty ladies assisting her.
Mrs. Jake Yonack, home made
cakes and pastries.
Mrs. Win Garonzik, candies.
Mrs. A. Hayman, soda water.
Mrs. M. Silberman, cigars.
Mrs. L. Michaelson, flowers and pot
Mrs. L. Kleinman, ice cream.
Mrs. Philip Garonzik, fishing pond.
Mrs. L. B. Sachs and Mrs. J. Rosen
berg, fancy work and miscelleaneous.
These ladies have worked hard and
long for the past several weeks and
sucfcess should crown thir efforts.
The admission tickets bear numbers
entitling the holder to a chance at a
handsome prize. A musical program
and a dozen other novel attractions
await ibhe guests, so don't forget the
time the night of June 25, and the
place 1822 Sanger avenue.
All proceeds will be used to furnish
the handsome new Synagogue which
is now in course of construction.
The Brandeis Club entertained with
an apron and veranda dance last Tues
day evening at thehome of Miss Sadie
Hayman, 2817 South Boulevard. The
guests all came on a large truck. A 3
piece orchestra furnished music for
the dancing and dairtty programs
marked ten dances and a ladies favor
which was a moonlight waltz. Bewteen
the dances games were played and
Miss Florence Lipman being the lucky
winner, each time, she was awarded
a pair of silk box and a kewpie doll.
Punch was served throughout the
evening Picnic lunches were auctioned
off to the highest bidder and they
were eaten on the trucks while the
guests were driven all over town. Fif
teen couples enjoyed that delightful
Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Meyers spent
Sunday in Fort Worth.
Mrs. Sophie Goetz and daughter,
Mrs. Sam Davidson, were guests in
'this city last week.
Mr. Alfred Bromberg spent Monday
in Fort Worth.
Miss Helen Sweich of St. Louis lb
the guest of Mrs. Sam Mittenthal,
and has been the recipient of many
Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Block and daugh
ter left this week for a several weeks
vacation to be spent in Chicago and
the surrounding resorts.
Miss Hildegarde Simon left Sunday
for a trip to El Paso to be ithe guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller, formerly of
Dallas, and later to Los Angeles as
the guest of the Misses Harris.'
Miss Adele Miller and mother, Mrs.
M. D. Miller left Sunday for a several
weeks' stay in New York.
Miss Halsmark of Kansas City, who
has been the guest of her sister, Mrs.
A. Jaffa, has been spending a few days
with the Israelsky family.
Mrs. Bertha Rosenfield and daugh
ter, Ruby, left Sunday fSrCalifornla,
to be gone several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Grossman nave
gone to California to be gone all sum
mer. : Mr. Leon Block leaves this week to
be gone for several months, spending
the vacation period on the St Law
rence on a launch fishing.
Mr. Isaac Shayn has gone to New
Orleans to visit his sister, Mrs. Sid
Miss Cbrinne Cert of Ennis was the
guest of the Mallison family this
Columbian Club Picnic.
On , Tuesday night the Columbian
Club gave its annual picnic for the
benefit of its members and their fam
ilies. Kidd Springs was the place
chosen for the evening, the whole re
sort, including the dancing pavilion,
was rented by the Club. A most de
licious lunfch was spread by Mr. Elam,
which was enjoyed by the entire en
semble. Dancing, boating, and swim
ming were the entertainments for
the evening, and every one was sor
ry when the time came to go home.
Mr. Gus Hirsch has gone on a fish
ing trip in the Panhandle to be gone
Mrs. Robert Weil of Bowie, Texas,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. I. E.
Rose on South Boulevard.
Mrs. Lionel Brown and daughter,
Brightie, have returned to their home
in St. Louis, after a most enjoyable
visit to friends and relatives in Dallas.
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In the June issue the Jewish For
um presents the following contribu
tors: D. Levontin of the Anglo-Palestine
Bank, who writes a masterly article
on "Jewish Colonization in Palestine."
Dr. Joshua Bloch of St Charles .
La., gives an able estimate of the
poet, "Judah Leon Gordon."
Peter Wiernik, editor of the Jew
ish Morning Journal continues his se
ries on "The Cultural History of the
Jews in Russia."
Hannah Berman of London, Eng.
land, contributes a translation of Sho
lorn Aleichim's "Greens of Shevuos."
The Ancient Watchman begins
with this number, a new department,
entitling his first contribution, "The
Vision of the Night"
M. J. Woddis of London, England,
offers two poems entitled "A March
to Zion" and the other "A Daughter of
Sharon," based on an episode as des
cribed by a Jewish Legionary from
Harold Berman again makes his
Jewish Review of Reviews.
Rabbi Alter Abelson's one-att his
torical drama, "The Messiah People,"
is completed in this issue.
The editor writes an editorial on
"Three Types of Orthodox Jews;" one
on "Shevuoth" and one on "The Duty
of Our Intellectuals."
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