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THE JEWISH MONITOR
Friday, September 16, 1021.
A Young Judean was organized in
this city Sunday, August 28th, and
the following officers were elected.
Miss Yetta Rosenberg, President.
Miss Ida Brickman, Vice President.
- Miss Thelma Cohen, Secretary.
Master Ben Chazanow, Treasurer.
Regular meetings will be held every
first and third Sunday of the month.
Twenty-five members were enrolled
at the first meeting and with the help
of our worthy Rabbi Siegel, we hope
to make this one of the largest as
well as most interesting and educa
tional organizations in Waco.
A beautiful and impressive Bar
Mitzvah ceremony took place Satur
day, August 20, at Agudath Jacob
Synagogue. George Chazonow, the
Bar Mitzvah, who is one of the best
pupils in the Hebrew School read the
portion in the Torah and the Haf torah
and also delivered a masterly talk in
Yiddish. After the services the entire
congregation was treated to a delic
Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. F.
Chazanow served a sumptous supper
at their beautiful home to a big
crowd of relatives and friends. Upon
an appeal made by Rabbi Siegel a big t
sum of money was raised for relief
and for the Talmud Torah. Telegrams
were received from New York and
from Canada. The out of town guests
were: Mrs. Feldman from San Anton
io, a cousin of Mrs. F. Chananow and
Mr. and Mrs. Beerman and family of
Mayor Ben Richrads of Waco,
granted the request made by a com
mittee composed of Rabbi Siegel, Sam
Greenberg and Alex Genecov, and the
Zionist Flag, together with Old Glory
were hanging from the mast on the
city hall, Sunday, in honor of the
opening of the Zionist Congress at
Waco Hebrew School.
The Waco Hebrew School has one
of the best indoor baseball teams in
Lanky Sanders Lowich, who took
the burden of pitching for the Waco
Hebrew school from good looking Isie
Kaplan, is going great guns.
Asher Lowich, captain and catcher
in th eol reliable and catches like
Schalk and hits like Cobb.
Our husky friend, Ben Chazanow,
or better known as Babe 2nd, hits
homers by the bushel. He outfields
Moses Polonsky fields like a demon
and when a hit is needed he wallops
the ball. He will take Ed Collin's
place some day.
(Slim) Sam Rosenberg, our secre
tary, holds down shotstop like Mar
anville and hits better.
Joe Genecov, star third sacker, hits
better than Groh.
Our outfield consists of capable and
well known players.
Ruddy Rosenthal, froggy Brick
man, Clumsy Georgs Chazanow, com
pose our outfield, while Marble
Shooter Lape Rosenberg is sub.
We play indoor baseball. Our ages
are from 12 to 15 years.
Write to Asher Lowich, 1520 West
Avenue, Waco, Texas.
If you are our size we accept a
challenge. We also have a clever sec
The University Preparatory
702 Eighth Avenue FORT WORTH, TEXAS
WILL OPEN SEPT. 19, 1921
A Boarding and Day School for Girls
The University Preparatory School begins with Kindergarten and takes the
students through the eleven grades, preparing them for college.
The Kindergarten will be conducted by Miss Atha Bowman, well known
in Fort Worth, who will use the Demonstration equipment of the Fort Worth
Kindergarten Association. The Primar Department will be presided over by
college women who are experienced in teaching Primary Grades. These pupils
will be taught the regular school art and music.
The Intermediate Department has a corps of earnest young women -from
the best colleges who have specialized in Intermediate work. '
The Preparatory Department is. thoroughly equipped to meet college affil
iation requirements. The instructors are carefully , selected, and promoters of
The Athletic Department will be a feature in the school. The Gymnasium
and Athletic work under a trained Director.
The Home Economics Department is equipped for both the sewing and
cooking and is directed by an experienced teacher.
The French instructor is coming direct from France especially to do the
work for us. Latin, French, and Spanish will be given under the most careful
The regular Preparatory work will be given detailed attention thus pre
paring young girls for entrance to any college that they may elect to attend.
The maximum capacity for boarding students will be twenty. The rooms
are attractive, and the environment as exclusive as ones own home. Every
care will be given to make the students happy and studious.
The school library of fifteen hundred volumes is composed of the best lit
erature and research matterial.
Music, Art, Expression and Folk Dancing
The Music Department is under the direction of a corps of able teachers
for instruction in Piano, Violin and Voice . Apply at the University Prepara
The Art Department is conducted by a woman who studied for years at
the Texas Christian University, and later had one year of art at Columbia Uni
versity. She has also had four years of study with Frank Alva Parsons. Last
year she taught with Mr. Parsons in New York City.
The Expression teacher is a graduate of the University of Missouri and
Stevens College. She has had wide experience in California.
The Folk Dancing is one of the attractive features of the school and is
conducted by one of the best teachers in the United States. She is now in New
York City taking summer work.
The University Preparatory School is open daily to patrons from 9:00 to
M. E. Wolff and Mrs. Fannie Jos
ephs were married Sunday evening at
7 o'clock. The ceremony was perform
ed by the Rev. David Goldberg at the
home of the bride's parents on Bur
nett street Mr. Wolff Is proprietor of
the Hcarne Cigar Stand. Mr. and
Mrs. Wolff will be at home in a few
days at 60S Auttin street.
Mim Nalhaline Lebenson Birthday
Hcsteas September 8.
Little Miss Nathaline Lebenson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Leb
enson, was hostess to about thirty lit
tle friends at her home on Grant
street Thursday evening in celebration
of her ninth birthday.
The entertainment was one of the
prettiest children's affairs of the fall,
and the young hostess was assisted
in her hospitality by her mother,
Misses Glorence Altfield, Flossie Far
quahar, Lucille Barnctt and Leslie E.
Davis. The house was decorated in
pink and white and several hours
were given to guessing games and
contests of childish skill. In the pin-ing-the-tail-on-the-donkey
Miss Vera Stonecipher was most suc
cessful among the girls, and Charles
E. Veros Jr. among the boys and both
were awarded prizy. Miss Rosaline
Joseph guessed most correctly at the
number of beans in a jar, and, B.
Frank Johnson Jr. and Joseph Clark
won the peanut contest first and aee
ond places and all were remembered
Punch was served during the after
noon to the little folks and later on
they were invited into the prettily
lighted dining room, where the birth
day cake occupied the place of honor
on the table. In the cut for lucky
pices, the ring was cut by Master An
drew Hudspeth, the thimble by Miss
Rose Marion Art, and the dime by
Miss Hannah Catch.
Brick ice cream in pink and white
and little individual cakes were sercv
ed to the following children:
Misses Camille Avis, Rose Marion
Art, Margaret Bone, Dorothy Clark,
Helen Fay Clark, Hannah Catch, Eve
lyn Harris, Lamar Johnson, Rosaline
and Babetta Joseph, Jona Marie Eh
lert, Alma Edith Naylor, Odessa and
Esther Kati, Jesnette Markowitt,
Virginia Ruth Paul, Irene Swatt, Isa
bel Stone, Vera Lillian Stoneclpher,
Corlnne Tucker, Mildred Miller and
Nathaline Lebenson; Masters Joseph
Clark, William L. Chenault, Dan Ber-