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THE JEWISH MONITOR
Friday, September 16, 1921.
I NEWS FROM DALLAS
Bessie Feldman entertained with a
bunco party at home on Hughes St,
Monday afternoon in honor of Annie
Hurwitz of Houston and Sadye Cohen
of Baltimore. High score prize was
won by Charlotte Michaelson and
of the honorees were remembered
with a dainty gift A salad course was
served to eight girls.
Miss Annie Hurwitz of Houston
and Miss Sadye Cohen of Baltimore,
who have been visiting in the Fram
household left for Waco Wednesday
morning where they will visit Mrs.
Mrs. Nate Freeman and little
daughters of Waco, who have been
here for the wedding of her sister,
Miss Pauline C. Fram, returned to her
home last Tuesday.
Mr. Abe Hurwitz and mother, Mrs.
J. Hurwitz of Houston, who came to
attend the Fram-Sheinberg wedding
left Tuesday night for their home.
Mr. Samuel Goldberg and little son,
Taft, of Baltimore, Md., who came
to be present at the wedding of his
niece, Pauline Carol Fram, to Samuel
I. Sheinberg of Fort Worth, left
Tuesday night for Houston where he
will visit relatives before returning to
his home. Mr. Goldberg is Rev. A.
Fram's only brother and this meet
ing was their first after a seperation
of seventeen years.
Ida Rosenberg of Waco, who ar
rived last week to attend the Fram
Sheinberg wedding, left Wednesday
morning for Denison where she will
visit before returning home.
Simon J. Fram, Annie Hurwitz of
Houston, Saye Cohen of Baltimore,
Md., Miriam Fram, Abe Hurwitz of
Houston and Rose Fram motored to
Fort Worth last Sunday.
T. 0. 0. Athletic Club Notes.
Plans are being arranged to play
Waco for the championship of Texas
next Sunday at Waco. The T. 0. 0.
lost a hard game to the Dallas White
Sox 3 to 1. .
Next week we will announce the
batting averages of the T. 0. 0. play
ers. $23.50 was realized for the milk
fund. A committee of three composed
of Ben Utay, Max Glazer and Morris
Fair was appointed to arrange a bas
ket ball schedule for the T. 0. 0. club.
Sol Kaufman was given a warm re
ception upon leaving on a hunting
trip Monday. Decorated in a uniform
too big, four eyed goggles and a bro
ken shot gun Sol left for the wilds to
capture wild game. A large supply of
salt was taken to catch game. Since
leaving Dallas Sol was seen sitting on
a cake of ice.
A large crowd will journey over to
Waco if the game is arranged. A par
lor car is engaged to leave at 7:30
Miss Hilda Lois Yonack was honor
ed with a banquet Thursday evening
at the Adolphus Hotel. Dancing was
enjoyed from 9 till 12 on the roof.
Those present were Misses Hilda
Lois Yonack, Pearl Rude and Bertha
Fair. Messrs. Charles Iskovits, Isi
dore Fair and Morris Fair. Miss Yo
nack leaves for school in Louisiana
Miss Pearl Herzberg has returned
from California where she spent the
Mrs. A. Lorch' is in New York vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Folz.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Liebmati
and daughter, Mildred, have returned
from California where they spent
Mrs. Marx Baum and daughter,
Edith, have returned from New York
Felix Goldman returned Monday
from a vacation spent in Colorado.
Mrs. Sam Nossek has as her guest
her mother, Mrs. Gerson of Oklahoma
Leo Levi is in Corpus Christl.
Miss Alice Roos left Sunday for a
week's visit in Chicago before return
ing to Smith College.
Mrs. Arthur Alexander has gone to
Muskogee to visit her sister, Mrs. T.
Mrs. Nathan Westheimer is in Cor
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rosenbaum and
family returned Sunday from their
summer vacation spent in Niagara-on-the-lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steiner and
family have returned from a trip to
the oil fields in Tulsa, Okla.
Miss Amelia Dysterbach returned
Wednesday from Orange, where she
spent a fortnight the guest of Mrs.
Gus Miller. .
Miss Ruby and Henrietta Marks
have returned from New York.
Miss Francis Alexander left Thurs
day for a few days visit in Musko
gee, Okla. prior to returning to Chi
Mr. Leon Harris has returned from
an extended tour abroad.
Mrs. A. Waldman entertaned with
a surprise birthday party honoring
her daughter, Sadie Nanette, on Sun
day evening at her home ,2208 Brow
der. All lights were turned out as the
honoree approached the house, and
as she entered they were turned on,
revealing the presence of her many
frinds. The most surprising feature
of the evening was the announcement
of the engagement of Miss Waldman
to Mr. Harry Cohen which was fol
lowed by a shower of congratulations
and good wishes. Dancing was enjoy
ed during the evening followed by an
ice course. Miss Waldman was the
recipient of many beautiful gifts.
About one hundred guests were pres
A wedding of much interest
throughout the state occurred Sunday
afternoon at four thirty o'clock at the
Shaareth Israel Synagogue when Pau
line Carol Fram, daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. A. Fram became the bride of
Samuel I. Sheinberg of Fort Worih.
The ceremony was performed by Rab
bi I. Werne, assisted by Rev. J. Hur
witz of Houston, cousin of the bride's
father and Rev. A. Fram.
The Synagogue was beautifully
decorated for the occasion the altar
on which the vows were spoken being
converted into a veritable bower by
palms and flowers. Preceding the
ceremony "Until" and Cadman's "At
Dawning" were very beautifully sung
by Miss Miriam Fram, accompanied
on the piano by Miss Elizabeth Craw
ford. The bridal party entered to the
strains of the Bridal Chorus from Lo
hengrin's, rendered on the piano by
Miss Rose Hart with violin obligate
by Miss Selma Goldsmith. First came
the two bridesmaids, Miss Rose Fram
and Certie Bock. Miss Fram wore an
afternoon frock of yellow crepe taffe
ta with gold slippers and hose and a
hat of taffeta and lace to harmnolze
She was attended by Mr. Isadore
Prague of Fort Worth. Miss Bock's
gown was of shell pink taffeta trim
med with silver, rose buds and ribbons
She wore silver slippers and hose and
a hat of silver lace. Her attendant
was Manuel Sheinberg of Brecken
ridge. Both bridesmaids carried arm
bouquets of delicately tinted asters.
After the bridesmaids entered the two
matrons, Mrs. Nate Freeman, sister
of the bride and Mrs. M. Praeger, sis
ter of the groom. Mrs. Freeman wore
a beautiful gown of tangerine satin
with over raperies of Georgette heav
ily beaded in crystals. She wore a
beautful Spanish comb in her hair
which was dressed high. Mrs. Praeg
er's gown was of lavender crepe satin
beautifully trimmed with lace. She
also wore a beautiful comb in her
hair. Their flowers were pink carna
tions. The maid of honor, Miss Mir
iam I. Fram, sister of the bride, en
tered next with the best man, Israel
Sheinberg of Fort Worth. Her gown
was of white lace over jade green taf
fetta. She wore silver slippers and
hose "and a hat of taffeta and silver
lace. She carried an arm bouquet of
asters. Next came the two daintily
dressed flower girls, little Miss Doro
thy Nannette Freeman of Waco, niece
of the bride, and Harriett Garonzik,
who scattered rose petals in the path
of the bride and groom. The little ring
bearer, Sam Vener was dressed in a
white satin suit and carried the ring
in the heart of a lily. The bride and
groom met at the altar. The groom
was attended to the altar by his sis
ter and brother, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kare
litz. Mrs. Karelitz wore a brown satin
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gown with a corsage bouquet of pink
The bride was accompanied to the
altar by her parents, Rev. and Mrs.
A. Fram. Mrs. Fram wore a dress of
black crepe meteor heavily beaded
and wore a corsage of pink rose buds.
She wore a beautiful gown of white
bridal satin appliqued with pearls.
Both sides fell in beautiful drapes
while in the back and front were pan
els heavily beaded with pearls and
crystals. Her veil was caught cap
shapee with a wreath of orange blos
soms and fell into a long train which
was carried by her little neice, Thelma
Freeman of Waco.
After the ceremony, the bridal pro
cession walked out to the strains of
Mendelsohhn's wedding march to the
reception room of the synagogue
where congratulations were spoken.
An ice course was served to about six
hundred friends and relatives of the
couple. Dancing was also indluged in.
At nine o'clock Rev. and Mrs. Fram
served an elaborate nine-course din
ner to the immediate family and
friends of the newly married couple
at their home on Belleview Street
The house was beautifully decorated
with ferns and cut flowers. The bride's
table was especially beautiful in its
decorations. Toasts were offered to
the happy pair, Rev. J. Hurwitz, Rev.
A. Abromawitz of Fort Worth; Mr.
M. Feldman and Rev. Fram making
especially beautiful and impressive
talks. The couple was remembered
by their many out of town friends
with telegrams which were read by
Mr. Abe Hurwitz of Houston.
The popularity of both the bride
and groom were attested by the many
beautiful gifts which they received.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheinberg left Sunday
night for the Ozark Mountains where
they will spend their honeymoon. Mrs.
Sheinberg's going away suit was of
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