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THE JE WISHMONITOR
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY
THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO.
'Phone, Lamar M0
Friday, September 16, 1921.
DR. GEORGE POX EDITOR
LOUIS MORRIS Buslneea Manager
Dr. George Fox.
. . 8eerotary-Treaaursr
The editor la not responsible (or views es
f tressed by contributors. Anonymous
ttera will raoalve no consideration.
THE JEWISH MONITOR ; ,'
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Entered as second class matter by the
Monitor Publishing- Company, at the
1'ostoffice at Fort Worth, Texaa, under
the Act of Section 422. Postal Laws and
Herniations, August 24, 1912.
New Tear'a Eve Sun., Sept. II
Tom Klppur Wed., Sept. II
Suceeth (First Day) . ...Mon., Sept. IT
Suocoth (Last Day Shlmlnl-
Atsereth) Mon., Oct. 4
Slmehatoh Torah Tuea., Oct. I
Itoash-Chodesoh Cheavan Wed., Oct. II
Keseh-ChodMoh Klslev ..Fri., Nor. II
Chanukah (Feast of Dedlca-
tlea ..) Mon., Dee. I
tUoeh-Chodeseh Tebeth. .Sun., ..Deo. II
Fast ef Tebeth Tuea., Deo. 11
Reeeh-Chedesch Shebat ....Mon., Jan. 1
ReoelvChodesch Adar Wed., Feb. I
geeeh-Chodesch Ve 'adar . .Frl., Mar. 11
Purlm (Feast of Esther).. Thure., Mar. 24
Reech-Choriesch Nlswtn....8at., April t
Paaeovar (i'esach) Sat, April 21
Passover (Reventh Day) ..Frl., April 21
Rosch-Chodesch lyar Mon., May I
Lag b'Omar Thurs., May 21
Resch-Chodesch Slvnn ....Tuea., June 7
Day) Sun., June II
fteeeh-Chodesch Tammus, Thura. July T
lUech-Chodeach Ab Frl., Aug. I
Fast of Ab 8at., Aug. II
Resch-Chodesch Ellul Sun., Sept. 4
New Tears' Eve Sun., Oet. I
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dark blue tricotine, with a brown hut
and accessories to harmonize.
Out of town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. N. Freeman, Ida Rosenberg,
Lena Aronson, all of Waco; Rev. and
Mrs. J. Hurwitz, Sadye Cohen, Anne
Hurwitz and Abe Hurwitz of Hous
ton; Samuel Goldberg and son, Taft of
Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. M.
Praeger, Mr. and Mrs. B. Karelitz,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Zimmerman, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Marx, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Shuster, Isadora Praeger, Mr. Hein
denwich, Israel Sheinberg, Joe Car
bon, Rabbi Abramowitz, end many
others of Fort Worth, and Manuel
Sheinberg of Breckenridge.
Honoring the bridal party and out-.of-town
guests of the Fram-Sheinberg
wedding, Rev. and Mrs. A. Fram en
tertained with a six o'clock dinner at
their home on Bcllevicw. Seven cour
ses were served. This was followed by
a theatre party at the Majestic, given
by Simon J. Fram.
Manuel Sheinberg of Breckenrige
left Monday night after attending the
wedding of his brother, Sam I. Shein
berg to Miss Pauline C. Frma.
A very pleasant slumber party was
enjoyed by the 0. D. B. Girls at the
home of Miss Charlotte Michaelson
on South . Boulevard, Saturday, Sept
3rd. Games and funny stories were
enjoyed until midnight when refresh
ments were served by the hostess,
who was assisted by her mother, Mrs.
The following morning many kodak
pictures were taken and a nice break
fast followed. Then last, but not least,
a swimming party at the Municipal
Pool. Did we have a good time? I'll
say we did. It takes the 0. D. B. Club
We have a classy selection of
Jewish New Year cards. Among
which you will find fancy en
graved and hand-painted ones.
These were made in the East by
a large concern making nothing
bat cardj of this kind, insuring
ou of the very Ihtrst ideas and
Only a few of each design car
ried thus making each order an
Many have already been in and
made their selections but we still
have a wonderful assortment to
pick from. To get the full value
of this assortment we suggest
that you come now and make
your selection and let us hold
them for you. We cannot afford
to overload on this stuff, conse
quently those coming in late
will be disappointed.
Monitor Publishing Company
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to plan nice affairs and we wish to
thank Mrs. Michaelson nad Charlotte
in behalf of the club for assisting us
in making this last affair such a
The 0. D. B. Club celebrated its one
year anniversary with a Cycle Park
Party which included all of the fol
The Misses Charlotte Miachelson,
Sarah Waldman, Roxie Donosky,
Theresa Kkinman, Rubye Hayman,
Hayman, Libbie Friedman, Freda
Beck, Minnie Hey man, Dorothy Is
rael, Belle Friedman, Minnie Cohen,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ablon and family,
honoring their cousin( Robert Ablon,
of Chicago, have returned from a two
week's tour in their Cadillac to Aus
tin, San Antonio .Corpus Christ!,
Houston, Galveston and other Import
ant Texas points. A few days were
spent with their relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. II. P. Hayman at Robstown,
Mr. Robert Ablon of Chicago, who
has been visiting his cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Ablon and family, has re
turned to his home in Chicago.
Miss Ida Rae Boleck, wfio has been
the charming guest of friends and
relatives here, has left for Paris,
Texas, from where she will return to
her home, Hugo, Okla., in time to en
ter college thla fall.
Mrs. B. Lipman of Ranger is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. Lipman and
family. She will spend s few days be
fore leaving for her home in Navasota
where she will spend., s couple of
weeks before returning to Ranger.
Mrs. N. Lipman has returned from
Ranger where she had s delightful
time with her children.
Giants and Cuba Split
The Giants and Cubs divided dou
ble bills, the Giants winning the first
game easily, while the Cubs annexed
the second affair In a most excitedly
manner. Cohen's good pitching to
gether with good fielding cut down
several runs. The second game was
not decided until the eighth Inning.
With the bases full, one down, and
the score tied, II. Welnstein doubled
to deep left, scoring two runs.
The score: y
First Game- R.
Cubs 0 010000102
Giants 5 2 1 1 1 3 0 3 x 15
S. Weinstein, Bock and Barshop;
Cohen and T. Lipman.
Second Game R.
Cubs 0 400010207'
Giants 2 100101005
S .Weinstein and Smith; T. Lipman,
L. Lipman and Cohen.