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THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, September 16, 1921.
1 girls in the various cities which he- Paramount Club of Tyler. He told they do and how all the Jewish boys
visited and told them of the great them of the many good thines that and eirls stick toretti-r.
many good things that and girls stick together.
Mr. Harry Kline returned to his
home in Tyler after a few weeks vis
it in Houston.
Miss Gertrude Stein has returned
home from Houston, accompanied by
her cousin from Pittsburg.
Miss Nathalia Kerstein left for her
home in Pine Buff, National Park, af
ter a few weeks visit with her cousins,
Misses Rae and Nathalia Leibreich of
Mr. I. Nussenberg of Fort Worth,
spent a few days in Tyler last week.
Miss Pearl Goldstucker has return
ed to her home after a few months'
visit in New York, Brooklyn and oth
er Eastern points.
The Paramount Club of Tyler held
its first weekly meeting last Wednes
day for the first time in three months.
Monthly meetings were held during
the summer months.
For the School Children
The State Will Furnish the Books
WE HAVE EVERYTHING ELSE YOU WILL NEED IN THE WAY OF
We Save You Money
E. R. CONNER & COMPANY
1011 HOUSTON STREET
The club had the pleasure of listen
ing to Dr. Faber, who told of his visit
to the West and North. Dr. Faber
spoke to a large number of boys and . .
TO SPEED UP BUSINESS
It Is Rapid, Direct and Economical
As a business producer its possibilities are inexhaustable.
Fort Worth is the natural gateway to the west.
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