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The Jewish herald. (Houston, Tex.) 1908-1914, December 28, 1911, Image 2

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mC in social circles it is most gratiiy
ing to his many friends that he is so
rapidly winning for himself the ido
prominence musically to which his
vondeiful Interpretation of the violin
entitles him His sis fer Miss Margar
et Saft will leave early next week for
Houston to continue he i study qf the
Y ioHn A very cpaiqt wadding oc
durred in the apartment of Dr Rosen
whote ho
baum on Sunday morning
ujalted the lives of Miss Sophie Down
and Mr Sandgarlen There were pres
ent at the ceremonya sister and broth
eVdf the bride Mr and Mrs Louis Miss Delia Lazrus oT Houston spent
Klein The happy pair immediately from Sunday until Wednesday with
Mrs Joe Solinshy
Hempstead Wednesday to at
cerenl ohy at the tomb tend the wedding of her niece Miss
iiWctof Sundayr Corine Fisher to Mr Abe J Asher of
Mr T3 Melasky on
fcfl fqr Elgin their future home Mrs R Moke
Manyfriends ol the Molaaky family left for
Dec 24 lu 4s the Time draws near
more and more importanceis being at
Houston
Miss Sadie Fri
tached to the Seventh Annual Convon
t t l t Z home from San
tion oftheTexas ZionistAsBpciation
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THE JEWISH HERALD
< AUSTIN
l MIsb Cecil Moses is spending a few
days with her sister Mrs Sachs in
Joneaboro Ark Miss Ida Sanders is
having a delightfultime in Beaumont
Miss Esther Melnsky entertained
the Tuebday Afternoon Bridge Club
the pastit eek lliere were several
gliosis present In addition to the club
members MissJennie Klein won the
guest prize and Mrs Shustermnn the
head pilae Invitations were mailed
I t
the past week out of town of the ap
proaching wedding of Miss Jennie
KlPin lo Mr A J Szatlr of Beaumont
The wedding will occur on the evening
of Jan 10 at the home of the brides
parents Mr and Mis A A Klein
Mrs Julius Pearlstone of Palestine will
BEAUMONT
The plans of the go and come recep
tion with Miss Thekla Harrison as
hostess materialized Sunday night do
ing honor toMiss Ida Landau of Aus
tin her attractive guest The Harri
son hotne was aglow with decorations
of cut flowers nnd ferns and she served
the callers with a most appetizing two
course lunclieon The reeehing hours
were fiom 8 to JO during which time
some forty cards were loft At the
termination of the receiving hour the
party repaired to the Harmonie Club
and enjoyed dancing Misses Cellia
and Fannie Cohen ot Houston went
home Tuesday morning after a brief
jsit to Mis L Perl Mr Abe
Kink ol IAding spent the holidays with
be1 matron of honor and Mis = s Ilattie his sister Mrs L Perl Miss
Saallr of Beaumont will be maid ol Amelia Tannebaum will leave Thurs
hol or Hilton Deutser of JJeaumont will day foi LIttler lloek Ark for an ex
be bestjnan and little Irene Klein ring
bearer There will be a reception at
the home immediately after the coip
mony > Miss Jeannetle Lillman is
Inning a pleasant time in Ft Worth
the guest of Mrs C Carl and fantily
Miss Beatrice Burg of San Antonio
anil Misses Jennie and May me Tobias
ofDallas will be the guests of the
blisses Littman for a few da > s Miss
Burg and Miss Tobias will pjay solos at
tended visit to her aunt Mts fiabe
Block i Mr Mont Harris of San
Antonio spent several days in our city
isiting Mends Mr Lyonel Grad
wohl of l ake Charles visited relatives
here Monday and Tuesday H Ten
tables were required to accommodate
the pla > ers at the card party Mondn >
night at the Harmonia Club compli
mentary to the visitors Holly moss
and evergreens were used lo an ad
the Stale Ga pjtal nextSunday evening antage in the club rooms and after an
Mr Arthur Saft left the past week hour spent meirily ovei the caid ta
v
for Houston where he has accepted bles Miss Ida Landau won the visitors
tfWSplendidind oemontB offeJod ata vJaAoiWJie consolation lo the visitors
to make that city his home While he was cut by Miss Louise Solinsky the
will be much missed here in musical ladies favor fell to Miss Miriam Re
sent ranch and the gentlemens favor
to Mr Chas Chinski A buffet lunch
eon was served Mr Harold Vi
terbo left Tuesday night for New Or
leans to spend several days Mr
Leven Goldenbeig spent Sunday and
Monday in Houston with his sister
Mrs Albert Friedlander + Mrs L
F Kern vho has been visiting her
parents Mr and Mrs R M Mothner
lett for home Monday Mrs Kern was
joined by Mr Kern here Sunday
Mr Louis Zeve of Nacogdoches was a
visitor here Sunday and Monday
WACO
SadieTFrfedlander has returned
Antonio accompanied
f t by MIbsClara MoriU who will be her
orerqrefl l jrge Jiumber of
nuking 3qq Daimonbuum
delegates expected fvomwan over the ol oprslcana Was a guest in the city
Slato Gov Golduitt will welcome the yesterday JDiv A Pabor of Tyler was
3elf gates in behalf of theKstate and a guest in1thecity yesterday
weiebme ihoi Misses Ella and Thelma Jones > f Brj
Mayor W dge vyill
W A an Texas are the holiday glifests of
n bohalt of the city j Pr Bennett
tk theii cousin Mis Goldie Ilarf Mr
J dloftyoBtprdayfpjrppenvlHoMlBB MJUou of WacoH opulm
taKoup hlBdatfBHu n < hls iw oil
tp young business men leaves today on
jrbnfjHisniany frien sjregr6thlB de the Katy Imifedfor > Chicago > loro
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You never get more than you pay for1 but
you often pay for more than yQU get
Think it over and if in the market for fixtures or show cases ask the
Houston Show Case kfe Mfg
Company
Houston Texas
For Catalog A E 15
ing salesman in Texas for one of the
large auto supply house Mrs
Ren Sass of Galveston will be the holi
day guest of Mr and Mrs Ike Strauss
Mr Joe Dloeh the South Texas
ropiesentatlve of the Amicable has
returned home to spend tho holidays
with his mother Mr and Mrs Sol
Gordon left for their home in Beau
mont after spending several days with
Mr and Mrs Herman Mayer Misa
Minnie Rauh of Columbus Tex is the
guest of Mrs Milton Strauss at 512
North Twelfth street + Mr Bert
Sanger has returned from the Univer
sity of Texas for the holidays Mr
Harry II Rosenthal has left for St
Louis where he connects himsolf with
the Rosenthal Paper Co as one ot
their Texas representatives Mr
and Mrs Oscar Wiel of Houston are
tho guests of Mr and Mrs C K Wiel
and family Mr Harry Hyman haB
left for El Paso to bo married to Miss
Mary Stoloroff of that city Janniary
1st 1912 He was accompanied by his
sister Mrs J II Sackett
Mention the Jewish Herald when
patronizing our advertisers it helpi
ub both
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at factory prices We
buy all materials in im
mense quantities giving
you full value for your
money
We can prove to you that our goods are
superior The largest and best equipped
factory in the great southwest and originators
and builders of strictly high grade fixtures
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FORT WORTH
Last Sunday Dec 24 the Ahavath i
Zion Society of Fori Worth held their
I
meeting in the orthodox synagogue ott
this city for the election of delegates
to Austin and Rabbi Willuert > Hous
ton had been invited to address the
meeting Quite a number of delegates
were nominated and all were declared
elected it being understood that all
would b seated at tlfe convention audi
the vote divided according to the by 1
laws
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Rabbi AYUlner then addressed ahe
meeting for about Ilfty minutes Jjl q
referred to the fact that Zionists are
by no means agreed as to their pro
gram and saw in this fact Tathor a
sign of strength than qtherwlse hull
viduality of single membersvpreventa
stagnation and blind following ofpth
era If theso individuals have but one
goal to be worked out in different mat
tors they so to speak form tho
Kosher knot thatholds thoToflllln
phylacteries In tho proper position
We are trueAmericans we love the
history and revere tliBuienxovy of the
pioneers of Texas and witli > the staYs
and Btrlyes and tho Lone Star we
adore thV pure white and heavenly
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