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Friday, July 4, 1919.
GONZALES.
Mrs. J. A. Efron and two children
Abe and Soline, accompanied by the
former's mother, Mrs. S. Joseph, left
Sunday for Pawhuska, Okla., where
they will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Kellar for an extended
visit.
Mrs. Hyman Friedman left Sunday
for Marshall, Texas, where she will
be the guest of Madames Abe Fried
man and L. L Brisker for a few
weeks, then on to Natchez, La., where
she will visit Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Friedman before returning home.
Mrs. Harold Michelson entertained
Monday afternoon In the Arlington
Hotel with a forty-two party compli
menting her sister, Miss Raye Krohn
of Austin. The parlor of the hotel was
beautifully decorated in shasta dais
ies. Punch and candied almonds were
served throughout the afternoon. Af
ter the usual number of games played
prizes were awarded as follows: First
prize falling to Mrs. Mayfield, which
was a bottle of Djer Kist Toilet water.
To Miss Gussie Gurinsky fell the con
solation, a miniature vanity case, the
guests prize was a crepe de chine
gown to Miss Krohn. A bottle of Djer
Kist Toilet water to Miss Bertha Mae
Myers of New Orleans, La. and a box
of stationery to Miss Gertrude Novich
of Waco. After distributing the prizes
an ice course was passed, the good
byes said and every one thanked Mrs.
Michelson for the pleasures of the af
ternoon spent, with her, all voting the
party one of the most pleasant of the
season's affairs.
Mrs. Dr. Louis J. Stahl entertained
at cards for her father, Ilr. Max Pi
card of Memphis, Tenn., Thursday
night. Punch was served during tho
evening, and after the games light
refreshments were served, the person,
al of the party were: Messrs. David
Stahl, Harry Gurinsky, J. A. Efon,
Hyman Friedman, Hyman Myers, Ja
cob Stahl and the host and hostess,
Dr. and Mrs. Stahl.
THE JEWISH MONITOR
Mrs. Harry Gurinsky was hostesb
to her visiting guests, Misses Ger
trude Novich of Waco and Bertha Mao
Myers of New Orleans, also Miss Rao
Krohn, Thursday night with a Mexi
can supper in her home, after which
all went to the picture show and en
joyed the evening in general.
Mrs.E. Michelson's residence waw
the pleasant rendezvous for a little
dance Wednesday night, their Edisoti
furnishing the music for the dancers
who were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mich
elson, Harold, Bessie and Renair For
gotston Wolford and Gussie Gurin
sky, Misses Gertrude Novich' and Ber
tha Mae Myers, Rae Krohn, Jake Law.
rence and Ruth Michelson and Mr.
Zable.
Miss Gertrude Novich left Friday
for San Antonio on a few days visit
to Bister and brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry M. Dalkowitz, who are pleas
antly located at the Presnall. She will,
return here next week to continue her
visit to Miss Gussie Gurinsky.
Mr. David Stahl and little son, Mar
ion, left Sunday for the Alamo City on
a business and pleasure trip combin
ed. Mr. -Maurice Zable left for Shiner
on business. We have an inkling that
Maurice will embark in business for
himself ,and we wish him much sue
cess.
Mrs. Harry Gurinsky returned from
a short trip to Houston on the 19th
where she had gone to be present to
a style show, being given at the Rice
hotel by a representative of a ladies
ready to wear house.
Congressman Fritz C. Lanham
sends word from Washington that the
War Department recently ruled that
any enlisted man who was discharged
from the army, navy or marine corps
since November 11, 1918, is entitled to
travel pay at the rate of five cents pet
mile from the place of his dischargu
to his home or, if he prefers, to thw
place where he was mustered into the
service. For sea travel, only transpor
tation and subsistence are furnished.
Any honorably discharged man who
has not received the full five cents per
mile is entitled to the difference be
tween five cents per mile and the
amount per mile which was paid him,
Any enlisted man who has any travel
pay coming under this ruling will be
supplied with a proper blank on which
to make his claim if he will address
a letter to Congressman Fritz G. Lan
ham at Washington, D. C.
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