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Friday, November 14 1919.
THE JEWISH MONITOR
NEWS FROM DALLAS
Joe Utay has gone to St. Louis on
business for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Purvin have at
their guests A. W. Purvin of Chicago.
Mrs. Mose Hirschfield of Waco is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Utay
on Forest Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Lasker have
returned from the East and are at
home at the Adolphus Hotel.
Miss Grace Goldsein, the secretary
of the National Council of Jewish
Women, left Sunday afternoon for
Kansas City and Nashville where she
will be a delegate.
Miss Carolyn Pollack has returned
from New York and neighboring re
sorts whese she spent three months.
Mr. and Mss. Gerald Dreyfuss have
returned from Baltimore, Md., where
Mrs. Dreyfuss has been for medical
treatment the past five months.
Mrs.Marion Levy and children of
Galveston are visiting Mrs. Levy's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Licb
man, 711 Browdcr street.
Among the debutantes who will be
formally presented at the Columbian
Club Ball, to be given Thanksgiving
Eve are Misses Pauline Cans, Erville
Rosenbaum, Mildred Liebman, Estelle
Goldstein .Beatrice Pertheimer, Ade
lyn Loeb and Mi? Mildred Baer of
Pensacola, Fin., who will be the guest
of Miss Wertheimer.
The Ladies' Guild are giving a very
onique entertainment as a Chanukah
celebration for the Temple Emanuel
Sabbath School. The playlet, under
the direction of Mrs. Jonas Rosen
field, portrays a Jewish home on the
eve of Chanukah. Appropriate tab
leaux will follow after which a chil
dren's ball will be given in the Temple
The Americanization Committee of
the Council of Jewish Women has
planned a Thanksgiving affair to be
given for the children of the neigh
borhood House on November 24.
Gasses in domestic economy, dramatic
art, singing, sewing and kindergarten
work have been organized and have
met with great response on the part
of the children. The committee in
charge under Mrs. Max J. Rosenfield,
chairman, is very eager that this
year be an unusual one, both from the
standpoint of enthusiasm and work
FORMS SOCIETIKS WHILE AID
ING WAR RELIEF
Mrs. Harry Sternberger, presi
dent of the Reading Road Temple
Sisterhood, of Cincinnati, who, re
gardless of how she may be en
gaged, nlwuys maintains un active
interest in Sisterhood work, took
the opportunity offered, when she
went through Indiana this month
speaking and organizing on be
half of the American Jewish Re
lief Committee, to form Jewish wo
men's societies and make general
surveys of religious conditions in
By means of an address deliver
ed before the Jewish women of
Atica, Ind., Mrs. Sternberger or
ganized a Sisterhood and urged
it to join the N. F. T. S. Mrs.
Rachel Le Vore was elected pres
ident of the organization.
"Although there are yet but very
few families at Attica, I felt that
their organization into a sisterhood
will mean much for them, for the
Federation and for Judaism," Mrs.
At Richmond, Ind., she formed
another Sisterhood, thru an address
delivered at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs.
George Fox, president, Mrs. Sam
Fred, vice president and Mrs. J.
Kuplin, secretary-treasurer, were
the officers elected.
Tape Line Used at Sisterhood
A meeting of the Reading Road
Temple Sisterhood, Cincinnati, held
on Oct. 21, at which members do
nated a penny for each inch of
their waist measurements, as they
were instructed to do by a verse
they recently received printed on
a small paper apron, proved a suc
cess socially and financially. To
provide merriment several women
with tape measures met the mem
bers at the door to make sure that
the latter had carried out instruc
tions to the inch. An amusing pa
per on "Facts: Fat and Lean", was
read. A musical program added to
the enjoyment ol the meeting.
Sisterhoods and Scholarships
With the opening of the active
season for Sisterhoods, donations
to the Hebrew Union College Schol
arship Fund are again forthcoming.
Part of the work of the organiza
tions in the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods is devoted to
raising funds for II. U. C. Schol
arships. Various individual meuns
for doing this are employed by the
Sisterhoods, but a method that is
common to most all of them is
Unlike other Sisterhoods, the
Jewish Ladies' Aid Society, Sioux
City, la., engaged in the sale of
the Life of Esther Art Calendar,
published by the N. F. T. S., pur
posely to derive its subscription
to the Scholarship Fund. Dispos
ing of one hundred calendars, the
society donated $15.00 to the Fund.
Other organizations that recently
Euclid Ave. Temple Sisterhood,
Cleveland, Ohio $:i.r0.00
Ohef Sholom Temple Sister
hood, Norfolk, Va 34.00
Sisterhood of Anshni Emeth
Congregation, Peoria, 111. 25.00
Sisterhood of Mt. Sinai Temple
Sioux City, la 15.00
Elects Officers in Huntington.
Members of the Benevolent So
ciety of Ohef Sholom Congrega
tion, Huntington, W. Va., elected
these officers to lead them during
the ensuing year:
Mrs. Lester Pollak, president;
Mrs. Harry Click, vice president;
Mrs. E. Meyerson, treasurer; Miss
Pearl Schoenfeld, corresponding
secretary; and Mrs. Dave Harer,
L O. R. B.
To The Lodges of District Grand
Lodge No. 7, I. O. B. B.
Memphis Lodge No. 35, I. O. B.
B., will commemorate its Sixtieth
Anniversary on Sunday and Mon
day, November 23-24, in an elabor
"The House of Better Light"
LIPSCOMB ELECTRIC CO.,
Electrical Contractors, Supplies,
Phone SW Main 6867 302 So .Ervay St.
Phone Auto G. 3898
This will be one of the most au
spicious occasions that has occurred
within the District for many years.
Memphis Ixulge No. .'i." is the oldest
Lodge within the District, and the
celebration will be of more than
Bro. A. Leo Oberdarfcr, Presi
dent of the District, Bro. Victor A.
Hexter, First Vice President, and
Bro. A. B. Freyer, Second Vice
President have accepted invitations
to participate upon this occasion.
A most cordial invitation is ex
tended the members of all lodges
within District No. 7, and their la
dies, to be in Memphis during this
most eventful affair. A delightful
program is being arranged, and
everything will be done to make
your stay a pleasant one.
The headquarters during the cele
bration will I.e at the Y. M. II. A.
Rex Building, corner Madison and
Dunlnp, where visitors may regis
ter and secure badges. A reception
committee of ladies and gentlemen
will be in attendance.
If possible kindly inform us in
advance approximately how ninny
will attend from your city.
Anticipating a large representa
tion from your lodge, we remain in
B., B. L. and IL, fraternally yours.
MILTON B. BOSK.
President Memphis Iodge No. :.".
I. O. B. B.
H. HENOCHSBKRG. Sec'y.
Saml. Schloss, t'hmn.
S. L. Lee
Henry J. Lewis
Rabbi W. H. Fineshriher
Joseph M. Sumfield
('has J. Haase
I ami Goodman
Committee on Arrangements
"The sluggard will not play by rea
son of the cold; therefore shall he beg
in harvest and have nothing." Prov.
iOA. The live man plows under hard
ship, feasts in harvest hardship, feasts
in harvest and saves the surplus, until
he comes to the dny when he may
sleep late of a snowy morning. Buy
w. s. s.
Phone Y 124
SQUARE AUTO SUPPLY CO.,
TIRES. TUBES AND ACCESSORIES
613 Commerce Street
Mandel Harrl DALLAS
Phones: Manuay M. 907; M. 5712
Automatic Y. 1272
J. ELMER TURNER
Real Estate. Loans and Rentals
1021 Commerce St. DALLAS
II. A. Fisher W. W. Fisher
FISHER & FISHER
Real Estate Investments
115 Field, Cor. Commerce
"Twelve Years' Fair Dealing."
Murphy-Ilolanz Land & Loan Co.
Real Eatate, Loani and Iniurance.
1004 Commerce St.
Phonei SW M 1281 Auto M 1176.
"You will enjoy every Bite of the
Kosher Dinners M-ned daily. Also
a la carte service. Hungarian
KAUFMAN'S KOSHER KAFE
Capital, Surplui and Profit
Aiaet Over WS.000,000
OLD. STRONG. RELIABLE
Conaervatlve, Yet Liberal
Account! Solicited on Favorable
We at all times serve the freshest and most wholesome goods
to be found on the Fort Worth market
OUR FANCY LINE OF SMOKED AND PICKLED
MEATS ALWAYS MEETS WITH APPROVAL
Our goods are sold by weight or served in lunches
JOE GREENHERG. Proprietor
113 East Tenth Street Phone Lamar 4828