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Friday,' April 9, 1920.
WICHITA FALLS Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Harris of Bos ton, Mass., spent a couple of days with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. Zundleovitz. Mrs. Ike Berglofosky has as her guest her sister, from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tobolowski are in Hot Springs, Ark., hoping to bene fit Mr. Tobolowski, who is in ill health. Miss Kaplin of San Antonio is vis iting Mrs. D. Kaplin. Mr. Ike Markowitz is in Mineral Wells. Mr. Herman Wise was in the city Sunday. Mr. Alex Goldsmith visited home folks in Dallas. J. C. Simmons has returned from Dallas, where he went to meet Mrs. Simmons. M. H. Leterman spent the week-end in Oklahoma City Mrs. T. Katch is entertaining her mother from New York. Milton Silverman is spending the Easter holidays in Tulsa. The Jewish Relief Society met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Abe Blank. The Jewish Relief Society gave a dance last week for the benefit of charity. It proved a great success in every way. Mr. Davis entertained the guests for about fifteen minutes with slight of hand tricks, it being the main feature of the evening. Cakes, sandwiches, fruit and soda water was sold during the evening. Dancing was enjoyed until 12 o'clock. Sedar services were conducted by the children of the Sabbath School Saturday evening at 7:30. Fruit and wine were given to the children. It proved a great success, it being the first Sedar service the children have had in the Sabbath school. Dr. Gold berg gave the closing prayer. Miss Ray Horwiti of Cleveland, Ohio, was the honoree at a card par ty given by Mrs. A. HorwiU The Horwitz home was decorated in cut flowers, and bridge and "600" were the games chosen for the afternoon. In bridge Miss Rose Risenberg scored high, and in "600" Mrs. H. Frieden height received high score. Each was presented with beautiful boxes of stationery. Miss Horwitz received a box of stationery, and out-of-town guests, Mrs. Florian, Mrs. Fricden height of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Gus Pink, received dainty cut glass dishes. After the games Mrs. Hor witz invited her guests into the din . ing room, where a lovely two-course luncheon was served, consisting of salad, creamed peas, potato chips, arkcr house rolls, date tart, candies, salted pecans and coffee. Those who enjoyed Mrs. Horwitz's hospitality were: Mesdames David Goldberg, II. Goldstucker, Jake Cohen, Ben Kauf man, Joe Art, A. Zundleowitz, W. Becker, Kruger, Lyons, Lebenson, of Dallas, Friedcnheight of Okla homa City, Gua rink, and Misses Ray Horwitz, of Cleveland, and Rose Riesenberg. : The Council of Jewish Women met Monday. . Mrs. A. B. Wolfson, vice president, was in the chair. Before the business meeting Miss Minnie Goldberg favored the Council with a piano solo. An election of officers followed, in which the following were elected for the coming year: Mrs. Louis Pink, honorary president; Mrs. A. B. Wolfson, president; Mrs. A. Horwitz, vice-president; Miss Rose - THE JEWISH MONITOR Riesenberg, re-elected corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ben Kaufman, re elected recording secretary; Mrs. Jake Cohen, treasurer; Mrs. Joe Art and Phil Kleinman, executive board. CORSICANA Miss Gladys Samuels returned to Austin Monday after a pleasant visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Esir Ablon of Fort Worth visited here for several days. Mrs. Isadore Cohn of Dallas ia spending the holidays here with her parents. The K. K. K. Club met at the home of little Miss Josephine Aaron last Sunday, at Emhouse. The members were conveyed to and from the party in cars. A delightful afternoon was spent in playing Bunco and many oth er games. Master Philip Jarett cap tured the prize, while the consolation fell to Master Robert Cerf. Refresh ments consisting of Jell-0 and cake were served to the following mem bers: Esther Grossman, Dorothy Kaufman, Robert Cerf, Philip Jarett, Pauline Miller, Harold Aaron, Made line JafTe and the hostess. Mr. Gabriel Goldberg of S. M. U. visited here this week. Mrs. Abe Shwartz and baby daughter of Thornton are spending the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Golden. Messrs. Alfred and Melville Gold man were here this week from Dal las. Mrs. Macie Golden has returned home after a two weeks' delightful visit to San Antonlu. Mr. Ben Miller of Athens is here. Mr. Uriah Cerf of Fort Worth spent several days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Cerf. Mr. Robert Werner returned home Monday from Houston . Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rosenberg visit ed in Waco this w.-ek. Mrs. M. L. Levine was in Waco last week. Mrs. Mose Levy and daughter, Mrs. I. Mayer, of Chicago, who have been visiting in the city, left Monday for Marlin. Mr. Nathan Goldberg of Dallas spent part of the holidays with his parents here. Miss Ruth Goldsmith has returned home from Fort Worth. Misses Hilda and Stella Jarett en tertained a few couples at their home last Sunday night. Dancing and various games was the diversion for the evening. All voted a good time. Miss Gladys Samuels of the Univer sity of Texas and Mr. Gabriel Gold berg of S. M. U. were pleasant visitors. FIVEDAY-WORK WEEK IN SWITZERLAND. Berne (By I. J. P. B.) In the large chocolate factory Toblcr the work has been limited to five days in the week. The reform will enable the large number of Jewish refugees from Po land and Russia who work there to observe the Sabbath. Templo Emanuel of New York, of which Louis Marshall is president, will celebrate the anniversary of their seventy-five year in existence on April 13th, 1920. 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