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JHE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, July 80, 1920. 1 FORT WORTH NEWSl NOTICE. Regular meeting of Isidor Straus Lodge No. 519, I. 0. B. B., first and third Wednesdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. MEYER MEHL, President. E. L. GILBERT, Secretary. Congregational. Temple Beth-El at Hebrew Institute. Services Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem: Fri day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar 6460, Roscdale 6383, or 455. Mr. Isidor Liebreich of Monroe, La. is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jo seph and family. . Miss Mildred Bruck of Tyler, Tex as spent a few days as the pleasant guest of Miss Marie Joseph. Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Toomim gave a supper in honor of their neice, Alta Klaw of Cameron, Texas, at Lake Worth Sunday evening. Miss Rose Ritchey left for Kentuc ky, Chicago, St. Louis, to be gone for the summer. Mr. M. A. Rosenthal returned from Grand Rapids where he attended the convention of furniture manufacturers and dealers. While East he also visit ted New York, Boston, Chicago, Cin cinnati, Cleveland, Detroit and St. Louis. On account of so many of the mem bers being out of the city the Miriam Club will have no meetings in August. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Davidson and daughter will regret their departure from our midst to their new home in Dallas where Mr. Davidson is to manage Joseph's Cafe. The automobile road will soon be in excellent condition and then the Da vidson's will have plenty of Fort Worth visitors. Dallas to be Congratulated Will Also Have Joseph's Cafe. Sam Joseph, his son-in-law, Isidor Davidson and H. Levine have just pur chased Blou's Cafe and the Jewish people of Dallas and surrounding ter ritory are fortunate indeed in secur ing the best eating place west of the Mississippi river. Joseph's Cafe, where every meal is a feast is known from Coast to Coast, there will be that same good cooking, courteous treatment and good fellowship that has made Joseph's Cafe famous. . Mr. I. Fred has just returned from a two months trip in New York. Announcing the Opening cf the Ter minal Hotel Under New Man agement. This hotel was formerly owned by J. E. Hutt of Kansas City and Harry Knowles was the manager. It is rfkw owned by Soderman, Hilton & Powers, with Mr. Jay C. Powers as its effi cient manager. They have reduced their rates on all rooms and in the Cafe and are catering especially to the traveling men. They also operate the Waldorf Hotel in Dallas and the Mobly Hotel in Cisco. Last Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Ginsberg and daughter, Jean nette and son, Abram, accompanied by Miss Cillia Golenternek of Tyler, Texas, and Miss Ida Grelnes of this city, motored over to Mineral Wells. On arrival their they were joined by Mr. A. Golternek of Tyler, who is there for a two week's rest. After spending a very enjoyable day togeth er. Mr. and Mrs. Ginsberg and son Abram departed for their home in Fort Worth. While Mr. A. Golternek and daughter Cellic, Jennette Gins burg and Ida Greines remained at Mineral Wells for a week or two. Misses Mary and Esther Cooper smith spent the week end in Dallas the guests of Miss Lillie Ablon and Esther Rubenstein. Mrs. A. M. Friend left Friday for Ithaca, N. Y., Philadelphia and Atlan tic City to be gone the balance of the summer. Announcement. Dr. John Greenberg of the State Dental College of Dallas, a graduate with 11 years experience, has opened an office at 210 1-2 West 10th street, and your patronage would be appreci ated and will also call at your home by appointment. Miss Amalie Goldstucker of New York City and Miss Isabel Steinlauf of Brooklyn, N. Y. were guests of Mrs. Nathan Ginsberg. Mrs. J. Altmont of Houston and Mrs. II. I. Pincus and son, Maurice, leave for Colorado Springs and Den ver to spend a month. Mr. Dave Saikin and Mr. Issie Huff man entertained with a hnyride and watermelon party to the lake. Dancing was enjoyed and also swimming. The following attended: Mr. Dave Saikin, Issie Huffman, Leon Huffman, Sid ney Weltman, Hyman Towb, Robert Goodman, Saul Cohen, Robert Brod key, Mitchell Laves, Morris Antweil, Issie Persky, Abe Arbiter, Jack Saik in of New York City, Sam Spiegel. The girls were Ida Antweil, Bessie Antweil, Syble Cohen, Elsie Lousky, of Dallas; Rose Saikin, Annie Coplin, Gladys Veit, Ida Goldberg, Belle Co hen of Chicago; May Goldstein, Ma mie Liushitz, Francis Vexler. The crowd was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krist and Mrs. H. Huffman. I said, "I will go out and look for mine enemies," and that day I found no friends. Again I said, "I will go out and look for my friends," and day I found no enemies. Gertrude R. Lewis. CORSICANA. For the visitors in the city, Miss Camille Jaffe entertained her friends with a 500 and Bunco party on the lawn of her home. Miss Rose Daniels and Mr. Joe Wolens received prizes for high score. Miss Jaffe, assisted by her mother, served candies, brick cream, and cake. The visitors also re ceived favors. Mr. Robert Werner has returned from a business trip to New York. Miss Sadye Berkman who has been the guest in the Daniels home, has returned to Waco accompanied by Miss Hattie Daniels. National Bank Protection for your savings here regular examination and constant supervision by National Bank Examiner Member Federal Reserve Banking System. $1 or More Starts Your Account qhe NATIONAL BANKoP COMMERCE Capital and 6-urplus f 1,500. 00022 Temporary Location Main at Sixth Permanent Quarters 20 Story Waggoner Building. It's Handy You drive right by our plant every evening on your way home. Stop in tonight and get a brick of Ice Cream It's a delicious dessert at a trifling cost. 53c IN QUART BRICKS ALTA VISTA CREAMERY CO. North and Macon Sts. TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC: THE TERMINAL HOTEL FORT WORTH Is now under new management, and solicits your patronage and friendship under guarantee that you will at all times re ceive full value in accommodations and service for your money. In our cafe we are now serving excellent food at popular prices. Try us. JAY C. POWERS. Mgr. We also operate the Waldorf Hotel, Dallas, and the Mobley Hotel, Cisco. Mr. Harry Jacobs of Thrift was last week's guest of relatives. Mr. Joe Wolens left Sunday for Chicago and New York. Friday afternoon, Mrs. Sylvan Marks entertained her friends at bridge and 600 at her home on Collin street. Mrs. Ivan Rosenberg received prize for high score at 600. At the conclusion of the games, a delicious ice course was served. Mrs. Marks was assisted in entertaining by her house guests, Misses Hilda Nussbaum of Mexia and Bernice Nussbaum of Groesbeck. Others enjoying Mrs. Marks" hospitality were: Mesdames Kal Swartc, Ivan Rosenberg, Mose Miller, Ike Cerf, Ben Rosenberg, Ike Mints of Dallas, Misses Ray Goldberg, Rose Daniels and Gussye Goldberg of Marshall. Abe Jacobs has returned from a weeks 'stay in Thrift, Texas. Mr. E. Golden has returned from a pleasant visit to New York. Mrs. Gol den will remain in New York for a few more weeks. Miss Gussye Goldberg returned Sun day to her home in Marshall after a delightful visit with Miss Ray Gold berg and friends. She was accompan ied home by Miss Ray Goldberg, Dr.