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Friday, August 6, 1920. oxkxxxxxoxxxxxxxooooooxxxox OVERSTOCK SALE OTTO ELECTRIC CO. OF Four 1NEWS FROM DALLAS I Nathan Yonack left Sunday for New York and other eastrn cities. Mrs. A. Lorch left last week for California, where she will be the re mainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kahn have re turned from the East after an absence of four months from the city. Mr. and Mrs. A. Linz, Mrs. M. Sachs and Mrs. Guy Hirsch and son are at the Ambassador Hotel, Santa Barbara California. Mrs. Alfred Boas entertained with a luncheon Wednesday noon at the Coluumbian Club in honor of her guest Mrs. Gall of New York City. Mrs. Carrie Barnett of St. Louis has announced the marriage of her daughter, Janice, to Edward Gall of New York City. After an extensive tour of the Pacific Coast Mr. and Mrs. Gall will be at home in New York. Miss Marie Kahn and Alexander H. Weisberg of this city were married in the private parlors of the Hotel As tor, New York City Sunday at noon in the presence of the families of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Weis berg left immediately for a tour of Europe and will be at home after No vember 15th at 3515 Worth street, Dallas, Texas. Charles L. Sanger has returned from a vacation spent in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. N. Goldstein and Miss Estelle Goldstein nave returned from Waukesha, Wisconsin. Miss Louise Munzesheimer left Sat urday afternon for Chicago where she will join her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Goldman. En route to Chi cago she will stop in St. Louis for sev eral days to visit relatives. Mrs. Minnie Wertheimer has re turned from a visit to relatives in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tobian and ba by are summering in California. Miss Dorothy Lorch gave an infor mal party Sunday evening at her home on South Ervay, honoring her guest, Miss Schon Landman of Waco. On Tuesday evening Miss Lorch was hostess at a dance given at the Col umbian Club. Numerous affairs are being planned during Miss Landman's stay in Dallas. Miss Libbye Stone entertained the members of the younger set with a morning bridge at her home on Colon ial Avenue Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Cerf of Fort Worth spent the week-end in Dallas with Mrs. Marie Lawrence and Mrs. Sam Eatenson. Mrs. Frances Lawrence spent Sat urday and Sunday in Fort Worth with her sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Cerf. Mrs. A. Fram, accompanied by her daughter, Pauline, and son, Harold Arthur, has gone to Marlin and Waco. Rev. A. Fram has returned from Bonham where he went to perform the Brith Milah on the newly born son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ziddell of that city. Rev. A. Fram went to Fort Worth last Thursday to perform the Brith Milah on the newly born ion of Mr. and Mrs. David Colton. . Mr. N. Noodleman has gone on a two weeks' business trip to St Louis and other points. Mrs. Sol Klienman has gone to St Louis pi) business, Mrs. Nate Freedman and little daughters have returned to their home in Waco after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Freedman's parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. Fram. Miss Fannie Kaufman, daughter of , Mr. and Mrs. M. Rubenstein of Shreve port, La., were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents on Pearl street last Sunday night. Rev. A. Fram performed the ceremony. Only the immediate relatives of both parties were present Mr. Charles Kaufman, uncle of the bride, donated in honor of the couple twenty-five dol lars to the Zionist Restorative Fund. At the Brith Milah of the newly born son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Good man last Sunday Rev. A. Fram, who performed the ceremony, also col lected twelve dollars for the Jewish Relief Fund. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. Labell entertained at their new home on 1625 South Pearl street last Sunday. Those pres ent were Mr. and Mrs. M. Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. C. Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Labell of Terrell, Mr. and Mrs. P. Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. S. Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs. II. Lichen stein, Dr. P. Rubenstein, Mr. and Mrs. U. David and Misses Fannie, Victoria and Eva Kaufman. Misses Dora Adams, Maries Gen ecov and Hannah Genecov of Waco spent the week-end in Dallas. Esir Ablon left for Chicago to be gone a month. Miss Berdie Ablon of Chicago, who has been a visitor of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ablon, has returned to her home. Mr. Jack Ablon and Isadore E. Chey have returned home to Chicago after attending the Ablon-Steele weeding. Steel-Ablon Wedding. One of the season's most beautiful weddings took place when Miss Ethel Steele, daughter of Mrs. Rosa Steele and Morris Ablon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ablon were united in marriage Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Junior ballroom of the Adolphus ho tel. Rabbis Fram, Schwift and Werner officating. The white silk canopy was decorated with' smilax, centimenas and gladiolas as white doves flying. The aisle was formed of palms and tall wicker stands filled with white gladiolas caught with satin ribbons. Before the ceremony Miss Eva Mun ster sang "For Thee Alone," accom panied by Miss Sarah Weinstein. The bridal party' entered to the , strains of Mendelsohn's wedding march played by Jack Gardner. Mrs. H. P. Hayman of Waco, aunt of the groom, matron of honor, pre ceded the bridal party, her gown was of pink crepe meteor with panels of white silk oriental lace with trim mings of metallic foliage and rose buds in pink and blue. She carried a bouquet of pink roses. The bridesmaids and ushers were: Miss Henrietta Goldberg with Hyman Saul, her gown was blue and silver cloth with black velvet and rose trimmings. She car ried pink roses. Miss Esther Lipman with Max Glazer. Her gown was peach colored taffeta, trimmings of silver and flowers. She carried pink roses. Miss Sadye Fleischer with Jack Ab lon of Chicago, cousin of the groom. 206 Jennings Phone Lamar 4878 See Our Display Room at 206 Jenriings Ave. OTTO ELECTRIC CO. 000X0X000XX00000000000000 Her gown was of blue and pink lace trimmings of silver. She carried pink roses. Miss Marie Ruilberg with Sim eon Goldin. Her gown was of apricot colored taffeta, trimmings of roses and buds. She carried pink roses. Miss Fannie Hayman with Myer Raehop sky. Her gown was of pink taffeta trimmings of silver lace and buds. She carried pink roses. Esir Ablon, brother of the groom was best man. Miss Birdie Ablon of Chicago, cousin of the groom, maid of honor, was gowned in Nile green satin with cream oriental lace over dress, trimmings of silver, ribbon and rose buds. She carried pink roses. Master Samuel Donosky carried the ring in a rose on a white satin pillow showing with ribbon. He wore a white satin suit. The groom entered with his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ablon. Mrs. Ablon was gowned in an import ed creation of blue grey georgette, handsomely beaded with irresdescent beads. She wore a corsage of pink buds and lilies of the valley. Jean nctte Ornish and Zelda Michnelson in flesh colored georgette dress with trimmings of blue and pink buds were the flower girls. They carried baskets of rose petals and strew them in the brides' path. The bride entered with her mother, Mrs. Rosa Steele, who was gowned in silver grew satin handsomely embroid ered in grey silk and silver lace trim mings. She wore a corsage of pink buds and lillies of the valley. The brides' gown was of white Duchess satin draped with real lnce and trimmed with pearls. Her veil was queen style with crown of orange blossoms caught with sprays of orange blossoms here and there. Her train was showered with orange blos soms. Gladys Adele Garonzik in a dress of flesh colored georgette with flow er trimmings carried the train. Men were in full dress and had buttons of roses. Fruit punch, cream in the form of hearts, bells and cupids and a metaled cakes were served to one thousand guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ablon left the follow ing day for Chicago after September 1st they will be at home at 2605 Ma ple avenue. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hayman, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hayman, Mr. B. Tobolowsky and ELECTRIC FIXTURES We will offer for the next 10 days, com mencing Monday, August 2nd, the new est and most complete stock of electric lighting fixtures in the city. You can buy from us, during our sale, 15 lower than regular prices. NOW IS THE TIME Dallas Proiessional AND Business Director CORRECT ENGLISH How to Use It A MONTHLY MAGAZINE $2.50 THE YEAR Send 10 Cents for Sample Copy to Correct English Publishing Company EVANSTON; ILLINOIS BREAD IS YOUR BEST FOOD Eat More Of It! BUTTER NUT BREAD "Rich as Butter, Sweet as a Nut" Mado by J. SCHEPPS BAKERY For sale at your Grocer. Dallas, Texas American Exchange National llunk OF DALLAS Capital, Surplus and Profits $3,600,000.00 Assets Over $40,000,000.00 OLD, STRONG. RELIABLE Canaarvatlva, Yat Llaartl Accounta Melted an Favarable Tarma "You will enjoy every Bite of ttu Keaher Dinnera served dally. Also a la carte service, nnniarlaa Cooking. KAUFMAN'S KOSHER KAFE 1110 Cammarse DALLAS Mr. and Mrs. A. Lowich and sons, As her and Sander, all of Waco. Mr. Jack Ablon, Miss Berdie Ablon and Isadore E. Ches of Chicago, Mist Sarah Regensberger of Denison, Miss Connie Cohen and Ben Tobowlosky of Marshall, Mrs. Chas. Tobolowsky of Wichita Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Esir Ab lon of Fort Worth.