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the'jewish monitor Friday, May 13, 1921. CORSICANA NOTES. (Continued from Page 7.) Goldberg, a bride-to-be received some dainty tea towels. An ice course was served. Out of town guests were as follows: Mesdames Abe Greenberg of New York, Sydney Brin of Dallas, Isadora Cohn, Dallas and Miss Na thalie Liebreicht of Tyler. Little Miss Jewel Levine entertain ed her bunco club on Sunday after noon. Elise Miller won the prize and Rosie Grossman, the booby. After re freshments were served, out of door games were enjoyed and all reported a lovely time when the time arrived to depart. Miss Lillian Samuels graduates as valedictorian of the Senior Class, which consists of fifty-live students of the Corsicana High School. Her average for her four years at High School is 96. Miss Samuels has the distinction of being the first Jewish student, since the existence of Cor sicana, to win these highest honors. Every one congratulates Miss Sam uels as she certainly deserves credit for the record established. Mr. Joe Miller of the Senior Class of the Corsicana High School won the Garitty-Allyn medal for being the best debater in a contest held here recently. Mr. Miller deserves credit for winning this medal as there were several other good debaters in the contest We all congratulate Mr. Miller and hope he will win man; more medals. Mrs. Isadore Cahn of Dallas spent a few days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levine. COALGATE, OKLA. Announcement Party. Mrs. C. M. Threadgill entertained an auction bridge last Friday after noon, where she announced the en gagement of Miss Lillie Joseph to Mr. A. J. Hepner of Denver, Col. Carnations and sweet peas wore used in profusion. The cotars being confined to pink and while, while ferns banked the fire place and col onnades. Promptly at 2:30, a small postman in the form of Master J. W Levin, with a miniature U. S. Mail bag and a postman's whistlo, deliver ed to each guest a tiny envelope which gave the glad news The bride's "health, wealth and happi ness" were pledged at thu punch bowl and she was conducted to head of table, where as a bride-elect, her chair awaited her bearing a nuga white maline bow. High score was made by Mrs. Chas. Carson, and she was presented with a hand painted bonbon set. In everybody's cut, Mrs. Robert Crock ett proved a winner, and was award ed a collar and cuff set. Miss Lillie Joseph was presented with a set of gold etched bread and butter plates. Refreshments of cream an J cake were served.The guests were confined to the Friday bridge club. Ma.is and Matrons club and the "San Souc." Coalgate Record-Register. IF CiaT Sf ore WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 703 Main St. Next to Western Union. Phone Lunar 713 NOW READYor BUSINESS ALL POPULAR BRANDS OF CIGARS and the USUAL SERVICE, COURTESY and ATTENTION TO EVERYBODY. A CIGAR FREE TO EVERY CUSTOMER MONDAY MAY 16TII. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS- F.&M. NATIONAL BANK FIX THE NAME IN YOUR MIND READ MONITOR ADVERTISEMENTS AND PROFIT THEREBY libm Way LAUNDERERS and DRY CLEANERS PHONE LAMAR 289 READ MONITOR ADVERTISEMENTS AND PRACTICE THRIFT. A BOOK YOU SHOULD READ t tti at i m "i nvrrn tjh JEjU AiHU Uttn ULilU By PROF. GOTTHARD DEUTSCH of the Hebrew Union College It should be in the library of every man and woman Price S1.50 The Jewish Monitor Will Be Glad to Take Your Order. "THE SOUTH'S FASTEST GROWING PAPER HOUSE" GAMER PAPER COMPANY WHOLESALE PAPER WRAPPING PAPER, PAPER BAGS. BOXES AND TWINE PRINTING DONE IN OUR OWN PLANT FORT WORTH and DALLAS "W2 Rosenthal Kosher Sausage Co. Benjamin II. Rosenthal, Prop. 1200 Houston St. MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF FANCY SMOKED AND COOKED KOSHER SAUSAGE and DELICATESSEN A KOSHER MEAT MARKET IN CONNECTION Mail Orders Filled Promptly Upon Receipt of Order.