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Friday, May 13, 1921.
THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen "ADDITIONAL FORT WORTH NEWS. (Continued from Page 6). "Gabriel S. Youngwood announces the removal of his offices to Suite 198-198A in the Metropolitan Build - ing, where he will continue the gen eral practice of law." Council of Jewish Women Annual Luncheon. More than 100 women, members and friends of the Council of Jewish Women were entertained Monday with an elaborate luncheon at Jos eph's. Floral decorations of beauty ornamented the long tables, and clever speeches and music were in cluded in the program. Mrs. J. Goldgraber, retiring presi dent, who made an efficient and gra cious toastmistress, announced the various numbers with a verse. Musical selections were given by Sam S. Losh, W. J. Marsh and Mrs. Ed Kriss. Members of the council were presented with banks in the shape of an alarm clock which they were asked to fill before next council meeting. At the close of the lunch eon the members sang the council hymn led by Mrs. Dan Brown 'with Mrs. Louis Morris at the piano. The new officers installed were: Mrs. H. I. Pincus, president; Mrs. C. S. Welsch, first vice resident; Mrs. Arthur Simon, second vice-president; Mrs. H. H. Miller, third vice-president; Mrs. I. E. Horwitz, recording . secretary; Mrs. M. Gernsbacher, cor responding secretary, and Mrs. N. E. Rubin, treasurer. Mrs. Goldgraber, retiring president announced that she had been able to raise $130 for the council work. A handsome piece of lingerie was awarded to Mrs. B. B. Samuels as prize in a contest aa a medium for the dissemination of news of interest to the Jewish com munity, but it finds itself imposed upon by organizations which exist for the purpose of deriving personal gain. Let it be repeated that this doesn't pertain to any club, society, or in stitution, whose funds gained by so cial affairs are distributed to Charit able or Philanthropic agencies. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Miller of 900 Cherry street, are the proud par ents of a baby girl, named Inez Ruth. Mrs. S. Kestenbaum and son, Dana of Cameron, Texas, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Miller. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the He brew Institute will give a dance Sun day night, May 15, 1921. Good music and a good time for everyone. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the He brew Institute will give a lawn feed the first Sunday in June at the Ro sen Lawn. Nice furnished front bedroom for rent to a suitable Jewish man in a Jewish home. Apply 505 Hemphill street. Mrs. J. Goldstein of 2209 Sixth avenue, was hostess to the Merry Wives' Bridge Club Wednesday af ternoon, April 27. The high score prize was won by Mrs. Steinberg and the consolation by Mrs. H. By rens. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Sam Rosen. There will be a meeting of the Miriam Club at Temple Beth-El Cen tre, Sunday afternoon, May 15, at 3 o'clock. Important business to be discussed. All membeis urged to at tend. Temple Beth-El Electa Officers, At a well attended meeting of Temple Bcth-El Congregation, new officers were elected for the ensuing year aa follows: President, U. M. Simon. First Vice-President, L Jackson. Second Vice-President, Dan Levy. Secretary, Louis Morris. Treasurer, Sam Joseph. Trustees: Dave Brown, H. Leder man, Max Mayer, Jake Grensbacher, N. E. Rubin, Theodore Mack, Joe Cnns, M. Joseph, Joe Sanger. A number of important matters vers discussed and referred to the incoming officers and board. A dance will be given by the Jolly Five Club, at the Hebrew Institute, May 22, 1921. Don't fail to be there. We have secured the most talented band In Fort Worth. We assure you, one and all, a very enjoyable evening. NOTICE! After this the Jewish Monitor will print notices cf dances and other af fairs free, only when given by bona fide crganliationa engaging in charit able, philanthropic, or civic . work. Private clubs or private or ganlza tlons giving affairs for private gain only, will bo charged advertising rates for all notices. Or The Jewish Monitor Is glad to act Zionist Meeting. A successful meeting of the Fort Worth Zionist District was held Sun day, May 8th. at the Hebrew Insti tute. Israel N. Mehl, president of the district, presided at the meet ing. Communication from the Ameri can Federation and from the Keren Hayesod were read by the secretary. A warm diucussion followed, in which a majority of those present partici pated. The interest was especially keen when the speakers mentioned the name of Dr. Wcitzmann, presi dent of the World Organization, and Judge Mack, president of the Ameri can Zionist Organization. Nomination and election of dele gates to the next convention of the American Zionists, which will take place at Cleveland, Ohio, June 5th, was in order. Mr. Israel N. Mehl was selected to represent the Fort Worth District. Also a nomination commit tee for the Jewish Congress was se lected. Rabbi E. A. Abramovitch and M. Shanblum being the committee chosen. WICHITA FALLS. (Continued from Page 9). was highly interesting, Mrs. David Goldberg as leader calling for re ports of committee chairmen for 1920. A feature of the "meeting" was the presentation of gifts to the "president. These included such necessary and ornamental articles ss powder-puffs, boudoir vsnities, flow, ers, huge "diamond" pins, etc The French veterans' "jazz band"' program was a scream, and most or iginal Members of the band were correctly costumed in the blue of the French army achieved by means of blue overalls, with war medals "impersonated" by teaspoons, tin can circles, etc. decorating the coata. Mrs. Louis Alpern, as band leader, displayed a generous assortment of medals. Members of the band who used kitchen utensils as Instruments to great effect, Included Mesdamta I. A. Fine, Schack, Emden, Kati, L. Cohen, Swatt, J. L Art and Miss El sie Cohen. Mrs. Art acted as ac companist A number of selection were given. The impersonation sketch of 'An Old Sweetheart of Mine" was very prettily done. Mrs. Charles Green berg was assisted in this by Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Ginsberg and Mrs. Kru ger, and the sketch was accompan ied by the soft playing of "Love's Old Sweet Song," with Mrs. Al Hor witz at the piano. Mrs. Horwitz la ter featured in an impersonation of "Anna Eva Fake," with the proper sheeted habiliments, Mrs. Ben Kauf man presenting the psychic enter tainer and reading questions to be answered. This diversion was very much applauded. At the close of the program a sec ond diversion, and one planned as a surprise, was created by the appear ance of Miss Minnie Goldberg, dress ed as a little "newsie" who brought in an issue of the "Council Record News," a weil-gotten-up sheet filled with funny stories and take-offs on the Council members. Mrs. Marko witz was responsible for this part of the program, which was highly en joyed and marked the close of an ex ceptionally happy occasion. Members and guests who were present at the luncheon included Mesdames J. L. Art, Alpern, Blank, S. Brettler, D. Brettler, Becker, J. Cohen, L. Cohen, E. Emold, I. A. Fine, Goldberg, Horwitz, Katsz, Kaufman, Kruger, P. Kleinman, Lie pold, Levy, Lebenson, Lyons, Marko witz, Morantz, Pink, Paul, S. Riescn berg, Schlossberg, of Henrietta; Spitz, Swatt, Schack, Veras, A. B. Wolfson, Yurdin, Fisch, Emden, Karlsberg of Henrietta; Marks, M. S. Kaufman, Brettler, Greenberg, J. T. Cartcrm, Liebcrman of Bowie; Persky, Smith, Zundelowitz, Klein, of Burkbumett, Gene Siegel, Silver man, Abe Marcus,, Goldstucker, E. Kleinman of Dallas; Phil Kleinman, D. Capland, Tobolosky,, and Misses Elsie Cohen, Lillie Goldberg, Eva Blank and Rose Levin of Fort Worth. SAPULPA, OKLA. The ladies auxiliary of the Ahavath Sholom Temple entertained with auc tion and whist Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer. Mrs. Loel of Tulsa was suc cessful in reaching high score in auction and was awarded a beautiful silver vase. Consolation falling to Mrs. S. Lefkowitz of Tulsa. Mrs. Steckcl was lucky in whist and was cwarded a beautiful pair of Dresden candle sticks. The booby falling to Miss C. Kins of Beggs. The home was beautifully decorated with ferns and cut flowers. Refreshments consisting of ico cream, cake and mints was served to the following out of town guests: Mrs. Max Travis, Jamuth, Hershko witz, Newman, Ben H. Levy, Jarvis, Ed Levin, Wigwam, Livingstone, Ben II. Lehman, Fireside, Loel, Juliun Kahn, Black, B. M. Block, Louis Ap plemnn, J. Levin, A. Gcodman, M. Coodman, S. Lefkowitz, J. Blumen field ,M. Goldberg, Stickel, Phillip Gordon of Tulsa, Mrs. Frank Swartz, Purcell; Mrs. Bernice Wolfe, Kansas City; Mrs. L. D. Lefkowitz. St. Louis; Miss C Kins, Beggs; Mrs. A. Reese, Amarillo, Texas. Snpulpa guests were Mrs. Bear man, Dreyfus, Seneker, J. Goldstein, M. Paag, Gimly, C. Brodky, Rashall, Topper, Finkelstein, A. J. Katz, Miss Blanche Katz, Mrs. N. Minsky, Gold en. Musical numbers were rendered by Mrs. Seneker and Mrs. Hauk. Mrs. Meyer was assisted in enter taining by Mrs. Lester Katz, Mrs. Louis Geeteh, Mrs. Harry Goltz, Mrs. S. Siieffel, Mrs. Carshon, Mrs. Henry Mnrks and Mrs. A. O. Wilkerson. All departed reporting having had a wonderful time. GREGORY AUTO SUPPLY STATION 118 W. Front St. Cor. Houston Caroline, Oils, Acceweriea, Ex- pert Vulcanizing. Lamar 2332 Fort Worth. READ MONITOR ADVERTISEMENTS AND PROFIT THEREBY STARTING SUNDAY, 2 P. M. ADDED ATTRACTION JOHNNY IIINES in Torchy Mixes In." A Torchy Comply with a THOUSAND LAUGHS I Prenenla Sunday, 2 P. M, to II P. M. Clara K'mball Young's Latest rnd Greater Photodrama HUSH" from the alluring story by Sada Cowan The excellence of the cast, which includes such favorites as J. Frank Glendon, Kathlyn Williams, Jack Pratt and Ber trrm Crabby. Unusually lavish set and beautiful scenes. The fact that a king'a ran som was spent by the star for gowns especially designed by a leading New York modiste, to be worn in this production. Will make you want to see it