Friday, May 13, 1921.
THE JEWISH MONITOR
it is very often squandered by
others who are not deserving
of it; in this case, the income
will probably do more good to
more people than it could pos
sibly have done in any other
Many will bless the name of
Anna R. Meyer.
Miss Rose Levin of Fort Worth is
Mrs. Karlsberg of Bowie hart re
turned home after a visit with' Mrs.
Mrs. M. Schlossberg of Henrietta
was a guest this week of Mrs. Dave
Mr. Joe Art has returned from
Mrs. Herman Goldstucker and lit
tle son have returned from a visit in
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Lyons are
home from a visit in Fort Worth and
Dr. and Mrs. David Goldberg hav
returned from Dallas.
Mrs. M. Kleinman of Dallas is vis
Mrs. Hyman Kleinman and sister,
Miss Shapiro have gone to New
The Wednesday Afternoon Club
met this week with Mrs. Al Horwitc
and Mrs. Ben Kaufman was winner
of the club prize and the guest prize
was won by Mrs. Louis Pink. Those
who enjoyed Mrs. Horwitz's hospital
ity were Mesdames Ping, Kaufman,
Art, Wolfson, Paul, Liepold, Kruger,
Marks, L Cohen, Phil Kleinman, Le
benson and Emden.
Council Luncheon Beautiful Affair of
The luncheon given by the Council
of Jewish Women at Kemp hotel ban
quet room Thursday was one of the
most delightfully original and en
tertaining affairs ever planned by
that organization. ,
Places were arranged for sixty-
members and guests of the Council
at the long banquet table, which was
very beautifully decorated. Roses,
fern and other cut flowers in vases
marked the length of the table, with
single flowers daintily strewn along
the white cloth. Place cards were
hand-painted sketches of old fash
ioned ladies, daintily dressed in hoop
ed skirts and spring bonnets and the
individual nut cups were touched
with forget-me-nots in blue. The
luncheon menu was another remind
er of spring, with fresh fruit cock
tail, spring chicken, asparagus tips,
and other early delicacies among
the viands served.
The luncheon program opened with
a prayer by Mrs. B. Brettler, after
which Mrs. J. L. Art gave two piano
solos, the Etude, by Sain-Saens, and
Schottish Tone Picture, by MacDow
ell. Both were beautifully done, and
very much enjoyed.
Mrs. A. B. Wolfson, retiring presi
dent of the council, acted as toast
mistress for the luncheon, presiding
with an case and charm which con
tributed most happily to the success
of the toast program. Mrs. Sam
Kruger was first called upon to re
spond to the toastmistress' sugges
tion, and paid a most sincere tribute
to "The Old Residents of Wichita
Falls." Among these Mrs. Kroger
specially mentioned Mrs. A. Zundlco
witz and Mrs. Risenberg, two of the
council "pioneers," and spoke of their
work with the council with thought
ful appreciation. Mrs. H. G. Yurdin,
following, toasted the newcomers to
the city, giving her impressions as a
newcomer, and naming the council a
"life saver" to the stranger In the
Mrs. H. Karlsburg, a special guest
from Bowie, responded to the wel
come to the out of town guests, de
claring appreciation for each of the
group for the attractive hospitality
of the council hostesses.
Mrs. Wolf son's message to the
council, as retiring president, was
one of the most interesting features
of the luncheon to the members. Mrs.
Wolfson spoke of the splendid co-operation
given her by the membership
the past year, and of the harmony
which had prevailed throughout the
work of the organization. At the
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conclusion of her address, Mrs. A.
Horwitz, vice president of the
council, presented the retiring pres
ident with a beautiful basket of
flowers as a tribute of love and re
spect from her co-workers. Mrs. Hor
witz quoted very beautifully and ap
propriately from the sages, ,'He
who guiduth the community in the
right path will incur no sin, but he
who causeth the community to sir.
will not be suffered to repent."
"You have done your work nobly;
you have never shirked your duty.
And so, to show our thanks, our re
pect, our esteem, our love, it is my
privilege to present this basket of
flowers, a gift which always touches
our heart strings."
Mrs. Louis Pink, president-elect,
mnde a most interesting talk on "Our
Watchword," featured by the plea for
the giving up of little prejudices and
little feelings, wherever any obtained
and working in unity, at the conclus
ion of which the council joined in
the singing of the council song,
words to which were written by Mrs.
Pink, with the music to the air of
"Alice Blue Gown."
At the conclusion of the formal
program the entertainment feature
of the occasion opened and proved
the hit of the luncheon. Mrs. I .
Fine opened the "vaudeville" hour
with a violin "re-creation"' take-off
which was very mirth-provoking.
Mrs. Fine was appropriately attired
as a virtuoso performer, with a
heart-shaped boudoir cushion in lieu
of the traditionally correct white
handkerchief protecting her throat
and cheek. She paused at intervals
to permit the full effect of the "re
creating" to be appreciated which
A mock meeting of the council
(Continued oi Page 13).
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