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SU1TS so o | JffifiJttsru /2 “3S5Sfc“ %\ Q FINE TWILL BLUE SERGES, ulso pin and pencil »£■ / /Ml# M M Wl // M# #V popular Cambridge and Oxford gfays, plain w stripes. chock or broken conservative m blues, and greens, also pencil stripe worsteds; heather mixtures, browns, grays and blues; in single In double and single breasted models; finest tailoring and double-breasted models • • • L — M . ■ - - *- ■ Clubs THE Y. M. & V. W. II. A. A regular meeting of the Y. M. A Y. W. II. A. will l>c held Sunday, May 1, 2 :'»0 p. in. at the Adams hotel. All memliers and prospective memUrs are urged to attend. Another fine program has l*oon arrangtsl at tie last meeting. All were inspired by the message which Mrs. Itay l)a\id brought to the club. A prominent man will speak Sunday afternoon on qu im portant subject. We are elated over the laet that the quarters at the Adams are Inn-oming too crowded for our purposes. Tt proves conclusively that Denver needs a centrally located community center ami that the young folks are behind the movement with the determination to accomplish that end. The house committee is bending all its energy to obtain a suitable building for tempor ary headquarters. The membership committee reports that many new members have been ob tained in the present drive. Prospect, ive members are urged to bring their dues to the meeting Sunday so that they may obtain membership cards. The board of directors have form ulated plans for a monster campaign lor memliers which will be started the latter part of May. Teams of five meml»ers each will solicit every Jew in the city for membership. They also have passed upon many new applica tions since the last regular meeting. The semi-annual election of officers will take place at Sunday’s meeting, after which the regular good time will follow.—M. 31. K. “YES” Wo Spartans have completed all ar rangements for our First Annual In vitation dance, to bo given at the Belleview Hotel. 20th and Lincoln Rt. Which means that we promise one of the best times of the season to our expected guests.—M. II. OPTIMISTS. The next meeting of the Optimists will Ik* held Thursday evening. May nth nt the home of Mrs. Louis Cohen. 3355 Bannock. Any meml>er who has I any outstanding tickets and money, will kindly turn it in by May 5th. No cards. —A. W. COLUMBINE CLUB. An enjoyable box party was held .Sunday, April 17th. at the Orpheuiu Tlieatre\ The chaperon was Miss Frieda Cinick and Miss Jennie Stein. After tin* show the club went to Bum's and had refreshments. The next meet ing of the Columbine club will be held at the home of Sylvia Shapiro.—S. B. THE T INDOOR LEAGUE. AVe only need a few more teams to complete the V. M. II. A. Indoor Base, ball League. The first games will be played May 15. The winners will Ik* awarded a beautiful loving cup given by the Y. M. & Y. W. II. A. If your team is not entered call Si Judd for information. Y. !)171-\V. Notice of the representatives meeting will be given next week. The A. A. <\. C. A. C.. K. K. K., Stagger Boys and the Sicil ians are requested to communicate with Mr. Judd—M. M. R. U. S. A. GIRLS. A regular meeting of the I*. S. A. Girls was held at (lie Community Cen ter Tuesday evening. April 11). The 1*. S. A. Girls made candy and distributed it among the Jewish sol diers who were the guests of the B. M. II. Auxiliary at their Theatre party at the Denham Theatre Tuesday night. April 20. 11)21. After the business meeting a social hour took place. A very interesting paper entitled "A Prophecy of the F. S. A. Girls” was given h.v Mamie Schwartz. Hetty Strauss entertained by giving variations of popular music at the piano. Miss Anna I’ronstein was elected the new treasurer in Miss Schwartz’s j place ns the latter will be married to I Irving Schwartz, Sunday nfternoon. May S. Tlic next regular meeting will be held Tuesday evening. May 3rd at the home of Minnie Schatt.—B. S. L. A. F. GIRLS. On April 10, the L. A. F. Girls en tertained aft a party at tin* home of Miss Jennie Stein. A meeting was held at the home of Miss Ethel Strauss. o M April 24. 1 Important business was discussed and | the club decided to attend the Pon-j hnin Theatre party. Tuesday niglit.— F. I. THE SHELTERING HOME AUXIL IARV. The Sheltering Home Auxiliary is again appealing to the young Jews of I>enver to join our ranks. They are needed to help with the children of the Homo. We supplement the regular school work of the children, and con duct- a religious school at the I loan* each Sunday morning. We want every young Jewish bov and girl over the age of eighteen, to join our ranks. Pitch in and do some thing for the other fellow. "For things we do only for ourselves die when we die. hut deeds done for others remain immortal.” —A. S. YOUNG JUDEA. The last meeting of Young Judea was held at Oheb Zadek synagog. Wednesday, April 20. Rev. Mayer gave hn interesting tali; on Seder, which should be participated in by all Jews. The club is devoting its time t<» the study of Jewish and American history. Young men and women between the ages of 17 and 2"» arc invited to join. Anyone desiring further information regarding this organization, kindly write to President or Secretary of Young Judea at tin* above address, where last meeting was held. Those familiar with any inemliers of the club may got this information from them. We intend to make this club success ful in every way. Each and every member is co-operating to make this club the best of its kind.—lt. It. THE UTOPIAN CIA It. The last meeting of thet Utopian dub was held at the home of Aaron ,1. Gordon. It was decided that tin* Denver Sheltering Home, being a most worthy institution, should receive tin proceeds of the entertainment to be given at tin* Woman’s dub by tin* Utopians. Further particulars are given hi an advertisement elsewhere on this page. Everybody is working hard and indications are the play will l»c a great success. The Home is do jug a groat work and tin* more money it lias the better it can carry out it-- aims. Do your best. Tin- next meet ing will be held at the borne of Em mett Werner, 2801 E. Colfax on Tues dey evening the 3rd of May. A. J. G. THE DENVER JEWISH NEWS THE SPARTANS. Tho last regulur meeting was held at flu* home of S. Ilichman 152(1 Julian* Much business was completed. after which the members enjoyed a pro gram for the evening. The club announces an open meeting which will be held May 4. 1021. at tile home of .Mr. I. Weiner. 1520 New. ton St. Meeting starts at 8:00 p. m. The next meeting will he held at the home of 11. Strimling. 15112 Meade St. April 27, 1021.—H. M. JUNIOR CONGREGATION OF TEM PLE EMANUEL. The Junior CongregAtioii will meet Sunday, May 1. Max Grossman will read tin* services. Miss Frances Iteeh nitz will sing, and Miss Ulliau Leish en will present current events. . THE ARGONAUT CLUB. A special meeting was called Sun day at 4 :.*M) p. m.. at which the club was honored, by the presence of one the most prominent anri well known business men in the I'nited States, Whe addressed the club on a very interest ing subject. The topic was •‘Business 1 Methods” and has since caused much discussion. Tim visitor was Mr. Joseph Man : isohewitz,' well known in Denver, Ik* 1 Ing one of the heads oi rhe firm ot the B. Manisehewitz Matzo Baking Co. of Cincinnati. Ohio, who Is an old ac qualntnnce of Mr. Samuel Aaron, pres ident of this club also formerly of Cincinnati. Mr. Manisehewitz was greatly inter, csted in our club, spoke of the great advantage which clubs are to the younger people. The regular meeting was held Wed nesday at 8 p. m. at the Argonaut club room. All applications which have been re .eelveil since “Membership Campaign Week.” will he duly considered. Mr. Manisehewitz was the house guest of Mr. Harry Aaron 8320 W. Bitli. Ave.-S. A. The hoard of trustees*of the Euclid Avenue Temple. Cleveland. 0., have elected Jacob IT. Skirball as an assist ant to Rabbi WoNey for the term of i one year. Skirball. who is at present I a senior student at Hebrew Union Col lege. will take Ills position after his j ordination at commencement exercises In June. I THE DRA-MU-LIT CIRCLE. The Yiddish piny “Dor Wilder Mensch.” was produced mat Sunday night nnd was a great success. In spite of the inclement weather the I .ox office receipts were very grati fying. The play was directed by Mr. Hy man Ilirshorn, who was Helped in his department by Mr. Xatlmn Klenskln. sccnarium director, Mr. Nathan Rub son stage manager, nnd Mr. David White, floor manager. Mr. lien Wayne’s work ns advertising director was very good. The work at the Circle’s rooms is progressng very nicely. Several groups have been formed ana each one is showing marked progress. Last Sunday afternoon witnessed an interesting spectacle at the club rooms. The sixty-five young children of the West Denver Religious School Dramatic club held a little party and concert and enjoyed the occasion very much. We are becoming crowded in our quarters and will welcome the time when some Community building with | more spacious quarters is available. Those who are in doubt as to tin necessity of such buildings are asked to judge for themselves by visiting the Dra-Mu-Lit club rooms some night. No one interested In educational I work of any kind can afford not to | belong to an organization of such wide j scope and interest as this one. —H. M. K. B. It. It. .\ regular meeting was held April 25, 1021. Plans for future social af- : fairs were discussed. An interesting . debate was presented* “That Further | Restriction on Foreign Immigration is ; Justifiable.” Teams were led by M. i Kamensky affirmative. 1. Moore, neg ative. We are now open to play indoor baseball games. Send challenge to M. ilellerstein. 2012 W. 14th Ave.- 1. H. S. I>. 1. MKNOKAII. The next meeting of the D. F. Monorail society will be held next Sun- ! day evening. May 1, at the Adams. Hotel. Election of officers will take place and every member is urged t<> j be present.—L. .T. C. Modesty prevents discord.—Talmud | STAGGER BOYS JUNIORS. Tin* Stagger Boys. Juniors, held :i very interesting nml delightful meet ing 21 1 the Adams Hotel last Thurs day evening. A debate was held which grew very exciting nml tin* decision wavered for a long time. The Judges however, decided in favor of the nega tive. The subject was ‘‘Resolved. That the tramway should be owned and op erated by the city of Denver.” After the program, refreshments were serv ed and w(j wore favored by some after, dinner speeches. A permanent debat ing team was elected anti we are now ready to accept challenges from other clubs in this city. Our full quota of membership lias not l»een reached and all Jewish boys between 1." and IS years of age who are interested call Champa imftl for information or send in application with any Stagger Junior and it will be considered. —G. S. JUNIOR COUNCIL GIRLS. The next meeting of the Junior Council will be held in the vestry : moms of Temple Emanuel. May 1st. I L’ p. in. The new officers will be installed. Miss Eva Sclioontlial will .end a paper <»n “The History of the Junior Council.’’ Plans for the picnic will be completed. This will, be the I last meeting of the year. So all be | sure and come. j The Junior Council girls will enter tain their mothers at a Tea. May 3. j Sunday afternoon, from to f» p. m.. I at the Adams Hotel. This is only for I Junior Council girls and their moth ers.—A. T. ASK BIDS FOR TELEPHONE BOOTHS TO BE INSTALLED ALL OYER PALESTINE. Bids are being asked for telephone j booths for the various post offices in j Palestine by the Postmaster General, j reports the Palestine Weekly. It is i expected that telephone booths will 1m- j placed at the disposal of the public j i„ Acre, Bethlehem, Reorshcba, Gaza. Hebron, Modern. Jenin. Mejdel. Nab- ! lus. Nazareth. Potnch Tikvah. Kamal- ' lah. Ramleh. Rislion. Rosh l’inali. Snfcd. Semnkh. Tiberias. Tulkeram ! and Zicliron. It is your duty to support) the slave who was crippled while in your cm- | ploy.—Talmud. At tlu* last meeting of The Utopian Club it was dcehhnl that the Denver Sheltering Home being n most deserving institution, should re ceive the proceeds of the enter tainment to Ihj gi\en at the Woman's Club on the afternoon and evening of May, 22nd. A three act comedy will be pre sented, called “Entertaining Amelia” ns well as several other acts, in cluding the Primrose Trio. - fancy dancing by Agnes Ooldfarb and Rosamond Rosen and po pular songs by Minnie Sehneider mnn. Your Support Requested ■■■ ■■ 1 ■■ — OI K DEPENDABLE SEEDS GIVE BEST RESULTS Six 5c Packets 25c Other sizes in proportion Colorado Seed Co. 1515 Champa Street, near 15th When you are in need of a >unitary Moliel place your confidence in u man, who has great experience in that line. KEY. \V. I*. MAYER •ir»l Cilpin Tel. York 0472 J Omndn’s 1020 field crops returned n value of $1 .<KMl.ti04.flOO. according to rlie Dominion bureau of statistics.