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The Jewish herald. (Houston, Tex.) 1908-1914, November 12, 1908, Image 7

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Entertained Informally
Mr and Mrs A M Morri
entertained with an inf orma
tA dance at the Concordia Cluh la3l
Thursday night in honor of
ytlieir daughter Misa Sadie
JiKlorriB which proved to ho
thoroughly enjoyable to her
young friends The club rooms
which have recently been re
furnished were prettlyi decor
ated green being the predomin
ating color The stage in the
ball room was banked with ferns
while in the dining room green
was used in the table decora
tions and the souvenirs were al
so of that color Miss Morris
received many beautiful flowers
Mrs M H Lemon and Mrs P
Tuteur served punch Other
present were Messrs and Mes
dames C S Wolf Arthur B
Cohn Abe Lewis Ben Levy
Misses Emma Goldberg Roberta
Wolf Henrietta Lipper Myrtle
Tuteur Rosa Kaiser Adele Levy
Freda Borchard Pearl Colman
Helen Cramer Messrs Harrry
Wolf A Souza Edward Lipper
Abe Wagner Abe Nussbaum
Leon Emmich Charles Kapner
Ren Wolf Maurice Goldman
Phil Pesses Louis Blumenthal
Raphael Lechenger
Hallettsville Wedding
Social notes in the San Antonio
Express of Sunday has the fol
lowing in special correspondence
from Hallettsville Social cir
cles were enlivened during the
past week by two weddings On
1 Sunday evening Miss Johanna
Schwartz the daughter of Mr
and Mrs L Schwartz was mar
ried to Perry Alder of Galveston
The ceremony took place at the
home of the bride Judge W R
< McCutchan officiating The par
lor was neatly and appropiately
decorated for the occasion Pre
ceding the wedding march which
was plajed by Mrs Max Landa
Miss Yetta Schwartz sang My
Dear accompanied by Mrs
Landa on the piano The cere
mony over the guests were in
vited to the dining hall where a
sumptuous supper awaited them
They were the recipients of many
beautiful presents They will
reside in Galveston for which
place they left Monday morn
cfwlii
feureka Laundry We Mend Vour Clothes Old Phone 565
Herzl Zion Society Meets
The regular meeting of the
Herzl Zion Society was called to
order by President Max Flax
man Sunday November 8 1908
at 730 p m
The minutes of the iast meet
ing were read and approved
The report of the ball com
mittee was read and a motion
was offered by Dr Willner that a
vote of thanks be given Mr A
3 Greenstein chairman and his
committee and also that a letter
fthanks be sent to Mesdames
3cher Blumenthal and Tiras
whose good and earnest work
helped to make a grand success
of our first Simchos Torah ball
Mr Abe Gorden chairman of
the propaganda committee re
ported that a social was given
by the propoganda committee
and that our membership had
increased from 61 to 100 in al
most six w months and he hoped
to see as many of our members
as possible to go to Galveston
Sunday November 22nd when
a new society will be organized
A letter was read from Dr
Harry Freidewold president of
the American Federation of
Zionists requesting us to ad
vise him at our earliest conve
niece whether territorial councils
were better for local societies to
get all information and views of
the movement from or whether
the American Federation was
the best source
Much discussion ensued and
every one was very much inter
ested The following resolu
tions were offered
Resolved That it is the opin
ion of the Herzl Zion Society of
Houston Texas that local socie
ties be united in territorial coun
cils and that representatives of
these councils form the Federa
tion of American Zionists as a
supreme council for the whole
country and that local societies
can address all inquiries to the
Federation or to the Territorial
Council
A letter was read from Mr I
D Gertel secretary of the Texas
Zionist Association informing
us that the next State convention
will be held in Waco January 3
and 4 1909 and that one dele
gate for every 25 good standing
members are entitled to delega
tion
The following members were J
elected delegates Rev H B
Leibeman Abe Gorden Max
Flaxman Morris Gordon
Mr A S jreenstejn and Mi4
Phil Blumenthal were elected
alternates
A motion Was offered by Mi
Abe Gordon that all delegates
pay their own expenses unani
mously carried
The committee on National
Fund boxes reported that they
will take up all monies the lat
ter part of December
A motion by Dr Willner that
the profits of the Simchos Torah
ball be given to the National
Fund carried
The resignation of Mr A S
Weiiier for chairman of the Par
ty Fund was read and accepted
and the president will appoint
another chairman at the next
meeting
This meeting was one of the
most enthusiastic business meet
ings held this year and we hope
the good work will keep up
There being no further busi
ness the meeting adjourned
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