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The Jewish herald. (Houston, Tex.) 1908-1914, December 03, 1908, Image 7

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Come and see us in
our New Home
MR JOSEPH MAGNER
4 Joseph Magner well known as one
of the prominent Jewish charity
workers of New Orleans died on
November 21st in Touro Infirmary
of which he was at one time presi
dent Mr Magner sixty years a
resident of New Orleans was one of
the bestknown philanthropic work
eis in the city and for the past few
years has been assistant secretary of
District Grand Lodge No 7 Inde
pendent Order of Bnai Brith He
was one of the two surviving mem
bers of the original association which
started the Jewish Widows and Or
phans Home and civil war veter
an Joseph Magner was born of a
good family in Hamburg Germany
Oct 28 1828 He came to New Or
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Eureka Laundry We Mend Your Clothes Old Phone 565
B H GREENBERG SON
Furniture and Carpets
Are you going Where To
the Bnai Brith hall Dec 29
Houston Tex Nov 16 08
My Honey Love
Since you called me Dearie Id
doanything in this world for
you neath the old cherry tree
now be sure and come early cause
Im afraid to go home in the dark
You say you cant be a friend to
everybody but if youll be a
friend of mine Ill keep a cozy
corner in my heart for you now
remember it isnt because your
hair is curly not because your
eyes are blue not because you
have those flirty eyes but when
eyes like yours look into eyes like
mine I feel like cuddling up a
little closer lovey mine and if
you say the word Id start saving
up my money for a rainy day
because I am sure it would come
in handy in after years when I
am old
Poor John was over to see me
last night and when he saw that
a cousin of mine was entertain
ing me with the song Love me
and the World is Mine he walk J
ed right in and turned arounc
and walked right out again
While we were down the
Strand we heard him say Gee
I wished I had a girl but all he
got was Sympathy
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when youd know youre not for
gotten by the girl you cant for
get And now Dearie keep on
smiling Be good until we meet
again
ByeBye Dearie
Yours till Niagara Falls
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LITTLE JOHNNY LITTRARY
COLLECTING DUES
Thou lady member fair
I iirsfc mention thee
Because you arc first in our heart
you see
Thou lady member fair
If really thou doth care
The societys weal to enhance
Please pay three months dues in ad
vance
And thou too oh noble sir
On whom rests the worlds care
Thou manly man of dollars and
cents
Please pay three months dues in ad
vance
Thou social member glad and glad
some
Thou lady member fair and hand
some
Thou literary member with sheepish
glance
Please pay three months dues in ad
vance
And ye oh quarters silvery and
round
Who in the ladies purses plentifully
abound
Lay not still there but get busy
If necessary get those ladies dizz
Kick up scamper tamper and
prance
Until you are paid three months in
advance
And thou oh half dollar
Grab the young man by the collar
Scieam shout and holler
Never rest tear his vest pull his
collar
Make the lavish young mans ex
pense
Pay you three months in advance
ALL
u If you wish th esocietys weal to en
hance
Please pay three months dues in ad
vance
business houses he found time for
charitable work and was one of the
charter members of the association
which instituted the Jewish Wid
ows and Orhpans llome Joseph
Simon now is the only surviving
member of this original organization
Mr Magner Avas a member of the
Board of Directors of the institu
tion up to the time of his death He
took an active pari in making the
Touro Ifirmary a success and serv
ed for a president of Board of Di
eictors of the infirmary He was
prominent too in other charitable
work lie served during the war
and was well known all over the
South He is described as being a
particularly unselfish character Ne
ver a man of wealth his character
work consisted of personal services
lie never married A brother and
sister suivive him in Germany
TO LAZY LETTER WRITERS
After January 1 1909 the
subscription price of the Jew
ish Herald will be 150 instead
of 100 a year If you are a
subscriber get your friends to
subscribe and they will know all
the local news without having
to wait for your letters
nio and she was telling me that
for some time past she had been
dreaming of those good old
school days when through clover
blossoms we used to wander with
her in the land of the Buffalo
and of those happy times when
you used to say Howd you like
to spoon with me but as you
dont like her family I dont
think there is any danger of
your bering married to her and I
starving for one sight of you I
know you would be dead willing
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to come back to the good old land
of civilization but remember that
yours is not the only heart thats
aching and absence makes the
heart grow fonder Oh Gee Be
sweet to me kid because Im
lonesome tonight
Yesterday when I felt like lov
ing there was no one around so
I thought Id write to you and
THE LAD1ES AID
Of all the clubs and societys
Composed of woman and maid
Is there one that does so much good
As the Ladies Aid
Should our minister need a new
church
Benches or a new carpel laid
With a smile he puts his worries
aside
And approaches the Ladies Aid
Could we lei asc him not by a word
Lot him csk and not be afraid
Well raffle sew work and smile
For we are the Ladies Aid
And now my dear gentlemen friends
When appioached by our Women anil
Maids
Who tired and weary but with smile
on their faces
Just kindly assist or I m afiaid
There be no Ladies Aid
When your w ork on this earth is done
And to heaven you wish to go
Just knock on the gate and dont be
afraid
For there you will find the Ladies
Aid
Composed by T P I
In order to increase our subscription list we
will give Absolutely Free to any one send
ing us six paid yearly subscriptions at 100 each
a half dozen photos that sell regularly at 900
per dozen at Edwards Art Studio 710 Fannin
This offer is for a limited time only Get
busy now before your friend gets ahead of you
For subscription blanks or further informa
tion call or phone
Herald Printing Co
707 Fannin Stree
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