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The Jewish herald. (Houston, Tex.) 1908-1914, August 03, 1911, Image 6

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MUSIC
HOUSE
THEO D MEYER PROPRIETOR
The Music Man
YOU
must start your child
right Don t think any
piano will do The
pupil is influenced al
most as much by the
instrument as by the
teacher
Before You Buy
give our PIANOS an examina
tion and you will find the in
strument you have been looking
for
MONTHLY PAYMENTS can
be arranged and OLD PIANOS
will be taken in exchange
Phone Preston 1037
Showroom 801 Fannin Street
Houston Texas
We Tune Move Rent Pianos
Century Edition 10c Music
BORNs
Tailoring Establishment
Prompt Attention Given to Clean
ing and Pressing
All Work Oiled Eor nd Deified
A Trial Will Convinca You
616 Fannin S Phone Proton 3731
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31
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THE JEWISH
banjn entertained the visiting girls
with an auto ride Those in the party
were Misses Rao and Fannie Lovine of
Wharton Mildred and Camille Berg
son of Marshall Lillian Porlsteln of
Beaumont Lena Becker and Bettie Le
vine Lena Applebaum
The wholesale establishment of the
Houston Dry Goods Notion Com
pany has been acquired by Mr J L
Souza and will be continued under the
style of American Notion Company
and their great specialty will be shirts
hosiery and underwear gloves and no
tions Mr Souzas effort will be to
make this establishment one of the
foiemost in the Southwest and the
very extensive stock in those lines
piocured is the first step towards it
Of all the enjoyable affairs 01 the
season none was more appreciated than
the watermelon party given by Mr
and Mrs S J Westheimer at their
home to the members of the Jewish
Literary Society on Wednesday evening
lawn was brilliantly
ing a week ago The
liantly lighted and their spacious
home turned over to the guests Mu
sic and an apron sale furnished diver
sion for the evening and as the guests
depaited all weio piofuse in their
praise of the host and hostess and a
longtoberemembered and enjoyable
evening spent
BRiTH ABRAHAM
At the last regular meeting of An
chell Hirsch Lodge No 200 0 B A
which was held at Adath Yeshurun
Hall the following officers were in
stalled by exPresident D Frosch
President Joe Tiras vicepresident L
Schlanger recording secietary M
Gordon financial secretary A S
Greenstein inner guard S Goldap
per trustees D Frosch L Seline and
M Shlakzug
5672 1911
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A Happy Bitew Year
MR AND MRSL SAMSON
HOUSTON TEXAS
ewis
With your name and address printed on them similar
to the above with envelopes 50c per dozen 2 dozen
75c 50 for 100 Cash must accompany all orders
Write name and address plainly Mail orders given
prompt attention
jUJ Herald PriotingCo
31 PHONE PRESTON 2410
JzifO 1018 Franklin Ave Houston Texas
31
HERALD
A pleasant feature of the meeting
following the installation of officers
was the notice to President Joe Tiras
from the Grand Lodge that he had
been appointed District Deptity Grand
Master of the Southern District of Tex
as and presented by the Grand Lodge
with a gold badge of his office This
recognition came to President Tiras for
faithful work on behalf of Anshell
Hirsch Lodge and the order in general
Bro Tiras having served the lodge
seveial times as vicepresident and
three terms as president and his ap
pointment now as District Deputy
Grand Master comes in direct line of
promotion for faithfully performing
all duties as prescribed by the laws
and ritual of the order
JOE LEVY OF IY1ARLBN DEAD
Joe Levy a prominent young busi
ness man of Marlin Texas formerly
manager of the Arlington hotel and
sanitarium died July 27 at Bellville
Texas following a brief illness Mr
Levy was 32 years of age and was a
native of Falls county having been
identified with the business interests
of the city of Marlin for many years
His family is one of the oldest in
the state and his father a very weal
thy merchant and the builder of the
new Arlington hotel sanitarium and
opera house
Joe Levy is survived by the wife
parents three brothers and one sister
He was well known in Houston and
had many friends in this city and sec
tion
Miss Celia Pesses entertained Fri
day evening at her home 1708 Bell
avenue in honor of Miss Sara Sellin
ger of San Antonio the guest of Miss
Jennie Karkowsky The most enjoy
able feature of the evening was the
music furnished bw Prof Harry C
Kionsberg of San Antonio on the vio
lin accompanied by Miss Karkowsky
on the piano An ice course of re
freshments was served while punch
was served throughout the entire even
ing Those paiticipating were Misses
Sara Sellinger honoree of San Anto
nio Jennie Karkowsky Blanche Wolf
Mamie Pesses Fannie Karkowsky
Nannie Wolf Henrietta Pesses Celia
Pesses Prof H C Kronsberg of San
Antonio Ben Wolf Harry Mann Mose
H Harris Ike Jacobs Phil Pesses Joe
Finger Arthur Silverberg Mr and
Mrs Pesses
In honor of her guests Misses
Itaye and Fannye Levine of Wharton
Miss Lena Becker entertained a five
table party of clever card players yes
terday afternoon Salted mints and
ices were served during the progress
of the series of games and a course
Rosenbergs Famous
Medal Coffee r
The kind the U S Armfi
at San Antonio selected
for the third time over
28 competitors as being
the best Try it For
sale at all grocers
A Strong Guarantee
Try a can of Rosenberg s Gold
Medal Coffee and if not the best
you ever used the grocer has our
instructions to refund full amount
paid
HOUSTON TEXAS
ZERBE MARBLE WORKS
Monuments and Building
OUT STONES
St Phone
Cha8 F Prkeirf
Economy Corner
The Houston Optical Co
The Latest in Eveffy
Thing Optical
SOS MAIN STREET
Houston Candy
Kitchen
CHAS PAVLOVICH Prop
PHONE P EStON 44211 < l
713 Main St Houston Texas

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