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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Friday, February 11, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Three THE WACO JEWISH COMMUNITY ' " " " i Some Historical and Reminiscent Notes. .'. . By the Late I. A. Goldstein, One of Waco's Most Prominent Men. In 1850, while the Indians yet roamed the prairies of Texas and menaced the white settlers, the County of McLennan was or- ganized. Jacob de Cordova and Nathaniel A. Ware owned and had laid off a town known as Waco village, and this was selected as the ' county seat by the commissioners. The deed before me shows that Ware was absent, and -. Jacob de Cordova in their joint names on the tenth of June, 1850, deeded "to be held for the use and benefit of the town forever, without the right to sell, alienate, donate, convey or in any way dispose of ten feet around the Waco spring, the public square, the commons fronting on the river and all streets, lanes and alleys. He also deeded to the city for school and church purposes with the right to sell, the block of ground on South Third street l...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Page Four THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 11, 1921. Everything Used In An Office Hill Printing and Stationery Co. MANUFACTURING STATIONERS TELEPHONE 40 WACO, TEXAS The Turner-Coffield Company CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00 WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND GROCERS SUNDRIES WACO, TEXAS ESTABLISHED 1880 WALTER V. FORT AND COMPANY ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE PHONE 102 D. A. Kelley MORRISON'S Big Drug Store "The OH Corner" Established in 1882 By Its Present Prop. The C. M. Trautschold Co. 15th & Franklin Sts. Telephone 1534 MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS OF Sash Doors Columns Office Fixtures Store Fronts Screen Doors Window Screens Blackets Balusters Interior Finish Stair Work Plate Glass Window Glass Windshields Hall Board WACO, TEXAS FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT REMEMBER THE ELITE VISIT OUR FAMOUS BALCONY DINING ROOM (Under New Management) Elite Cafe COLIAS BROS., Proprietors G08 Austin Avenue PHONE 2820 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 320-21 Provident Bldg. WACO, TEXAS E. NELSON MANUFACTURING CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SASH. DOOR...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Friday, February 11, 1921. ing work that is creditable to the humanity . and generosity of our community. In 1873 a lodge of 1. 0. B. B. was organiz ed, and chartered November 9, as Eureka Lodge No. 198, 1. 0. B. B. The first officers v elected were: S. Wolf, president; A. Alexan der, vice president; M. Goldstein, treasurer; L. H. Goldstein, secretary; Sam Sanger,' monitor. Eureka Lodge organized with twenty-five members of whom there are now " living in Waco A. E. Kiersky, A. Cohen, B. ' Haber, L. H. Goldstein, J. Marx, B. Ettelson, Sam Sanger, S. Marx. r 1 P I RABBI ISAAC SIEGAL of the Agusdas Jacob Synagog of Waco, who after a stay of six months has found his way into the hearts of the members of his congregation. Rabbi Siegal is to make his influence felt in the community which is meeting his pioneer efforts with a healthy and vigorous appreciation. In 1879 the members of Eureka Lodge met and resolved to organize a congregation, tinder the name of Rodef Sholom. and to build a sy...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Pajfe Six THE JEWISH MONITOB Friday, February 11, 1921. Waco Steam Laundry and Dry Cleaners "We Wash Every Day" CROW BROS., Proprietors WACO, TEXAS Its the Taste That Tells DELICIOUS Rffl o) O) Sleeper, Boynton & Kendall ATTORENYS-AT-LAW Provident Bldg. WACO, TEXAS Established 1882 W. D. Lacy Coal Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COAL ELEVENTH AND JACKSON STS. WACO, TEXAS Pay Piggly Wiggly a Visit 1 It Will Pay You Furs Furs During 1920 we stored over $75,000 worth of valuable FURS and other garments, as a protection against moths, etc. We Solicit Your Patronage for 1921 PHONE OR WRITE US FOR PRICES Geyser Ice Co. WACO, TEXAS The V. Kemendo Company WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND GROCERS SUNDRIES Houses: Waco-Temple WACO, TEXAS Gayle Printing Co. (Incorporated) PRINTING, ENGRAVING, EMBOSSING, LITHO GRAPHING and RUBBER STAMPS QUALITY AND SERVICE GUARANTEED BY PER SONAL SUPERVISION 120 South Sixth Street Grand Masonic Temple Phone 172 Waco, Texas Gibson Gayle Frank B. Jones Schuyler C. Barrett

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Friday, February H. 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Pagt Seven hood with a membership of nearly 75. This body has raised over $1,500. It decorated the rabbi's study. Has increased the mem bership of his Temple by 35, The services are usually -well attended. The last Pass over services were described as "the best attended and most inspiring in 35 years. Hebrew is being taught in the Sabbath School, and the three Bible classes have learned to read it. He is now advocating a Community House for Waco Jewry. The Temple will be enlarged this summer. Since the coming of Rabbi Macht to Waco the membership of the Temple has increased very materially. His salary was raised twice within a year, and a beautiful home for him was presented by the Sanger family to the Congregation. The Friday evening attend ance at services has increased, and he has started a Sabbath morning service for adults. He has also organized a Junior Con gregation, and a Temple Sisterhood. He has begun the publication of the Mont...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Page Eight THE JEWISH MONITOR ' Friday, February 11. 1921. Insurance For Every Purpose Free Demonstration iiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiij .. 'Tor Particular People" Piggly Wiggly Stores Today at Eighth Street Store GOLDSTEIN-MIGEL CO., Thursday and Friday Saturday at WOY'S STORE Geo. Willig & Company Fire and Casualty Insurance GENERAL AGENTS MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. OF BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 30S-310 Traetorian BIdg. : WACO, TEXAS Langdon E. Luedde & Company WACO, TEXAS A BUSINESS EDUCATION TOBY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE eunnii, iimimi unm Wao,Tiia TheIII!h Grade School tor MianbradebtudenU Bookkeeping, rank ing. Shorthand, Type writing, Telegraphy, Penmanship and Academic Dept. Pouting, Adding Ma chines, Calculator, Mimeograph and all Modern Of flee Appli ance Taught Practically. Ifcaiaioffrree-Entcr urr tum FOR YOU Open All tha Ysar WETEACH BY MAIL Bookkeeping, Shorthand. Touch Typewrit ing, Penmanship, liusiness Arithmetic, English and IlunlneM Letter Writing. m w 13m "QUALITY SERVICE PRICE B...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Baylor University a Practical Training School for Young Men and Women Friday, February 11, 1821. Baylor University, founded, under the Republic of Texas in 1845, offers distinct advantages to students who come to her for training. Her position is established. For seventy-four years Baylor University has met the ever-changing demands made upon colleges of her rank and yet rtained her balance. She has adap ted her work to meet the needs of a progressive world and yet kept her poise. Her work is thorough. The stand ing of her alumni in their respective fields of work justifies all claims she makes as to the character of her train ing. Her purpose is practical. She was founded by Christian statesmen, with keen foresight, to meet a great need v--' ,1 H and the Pacific coast Her equipment is thoroughly modern and the training she offers is the kind that distinguish es good dentistry from mediocre den tistry. There are always good openings for registered pharmacists. Bay...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Page Ten -. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 11, 1921. 0 0 0 ADVERTISING IN THIS IUUSE Natl SECURED BY Bjffik HERMAN DESSAUR ALERT TO SERVE Corner Fourth and Austin WACO, TEXAS O O O Brazelton , ETfc T i n rJehrens Drug Lumber Co. r b phone 60 Company waco, texas . Wholesale Druggists E. W. Marshall & Company YEARS, of SERVICE and the oldest and most complete records of McLennan County, enable us to prepare ABSTRACTS that are ab solutely reliable and correct. General I Fire-Casualty McLennan County Abstract Insurance Company R. S. VAUCHAN, Mgr. Bankers' Trust Bldg. Phone 442-443 WACO, TEXAS 518 Washington St. WACO, TEXAS Sherwin-Williams BfOS. Company 511 Austln Avc- r BOOKS, STATIONERY, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, OF TEXAS NOVELTIES, CIGARS and CIGARETTES PAINTS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, OILS, LEADS, Exclusive Agency for Huyler's Famous Candies WALL PAPER, GLASS, ETC. Phone 382 Open Evenings 720 Austin St. Phone 783 WACO, TEXAS ' , .-. , - . ; -h

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

' Friday, February 11, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Eleven WACO ACTIVITIES A BRIDGE PARTY. Mrs. Morris J. Gollob entertained with a Bridge party on Thursday af ternoon. The large rooms were beautifully decorated with hearts and red and white carnations which carried out the Valentine idea. .The hostess was beautifully gown ed in black and gold lace -and velvet over yellow satin, wearing a beautiful corsage cluster of sweet peas and rose buds. For the highest score a beautiful sachet of satin hearts was awarded to Mrs. H. Auerbach. The consolation a pretty miniature powder puff and mirror, of satin with French flowers of contrasting hues was awarded to Mrs. J. Nussbaum. The booby fell to Mrs. Harry Sachs. The refreshments were of ice cream favoring the heart motif. Those enjoynig the hospitality were Mesdames S. K. Hirschman, Jack Block, Joe Snaman, I. Block, J. Schoenberg, Morris Wood, Harry Wood, Hurry Sachs, H. Auerbach, J. Dannenbaum, Maurice Eisenberg, P. J. Sanger, Sam Strauss...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Page Twelve THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 11, 1921. Worth, L. Cohen, J. Cohen, Joseph of Alexandria, . La., Katz, Schwartz of Vicksburg, P. Kleinman, Dampf, H. Eleinman, Shain, Kruger, Lebenson. Mrs. Harry Katz complimented the visiting ladies with a dance at her home Sunday evening. Mrs. Eugene Liepold entertained at cards Saturday afternoon in compli ment to the visitors. High score in bridge was won by Rose Riesenberg and second high by Mrs. Chas. Eahn, low score by Mrs. H. B. Morris. Other prizes were given to Mesdames Joseph, Shain and Schwartz. A dainty salad course was served to Mesdames Joseph of Alexandria, Schwartz of Vickaburg, Shain, Emold, P. Elein man, J .Cohen, Morris, Juster, Howitz, Dampf, Greenburg, Lazaros Cohen, Eruger, Eahn of Fort Worth, Zundle owitz, Loeb, and Misses Dan of Sort Worth and Rose Riesenberg. t CORS1CANA. Messrs. Alfred Goldman, Louis Goldberg, Sam Daiches, Aaron Levine and Nathan Goldberg were in Ennis Tuesday for the Elk's celebration. Mes...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Friday, February 11, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Thirteen Toby's Practical Business College, Waco, Texas NEAR HIS ACTS. In 1890, when Mr. Toby was teller of the Provident National Bank, be organized a small night class in prac tical bookkeeping. For six years he handled the book work during the day and classes in bookkeeping at night . Some of Waco's most prominent ac co'it.tants, offict an J business mu. are numbered among those first stud ents of Mr. Toby,s. In 1899, Toby's Practical Business College was char tered, capital $10,000. In 1905 capi tal, fully paid up, was increased to $50,000. Mr. Toby, its president and treasurer, is a certified court ac countant of the United States and a There are six great departments in the college: The Academic, Book keeping, Banking, Shorthand, Type writing, Telegraphy and Office Ap pliance. The subjects taught are Bookkeeping, Banking, Advanced Ac counting, Auditing Business Admin istration, AriBtos' or Janes' Shadeless Shorthand, Touch Typ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

0 ''Page Fourteen i answered Hyman, turning back to his ! mirror. "At least it will be worth ;. twenty-five dollars." ' ? He tried to smile as he spoke, but , somehow his sons lazy scorn followed I Trim through the first act and tor j merited him. Even to his own child he , was a worn-out failure, a man who should step aside and give the young er generation room. Even Marcus lied to escape seeing him act his "master piece." Yet after the first curtain when he sat before his dressing table once , more, he half hoped that Marcus would come behind scenes and speak of the performance. He had left his door ajar and when a step sounded in the corridor turned eagerly. But it was only two members of the com pany, the Fool and Cordelia idly gos- THE JEWISH MONITOR badly tarnished. "The next time I wear It, I must have it fixed," he mur mured. "The next time . . .'' and 'went into the wings. It seemed to Hyman that the play would never end. For the first time in his life, he trembled with the...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Friday, February 11, 1921, THE JEWISH MONITOR "THE GIANT OF THE PACIFIC" The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company of California Founded 1868 Fifty-Three Years in Business -:- Over Fifty-Eight Millions in Assets Over Three Hundred and Fifty Millions Life Insurance in Force. Doing Business in Forty-Four States. The Insuring Public is Demanding More Com plete Protection Than the Old-Fashioned "Die-to- Win" Policies Give. The Pacific Mutual is prepared to fill that demand It issues liberal policies protecting the insured during his lifetime and his loved ones while he is going against the five great hazards of life- 1, Sicknes 2, Accident 3, Permanent Total Disabilty 4, Old Age 5, Death Our New Non-Cancellable Income Policy is the most remarkale Disability Contraet ever devised H. F. Cerf, Gen'l Agent 910 Dan Waggoner Building Lamar 2862 Fort Worth, Texas Page Fifteen

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

VI Page Sixteen THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 11, 1021. EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Texaa Rabbi Martin Zlelonka Rabbi David Lefkowltx Rabbi David Roaenbaum Rabbi Hanry Cohan Rabbi A. Warn Rabbi A. E. Abramowltz Rabbi Wolfa Macht Dr. R. Farbar . Rabbi Samuel Roalngar EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTORS Joa. Blatt Rabbi Morrla Tallar Rabbi Chaa. B. LaU Arkaneae Rabbi Leonard Rothataln Rabbi Joaeph H. Stoli Rabbi A. B. Rhine Loulalana Rabbi A. Brill Rabbi Harry A. Mei-fleld EDITORIAL ..fa RABBI GEORGE FOX, Editor A LITTLE LESS NOISE. What is written here may not be very popular, but the writer feels that it should be said. We Jews have grown into the habit of annexing everybody. As a result, non-Jewish writers also ascribe Jewish birth or affilia tions to a large number of prom inent persons who in reality nev er were Jews. Thus the other day Arthur Brisbane, editor of the New York Evening Journal, had a string of names, the own ers of which he said were Jews. Of the dozen or so names men tioned, ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Seventeen Friday, February 11, 1921. o JEWS AND ADVERTISING. A contemporary prints the news that Prof. Werner Som bart, the author of the "Jews and Modern Capitalism," and an authority on the history of com merce, states that the Jew was the first person to advertise. The first business 'ad," according to this economist, appeared in the "'Vossische Zeitung" of Berlin, May 28th, 1711, and stated that a Jewish dealer from Holland would be in Berlin in the store of a certain merchant on a certain street, to sell all sorts of tea at low prices. The "ad" further ad vises that those who desire to avail themselves of the oppor tunity given by this dealer come quickly as he intends to remain in Berlin only eight days. The first "ad" in America, we are told, was published in the "New York Mercury," on Au gust 17th, 1761, by a Jew. His name was Hyman Levy, and the "ad" reads: For sale at Hyman Levy's, Broad Street, all sorts of military effects. Best English ar my shoe...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Hg9 Eighteen ' Freedom,' the 'Brotherhood of Peo ples.' "Who shall raise a voice in their be half 7 Does our country need to enter the League of Nations formally in or der to sound a protest? Why not make Poland and the League of Na tions know that a certain standard of decency is needed ere the United States honor Poland as an associate power? "Why let the Treaty of Versailles degenerate into a work of sham and hypocrisy?" THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 11, 1921. I. RUDE GIVES $10,000 TOWARDS BUYING ELOOM FIELD PARK. WILL BE CALLED RUDE PARK. L. H. Guldman Contributes $5,000 Other Donors Complete Purchase Sum City Will Maintain Park. Denver, the beautiful, is fortunate in having another playground for her people given her. Through the munifi cence of a number of public-spirited wide-visioned and generous citizens, Bloomfield Park has been purchased from its present owner and will be given to the city to care for and pro vide the neighboring residents with a playground and soci...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

0 Friday, February 11, 1921. THE JEWISH MONITOR Page Nineteen 0) I FORT WORTH NEWSl their father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Goldstick. NOTICE. Regular meeting of Iiidor Straus Lodge No. 619, I. 0. B. B., ftnt and third Wedneidayi of each month at 8 ' 'clock p. m. at the Hebrew Institute. ELI GILBERT, President. DR. MAURICE COHN, Secy. Temple Beth-El Corner Galveston and Broadway. Dr. George Fox, Rabbi Services Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. Sabbath School Saturday at 9:30, Sunday at 10:30. Synagogue Ahavath Sholem: Fri day evening services at 8 o'clock. Sat urday morning at 8 o'clock. Sabbath ocheol Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. Please Phone News Items to Lamar S40O, Rosedale 6383, or 466. Mrs. E. C. Gillman, who has been visiting Mr. and Mm. I. E. Horwitz for the past six weeks, will leave Fri day for Fayetteville, Ark., where she expects to make her home. Mr. and Mrs. Gillman has charge of the Jew ish Sheltering Home in Denver, Colo, for the past seven...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Page Twenty. THE JEWISH MONITOR Friday, February 11, 1021. THE ONLY KOSHER MEAT MARKET NOW RECOG NIZED IN DALLAS TT- : NEWS FROM DALLASl George Coon has returned from New York. F. G. Munsey and Aaron Roth metored to Marshal, Tex., Thursday and returned Sunday, Mrs. Sam Herman of Oklahoma City is visiting Mrs. D. G. Oppenheim at the Park Hotel. ' Mrs. Alfred Boas entertained with a four-table bridge party Wednesday afternoon with the visitors as her guests. Word has been received of the en gagement of Miss Bobetta Coon of Hartford, Conn., to Manfred Krans lcoph of Philadlphia, son of Rabbi Kranskoph. Miss Coon will be re membered as the popular guest of her aunt, Mrs. Philip Sanger. Mrs. Morton Lipper of New Fork City is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Baron. Arthur Baron has returned home, he is a mid-year graduate of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania. Miss Estelle Wolf has returned to Jackson, Miss., after spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. R. C. Pol lock. Mr. and Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Friday, February 11, 1921. THE JEWISH M0N1T0I Pag Twenty-One NOTES OF MIZRACHI HATZOIR. Sabbath Obeervence In accordance with the resolutions adopted at the last conference of Mizrachi Hatzoir, special stress is now being: laid on work for Sabbath observence. It is a well known fact that the great majority of our youth are forced to break the Sabbath be cause of the difficulty in obtaining Sabbath observing positions. The value of the Jewish education which may have been received as a child is practically valueless if it is not followed in later life by an ob servance of the tenents of Judaism, especially so the Sabbath. The break ing of the Sabbath, whether willingly or unwillingly generally leads to a loosening of other observances and in a great many cases to a complete es trangement from every phase of Jew ish life. It is for this reason that Miz rachi Hatzoir is asking its centers throughout the country to agitate for Sabbath observances and point out especially to those who su...

Publication Title: Jewish Monitor, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish monitor. — 11 February 1921

Page Twenty-Two CORSICANA. ... Mrs. M. L. Levine was in Dallas Tuesday. 'Mr. Sam Goldberg of Chicago spent Tuesday and Wednesday here. Mr. Max Wolens left Sunday for the Eastern Markets. Miss Evelyn Lyons of Fort Worth spent Sunday with Miss Edith Keron. Miss Ray Goldberg entertained the Koo Koo Klub last week. Bunco was the diversion ami prizes given to Miss Rose Daniels and Mr. Alfred Goldman for most progressions. Mr. Aaron Le .vine received consolation prize. A de licious ice course was served. Miss Evelyn Lyons was a pleasant out-of-town guest. Mr. Isaac Levy is convalescing nice ly after a severe attack of the flu. The' Ladies' Auxilipry o! Te.uple Beth-El will give a number of enter tainments in the near future in order to raise money for the Temple. Sun day night, the young crowd will play 600 and Bunco. Monday, the ladies will have a Bridge party. The presi dent, Mrs. Ben Rosenberg, has offered her home for these affairs. Plans for a big Purim ball are under way to be held ...

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