The Texas Jewish Herald (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 8, 1930 Page: 2 of 8
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and Mrs. Nathan Kransor
Mrs. M*x Bath, Mrs. Stons
Mrs. R. Feigle of Shrevi
and Mrs. Nathan Stain.
PALACE RIDING STABLES
P. B. BORDEN. Owner
Riding and Training Stables. Horses Rented by
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolff of
Shreveport, La., were the guests of
relatives here Thursday.
5708 Almeda Road
Mrs. Archie Bernstein and son a
Mrs. Archie Marshak and daughter
Chicago, who have been visiting th<
sisters and brother, have returned
Mr. and Mrs. C. Silberstein and
son, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Silberstein,'
waosma loots w. waonaa t. n
WAGNER & WAGNER
ATTORNIYS AT LAW
MW floor Post-Dispatch Building
motored to Tyler Sunday to spend
the day with their sister and niece.
By Sara Giaifeerg
Mrs. Stone of Pallas is spending-
some time here ‘With her daughter.
Mrs. Bert Bergson.
Mrs. Berney Fane and daughter,
of Shreveport, La., are the guests of
her sister, Mrs. Will Roth.
Jacob Singer, commissioner of
finance and revenue, attended the
B’nai B’rith convention at Chattan-
Mr. and Mrs. Pave Lewis and son,
Jessie Lewis, of Houston, motored
here for s few days last week, at-
tending the Texas Bakers’ Associa-
tion convention which was held here
Miss Hannah Myers returned Mon-
day morning from Galveston where
she visited for four days.
Ultra-Violet Rays, Infra-Red Lights, Steam Baths and
Swedish Massages—— Beneficial Treatments for Colds,
Rheumatism and Neuritis.
CRAY’S HEALTH INSTITUTE
For AppoialmMli Phone Capitol 4780
7 27-28 F.per.o. Bldg. Kathryn Gray in Chargo
(Continued on page 3)
Mr. and Mrs Henry .Stein were
charming host and hostess to the
Couple Bridge Club last Tuesday ev-
ening. After several interesting
games Mrs. Aaron Roth was awarded
high score prise for the ladies while
to Mr. Abe Friedman went the gen-
tleman’s prise. A lovely two-course
supper was served. Those who enjoy-
ed this party were: Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Bergson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kranson,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Roth, Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. M. K.
Galveston Chapter of Hadaasah
will entertain with a benefit card
party at Gaido's May 16 at 3 o’clock.
There will be attractive table prise*
in addition to door and conaolation
award*. Reservations may be made
by telephoning Mra. B. Salts, 3108,
or Mrs. Oave Rosenberg, 8267.
SUITS CLEANED AND
The losing team of the recent
membership drive staged by the local
Junior Hadassah CitpPter will en-
tertain the winning side, hesded by
Miss Sara Ginsberg as captain, with
a Wiener Roast Tuesday Evening,
May 13th at 7 p. m. at the San Pedro
park. Miss Blanche Barnett is cap-
tain of the losing team and this af-
fair is only for paid-up members of
both teams and in compliment to the
new members gained tlyough this
STANDARD PRINTING & UTHO. CO
814 Poarl Phone 61
A very pretty wedding was sol-
emnised Saturday night at 7:30
o’clock at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. I. Davidson, 4728* Crockett
Place, when their sister, Miss Julia
Grossberg, was united in marriage to
Irving B. Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A, Kaplin of Crowley, La. Dr. Henry
Cohen officiated, and only the im-
mediate family was present for the
nuptials. The bride was attractively
attired in a lovely flesh colored crepe
chiffon made in princess effect, with
hair braid hat and harmonizing ac-
cessories. She carried a shower bou-
quet of roses of and lilies of thi? val-
ley, Mrs. Davidson served as matron
of honor, wearing a chic costume of,
blue chiffon in trailing effect. Dave
Fpitel served as best man. Following
the ceremony a bridal dinner was
served. Mr. and Mrs* Kaplin left Sat-
urday night’ for Colorado and points
West. Mrs. Kaplan was gowned for
traveling in an attractive- blue crepe
ensemble with shoes and hat to
match. They will reside in Crowley.
Palace of Gastronomy
DINE AND DANCE
h l LUNCHES TEA
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I PRIVATE DINING ROOMS
:• Dinner and supper parties
£ MARTEL & COMPANY
I 4503 Main^ Phone Hadley 7187 jj
Mrs. J. ShanotofBky of Houston,
Texas, was a recent visitor here.
The Most Exclusive Night Club
FEATURJNG TEN-PIECE ORCHESTRA
Minimum Charge, $1.50 Per Person
For Reservations Phone Loma Linda Long Distance
Dream Castle of Terpischore
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sapson are now
located in their new horpe, 246 North
Drive and will be pleased to see their
The Junior Hadassah held the reg-
ular May meeting Monday evening,
May fith, at tile honle of bite of their
new sponsors. Mrt. Sapsqn on North
Drive. The new officers were in-
stalled to serve for the ensuing term.
A very interesting musical .and cul-
tural program was given. Miss Ade-
laide Miller won the attendance
prize. Miss Dorothy Greenfield, the
past president, was presented with a
little remembrnnee from the club, in
appreciation of her work during her
administration. Mrs. Sapson was
hostess to the membership and the
members take this means of thank-
ing her for her efforts in making the
meeting the success that it was.
FI«»Weiv alvy^yg-—tm Her Day. If out of
town, let lid wire them,
Ye Blossom Shoppe
3503 Main Hadley 8171
liiiiimtiiitftii M in f ili i •
Mr. and Mrs. David Fishc*, 3806
T, were at home last Sunday in honor
of the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Stanley G. Fisher. .
—Oil Burning Enginaa
—Smooth Road bade
—On nme Arrival
The J. M. Society will give their
Eighth Anniversary dance on May
17th. The society will have a din-
ner dance at the Piccadilly Night
Club for members and dates only.
Mr. and MrS. Irving Ruttman mo-
tored to Cincinnati, O., leaving Sun-
day, for a three month’s visit.
For Every Man’* or Woman’s O’Coat Sent Ua to be
Cleaned and Pressed
A. W. HERR
Dh. Pm*. Aim.
W9 Traaa Awwa
Phoa# Pr-aoo 0062
Beaumont Young Judea
The Young Judea Club of Beau-
mont are to present a play at the
Hebrew Institute on Sunday, May
25th. “The I-aughing Lure” is the
name of the play by Dr. Carey and
Mrs. Henry Grossman spent sev-
eral days in San Antonio last week.
Cleaning and Pressing
A. W. HERR, Div. Paas. Agt.
919 Texas Ave., Rice Hotel Bldg.
Phone Preston 2847
Mr. and Mr*. Leon Berman and
daughter of McAllen, spent Sunday
with their brother and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Berman and family.
Cleans and Presses
Miss Mollie Shainock of Houston,
Who has been a visitor in this city,
returned to her home.
and far away!
Men’s Suits Cleaned and Pressed, 50c
Moth Bags, 15c Extra
CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED PRICES
The Twenty-Sixth Annual Con-
vention of the Texas Zionist Associa-
tion will take place Sunday, May 18,
and Monday, May 19th, in Ft. Worth.
The convention will open at 10
o’clock at the Hebrew Institute. The
Convention Committee has made all
arrangement^ to take cpre of all
delegates, visitors and guests.
The railroads haVe granted an ex-
cursion of 1 Vi - railroad far* for
round trip on a certificate-plan.
The local program comittee with
the state comittee ha* worked out
a very interesting program and I
am sure that the delegates and visi-
tors will spend a very pleasant and
interesting few days in attending this
convention. Tka Fort Worth Jewish
Community will give a very glad wel-
come to all gueata. •
The Hadaasah chapter will alao
have their convention at the same
time. The local Hadaasah of this city
has made all necessary arrangements
to entertain them to the best of their
On behalf of the Convention Com-
mittee I extend an invitation to the
entire Jewry of the State whether
delegates or not, to make it their
pleasant duty to come with their fam-
ilies and attend this convention whieh
will no doubt be one of the very best
Jewish gatherings in the history of
our state. Questions of great im-
portance for the Jewish cause in gen-
eral and the Zionists in particular
will coma before thla convention, and
it will b* the duty of ovary sincere
Jew t obe present at the delibera-
Week-ends, the open roads call yqp.
During the week, days and nights are
full with’ engagements. No time for
a busy man’s motor to get off its
feed, because every minute counts.
So fill up your tank with
By Leslie Hoffman
2311 Milam 5410-5412 Harrisburg
Phone* Had 9692, Way. 2304, 0016 -
All Ceejlt Insured Against Fire susd Theft While in Our Fnsenssina
Waco Young Judon Notes
On Sunday, May 4, the Waco
Young Judea Club and the Ft. Worth
Young Judea Club met in a debate.
The debate was held In Ft. Worth.
Waco was represented bjFHarry Sieg-
el and Leslie Hoffman. Ft. Worth de-
baters were Beatrice Frankrich and
Rebecca Lutsky. The subject for de-
bate was “Resolved that the Estab-
lishment of Jewish Parochial Schools
should be Encouraged in the U. S.”
The Waco Team was given n unani-
mous decision by the judges. By win-
ning the debate the Waco team won
the right to meet Beaumont for the
Young Judea debating championship
of Texas. This debate will be held
at the Young Judea Convention
which is to be held in Beaumont in
the mont hof August. Harry Siegel
was judged best speaker of the de-
bate. The judges were Miss Green-
span, Mr. Corshsn and Mr. Klimist
A very large audience were in at-
tendance. Joe Leo Siegel, Sam Aron-
aon, Isadora Walk, and Abe Ellis ac-
companied the Waco debaters to Ft
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Miss Lily Chasanow and her guest,
Mias Sarah Mendel of Galveston, and
Mias Ruth Englander were recent
viaKoti in Dallaa.
The Junior Hadaasah era planning
to give a program to honor their tions.
mother* on Mother’* Day, to bo hold
April tlth, st the Hebrew Institute.
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Goldberg, Edgar. The Texas Jewish Herald (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 4, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 8, 1930, newspaper, May 8, 1930; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1054841/m1/2/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .