Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 10, 1957 Page: 3 of 8
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Around The Town
RESERVE THIS DATE — A SPECIAL PLEA!
Included in Council's busy agenda is their forthcoming March of
Dimes Day when countless of our Council members volunteer to help
prepare a gigantic mailing for the city wide March of Dimes annual
campaign. The day is Thursday, October 24, starting at 10:A.M-, and
continuing through the day at Temple Beth-El Center. Whether you
have an hour or the day to spend, your presence will be greatly ap-
preciated w. know Bring a sack lunch — coffee and dessert will be
on tap. Heading the project this year is Maxine Adel assisted by Mm-
ette Herman and Renee Kreisler. All those interested m helping are
urged to attend.
Dr. Jayne and Harold Eisen and
young son of Beaumont expect to
weekend at Western Hills. Etta
and Sol Brachman enjoying a
South American cruise. Good to
see Leroy Gilbert about after a
severe bout with a flu virus fol-
lowng a siege of vicious shingles.
A big weekend for Nat and Jack
Freling who with their children,
R h i t a and Richard Freling of
Houston and Joan Furgatch of
Beaumont will attend “My Fair
Lady,” at t h e Dallas State Fair
this Saturday. Rave Reviews of
‘MFL” given by Fanette and Nor-
m a n Sonkin who attended last
weekend with their guests, Bebe
and Carl Hess of Houston. Glad
Thurs., Oct. 10, 1957 Texas Jewish Post Fort Worth Page 3
NEWS AND NOTES:
Many more hapy anniversaries
to Rae a n d Abe Gilbert who’ll
celebrate their 40th anniveisary
with members of their family at
their Shreveport home and Coun-
try Club next weekend. Planning
to attend are Jeanette and Harry
Teter, the Gilbert families, Henry
Rosenberg, t he Sol Gilberts of
Denver, the Leon Gilberts of Pam-
pa, the Meyer Spectors of Ama-
rillo, Mr. and Mrs. Issie Fred of
Waco, Gertrude and Donald Teter
of Baytown and Shirley and Sam
Straus of Little Rock.
Added happy anniversary wishes
to Jennie and Harry Rosenthal
who celebrated their 45th, last
‘Sunday, the 6th.
Jennie and Max Baum of Gal-
veston, recent California and Las
Vegas vacationers, holidayed here
with their children, the Sheldon,
Marvin and Paul Labovitz fami"
lies. The Ben Zimmermans have
as their guest, his sister, Mrs. Son-
ia Greenhouse of Mexico City.
Katie and Jerry Leff and young-
sters plan to become Lubbock
residents. Holiday guests in our
town also included Hannah and
Mendel Nussbaum of Austin and
Estelle and Joe Blotner of Dallas
who guested with their children,
Margot and Dave Feld and son,
Eddie. Speedy recovery wishes to
Mraes. Frieda Miron, Ethel Schect-
man, Sondra Cohen, Hattie Land-
man and Mr. Samuel Bernstein.
NAMES IN THE NEWS:
Congratulations to Chairman
Betty Schwartzburg and her co-
worker, Arlene Rosenthal, who
won first prize of 50.00 for their
unique float in last week’s j
United Fund parade for the Crip-!
pled Children’s Society Ladies
Auxiliary- Our added congratula-
tions to Arlene (Mrs. Leonard)
Rosenthal, treasurer of the newly
formed C.C.S. Auxiliary and too,
Beanie (Mrs. Marian) Weil who
serves on the Crippled Children’s
Visiting the Harvey Schwartz-
burgs, at present, are Betty’s
folks, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobs
of New Orleans. Julian Cristol just
back from a Chicago visit with his
brother and famly, the Paul Cns-
tols. At this writing, Betty and
Paul Cohen of Chicago anticipate
attending the Bar Mitzvah of ne-
phew, Lenny Ferstenfeld at Tem-
ple Beth-El* this Friday evening
and also the very excellent qppor-
tunity of celebrating Betty’s birth-
day with mother, Mrs. A. Haller
and sisters Esther Ferstenfeld and
Lillian Sankary and their families.
Speaking of the Ferstenfelds, Es-
ther’s older son, Larry, has the
choice honor of serving as Cadet
Colonel in the official position of
Battle Group Commander in the
ROTC at Arlington Heights High
School. Mrs. Sol Rosenthal home
from her California visit.
Gloria Rashti, daughter of Toba
and Abe Rashti, has pledged Alpha
EpsilonPhi sorority at the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma. Roz (Mrs. Man-
nie Rosenthal home from her e-
mergency trip to New Jersey with
the prayers and hopes of her fami-
ly and friends that her Dad, David
Gross of Trenton, continues to re-
cuperate from his recent illness
Former our-towner, Ida Abram-
son of-Boston a recent guest of
son, Garl Abramson and sister and
family, Doris and Mickey Mermel-
stein in Tyler- Good wishes to the
Dr. Chai-les Robinsons in their
lovely new home at 3604 Autumn
This Tuesday noon, our gallant women of Beth-El
Sisterhood will hold their Annual Donor Luncheon
at the Temple Center.
In keeping with the Donor theme, a program sure to
delight every woman’s heart will be seen when Meach-
am’s presents their “Royalty of Fashions.
Planning this sparkling afternoon’s luncheon and en-
tertainment are staunch Sisterhood members. Lor-
raine Miller, Ida Glazer, Sara Gilbert, Etta Stuart,
Louise Lipshitz and Florence Simon.
Your donation and support of this affair will further.
Sisterhood’s Temple projects.
703 Continental National Bank Bldg.
TO SERVE YOU
1553 West Berry
to hear that Mrs. Amanda Colton
recovered from her recent illness
was well enough to return to her
New York home last week. Miss
Phyllis Glass of Torrence, Calif.,
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* We Now Have A Complete
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and Mother’s Gefilte Fish
We Have Delicious Sour Cream
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3563 ALTON ROAD
Fair Westcliff Shopping Center
Gourmet dinner — ever?
Thursday—a tradition in Fort
Worth (an added entree on
our Thursday menu). Your
hosts — Neal Hospers and
Frank Carvey. Open every
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