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1910 Mar 31 (Pg 5 Col 2)

Mr. And Mrs. Karl Tiras announce the engagement of their daughter, Irma, to Mr. Farber of Galveston.

1910 May 26 (Pg 5 Col 2)

The marriage of Miss Irma Tiras to Mr. Farber will take place at Sangerbund Hall on June 9th.

1910 Jun 09 (Pg 5 Col 2)

A party will be given in honor of Master Henry Tiras, son of Mr. And Mrs. Morris Tiras, 1510 Walger (Walker) avenue, the occasion being the young man's Bar Mitzvah.

1910 Jun 16 (Pg 5 Col 4)

        Farber Tiras Nuptials
        The wedding of Mr. Abe Farber of Galveston and Miss Irma Tiras, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Karl Tiras took place last Thursday night at Sangerbund Hall in the presence or a large (group) of guests. Rabbi Willner performing the ceremony in a very impressive manner.
        After congradulations were extended thew newly weds, a dainty repast was served and wine flowed in abundance.
        Music furnished by the Dixon Orchestra, served to entertain the dancing guests till a late hour.
        Mr. And Mrs. Farber will reside in Galveston.

1912 May 23 (Pg 5 Col 2)

Mr. And Mrs. J. Tiras will hold a reception at their residence, 906 Chartres Street, in honor of the confirmation of their daughter, May, on Sunday afternoon, May 26, from 3 to 6 and 7 to 10. All are welcome.

1912 Jul 05 (Pg 4 Col 2)

A surprise party was given at the home of M. Tiras, 1510 Walker avenue, in honor of his son, Henry Tiras, who was 15 years old June 26 1912. Among the guests were: Misses Regina and Rosabelle Greenberg, Hannah Cohen, Zillah Willner, Nora and Ruth Tiras, Cassie Kaber, Helen and Elizabeth Miner, Millie Segal, Hermena Gaber, Jessie Handy, Ernestine Nussbaum, Sadie and Rose Tiras. The boys were: Abe Battlestein, Charles Simpson, Abe Weingarten, Max JURAN, Henry Greenberg, Max Summer, Abe and Henry Tiras. Mr. And Mrs. Schneider of Galveston and Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiras were among the guests.

1913 Jun 12 (Pg 5 Col 2)

Mr. And Mrs. K. Tiras will entertain with a Confirmation party in honor of their daughter, Myra, on Sunday, June 15th.

1916 May 25 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. And Mrs. M. Tiras will celebrate the twenty-first anniversary of their marriage on Sunday, May 28. Their children presented them a handsomely engraved silver candelabra.

1916 Jun 29 (Pg 5 Col 4)

A delightful surprise party was given Henry Tiras Monday night at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiras, in honor of his birthday. Those present were Misses Mollie Bellish, Hannah Wagner, Hannah Tiras, Fannie Weiser, Rosie and Mary Weiser, Regina Greenberg, Minnie Cohen, Annie Levine, Ruth and May Tiras, Rose Tiras; Mrs. Harry Paine, Harry Rolnick, Sidney Lippman, Henry Tiras, Aaron Rosenzweig, Joe Burkowitz, Albert Abramson.

1916 Aug 10 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tiras announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Elsie, to Mr. Frank J. Berwald.

1916 Dec 14 (Pg 5 Col 4)
1917 Jan 4 (Pg 5 Col 4)

        One of th prettiest weddings of the holidays was solemnized Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tiras, uniting in marriage their daughter, Elsie, to Frank J. Berwald, the ceremony taking place in the presence of relatives and friends.
        Preceding the entrance of the bridal party, Elmo Rice gave a vocal selection, after which Thayer's orchestra played the wedding march to the accompaniment of which the party entered an passed through an aisle formed of white ribbons held by the ushers, Messrs. Otto Tiras, Sam Tiras, Jesse Wagner, Morris Seligman and Henry Tiras. The bride entered with her father and the groom with his mother, Mrs. Rose Berwald of Dallas.
        The ceremony was performed by Rabbi W. Wilner, after which a wedding repast was served.
        Miss Hadey Tiras was maid of honor; Misses May Tiras and Bertha Wagner were bridesmaids. Both carried white carnations.
        The groom was attended by L. H. Berwald as best man and Messrs. Isadore Tiras and Paul Berwald served as groomsmen.
        Miss Ruth Tiras presided over the bride's book.
        Mr. and Mrs. Berwald left for a trip to Dallas, the bride's traveling suit being of dark brown with hat an accessories in harmony. They will be at home after January 6 at 909 Chartres.
        Many handsome gifts were received by the young couple and among the out of town guests was the groom's uncle, Arthur Simon of Fort Worth, and Miss Bessie Farber of Galveston.

1920 Feb 19 (Pg 5 Col 2)

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tiras will learn with much pleasure of the betrothal of their youngest daughter, Ruth, to Mr. Manuel Heffler of this city. We congratulate.

1920 Apr 15 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiras invite all their friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Isy Tiras, Saturday, April 17, 1920, at Adath Yeshurun Synagogue.

1920 Jun 3 (Pg 3 Col 6)

Tyler

Among those who received diplomas last Thursday, May 27, for successfully completing their high school course were Misses Sadie Eisen, Rose Horowitz, Millie Heffler and of the boys, Leo Golenternick.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Heffler are the happy parents of a baby girl.

1920 Dec 16 (Pg 5 Col 4)

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tiras announce the engagement of their daughter, May, to Max Borger of Chicago, Ill.

Dr. S. Joachim announces the engagement of his daughter, Hilda, to Otto Tiras of this city.

1921 Mar 3 (Pg 7 Col 2)

        Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs.Joseph Tiras, their daughter, Miss Ruth Tiras and Manuel I. Heffler were united in marriage, the ceremony being solemnized by Dr. Wilner in the presence of relatives and friends.
        Mrs. J. Oliver Berlowitz sang the bridal solo, "At Dawning," with Mr. Berlowitz accompanying.
        The orchestra played the wedding march.
        The setting for the wedding was beautifully accomplished with palms, ferns and stately callas in baskets. In one corner of the room a canopy of white satin was twined with smilax and on each side of this were floor baskets of the callas. The ushers, Messrs. Otto Tiras, Henry Tiras, Abe Tiras, and Herbert Joachim, stretched the white ribbons to form an aisle.
        The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Frank J. Berwald as matron of honor, and Miss Hadey Tiras as maid of honor. Misses Nora and Rose Tiras were bridesmaids. The best man was Max Joacquim (sic) and the groomsmen were Isidore Tiras and Sam Tiras.
        Mrs. Berwald wore a lovely gown of white crepe meteor with touches of burnt orange and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Miss Hadey Tiras' frock was of lavender changeable taffeta trimmed with silver lace and silver ribbon with elaborate sherings? and her bouquet was of pink carnations.
        Miss Nora Tiras wore changeable old rose taffeta and silver lace and Miss Rose Tiras wore Nile green taffeta, with sequin beading. Both carried pink carnations.
        The bride was becoming gowned in white crepe meteor and chantilly lace with trimming of satin ribbon. A tulle veil was prettily adjusted with white sweet peas and she carried a bridal shower of roses.
        Mrs. Joseph Tiras, mother of the bride, wore a handsome gown of black satin interwoven with threads of silver.
        After the ceremony congratulations were spoken and refreshments served in the dining room. Miss May Tiras had charge of the bride's book. The wedding cake was of heart shape beautifully embossed in bridal design and served with ice cream molded as callas, delicious fruit punch and mints.
        After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Heffler will be at home at 906 Chartres Street. Mrs. Heffler's going away gown was a smart spring suit of navy tricotine with hat and accessories to match.
        Numerous handsome wedding gifts were received and several out of town guests came for the wedding.

1921 Jun 16 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Mae Tiras, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tiras, 906 Chartres, to Mr. Max Borger of Chicago, which will take place at the home of the bride's parents, June 29th, at 7:30 PM.

1921 Jul 7 (Pg 5 Col 3, Pg 6 Col 2)

        The marriage of Miss May Tiras and Max Borger took place Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tiras, Dr. W. Willner performing the ceremony.
        The bride's sister, Mrs. E. Heffler, was matron of honor, and another sister, Miss Hadey Tiras, was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Misses Rose and Nora Tiras and Miss Hilda Joachim. They wore dainty frocks of organdie in rainbow motif and carried garden baskets of Columbia roses tied with tulle.
        Sam Tiras served the groom as best man and the groomsmen were Isadore Tiras, Otto Tiras and Henry Tiras.
        The groom entered with his mother, Mrs. Borger, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white satin and chantilly lace with hand-made roses as trimming and a tulle veil with bandeau of brilliants and wreath of orange blossoms at the back. She carried a shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley.
        Mrs. Tiras, mother of the bride, wore a gown of dark blue ranton crepe handsomely beaded and a corsage of roses.
        The bridal song, "At Dawning" was given by Miss Rosetta Zindler, accompanied by Miss Wandell and Mr. Mandel played the wedding march.
        Following the ceremony and the dinner? was served, the cream b? ? as two doves with individual ? cakes and punch. Later in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Borger left for a wedding trip and after July 15 they will be at home at 906 Chartres. Mrs. Borger's traveling suit was of dark blue tricot? braided and embroidered and worn with hat of blue laff?
        Many handsome wedding gifts of ? China and crystal were nicely ?

1921 Aug 25 (Pg 6 Cols 2-4)

        A pretty and impressive ceremony was the marriage of Miss Hilda Joachim, daughter of Dr. S. Joachim, and Otto Tiras, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tiras, which took place Wednesday evening, August 17, at the home of the bride's father in the presence of many friends and relatives. Dr. Wilner performed the ceremony and the wedding music was rendered by Miss Rosetta Zindler, who sang "At Dawning," accompanied by Miss Rosetta Chimene. Mr. Lewis played the Mendelssohn wedding march as the processional.
        The decorations of the home were elaborate and beautiful. The stairway was twined with smilax and white tulle and the bridal party passed down them and through an aisle of tall baskets filled with white zinnias and fern and tied with tulle to the improvised altar in the living room. In front of the fireplace a dome of smilax and white zinnias was placed in the center of which were white doves. Palms and smilax gave a soft background for the placing of quantities of white blossoms and feto? softly twined with taffe.
        The bride was attended by Miss Nora Tiras as bridesmaid and Miss Hady Tiras as maid of honor. Both wore dainty frocks of blue organdie with pink sashes and carried arm clusters of pink asters tied with tulle.
        Isadore Tiras attended his brother as best man and the bride's brother, Herbert Joachim was groomsman.
        The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of duchess satin with overdress of tulle and cascade of orange blossoms and her veil was adjusted duchess fashion with wreath of orange blossoms. Her flowers were a shower of roses and lilies of the valley.
        Mrs. Tiras, mother of the groom, wore a handsome gown of black sat6in embroidered in silver.
        After the ceremony an informal reception was held and refreshments served in the dining room. Here the color scheme was pink and white. The chandelier above the bride's table was twined with smilax from which fell a shower of white blossoms. The table was draped with lace over pink satin across which ran a delicate tracery of vines and pink flowers. A row of silver candlesticks held the wedding tapers and these were baked together and joined to the central silver basket of pink roses with bows and streamers of tulle. At one corner was the heart shaped wedding cake beautifully embossed in roses and doves, and crystal dishes held mints of pink and white. About the cake was a circle of maiden-hair fern and pink flowers. Cream molded as pink roses and individual cakes of pink and white were served. Miss Fanny Cohen presided at the punch table.
        Mr. and Mrs. Tiras left during the evening for a bridal trip, after which they will be at home at 907 Chartres. Mrs. Tiras traveled in a ? suit of blue tricotine with hat and accessories to harmonize. Many handsome wedding gifts evidenced the affection of a wide circle of friends.

1921 Oct 27 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tiras announce the Bar Mitzvah of Master Stanley Henig at Adath Yeshurun Synagogue on Sabbath morning, October 28th.

1921 Dec 1 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Seibel announce the engagement of their daughter, Rose, to Mr. Sam L. Tiras.

1921 Dec 29 (Pg 6 Col 4)

Mr. Karl Tiras announces the engagement of his daughter, Hanna, to Oscar Beck of San Antonio.

1922 Jun 8 (Pg 3 Col 4)
1922 Jun 8 (Pg 8 Col 3,4)

        Mr. and Mrs. Gus Jacobs and daughter were visitors from Port Arthur for the past week. While here they attended the Tiras-Seibel wedding.

        The marriage of Miss Rose Seibel and Mr. Sam L. Tiras was solemnized on Sunday, May 28th, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening at Adath Emeth Synagogue with a reception afterwards at the community hall. Dr. W. Wilner officiated.
        Palms and ferns were used for decorating.Miss Fannie Seibel was maid of honor. She wore a gown of pink and blue organdie trimmed in lace and carried pink carnations.
        The brides maids were Misses Nora Ferdkin in white orchid over pink in ruffled mode; Elizabeth Dorfman in orchid organdie and lace, Eve Gorin in white over orchid organdie; Nora Tiras in blue organdie embroidered in white. All carried carnations.
        Messrs. Abe Seibel, Jack Shainock, Sam Golerner, and Herbert Joachim were groomsmen, and Harry Dow served as best man.
        The groom entered with his sister, Mrs. Abe Farber,and the bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Max Stein. Both wore blue silk dresses with corsages of sweet peas. The bride's dress was of white satin with train, trimmed with tulle and lace. The veil was worn coronet fashion with pearls. Her only ornament was a string of pearls, a gift of the groom.
        Mr. and Mrs. Tiras left on the evening train for New Orleans, the bride wearing a traveling suit of Poiret twill with accessories to match.

1922 Jun 22 (Pg 5 Col 4)

        Miss Rose Tiras entertained Monday evening with a bunco party for Hanna Tiras, bride elect of the month, with bridal party as guests. The house was prettily decorated with cut flowers and ferns. During the evening as ice course was served. Dancing was indulged until a late hour.

        Invitations have been posted reading: Mr. Karl Tiras requests the honor of your presence at the marriage of his daughter, Hanna, to Oscar Beck, on Sunday evening, June 25, 1922, at 7:30 o'clock, at Adath Yeshurun Synagogue, Houston, Texas. At home, 105 Fifth Street, San Antonio, Texas. Enclosed cards read: Reception immediately after the ceremony, 816 Hamilton Street.
        Misses Sarah Bishkin and Esther Kornblith entertained with a moving picture party at the Isis Theatre Saturday afternoon, followed by a refreshment course at Ye Olde College Inn, when Miss Hanna Tiras and Mrs. Sam Tiras, a recent bride, shared honors.Shasta daisies centered the table around which the guests gathered. Place cards pictured small brides and grooms. The personnel included only members of the Tiras-Beck bridal party.

        Attendants for the wedding of Miss Hanna Tiras to Oscar Beck are Mrs. Abe Farber of Denver Colo., matron of honor; Miss Nora Tiras, sister of the bride; maid of honor, Misses Rose Tiras, Sara Bishkin, Hadey Tiras, Esther Kornblith, Elizabeth Dorfman and Sadie Kline of Dayton, bridesmaids; Etta Leff and Marian Markowitz, flower girls; Bernie Leff, ring bearer; Arthur Beck, best man; Messes. Mike Levinton, Sam Daum, Max Joachim, Mannie Jacobs, Henry Tiras and Jack Shainock, groomsmen. Miss Idalee Sinsheimer will sing "At Dawning"; Miss Marian Kaplan at the piano and Paul Kaplan, violinist, will give a program of bridal music.

1922 Jun 29 (Pg 6 Col 3)

        The wedding of Miss Hanna Tiras and Oscar Beck of San Antonio, was a beautiful event solemnized Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Adath Yeshurun Synagogue by Dr. Wilner, Cantor Kaplan. Miss Idalle Simsheimer sand "At Dawning," accompanied by her mother, Miss Marian Caplan and Mr. Paul Caplan played the wedding march and solo.
        The declarations at the synagogue were exceedingly lovely. Patras and ferns and zinnias were used in profusion. A square canopy in the center of the rostrum was covered with graceful sprays of fern and giant zinnias and an arch above was hung with handsome potted plants. At the front were flowers and ferns forming a graceful shower with a tall vase of long-stemmed flowers in the center and shorter vases at each side. The whole effect was a beautiful vista of flowers and ferns.
        The bridemaids were Misses Rose Tiras, Esther Kornblith, Sarah Bishkin, Sadie Klein, Hadey Tiras, and Elizabeth Dorfman. They wore frocks of organdie of varying hues and carried bouquets of shasta daisies tied with tulle to match ?frocks.
        The bride's sister, Miss Nora Tiras was maid of honor, wearing delicate pink organdie and lace and carrying pink gladioli tied with tulle. Mrs. Abe Farber, also a sister of the bride, was of matron of honor. Her gown was of pale blue organdie over yellow and she carried gladioli.
        Vernie Less served as ring bearer, and the two flowers girls were Etta Less and Marion Markowitz who wore organdie dresses and carried baskets of gladioli petals.
        The groomsmen were Mike Leviton, Henry Tiras, Sam David, Max Joachim, Mannie Jacobs, and Jack Shainock. Arthur Beck of San Antonio, brother of the groom, served as best man. The ushers were Sam Tiras, Sam Rosenthal, Morris Tiras and Leon Tiras.
        The bride was given in marriage by her father, Karl Tiras. She wore a beautiful gown of white satin crepe beaded in crystals with long train decorated with sprays of rose buds, and a tulle veil was adjusted with a coronet of orange blossoms. She wore the groom's gift, a string of pearls, and carried a shower of roses and lilies of the valley.
        The groom was given in marriage by his mother, Mrs. Dora Beck of San Antonio. Mrs. Beck wore a handsome gown of black Canton crepe heavily beaded in jet and cat steel.
        A reception at the home of Mr. Morris Tiras followed the wedding. The home decorations were of zinnias and fern and outside the lawn was brilliantly lighted by numerous colored lights.
        The bride's table with cover of files over pink satin was lighted rose tapers in silver candlesticks tied with rose tulle. In the center rested the wedding cake handsomely embossed in rosebuds and surrounded with flowers and fern. An ice course in heart mold with individual cakes and punch was served during the evening and an orchestra gave music for dancing.
        Mrs. Sam L. Tiras presided over the bride's book.
        Mr. and Mrs. Beck left on the late train for points in North Texas and after August first will be at home in San Antonio. Mrs. Beck's traveling suit was of Navy Poiret twill with tan trimmings and modish little hat and accessories to match. Her gifts to her maids were pretty dorins, and Mr. Beck remembered his attendants with silver pencils.

1922 Jul 27 (Pg 5 Col 4)

Mr. and Mrs. Max Borger of 906 Chartres Street, announce the birth of a daughter on Thursday, July 20. Mrs. Borger was Miss May Tiras before her marriage.

1922 Oct 19 (Pg 2 Col 4)

Tyler - Local officers and Texas rangers are searching for the masked bandit who Monday night shot and killed Henry Heffler, prominent grocer, in his store a few blocks from the heart of the business district. The bandit entered the store about 7 o'clock and ordered Mrs. Heffler to throw up her hands. She called to her husband who came running from another room with a pistol in his hand, but the bandit fired before Heffler could raise his gun. Heffler then ran across the street to secure medical attention but bled to death in a few minutes. After firing at Mr. Heffler the bandit fled. It is not known whether the slayer was a white man or a negro.

1922 Nov 16 (Pg 6 Col 4)

        Funeral services for Joseph Tiras, 64, a resident of Houston for 25 years, who died at home, 906 Chartres Street, at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, were held at the home at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Burial was in Adath Yeshurun Cemetery with Rabbi W. Wilner officiating. Funeral arrangements were in charge of the Sid Westheimer Undertaking company. Pallbearers were P. Battlestein, M. Wagner, I. Greenbaum, J. Scniderson, S. J. Shlom and A. M. Pesses.
        Mr. Tiras was born in Austria, July 20, 1858 and came to Houston when 39 years of age. He went in the tailoring business and was still engaged in it at the time of his death. His mother, Mrs. Lena Tiras, and a sister, Mrs. Sallie Goldfinger are still residents of their native land.
        Other survivors, all of whom live in Houston are: his wife, two sons, Otto and Isidore Tiras, the latter having been an employee of the Houston Post for a number of years, four daughters, Mrs. Frank Berwald, Mrs. L. Heffner (sic), Mrs. Max Borger and Miss Hadey Tiras; and two brothers, Karl and Morris Tiras.
        Mr. Tiras was a member of the Texas Lodge No. 1, Knights of Pytheas; the Magnolia Lodge No. 7, Sons of Herman; Anshel Hirsh Lodge No. 210, O. B. A.; Berel Lodge No. 608, I. O. B. B.; and the congregation of the Adath Yeshurun Synagogue.

1923 Feb 8 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Heffler of 906 Chartres, a boy on January 30.

1923 Jul 26 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Moore of 1611 Whitty Street announce the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca, to Mr. Manuel Moskowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moskowitz. The wedding to take place Sunday, August 12, at Brith Abraham Hall.

1923 Aug 16 (Pg 6 Col 5)

        The marriage of Miss Rebecca Moore, to Mr. Manuel Moskowitz took place Sunday evening, August 12, at the Brith Abraham Auditorium in the presence of the relatives and many friends.
        The impressive wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. Max Geller.
        After the ceremony a reception was held, and dancing was indulged in until a late hour.
        The happy couple left for parts unknown, and on their return will reside in Houston.

1923 Aug 30 (Pg 5 Col 4)

Mrs. A. Levin of Elgin, Texas, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Susie Sobol to Mr. Henry Tiras of Houston.

1923 Oct 6 (Pg 6 Cols 1-4)

        The feminine members in the Sobel-Tiras party were delightfully entertained with a theatre box party, having Miss Rose Tiras as hostess, followed by an iced course at Peggy's tea room. Two prettily appointed tables were very effectively carried out with a pink and white color scheme. As a special gift the hostess presented the bride with a beautiful bride's book.
        One of the many delightful affairs of the season was a heart party, honoring the members of the Sobel-Tiras bridal party, having Miss Mary Seidler as hostess. Mr. Abe Tiras and Miss Sadye Tiras soaring high, while Miss Rose Tiras was awarded consolation. The bride was presented with a lovely piece of lingerie. A pink and white motif was very charmingly carried out and late in the evening a very tempting ice course was served. Assisting the hostess was her mother, Mrs. H. Seidler.

        One of the delightful hospitalities of the past week was the heart party given by Miss Mary Seidler with the members of the Sobol-Tiras bridal party as honorees.
        A pretty pink and white color scheme was carried out in the decorations of the home, the tallies and the ice course. Miss Sadie Tiras was awarded first prize and Mr. Sam Seligman the consolation.

        The Tiras home was the scene of a lovely wedding, which took place Sunday evening, September 23 at 7:30, when Miss Susie Sobol became the bride of Mr. Henry Tiras. Rabbis Wilner, Stern and Baernston officiating.
        The home was beautifully and appropriately decorated with Southern smilax, palms and ferns. An Archway of smilax and white chrysanthemums, trimmed with white tulle bows, formed the altar. Pedestal baskets of white chrysanthemums were effectively used with the background of palms and ferns.
        Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Abe Wagner sang the bridal song, "At Dawning," accompanied by Miss Mary Seidler and Mr. Paul Caplan, the soft strains modulating into Mendelssohn's Wedding March, announcing the approach of the bridal party.
        The bride entered with her father and mother, who gave her in marriage. She was lovely in her gown of white satin canton trimmed with rosebuds. Her veil, worn coronet fashion, was held in place by a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley.
        Miss Rose Tiras, who attended the bride as maid of honor, wore a charming frock of nile green chiffon, trimmed with rhinestones, with head-dress to match, and carried a shower bouquet of pink rosebuds.
        The matron of honor, Mrs. Sam Tiras, wore a gown of black satin. Her bouquet was of pink roses also. Miss Sadie Tiras, as one of the bridesmaids, was lovely in a frock of peach georgette trimmed with lace and silver ribbon. She also carried a bouquet of pink roses with a shower. Miss Nora Tiras, bridesmaid, wore a charming frock of orchid georgette over yellow, and carried a bouquet of pink roses with a shower.
        The groom was attended by his brother, Abe Tiras, as best man, and the groomsmen were Sam Schwartz and Herbert Joachin (sic).
        Mrs. Levin, the bride's mother, wore a gown of black satin, trimmed with beads, and wore a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Tiras, the groom's mother, wore black satin trimmed with hearts, and a corsage of pink carnations.
        The tiny little flower girls, Misses Rosalie Jessel and Dorothy Rae Levison, wore dainty frocks of pink crepe, trimmed with rosebuds, and carried baskets of white rose petals, which they scattered in the path of the bride.
        Miss Jennie Loeffelholtz presided over the punch bowl, and wore a lovely black lace frock. Miss Mary Seidler, who had charge of the bride's book, wore a dress of flame chiffon over burnt orange, beaded with colored rhinestones.
        Following the ceremony the guests were served a dainty ice course. The bride's table spread with handsome hand-made cover, was centered by the heart-shaped wedding cake, highly embossed in roses and lilies of the valley.
        Mr. and Mrs. Tiras are now locating in their new home, 2509 Chartres St.
        The feminine members of the Sobol-Tiras bridal party were delightfully entertained with a theater box party, with Miss Rose Tiras as hostess, a few days before the wedding. Two prettily appointed tables at Peggy's Tea Room were effectively decorated with a pink and white color scheme. Dainty ices were served. As a special gift the hostess presented the bride with a beautiful bride's book.

1923 Oct 11 (Pg 5 Col 4)

The wedding ceremony of Miss Sophie Moore to Mr. Gerson Wasserman took place last Sunday, October 8, 1923, at 7 p.m. at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Moore. The impressive service was read by Rabbi Jacob Geller, assisted by Rev. Max Geller. After the ceremony a bounteous feast was served to all the guests present, and dancing was indulged until a late hour.

1923 Nov 1 (Pg 5 Col 3)

On Sunday afternoon, November 4, the monument will be offered to the memory of the late Joseph Tiras in Adath Yeshurun Cemetery with Rabbis Wilner and Stern officiating. All friends of the family are invited to be preset and to meet at Adath Yeshurun Synagogue at 3 p.m.

1923 Dec 13 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tiras, a boy, Sunday, December 9.

1923 Dec 27 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiras announce the engagement of their daughter, Rose, to Mr. Sam Seligman of hits city.

1924 Apr 17 (Pg 5 Col 4)

Mrs. Otto Tiras entertained with four tables of bridge Tuesday afternoon announcing the engagement of Miss Nora Tiras to Herbert Morse Joachim. Pink and blue were used as the color scheme. An ice course was served. Mrs. Tiras was assisted by Mrs. Frank Berwald.

Mr. Karl Tiras announces the engagement of his daughter, Nora, to Herbert Morse Joachim.

1924 Jun 26 (Pg 5 Col 4)

The following invitation has been received: Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tiras request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Rose, to Mr. Sam S. Seligman, on Sunday, June 29, 1924, at 7:30 at 816 Hamilton Street, Houston, Texas.

1924 Jul 10 (Pg 6 Col 4)

        The marriage of Miss Rose Tiras and Mr. Sam S. Seligman was solemnized Sunday evening, June 29th, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiras, 816 Hamilton Street, Rabbis Willner and Barnston performing the impressive ring ceremony.
        The home was beautifully and appropriately decorated with Southern smilax, palms and ferns, an archway of smilax and white roses with a dove above, forming the altar where the vows were spoken.
        Preceding the ceremony, Miss Mary Templin sang the bridal solo, "At Dawning," accompanied by Miss Mary Seidler and Mr. Jack Levitt, the soft strains modulating into Mendelssohn's wedding march, announcing the approach of the bridal party.
        The bride entered with her parents, who gave her in marriage. She was lovely in her gown of white canton crepe, elaborately beaded with crystal beads, and with silver ornaments at each side. Her train of white chiffon was held in place at the shoulders with pearls, the ends being trimmed with orange blossoms. Her veil, worn coronet fashion, was held in place by a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley.
        Miss Sadye Tiras, sister of the bride, attended as maid of honor, and wore a charming frock of peach georgette beaded in silver, with head dress to match, and carried an arm bouquet of pink roses.
        Mrs. Henry Tiras, sister-in-law of the bride, served as one of the matrons of honor, and wore a lovely white canton crepe dress, trimmed in rose buds. Her head dress was of rhinestones and she carried an arm bouquet of red roses. Mrs. H. David, sister of the groom, also served as Matron of honor, and was dressed in yellow georgette trimmed with lace. Her head dress was also of rhinestones and her bouquet was pink roses.
        One of the bride's maids, Miss Rose Goldfinger, was in American beauty georgette, beaded in gold, with head dress to match, and the other bride's maid, Miss Rose Seligman, was in flame georgette, trimmed with lace, and wore a gold head band. Both carried arm bouquets of pink roses. The junior brides maid, Miss Blanche Schneidler of Galveston, was sweet in peach georgette trimmed with hand made roses, and her head dress was also of rosebuds in varigated colors.
        The groom was attended by his brother, Charles Seligman, as best man.
        Mrs. Tiras, mother of the bride, was gowned in black satin, heavily beaded and wore a corsage of red roses, and a Spanish comb in her hair. Mrs. Seligman, the groom's mother, wore a brown satin dress, heavily beaded in gold, and also wore a corsage of red roses.
        Misses Jennie Loeffenholtz and Nannette Smith of Wharton presided over the punch bowl, and Miss Nora Tiras had charge of the bride's book.
        Following the ceremony the many guests were served a dainty ice course, carrying out the pink and white motif. The bride's table, spread with handsome hand-made cover, was centered by the heart-shaped wedding cake, a dainty confection highly embossed with roses and lilies of the valley.
        Mr. and Mrs. Seligman left during the evening for a wedding trip to San Antonio. Mrs. Seligman was charming in her going away frock of grey roshanara crepe, trimmed in green with accessories to match.
        Among the out of town visitors for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. M. Schneidler and family of Galveston, Mr. and Mrs. Kreisman of Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron and family of Goose Creek, and Miss Nannette Smith of Wharton.
        The young couple will be located at their home, 2318 Chartres Street, after July 10th.

1924 Aug 14 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. Tiras, a boy, Monday night, August 11, at St. Joseph's Infirmary.

1924 Aug 21 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Tiras are rejoicing over the birth of their first born, a boy, born Monday August 11, at St. Joseph's Infirmary, weighing nine and a fourth pounds.

1924 Sep 25 (Sec 5 Pg 5 Col 4)

Mr. and Mrs. G. Wasserman are the proud parents of a baby girl (Winnie Faye), born Friday, September 19th, at St. Josephs Infirmary.

1924 Nov 13 (Pg 5 Col 4)

Mr. and Mrs. Max Borger in Chicago announce the birth of a little daughter, Charlotte, on Friday October 31. Mrs. Borger and baby are visiting her mother, Mrs. J. Tiras, 906 Chartres Street.

1925 Mar 12 (Pg 6 Col 1,2)

Miss Nora Tiras was prettily complimented with a miscellaneous shower in recognition of her approaching marriage to Herbert Mose Joachim, when Mrs. J. Sacks entertained recently at her home. After the 40 guests were seated, with the bride-elect occupying a seat of honor, little Miss Hortense Steinberg entered in a lovely costume of pink and white drawing a small wagon decorated in the same colors, piled high with trousseau gifts. After the presentation of the shower, the guests engaged in a bridal contest. Refreshments featuring the pink and white motif were ices and small cakes, Mrs. Sachs was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Ben Kalmans, Mrs. M. J. Steinberg, Mrs. S. I. Paley and Miss Fannye Cohen.

1925 Oct 29 (Pg 5 Col 4)

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Feldman of Chicago, Ill. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Bertha to Mr. Isador Tiras, son of Mrs. Joseph Tiras of Houston, TX. The wedding will take place November 18, 1925, at the home of the bride's parents at 1876? Michigan Blvd., Chicago. The couple will make their home in Houston, Texas.

1926 Jan 14 (Pg 2 Col 3)

San Antonio - Mr. H. Nierman was host to a party of friends Sunday evening at his home, complimenting his daughter, Rose, whose engagement was announced to Leon A. Tiras of Houston. A silver basket of pink roses adorned the table. Dainty refreshments were served to 30 guests. Dancing was enjoyed by all.

Mr. Leon A. Tiras returned to his home in Houston Monday morning.

1927 Feb 10 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Joachim are rejoicing over the birth of a boy born Sunday, Feb. 6.

1927 Mar 3 (Pg 5 Col 4)

The marriage ceremony of Miss Florence Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldberg to Hyman Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Moore, was solemnized Sunday evening, February 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the B'rith Abraham Hall, with services read by Rabbi Jacob Geller and Rev. Max Geller. Following the ceremony, a reception and dance was held. Mr. and Mrs. Moore will make their home in Houston.

1927 Mar 10 (Pg 5 Col 5)

        A very beautiful and impressive wedding ceremony, which was held in Houston, was solemnized Sunday evening, February 27, at 7 o'clock at the B. A. A. Hall, when Miss Florence Goldberg and Mr. Hyman Moore were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Max Geller.
        The hall was attractively decorated in blue and white, augmented by fresh green foliage. The altar was appropriately decorated for the occasion. The same color scheme of blue and white was carried out very effectively.
        The wedding march was played by Miss Libbie Applebaum, pianist, and Mr. Herman Shoss, violinist.
        The bridal party entered in the following order: Mrs. Rose Goldberg, matron of honor; Miss Sylvia Goldberg and Bill Nussbaum, Miss Rosa Moore and Sam Uachter, Miss Sarah Berger and David Rosenthal, Miss Newman and Hyman Berger, bridesmaids and groomsmen; little Ralph Goldstein, ring-bearer; bridegroom and his parents, and flower girls, little Misses Lillie and Dorothy Bertman, and the bride and her parents.
        The bride was lovely in an exquisite costume of white chiffon, made in simple and effective lines, and neatly ruffled. Her veil was of tulle, caught at the coiffure in cap shape with clusters of orange blossoms and falling to the ground in court train effect. She carried a huge sheaf of bride roses and lilies of the valley in shower effect.
        Mrs. Rose Goldberg wore a lovely period gown of peach chiffon with hand made flowers, while Miss Sylvia Goldberg was in orchid georgette embroidered in rhinestones in a intricate design; Miss Rosa Moore wore pale yellow taffeta, trimmed with hand-made flowers; Miss Sarah Berger wore pale pink taffeta with silk net lace skirt; Miss Bleama Newman was in cream chiffon embroidered and ornamented beautifully. All the bridesmaids carried huge arm clusters of pink carnations tied with butterfly bows of pink tulle.
        The ring-bearer was in a white and black satin suit and carried the ring on a white satin pillow, ornamented with a cluster of orange blossoms. The little flower girls were sweet in frocks of pink crepe. The carried baskets of blossoms.
        A reception in the ballroom, followed the ceremony. A delicious collation was served. Music for dancing was rendered by an orchestra until a late hour.

1927 Sep 29 (Pg 5 Col 5)

Of cordial interest to a wide circle of friends is the announcement made by Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiras of the engagement of their daughter, Sadie, to Mr. Sidney L. Levitan of this city.

1927 Dec 1 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiras announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their niece, Rosa Goldfinger to Mr. Isaac Stein.

1927 Dec 15 (Pg 5 Col 3)

At the Brith Millah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Moore, a sum of $26.00 was collected by Rev. R. Kaplan. This money was turned over to Mr. M. Dietch.

1928 Jan 12 (Pg 5 Col 5)

        The wedding of Miss Rose Goldfinger to Mr. Isaac Stein, which was solemnized last Sunday night, January 1st, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tiras, uncle and aunt of the bride, was of interest to her many friends.
        Rabbi Max Geller performed the ceremony, the wedding solo was sung by Miss Maybelle Henken accompanied by Mrs. S. Seligman at the piano.
        The nuptial vows were taken under a canopy trimmed in bower form with smilax and white roses.
        The bride's only attendant was her cousin, Miss Sadie Tiras, who served as maid of honor. Acting as best man was Mr. Jack Stein, brother of the groom.
        The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Mr. Morris Tiras, with whom she entered.
        Following the ceremony, a reception was held. Miss Fanny Seibel was in charge of the bride's book.
        Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beck and family of San Antonio, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stein of Needville, Mr. and Mrs. Max Schneider and family, Mr. H. Blankfield and Mr. Sam Blankfield of Galveston.

1928 Jun 21 (Pg 10 Col 3,4)

        Of affectionate interest to many friends was the marriage of Miss Sadie Tiras, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiras to Sidney L. Levitin, which was solemnized Thursday night, June 14th, in the Bender Ball Room with Rabbi Schechter reading the impressive ring ceremony. The ball room was adorned in keeping with the bridal theme of green and white, with palms and ferns and baskets of shasta daisies. The vows were spoken under a canopy of green smilax offset by white tulle bows.
        Miss Miriam Kaplan gave the processional and receptional, accompanied by Mr. Joe Mintz on the violin. Miss Maybelle Henkin sang "At Dawning."
        The bride entered with her father who gave her in marriage. She wore a lovely creation of silk tulle over ivory satin and lace embroidered with seed pearls. Her filmy tulle veil was in cap fashion held in place with a band of lace and wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley in shower effect.
        Mrs. S. Seligman and Mrs. J. Wolfe were matrons of honor. Mrs. Seligman wore pink chiffon and Mrs. Wolfe wore a white satin gown embroidered in seed pearls.
        The bridesmaids were Misses Rose Seligman and Rosalie Levinson. Miss Seligman was in orchid taffeta and tulle and Miss Levin son in green chiffon.
        Miss Selma Levitin, maid of honor, wore American beauty tulle in bouffant style.
        All the attendants carried arm bouquets of Roses.
        The flower girls, Misses Dorothy Borger and Renee Wolff were lovely in their frocks of green and pink, they carried arm baskets which held rose petals.
        Mrs. M. Tiras, mother of the bride was lovely in a rose beige dress of georgette and all over lace, she wore a corsage of roses. Mrs. Levitin, mother of the groom wore an all over lace beige dress and corsage of roses.
        Miss Blanche Schneider of Galveston had charge of the brides book. Mr. Mike Levitin attended the groom and the groomsmen included Abe Tiras, Dave Meltzer, Archie Landau and Bill Gold.
        Mr. and Mrs. Levitin left for a trip to Corpus Christi, the bride traveling in a smart ensemble, dark blue with accessories to match. Mr. and Mrs. Levitin will be at home at the Park View Apartments, Chenevert Street, after July 1st.
        Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. Schneider and family of Galveston, Mrs. F. Berwald, Brownsville, Texas.
        Many telegrams of congratulations were received by the happy couple.

1928 Jul 26 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Born to Mrs. and Mrs. Otto Tiras, a baby boy, Sunday morning at Baptist Hospital, mother and baby doing fine.

1928 Aug 9 (Pg 2 Col 3)

San Antonio - Mrs. Oscar Beck complimented her little daughter, Herminia Joyce, with a party last Thursday at the Kochler Park, the occasion being her third birthday. Pink and green was the color scheme used in the decorations. Various games were played and refreshments were served to 20 little guests.

1929 Jan 10 (Pg 2 Col 7)

        Mr. and Mrs. Louis Halfant announce the marriage of their daughter, Bessie, to Mr. Mannie Silberstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Silberstein of Austin, Texas, which was solemnized in Houston, Sunday, Dec. 30.
        The bride and bridegroom who have been visiting in Austin, the guests of the bridegroom's parents, have returned to Galveston to reside and are the guests of the bride's parents until after Jan. 15, when they will be at home to their friends at 2515 Avenue P.
        On the afternoon and evening of Jan. 13, Mr. and Mrs. Halfant will have open house in compliment to the bride and bridegroom.

1929 Jan 24 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tiras are rejoicing over the advent of a son born to them Friday, January 11th.

1929 Jan 31 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Tiras are rejoicing over the birth of a 9 1/2-pound boy, Sidney Erwin, or January 11.

1929 Feb 28 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joachim are the proud parents of a boy, born Monday, February 18.

1929 May 9 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tiras are rejoicing over the birth of a baby girl, born May 7, 1929, at St. Joseph's Infirmary.

1929 Jul 25 (Pg 5 Col 5)

Mr. Sam Hochstein and Miss Selma Levy were united in marriage by Rabbi Max Geller, Sunday night, July 21st, at 8 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Julius Levy. Wedding music was played by Master Herman Shoss.

1929 Aug 1 (Pg 5 Col 6,7)

Mrs. Mollie Tiras, 57, died at her home, 816 Hamilton, on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock after an illness of several months' duration. The funeral was held Tuesday at 11 a. m. Dr. Barnston, officiating with interment in Adath Yeshurun cemetery, under the direction of Westheimer Company. M. Tiras, three sons, Henry, Abe and Eddie Tiras; two daughters, Mrs. Sam Seligman and Mrs. S. Leviton; a granddaughter, Laura Tiras, all of Houston, and two brothers, Adolph Bruar and Simon Bruar, of New York. She was a member of Congregation Adath Yeshurun, the ladies' auxiliary, the Sisterhood and Hadassah society of Adath Yeshurun congregation, the Council of Jewish Women and Ransford chapter, No. 135, Order of the Eastern Star. Pallbearers were J. M. Paine, M. Schneider, W. B. Leviton, Ben Leff, B. Juran and Dave Brand.

1929 Nov 7 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Tiras are rejoicing over the birth of their first born, a boy born Tuesday, November 5.

1930 Mar 13 (Pg 3 Col 4)

Galveston - Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Silverstein are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter, born Monday, March 10, at the John Sealy Hospital. Mrs. Silverstein was formerly Miss Bessie Halfant.

1930 May 8 (Pg 5 Col 4)

Funeral services for Julian Tiras, six months old son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Tiras, 2402 Ruth, who died at a local hospital at 6 p. m. Thursday, were help at 3 p. m. last Friday at the residence. Rabbi Henry Barnston officiated. Burial was in Adath Yeshurun Cemetery under the direction of the Westheimer Company.

1930 Jun 26 (Pg 5 Col 4)

The unveiling of the tombstone for the late Molly Tiras will take place Sunday at Adath Yeshurun cemetery, 3. p. m., with Dr. A. Schechter and Rev. R. Kaplan officiating.

1930 Aug 14 (Pg 6 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. Max Moore, 2304 St. Emanuel, entertained their daughter, Evelyn, with a party on her sixth birthday. The home was prettily decorated with greens and flowers, and the color scheme of green and white was carried out. Games were the main diversion of the afternoon, after which an ice course was served to about thirty guests.

1931 Mar 12 (Pg 3 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Max Borger are the proud parents of a son, born March 1. Mrs. Borger will be remembered as Miss May Tiras.

1932 Feb 18 (Pg 6 Col 2)

Sam L. Tiras, 39, of 907 Chartres, died at San Antonio Monday morning. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rose Tiras; two sons, Herbert Gerald and Sidney Erwin Tiras; his father, Karl Tiras; one brother, Leon Tiras, all of Houston; three sisters, Mrs. Abe Farber of Denver, Mrs. Oscar Beck of San Antonio, and Mrs. H. M. Joachim of Houston. Funeral services were held at 3 p. m. Tuesday at the residence, with Rabbi Abraham Schechter and Rev. R. Kaplan officiating. Burial was in Adath Yeshurun cemetery, where the B'nai B'rith assisted in the last sad rites. Active pallbearers: Jake Leff, Ben Leff, Sol Leff, Morris Jacobs, Jake Jacobs and Gus Jacobs. Honorary: Jim Follis, C. A. Lillienthal, Joe Sachs, Dave Kaplan, Abe Diamond of Port Arthur, I. Beige, Harry Maltz, Lee Fischer of West Columbia, B. Leff, Ben Susholtz, Michael Lewis, M. Blankfield, Thomas A. Hopkins, Harry Dow, Abe Sampson and Abram L. Geller.

1932 Mar 17 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tiras are the happy parents of a daughter, Selma Aline, born Friday, March 4.

1932 Dec 15 (Pg 3 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. M. Pepper announce the engagement of their daughter, Rose, to Edward Tiras, son of Mr. Morris Tiras.

1933 Feb 2 (Pg 3 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. P. Gerson are the proud parents of a granddaughter, Dana Hildreth, born to their children, Mr. and Mrs. T. Abe Gerson of Dallas, Texas, on January 14.

1933 Feb 9 (Pg 3 Col 3)

        Mr. and Mrs. Max Pepper announce the marriage of their daughter, Rose Kalman, to Mr. Eddie Tiras on Saturday, February 4, 1933.
        The following invitation has been posted: Mr. and Mrs. Max Pepper request the honor of your presence at a reception honoring their children, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Tiras, on Sunday, February 12th, from 3 to 6 at 2019 Mollhenny.

1933 Mar 2 (Pg 3 Col 5)

The dedication of the monument in memory of the late Sam L. Tiras will take place Sunday, March 5, a 3 p.m. at Adath Yeshurun Cemetery. Cars will meet at the Synagogue at 2:30 o'clock.

1933 Aug 10 (Pg 3 Col 3)

The Brith Millah of Harry Fishell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Moore, took place August 4th with Rabbi Max Geller officiating.

1933 Oct 26 (Pg 5 Col 4)

Mr. and Mrs. Max Moore invite their friends to the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Abe, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in Adath Yeshurun Synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Moore and son will be at home Sunday from 2 to 4, at their residence, 1902 McKee.

1934 Aug 16 (Pg 3 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lesky announce the marriage of their children Edith Esther and Morris to Mr. Irwin Randolph Reed of Chicago, Mr. Guy Lanham of Oklahoma City, and Miss Mildred Meyer of Chicago.

1935 Dec 5 (Pg 3 Col 2)

Mr. and Mrs. K. Backer announce the engagement of their daughter, Esther, to Bernard Levy, son of Mr. Julius Levy.

1936 Feb 27 (Pg 3 Col 2)

Joe Henry Heffler, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Heffler and grandson of Mrs. Joe Tiras, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning at 9:30 at Adath Yeshurun Synagogue. Kiddish will be held at the Hebrew Institute.

1936 Dec 10 (Pg 3 Col 2)

Joe David Tiras, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tiras, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, December 19, at 9:30 o'clock at Adath Yeshurun Synagogue. Open house will be held December 20 from 3 to 6 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Paley, 2114 McDuffie. All friends are invited and no other invitations except through the press.

1936 Dec 24 (Pg 3 Col 2)

Services dedicating the tombstone of the late Meyer Moore were held last Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. in Adath Israel Cemetery with Rabbi Max Geller officiating.

1937 Apr 29 (Pg 3 Col 2)
1937 May 6 (Pg 3 Col 2)

Herbert Gerald Tiras, son of Mrs. Sam L. Tiras, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, May 8 at 9:30 at Adath Yeshurun Synagogue. Open house will be held at the home of his mother on Sunday, May 9 from 3 to 6. All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

1937 May 13 (Pg 3 Col 2)

Services dedicating the tombstone of Mrs. Esther Goldberg (wife of M. Goldberg), of her son, A. Goldberg, and of her grandson, little Eddie Moore, were held last Sunday, May 9th, at 4:30 p.m. in Adath Israel cemetery, Rabbi Max Geller officiating.

1938 Sep 8 (Pg 5 Col 3)

Mr. and Mrs. Max Moore, of 1902 McKee Street, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son Alex, to be held Saturday morning, Sept. 10, at Congregation Adath Israel, 1010 Elysian street. Mr. and Mrs. Moore will hold open house at their home on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 11, from 3 to 6 o'clock, when their friends and relatives are cordially invited to call.

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