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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE MARCH 11, 1938 MARc Social and Person00al Events ,:if the Weel00; SARA MICHELSON ELISE LURIE CAP. 7200 Free Loan Society Sets Date For Annual Bridge On Tuesday, March 29th The bridge tea given annually by the Free Loari Soei:d,y is sched- uled for Tuesd&apos;ly, March 29th, and will be held at the Dolly Madison Tea Room, announce the tea chair- men: Mesdames M. Edelson, l)an Kraft, A. ](rom, Nathan Suhnan, Robert Shapiro. Mrs. George Wolfe is in charge of publicity and Mrs. N. Freeman of ticket sales. This annual event is looked forward to eagerly by Seattle women. Mrs. Rose Steinfehl is president of the Senior Ladies' Free Loan group and Mrs. Robert Shapiro is president of the ,mxiliary to the Free Loan Society. Herzl Sisterhood And Men's Club Are Planning A Grand Purim Party Herzl Sisterhood committee, headed by Mrs. Max Tobias, and Herzl Mcn's Club committee, with Mr. Lou Blackfield as chairman, tire combining their efforts and sponsor- ing a large Purim Party to be held Saturday evening, March 19th in the vestry rooms of the synagogue at 20th and E. Spruce. Purim Ileing the time for joyous gatherings, they have chosen this time for what promiscs to bc onc of tile season's outstanding events. There will be dancing--music by a fine orchestra--cards, fun and games for all. At midnight a delicinus supper will be served. Mrs. Max Esfeld and Mrs. Slim leopohl are in charge of thc snpl)er. Tickets may be obtained and reservations nmde by telcl)houing Mrs. Louis Rutt, l'rosllecl 5498, or the llerzl ottiec, Pr(isl)ect 1580. Mrs. Michael Shein is here from New York for :ui extended visit with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill l'arker, at the Lowell Apar| tilt!hi s. Misz C-ertrude Ringold is task- ing I)reliarations fo,' an extended tri 1) East, where she will visit relativcs in New Yo,'k, l'hiladelllhia and Bos- ton. She le:Lvcs Sunday evening. While in New York Miss Ringohl will hc house-guest of hcr unclc and tunl, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. ]']lgart. An elaborate affair in Belling- barn on Sunday, was the dinner dance Mr. and Mrs. ltenry Gordon gave in llonor of the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Williani, at the Belling- liam llolel. A hundred and twenty- live. guests, many from neighboring Norlhwest towns, ath;nded. Se.tttle- ' ites wh(, motored up for lhe occasion included Messrs. and Mesdames L. A. Sadick, William Sadik, J. Fried- man, 5I. Sadiek, S. lhlffnmn, l,](1- ward Sit(lit:k, Nathan Scher, A1)e Sober, S. Levin, Charles Lenpohl, Nelson In;wick and family; Mr. Silas Brenner, Miss Louise Berg. Mr. 1,. A. Sa(li(.l acted its tnastmaster at the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Goldstein drove It, l'(,rtland this week-end to lie with Mr. Gohlstein's mother, Mrs. (lara (]ohlslein, on her seventy- fifth imlal anniversary which was i!elebrated Sunday with It large family dinner. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Strauss (,f Chicago, who were in the city to at- tend the engag(mellt of their daugh- ter, Miss Margery SLrauss to Plull FriedhuMm', left (m Monday. l)r. Sti'allss left for Chicago and Mrs. Strauss, with her mother, Mrs. Miri- ,till I(']lon]uius(H', who wits also ill town, for a visit to Southern Cali- fornia, to be guests at tile Amtlassa- dore in Los Angeles. !CURTAINS ! Curtains perfectly laun- dered and dricd to measure with no pintnllcs. (All Cur- tains are washed by hand). Bhulkets carded, fresh air dried, and returned to you like new. l,'eather Pillows, Quilts, Bath Robes and Rugs all laundered to your satisfac- tion. QUALI00 MUTUAL LAUNDRY 500 MERCER GA. 0803 Miss Abrams To Become Bride Of Californian Early Next Month. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Abrams of lifts city, announce the l/etrothal of their daughter, Miss Mary Abrams, to Mr. lhu'ry llhunl)erg of San Fran- ciseo son of Mr. Louis Bhnnlierg. The wed(ling date hits beeu set for April 10tli in Seattle. Miss Abranls wits gradu'd, ed from the University (if Washington and is polnilar alnong thc younger circles here. Being warmly welcomed, is Mrs. Philip Tworoger after an al)sence nf eight nnmths. Mrs. Tworoger spent the summer with her family in Bos- ton and on the seashore returning via California where she visited with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Breitstein, in Los Angeles. Mrs. Tworoger, an active clnl) woman, is presidcnt of the Herzl Sisterhood. 'ROUND THE TOWN Eugene Levy, wit() has been one of the hicky, or shall we say wise? winter travelers, informed friends here that he has been enjoying Art 7 zona sunshine for the past thirty days while en route to 1,'h)rida, and was fortunate in being in Tucson during "La Fiesta de los Vaqueros," colorful fiesta of the cowboys .... "This, writes Mr. Levy, has been the warmest winter in sixty years hcre anti we had I)ut one shower... Cali- fornians take notice... Mr. Levy cxpeets to return around May first. The latest obsorblng news from the East, drifting Westward--is that one (if our boys is "making good"-- this Hlae ill the field nf medicine. Dr. Nathan Ricklcs, well-known Se- attic lihysieian, went to Chieaho for six nmnths' study tit I)sychopathie clinics... We find our young medico is on l, he staff (if the Northwestern Medical School, in the dclnu'lmcnt of neuro llsyehiatry, while at thc siune tinle doing intensive research ill the latest t;rcatntent (if dementia praeeox by metrozel and hyl)erliyrezia--a new fornl (if treal, nient in I)rain disnrdcrs, ill wliieh Iiehl l)r. lt.iekles is rel)nl;e,d to iiave olll.ained exeelle, nt, rcsull.s. He is also on the staff (if the llli- (lois .litwnile Reseal'idi--the stndy of ltehavior of Problem Chihh'en and (Jhihl Guidance, and is taking instructions in lisychnanalysis from the eminent l)r. l,'ranz Alexander, who is head of the Chicago l?sycho- analytic Institute. l)r. Rickles is the son (if Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Rieklcs, and nelihew of P. Allen Rickles of this city. The interesting experience of seeing Europe for the lit'st thne . . . of nmeting her husnabd's family for the first time . . has Ileen that of Mrs. Ludwig l'iek, who has been in Gernuuly since November. In it note, Mrs. Pick wril, es (if the picturesque lleauty (if I)resden, where she was a guest (if lh;rm'ul anti Zehna Shockeu. (Mr. Shocken is well known here where hc visits often). "I visited lice famnus church and l]ruhlschcin C, astle in l)resden and saw inany other hisixMcally falnous castlts." Mrs. Pick, who is the forlner Estelle Klenman, also sl,Ol)l)ed for a brief period in Switzerhtnd, Italy, and of iOill'Se, Paris. She is expected liome some time this mont]i. It appears that Mrs. Avis Shill- inall I wife of Rabl)i Charles Shllllnan, spirilual leader (if Oil(.* of Chicago's exehlsive Nnrtlishnre synagogues, w]ln wits in Seattle lo tell Jewish audiences concerning (:onditions in Palcstiiie, has captivated not; "thine, those she addressed its ]lrolionent nf Zionism and lliuhlssah, but groups she niet on more socially intimate ground. Mrs. Stiulnlan was llonored at a hlncheon itrranged by a groul) (if pronlinent chili wnmeil at the Wasll- ington Al, hletic Club Monday of the past week. Tuesday Mrs. Norinan W. (31ein was hostess informally at 12 o'clocl brunchcon at her lakeside home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver (he is liresident (if B'nai B'rith) had a few friends over to meet Mrs. Shul- Inan and for cocktails, following her B'nai Writh talk. The distinguished visitor was a dinner guest el, the Jacol) Kalinas' home on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Lewis who were in San l?raneisco thc pllst nl/)nth, are nnw vaeat.ioning in llnllywnod, ]rov- ing a "ch)se-ilp" (if (..inen(a lumi- naries. Levitt-Shenson Olympic Truly an enchanting scene met tim gaze of arriving wedding guests lit the Olyml)ic Bowl on Tues(tay evening, where the marriage rites of Miss Hermine Levitt, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levitt and Mr. Sidney Shenson, son of the Rcv. l)r. and Mrs. It. L. Shenson (if San Francisco, were held. The magic of early spring blos- soms, the mellow glow of myriads of candies, presented a spiritual effcct. It was an all white wedding, entirely candle-lightcd, with the only color accent I)cing the bridal attendants' attire. The walls were draped in whitc satin as a background for the hu'ge cliistcrs of gorgeous calla lilies, white woodwardia, hyacinths and freesias which decorated the walls. The canopy was a transparent bower of white woodwardia, buddies and freesias. Italian feligree, ell- twined with blossoms and whitened fern formed t'he altar background, flanked by white cohmlns holding bowls of calla lilies and stock. Re- naissance candelabra with burning waxen tapers were used on thc altar. Rabbi Samuel Koch of Tem- ple de Hirsch read the impressive ceremony at 7:30 o'clock. Added traditiomd significance to the ritual wits the chanting of the "Broches" in Helu'ew, by the bridegroom's fathcr, the Rev. Dr. Shenson. Pre- ceeding the services, Miss Dorothy Weiss sang "For You Alonc," with piano a('coml)animent. Closely grouped three branch eandchdlra, hohling lighted tallers, tied with satin bows; asparagus fern and freesias outlined the tu'idal aisle and elusterell near thc walls. Into this white setting came the charming 1)ridal attendants wearing identical waltz frneks of forget-mc- nnt bhm marquisette, al)l:i]qued in crisl) talfeta chrysluithemum design, with fitted bodices, square neck- lines, short puff sleeves and brief trains. Their arm bouquets wcre of dccp rose snapdragons showered with hyacinth blessonls and h)opcd ribbon streamers, anH their hair ornaments were narrow wreaths of snapdragons. Mrs. Alan Waldbamn was matron of honor, Miss Gcrtrude Shenson, sister (if the groom, maid of llonor; aml the maids included Mrs. Genrge Prottas and the Misses lm- cille Kotkins, ][ermene Miller, Syl- via Vinikow, Jean Finegold and Esthcr Bendes. Entering on the arm (If her You are cordially invited to visit-- THE DEL-TEET FURNITURE COMPANY 127 ]II.()AI)WAY NOII,Tt:[ (between l)cnny and Olive Ways) See the Northwest's largest display of fine furniture at surprisingly low prices. Use our friendly interior decoration service-it will cost you nothing l CARSON'S AURORA CLEANERS & TAILORS We Specialize FRANCIS LEE RE-WEAVING We CMI F0r and Deliver SUnset 9780--7223 Aurora Avenue Rites At Brilliant Evene father who gave lier in nlarriage, th(; lnulnotto llride wits radiantly lovely ill a Lanvin lnode[ of inll)orted ]lem- ish lace ill rose 1)attern over gleanling slttin. It wits fashioned with high shirred bodice molded tn the figure with deep V-neckltte and tiny but- tons. The sh;cves had small puffs at the shouhlers and wcre fitted snugly to the wrist, ending ill a 1)hint. "]'lie beautiful gown was cut with .t lavish circular train. With it the bride wore a fingcrtip veil of illusion, fastened to a high starched halo appliqued in Flemish lace with a short face veil. Her beautiful bouquet was of white nrchids and lilies of the valley showercd in streamers of lilies-of-the-vallcy and satin ribbon reaching to the hem of her gown. Gerald Shucklin, Assistant U. S. Dist. Attorney, cousin of the bride, acted as best man and ushers were Messrs. George Prottas, Julius Fein- berg, Chester Aaron, Leo Laurie, -Henry Kotkins and Harold Miller. Mr. Shucklin was also the suave toastmaster during dinner. Following the nuptials, tile wed- dine party ascendcd to the Spanish Btdlroom where the exquisite silver and white table appointments were breath-taking in their h)vcliness and where candles gleamed everywhere-- to dine an(1 dance. The bride's table had an arrangement of white cupid pottery bowls filled with gar- denias and luscimis spring blos- soms, and set among the fhlwers were tall tapers. Using a more modern design for the guest tat)los, the candles were set in a base of silver leaves and silver balls, cuplled in white hyacinths and tied with sltthl bows. l)ancing wits enjoyed until the wec hnurs (if th0 morning by one hundred lind eig]lty guests. For h0r daughter's wedding Mrs. Levitt chose, a l'atou model in a eondliuation (if ]Prcuch marqulsctte and shadow lace in a beautiful shade of dusty rose .uid with it she wore Brasso Cattelea orchids. Mrs. Shen- son, mother of the groom, was wear- ing a 1)lack lace Channel gown with (hml I purph; oreliids; and Mrs. A. Lapidus, Ills sister, was in gold taffeta Empire style and also had oretiids. This marriage wchls together two families l)rolnincnt hcrc and in the Bay City--two families whn havc contril)uted imnlcasurM)ly to conl- munal life. The Shcnson tmmc, we hcar, is open to all who are in li0ed of friendship and hnsllitality. The groou).'s 85-year-old grandfath- er, Rabl)i Siunuel Shenson of New Castlc, Pit., has been in the rabbinate for over 60 years. Seattleites know well how gener- ously the bride's llaternal and nmter- hal fantilies have given their support to our llililanthropic and religious. nrganizatiolis. The ]ate Gnhlie Shnek- Ill b known by ]nlndreds Its the lie- hived <qMothcr of Charity," wits her niaternal grandntother. Mrs. Shenson alton(led t]ie Uni- versity (if iYas]iington, whih; her husband is a gradiiate (if the Sitn FranciSco University, as well its the University nf C'alif(n'nia. After it brief honeymoon in British Co]iunl)ia, /1'. and Mrs. Shenson will lie at ]innte at 710 ]lelmont Plnee. For travclhig, Mrs. Shenson donncd it navy dressmaker suit with inateh- ing 1.oil enat, colhir('d in grey fox. l ler accessories wire navy and her f,,, ouR,00o00s I Ou<-o,-\