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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE MARCH 17, 1933 Social and Personal Events of the Week SARA MICHELSON Social Editor Society Congregates At Olympic For Benefit Party In the Spring time thoughts of Seattle Jewish Women--just natur- all -- turn to philanthropy and pretty Spring clothes .... So one would judge from the large smartly attired gathering which congregated at the Junior Ball Room of the Olympic on Tuesday, when the com- mittee of the Vocational Scholarship sponsored its first annual dessert bridge. Everything about the charming affair pointed to the zealous effort its chairman, Mrs. Leo Schwabacher, and her corps of able assistants must have lent, to make of it the phenom- enal success it proved. And, as a result, the Scholarship Fund is the richer by a handsome sum--badly needed to assist the five students in the completion of their senior year at school. Mrs. Schwabacher is par- ticularly appreciative of the coopera- tion she received from the various Jewish Women's organizations, as well as her committees. Mrs. Goldie Schucklin, affection- ately known as the mother of charity, drew the lucky number for Mrs. Joseph Newberger, who received the silver fox of which Mrs. Nathan Seattleites Book Passage on Steamer Havana Bound WITH TRAVELERS: VOYAGES through the Panama Canal and visits to tropical countries have become quite a fad with Western travelers. Mr. Emanuel Rosenberg left Thursday for Berkeley where he will join Mrs. Rosenberg and after a brief visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jay De Roy, they will sail irom San Francisco on the 23rd, for Panama, Havana, then on to New York for several weeks. They plan on returning early in June. Mrs. Rosenberg has been with the De Roys since October. Another Seattle couple who have an interesting journey before them is Mr. and Mrs. Max Silver. They leave Wednesday by rail for New Yolk stopping en route in Minneapolis, Chicago and Mr. Silver's birthplace, Columbus, Ohio. They will go to Cuba for aweek and there board one of the Grace Liners. They will travel about two months, making the trip through the Panama Canal to Los Angeles. FOR MRS. SARAHNEVA Solomon, who is leaving next week for Chicago to attend the Exposition which opens in June, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kossis have asked guests for a Sunday night supper at their home. MRS. ALFRED Bornstein is expected to arrive home this week-end from a month's visit with her mother, Mrs. Sigmund Schwabacher, of San Francisco. THE GLENDALE GOLF and IN CELEBRATION OF the birth- Country Club announces the first da,/ of her husband, Mrs. Joseph of a series of bridge luncheons for Vinikow entertained eight couple at members and their guests, on Tues- a buffet supper and bridge at the day, March 28. Reservations may VinikowresidenceSaturday,larch4. be made with Mr. Banfield, GLe.0171. Mrs. Max Bloch, Mrs. A. M. Gold- stein and Miss Helen Bastheim are assisting with plans. Sheinman was donor. Other lucky COUNCILMAN AND MRS. David Leine have as their house guesL, prize holders were Mesdames Max] .- . . . " .- . Mzss Elsie Levlne of Wlnmpeg Friedlander, A. Cohen, Max Marcus, [" ' ." A. Dinkelspiel, B. Berkman, S. Tov- bin and Miss Joanna Eckstein The[ COMPLIMENTING Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Dinkelpiel, WSltOrs from San Sholarship Fund is a project of[ " " " " " " the Seattle Section Council of Jewish Francisco, are Dr. and Mrs. Henry Wonlen. BETROTHALS Mr. and Mrs. B. Sterling announce the betrothal of their daughter, Anne, to Mr. Nathan Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Reed. Mrs. S. Marshin announces the en- gagement of her daughter Zelma, to Mr. M. Lee Silen, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Silen of Oakland, California. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. Bessie Wilson and Miss Millie Davis were hostesses to fifteen guests at a stag dinner and cards at their home Tuesday evening. MRS. HENRY Kleinberg is being welcomed home on her return from a winter spent in Southern California. ENTERTAINING for Miss Betty Silverman of Los Angeles, Mrs. A. J. Goldman had a luncheon followed by contract bridge at her home on Wed- nesday afternoon. MRS. MAXWELL Pollock's re- view- of "Anne Vickers" was made the occasion for entertaining. Mrs. ]erome B. Jacobs had eight guests for luncheon at home as did also Mrs. Bartram Greenbaum. Later the hostesses and guests attended the review which was enjoyed by a group of forty women. SR. HADASSAH will meet Mon- day at 2:30 at Temple Center with the board assembling at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Phil Tworoger will read a papci on the life of Mrs. L. D. Brandeis. Marian Kahn will give a violin solo. EVERETT NEWS: In honor of their daughter Anne's engagement to Mr. George Gross of Vancouver, B. C., Mr. and Mrs. J. Sturman held a reception at their home on Sunday. Friends from Seattle and Vancouver motored over for the event. In the eeening a family dinner was served. Out-of-town guests invited were Mr. and Mrs. A. Thal, Mr. and Mrs. P. Portman and Miss Helen Thal of Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Rodeburg and Miss Evelyn Gross of Vancouver. BABIES BORN: A daughter, Esther Louise, to Mr. and Mrs. Julius M. Meye'rs February 9. A daughter, Theresa Helen, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Ross (Sophie Robin- son) February 26. V. Bories with a small informal dinner at home this evening. In- vitations have been extended for a formal dinner party Mr. DinkeI- spiel's mother, Mrs. Adolph Dinkel- spiel, and his sister, Mrs. Carl Schermer, are giving on Thursday evening for twelve guests. ENTERTAINING: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob R. Hiller were hosts to a group of guests at a beautifully arranged dinner at their apartment ac the Ragley Saturday night. MR. AND MRS. Jack Boral have extended invitations to a group of guests for an evening gathering at their home on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. I. Moskowitz re- turned to their home in Portland Monday, after a delightful visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nudelman. MRS. BERNARD Lindenberger will give a reading of Eberhard Wolf- gang Moeller's fascinating play, "Dou Aumont," at her home Wed- nesday afternoon. MISS HELEN IGOE will return Monday from a three weeks' buying trip to New York with an array of lovely Spring and Summer togs. REG. $7..50 PUSH WAVE PERMANENT All waves given by experts only! Each wave soft and nat- ffl l' ural. Easy to keep up! ...... $tJJt.y.* SPECIAL . . . Finger Wave end Trim .................................... 500 ]] SINGER ,00 Denny BLdg. 1408 Second Avenue MAin 7049 ART BEACH'S TALLY HO INN Forral Willard' s DINNERSFrom 85c SPECIALTIESFrom 75c Cozy Private Dining Rooms seating from two to s hundred persons Open at 5 P.M. Dancing week days 9 fo 2:30 A.M. and Sundays 7:30 to I A.M. to the delightful music of Bob McClellend and kit Tallyho;arts. Kenwood 7714 M. B. Shulman, long-established furrier of 16th Avenue and Yesler, announces his removal to 549 19th Avenue, where he will continue his alterations and repairing of furs. Phone EAst 6;3;31. (Adv.) Mr. and Mrs. Louis Warshal re- turned ;rom a month's motor trip to California. They visited Murrietta Hot Springs, San Diego, San Pedro and Long ]leach, stopping en route in San Francisco to visit their daugh- ter, Miss Ruth Warshall. SEATTLEITE TO MARRY EASTERN GIRL Invitations reached Seattle friends to the marriage of Miss Evelyn Segal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Segal oI Minneapolis, toMr. Saul D. Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herman of this city. The wedding will take place in Minneapolis Wednesday, March 22. Mr. Herman is leaving for the East Saturday. The young couple will make their home in Seattle. Rose Leopold, Florence Gustanoff and Norma Lasco, members of the "brush and palette" club, were guests of Enst Norling, famous Northwestern artist, at the North- western Artist last Wednesday eve- ning. MR. AND MRS. HARRY Pod), were hosts at an evening party Saturday night. A GROUP OF GUESTS were en- tertained at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen on Sunday. COMPLIMENTING Miss Evelyn Solomon, whose betrothal to Mr. Jack Newman was announced last DEBATER I Courtesy Seattle Times Miss Naomi Fleishman, one of three University of Wash- ington students, who met in a symposium debate with co-eds of Oregon University, on "So- cialized Medicine," last Fri- day night at the University of Oregon in Eugene. They debated before the Socialist Group of Eugene Sunday. Miss Fleishman is a junior at the U. and a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. She is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fleishman. IMPRESSIONS OF THAT extrav- agantly mystic fantasy, "Yoshe Kalb," produced by Maurice Schwartz and which created a stir even in blase' New York, will be given by Mrs. Jacob Kalina at the Hadassah Oneg Sabbos on Saturday, March 25, at the home oL Mrs. Philip Tworoger. Mrs. Kalina saw the play while on a recent visit to the metropolis. The Sophomore Hadassah luncheon will be held at the Paramount Theatre Saturday, March 18th. Those not wishing to see the picture may play bridge. Tickets are now being sold. A meeting will be held Sunday at 2 o'clock at the Tahnud Torah. THE AUXILIARY TO THE M. S. O. S. I. will hold a Passover benefit card party Sunday at 8 p. m., at the Educational Center, /Sth and Main. The public is invited. THE DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL are sponsoring a pound party on March 28 ac the home of Mrs. H. Hurwitz, 2115 East Union, to aid a needy family. Friends are invited. JR. HADASSAH NEWS: Rabbi Philip A. Langh will address Jr. Hadassah members at a meeting on March 23 at Temple Center. The Talmud Toratl P. T. A. Oneg month, Mrs. Ben Gold is giving shower at her home Saturday. group of Miss Solomon's young friends have been invited. a Sabbos group will meet with Mrs. S. A Luban, 341 26th Ave., Marct, 18. Mrs. Michael Berch will give a paper on "What Price Freedom," and Miss Izetta Sanfo,'d is to read a play. M. B. SHULMAN FURRIER Capes, jackets, coats and all kinds of alterations and repairs ..... All work at half-price. 549 19th Ave. EAst 6331 TERRACE DINING ROOM JACK & JiLL GRILL BERGONIAN HOTEL SPECIAL LUNCHES 35 and 50 cents DINNERS Week Days - , , 50 and75c Sundays - - 75c and $1.00 $12.00 $16.00 $18.00 2, 3 and 4 room, steam heated apartments, with private bath. Laundry, with electric washer and dryer. Monmouth Apartments 2000 Yesler Way Phone EAst 8894 R. J. RALSTON, Mgr. Calendar SBATTLE CONFEZtEITCB OF JEWISIK WOMEN'S OIGANIZATION S Seattle, Washington Mrs. Wallace Elkan, Chairman Pr. 2121--.a. 2813 March 20--Junior Auxiliary, B. B.. Card Party--Tinware Sale, 8 p. hi. March 20---l[adassah, 2:30 p. m. March 20--Ahavath A_him Con- gregation, 2 p. m. March 21--Seattle Conference, Jewish Women's Organizations, 10:30 a. m. March 22---Jewish Junior League, Study Circle. March 22--Aleph Zadick Aleph, 8_. m. March 23--ff u n i o r lladassah. Board Meeting, 7:15-8-15 -o. m. March 23---ff u n i o r Iadassah, leffular Meetinff, 8:15 p. nL SOCIAL EVENTS March 19--B'nat B'rith Ball, Olympic lotel, benefit Social Welfare ]pund. March 19 -- T-adies' Auxiliaxy, Sons of Israel, Card ]Party, benefit ]Passover ReLief. Edu- cational Center. March 25 -26----]Kalevy Singers, Operetta, "Q u e e n Esther," Temple Center. March 2B--Tacoma Section, Coun- cil of Jewish Juniors, Mem- bership Bridge, Stone Room, Tacoma ]Kotel, 2 p. m. March 26--Seattle Progressive Society, "]ard Times Dance," Educational Center, S _. m. March 29--T e m p 1 e Auxiliary Braille Comanittee Card ]Party, 2 p. m., Temple Center. April 2--Ierzl Sisterhood Ball, Venetian loom, Olympic rotel. April 6---ffewish Junior League, "Spring Concert." April 9--"lWabima Night," Tem- ple Center. April 29--Ladies' Auxiliary and Men's Club, Temple de ]Ktrsch, Card Party, Temple Center. i Mr. Clara Goldsteln Honored On 7Oth Birthday Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Goldsteln with their children are driving to Portland Saturday where they will attend a momentous occasion, the seventieth birthday anniversary of Mr. Gold- stein's mother, Mrs. Clara Goldstein Mrs. Goldstein's birthday, it ap- pears, will not only be a day of jubil- ation for the immediate family, but for a large number 6f the Jewish community in Portland. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Sixth Street Synagogue are arranging a dinner in her honor which will be held in the auditorium Suntay eve- ning. Mrs. Goldstein is president of the auxiliary, an once she has held for many years. Her activities with the synagogue, her quiet deeds of charity and her genial personality have endeared her to her large circle of friends both in Portland and Seattle, where she frequently visits. Of her nineteen grandchildren, eighteen will be with her on this happy day. Another grandson, Bud Hochfeld of Portland, is at present studying in Berne, Switzerland. Mrs. Goldstein has six children, five of whom are living in Portland and Mr. A. M. Goldstein of Seattle. Mrs. A. M. Goldstein, her daugh- ter-in-law, is apparently following in the footsteps of the elder Mrs. Gold- stein. Her work with the Temple De Hirsch Auxiliary, of which she is president, as *yell as her other out- standing communal activities, are too well known to record here. CLASSIFIED WANTED--JEWISH FAMILY TO board two children. Reasonable pay. Box 52-X, Jewish Transcript. Mrs. Ruth Ashbrook ,,,,,,,,,,,,COOD,,,,,,,,,,,,, COFFEE CAKES WILSONIAN APT. HOTEL Bessie Sather, Manager Wilsonian Dining Room Now Serving 50 Dinner Soup, salad, choice of entrees and desserts Also Luncheon We make your parties a success ... luncheons, teas, dinners, banquets. Accommodations for Six to Three Hundred PHONE VErmont 2100 Venetian Gardens To Be Setting For Dane A group of women with Mrs. Harris Waxman as the deft chairman, are busy with elaborate plans for the dance the Herzl Sisterhood is giving in tne Venetian Gardens of the Olympic on Sunday evening, April 2. Excellent dance music and many novel entertainment features are being arranged for. Judging from other affairs under the chairmanship of Mrs. Waxman, this party should be an outstanding success. Working on plans with her are her committee composed of Mrs. William Rosen- berg, Mrs. B. B. Lustig and Mrs. Max Tobias. There will be cards for guests who do not enjoy dancing. WEAR YOUR OLD CLOTHES: Here is where children get the chance to "please mother" by wear- ing their old clothes and at the same time have a lot of fun[ The Jr.: Social committee of che Temple Ladies' Auxiliary is sponsoring a "Hard Time Party" for Sunday School pupils of seventh and eighth grades, and the Bar Mitzvah League, on Saturday night at 9 o'clock, at the Center. Carolyn Blumenthal is in charge of entertainment. i NATURE'S Health Giving WATERS at world famous Harrison Hot Springs The meeting place of hund- reds who come yearly to get the fullest enjoyment from their vacations. Indoor Swimming Pool-- Boating, Water Rports, Golf. Rooms overlooking lake.  For further de- tails, rates and reservations... write-- HARRISON HOT SPRINGS HOTEL ltal'rtson Hot Springs, B. O. C00he 00prin9time of I933 A New Season adopting a New Mode in Fashions of purpose and intrigue SUITS and SUIT COSTUMES DRESSES, GOWNS and COATS Hosiery in colors to blend is important 1331 FIFTH AVENUE L