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March 25, 1924 t:h /wisb Crallscrlpl Page Three S - .. 9 Women s Organlzat, ons Seattle Hebrew M,ss Lena Kleinberg, of this city, who is in California attending Mills Benevolent Society Co,lege, w,ll spend her Spriog vaca (ion as the guest of Miss Jeanette Rosenfcld in Los Angeles. Miss ANNUAL REPORT Rosenfeld and her 1)arents were for- merly of this city but for the past Following is the annual report of two years have made Los Angeles Miss the work accomplished by the So- their home. attic Hebrew Benevolent Society during tlle p'st year, which has just Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weinstein 'Sylvia been compiled by Mrs. Gertrude L. were week-end guests in Tacoma Shopera, president of the orgamza- where they attended a party cele- (ion: brating the fifteenth wedding anni- Bernhard LADlEs: versary of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wcin- In a('cordance with our By-Laws stein, talented it has been the custom for thq Presi- On Tuesday, March 18, Mrs. Har- dent, Ofticers and Ch'firmen of Stand- old Offer and Mrs. E. Morganstcrn Jewish mg Committees to submit an annual entertained with a Mah Jongg break- report which shouhl cover the work fast to compliment Miss Allcnberg. carried on by our Organization dur- girl ing the past year. Mr. Mike Rosenbcrg of Los An- It is of course impossibh to render gelcs arrived Tuesday, March 18, to who a report in such detail which will visit his parents and his brother Mr. reflect the scope of work aceom- Al Rosenberg. plished. The Financial Secretary and Treasurer's reports indicate the Mr. M. Falkenstein of San Fran- appeared exact anmunts of moneys received cmco was a guest at the New Wash- and expended. These business re- ington Hotel. tte was entertained at here ports cannot of course show the time, a dinner l)arty by Mr. and Mrs. thought, contacts made and coati- George Keiter. dence gained in the work to which this Organization is dedicated, recently Mrs. Stclla Bhun entertained at a Today we are entering our thirty- dinner party in honor of Miss Belle third year of charitable activity and Bhun Friday night, with we are keenly and sincerely con- scious of our commmnd responsibili- ties. Mrs. Charles W. Rosenbaum who Chicago There has been the closest co-oper- for the past few weeks has been the ation between the workers and the guest of her sister, Mrs. Nathan Working committees and it is my Eckstein, left Sunday, March 16, for Civic conviction that we can continue to her home in San Francisco. grow and succeed only to the extent in which we strengthen our commit- Mrs. J. C. Lang entertained last Opera. tees in personnel and scope and in- Wednesday and Thursday with hm- rite into tbc service men and women chcons followed by Mah Jongg. !i of vision, ability and position. % Our path is a difficult one and Mrs. Joe Gardner and her mother, without earnest and whole-hear(co Mrs. II. Schoenfcld, are in San Fran- SUpPort we carom( succeed in COl)rag cisco. They will be joined by Mr. With the probhmls which confront us. Gardner who is motoring to meet I wish to l)oint out to you here a them. thought or two regarding Social Wel- fare Work along studied lines, some- times termed scientific, 'rod at war with true charity, I)ut this view- Point is in error. ]t is real charity because understandingly and intelli- gently directed, having for its aim the saving and rejuvenation as well as the relief of mffortunates. Miss Dorothy Cramer of Los An- Our first duty is to meet promptly gcles is the guest of her cou'sin, Miss Mrs. Emmanuel Rosenberg enter- the immediate needs, then carefully Marion Mittelberger. tained last week with a hmcheon and sympathetically find the cause and remove it. followed by Mah Jongg to honor Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Rosenberg Miss Allenberg. The imnmdiate need amy be saris- are at Byron Hot Springs, California Miss Helen Grunbaum and Mr fled with material relief, giving of wher e they expect to spend several food, fuel, clothing or money, but weeks, after which they plan travel- dance at their home in tmnor of Miss Henry Grunbaum entertained with a ne tamJly with a widowed or desert- ing through Southern California. ed mother or incapacitated father, a Allenberg, Saturday evening, March family which has fallen below the 15. lhrl. hal stand.rot of living b(cause of The Board and Chairmen of the -ess or inability to cope with the Standing Committees of the Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bastheim ndl!lOns of life would be poorly ]Iebrew Benevolent Society were re- have announced the engagement of t,rve(l by repeated banding out of ceived at the Caroline Kline Galland their daughter, Babette, to Mr. Clar- material relief with Ire attempt to Itome on Monday, March 24. ence Edwin Leman of New Yorl help in the solution of its l)rol)lems. City. How we may arrive at lasting re- Mrs. Sol Garde entertained with a Honoring her sister, Miss Belle Salts is a (lUestion that will no doubt hmcheon last Thursday to honor her Blmn, of San Francisco, Mrs. Leo arise in our minds by the so called house guest, Mrs. Sommers. Covers Schwabacher entertained with a hm- ae:estlgatin. What does tim in- were laid for nine. f ygta ' cheon Friday, March 21 s tlon reveal? When a member o r family bccomes ill you at Miss Louise Sehermer entertained Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Schwabacher Mrs. Herman Weinstein of Spo- Miss Bessie Allenberg of San Fran- kane, formerly Miss Isabel Selig of this cisco, who has been visiting her city was a week-end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alois Rotb, left lasl mother. She was joined here by her Thursday for Portland where she husband and returned home Sunday, will spend several weeks with Mrs March 16. Milton Markewitz before returning to her home in the South. entertained with a pre-Opera dinner Saturday evening, March 15. Following tile Opera on Saturday evening Mrs. J. C. Lang cntcrtahm( with a supper party. Once send for your physician, lfe eight guests at a birthday party does not as of old prescribe for ap- Saturday, March 15. Parent cause of illness, but by sym- Pathetic questioning, ascertains cause Mr. Harold Ostrow has returned and arriving at the source makes from a business trip to California. plans for the cure. So it is with the SOcial investigation, or social diag- Mrs. I. Solomon and her two nests as it is now called. A so(it, children accompanied by her sister- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Laehma .... ' J Worker makes a diagnosis in-law, Miss Freda Solomon, left last left Seattle Tuesday, March 18, for a an(l then makes a )Ian fo for f ....... 1 r treatment Tuesday for New York City where five weeks motor trip to California. c- ;,mljy needs and each famil aid- they will make their home. Mr u oy o,,,, , Y l.. "'* 'rgamzation is treated in Abe Solomon, formerly of this city, A Board meeting of the Washing- vulS manner. is at present attending Columbia ton Golf and Country Club was held The family budget is earefully University. last week at the home of Mr. Leo COnsidered, including household ex- Schwabacher. Peases and incidentals. Miss Katharine Aronson sailed on Our families could not be given the H. F. Alexander Tuesday, March Mr. Moe Tipp of Chicago, brother Personal service and careful treat-18, for San Francisco. She will re- of Mr. Ben Tipp, spent a few days Continued on Page Seven turn to Seattle in June. in the city. SEATTLE JEWISH GIRL IN OPERA --Photo by Wayne Albee, McBride Studio Courtesy Seattle Post-Intelligenccr @ Gifted Dancer Is Ladies Auxiliary Dance A Success The annual Purim Dance of the Ladies Auxiliary to Temple De Hirsch was held Wednesday evening, March 19, at the Seattle Yacht Club Danc- ing, Mah Jongg and cards were en- joyed by all who attended. Announcements were sent to the members of the Temple De Hirsch and members of the Ladies Auxiliary to Temple De Hirsch. The dance was in honor of the faculty of the Temple Religious School in appreciation for the time and labor given so willingly by the teachers. Those honm'ed were: Rabbi Samuel Koch Mr. Melville Monheimer Dr. Le Roy Hartman Mr. Harry Weinstein Miss Lillian Frankel Miss Ida Seitzick Mr. Bailey Dinkclspeil Mr. Charles Stone Wilson Miss Harrison Mr. Melvin Levy Mr. Jeffry Heiman Mr. Leslie Stusser Miss Bertha Freed Mr. Ed Starin Mr. Herman Meyer Miss Jeanctte Taylor. The profits of the dance are to be turned over to the Ways and Means Committee of the Ladies Auxiliary of which Mrs. Sol Spring is Chairman to be applied to the Temple Annex Kitchen Equipment Fund. On Tuesday, March 18, Mrs. Flora Roscnberg entertained the "Tuesday Mah Jongg Club." On Monday, March 17, Mrs. H. Bernstein entertained with a most perfectly appointed Mah Jongg tea at her home. St. Patrick Day decor- ations were carried out in every de- tail. Thirty guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rosen(hal of On Way To Fame Montesano and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lewis of Lynden were guests in the Miss Sylvia Bernhard, who was in city during the newspaper institute the ballet of the Chicago Civic Opera at the University of Washington coral)any when it appeared here re- which Mr. Rosenthal and Mr. Lewis cently, is a Seattle girl twenty years attended. of age. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernhard, 536 Twenty-sixth Miss Caroline Stern of this city Avenue. won a place on the Radcliff debate Upon graduation from Broadway team and last week represented her High School, Miss Bernhard studied college agains Vassar. dancing with Caird Leslie in this city. She left Seattle last September en- Mr. Lou Benjamin of Philadelphia route to New York to continue her was a guest at the New Washington studies. Hotel last week. While in the city Stopping off in Chicago with her he was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. mother, Miss Bernhard received an Simon Burnett. offer to join the Chicago Civic Opera ballet. Miss Bernhard accepted the On Saturday evening, March 15, offer and remained with the coml)any Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Silver enter- until the end of the Chicago season in tained at their home with one of a Janu.ry. series of evening parties. She then went to New York where she continued her studies. In the Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kellner, who meantime the Chicago Civic opera for the past few months have been company had gone on the road and at guests at the Sorrento Hotel, have Chatanooga, Tenn., the director of urchased a home on Queen Anne the company wired Miss Bernhard to Hill. oin the company "gain. Miss Bernhard joined the company Mr. Samuel Applebaum of Iditarod, Lt C'batanooga and has been on the Alaska, returned to this city last road with it since. The company will week after spending a few weeks in wind up tlfis season in Chicago this California. He will leave Saturday month and Miss Bernhard will return for his home in Iditarod. to New York to resume her studies with Michel Fokine, renowned danc- ing master. Mrs. Samuel Colmn entel'taincd at hmcheon at her home in Mt. Baker Mrs. George Greenswerg returned Park on Thursday, March 20, in to San Francisco after a nine months honor of her sister, Miss Rose Gold, visit in this city with her sister, Mrs. whose marriage to Mr. Dave Tipp Bella Dinkelspeil. will take place May 22. Mrs. Maud Schocnfeld left with The Misses Helen and Selma Mar- Mr. and Mrs. A. Schubach on the cussen entertained seven guests Steamship H. F. Alexander to spend Thursday evening, March 13, with a several months in California. bridge and Mah Jongg party.