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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE APRIL 8, 19 PRIL 8 s ...... Social and Person, al Events of the Weel., ,-%"-- SARA MICHELSON ELISE LURIE CAP. 720O Glendale Country Club Resumes Activity As Spring Season Opens Glendale Golf and Country Club was the scene of greater than usual early Spring season activity last Sunday. A large group of golfers took advantage of the perfect golf- ing weather and thirty-eight stayed on to dinner at the chlb house, later completing the pleasurable day at the m'dl jong and bridge tables. Dinner guests were: Mr. and Mrs. iIerbert A. Schoen- feld, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Frank, the R'dph Schoenf?Ids, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- ton Schwal)acher, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bernbaum, their daughters, Misses Mimi and Phylis Bernbaum, their son, Sanford :lad Ilia guest, Jerome Falk, of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. L. Kenneth Schoen fold, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weisfield, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rosenberg, Mr. "rod Mrs. Alfred Goldl)latt, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Schermer, Mr. and Mrs. Addis Gutnmnn, Mr. and Mrs. Cl'rcnce Leman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bh)ck, Miss llelen Bastheim, Leo Block, Joel Staadeeker and Irwin Meshcr. Mrs. Max Block, soci.d chairman mnounccs that a series of dimmr dances and monthly luncheons will be held throughout the Spring and Sumlner season for nienlbers and out of town guests. Sponsoring the so- cial activities at Glendale Country Chlb this year, are the following members of the social committee: Mesdames lhu'ohl Barde, Josepll Bernbaum, Simon Burnett, David It'llpern, Leslie Roscnl)crg and L. K. Scheonfchl. Susie Michael Friedman, con- cert pianist "ud leacher of I)iano, is elated this week over the news that her pupils won highest honors at the annu'd Western Washington Music Contest, held in Everett Saturday (in the paine section). Students from every town ,f tile state (except Se- attle) competed for the award. This is the third successive year that Mrs. Friedman's pupils have so distin- guished themselves. Mrs. Fried- man coached them for the finals. Today Mrs. Friedman leaves for a few days vacation in Portland with Sigma Theta Pi Sorority Girls Devote Time To Local Charity Projects A charming group of debutantes active memhcrs of Sigma Theta Pi sorority, forgot social engagements for the nlore serious business of phil- 'mthrophy last week, when tlmy oc- cupied themselves with arrange- meats for their ammal Dessert Bridge. On Frid.y afternoon ofticcrs of the loeal group, including the Misses Dorothy Guthman, president; Caroly.n Bhunenth.d, treasurer; Car- olyn Schwarz, secretary, assisted by Incz Goldstein and Mimi Bern- baron, took tickcts, served coffee and dessert to imarly a hundred mat- rons at the Temple Center. Pour- ing coffee and tea were Mrs. Otto Guthman and Mrs. Joseph Bern- banm. Receipts from this aft'dr go to charity. The sorority has done some worthy work, including the equip- ing of a room for the Dental Clinic at the Educational Center, the fill- ing of Ch'tnukah baskets for tile needy. A contribution is given 'm- nually to the (,'amp Fire Girls. This yc'r they will nl'de a don.ttion to the Matzos' fund sponsored by the Welfare So(.iety as well. A portion of the money goes to the National Sorority which gives a schohu'ship to 't Jewish girl yearly. 'ROUND TOWN Even the most confirmed Califor- nia weather addicts have had their spirits (and summer wardrobes) sonlewhat dampened this year, and with tilt first promise of our own special brand of bMmy clays are trcking homeward spcedily. Mrs. Selma Wolfson, who has been in search of Southern Califor- nia sunshine the I)ast two months arrive(l home Sunday. The Emanuel Rosenbergs, us- ually of the first to-depart last to-re- turn Southern travelers are already within the home envir0ns--they ar- rived in Portland, where they arc making a brief visit before coming to Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenbcrg left for Los Angeles and Pahn Springs the first of January. Mrs. Esther Raphael of the Ha- cienda Court, has just returned after an absence of three months visiting in Southern California and Mexico Mrs. Raphael spent several weeks in romantic Mexico City--the mecca of the traveler, where she visited re- latives. En route to Mexico City she Two Hundred Guests Attend H. L. Free Loan Society's Bridge Tea Miss Dora Zeeve, secretary .rod backtlone of the l,adies Free Loan Society, is jubihmt over the success of their bridge tea lmld on March 29 at tim Dolly Madison Tearoom. Two hundred guests attended thus adding another tidy sum to the Free Loan Fund to aid those in need. A gracious gesture toward the or- ganization is extemlcd yearly by the management of tile l)olly Madison "/'e'r Room which furnishes every- thing for these parties gratis--a I)ri- wlte dining room, refreshments, de- corations and service, yearly. Mrs. Rose Stei|lfiehl, president of the Sen- ior group 'rod Mrs. Robert Shal)iro who heads the Junior Auxiliary its well as Miss Zeevc exln'cssed their gratitude to the managenmnt. Mrs. Rubin W. REport, an ex- tremely lmsy club woman, active in the Mag||olia l ). T. A., the Music and Art Foundation, was chairman for the large tett given by tile M'Lgnolia Guihl of the OrthoI)edie lfospital on Friday at the Officers Club at Fort Law(on. Three hundred guests as- sembled for tea and to hear l)r. L. Wendell Fifiehl review ".lohn" ])y Irene Baird. A string trio played during the tea hour. Mrs. Raport heads the Magnolia Guild's ways and means committee. To honor their son, Me, lvin l)'tvid, on his twenty-lirst birthd,ty, Mr. and Mrs. Myer Lm'ie, entertained with a dinner party at their honm on Sat- urday evening. Dr. H. Sehoffman, has returned from Porthmd where he participated in the Spring Post Graduate course given hy the University of Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Got(stein returned last week from an extended trip East via California. Mr. Golf- stein expects to sail Satnrday morn- ing for Anchorage, Alsska. Installation ceren|onics were hehl at tlle Alpha Epsihm Phi t[ouse on tile campus ]Vonday night, when Carolyn Blumcnthal, newly elected president; Josephine Charlet, of Cen- tralia, sub-dean; Sylvia Corcnhlum, of Los Angeles, treasurer; and Doro- thy Lewis of Lynden, scribe, were in- ducted into office. Election was held last week. Approaching Western Interstate Conference Has Council Ladies Busy Seattle and Tacoma Sections of the National Council of Jewish Wonmn will hc h,}sts to the 91h Western Inters(aLe Conference of the Council of Jewish Wonnm, May 22 to 26, inclusive,, with convention headquarters at the ()lyml)ie llotel. The otlicers of the joint Seattle and Tacoma Section in el|arge of arrangenlents are,: President, Mrs. Theol)hil Foist, Tac,ma; Administrative, Mrs. Ben- janlin Rose, Se'dtle; Se, cretary, Mrs. S'unucl Powel], Tacoma; Treasurer, Mrs. Milton Well, Seattle. Tim folh)wing are chairmen of their respective committees: Com'tcsy, Mrs. A. Fried|n'u b Mrs. Morton Schwal),mher, Seattle, and Mrs. IT. Jacobs, Tacoma. Credentials, Mrs. Robert Linden- bergcr, Seattle. l[ospit'dity, Mrs. A. M. Gohlstein, Mrs. Otto Guthman, Seattle, and Mrs. A. Robl)ins, T,tco|na. llotel 'rod Housing, Mrs. Jules Giant. Entertainment, Mrs. Alfred Gohl- bl.ttt. Inform'd.ion, Mrs. Samuel Koch. l,'ingmce, Mrs. ]Iem'ieA;ta Schneider, Seattle, "rod Mrs. J. Sussman, Ta- COnla. Publicity, Mrs. Stanley Blunlcn- thai, Mrs. S. G. Spring, Seattle, and Mrs. R. Warnick, Taeom.t. l'rinting an(1 B'ulgcs, Mrs. Roller( Shal)iro. Program, Mrs. It,lrold Offer, Se- ,H, tle, and Mrs. tester Basldn, rraconla. Pages, Mrs. Edw'u'd Stern, Seattle, and Mrs. H. Cheim, Tacoma. Tickets, Mrs. L. ],J. Nudehnan. . Tr'mslmrtation, Mrs. Max 13lock, Mrs. Jeffrey lleiman, Seattle, and Mrs. II. Mandles, Tacoma. Souvenir Progr.ms, Mrs. Rall)h Lewis. The Council of Jewish Juniors will hold their 6th Western Inter- state jointly with ttle Senior Scc- tion. Mrs. Arthur Olswang is presi- dent nf the Junior h,tersae and the Misses Florence Aronson and Ida Kaminoff are administrative c 11 ai rme n. Ten cities, from Edmonton, Can- ada, to San Diego, California, will be represented. her mother, Mrs: Anna Michaels. stoppedin the quaint towns of Mazat- Her husband, Maurice Friedman, lan and Guadaljara. In Los Angeles I| =-''' wil[ join her on Sunday and they will Mrs. Raphael saw Mr. andMrs. Isa- I e freshir[g Hats! motor home during 'the middle of (lore Allan (Gertrude Kane)and had e next week. a grand reunion with Mrs. Thorn- ] GOy OS the Nineties-- ton Gohtsby, who motored over from r her. home in Glendale. At Palm' H,, /o$t1"$ W,ottl.octiveth. Persono,itY--in sty,e Springs she also saw the M. Gcrbers I end price $1.95 to $15 who will soon desert their desert abode for Seattle. I The Bonnet Nook The Isaac Coopers, who choose Coronado for their annual vacation ] Mrs. Chambers Rhodes will be back at the Camlin on April [  219 Pine St, ,a;d CIIRIAIH8 and gRAP[RI[8 Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Stern are also expected sometime next week. I Mrs. Joseph Welnstetn is still A personal advisory service for interior decorations. If you love individuality in your home, consult Mr. Cox. Take ad- vantage of his years of study and experi- ence in Interior Decorating ! A. B. COX k4743 I;NIVERS1TY WAY ](ENWOOD 297 SEATTLE IlU IllEALLROOM CLA$$E$111i I BINN]RS' CLA TUFDAy 8:80 p. M, 8 TWO-HOUR LESSONS $3.95 PRIVAT INSTRUCTION DAILY MILDRED ALLEY DANCE SCHOOL T19 Pike St., EL. 9281p Open 10 a. m. mm i THE DONNELL Y YAKIMA'S LARGEST HOTEL Welcomes You Coffee Shop Popular Prices YAKIMA, WASH. CARSON'S AURORA CLEANERS & TAILORS We Specialize FRANCIS LEE RE-WEAVING We Call For and Deliver SUnset 9780--7223 Aurora Avenue in Los Angeles after a visit to San Francisco where sire went to greet the arrival of hcr tiny grandson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Isaaes (Dodo Wcinstein). She will be home sometime this month. Mrs. Nathan Eckstetn is being welcomed home after a three weeks' visit to San Francisco where she went to be with her mother, Mrs. A. Schwabacher, on the momentous occasion of her ninety-first natal anniversary and to be with her son- in-law and daughter, the Edwin Josephs and her grandchildren. Miss Joanna Eckstein is still in San Fran- cisco. Mrs. J. S. Lang went to Portland to meet her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lang on their arrival from Los Angeles. Miss Anne Itktn is enjoying the delights of a cruise to the West In- dies. She sailed from New York March 29 on the SS. Statendam. At the concusion of her voyage she ,plans to spend several weeks in New York and Cleveland and later meet her mother, Mrs. A. Itkin in St. Louis. Mrs. Itkin is leaving for the East this week-end to visit with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levis and little grand- daughter, Susan, of St. Louis. They will be away for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Lou E. Nudelman have taken an apartment at tile Marl- llornugh IIouse, Boron at IYniver- si(y. !CURTAINS ! Curtains perfectly laun- dered and dried to measure with no pinholes. (All Cur- tains are washed by hand). Blankets carded, fresh air dried, and returned to you like new. Feather Pillows, Quilts, Bath Robes and Rugs all laundered to your satisfac- tion. QUALITY MUTUAL LAUNDRY 500 MERCER GA. 0803 PREPARE FOR THE PASSOVER SEASON A Complete RUG, DRAPE and UPHOLSTERY CLEANING SERVICE Returned European Traveler Tells Of Touching Incidents We met Mrs Lu(hvi l'ick, the morning of her 'u'rival f,'om a four months' tour of the old world which to her was new indeed. She was 1)ub- })ling over with excitement though she confi;ssed that much of her trip was tinged with the sorrow so ran> pant in Eurolle today. Mrs. Pick went to Germany to visit her father-in-law who lives near Berlin. lle wanted to see the wife of his only son, whom he may never see again. (The Pick's were married eight months ago). "I tou'ed Germnny, went to ttam- hurg an(1 Frankfurt-Am-Main where I visited the p.trents of two Seattle refugees, and saw the Goethenhause, the birthplace of Goethe in Frank- fur(, also the Rahmerplatz--the ban- quet house for Kings, since 1900." Though Mrs. Pick crossed the pond and toured Europe ahme, it is amazing how much of interest she managed to crowd in. She missed nothing which the intelligent tra- veler is eager to see. Mrs. Pick tells interestingly of her visit with the llerm,m Schockens (Mr. Sehoc]en is widely known here where he often visits) in Dresden. Mr. Schoclu..n is very active in Jew- ish affairs in Dresden and is well known throughout Germany. lie is president of the Dresden Congrega- tion and devotes much of his tinle in assisting his fellow Jews. "At the Schocken home," says Mrs. Pick, "the Sitl)b'tth is ushered iu with all the traditional rituals and again on Saturday at sundown. Mrs. Sehocken who is not a Jewess, holds the candle for her husband when he makes 'thvdolah.' She is very proud 1lee'fuse she can sing the Hebrew meh)(lies but chagrined be- cause she cannot master the IIebrew words. Nevertheless she keeps a 'kosher' house "I spent ten days with them, at- tended Friday night and Saturday morning services which were beau- tifully conducted. It was touching to see many mothers who had sent their children from home--huddled in prayer, sobbing. "My hosts took me to the famous art galleries where I saw Raphael's Sixteenth Century Madona, some of Vandyke and Rembrandt originals. "I went up to the Swiss Alps for the winter sports at Rigi over Lu- cerne. Gorgeous lakes surrounded by high mountains and one gets nine hours of sunshine a day--summer amidst sparkling snow." Mrs. Pick visited her husband's sister in Zurich. The Schockens joined her for a week's stay at San Remo on the Italian Riviera, visiting Milan and Genoa. Ten days in Paris came next. There Mrs. Pick contacted members of the German Club (similar to the one formed here-- and was invited to their meeting. "Their meetings un- like those in Seattle, declared the traveler are not--"How arc you getting Mong with your job, whom are you bringing over? but, 'how shall we liveI' It dimmed my pleasure seeing so many people of all ages who haven't employment and no means of earning their daily bread. "The plight of the German re- fugees in Paris is more tragic than one can possibly imagine. Young men and young women with on and two degrees to their credit walk the streets aimlessly and hopelessly." Mrs. Pick is the former Estelle Klenman. N O R C O ] Inttmatefriendsarr'mgedalve- ly surprise party on Saturday, RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS 417 18TH AVE. SO. PRospect 4141 Gi who work in omces and stores: Are you dog You .00.ole tired at the end of a day? Try our relaxing treatments. Special prices for full course. HYDRO THERAPY INSTITUTE Steam and Medicated Baths, Swedish Massage. 422 HAIGHT BLDG March 26th, to honor Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kay who were that day celebrat- ing their silver wedding anniversary. Guests included Messrs and Mcs- (lames Louis Lasco, Sam Harnish, H. Mosler, M. Blumenthal, Louis Fisher, Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Kra- met, Mrs. Rae Cohen, Mrs. J. Keis- ler, and Miss Rose Cohen, A delec- table buffet supper was served and the evening was spent in playing bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Joyle Adler (Ethel Kronfield) are receiving congratula- tions on the birth of their first child a son, IIoward Bruce, born on March 30, at the Swedish IIospital. IIappy grandparents sharing their joy, are, Mr. and Mrs. IIerman Kronficld, Mrs. II. I. Adler and the baby's greatgrandfathcr, Mr. Israel Kron- field. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tall are being congratulated on the birth of a son,. Howard Leslie, born on March 30. Eastern Engagement['Ierzl ] Arouses Interest By Gc In The Northwest ombardin Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel St l)r. Maxi heim, of New Yorl City, forgVersity of nf ]3uttc, Montana, announcen'national engagement of their daughter, } 100 paid mi, to Eugene S. Zemans, s0iorGuihlb Mr. and Mrs. D.wid Zemanserzl Sy Goshen, hnlian't and Chicago. ,er of the Miss Sternheim was educate Italy "ca Reed College, I'ortland, OregoD." [Tniversity of Montana and We e stated, Reserve University in Clove She is at presemt assistant td)r his fine editor of Community Service, mSnization ly publication of the Washiey Nelso: Council of Social Agencies.  of thall Sternheim is .also chairman of hbers p'dd licity at the Women's City Clance to t] Washington, D.C. r for mmn Mr. Zemans, a University of ! htys claim igan graduate (1929), litter s0 of any at the University of Chic.(go S t. of Social Service Administr cheer wm ,tad at Georgetown University S I commit( of Law in W'tshington, D. C., linoleun is enH)loyed by the Bureau of Pri i ex-Guild 1 ])ep'u'tment of Justice and is clV,t Farber, of ]"edm'al Probation. The marrta, aud ve: will take pht(..e in early April in i next be( ington, 1). C. 1 21, at S " ' The, . ternheun s 'n'e widely kit All gull among Northwest Jewry. ])r. S(invited. heJm, a refornl ral)bi, occupicossIP: ; l'efornl lmlpit at Butte, Montant to I)e on f,}re the family nmved to New nittee? . . ' lickets f( Mrs. Bertha Leskin of New der who t who is visiting her brother-i we finall and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben. W0im ' goreo will 1)e honored at a party this Sland goes day evening to which twenty ging! She have been invited, nmrning . ns for fet he meetir orients. Now l Two First-Run Featur(]urlo r "UP FROM "DAREDE The STREETS DRIVERS i a. 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