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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE MAY 5, 1933 Social and Personal Events of the Week SARA MICHELSON Social Editor Spring Opening At Glendale Golf Club Held Last Sunday It was official Spring Opening Day at Glendale Golf Club Sunday, and despite threatening skies which met early risers, golfers, especially the men members of the club, were not detered from their game and were soon on their way in the morning mist toward the links First to arrive of course, was the Brown-Lurie team, but, as the morn- ing wore on, the undulating greens of the course became dotted with  golfers of the feminine gender as well. Their bright wool sweater and soft hats--like rainbow color.' --making lovelier the spring land scape. CHAMPIONS At the club house, from which one can see a broad sweep of the green, and the blossoming trees, congregated the non-golfing ele- ment for cards or conversation. With twilight came the champions of the links, much excited with hearty appetites, to the club house. Quite a number stayed for dinner. The Alfred Shemanskis were there with a family group. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob R. Hiller had Dr. and Mrs. Harry J. Friedman as their guests. At a no-host table were Mrs. Leo Schwabacher, the Mel Monheimers, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Schwabacher and Miss Bertha Schwabacher. Among other dinner groups were Messrs. and Mesdames Kirby Spey- er, M. Schoenfeld, Sol Spring, Louis Marks and Alfred Kleinberg. Prize winners were Messrs. Jake Stone, E. Blumenthal, Frank New- man, Jr., E. Epstein, Kirby Speyer and Louis Marks. Jack Schermer is division captain. SIGMA THETA PI Sorority mem- bers are busy with plans for their annual mother's and daughter's luncheon which is to be held at the Edmond Meany Hotel on May 13, announced Miss Dorothea Fried- man, chairman. Mr. and Mrs. M. Holman and Miss Dorothy Sacks of New York who were visitors here for the past six weeks, left for Los Angeles, Tues- day. BETROTHAL Mr. and Mrs. A. Margolis an- Sigma A@ha Mu Open House Is Magnet For Many Visitors IN APPROACHING THE Sigma Alpha Mu House on 22nd Northeast Sunday afternoon, where open house was in progress, one saw, while still at a distance, the fraternity colors (a purple and white flag) waving a friendly welcome to callers. Once inside, smiling fraternity members with their affable president, David Rosenbaum, and the president of the mother's club, Mrs. Simon Golub, in a black crepe model with corsage of orchids, intensified the welcome with their warm greetings. DAY FOR YOUTH IN THE ODD SHAPED drawing room, the Greek insignia, in purple, on white background, encircled with electric lights, graced the main wall, the scent of many flowers brought a message of Spring and youth swarmed ... Co-eds, sorority girls and just lovely girls . . . stood about in little knots surrounded by S. A. Mu's chatting animatedly. HENRY KOTKINS was busy showing guests through the house, the sleeping porches, den, study rooms of resident students--with the ubi- quitous photographs of mother, and the proverbial "cousin" on dressers; all the while explaining--that resident S. A. M. students must never be "caught" out on school nights after the late hour of 10 p. m. MEANWHILE, IN THE terraced dining room, beamed the mothers --as they presided over the tea table centered with yellow and white blooms, tall yellow candles, delectable pastries--many carrying the S. A. M. design, a triumph of some mother's art. Orchids seemed the order of the day, but this time they adorned the gowns of the mothers. Mrs. Jack Boral who was pouring tea wore black chiffon with appliquet yoke and Mrs. H. C. Miller presided over the coffee urns wearing black crepe with orchids. Mrs. B. Rosenbaum was in green and Mrs. Leon Brodie (a S. A. M. wife, not mother) wore brown flowered chiffon. OTHER HOSTESSES who poured during the tea hour were Mes- dames Walter Metzenbaum, Albert Kaye, A. J. Kotkins, S. B. Asia, S. Shucklin, Charles Horowitz, H. Jassny and W. Shapiro. Three hundred and fifty callers put their names on the pages of the guest book during the afternoon. OPERA PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eekstein are among the list of patrons for Wagner's Opera "Lohengrin" to be presented by Paul Engberg at the Civic Auditorium Saturday night. They were also to be patrons for the Schubert opera "The Conspira- tors" which Myron Jacobsen is di- recting at the Century Theatre this evening and tomorrow night. "DREI FRAUEN UND ICH," an autobiography of a blind student, by Oskar Baum, will be the novel read by Mrs. Bernard Lindenberger AT HOME Honoring the engagement of their daughter, Celia, to Mr. George Nor- man Jaffe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jaffe, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kahn will receive friends at their residence, 6107 Latona Ave., on Sunday afternoon, May 14. No cards have been issued. Mr. and Mrs. David Wegodsky  announce the engagement of their i daughter Gertrude to Mr. Louis Co- I hen, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cohen of Indianapolis. The wedding date, has not been set. I at her home on Wednesday after- noon. MR. AND MRS. ALFRED SHE- -- I MANSKI were patrons at the Pi Mr. Philip Tworoger is leaving IMu Chi Pre-Medical Fraternities today for Los Angeles for a two formal dinner dance, at the Wash- weeks' stay. ington Athletic Club Saturday night. A NUMBER OF SEATTLEITES motored to Auburn Sunday where Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cohen enter- tained with a bridge dinner for six- teen. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kleinberg have NINE GUESTS were entertained at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob R. Hiller last Tuesday evening. nounce the engagement of their asked guests for an informal eve- daughter, Sally, to Mr. Samuel ning of cards on Saturday. Jaffe, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Jaffe formerly of Portland and now re- THIRTY-SIX friends gathered at siding here. the Terrace Dining Room Tuesday evening for a surprise no-host din- ner, in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jack Weinstein of Spokane Robert Anderson on their sixteenth spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. Richard Heller. wedding anniversary. Mr. Leo Steinhauer and Mr. Max Sprincin spent a few days in Portland as guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Horn- stein. Ask your Grocer for... REG. $7.50 PUSH WAVE Ill PERMANENT I All waves given by experts only! Each wave soft and nat- 1 N g ural. Easy to keep up[ ...... .e' SPECIAL . . . Finger Wave and Trim .................................... 500 SINGER ,0o Oenn, o,,o. 1408 Second Avenue MAIn 7049 X WILSONIAN APT. HOTEL Bessie Sather, Manager Wilsonian Dining Room Now Serving Dinner Soup, salad, choice of entrees and desserts Also 35= Luncheon We make your parties a success ... luncheons, teas, dinners, banquets. Accommodations for Six to Three Hundred PHONE VErmont 2100 $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. Phone GA. 3990 (Products Milk, Cream, Sour Cream, Churned Butter- milk, Cottage Cheese, Butter and Buttermilk " PRESIDENT [ gZaJtery Photo Courtesy Post-lntelligencer Mrs. Ben Rothenberg, newly elected president of the Temple de Hirsch Auxiliary. Temple Auxiliary Elects Officers At the last meeting of the fiscal year of the Ladies Auxiliary to Temple de Hirsch, the following were inducted into office: Mrs. Ben Rothenberg, president; Mrs. ,Hugo Loewy, first vice-president; Mrs. Walter Metzenbaum, second vice- president; Mrs. Ralph Lewis, third vice-president; Mrs. Henrietta .Schneider, treasurer; Mrs. Sol Spring, recording secretary; Mrs. J. G. Feldlnan, corresponding sec- retary; Mrs. Joseph Weinstein, fi- nancial secretary. Elected to serve on the executive board were Mrs. Robert Shapiro, Mrs. Max Schoenfeld and Mrs. Ja- cob Keiter. The retiring president, Mrs. A. M. Goldstein, in her interesting an- nual report, stressed the achieve- ments of the various committees, ! emphasizing the splendid work done by Mrs. Archie Krom, chairman of the Junior Social committee. In closing Mrs. Goldstein stated: "I relinquish the chair to the new pres- ident with a feeling of security." Mrs. Belle Friedlein and Mrs. David Ackerman are at Soap Lake. CLUBS The Auxiliary of the Sons of Is- rael will meet Sunday at 7 P. M. at the Educational Center. Cards will follow. Tahnud Torah Ladiea Auxiliary will meet at the Talmud Torah build- ing on Monday, May 8, at 2 o'clock. Members arc requested to be present. Jewish Consumptives' Relief Aux- iliary will give a dessert bridge Wed- nesday, May 10th at the home of Mrs, S. Adatto, 1502 aard Ave., at 1 o'clock. Friends are welcome. The meeting ot Histadruth, Pio- neer Workers of Palestine, will be held Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. S. Lotskar. Cards will follow the meeting. Calendar Mrs. Wallace Blkan, Chatman PR. 2121 - BA. 2813 EETINGS May 7--National Council, Jewish gun- tore, 2 p.m. May 8---Talmud Torah Auxiliary, p.m. May 8---Daughters of Israel, 8 p.m. May 9--Emma Lazarus Auxiliary, . B., 8 p.n May 9erzl istory Lectures, 8:15 p.m. ay 10---J. C. -. S. Auxiliary, 2 p.m. May 10---A. Z. A., 8 p.m. May 10---ewish Junior T-eague, 8:30 p.m. ay ll---Junior adassah Basketball team, 8 p.m. SOCIAL EVENTS May 7--B'nai B'rith Auxiliary, ook review, tea. May 9--Emma Lazarus Auxiliary Dessert Bridge, :home of .re. Goldte Tpolowitz, 1 p.m. May 13---Jewish ffunior Yeague Lag 'Omar Celebration. Surprise! ay 14--ffewtsh Junior League. Tal- mud Torah Outing, ortuna lark. tay 14---lerzl ffunior Guild Caare way 14---International A. Z. A. Par- ents' Day, Temple Center. ay 20-21Temple Children's Oper- etta, Temple Center. lay 27--unior adassah Formal. Council Of Jewish Women Close Year With Annual Event Another successful chapter has been added to the Seattle Section Council of Jewish Women with the close of their annual luncheon. If the officers were distraught about weather conditions on Wednesday morning as they scanned the heavens, they did not count on the spirit of the council members, which certainly transcended that of the elements, judging from the assem- blage of a hundred and sixty-five loyal women. They came in their smart Spring clothes too, and made the occasion festive as they sat about the tables which were lovely with red tulips and greens. GREETINGS Two presidents, Mrs. Harold Kahan of the Vancouver, B. C., sec- tion and Mrs. Nathan Friedman of the Tacoma section, brought greet- ings from their organizations. Other Tacomans who came for the event were Mrs. Thee Feist, Mrs. H. Jacobs, Mrs. L. Lewis, Mrs. H. Mendles and Miss S. Rice. Mrs. A. Pedersen of Spokane was also a guest. Sub-Debs of the Junior Council will be hosts at a Musical Tea and Installation at the home of Lillian Clein, 635 37th Ave., Sunday after- noon at 2 o'clock. The affair is open to members, their mothers and friends. The following officers will be in- stalled in office: President, Esther Woran; vice-president, Lillian Aronson; secretary, Mildred Kron- field; treasurer, Alice Schultz; his- torian, Ruth Aaron. WEDDING Miss Gussie Nelson has chosen significant date for her marriage to Mr. Max Stusser, June 4th--the day her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Nelson, will celebrate their twenty-fifth wed- ding anniversary. It is to be synagogue wedding at the Bikur Cholum with a dinner dance to fol- low at the Talmud Torah. Miss Nelson's sister, Mrs. Sara Efron, of Baltimore, who is expected here May 17, is to be matron of honor. Mr. Stusser is the son of Mr. S. Stusser of this city. He attended the University of British Columbia. Mrs. Ruth Ashbrook "",,,,,,,,,OOD,,,,,"'""" COFFEE CAKES Ask Your Grocer TERRACE DINING ROOM JACK & JILL GRILL BERGONIAN HOTEL SPECIAL LUNCHES 35 and 50 cents DINNERS Week Days - o 50 and75c Sundays o 75c and $1.O3 Reception Honors Betrothed Couple Honoring the engagement of their daughter Eloise, and her fiance, Mr. Louis Glickinan, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gottsteln will be at borne on Sunday, May 14 at 3432 Florence Court, 34th and Fast l)enny Way. Calling hours will be from3 to6 o'clock. Miss Gott- stein's betrothal to Mr. Glickman was announced in April. "THE GROBLES" a Saturday night club, will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Robbins at dinner. Mr. Arthur Polacheck is driving to Yakima to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Polacheck and inci- dentally to view the town in its ex- quisite garb of May blossoms. RECEPTION: In celebration o f the Bar Mitzvah of their son Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Aaron will be at home to their friends t/nday afternoon from 2 until 5 o'clock. Friends of Mr. Jacob Lighter will be glad to hear that he is convalescing at the Providence Hospital. -. NATURE'S Health Giving WATERS at world famous Harrison Hot Springs The meeting place of hund- reds who come yearly to fret the fullest enjoyment from their vacations. Indoor Swimming Pool-- Boating, Water Sports, Golf. Roome overlooking lake. For further de- tails, rates and reservation=... write-- HARRISON HOT SPRINGS HOTEL Harrison Hot Springs, B. C. MAKE US YOUR CASH AND CARRY CLEANING HEADQUARTERS NEW LOW CASH AND CARRY Cleaning Prices Men's or Ladies Felt 25C Hats Cleaned and Blocked ............. Ladies' Plain Dress- 60C es and Plain Coats and Suits ........... Volunteer Cleaners "NOT A CHAIN STORE" PRos. 5742 524 Broadway N. 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