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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE JUNE 3, 1 J Social and Personal Events of the Wee00( SARA MICHELSON ELISE LURIE CAP. 7200 Sam Browns To Celebrate Fortieth Anniversary Sunday Celebrating their fortieth wed- ding anniversary in Portland Sun- day, will be Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brown. They left last week for a visit with their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brown at 7530 Southeast 35th St., and will be joined over the weekend by their daughter, Miss Anita Brown. The Browns&apos; wedding took plaee in Se- attle at historic Morris Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gardner are at home at the Gainsborough after six months spent in Southern California. They divided their time between Los Angeles, Palm Springs, and Arrowhead IIot Springs. Dr. Jerome Holzman of Portland was a visitor in town over the week- end, when he came to join his wife who had been attending the Western Interstate Conference of the Council of Jewish Women. They were guests of Mrs. ]tolzman's mother, Mrs. ttenry Kleinberg, at the Piedmont. Dr. Norman W. Clein is planning to leave on tile Mainlander, Thurs- day en route to San Francisco to at- tend tile eonvention of the Anmriean Medical Association held there Jime 10Lh to 17th. Dr. Clein will give a paper on Allergy. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron A. Maslan left Sunday for a ten days' motor trip to San Franc|see. Miss Florence Aronson was host- ess to thirty young friends at a de- lightful ewming party at her home Saturday. SEATTLE'S HAZE MART GIFT SHOP OF THE NORTIIWEST FIFTH AVENUE AT UNIVERSITY Phone SEneca 2199 Seattle i THE OLYMPIAN REFINISHING CO. Refinishing of Household and Office Furniture USED CHAIRS & DESKS FOR SALE ELiot 2012 1004 Howell St. Rose B. Stephens 00NWT00S You TO Marleen Tea Room SHAFER BUILDING (opposite Frederick & Nelson) Serving a Delicious Luncheon 25e and a full-course Dinner at 50e You will relish our cooking PINE at SIXTH Hair smartly and individually styled. Facials Most relaxing, reju- venating and beautifying. * 511 NEW WORLD LIFE BLDO. FIFTH AT PIKE SENECA 0644 You are cordially invited to visit-- THE DEL-TEET FURNITURE COMPANY 127 BROADWAY NORTH (between Denny 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 BRIGHTEN UP Let our Superior Sanitone Dry Cleaning show you the way to well groomed appear- ance. Estimates gladly given. SUC Morris Flschler, Representative Phone MAin 7500 Confirmation Ceremonies On Sunday To Be Social Event Confirmation Day is just around the corner and thirty-one sets of parents are in somewhat of a mild frenzy in an effort to get sons and daughters ready for the most momentous episode in the life of adolescent youth. Mother may have the task of assembling the confirmation togs, l)lan the parties, put her hand to ttm last minute reeeption details, but, both, mother and dad share the "nervous tremors" when son or daughter steps on the pulpit to deliver the confirmation day oration .... This confirmation day is eslmcially auspicious because it comes on the f'rst day of Shavuoth, Sunday, June 5. That glorious hal|day which com- memorates the handing down of the Tablets of the Laws of Moses on Mt. Sinai and also symbolizes the dedication of our children to the service of Israel. The confirmation services, conducted by Rabbi Samuel I(och of Teml)le de Hirsch, will be held Sunday morning at 10:30 Cclock at the Temple, with the community reception following at 2:30 to 4:30 ()'clock at Temple Center. Ill tile receiving line with the eonfirmands and their lmrents will I)c: Rabbi and Mrs. Koch, Mr. and Mrs. Rich.trd E. Lang and Rabbi Bernard Rosenbrg. Mrs. Mark E. Waters has charge of the decorations for the tem])le and the reception and is being assisted by Mrs. Jake Gottstein. This year's Temple de Hirsch cmdirmation class includes the follow- ing: Mayer I. Baron, tIarriet Bender, Priscilla Blumenthal, Robert A. Borish, Ilubert Butler Cohen, Rodney Cohen, Marian Gertrude Friedman, Mar- joric Jeanne Eilenberg, Morton S. Goldberg, Ethel C. Goldman, Richard K. Gottstein, Dorothy Marie llardman, Edith Marian Herman, David A. lIowe, Gaff Hurwitz, Jacqueline Jeanne Keisler. Are Jane Lohr, Poppy Lohr, Helen Marjorie Lukcv, Merriam Jeanne Michael, Bernice S. Messafer, Jeanne Me|sos, Lawrence Nieder, IIerbert Newman, James Alfred Nusbaum, Shirley H. Pineus, Kenneth John Rose, Belle Rew Sperling, Madeline Tobin, Patricia Rose Waters and Sylvia Brief, of Centralia. Parties to fete the confirmation class began last Sunday with the annual picnic at Lake Wilderness. On Saturday, Miss Jean Me|sos enter- rained with a hmcheon for the girls in her class at the Dolly Madison Tearoom. Sunday morning the confirmands were hosts at a Brunch, honoring Rabbi Koch and their teachers, Mrs. Abraham Ginsburg, Mrs. Sidney Tall, Miss Rebecca Waxman; and Mr. Samuel Goldfarb, director of 1he 'l'emi)l de liirseh choir, at the Edmond Meany. The conflrmands will gather at tim Edmond Meany for a n(i host dinner at, 7 Celoek while a grotl l) of the parents will dine ir an adjoining room which also will be no-host. The big moment comes Sunday night when the Lioneers entertain the class of 1938 at "t dancing party at Teml)le Center, thus eonehuling a day full of excitement and joy for the younger set. "You've got something therel" is not merely modern jargon, I)ut the impression of friends of Dr. and Mrs. Philipp Schonwald, on first glimps- ing their new estate near Bonnie- wood, south of the city. Their three acres of land include well-cult|wiled tlowerbeds, five lily ponds filled with yellow water iris, natural carpets of green moss, and tt most glorious wooded ravine surloim(tilJg a clear running IIrook, glistening with the reflections of sun (or moon) filtering through tall leafy trees. In keeping with the rustic surrmmdings is their log cabin with its massive firel)laee, shaggy bear rugs, and balcony en- trance, to the sleeping quarters. Above the baleony railing, and ex- tending to the ceiling is it spider-web fashione.d entirely of small logs. The Schonwalds are planning to build a swimming pool and tennis court. So far, )lavell't quite decided on a name, though "Iiungrila" is tim current choice. The Talmud Torah P. T. A. will be host at the annual "Dad's Night" in tile Tahnud Torah auditorium, on Monday evening, June 6th, at 8:30. The speaker of the evening will be Couneihnan Hugh I)e Lacy, whose subject will be "The Parents' Re- sponsibility in Civic Government." Mr. Samuel Goldfarb will direct the l,khH:ational Center Choir in several vocal numbers. Nr. Samuel Prottas will preside. Preceding the program installa- tion of officers will be held. Mrs. I,ouis l(atsman is tile retiring presi- dent. The Pioneer Workers of Palestine are making elaborate preparations for a benefit hmeheon which is to be heht on June 141h, at 1 o'eh)ck in the vestry room of Bikur (Jholum Syna- gogue. A delicious menu will be served. Added attraction will be a handsome door prize. Mrs. A. Nel- son is in charge and assisting ber is Mrs. II. Mesher. Proceeds of the hmcheon goes to Palestine. Mem- bers are urged to attend and bring their friends. $ * * * Mrs. L. B. Barrio left for a visit ill eastern centers Tuesday. Aceoml)- anying her was Mrs. J. V. L. Glun- baum who will be en route to New York for a visit with her son-in-law and d'mghter, Mr. and Mrs. David Falk. 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Mr. and Mrs. Radinsky named their belly Sara. l)oubly hapl)y maternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Silver, and sharing their joy are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Radinsky and Mr. an(1 Mrs. P. Maslan. Dr. and Mrs. Adolph Rtgler have removed from 2368 Franklin to the beautiful new home which they have I)urehased 'it 2838 43rd West, in Carl- ton l'ark. Lakes, Sound, Attract Holiday Week-End Motorists Enjoying "wide open spaces" during the Memorial ]lay week-end, despite the sudden change for cooler weather, were many Seattle|los who motored to wu'ious tleach resorts. Mrs. A. M. Goldstein took a party of friends to tim Goldstein cottage at Long Beach, Washington. The grand outing was participated in b Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Mandels, of Ta- coma; Mrs. ltarry Cohen, of Sllo- kane, mother of Mrs. Goldstein; Mrs. Morris Taylor, of Portland; the Misses Carolyn Blumenthal, Gel'- (rude Chess, Harriet Benningson, IIermine Sherman, Inez Goldstein; Messrs. Henry Cohen, Lester Keiter, Stewart Tayh)r, IIerman Bhmmn- thai, Jerome and Itoward Taylor, of Portland, and Harvey Goldstein. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Rosen and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schoenfeld were among week-end guests at Ifarrison lIot Springs. Other Seattleites noted there were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morgenstern, Mr Jake Gottstein 'tn(I Ms young son Richard, and Dr. O. E. Kahan. Mr. and Mrs. M.tx Nayberger motored to Seaside, Oregon, where they were joined by Mrs. Nayberger's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sommers, of Portland. Miss l)orothy Guthnmn also enjoyed the surf al, Seaside. She was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Ehrm.tn of Port- land. The Thee. Sehoenfelds and Mr. and Mrs. Max Sehoenfehl with their families spent the week-end at their farm, "View Park," on the Sound. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Webber (Ruby Clein), Mr. and Mrs. Abe Harwitz and their children; Mr. and Mrs. Max Altose with their family, of Belling- h.,n; Mrs. Freda Altose an(l tile Misses Esther and Lillian Clein made up a family l)arty at the sum- mer home of Mrs. Rose Clein, at Camano Island, over the week-end. Mrs. Clein is entertaining guests this weel˘, her cousin, Mrs. C. Levitt and her d'mghter, Miss Ruth Levitt, of Chicago, who are en route from Cali- fornia. Mrs. Elsa Lehm.um, Dr. Hans Leh- man, Miss Ida Aekcrmann an(1 Miss Charlotte Lyons of Los Angeles, and Mr. BernaM lI. Levinson motored to Stevens Pass and to Snoqualmie. Miss Bessie Levinson spent ttm week- end with friends at Fort Lewis. Miss Krakovsky Home Friends of Miss Ruth Krakov- sky are welcoming her home today after a year spent at Stephens Col- lege, Columbia Missouri, where she achieved dramatic triumphs un(ler the tutelage of famed Maude Adams. Miss Krakovsky will spend the smnmer with her parents Mr. and Mrs. llill Krakovsky. Tile young actress starred in it December production of "Chan- teeleer," and later ill "St. Joan," of which a critic said of her work, "Miss Krakovsky gave a hearty, well- rounded interpretation, which all- proaehed professional standards." She is a member of Thcta Alpha Ell- s|hE, national dramatic honorary, and Theta Tau Omega. Mrs. Susie Michael Friedman, prominent concert pianist, is this week in 1)ortland conducting exami- nations of piano students ill the music del)artments of all Portland high schools. Mrs. Friedman wits re- cently appointed adjudicator of the piano division by Pro'(land school (eachers, |ill honor rarely conferred on one who is not dire(.tly associated rCOX, with the teaehing l)refessiO'' in schools or colleges. Mrs. l"riedman is herself a gradu- ate of a l)ortland high school, and perhaps not even in her student day- dreams, hoped to be examining stu- CURTAINS and DRAP[RIES dents like he,'self. A personal advisory service for interior decorations. If you love individuality in ur home, consult r. Cox. Take ad- vantage of his years of study and experi- ence in Interior Decorating I A. B. COX 4743 UNIVERSITY WAY I(ENwoOD 2970 ![. SEA'I'TLE Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Silverstone of Kansas City, who were the guests of their t)rother and sister-in-law, the Jay C. Silverstones, left for the East this week. The Silverstones re- turned together from ative months' tour of South America. More Social News on Page 5 HANS HENNING Interior Decorating UPHOLSTERING 1626 BROADWAY CA. 2218 Schoenfeld Sisters Feted At Charming Pre-Nuptial Affairs Two popular bridos-elect, Miss Therese Sehoenfehl, and her sister, Miss l)orothy Sehoenfehl, who will be married at a double eremony on June 6th at the Olyml)ie Bowl, are the center of much entertaining. For their pleasure, Mrs. Maleohn Teller was hostess at a hmeheon at the OlymlfiC on Monday of the l)ast week. Mrs. Sol Levy and her daugh- . ter, Mrs. Herllert l:Ioehfcld, gave a handkerchief shower for them at the Levy home last week. A luncheon at the Edmond Meany with Miss Max- ine Doctor as hostess feted the brides-to-be on May 28th. On Monday, Mrs. l)ave Levy, Mrs. Max Lipman 'rod Miss Millie Davis will be co-hostesses at a hmeheon in the Georgian Room of the Olyml)ic for the sisters. Miss Thcrese will marry Mr. Theodore R. Ables of Porthu](I, and Miss l)orothy's fiance is Mr. Arthur Weisfield of Tacoma. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Tlmodore Sehoenfeld. Bar Mitzvah: Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Petersky announce the Bar Mitzwh of their son, Sanf(n'd, on Saturday morning, June 4th, at Temple de IIirsch. Mrs. Paul E. Pollack, of San ]@ancisco, fhe former Lorraine Gross, is tim house guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rul)e Gross for several weeks. To greet her sister, Mrs. Ben Bean of Olympia, came into town and is also a glleSt at her parents' home. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rut( ba(le them a.regretful farewell on their del)arture for San Ierancisco, where they wPl make their home. Mrs. Rutt will be missed at the Emma Lazarus Auxiliary of B'n.fi B'rith, where she was a very active memher; and the lIexzl Sisterhood of which she was treasurer for the lie.st five years. They left for the South Tuesday. Tuesday at 1:30 o'clock will be the final meetin ef the year for the tIerzl Sisterhood in the synagogue vestry room. Election of officers will be held. A tea will follow in honor of the newly elcc|ed officers. Mr. Arthur Weinstein motored to New York for a month's visit and to be at the dock when his brother, IIarold Weinstein arrived from a two- year tent of lttr(i])ean countries, having spent some time in England, France and Russia. The brothers are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. A. We|n- stein of this city. Mrs. Louis Woron left Friday for a vacation visit at Soap Lake. Tacoman To Wed Mii Frctie Haber Of Chicago Off Of At Wednesday, June 15tl By sc En route to Chicago by mot Shl)hard hehl Sunday, June 5th, will I)e Mr Mrs. Morris J. Friedman 01 coma, who will attend the we of their son, Mr. P. Byron Frie and Miss Elaine Sherrill I which (aloes lflaee at noon, Wc day, June 15th. Accompanyi ],'riedmans will lm their dau[ Miss Frances. The bride-elect is the daught Mr. and Mrs. Jesse G. Ital)er of l[yde l'/u'k B,)ulevard. Rabhi] A. Mann, of Sinai Temple wi fieiate at the serviees. The )' couple met while Mr. Friedma a student at Northern Illinois lege of Ol)tometry. He was grad( from Stadium High School i coma, attended the Universit Waslfington, and is affiliated Sigma All)ha Mu and Mu Sig I OI)tometric fraternity. Miss attended the Univel:sity of Wi sill and is a member of Alpha ] Phi sorority. Following the nuptials, the "00Phardi˘ weds will travel to ](entucley thence to Tacoma to spend the By Mrs. mer months with Mr. 1,'riedI cattle Sepha parents. They intend to make -t TUesday at home in Chic.(go where Mr. aal Center in man will eoml)lete his studies, season. '°ngratulatim ]hffore returning home, the gr rris Eskenazi l)areuts and sister will stop in d President- waukee and Fond du Lac, Wise0 ;heir son, Isl wlmre they will visit rcl.djves, ae% daughtm will c(mtime, on to New Y<)rk, ace. Jersey and Boston. on at Educ [nesday even a Was electe( ;Coda. Myer President; i Ike Solam, s d President Haleva frat )n.; Herb Epsl rs Jaffe, ko Miller, keep ne 12, Ashl) l nStallation a The dramati wish story, :eshments wi 'n Das] [i:tg "Cu, "tai, the dram.ti, rrie Jaffe is zd Won its t 6, Is there d in Ballard? Now I On the Stage I featuring the f.'unous comedy  BEN TURPIN In Person! 1)irect from HollyW0l --Screen [ Two First-Run I-Ii WAYNE MORRIS "The Kid Comes Back" & "INVISIBLE ENEMY' Alan Marshal--Tale Bire:  C onq] he Second a .d by • the Ez 0r Saturday hter, under" tlel Qold fal,j Iel0dious v 0il., the Educ ab, and of Mis allse fronl 1 :1 the auditor aUsical tre 15c TILL 5 P.M. !tin s i)htye( Doors Open 10:45 A.M. s%, pupil o ',%dirtg a hum 'ardic Taln P0Sed of ch r8 of age. ADDN 00OCIAI Continued fl re. Rosa W$ "eted to arri' the confinr Mdaughter, aghter of Mr. ,ters. Mrs W .ivi . 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