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Page Two (:be 300PiSh Cranscr|pt "The 00ome 00ewspaper o, Paci00c , Northwest Je.ry." June 11, 1926 Investor - or Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plechner en- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winters enter- Speculator The purchase or 99-year ground lease of a ROSEN- BAUM property, bears the stampXof our scrutiny, an- alysis and purchase With our own funds, and carries with it the conviction of safety and assured accretion in value. Every ROSENBAUM proper- ty is the seed of a future estate of proportions. Office of L. No ROSENBAUM Owners, Operators and Developers of Seattle Business Properties 205 Railway Exchange Bldg. Vera Child INTERIOR DECORATOR CAN CREATE FOR YOU Attractive and Individual Homes. CONSULTATION INVITED. ELliott 6588 2209 White Bldg. tertained a number of friends last Saturday at the Glendale Golf and Country Club, in honor of their wed- ding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Shafer and family removed last week to their summer home at Three Tree Point. Mrs. S. Cohn of Spokane, arrived in town last Tuesday and is a house guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Goldstein. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Spring and family removed last week to their country home at Three Tree Point. Mr. and Mrs. A. Potlack are re- ceiving congratulations upon the birth of a son on Tuesday, June 1st at the Providence Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cohn (Nettle Gerber) are receiving congratulatiom upon the birth of a daughter last Sunday at the Providence Hospital. Miss Sadie Aaron spent last week end at Auburn, visiting relatives. The Rhotong Fraternity is enter- taining with a yachting party on Sunday, June 13th, for the fraternity members only. The committee in charge includes Mr. Lewis Cohn, Mr. James Backer, Mr. Jule Arnstein, and Mr. Harry Neer, chairman. Remember the Temple Book Shop. Gifts for all occasions. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Goldsby and son, Marlow, left last Monday on a week's motor trip to Oregon. Mr. Leonard K. Brin left Wednes- day on a month's business trip to New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Saul returned last week after a two months' absence from the city. Mrs. Saul was visiting her parents in Spokane while Mr. Saul was in the East on a business trip. Mr. A1 Wichman arrived in town last week from Spokane and will re- side here permanently. Mrs. Wich- man (Therese Coblentz) will join him in the Fall. tained a number of friends at their home last Sunday evening. Mr. Max Schoenfeld will return Saturday from a two weeks' business trip to Montana. Mr. and Mrs M. Marks of Kirkland and their son, Arnold, left last week by motor on a trip to California. relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Levitt She is also a cousin of Mrs. Sol Prottas, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levitt, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levitt. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Seattle Talmud Torah will have their sewing on Tuesday, June 15th, at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Heimonson, 1919 Miss Anna Guterson left last Tues- Jackson, near Twentieth Avenuc. day on the H. F. Alexander on a two months' trin tn ,, ],.,0; ..... a J Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sflverstone have Los Angeles where-sh*e-w'iil's'i't] recet returned to this city after Crl,nd  .1o; ....  spen " g six months visiting in ..................... ____" ] Eastern cities. Mr. Chas. Blumenfeld has returned Honmin theirm i .... recently from a business trip through] _. -,-_" g ;." dUrra, sner t,a.; 7 ff n and Cbo,nn p(u, zvxr an(l :VtlS d ernoaum Wlll Wahmto ....... ....... - . . - - oe nests at a dancing party given at Mr. Joe Lowenstein returned last the Yacht Club Thursday evening, June 17th. Invitations ";ere issued Wednesday from a short business trip to Astoria, Oregon. Mrs. Belle Roth and Mrs. George Abrams and her small daughter, Dorothy Jean, are spending two weeks with relatives at Coupeville on Whidby Island. Mr. Joe Himelhoch is leaving Sat- urday on a three week's trip to San Francisco and Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Burnett enter- tained with a dancing party at the Olympic Hotel on Wednesday eve- ning, June 2nd, in honor of their twentieth wedding anniversary. A midnight supper was served to 150 guests. Mrs. I. J. Lewis entertained with a bridge luncheon at her home on Friday. Miss Elizabeth Meyer of Portland, Oregon, spent a few days in town this week visiting friends at the Univer- sity of Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pickard of Coupeville, spent a few days in the city last week. The Misses Sadie and SoMa Meyer entertained last Sunday with a dane- ing party at their home. Mrs. Chas. Meltzer entertained Wednesday with a bridge luncheon at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Marcus motored Mrs. S. M. Michelson is spending a [ few weeks in Lynden with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. / Sol Lewis. .__  [] Mrs. GeorgeTaggerman(IdaVit- Grunboum Bros. tenberg) and small daughter of Los Angeles, are spending some time in the city visiting relatives. Miss Esther Zeichik, daughter of ]IH[/U]I 7 Rabbi N. H. Zeichik of De Sixth Avenue, Between Pike and Pine Iowa, is visiting at the home of her h t H|Hm|(H[ TAKE HOME Dk/hmm COFFEE CAKE to Portland for a__few days this week SOME OF iili i  andRYE BREAD Miss Rose Pastm'nak of Portland, i Oregon, arrived in town Monday Also--When Hungry Think-- of-- evening and is a house guest of Miss Gertrude Harrin. BODTgS CFE Miss Ruth Cohen !eft last Tuesdav 1414 FINGER ROLLS FOR PICNICS on the H. F. Alexander on a trip to TH[ RD AVE. COFFEE CAKES San Francisco. OPPOSITE METROPOLITAN THEATRE sto00p00 We design and create for you, gowns, coats and millinery of in- dividuality and good taste. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brin enter- tained forty friends and relatives at their home last Saturday evening. Mr Julian Bamberger of Salt Lake City, spent several days in town recently and was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Hahlo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levinson of Portland, Oregon, arrived in town last Monday and are guests at the new Washington Hotel for a few days. n [ttractive hop Filled with those Unusual Things direct from out of the way places of Old Japan and China BAKER'S AT FIFTH AVE. At the Sign of the Heathen Do to eighteen couples. Mr. Louis Block of San Francisco, was a visitor for a few clays. Mr. and Mrs. Edlin of San Fran- cisco, are the house guests of their daughter, Mrs. J. M. Stone. Mrs. H. Bards entertained inform- ally at her home in honor of her brother, Mr. Julian Bambcrger of Salt Lake City. Mrs. Freda Houston, honoring Mrs. Sam Hart of Portland, and Faye Schloss, a bride-to-be, entertained with two tables of Mah Jongg at her home on Monday, June 7th, 1926. Honoring her aunt, Mrs. I{ose Gib- stein of St. Louis, and her cousin, Mrs. A. J. Faber of Los Angeles, Mrs. Robert L. Kahn entertained sixteen guests at Blanc's for luncheon. Mrs. Max Cohen has moved from the Oxford Crest Apts. to her new home, 718 28th Avenue. Mrs. Ben Marcus entertained the immediate members of the family honoring Miss Faye Schloss, whose wedding is a coming event. Celebrating her daughter June Harriett's fourth birtheay, Mrs. J Pincus entertained ten boys and gMs on Saturday, June 5th. OlAF Anniversary Sale means decided savings to you All departments offer you unexcelled values in high grade homefurnishings. You are urged to come in and see for yourself the numerous opportunities to save. The Price Tags Tell the Story. 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THIRD FLOOR YALE BLDG (Opp site Po . PHONE MAIN 2394 Mr. Hsrbert Goldsmith of Portland, was a recent visitor and a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stone. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Rosenbaum have moved to their summer home. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernbaum enter- tained ten boys and girls in honor of 2eir daughter, Phylis June's fmu'th irthday on Monday, June 7, 1926. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Myers motored to Yakima for the week end. L Honoring her sister, Mrs. Sam ochs of Washington, D. C., a resent bride, Mrs. Saul Gordon entertained with a luncheon at Frederick & Nelson's. Covers were laid for eight. After luncheon the guests enjoved the show at the "President" Theatre. Miss Sara Feldman entertained twenty girls with a beach party at her home at Juanita Beach on Sun- day, June 6th, 1926. Over 10% Net The best business block in Montlake. Takes $10,000 cash to handle. CALL MR. ROTH Shirreff, Chafin & Smith, Inc. Phone KEnwood 5700 7505 BETHEL WAY In honor of Mrs. I. Silver (Helen Bridge) of Los Angeles, Mrs. Sam Sherman entertained with a luncheon Tuesday, June 8th. Mr. and Mrs. I. Elroff have moved to their new apartment, 1640 18th Avenue. |sm|me|e||, __-= ELKrr x58n EAsT 5538 == Hota IO: TO $: AND BY APPOINTMEIMT HARRY S. TARICA | 1 Doctor of Chiropractic FACnLTY MIE SEATff COU.EG oF CHmOPP.ACC Surl o2 BtGEIOW BLI.. SEATTLE i n|||` Dorothtl Siegel Becomes Bride Marion OWrL5 Suits Hats Wraps Prince DESIGNER 1408 Fifth Avenue MAin 9680 SEATTLE You need not apologize to your guests when serving Mrs. Marlatt" s Bakery Products ..... _  .- Mrs. Frank Berg entertained with _2_, Jl" a bridge hmcheon at her home last  Monday afternoon in honor of Mrs. N] [N Harris Lewis, who recently returned IN[ .. . N [from an extended Eastern trip and N] 1.1,,,,2 ..... L__ ][llfor Mrs Falk, who will leave Wednes- N[ .eaaquarters [Jiday for'California. Four tables were For " 00pllnp! ay -- liNI 117.. ..... .! IIH. Miss Helen Bergman entertained NI rverymmg IN/,o00ormally at her home on Tuesday NI INI evening June 8th, honoring Miss N[ T ]N[ Nettle Gross, whose engagement was INI u lil recently announced. Two tables of I . ]]] [ bridge were in play. Rent.. 00ent-- Friends will be glad to hear of the convaleshence of Mrs. S. Angell at her home after an operation. M00s. MARLATT'S HOME BAKERY Melrose 2 Shops: 6519 10th Ave N.E. 6 6 4 0 4321 University 'ay Mr. and Mrs. S. Klasdell announce engagement of their daughter to Mr. Roy Solisky of Tacoma, Mrs. Griff was hostess at a luncheon gg at her home, honoring irs. S Nieman (Helen Cluck) of Ohio. Covers were laid guests. The Sponcinko Group of Camp Fire Girls gave a birthday entertainment at the King County Poor Farm, Fri- day, June 4th, 1926. They are plan- ning an over night hike to fhree Tree Point the following wcck. To be present at the graduation exercises of her mece, Jessie Mosler, Mrs. Sam Mosler ]elt for Portland on Wednesday, June 9th, for a week end stay. Honoring Miss Helena Esfeld who Sunday evening, June 6th, was is to be married soon, Miss Sadie olemnized the wedding of Miss Miller and Miss Helen Kosokoff en- Dorothy Siegel, daughter of Mr. and tertained with luncheon for sixteen Mrs. Max Siegel, and Mr. Hyman Funk, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Funk, at the Picadilly Tea Room last Sun- in the Temple Center, Rabbi Simon day afternoon. I Winograd officiating, in the presence , of a large gathering Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sender] Th "'" " ; .... e wetting march zrom onen rm announce the engagement of thmr si .... g" " -" r Belle to Mr Jo--,, v I gnaned the entrance of the bmdal oaugnte , .... v- ,. art Kosokoff. Both Miss Sender and Mr I p y. The bride was radinin_ - " gown of white crepe with a anel at Kosokoff are remdents of thin mty th " P __ " e ront of Chantllle lace embroid- ,  ' ---, ....... [ered in silver and pearls Her veil Ins dewlsn JIIIL)II2111 nleI lasl; lues- I f - ,, .  . - . ' o tulle was oounu at tne head with a day, June 8th, at the home of Mrs. SaLfl, 758 31st Avenue. About forty young men and women were present. A very pleasant surprise party was tendered Mrs. W. H. Rinkin by sis- ters and friends, the occasion being her second anniversary. Luncheon was served at one o'clock wreath of orange blossoms and her bouquet of Ophelia roses and valley lilies showered with white sweet peas. Thc maid of honor, Miss Jessie Funk, wore green georgette combined with cream lace, in bouffant effect. Her headdress was of strands of pearls caught together on each side with silver flowers. She carried an Miss Helen Bornstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Bornstein of this city, graduated last Friday from the Dramatic Department of the Cornish School. Miss Bornstein received a teacher's certificate entitling her to teach Dramatics. Miss Bornstein while at the School, was one of the outstanding students in this depart- ment and bids fair to become a lead- ing dramatic teacher. and the afternoon was enjoyed by playing bridge and whist. - arm bouquet of deep pink roses, sweet peas and maidenhair fern. Mrs.'Rinkin was presented with a The four bridesmaids, Miss Frieda beautiful mirror and bridge lamp Sic-el Miss " "" __ "  , dean vtyers, Miss Rosa- " Mrs Frank 'i " ' , lind Newman and Miss'Fave Schloss Dr. and vi chasm ot were -owned i " ' - - " g n pasel snaues OI Port Angeles left by auto Saturda ..... . .,_, ..... .:_ :_  ,. . . georgette and carried botmuets of ior a month u vcauun m antornla ...... , . -  ano swee nea T,;I M; -- I Shirley Deutseh in peach-crepe'and HELEN BORNSTEIN ' Sadie Sic I gel in peach affeta were the GRADUATED FRIDAY/f lower girls, and Gordon Sadick the [ ringbcarer. The bride was met at the altar by the groom and his best man, Mr. Louis Block. The ushers were Mr. Robert Sadick, Mr. Morris Sadick, Mr. Charles Rosenberg and Mr. William Schneider. A dinner and dancing followed. Later Mr. and Mrs. Funk departed for a short wedding trip, after which they will be at home in the Quincy Apartments. \