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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE JUNE 23, 1933 Social and Personal Events of the Week SARA MICHELSON Social Editor Olympic Country Club Setting For Jewish Jr. League Informal "Dancing to divine music :in the lantern-lit ball room" of the Olympic Golf and Country Club is the alluring prointse the Jewish Junior League have on their program for their Summer Informal Dance, which is to be held on Saturday night, June 24. The spacious dance hall, sur- rounded by French windows, allow- ing the mellow beams of moonlight to filter into the room, should add much charm as it fuses with the soft strains of the waltz music. Aes- thetes, who love to dance under the stars, may dance their fair partners onto the veranda overlooking the lake, which is equipped for dancing. A modern bar, refreshments, will add to the colorful evening. Music for the affair will be supplied by Jack Brooman and his "Wanderers," re- cently with the Roxy Theatre. An orchestra "which makes one dance as lightly as elves," according to the dance chairman, Bill Prottas. Dancing begins at 9:30 and will continue until 2 a. m., with a drive from the club house at 20 N. W. and West 90 Street home at dawn. For Mrs. Leo Schwabacher before her departure for the East, Mrs. Nathan Eckstein and Mrs. Bernard Lindenberger arranged an informal picnic supper Sunday at "Elbermore" on tile Sound. Tables were spread on the beach. MRS. JOSEPH J. SEGAL is leav- ing June 26 for Boston, where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ginsburg, for the summer months. Dr. Segal will meet his wife in Chicago in September when they will visit the World Fair. A FISHING PARTY On the Lang yacht the past week-end, were Mr. Richard Lang and his guests, Mr. and Mrs. L. Kenneth Schoenfeld, and Mrs. Elmer Steinhauser. MR. AND MRS. Irving Buxbaum, with their two small sons, left for Wenatchee Sunday, where they have taken a house for the summer. VISITING HERE FROM Pied- mont is Miss Barbara Kirske. She is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. David Aekerman at the Camlin. For her pleasure Miss Lois Schermer enter- tained with a luncheon at her home on Wednesday. Another honor guest was Miss Barbara Mayer of Portland. SCHOOL SET ARRIVALS For summer vacation: Mary Louise Stern, a student at Wellesley College arrived Saturday. Bud Barnett and Paul Friedlander are home from Stanford. Jack Friedlander, who was visiting in the South, motored honm with them. En route they visited Reno, Yellowstone and Glacier Park. MR. AND MRS. Theodore Falk of Boise, with their little daughter Anne, were to arrive by motor today for a visit with :Mrs. Falk's mother, Mrs. Flora Rosenberg. Mr. Falk will return after a brief visit. Hb wife and daughter will spend the summer here. Mrs. Samuel Levinson (Ethel Kess- ler) of Los Angeles, is visiting her father, Mr. Herman Kessler, and brother, Mr. Low Kessler, for a month. Mr. and Mrs. I. Ashcanase, with their family, are leaving for Spokane where they will make their" home. Their son Harry left for Salem, Oregon, last week. MR. AND MRS. MARK Waters have as their house guest their mother, Mrs. L. Lenchner, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Lewis of San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Kalman L. Loeb of Los. Angeles, with their children, are arriving in town Monday for a visit with Mrs. Loeb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rogers. Mrs. S. Sulman returned from a motor trip to Vancouver, B. C., Bellingham and Yakima, where she visited her daughter, Mrs. S. Shapiro. The Misses Ceeelia and Bessie Wegodsky entertained with a lun- cheon shower at the Bergonian Hotel Sunday in honor of their sister, Gertrude, whose engagement to Mr. Lewis Kahn was recently announced. Miss Wegodsky will be an August bride. Mrs. Helen Silver of Los Angeles, who was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bridge, left for San Francisco Tuesday. She will be met there by her husband and return South with him. Mrs. David Topelowitz with her son, William, spent the week in Chehalis, as the guests of her daugh- ters, Mrs. David Cohen and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz, and her son, Kenneth Jerome. MR. JERRY WOLFE Entertained twenty friends at his apartment at the Bergonian on Saturday evening. Summer Colonies Are Gay As Country Homes Open OUT ON THE SHORES of the Sound and Lake Washington, many changes are taking place these warm days. The blue waves which washe(1 the sands of silent deserted beaches--where swallows desported themselves possessively, has been invaded by a little army of tyrants. Youngsters fresh from school-rooms, already sun-tanned, are shouting gleefully as the cool waters roll over their lithe little bodies and chubby legs. Their joyous shouts blending into a summer symphony of cosmic rhythm. AMONG BEACH DWELLERS who have already moved for the sum- mer months, are the Roy Rosenthals and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Kant on Vashon Island. The Philip Schonwald family have also taken possession of their home on the Island. Mr. and Mrs. A. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Klein- berg and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grostein are summering on the shores of Lake Washington. THE THREE TREE POINT colonists who are making ready to move the end of the month are Mr. and Mrs. Julius Shafer, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Blumenthal, the Myer Newbergers, the J. R. Hillers and Miss Pearl Roth- enstein. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tipp have taken a house on the Sound for July and August. Mrs. Dora Sanford, with her f.mily, are moving to the beach on June 28. They have taken a place at 6001 Orleans. CHICAGO BOUND: Joining the exodus of visitors who are Chicago bound to view the Century of Prog- ress Exposition are Mrs. Leo Schwa- bacher and Miss Bertha Schwabacher. They left Tuesday evening and will be away a month. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levitt and their daughter Hermine departed for the East Thursday en route to the Fair. Mrs. Esther Levy, with her grandson, Edward Nusbaum, are leaving for Chicago next week. Mrs. L. B. Barde with her young son Donald is planning a visit to the Fairearly in July. IRVINE ROBBINS, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Robbins, will also be among Seattle enthusiasts at the exposition. He left Saturday by way of the Canadian Pacific. After a short visit in Winnipeg (his birth- place) with his uncle, Mr. J. Maza, Irvine will turn Eastward. He will spend the summer in Chicago where 'tie will visit with his uncle and MR. AND MRS. Morris Pearl have removed to their summer place, "Sea View," at Widby Island. Their daughter, Miss Margarete Pearl, is with them for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolfe, with their family will join them for the month of July. MR. AND MRS. Signmnd Lewis and daughter Mina, have removed to their summer place at Three Tree Point. Richard De Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay De Roy of Berkeley, is here to spend the summer with his grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Rosenberg. The Rosenbergs re- turned last week from an extended trip and have removed to "Rose- mont," their summer home across Lake Washington. Bridal Party Chosen Miss Shirley Pass, whose marriage aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robbins. to Mr. William Oppenheimer will take place Sunday evening at the Wedding Date Set Seattle Yacht Club, will have her sister, Miss Jean Pass as her maid of August 12 will be an eventful day honor, and her bridesmaids will be for Miss Mimi Lees and Mr. Barman the Misses Marion Meyers, Sonia Sehoenfeld Jr.--the day Miss Lees Waehtin, Lydia Pearl and Ethel has chosen as her marriage date. Kaphm. Saul Zwang is to be best The wedding will take plate at the man and the ushers will be Messrs. Marcus J. Lees home on 40 North bordering Lake Washington. Since the betrothal announcement Miss Lees and her fiance have been the center of a round of entertain- ment. One of the loveliest parties for them was the dinner Miss Bee Falk, aunt of Mr. Schoenfeld, gave on Thursday evening of last week at the Camlin Hotel. Fourteen guests gathered around the elaborately set table which looked delightfully brid- ish with its masses of white sweet peas. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Barde were hosts very inform- ally at dinner at their home. Their guests were members of the Lees and Sehoenfeld families. On Tues- day the Sigma Theta Pi Sorority gave a hosiery shower for the bride- elect at the home of Miss Dorothy Ostrow. AT GLENDALE: The monthly luncheons at Glendale Country Club is set for Tuesday, June 27. Golf competition will begin at 10 o'clock and luncheon will be served at 12:30, according to Mrs. Clifford Winkler, who is acting in the capacity of chairman during the absence of Miss Bertha Schwabacher. Bridge and golf will occupy the afternoon hours. Mrs. Max Block is golf captain. Harry Pass, Sam Berth, Robert Levy and Sam Meyers. The little flower girl will be Lorraine Meyers and the ring bearer, Barole Pass. Miss Pass has been a very popular bride-elect. Parties for her given recently includes the shower Miss Marion Meyers gave and a lovely tea at which Miss Lydia Pearl was hos- tess. Other friends entertaining Miss Pass and her fiance were Mr. and Mrs. S. Chernick, Mr. and Mrs. M. Robbins, Mrs. A. Meyers and Mrs. L. Kraeower entertained jointly for the couple on June 15, and on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. E. Glazer gave a buffet supper for them. Mrs. J. J. Korin, Mrs. J. Pruzan and Mrs. L. Siegel were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower and luncheon. Another luncheon hostess was Mrs. W. Ross. BETROTHAL: News of the be- trothal of Miss Sophie H. Neft daughter of Mrs. D. Neft of Oakland California, to Mr. Harold Robert Lewis of Berkeley, was received this week. Miss Neft is a former Seattle- ite. She is the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Neft of this city. WILSONIAN APT. HOTEL Bessie Sather, Manager ,-o---,,,-,, sonian I SILK HAT I D xn,ng Room l : ,-'-v o Iv,, way l -- .,' ATH,.,w.o - Now Serving __, .50 / Droner Soup, salad, choice of entrees and desserts A/so 35" Luncheon We make your parties a success ... luncheons, teas, dinners, banquets, Accommodations for Six to ,',*.'U_ kb elm ....nff    , " PHONE VErmont SlO0 "" T.o" O " BOUCHARD-LARSON CO. Established 1915 DESIGNERS AND MAKERS. OF Fine Furniture 8400 STONE WAY Complete Drapery Department Upholstering . . Refinishing Estimates Gladly Given "The Finer Things are always Handmade" MElrose 0750 I GRADUATE ] --Photo by Suttell Miss Miriam Diane Bernstein daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Bernstein, was graduated from St. Nicholas School June 17. Miss Bernstein entertained her gradu- ating class with a dinner at the Arctic Club on Wednesday eve- ning. Josephine Lescher daughter of Xfr and Mrs. E. F. Lescher, was graduated from the Helen Busch School last week. BETROTHALS Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cohn an- nounce the betrothal of their daugh- ter Ruth to Mr. Norman J. Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schneider of Spokane. The wedding will be an event of next snmmcr. Mrs. Bertha Kraft announces the eng'tgement of her daughter Jean- nette, to Mr. Alexander Shafran of this city. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. Louis Marks, prominent club woman, president of the Women's Century Clul), was among the dele- gates to the Conference of the Wash- ington State Federation of Women's Clubs held in Spokane during the week. Mrs. Marks spoke before the group on "Why talk to women on insurance." She is state chairman on "Insurance" for the Washington State unit. MRS. A. M. GOLDSTEIN, dele- gate to the Federation of Temple Sisterhoods which convenes at the Stevens Hotel in Chicago on June 18, left for the East as representative of the Temple De Hirsch Auxiliary ion June 15. Mrs. Goldstein will :stay in Chicago until July 3, and attend "Jewish Day" at the Century of Progress Exposition. She will later go to New York for a visit and return West early in August. MR. AND MRS. Archie Kaufman had twenty guests for cards and buffet supper at their home on Wed- nesday evening. MR. AND MRS. HAROLD WEIN- STEIN of New York and Seattle motored West, arriving in town Mon- day. They will be summer guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wein- stein. Mr. Weinstein teaches at Columbia. JOINS "MERRY WIDOW" CHORUS: Friends of Miss Izetta Sanford will enjoy a feeling of horni- ness when they see Izetta gavorting on the stage Of the Metropolitan during the current production of the "Merry Widow." Mrs. Harry Wienir arrived home last Friday from a three months' visit in Southern California. Calendar rot later dates, call Ms. W'allace Elkan, Chairman Pr. 2121  East 2813 nETINGS ,Tune 26--Sephardic Bikur Cholinl, 2 P.m. ffune 26--Daughters of Israel, 8 p.m. ffune26---Ezra Beeearoth ]a. r, 1:30 p.m. 3"u.ne 2"/'--Ezzz.zna Lazarus A'tr,r., 8 p.n tune 27  -ducational Center Board Meeting, 10:15 p.m. June 28--Ladies' Free Loan Society, 2 p.m. tune 28--Seattle Chapter a.Z.A., 8 p.m. June 28---Jewish Junior League Out- door Meeting, 8:30 lm. June 28--Ladies' Branch orknlen's Circle, 8 p.m. SOCIAL EVENTS ffune 25---Wrerzl Picnic, Fortuna Park. June 28---Ladies' Free Loan Twenti- eth Anniversary Luncheon, Bikur Cholum Vestry loom. July 8---:'Talmud Torah I".T.A. Moon- light Excursion. July 16---B'nai B'rith Picnic, ]ortuna ark. July 18[erzl Sisterhood Luncheon, ome of Mrs. Barney Lusttg. Prominent Attorney Wed At Impressive Ceremony Sunday At an impressive ceremony at the home of Rabbi Philip A. Langh, Miss Auriza Janssen and Mr. Albert H. Solomon were united in marriage on Sunday, June 18, with Rabbi Langh reading the services. The bride was very beautifully gowned in white lace with a shower of gardenias. She carried a prayer book. Miss Sally Wolfe was her only attendant and Dr. David Wienir was best man. Following the ceremony which was attended by the immediate families and a few intimate friends, a wedding dinner was served at the home of the groom's mother, Mrs. E. Solomon. The couple left on a brief honey- moon to Canada, and on their return will reside here. Mr. Soh)mon, who s a prominent Seattle attorney, was graduated from the University of Washington and studied law at Columbia. Reservation For Free Loan Luncheon Mount A club affair attracting the atten- tion of Seattle Society is the luncheon the Free Loan Sociei;y is sponsoring in celebration of the twentieth an- niversary of its inception. Among prominent women who have already made reservations are Mes- dames A. Dinkelspiel, Elkan Mor- genstern, Nathan Eckstein, Samuel Koch, Emile Marx, Isaac A. Lurie, B. Lindenberger, H. Schneider, Otto Guthman, Stanley Blumenth'd, A. Lou Cohen, Harold Offer, Robert Shapiro, B. Rose, B. Shapiro, A. Krom, A. M. Brick, Emile Wein- helm, Thornton Goldsby, H. Block, Walter Metzenbaum, A. Solomon, J. Kracowm, S. Schwartz, Charles Dzebin, A. Rind, Jonas Levin, S. Horowitz and Miss May Goldsmith. The luncheon which also honors ten great-grandmothers of the or- ganization, will be held in the vestry room of the Bikur Cholum Syna- gogue at 12:30 Wednesday, June 28. WITH TRAVELERS: Miss Dor- othy Stamm was among passengers on the Santa Rosa bound for a three weeks' visit to Los Angeles. Miss Betty Wienir arrived on the Ruth l Alexander Monday from a fortnight in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Another Southern traveler was Miss Betty Cohen who sailed on the H. F. for San Francisco to visit her sister, I Miss Fay Cohen. PAUL PIC Was among graduates at Stanford University this year. Henry Pickard, Patti's father, went South for the graduation exercises. I UPHOLSTERING II I REFINISHING II [SAM KLASSEL II I ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN ill I II g 00lub4oo Seattle Girl United To Pordander At Lovely Ceremony A floral background of yellow and green in the soft candle glow, treated a beautiful setting for the marriage ceremony of'Miss Hannah Romaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Romaine of Seattle, to Mr. Henry Leboff, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Leboff of Portland. The wedding was held at the Multnomah Hotel in Portland on Sunday, June 11, with Rabbi A. Rosenkrantz officiating. The bride made a charming picture as she entered on the arm of her father. Her wedding gown was white chiffon and satin; her veil of chiffon arranged in coronet style. She tarried " prayer book, orchids and orange blossoms. Miss Sylvia Le Bow, her only ,lttendant, was gowned in green embroidered organdy and her bouquet was of talisman roses centered with tea roses. Mr. Robert Levoff was the groomsman. The bride's mother wore pink lace and Mrs. Levoff was in blu chiffon. At the reception in the Spanish Room, the Misses Miriam Levoff, Jean Pass, Ida Fink and Cecelia Airshfield assisted. For traveling, Mrs. Levoff wore a white ensemble with cor0ge of gardenias. After their wedding trip the Levoff's will reside in Portland. IFLAND-KESSLER Miss Nina Ifland has asked her sister, Mrs. Robert Merport, to be her matron of honor at her wedding to Mr. ,lack Kessler on July 2 at the Yacht Club. The maids wiI1 be the Misses Lorraine Gross, Mrs. C. AI- hadeff, Mrs. M. Wolfin and Miss Scma Rose. Morton Pinch is to be best man and the ushers are Charles Alhadeff, Boris Merport, David Pearl and tIarrv Blatt. Entertining the bridal pair this week were Mr. and Mrs. David tIersh with a dinner at their home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wain- stein were dinner hosts on Tuesday evening for them. CLASSIFIED MOTHER WHO IS WORKING DE- sires home for herself and 2 children, boy, 8 and girl, 9, with refined childless family near school. Communicate Box 79-A, Jewish Transcript. NATURE'S Health Giving WATERS at world famous Harrison Hot Springs The meeting place of hundo reds who come yearly to get the fullest enjoyment from Seattle's Smartest Meeting Place Presents for your on- tertainment -- Dancing every night till 1:30 to the Club 400 Band. Beer their vacations. and Wine the best ob Indoor S -- - wlmmlng Pool-- tainable; Dutch Lunch Boating, Water Sports, Golf. ...... 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