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Page Six Ch Jlsb Cra,scrlpl ,h. Hom. Aug. 5, 1924 Au Bellingham Mr. anti Mrs. lienry Thai, and Mrs. A. Millston of Seattle were the guests of Mrs. 11. Thai for the week end, Mrs. Sarah l(aplan of Seattle is the gues( of her daughters, Mrs. N. Jaffe and Mrs. I 1. Brenner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Sugarman and fanfily left last Wednesday for their honm in Los Angeles. They were accompanied by the Misses Libby Leavi(t ;rod Sirrah Sehuman. Mr. and Mrs. S. Griffis and sons, Robert and Alex, are at their sum- mer home on 8an Juan lshmd for the sunlnler. I CLASSIFIED WANTEI)--A nmn to eonduet ser- vices for the coming tIolidays in Hebrew and English and to be able to deliver a sermon when required. Apply to Congregation Emanu El, Victoria, B. C., and st&apos;tte what salary ! wanted. Phone MA in 8586 Established 1874 Puget Sound Marble & Granite Co. 2000-2006 First Avenue at Virginia St. MEMORIALS Seattle, Wash. A. B. Beem ELiot 3225 IF S1l on Timt--lf it'sSIGNSwe make 'era BEEM ELECTRIC SIGN CO. MANUFACTUIIEnS OF ELECTRIC and COMMERCIAL SIGNS 2131-33 Western Avenue SEATTLE Phone Wc Mamffacture BEacon 0641 Window Shades R. K. JOHN Upholsterer Overstuffed Parlor Furniture 2713-2718 Jackson St. Seattle, Wash. NEWS OF NORTHWESTERN COMMUNITIES Vancouver All items for insertion in this cohlmn should be submitted to the Vaneonvor Correspondent of The Jewish Transcript, Mrs. Belie Blaekson, 1075 lIarwood Street, by Wednesday noon for publication in the issue of the wtmk. Mrs. M. H. lIertzog w;ts hostess 'tt a I)ri(lg( tea 'tt her honm Wednesday aftcrm)on, coml)limenting Mrs. 1). 8tram(ms and Mrs. S. Simmons, 1)oth of Winnipeg, Mrs. B. Meyers of Se- attle, aml Mrs. Eehd<e of l)orthmd. Mrs. B. Krasnoff announces the engagement of her daugllter, Lcah, to Mr. Israel Cherekow, son of Mrs. B. Chercl<ow of Winnipeg. Mrs. J. ]). (h)hlberg of Minot, Norlh ])'kota, is tim guest of her mother, Mrs. 8ereth of Ilolly Lodge. Mrs. M. Phmt hits returned home from an extended trip east. Mrs. Burners, the Misses Isat)elle 'rod Elsa Sumers, and Master Ed- w.trd Burners of Montreal are visit- ors in the city. Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldbh)om have removed to their new home on 8h,mghnessy lIeights. Mrs. Heahntm 'rod Mrs. Margolis were hostesses at a delightful I)ridgt and Mall Jongg complimenting Mrs. Hoffman, whose marriage to Mr. J. Moss of 8tin Francisco will tttke iflace in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. M. B%rish and Mr. tmd Mrs. A. Barish of Seattle were the guests of Mrs. Anna Kahn last week. Mrs. L. A. Rostein entertained a numher of her friends at a bridge and M'th Jongg, complimenting Mrs. Iserlis of San Francisco, who is her guest for a few days. Twelve tallies were at play. MAGNUS NELSON Automobile Paintinp, We make the painting of commercial cars a specialty 1005 East Union St. SEATTLE Mr. and Mrs. It. Lang of Portland were guests in the city for several days. The marriage of Miss Milmie Mol- dowan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Moldowan, to Mr. Samuel Godfrey of Toronto, was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Chess, Ral)l)i Postinsky officiating. Miss Ew Moldowan, sister of tim bride, attended lmr as maid of honor, and s,n,s,st.s..,.n,sssss,,,.,.,..s,,asss.,m,,.,,,.sn.,,.s.,,,,,, Mr. Joe Paul was best man. Folh)w- __= ing the wedding reception, Mr. and =-- dOE NGLR Mrs. Godfrey left for Victoria, where = --SPECIALIZING IN-- ,bey will spend their honeymoon. __=- == High Grade Six Cylinder Upon their return, they will make --- Automotive Repairing their home in Seattle. --ffi- 1Oth & East Union Phone EAst 0814 llllnllllnlllnllilllnlnlllllllnllllnSSllllllnllnSnlllllllllnlnlllllllllnlel DAHLIA LAND GARDENS 2416 Boyer Avenue CA pital 3297 Cu( Flowers--Bulbs--Wedding and Party Decorations PLANTATION "SPECIAL" CHICKEN DINNER $1.50 PER PLATE served from 12 N()on to 8 P. M. at the PLANTATION 3 miles north of (itv Limits on the new Bethel Highwav. Dancing 7:30 P. M. to I A. M. Private Dining Rooms. Bridge. and Mah .hmgg Parties twen special attention. KEnwood 2002 BUSINESS FIRMS ADVEI,2"I'ISIN G IN [be ,00,wisb Ira.scrip! Invite Your I=riendship slid Poiron- ego--they give Volue, Ceurlosy and Service. Madison Street Fuel Yard Olonn w. Orangor, Proprtotor Phones: Office, EAst 1274, EAst 1924 Res., EAst 1416 Office and Yard Cor. 21st Ave. and E. Olive SEATTLE Spokane All items for insertion in this column shnuM be submitted to the Spokanc Corrcspondcnt of The Jewish Transcript, Dr. Wilfred Copeland, 504 Main Avenne, Phons Main 1560, by Wednes- day noon for l)ublication in the issue o the week. F,)r (he benefit of the Teml)le Enmnu-l!;l, a vaudeville show .rod (hmce will 1)e hehl at the (ommunity Center, Thursday, Stroller 23. A lneel.ing hehl at the home of Dr. Wilfred Copehmd Monday evening, July 2S, to diseuss l)hms for the affair w'ts attended by represent.t- lives from the folh)wing organiz,t- tions: B'nai B'rith Lodge, Ida Bhun S(rnuss Auxiliary, Bihm Clut), (',ram- nil of Jewish Women and the Sister- hood of the 'l'eml)h Enumu-El. Mr. and Mrs. Leo l)orenl)erg and daughter Vivian, formerly of Spok- ane, hut who are now m'ddng their home in Los Angeles, are in the city for a short stay. Before returning to their htmm, they will visit Yelh)w- stone National 1)ark. They will be aceoml)anied on this trip by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Katz. Mrs. Nat Keresof recently return- ed from a visit to 1)ortland, where she was the guesL of her sister, Mrs. Wexler. Mr. 'tnd Mrs. Mycr Levitch (Rose Markowitz) have just returned from their wedding trip. They will I)e at home to their friends at 1026 241h Avenue al)out tile end uf this month. Mr. Milton Gusdorf, who has been established in this city for nnmy years, left July 30th for Taos, New Mexico, where he will make his home in the future. He will be joined later by Mrs. Gusdorf and chihtren. Mr. and Mrs. J. Weitzman have re- turned from a three weeks trip to the Coast. They were joined l)y their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Neuman of Yakima, who accoml)anied them on a motor trip to Seattle, Seaside and l'orthmd. Mrs. L. Lund and family, wbo have been visiVing in 8cattle, Tacoma and Bellingham for the l)ast month, have just returned to the city. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sbafer and children of Seattle, who will I)e their guests for a week. Mrs. William Casper of Lind, Washington, and Mrs. Rogell of San Francisco, are guests of their brother Dr. Jesse Wolff, for several weeks. Phone EAst 8046 ADOLPH BOItM Proprietor SEATTLE RADIATOR & FENDER WORKS Lamps, Radiators and Fenders, .Etc. SPECIALISTS ON RADIATORS 1603 Itarvard Ave., corner Pine St. SEATTLE Tacoma All items for insertion in this column shouM I)c snbnfittod to the Tacoma Correspondent of The Jewish Transcriptl Mrs. Lewis Bravorman Avalon Al)artnlon(.s, l)hono Main 3789, by Wed= nesday noon for publication in issnc of the week. Rabbi Montague (',uhen, newly elee(.ed Rabbi of the Teml)le leth Israel, arrived in (,he city last weel< A deleg,ttion of Teml)le tnemt)ers we, leome, d him in 8eatth "rod eseurted him 1,o Tacoma. Mrs. 8tm Atldr(wvs was hostess at dinner at l)e, I{oven hm in honor of the birthd.y anniversary of Mr. Andrews. 1)aneing and cards were enjoyed (luring the evening. Mrs..]OSel)h Sussman entertained informMly at her home last. week cumplinmn(.ing a group of visitors. Mr. an(l Mrs. Alva Milh:r en(,er- (.ained at dinner at l)e Koven hm ill honor of It nUlld)(w of fri(mds from Portland. Mrs. J. lhwhrach and Mrs. Melvin Morris eD(erl,aine(I at hmel,eon 'tt (he llotel Ta(,oma cOral)lira(rating a grou l) of out of town visitors. In ceM)ration of his ninth birthday anniversary, Gerahl llymowitz of New York was honor gllest at it l)arty give, n by Mrs. l,ewis Bravernum. Mr. and Mrs. 8. Sondheim and Mr. aud Irs. Le, onard Sondheim motored to P.teitie Beach for a few dltys. ELiot 0158 OFFICE FURNITURE Of Real Quality The new Weisfield & Goldberg Store at 310 Pike Street was fur- nished completely by the SEATTLE OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. DESKS -- CHAIRS -- OFFICE TABLES --- SAFES FILING CJkSES AND SUPPLIES SEATTLE OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. MA in 8070 Third Ave. and Stewart St. We furnish any kind of Service you desire-- Our drivers eitll in every sectign of the city, Country Chl'b, North Park, 8eahurst, Lake Burien, Des Moines, Zenith and Lake Forest Park, etc. MUTUAL LAUNDRY CO. 714 Broad Street "Your Family Laundry" l)honc GArfield 0803 BEACON 1784 The INDEPENDENT DAIRY, Inc. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Pasteurized Milk, Cream AND Fresh Creamery Butter 708 RAINIER AVE. SEATTLE, WASH. NEW AND USED STORE FIX- TURES AT TIIE RIGIIT PRICE /ICME Store Fixture Company R. W. 1)I,;AI(BORN, Prop. 1)honc MA in 6608 Westlake & 6th Ave., at 1906 Near l"armcrs' & Wcstlakc Markets ELiot 0942 ACME CARTAGE CO., Inc. TRANSFER AND STORAGE FURNITURE MOVING 315 Occidental Ave. Colder, Cleaner, Dryer and Cheaper than Ice 00ELECTRO*KOLO Make an investment in good refrigeration. Install ELECTRO-KOLD, which supplies a crisp, dry cold--recognized as the best for preserving food. Its great convenience is a great economic necessity. Besides preserving your food, it makes ice cubes for your table use. WRITE OR CALL FOR DEMONSTRATION Universal Heating Corporation 1634 Eighth at Olive Elliott 3468 JlllllSllll _= llSllSll ,,q Wall offer: at (] In IIOVP King stagi enti( Hil) ginil Colu the : flash st,as(