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PAGE FOUa THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE JULY 29, Social and P&lt; rsonal Events of the We lav; SARA MICHELSON ELISE LURIE WEst 6334 Rabbi and Mrs. Grafman Of Chicago Are Guests Of Leopold Sterns The Leopold M. Sterns have dis- tinguished e'tstern guests, 1LabM I,. Elliot Gr.tfman and Mrs. Grafman of Chicago. They arrived Wednesday 'tnd will sl)end (en days with tlmm at their h)vely summer l)l'tee out Three Tree Point way. Mrs., the former Horence llerst of Chicago, niece of the Sterns, has m.tny friends in town to weh:onm her. She visited in Seattle befm'c lmr marriage. Rabbi and Mrs. Grafman, with their little d'mghter, Rosemary, are en route to I,ong Beach, Calif., where they will reside. 'ROUND TOWN Mrs. Edwin Joseph, 'ee(iml)anied by her seven-year-ohl son, Stel)hen, and little Judy, five, left yesterday for San I,'raneiseo, after a ten-day stay in town as the guest of her I)arents, Mr. and Mrs. Nttthan Eck- stein. Mrs. Joseph, with her (.hihl- ten and her mother "tnd sister, Miss Joanna Eckstein, silent three de- lightful weeks enjoying the serene beauty at Lake Quinault. During their stay in town, the ehihh'en had lots of fun seeing the colorful pag- eantry during the three-day Pot- latch celebration. A group of the chief nrttrons went across Lake Washington to Y'UTOW, where the John Schermers are sl)end- ing the summer, to"tttend a hmcheon Mrs. Sehermer g've on Wednesday for the pleasure of her mother, Mrs. James M. Bernheini of S'm Antonio, Texas, who is their house guest. Mrs. A. Itkin is back in town after a ple'tsant visit of several weeks with her son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Levis, and her tiny gr'mddaughter, Susan, of St. Louis. Mrs. ltkin's other daughter, Miss Anne ltkin, is l)cing welcomed on her return from a tive months' trill, ller travels took her on a thrilling cruise to the West Indies, sever.d weeks in New York, a visit wilh relatives in Cleveland and also with her sister and 1)rother-in-law, the Richard Levises. She returned via Californi.t. Mr. Henry Sanford, young Seattle barrister, is sailing about (.lie north- erli part of the Soilnd- or rltther, its he expressed it, wherever (,lle wind will take them. lie is with a friend from Bremerton on his sail be,it. The Victor Staadeckers have moved (o 2105 E. Ilighland. Mr. William Staadeeker is sl)en(ling ten days in Sltn Francisco. An enjoyable party w'ts the I)ar- beeue steak dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ben Till 11 g'Lve at lheir home at Normandy 1)ark Sat,rday evening. Dinner was cooked in an outdoor grill by a chef, dressed in French costume--none other than Mr. Till p himself. The dinner honored Mr. and Mrs. Baih:y Dinl<elsl)M of S'm Francisco, who are the l,eol)ohl M. Stern's guests. Other guests in- eluded Mr. and Mrs. Arthm' Pola- cheek, Mrs. Slunuel l'olaeheek, Mrs. Nathan Sheinman and the Sterns. Mr. and Mrs. Till p have extended Kaplan-Abrahamson Engagement Arouses Interest In Town of interest to their many frien(Is ill S(!att.]c is the anllOllllC(!niellt ()f (;llt! l)eI.r()I, hal of Miss E(.heI I(al)htn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacol) Kill]an, to Mr..l'ty Abr'dvtmson of (his city. Mr. Abrahanlson is il gra(luatc of the Ihfiversity of Wash- ingtnn. The wedding will be hehl early in September. One of the l'trgest l)'trties in the Georgian Room (,if the ()lynq,iie on Monday wits Mrs. llerman Kron- tiehl's, who entert-dned for tw(,i recent brides, Mrs. Byron l!'riedman of Tacoma, tim former F,l.tine Al)er of Chicago; Mrs. Sam l,e Bid (IhuTict Green of S'm l,'r'm(.is(.o); and for a visitor h'om C(,ih)rado Springs, Mrs. Y. Berman, the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. L. len(ler. Seate(l 'd)out the beautifully arranged luncheon tables with the honor guests and hostess were Mesd'tmes J. Frie(hnaP, M'x 1,e Bill, Samuel Friedman, Tacoma; B. 1,. Barde, A. Thal, Max Tat, M. L. Bender, Nathan Suhnan, S. Beeker an(1 .hlsel)h Gillm'tn. Mr. Meyer Rothstein, well known New York diamond iml)orter, is in the city for ,' fortnight's visit with his l)aren(;s, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Rothstein, and his 1)tethers, Messrs. Abe, Lot,is and Max Rothstein. Mr. Rothstein, who is widely known in Seatile, h,ts been extensively en- ter(/dne(l. Recent events to honor him was the dinner the J'tek Gold- smiths gave at their al)artment it(, the Marlborough Mon(l'ty evening. On Saturday, the New Yorker w'ts honor guest at a (linncr party Mr. and Mrs. Josel)h G[uck gave at their home. Ile leaves for the East Sun- (lay. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alt and Mr. 'rod Mrs. Nathan Freid have returned from a m<)t\