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PAGE Foua he THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE AUGUST 12, C7 Social and Personal Events of the We SARA MICHELSON ELISE LURIE WEst 6834 Schoenfelds Honoring Dr. and Mrs. Weisfield At Reception Aug. 16th News Of the marriage of Miss Mil- dred Schoenfehl, to l)r. Edwin S. Weisfield, on August 4th, Callsed a ripple of excitement in town. The marri.tgc, which w&apos;ts scheduled for alltll]nll; C:llne as a (3Oluplete Silt- prise even to closest friends of the pair. The ceremony was read by Iab/)i 13ern'ml Rosenl>erg "Lt the Imme of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schoenfeld, Indore members of the immediate family. A dinner was held at IIotel Edmond Me'my. For her wedding the bride chose a simple af(ernoon frock of Frencll bltm crepe. With it she wore a cor- sage of orchids and lilies of the val- ley. hnnle(liately 'tftcr the nul)tials, the couph: left for a brief wedding (rip to l,ong lea(:h, Washington. For (he. motor trip Mrs. Weisfiehl wore a beige (o l) co'st with beige fox colhlr and tmeesseries to match. Dr. Weisfield is the son of Mr. Morey Weisfield of Tacoma and the late Fh)renee Weisfiehl. Mr. Wets- field and his son 'rod daughter-in- la% Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wcisfiehl came from Tacom.t for the cerelnony. Friends will have the Ol)l)ortu- nity Io greet Dr. and Mrs. Weis- fiehl at a reception on Tuesday evening, August 16th. Mr. and Mrs. Schoenfeld have issued invitations for the reeel)tion in honor of the bride and groom. It is (o be hchl "st their residence, on 381h Ave. Calling hours will be from S:30 (o midnight. This marri:tge unties two promi- nent f'unilics who eontril)uted to their respective communities richly. For lhe reeel)tion Mrs. Weisfiehl will wear a h)vely white Point Ven- ice htee gown wilh full skirt and Am- erican beaulyred belt. Mrs. Schoen- fehl will w('ar gray lace. In the receiving line wi(,h the hos(s all(l holl(ir glleMs, will I)e I)1'. Weisfiehl's falher, Hr. Mercy Wets- field. Mrs. Weislieht has asked her sisters, Mrs. Manl.on J. Spear, Mrs. The[:dore Abeh:s, of Sah3m, Oregon, and Hrs. Arthur Weisfiehl, of Taco- ma, (o I)reside 'st the tea t'ddes. Assisting al)out th(: roolns will be Mesdames Richard Weisfiehl, Les- lie Resenberg, Ih:rbert lIochfe]d, Willi'ml Forman and the Misses Maxine Doctor, llelen Popl,tel and Lucille Kotkins. ., There will be double felicitations exlended at the reception, for that day also nlarks Mrs. Sehoenfehl's bir{ hday anniversary. I)r. Weisfield, a 1)rilliant, rising ymlng physician, who startled Se- attlei(es when he h:ft suddenly for Spain to serve with the Loyalist forces, is apparently accustomed to make inq)orl:ant decisions quickly and without fuss. Terminating a hal)py ttlree weeks' visit, Mr. "tnd Mrs. Milton Malakoff, of New York, accompanied by their two chihlren, departed for the East yeslerday. The Malakeffs were the guesls of Mr. Malakoff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Malakoff, and were tlle insl)iration for ninny interesting events. Prior to their departure they visiled Vieteria and Vancou- ver, B. C. Mrs. Morris Hirsch, with her two sons, Robert Solomon and I).tvid Neeson, has returned to her home in San l"rancisco after spending two weeks wilh her brother, Mr. Jack Steinberg, and her mlcle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. lliranl Steinberg. WMle in the city Mrs. ]Iirseh wtm extensively entertained. Among hosts for the visitor were Messrs. and Mesdames Sam Treiger, George Sidell, Abe Nelson, .h)seph Isaacson, Abe Steinberg and A. E. I)eris. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stusser with their two sons returned froln a vaca- tion (rip (o Pacific Beactl. Mrs. Albert Weinberg's friends will be delighted with the news of her convalescence at the Swedish llosl)il'd after a serious illness. We just heard tlmt Mrs. Louis lIofman is at the Maynard ltospital un(lergoing medical treatment. CALL .... HARRY EISBERT Liberty Dry Cleaners --The Sunlight Plant 1600 Jackson St., PR. 5050 Visitors Inspiration For Smart Luncheon Party At Glendale !!!i The smartest and l)erhal)s the most unique huleheon l)arty of the season was hehl Tuesday at Gh:ndale Golf and Country Chill. There were three lmstesses entertaining jointly, Mrs. Julius C. Lang, hcr daughtcr-i'n - htw, Mrs. Pdchard E. l,ang, and her daughter, Mrs. Janles Eugene ],'rank, four honor guests, sl:d follr 8e|s (if hmcheon guests. The ",flair eonH)limented Mrs. R. 1!3.'s grandmother, Mrs. Wil- lialn II. Elsinger, 'tnd her aunt, Miss llelen Buehman, of New York Cit,y; Mrs. lloward M. Lang of Los An- geles, Mrs. J. C. Lang's daughter-in- l'w; 'rod Miss l!hnilie Frank ef the Bay City, sister-in-law (f Mrs. Frank. Sixty smartly clad women gath- ered at the 1)ettutiful club house-- grandmotlmrs, young nlatl'ons re- cent brides and young misses---met in a spirit of charming comr.tderie. It was a sort of eosmol).olitan pttrty, with guests from the Fast, the Sotlth and the Middle WesL ],uneheon was serve(l on the th)wcr bordered terrace and in the main dining room and the siml)lieity of the table (lecorations--pinl :rod 1)lue bachelor l)uttons being used---gave it an air of grand, ehl-fashioned lms- pitality. The afternoon was occu- pied in bridge "t,ld mah jongg. The visitors were lmnor guesls at a dinner the James l,J. I;ranks gave at their home Saturday night. The dinner also observed a hapl)y occas- ion in the ],ang fanlily, the birthday of Mrs. J. C. l,ang. The l,angs and their guests went across lmke Washington yesterday, where Mrs. L. Kenneth Schoenf(fld was a ]l:neheoll llofltess. Honoring R.d)bi and M,'s. L. Elliot (,I ffman ('f Chicago, who are ]muse guests of their uncle '1.11(1 amt, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stern, the past ten d.ys, Mr. "rod Mrs. Edward Stern gave ' dinner at home l,'riday. Mrs. (h'afman was guest of honor at 't luncheon her aunt gave to which fourteen of her friends were bidden. Mon(lqy, Mrs. Bernard Rotter (Mary Louise Stern) entertained at luncheon in the Georgian Room ()t' the Olyml)ic, witll her cousin, Mrs. Gr'tfm tn, and her sister, Mrs. Bailey ])inkelspiel, of San ],'rancisco, as gllests of honor. Mrs. ])inl<elsl)iel and her small son, John, who silent the 1)ass two Inorlths :ts the guests of her l)arents, the l,. H. Sterns, is leaving tomorrow for the South. They will 1)e traveling with 1abl)i aml Mrs. G,'arma,a, who are going to Long Beach, California, where Rabbi Grafman will be spirit- ual leader of Teml)le Israel. Mr. Richard Seligman, one of Seattle's prominent wholesale jewel- ers, for many years an(l now retired, was in the city for a week afl, er a long 'd)sence. Ile w.ts on his way East from a winter in California, with his sister, Miss Tckl.t Seligman, of Cllicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bernlan, of Wel)ster City, lowa. Mrs. Berm'tn is Mr. Se]igmtul'S sister. ]';ntertaining the visitors were lheir eousins, Mr. and Mrs. el, to Guthman. Tl,ey were guests at the Caml)ridg:< New arrivals from Germany this week are Mr. and Mrs. Julius ILosen- garten 'tnd daughter, Ilse, of Frank- fu,'t - am - Main. They are house guests of Mrs. Rosengarten's uncle and taint, Mr. and Mrs. Emile Mayer. Mrs. Rosengarten is also t niece of Mr. Victor' Staadecker. Mrs. Abraham Kamusher enter- tained with a hmcheon in the Crystal Room of the Ben Mttrche last Tues- day, honoring Mrs. A. Sandier of New York City. Mrs. Sandier is visiting her sister, Mrs. 1,3. Raplmel, who has leased a house for the sum- mer 'st Three Tree Point. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Abeles of Portland have moved to Salem, Oregon. They are residing at 1490 State Street. Mrs. Abeles is the for- mer Therese Schoenfeld. Mrs. M. A. Goldsteln returned to town from her summer place at Long Beach, Wash., hmg enough to say "lmllo" to friends and make ready to return there to( She is taking her young son, lhu'vey, with her. IIer daughter, hmz, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. IIarry Cohen, of Spokane, are with the Gohlsteins. Also at Long Beach are the Vic Strikers, with their little girl, and their brother, Mr. Dave Cohen of Olym pi a. Bride-To-Be --Samuel Waiters Photo. MISS HELEN JASSNY, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Jassny, whose betrothal to Mr. Edward William Shekter of Portland, was announced the last of July. Their wedding will be an event of next Spring. Reception At Senescu Residence Sunday Will Attract Many Sunday will be calling (l.ty a(. the .h)nize Senescu llome, 930 21st Ave., when Mr. an(l M,'s. Senescu will re- ceive in honor of their daugllter, Miss Belle Seneseu, and her fiance, Mr. h'win Chelin, whos( engagement was recently 'renounced. Calling hours will l)e from 2 to 5 o'clock. "ROUND TOWN In welcome t(i her son-in-law, Mr. Josel)h ](. ]leynum of New York, who arrived Tuesday to join his wife and .... tiny daught:n', Leslie, Mrs. Leo Schwalmcher has extended invita- tions for' a lm.rty on the evening of August 15th. it is to be held "t(, (] (]111f an(l Country Club in thc form of a 1)ionic supper. Mrs. ]Ieyman and her baby has been sl)ending the smnmer with her mother at their conntry estate, ]'lbermore. Mrs. Schwabacher's sister, Miss Belle Blum, is also her hi)use guest. Rabbi Samuel Koch of Tenll)h (le tlirsch, and Mrs. Koch will 1)(3 welcomed home today (m their return from a leisurely motor tri 1) extending seven weeks. It was to some extent a "postman's lloliday" for Rabbi Koch, since his wtcation iaclu(led a series of three lectures before the University of Utah at Salt Lake City, and "L lecture at the 1Jniversity (if hl'tho. Their too(or jaunt took them to a)] the scenic splendors (if Colora(h) and I;(;.tll-- Yelh)wstone Nation'tl Par]g Pike's Peak an(l some of the hlvely watering resoris. They spent some time in ])enver and on their retm'n stOl)l)ed for a t'm-day rest :tt 1)eautiful !ll'()llt Valley Lodge, near Bu(le. Mrs. Elmer Steinhauser of Chi(.- ago is making plans to return home next week. She is visiting her par- ents, Mr aud Mrs Simon Burnett The BIIrnetts have another hotlse guest, Mrs S(einhauser's mother-in- law, Mrs. Charles S(.einl)auser of Col mnlms, Ohi('. l,:lst week they entert.Hned 'L visitm' from Sal Lake City, Miss Marjorie R(Isenlflatt, Mr. lhn'netl,'s niece. She is now at Seaside and will return to Seat(.h3 for a hmger stay. The Ralph Schoenfelds have re- tllrne(l from a two weeks' stay at the l'end O'Rcih3 I/tkes. On their return (,hey ha(l a house guest, Miss Maxine l'iness, of Li)s Angeh:s, daughter of the widely-lcnown l)r. Ge(n'g..3 Piness, hay-fever speeialisk Miss Piness, with Mr. 'tnd Mrs. Joe Newmark, of Los Arlgeles, whl) were guests in town for several days, are n()V en- joying a visit, at the Pond O'Reile L:dccs. They will sto I) here en route h(inie. Seattleites wtlo spent an enjoy- al)le week ocean I)athing at Gear- hart, Oreg(m, :ire the M. A. New- bergcrs, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosen and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pickard. They were guests at Hotel Geartmrt. CARSON'S I AURORA CLEANERS & TAILORS We Specialize FRANCIS LEE RE-WEAVING We Call For and Deliver SUnset 9780--7223 Aurora Avenue BEI IIIBALLROOM CLASSESII ill I ADVANCED CLASS MONDAY 8:30 P.M. 1 BEOINNERS' CLASS TUFDAY 8:30 P.M. I 8 TWO-HOUR LESSONS $3.95 PRIVATE INSTRUCTION DAILY I MILDRED ALLEY DANCE SCHOOL 719 Pike St., EL. 9291, Open 10 a. m. mm mm THE OLYMPIAN REFINISHING CO. Refinishing of Household and Office Furniture USEn CHAIRS & DESKS FOR SALE ELiot 2012 1004 Howell St. 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 A President takes a vacation. News from Mrs. Jacob K:dina, l))'(3- sident of Seattle ch'qlter (if l la(l'tssah, who is v'teationing with her daugh- ter, Mareella. "We spent a week in San Fran- cisco and have been in Santa Cruz fllr :d)out ten (lays already. 1 drove over to Carmel yesterday. ]t is 1)he (if the most deligh(ful l)l'tces I have ever been to. Just like a lit- th: toy village; art shops, little thea- tre, nlarienette theatre; Shells run I)y Annie l(atz, Annie Polh)ck; very ar(.y an(l very ri(,zy. Santa (h'uz is more jazzy an(l tyl)i- tally Americ.m with its coelctail lounges, swing ()rchestras, etc., etc. "I received a letter from Mrs. Sievoty informing nm that a l'acific C,):tst Regional II'tdassah Confer- once will 1),.3 hehl in San Francisco on August 15th and 16tb with Miss Julliett N. Benjanlin, n'(,ional er- galliztlti()ll ch'tirlnarl of New York .'ts guest sp(!aker. I halt not pl'tnned to remain away that long. If I had known it before I wouhl h've left ab,ut two week's later. "lh)wever 1 shall remain 't litth: longer so tha(: I can attend tl,e con- ferellce. ' ' The Howard M. Langs of Los Angcles, flew here, arriving on Sat- urday to be with Mr. Lang's mother, Mrs. Julius C. Lang, on her birthday anniversary. Hr. Lang prominent in the fihn capital as a I)roducer, reSin'ned S,)utll by l)lane Monday, while Mrs. Lang has extended tie)' visit for a week. For Mrs. Lang and three other out-of-town guests, Mesdames Theo- dore Falk of Boise, Elmer Stein- hauser of Chicago, and David Fried- enrich (if San Francisco, Miss Joanna Eclcstein eLtertained informally at luncheon at her home Wcdnesday afternoon. Leaves for wider fields: A large group ef friends dropped in to tlm lovely Mr. Baker Park home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Weinstein Friday night for cocktails and to bid au revoir to their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Weinstein (Sol)hie R()senstcin), who left Wednesday for Hollywood. Miss Rosenstein ended the ninth ye'tr of her famed eareer as dralnatic inslruetor at the Division of l)ram. of the University of Washington, the day of her de])arturc . . . leaving for wilier /iehls. She will be on thc faculty of El Cal)itan College of the Theatre in lh)llywood, the foremost school of this nature in (,he emmtry, (lirecting and (/.,.aching. Mr. "uul Mrs. Weinstcin were din- ner hosts earlier that evening to ten gues(.s with their nell]row and niece, Dr. q.n(l Mrs. Sidney Weinstein, recently of ]'hiladell)hia , sharing honors with Hiss Rosenstein. The (lirmr table had an attractive ar- r'tngement of fruit and hydranga tlowers. The Herman Cohen family is not suIrerstitious at)oul, the number "13." In fact it appears to 1)e the favorite dale on this month's cahm(lar... On August 13th, is the birthday of their only chihl, 13-year-ohl Sylvia May. Mrs. Cohen has invited 13 of her daughter,s friends to hmcheon at honm and la(,er they will atl,end a matinee. I o the evening the occasion will be celebr'd,ed with a dimmr. We Specialize in Wedding Deco- rations-Special Prices For Cor- sages to Organizations ......  QUEEN CITY  MARKET FLORIST "Frenchy," Prop. 1823 4th Ave. (Next Colonial '12 heatre) Miss Benezra Will Wed Benedict Cohn At Synagogue Rites Miss Margaret Benezra's h)vely voice }ms added to 1,11(: I)(3auty of in- numeral)h; wedding cerem(mies, 1)uS I1(; her own we(hling on Sunday evening, August 28tll, (,he color.ttura soprano voice ef her eleven-year-old sister, 1,oily, will be heard preceding the impressive Sephardie nul)ti'ds. The marriage of Miss Benezr.t, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ix:on J. Benezra, to Mr. ]ene(lict Cohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. ]mzar C(ihn of Min- ne'qlolis, will talce l)lace at the Ezr. Bess.u'(ith Synagogue at live o'ch)ck, and will be followed by a family dinner in the Green Room of t.he New Washington lhltcl. The t)ride h:ts aske(l her sister, Mrs. D. Chertkow ef l)rumheller, Al- berta, to attend her 'ts matron of honor, and bridesmaids will be her sis(er, Miss Violet Benezra, Hiss Katherine Mizrahi, Miss Ill. Gohlen of Brenlerton, and Miss Joy lI'tsson of Portland. The groom's brother, Mr. Angeh) Cohn, will act as best man, anll ushers 'u'e Messrs. Albert and Jacl Benezra, I)rothcrs of the I)ride; Mr. Marius Cohn, 1)rother of the grl)om, who will arrive here will) his l)'u'ents on the 25th; and Mr. Leol! ]QrallCO. Among the 'd, tractive nffairs given t,o honor the 1)ride-elect, wqs the lniscellaneous shower which her sis- ter, Mrs. D. Chertkow, gave at her parents' h(ime on Wednesday. Another hostess will 1)e Miss Katherine Miz- rahi, who will entertain witll a kite]ion shower at ]l(lllle on Tuesday evening. '1'11(3 groom, who now makcs his home in Seattle, is associated with (,11(: Boeing Aircrnft Corporation as u:ronautical engineer, :Hid was grad- u'ted from the lhfiversity ef Min- nesota and the University of New York. Miss ]enezra, whose C]larnl and graciotlsness ]lave endeared her (;i) the eomnunity, was e(hlcated at l,he (?ornish School of Music and 'st the Elg])erg Sch(iol. She was a nlenlber of the Total)h3 de llirsch choir fl)r eight years, and of the lIerzl choir for four.years. She is l)rominen(Ay i(lentifie(l with the Civic Opera Assllciation, 1)re Musica, and the Ladies' l,yric Chd). The lovely luke-shore henle of l)r. and Hrs. Norman W. Clein, which adapts itself equally well to summer or winter entertaining, was the set- ting for . barbecue SUl)l)er given to honor Dr. Alfred Strauss of Chicago, who, with his daughter, Elinore, has been spending several days in the city. On Satur(l'Ly evening, the CMns will 1)c hosts at a barbecue and dane- honoring their niece, Miss Lorraine Budwig of Chicago, who has beer) Sllending the summer in Seattle as their house-guest, and on Thurs- (lay, Mrs. Clein will 1)e hostess at a luncheon at the Washington Athletic Club for the pleasure of Mrs. Herbert Silverman of Chicago, who is the guest of her cousins, Mr. an(l Mrs. Joseph Bernbamn. Mrs. Rose Berliner and (laughter, Zyndell, 'tre vacationing in Los An- geles, where they are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ffron. Mrs. Ethel Ordell an(1 her son, Mr. Bernard Ordell, have relnovcd to 1726 15th Ave. Engagement Of University Co-Ed Of Interest Here Seattle friends (if Miss K'mffman of Port'huM, Washington co-ed, 'uM Mr. Wolff of Aberdeen, will I)e in r in the news of their which was announced in Saturd.y. Mr. Wolff is the sen of Mrs. Wolff and the late George l)rominent A1)erdeen merchan 't lu'other of Miss Sylvia nel)hew iit' Mrs. ]!hnile Ma Mr. Victor S(;:)allecker of thi lie al, tende(1 (>11(3 University 0f ington and is 'titillated with Pi fraternity. Miss l(auffman is a slmnninl haired girl, who h'm a host of fl ill Seatt[e. She is the (laugll Mr. "u)d Mrs. LesSer Kauflnam At last: Mrs. Carrie Borit graduated from the "crutch '' She has had a difficult three l in the h()slfita] , recul)erating /)r()kcn leg. 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Fur Coats - Fox Scarfs - Restyling - Re CORNER 1005 WESTERN !el Alel) s , :dlty in fr( (I Tor th, figh wi(.h ;o a Secret ] and It wein an is lea eels 'u'e 1)(3 for the: ( 0f Norlhwe held in S(,.d ' h01i(I.t;s. aal fichl se, e a guest nl trim his me( ') as fhe "M 1111 Ill)on  Rul)c..s , ) Alel)hs, 1 Cohn, wil 'abor l)ay. .0af(n, will Is (If Si)olc t0 eoor(lin ".the Nortl teial invi uwest co IV(, !Rubens, i I, rieWly_n i)1) Y, Said (hal Prie(h ' 11:131 II '. rnnd ],( A. in l)istr ll.als : 1), C