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I Sept. 5, 1924 Cb 3wish Cransripl .'Th ,00o,0o Page Three SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs. Dave Himelhoch entertained fourteen of their friends last Saturday night with a Mah Jongg. Coml)limenting her house guest, Miss Sar' Gohlbcrg of Everett, and Miss Ruth Shyman of this city, who will leave shortly for an (;xtcnded trip east, Miss Rae Finkelbcrg entex- tained with a bridge at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Warshall ,rod family have returned front a six weeks' vac,d.ion at their summer home at Alki Point. Complimenting Mrs. Leon Green- baum, a recent bride, Miss Dorothy Scgel entertained sixteen of her friends with "t bridge Wednesday afternoon, Sei)tember 3. Mr. 13en Guterson left last Tuesday on a vacation trip to Los Angeles. Mr. Jack Kilby of l'ortland was a guest in the city last week. PACIFIC SHADE AND DRAPE CO. Fine Draperies and Attractive Window Shades 415 OLIVE ST. MA in 1165 A Service to Meet Every Need GArfield 0044 RIMBOLD LAUNDRY WET WASH ROUGH DRY SEMI-FINISIIEI) SPENCER llltU V l{ltlal I]CBcJ, 4059 R ejuveno | Arcade Building g-'/"'l') C'lrlc '! Next to Elevator II ,11 III[.'% r1./,'% ELLIOTT 8214 S a result of experience in using Adele Millar Toi- let and Cosmetic Prep- arations in our shop for an extensive t)eriod, we are able, and glad to Rive them our unqualified approval. We stock a complete display of these de luxe prel)aratiuns. SINGER'S, Inc. TIIOS. S. SINGEI., Pres. 218 PINE ST. MAin '/049 CELEBRATE FIFTEENTH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY In celebration of their fifteenth wedding ,mnive.rsary, Mr. and Mrs. Jacol) Kal)lan entertained a nmnber nf friends at a dinner on Sunday night, August 31. Among the out, of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Brenner, Bell- ingham; Mrs. Charles Fisher and Mr. !md Mrs. Herman Shapiro, San Fran- cisco; Mr. Abe Olswang, Bremerton and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sussinan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sussman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sussman, Mr. and Mrs. P. Olswang and Mrs. P. Yudel- son, rlacolna. Those in attendance from Seattle were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Abe. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher, Miss Minnie Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose, Mr. and Mrs. G. Berger, Miss Fannie Berger, Mrs. Sarah Kaplan, Miss Esthex Kaphm, Miss Johanna R. Olswang, Mr. Joe Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Adler, Mr. Sam Berger and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gross. Dr. Charles B. Firestone leftWed- nesday, August 13, for the East, to take a post graduate course. Dr. Firestone will return to the city in ,bout four months and will oc(.upy offices in the Medical Arts 13uilding, now under construction. Mr. and Mrs. S. 13. Asia and family returned last week from a motor trip to California. They were away for nine weeks. Among those from Seattle who mo- tored to Vancouver over Labor Day were Mr. and Mrs. William Gath- man, Mr. and Mrs. Ben lsaacs, Miss Alvina Sehubach, Mr. and Mrs. William Mittell)crger and daughter, Marion, Mr. and Mrs. tIenry Kh;in- berg and Miss Iena Kleinberg, Mr. md Mrs. Alfred Kleinbcrg and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brin. Miss l,ertha Schwal)acher enter- tained the Sigma Theta Pi Sm'ority at her home 1.Lst Tuesday night. Members ,)f the Pi Tau Pi I,'raternity were guests of the Sorority later in the evening. Mrs. Abe (:Ircenl)aum hits returned frolll a nlollth s stay on VullCOUvcr Ishmd and Victoria, where she visit- ed wittl friends and relatives. / Friends Boost Greenwood We have known RAY GREENWOOD for the past thirteen years and recommend him heartily for the office of Congress- man from this district. He was a leader at Broad- way High school and the University of Washington. He is a veteran of the World war and since has been extremely successful as prosecuting attorney of Kitsap county. A man of high ideals of citizenship, industrious, loyal and ex- tremely fair, he is the type of man we all would like to see in public office. LEO WEISFIELD MANDEL NIEDER (Paid Advertising) Mr. J. Lewis Abrams ,md Mr. Nate Abrams of S'm Francis(.() were guests in the city last week visiting their mother, Mrs. Esther Abrums. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Lichcnstein of San Francisco were guests in the city for a few days on their way to Banff and Lake Louise. Mr. IIarold Mark Rogers and Mr. Sam Stature spent a week at Soap Lake Springs. Miss' Myrtle Nudehnan and Miss Rose Brownstcin of Portland were visitors in the city for a few days as guests of Miss 1,'lorence Nudehnan. Mr. Ally(; Elkan has left, for an ex- tended trip to cities in the east and south. Mr. Alfred Shem,mski of San Fran- msco is a recent arrival in this city and will make his home here imrma- nently. Among those who motored tu Porthmd over L.bor Day were Mr. and Mrs. D. Taylor and daughter, Jeanette, Mr. and Mrs. Max Freud- enbcrger and daughter, Vivian, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Marcusson and daugh- ter Sehna and Mr. and Mrs. M. K. G ibstein. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Greenl)aum have returned from their wedding trip and are now at hornc at 535 Sev- enteenth Avenue north. Mr. Ted Gurian, who has been in Alaska for the past two months, was in the city for a few days en route to his home in Porthmd. Mrs. Eim,m Wienir entertained lilly ladies at her home, Saturday, August 16. Mrs. J. Lukov was hostess at a Mah .hmgg to a number of her friends Thurs(l'ly, August 28. SEATTLE HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY The Seattle Hebrew Benevolent Society met Wednesday afternoon in the Vestry rooms of the Temple de l[irseh. Members of the board of trustees held their meeting Wednes- day m,)rning. EMMA LAZARUS AUXILIARY The Emma lmzarus Auxiliary, I. (). B. B., will hohl its tirst nmeting of the stetson Tuesday evening, Sel)- total)or 9, ut the A. O. U. W. lhdl Ninth and Union. TALMUD TORAH AUXILIARY The Ladies Auxiliary to Scattle Tahnud Torah will hold it,s regular meeting 'next M()n(hy aftgrnoon m the Veslry rooms of lhe Bikur Cho- lira Synugogue. DEBORAH GROUP The first meeting of the season of l)eborah groul) of Seattle Chapter Hadass'th will t)c held Monday after- noon, Sel)tcmt)er 8, at the home of Mrs. H. Klatzker, 2157 Eztst Cherry. All metal)ors are urged to be l)rcscnt,. LADIES MONTEFIORE AID The Ladies Montefiore Aid Society held its first meeting of thc season at the Educational Center Thursday afternoon. Danzig, Sept. 4.--Otl,oman Math- no, the infamous leader of the Ukran- ian Pogrom Bands, was arrested here according t.o reports in the local press. The authorities of the city of Danzig have decided, according to t,he rel)orts, t.,, deport him. PANTORIUM DYE WORKS, INC. 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