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PAGE Foua 'I HE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE OCTOBER 28, 1938 Social and P(;:rsor00al Events of the Week SARA MICHELSON ELISE LURIE WEst 6334 New Washington Hotel Setting For Lovely Ceremony On Sunday Masses of white Chrysanthe- mums in tall standards added their pure beauty to the ancient, tradi- tional "ehupldW when Miss Ce, lia Jaffe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jaffe became the bride of Mr. Arthur Hart, son of Mr. aml Mrs. lienry Itart, on Sunday at 5:30 Cclock in the Jade Room of the Ne, w Wash- ington ltotel. Rabbi Philip A. Langh of Iterzl Synagogue ottieiated at the ceremony, assisted by the bride's ramie, Mr. J. Abrams. Preceding lhe rites, Mr. Leslie Ratine sang "lceanse,," aceooipa- nied by 311'. Alfred Sidell, pianist. A wedding dinner was served after lt)13 cerelllOlly. Given in marriage by her father, the, bride was stunning in a Breuyere model of satin nmde on simlfle lines with inserts of lace on the bodice, sleeves and repeating on the truth of the gown. tier finger- tip veil of In'id,d illusion e'scaded from a Juliet pearl cap and she carried a sheaf of bridal roses, gar- denias tnd bouvartlia. Mrs. ltarry l'ineh was her sisler's lnatroll of hl)llOr wPa,'illg a royal blue lafella frock, lh,r fh)wers were roses and baby chrysanthemmns. Miss l,on'aine Jaffe, niece of the l)ritle and maid of honor was gowned in wine lafella with full skirt nnd carried a simila,' Imuquet. Both at- |end,lll|S WOl'e snl,lll Wille a)ld })]lle ostrivh f('alhers in lheir hair. Mr. Ivan Wolfe :leled as best man to Mr. llurT. The I,ridCs molher eh,se for the wedding a I,hwk chiffon velvel grays. Mrs. llarl, molher of l, he gr(,oni wore I)l:wl velvet with a hmm ja(.kel. Tlleir ('orsaR(,s were of ga)'(leni,ls. Mr. :rod Mrs. lhn't left for :t wed- (ling lrip Io Brilish C(dmnl)ia. For traveling, Mrs. llart wore a teal blue enseml,h, wilh wine aveessories. (-)n their I'Clllrll they will be at home in Spokane, :(1 the Kallman Apts. 1)renuptinl affairs for the bride in- eluded "l miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Carl l'ruzan; a no-host dinner at the. home of Miss M'trgie Pass; and the dinner and kitchen shower al which Misses Marian Goffe, Evelyn Lederman and Mrs. Alfred Sidell were hoslesses at the Dolly Ma(lisrm Tea Room. Cocktail Party Fetes Engaged Couples Two engaged young couples were the inspiration fro" a charming cocktail party on Sunday afternoon when Mr..tnd Mrs. Arthur Grun- baum and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grunbaum were hosts at the latter's home, honoring Miss June Laehman whose marriage to Mr. Adolph Koch takes idac( , November 1st, and Miss Zelda Phillips and Mr. Robert Adler of San Francisco who are to wed in January. Bright yellow pompoms decorated the rooms. For the occasion Miss :achnmn was wearing a model of black crepe trimmed with gold leath- er. Miss Phillips was in deep m,m,on velvet, with girdle of gold. Greeting 'the guests, Mrs. Edward Grunbaum wore a bolero costume of bla(.k crepe with crystal clip. Mrs. Arthur Grunbaum wore draped black chiffon. Assisting the hostess was Mrs. Frank Sussman of Tacoma, in Iflaek velvet with ermine trim. An outstanding social event in Aberdeen, was the reception and tea at which Mrs. George Wolff and her daughter, Miss Sylvia Wolff were hostesses on Saturd'ty afternoon at the Wolff residence. The affair honored Mrs. Wolff's daughter-in- law, Mrs. Joel Wolff, "t recent bride, anti Mrs. George Staadecker, sister- in-law of Mrs. George Wolff, whose marriage took l)lace last SHlnnler. Mrs. Emile Mayer motored to Aber(leen for the affair. Mrs. L. B. Earde has asked a group of friends to dine with her at the Olympic Itotel tomorrow evening. CT I I FROM MAKER I Mattresses rebuilt and I I recovers_d:..... I Get Our Prices on New I Mattresses. Your old i l mattress made spring | i filled at reasonable | | P"*"; ; "" .... I | DENISON MA1'TR00S C0. / MISS MARY BROWN announces plans for her marriage to Louis Klatzker, which will be an event of November 20th at 1 o'clock at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William I. Brown. A recep- tion will follow that evening. Miss Feldman To Wed Alex Schlager Social interest centers this week on a britte-ehmt, Miss Pauline Feld- man, the daughter of Mrs. Ida Feldnmn, who will become l.he bride of Mr. Alex Schlager, son of Mrs. ltattie Sehl,tger of Spoktine, Wash., Sunday, October 30th 'it 5:30 Cclock. The wedding, a family affair will he. hehl tit the home of the bride- elect. Rabbi Solomon P. Wohlge- lernter will unite them in marriage. Immediately following, a family (limmr will be served. Prenul)tial l)aI'ties for this popuhu' ymmg bride-to-I)e are still going on. The latest being a hmche(m and slmwer that Mrs. Samuel A. Molin gave at the Dolly Madison Tea Roost on Wednesday. The tallies were beautifully decorated with bride and groom motif I)re(h)min,lting even to tim dessert which were individual ice crealu molds of I)rides and groolns. The af|ern,)on was stlent in pl'tying ])ridge. Dr. and Mrs. Adolph Rigler had a few friends in for dinner informally at their lovely new home in Carlton Park Saturday night. We Specialize in Wedding Deco- rations-Special Prices For Cor- sages to Organizations ...... QUEEN CITY MARKET FLORIST "Frenchy," Prop. 1523 4th Ave. (Next Colonial Theatre) CALL .... HARRY EISBERT Liberty Dry Cleaners --The Sunlight Plant 1600 Jackson St., PR. 5050  Learn To Dance Take 1 or 2 Lessons STEVEN'S Day and Evenings No Spectators FREE TRIAL 1930 Westlake SE. 9903 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! Events Embracing Phi][anthropy, Cu]iture, Religion and Civic Prob][ems Engage Women HOW TO EMPLOY "your leisure hours" is definitely not one of the problems troubling the minds of prominent club women of our community, judging from the list of intensive activities on their calendar for the next fortnight. HERE IS WHAT will engage their attention: The Jewish Welfare Society, which is a participating member of tile Seattle Contmunity Fund, comes 1.o you again to hell) carry en its work. The Annual City-Wide Dessert Bridge, will be hehl on Tuesday, No- veml)er 8th, at 1 o'eleek at the Teml)le Center. Proceeds go into the Health and Recreation Fund, which takes care of the needs of those un- able to be hell)ed in any other way. The serviEes of tile Jewish Welfare Society are many-fold, touching up- on every phase of fanfily lifE. Mrs. Otto Guthman, chairman, with tim assistance of Mrs. Nathan Eekstein and Mrs. Julius Sharer, have secured many 1)eautiful prizes which will I)e afe, al, ure at 1.he dessert bridge. Mrs. llugo Loewy is ticket chair- man, ,tssisted I)y Mesd.unes Myer Newbergcr, Alphons Schwarz, Ralph Lewis, Alexander M'wer, Bcul Levin- son and Mrs. lt. Cohen. An interesting event on the c'd- endar for early November is the celebration of the Herzl Sisterhood's seventh annual Sisterhood Sabbath on Friday evening, November 4th, at S:15 Cehlck "t the syn'tgogue. An excelltionally fine evening is being arranged with ,t Sl)e(',ial musical program. I'rineipal Slle:,k(w will I)e Mrs. ],]liner G. Wahlron, ,me o1' the ,lul;st:mding women in civie life in our (.ity, who will take for her sub- ject, "Women in Communal Life." Mrs. P. Allen Rieldes will render the "kiddush," Mrs. Abe Freeman will read bil)le llassages and Mrs. lam'a Berch will give the resl)onses. "l'residents and members of other women's organizat, i()ns are to lie guests of honor. A eor(lial invitation is extended to all inlerested wonaen of our city, to be guests of Herzl Sis- terhood on this occasion," declared Mrs. S. Millet, president. The eharming lu'ecedent tim Sis- terhood has inaugurated, the Sab- bath tea, will follow services. Curtains--Draperies New Fabrics New Colors Interesting Prices Trained Home Deco- rating Service. Catherine Chesnut 1511 2ND AVE. 'MAin 8288 is your curtain call' DINE OUT TONIGHT Kosher Style Food --As You Like It-- Change of Menu Each Day --6-COURSE DINNER-- HARRY'S BOHEMIAN CAFE BETTY MARTIN Acrobatic Taps ALICE KIEFFER Songs In The Helen Morgan Manner I. LUXENBERG 1422 Sixth Ave. SE. 9269 ABE BRASHEN YOUR MUSICAL HOST --PRESENTS-- ANOTHER OUTSTANDING FLOOR SHOW! J UDD M C CO Y- M. C.-Famous Dance Impressions She's TORRID!! VALENCIA BERNIE STEPHENS Bert Williams Impersonation ! FRAN GREENE That Red Pepper From BUENOS AIRES Songs of The Range --Dance To BERNIE STEPHENS And His Band-- 2 Floor Show: NEVER A NIGHTLY DULL 11 P.M. MOMENT AND ! A.M. AT THE KE. 9638 OASIS The OASIS Is Open Every Day Except Sunday Seattle Chapter Hadassah will hold its monthly meeting on Monday, October 31st at two o'clock at Ten> ple Center. Mrs. Louis Casserd who is in charge of the program has arranged to have Mr. Jack Steinberg, attorney, review current events. Also on the progr:tm will be Mrs. George Olson, vocalist. Of particular interest to members will be a report written by Mr. Ch'u'les Miller, president of Congregation Bikur Cholum, who re- cently returned from IL tri I) to P'des- tine, on the accomplishments of l:[adassah in the Holy Land. In i)reparation fox' lladassah's ye'wly rummage s-de, Mrs. J. Arens- berg issues a call to all members to bring all o[(t sahL1)le ch)thes and household "n'licles to the nmeting on Monday. Saturday afternoon, No- vember 5th, is an important date t,i save. Mrs. Jacob Kalina will open her home for the first Oneg Shabat te't to be lml(t this season. "The Mortal Storm," by Phyllis 13ottome, whieh is enjoying widespread l)opu- larity, will be reviewed by Mrs. Samuel Rotenberg. The Seattle Section National Council of Je.wish Women will hohl its next meeting on Wedne, sday, No- vember 2nd, 'tt Tmnl)le Center. A dessert luncheon will take pl,,e 'Lt 7::30. The regular meeting will eon- ven:.  llr,nnI)tly at 2 o'clock. Mrs. J. G. l"ehlnmn, (:hairman ,1t' the Internlttion'd Relations lecture sereis, will present Dr. Maxim Van Brevern, head of the international Relations Bureau at the University of Washington, who will speak on "Eastern ]']urol)e." Mrs. Benjamin Rose, president, exten(Is a eordial invitation to all Jewish w(nne, n in the city to attend. Mrs. Samuel Greongard, 1)resi- dent of the Ladies Auxiliary to Tem- ple de Hirsch, is extending an in- vitation to all Jewish Women's or- ganizations ef Seattle andTacoma to attend the annual "Peace"pro- gram which is to be held November 7th, at 2 o'clock at Temple Center. Mrs. Arthur Goldsmith of Port- land, well known to Seattlcites, will be the main speaker. Mrs. Gold- j smith, "t member of the National Boqrd of the Ceuncil of Jewish Wo- men, a graduate attorney, civic leader, and superintendent of the Re- ligious School of Temple Beth Is- rael, Portland, and a really inspiring talker, will no doubt attract a large audience to the "peace" meet. A social hem' will follow the meeting Mrs. Grecngard announced. The Avis Shulman Group, formed last year, held the first meeting of the year at the home ef Mrs. Benton Lippman, Monday aftcrnoen. Under the guidance of Rabbi Philip A. Langh, the group began with the study of the historic and geographic background of Palestine. This year they will follow the trend of con- temporary Palestinian l)roh]ems. A list of the membership includes Me, sd'uncs Bernard Lindenbergel, M. Rosen, Jacob Kalina, Norman W. Clein, M. S. Bornstein, M. L. Schwab- acher, S. Greengard, Cliff Winkler, A. M. Gohlstein, and Benton Lipp- Illan. The gro/lp meets onee a nlonth. Main obje('tive of the group is to as- sist the Jewish National Fund. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hoch- stadter entertained Mr. and Mrs. Otto Guthm.m, Mrs. Albert Wein- berg and Mrs. Ed Stern at dinner in- formally at their al)artment at the Marlborough Ifouse Saturday night. Eight guests enjoyed hmcheon with Mrs. iIugo Loewy Friday after- noon at her aI)artment at 1;he Gains- When the Herzl Sisterhood an- nounces a party, wolnen who ])ave previously enjoyed their hosl)itality prick up their ears with considerable interest. This time it is a hmcheen which will usher in the social season for the energetic women who comprise the Sisterhood. It is to be held on Tuesday, November Ist at 1 o'clock in the vestry room of the synagogue. From all indic.ttions 1,his party I)renfises to lm full of gayety, warmth, SUlq)lcmenhxl I)y a (lelicious hmeh- con menu under the directorship of the affal)h chairnmn, Mrs. IIarry Cohen, anti her able "tssistants, Mrs. Max Esfehl and Mrs. M. Leol)old. The et)mmittee is tireless in its effort to make of the first 'tffair of the year :1 lnemerable event. "The plensure of having ()lie's f.tvorite partner at bridge is nu ideal way to spend an alltnnlll a[ternoon. ' And Mrs. Soh)mon Millet, president, urges that members and their friends hasten to make up their' tables. Reserva.t;ons may 1)c made by call- ing Ra. 2474 or Pr. 3493. To stimulate interest in 1111: ganm, there are to be lovely prizes as well as a grand door prize, states Mrs. Max Tobi'm, in ('harge of lmblieity. Members of the J. C. R. S. So- ciety are busy with l)rel)al'ations for their annu,d autumn dessert bridge which l,he society is Sl)Onsm'ing on Wednesday, November (.)t,11, nt 12:30 'it the q'emlfle, C, cnter. llostesses for the aft:dr who l.nke the entire responsibility, including alTangelnentsy donations of nmAerial fro' th dessert, in(lividual prizes for each table as well as a l( door prize, are Mesdames: ,I. Glantz, II. Jassny, S. l,otzkar, T. 1)arker, P. Schw'wtz, Ill. Walker aim H. Mesher. Miss Dora Zeeve, president of the society, expects this l)arty to be one which the society will be proud of and as reward for its efforts hopes to see a large attendance of members and friends. ProceEds of this event goes toward the maintenance of the Jewish Consumptive Hospital in Denver. Junior Hadassah members of Se- attle, Tacoma, Portland and Van- Eouver, B. C., are eagerly looking forward to the Junior l[adassah Northwest Conference which is to be held on Nevcmber 12 and 131h. The New Washington Hotel has been named as the center of many affairs. Roma, the Bernard Lindenbcrg- er's Doberm,m Pifischer, accompa- nied Mr. Lindenberger to Alaska a few months ago, but when Mr. Lind- enberger arrived home by plane last week, Roma was one of the greeting party. Whether Roma considers "mal de mer" preferable to "mal d'- air," is debatable, but notwithstand- ing, the massive canine clmse the Steamer "Laklna" for iris return voyage, preceding his master by a fortnight. Small wonder that Mrs. Lindenberger was a bit puzzled when a taxi driver rang the bell two weeks ago and announced that "a young lion is w,fiting to be welcomed home," a very happy animal was he, bounding up the stairs with his luggage, complete to dinner pail, brush and comb. Mrs. Joseph Bridge left Sunday for California to spend several weeks as the guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I. Silver, of Los Angeles. MONTLAKE 24th N. & E. Lynn Montlake Car "10 Phone EAst 1212 Charming Home Rites Unite Miss Abrams, Clyde E. Levy Simplicity characterized the wed" ding rites uniting Miss Rae Abrar, daughter ef Mr. and Mrs. M. J' Abrams, and Mr. Clyde E. Levy, S of Mr. and Mrs. IIarris Levy, day at the home of the bride's cnts. Rabbi Solomon P. Wohl ter performed the marrmge ritual one Celock wMch was hundred guests. The ceremony  followed by a buffet hmeheon. The bride was lovely in smart ab ternoon frock of porto-wine with which she wore a doll hat the same shade and a corsage gardenias and swansonia. She va unattended. The bride's mother wore a brown crepe gown trimmEdi lace. Mrs. Levy, mother of the groom, was wearing navy ])]tle crePe Both had corsages of rose buds a gardenias. The 1)ridal eouplc are hone ing in Southern Calif., aud on retllrn will be at home at the Gr al Apartments. Both attended University ef Washington. Out of town guests were the lu'other-in-law and sister, Mr. Mrs. I[nrry 1Humberg of San cisco, who spent three weeks here guests of their l)arents. ThEy l)artcd for the South Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. Abraham 1)urg bid au revoir to their large cle of friends here. last week they motored to Boston, where will reside. The Ginsburgs arc iginally fr,)m ]oston. Now I Two Features I "HIGGINS "IN OLD, FAMILY" MEXICO' James Gleason William 13oY. d Lucile Glcason $250,000 M ove Russel Gleason Quiz Picture __Andl On i Eastern Circuit VAUDEVILLE 15cTILLIP. LADIES beautiful hair is yours by this new mode hair method . . no lotionJ sre used in setting your hair. tile Sun Lamp treatment insures natural lustre and softneSS' SUN LAMP DRYING BEAUTY SALON 310 Seaboard Bldg. ELiot 1945 rDorothy Sutherland rStasia Draperies Let our Decorators hslP you. 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