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PAGE FOUR THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT, SEATTLE NOVEMBER 25, 1938 0VEBER Social and Persor00al Events of the Week SARA MICHELSON &apos; ELISE LURIE   : WEet 6834 . ,. U. Of W. Assistant Football Coach Will ' Wed Young Musician Miss Sonia L. Wachtin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Waehtin will become tile bride of Mr. A. H. Spear, soil of Mr. and Mrs. L. Spear of Chicago, on Sunday, November 27th, at 1 o'clock. Rabbi Philip A. Langh will read the marriage rites in i: !i his study before members of the family and immediate friends. At 5 o'clock, a dinner will be served at the home of tile bride's parents. Miss Wachtin, a charming girl, is a brilliant pianist. She was gradu- ated from Cornish School of Music. Iler fiance received his degree from  tile University of Washington and is assistant footl)all coach at the uni- " versity. For the ceremony, the bride will don a wine colored wool ensemble trimmed ill beaver with brown hat and brown accessories. Her corsage will be of orchids. For the dinner Miss Wachtin will wear a black din- ner freck with gayly colored metallic jacket. The bride- and groom-to-be will leave for an extended trip to Chicago following the dinner. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Wachtin will wear a black afternoon gown with gardenias 'rod lillies of the valley at the shoulder. Miss Edith Friedberg and her brother, Mr. Edward Friedberg, have returned from an enjoyable three weeks' motor trill to Sire Francisco. Miss Marjory Gross left for San Francisco to spend several weeks as the guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pollack. Its another girl at the Berman Schoenfehl, Jrs., born at the May- nard Ihlsl)ital, Friday, and joins a sister, Susan. Tlm child's name is Leslie. Mrs. S(.hoenfeld is the former Mimi Lees. Joining in happy con- gratulations are the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Lees and Mr. Berman Schoenfeld, Sr. CHILDREN'S GOOD JUNIOR BOOT SHOP Medical-Dental Bldg. 515 OLIVE WAY EL. 8680 I BUY D I R E CT--T] FROM MAKER I Mattresses rebuilt nd I recovered ...... I Get Our Prices on New I Mattresses. Your old [ mattress melo spring [ filled at reasonable [ prices ........ I DENISON MATTRESS CO. [ You are cordially invited to visit,-- THE DEL-TEET FURNITURE COMFANY 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 DINE OUT TONIGHT Kosher Style Food --As You Like It Change of Menu Each Day 4COURSE DINNER-- HARRY'S BOHEMIAH CAFE I. LUXENBERG L2 Sixth Ave. SE. 9269 MRS. OTTO GUTHMAN.. she devises "ways and means." Mrs. Guthman, the past eight years chairman for the Annual City-Wide card parties which are given in the interest of the Health and Recreation Fund of the Jewish Welfare Society, to aid sick and crippled children. Sunday night Seattle Jewry will be going to the Temple Center en mass to attend one of the most important social and philan- thropic events of the season--the Annual Welfare Evening party. A turkey dinner will be served from 6 to 8 o'clock. Dancing, cards, novel games--fun for all. Get your reservations in NOW. Mrs. A. M. Goldstein is ticket chairman. Synagogue Wedding Arousing interest in Sephardic circles this week is the apl)roaching wedding of Miss Mary Sedis, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scdis, and Mr. Isaac Ovadia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ovadia. It is to bc a synagogue mtLrriagc at 5 Cclock on Sund'Ly at the Sel)hardic Bikur Chohun. A reception will folh)w that evening at 9 o'clock in the Wimlsor Room of tim New Washington llotel. Al)out four lmn(tred guests have been invii.ed to the ceremony "rod re- ception. The A. Z. A. Mother's Club will be hosts at a no-host luncheon hon- oring Mrs. M. Adelson of Oakland, Calif., on Saturday at 12:30 o'clock at the Mayflower Hotel. Mrs. Adel- son will be guest speaker at the A.Z.A. convention held in the city this week-end. Teserwttions for the hmcheon may be made by calling Mrs. Lou Cohen, Prospect 3458. Limited to two hundred reserwL- tieRs, the ammal dinner of tile Zeta Beta Tau Mothers' Club will take place on Saturday evening, Decem- ber 3rd, at seven o'clock at the fraternity's 1)eautiful chal)ter house, 4547 19th Ave. N. E. Mrs. Samuel Welters and Mrs. Jules Giant are planning the dinner which will be prepared especially by members of the club. Mrs. Archie Kaufman, East 1809, and Mrs. Har- old Offer, president, Prospect 5316, are in charge of reservations. Others assisting are Mesdames Alfons Schwarz, Myer Newberger and Jacoh Keiter. The affair is ellen to all friends of the fraternity and members and friends of the Mothers' Club. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wolf stone announce tile Bar Mitzwdl of their son, Stanley, Saturday morning, No- vember 26th, at Temple de llirsch. In honor of the occasion, Mr. and Mrs. Wolfstone will be hosts at a re- ception at their home, 1915 Eaton Place, Sun(lay afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipken have moved to their new brick bung- dew at 321 Temnle Place. NEN Your most highly prized and delicate linens receive the gentlest treatment Jr. Council Sabbath Friday, November 25th, hts been design.tted by all active, nation-wide chal)ters of Junior Council 'is tile of- ficial (l'de f()r the annual fe.ture of C<mncil Sallliath. in Seattle, Fran- ces IIanchin, i)resident, and Yetis J.lffe, vice llresident, will participate in the Friday night service at Temple Center. A tea hour will folh)w the services, at which all Junior C,mncil gMs will act "is hosl,esses. Contemporary world affairs are the nucleus :wound which a special study group has been formed. In charge of the classes is Mary Sloy. Captain Cecilia Wegodsky of the good ship "Council Capers," sclmd- uled to stem into port on Sunday, November 27th, reports a full hold of fun and frolic in store for all hearties who plan to attend this gala event. The place: The D.A.R. lIouse. The time: 8 to 12. 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)  Learn To Dance Take 1 or 2 Lessons STEVEN'S Day and Evenings No Spectators FREE TRIAL 1930 Westlake SE. 9903 East Union Cleaners AUTHORIZED CLEEN-CRAFT Cleaning, Pressing, TMlortng WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER 2200 East Union St. CAp. 9679 LADIES beautiful hair Is yours by this new modern hair method . . no lotions are used in setting your hair., the Sun Lamp treatment insures natural lustre and softness. SUN LAMP DRYING BEAUTY SALON Sl0 Seaboard Bldg. ELiot 194 DorotiJy Sutherland ,rStasia Dvorak WE CLEAN .n=y =d = Ill '1' 'St00 SO Ill beautiful as new. Phone SEneca 0711 AND DRY CLEANING--SEATTLE Impressive Thanksgiving Day Services Preceded Many Feasts With the words of Thanksgiving prayers still warm on their llps and deep gratitude in their hearts, Seattle Jewry partook of the traditional Thanksgiving feast yesterday, after attending services of Thanksgiving. Temple de Ittrsch followed its yearly custom of holding union ser- vices Thanksgiving morning, to which all other congregations in the city and all organizations are invited to participate. As usual, this is primarily a holiday where family gatherings predom- inate. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Friedman were dinner hosts at their home to the Friedman family--including Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stern and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pickard. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Koch and family dined with the M. A. Newhergers. A family group gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Goldfarb Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. John Danz were hosts to the A. M. Goldstein fanfily, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Danz; their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. For- man; and Mrs. Clara Goldstein, of Portland. The R. E. Langs, Mr. "rod Mrs. J. E. Frank, Mrs. J. C. Lang, Mrs. L. Frank dined with Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Schoenfeld. A family group enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grunl)aum. They had twenty guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Friednvul were hosts to twelve friends. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Guth- m.tn's guests were their son-in- law mid daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nchocnfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schoenfehl and Dr. Paul Barnass. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Krom had a family dinner at heine. l)ining with their mot,her, Mrs. Joseph Weinstein: Mr. "rod Mrs. Adolph Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Max Weinstein and Mr. and Mrs. 'ROUND TOWN Mr. and Mrs. Michael Green are being welcomed home after an inter- esting motor trip extending several weeks which took them to West Vir- ginia and other E.mtern States. Mr. Green, who is a delmty United States marshal, went on official business to Alderson, W. Va., where the govern- ment m.dnt'fins a women's federal institution for the cure of narcotics. Among the interesting, and to Westerners, strange sights, was their visit to the Blue Ridge Mountains, recently made famous by a number of "child marriages." On their return the Greens visited relatives in Cleveland and Chicago. They encountered snow after leaving Nebraska. Irving M. Buxbaum and their sons, Merritt and Joel. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown entertained guests at dinner at their home. Mrs. I. Itkin left for Portland to spend the holiday season with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Irwin Wolff. The Victor Strick- ers are having a small dinner group. Partaking of the tranditonal Thanks- giving bird at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. Shucklin, were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levitt, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shenson. Mrs. II. M. Shenson of San Francisco and Dr. Berthold M'mheim, recently from Germany. (I)r. Manheim is a cousin of the Louis Ilamersloughs). Thanksgiving Day, incidentally, marks tim 24th wedding anniversary of the Lcvitts. Mr. and Mrs. Thee. Schoenfeld have asked as their guests, their sons- in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Abeles of Salem, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weisfield, and Mr. Mercy Weisfield of Tacoma. The Max Silvers had twelve mem- bers of the family with them for dinner. Dining with Mrs. L. B. Bards and her son, Donald, in the Georgian Room of the OlymlfiC, were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bards, their children, Jaclyn .rod Teddy. The Simon Burnctt family joined the Burnetts from Everett and Tacoma for Thanksgiving l)ay at; the Morris Burnetts in Chehalis. Mr. 'rod Mrs. Leo Steinhauer lind sixteen guests as did also Mr. and Mrs. llarry Cohen of Mt. B'ker Park. The Nathan Ecksteins were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lindenherger on Thanksgiving eve, very informally, l)r. and Mrs. N. W. Clein were (limmr hosts t,) tlmir mother, Mrs. Gose Clein and her family and to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W. Webber. A small group were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. If land. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wolfstone en- tertained with a dinner at home. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Anschell had invited a large group of guests for turkey dinner. The Simon Golubs had dinner guests with them. Council Membership Tea Promises To Be Charming Affair "This year, our Membership Te, which will be held at Temple Center on Wednesday, November 30th, at two o'clock, is being ar- ranged with a view to inject a "new note" of individuality," de- dared Mrs. Robert Shapiro, mere" bership chairman of the Seattle Section, National Council of Jewish Women, who is planning this impor!" ant affair. "Mrs. Rose, our prest- dent,will present high lights of the Western Interstate Conference, to vividly illustrate our various projects effecting our own community as well as work being carried on with four hundred ottmr sections of the Nation al Council throughout the country. This concerted work of forty thoUS" and women is of prime importance today in aiding Jewry throughout the world--and right now the Ns- tional Council office, even with its greatly augmented personnel, i worldng feverishly to take care of the flood of communications fro$ South America, Africa, and eve" China, pleading for help for them* selves or asking assistance in ices(* ing European relatives. In charge of refreshments will be Mrs. Leonard Degginger, assisted by Mrs. Max Nayberger and Mrs. Harry Cohen. Aiding Mrs. Shapiro are Mrs. Arthur Bernstein, telephone chairman, and Mrs. Robert Eilem berg, co-chairman. Four comrik tee chairmen will pour: Mrs. 0it0 Guthman, German children's aid; Mrs. George Wolfe, second vice l)residcnt in charge of tile Council Bulletin; Mrs. Lewis Finks, servi to the foreign born; and Mrs. LoaiS Nudelman, ]ducational Center. The purpose of the tea is to honor the many new meml)ers. 'he ofticerS m; h)oldng forward to all Council members I)eing present and hoPe each will l)eing a prospective member' Nowl Two First-Run Featuresl GENE BORIS AUTRY KARLOFF "Prairie "Mr. Wong Moon" Detectuve i__Plus, on the Stage...- Eastern Circuit-1 VAUDEVILLE J 15C TILL 1 P. M.-OPEN 11A "M S Entertaining at dinner at their home Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sehoenfeld has as their guests the James E. Franks, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Schoenfeld and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rosenberg. Among football enthusiasts back in town from Portland where they at- tended the Oregon-Washington game are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bards. Mrs. Bards met her husband in Portland on his return from the East. A four- some who motored there were Mr, and Mrs. Robert Thorns and Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldman. A group of coeds included Misses Gertrude Chess, Inez Goldstein, Carolyn Myers and Eleanor Blitz. Visiting in town from San Fran- cisco is Mrs. Ludwig Frank, who is the house guest of her son and daugh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Frank. Mrs. Edgar Schwabacher who has been in San Francisco for a few weeks is expected to return this week-end. The first unit of the Seattle Early American Glass Society met with Mrs. Nathan Eckstein, a lover and collector of early American glass, at her home Monday for hmcheon. Mrs. James Gould slmke on "Bh)wn Glass." After spending several weeks with her son-in-law and (laughter, Mr. and Mrs. Itarold Barde, Mrs. W. H. Hahlo, left Tuesday for Salt Lake City, to be with her granddaughters, Betsy Anne and Eloise, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bamberger, while Mr. and Mrs. Bamberger arc visiting in New York. Mr. Bamberg- er in on one of tile committees for the New York Exlmsition. Friends of Mrs. S. D. Arnstein will be hal)l)y to hear that she has returned from the hospital and is re- cuperating at the home of her daugh- ter, Ms. I,eo Steinhauser. Coat a'Bargai00 From stock or custom made to your order. Fashionable, Quality Fur Coats in . . . Persian Lamb, Hudson Seal, Caracul, Russian Pony, Kid Lamb.  RE-STYLING - REMODELING AT REASONABLE PRICEg cPvubin's 00turs CORNER MADISON AND WESTERN AVE. RHODES Home-0mned 2nd at Union Hours 10 to 5,30 Rhodes TOYTOWN is open with values galore! All-Steel Velocipede Just one of many good gift values in Rhodes toys. Dur- able, well built velocipede with 12-in. front ball bearing wheel. Adjustable, rear step plates, rubber handle grips. $3.95 Rhodes, TOYS, 4th Floor. A Deposit Will Hold Your Selection. .( racom orkm, rsday,Y( 0nor of lie 1 general sf Circle s ers in thf kin. He v /at Tahm :0 P. m. she ih Conditi PC." r, Baskin is ! branches lea will be a made. .a Offermar ome! 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