The Southern Israelite
Miss Lavinia Greenblatt, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Greenblatt,
was one of about seventy students
from Lasell seminary, Auburndale,
Mass., who was a member of the an
nual excursion from Lasell to the
White Mountains, in New Hampshire.
Mrs. A. J. Perlinski and Mrs. S.
Abrahams were joint hostesses at a
bridge luncheon at the Henry Grady
Hotel, honoring Mrs. Julius Shack,
of New York City, formerly Miss Ro
salie Aronson. Luncheon was served
in the Green Room.
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Montag are
touring Florida. Mrs. A. Shulhafer,
of Savannah, is accompanying them on
Mrs. Joe Finklestein has returned
from Chattanooga, Tenn. where she
was the guest of her sister.
Mr. Dan Liss of New York City
was a recent visitor to Atlanta.
Miss Dinah Tarshes of New York
City continues to be the feted guest
of her sister, Mrs. I. Clein.
Mr. Irving Levy Marries
Miss Mollie Clein
Characterized by much beauty and
elaborate detail was the marriage of
Miss Mollie Clein and Mr. Irving Le
vy which took place Sunday evening,
February 24th at 7:30 o’clock at the
Ahavith Achim Synagogue on Wash
ington St. Rabbi Harry Epstein per
formed the impressive ceremony.
The synagogue was decorated with
palms, smilax, ferns and gladioli and
was a fitting bachground for the love
Preceding the ceremony, Miss Pau
line Clein sang “0 Promise Me” and
“I Love You Truly.”
The bride, who entered on the arm
of her father, Mr. B. Clein, was lovely
in a bridal gown of white satin and
real lace. She carried bridal roses
and lilies of the valley. Miss Evelyn
( lein was her sister’s maid of honor.
Mr. Max Cuba acted as best man.
1 he attendants gowned in blending
shades of pastel crepe and chiffons
included the Misses Jeannette Clein,
Doris Clein, Estelle Moore of Carroll
ton, Esther Clein, Pearl Clein and
I’earl Levy. The groomsmen were the
Messrs. Harry Clein, Harry Wengrow,
< harles Bergman, Harry Cohen, Moses
Goldberg, and Harry Lefkoff.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Tenenbaum, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Levy, Mrs. B. Clein, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Moore of Carrollton, and
Mr. M. Clein, also attended the bride
and groom. Little Annabel Bach and
Joy Gottesman were flower girls while
Master Bootsie Clein was ring-bearer.
Immediately following the ceremony
an elaborate wedding supper was serv
ed at the Jewish Woman’s Club. Danc
ing was enjoyed afterward. Mr. Levy
and his bride left during the evening
for a wedding trip to New York and
other points East.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haas have re
turned from Cuba and Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Marks, of
harleston, motored home Sunday, af
ter a visit of several weeks to Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Ferst.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hirsch and
Mrs. B. Z. Phillips are in Florida.
Miss Daisy Jacobs is spending a
couple of weeks in Birmingham, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jacobs
and Mrs. A. T. Wise.
Mrs. B. Chanin of Greenville, S. C.
is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Irv
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis have re
turned from Florida.
Mr. Sidney Herzenberg was in the
The Misses Cecelia and Mary Tes
ter have returned from a month’s stay
in New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Elasa and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schwab have re
turned from New Orleans and Gulf
Mr. Clarence Miller was in the city
Mrs. A. Ferst and Mrs. Herbert
Bergunder and young son, of Balti
more, are spending several weeks at
1050 Ponce de Leon.
Miss Helen Mendel, who attends
school at the University of Ala
bama, was the week-end guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Mendel.
Miss Gertie Wilensky, who is
studying at the University of Georgia,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
mother, Mrs. Ida Wilensky.
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