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Wed at Birmingham Ceremony
Birmingham, Ala., April 4 Impres
sively solemnized in the presence of a
representative assemblage of relatives
and friends, the marriage of Miss
Julia Weil, lovely daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee B. Weil, and Morris
Hirsch, of Atlanta, took place Thurs
day evening at 7:30 o’clock in the
ballroom of the Tutwiler hotel. The
marriage vows were read by Dr. Mor
ris Newfield. Preceding the ceremony
Mrs. Ike Saks sang a group of nup
tial songs. A program of impressive
music was rendered during the cere
mony by Miss Regina Marx. Mem
bers of the wedding party passed
down an aisle marked by white satin
ribbons and formed an effective group
before the altar. On either side of
the altar were groups of candelabra,
which alternated with silver stand
ards filled with Easter lilies and
white snapdragons. Garlands of smi-
lax festooned the walls and wall vases
were filled with spring flowers, tulips
snapdragons and Easter lilies.
The bridesmaids were exquisite fig
ures in frocks of point d’esprit, in all
colors of the rainbow. The gowns
were fashioned with deep berthas and
long, fitted bodices. The skirts, made
with uneven hemlines, tapered on
each side and fell to the floor in the
back. The first two maids wore
pink; the second, blue, and the maid
of honor, Miss Ailene Freitag, of At
lanta, was costumed in yellow. The
matron of honor, Mrs. Leonard Haas,
of Atlanta, sister of the groom, wore a
stunning frock of chartreuse green.
The maids were Miss Peggy Hirsch,
of Atlanta; Miss Melanie Dennery
and Miss Alice Wilzin, of New Or
leans, and Miss Hattie Hazel Wolff,
of Birmingham. All the attendants
carried arm bouquets of shaded sweet
peas in pastel colors, contrasting with
the gowns. Little Merle Herzfeld,
flower girl, was a dainty figure in
ivory point d’esprit, with skirt formed
of tiny ruffles. A bow of pink rib
bon was fastened at the back and fell
in streamers to hem.
The lovely bride entered with her
father, by whom she was given in
marriage. She was charming in her
bridal gown of white wedding-ring
satin. The long fitted bodice extended
below the waist, tapering into the wide
ruffles of tulle which formed the
skirt. A yoke of chiffon was elabo
rately beaded in seed pearls and long,
tight sleeves extended over the hand.
Long tulle veil was fastened to a
Juliet cap of rose-point lace, which
had been worn by the bride’s mother
on her wedding day, and a small ca-
buchon of orange blossoms was fast
ened at the back of the cap, and she
carried a white satin Bible, with a
spray of orchids.
Sidney Smith, of Atlanta, was best
man for Mr. Hirsch and the grooms
men included Stanley Erdreich, Ben
nett Rich, Herbert Hafter and Walter
Levy, of Birmingham; Max Nuss-
baum, Henry Hirsch, Leonard Haas,
of Atlanta, and Julius Schloss, of Bal
Immediately after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Weil were hosts at a recep
tion. Mrs. Weil received her guest*
wearing a costume of black chiffon
embroidered in metal-cloth flowers’
Her corsage was of orchids. Mrs M
L. Hirsch, mother of the groom, was
a distinguished figure in cream’lace
with a corsage bouquet of orchids. ’
An immense white cake, beautifully
embossed, formed the central motif 0 f
the bride’s table, the cake garlanded
with hothouse smilax, centered with
lilies of the valley and pastel shades
of sweet peas. Multi-colored electric
lights glowed on the table, and mints
and bon bons, in shape of flowers
embossed with pastel colors, added to
effectiveness of appointments. The
host and hostess and members of the
wedding party stood between two tall
silver standards, which were filled
with Easter lilies and white snap-
Mr. Hirsch and his bride left for
their wedding trip to Cuba, Panama
and Guatemala. They will be at home
upon their return in Atlanta.
The marriage was one of wide in
terest in many southern cities and rep
resentatives of Atlanta, New Orleans
and Memphis society were present a:
the wedding. The bride, who has been
a popular member of Birmingham so-
siety throughout her school days, re
ceived her education at Glen Eden, in
Stamford, Conn. Mr. Hirsch was edu
cated at the University of Georgia and
makes his home in Atlanta, where he
and his bride will live. He comes of
an interesting Georgia family which
has figured prominently in the his
tory of the state.
Among the out-of-town guests who
were noted at the wedding were Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Hirsch, M. Hirsch, Mrs. Pauline
Hirsch, Mrs. S. A. Visanska, Mr. and
Mrs. Simon Freitag, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Schoen, Dave Schoen, Oscar Straus?
and Dr. Marx, of Atlanta; Ben Weil.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Weil, Mr. and
Mrs. Mose Barnett, Mrs. Gus Isaac,
of Evansville, Ind.; Mrs. and Mrs.
Leon Abrahms, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Loeb, of Louisville; Leonard Hirsch.
of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gas-
seheimer, Mrs. Helen Cadden and
Misses Bessie and Alma Cadden, of
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP.
MF.NT, CIRCULATION, ETC., REqilR» l)
BY THE ACT OF CONCRESS 01
AUGUST 24, 1912,
Of The Southern Israelite, published month!?
at Atlanta, Ga., for April 15. 1929.
State of Georgia,
County of Fulton, as.
Before me, a Notary Public, in and for * *
State and county aforesaid, personal y
peared M. Stephen Schiffer, who, having ^
duly sworn according to law, deposes | n . '
that he is the editor and owner of the So
Israelite, and that the following «,
best of his knowledge and belief, a true ^ ^
ment of the ownership, management (a
daily paper, the circulation), etc., of tne
said publication for the date shown August
above caption, required by the Act oi .
24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Pos
and Regulations, printed on the reverse
form, to-wit: u
1. That the names and addressee of th*^,
Usher, editor, managing editor, anu tep hen
managers are: Name of Publisher. M- g tii
Schiffer; Post office address, 161 »p. n «£ing
N. W., Atlanta. Ga.; Editor, same:
Editor, same; Business Managers, saro
2. That the owner is: M. Stephen
Atlanta, Ga. ^ e<J _
3. That the known bondholders, w-iding
and other security holders owning 0
1 per cent .or more of total amount
mortgages, or other securities are: m