Tiie Southern Israelite
Mr. and Mrs. I. Copeland of Bir
mingham, Ala., were the recent week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. Kop-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Levy enter
tained at a reception, April 7th in
honor of Miss Edith Rau, of New
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Levison an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Regina, to David J. Meyer-
hardt, son of the late Judge and Mrs.
Max Meyerhardt, of Rome, Georgia.
which Mrs. Jake Ahekon was hostess.
The guests invited included the Mes-
dames David Rosenblum, Bertha Klein,
Ben Dressier, Nathan Sinkovitz, and
Abe Goldstein, Mrs Abe Solomon and
Mrs. Harry Daneman both of Chat
tanooga, Tenn., and the Misses Mollie
Dressier, Celia Dressier and Perle
The guest of honor was presented
with a jewelled frame. Top score was
won by Miss Perle Dokritzky and
Mrs. Sinkovitz won the “booby”
prize. Mrs. Den Dressier cut the
Mr. and Mrs. Den Fuchs, with their
daughter and son, Jean and Louis,
have motored to Chicago to celebrate
the golden w'edding anniversary of
Mr. Fuch’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jacobs and
Mrs. A. T. Wise of Birmingham are
the guests of Miss Daisy Jacobs. Mr.
and Mrs. Marcus Feuchtwanger, of
Pittsburgh, Pa., passed through At
lanta from Honolula to visit Mr.
David Steinheimer, who was an old
friend of their parents.
Among the many social compli- Mrs. Nathan Sinkovitz was hostess
ments rendered to Mrs. D. II. Rosen- at an eight table bridge on Tuesday
blum during her recent visit to At- afternoon, April the 9th, at her home
lanta was the bridge-luncheon at on Jackson St.
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Moss have re
turned from Charleston.
Of cordial interest to a host of
friends throughout the South and East
is the announcement of the marriage
of Miss Belle Clein of this city and
Mr. Harry Friedman of New York
City. The marriage ceremony which
was performed at high noon, March
31st by Rabbi Tobias Geffen, was
witnessed by a group of relatives and
close friends of the young couple.
Rabbi David Marx addressed the as
semblage immediately following the
The bride was attended by her
aunt, Miss Dinah Tarshes, who acted
as maid of honor. Mr. Sam Levy was
the groom’s best man.
The bride entered with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Clein. She was
gowned in a becoming model of brown
and tan crepe with harmonizing ac
cessories. She wore a lovely corsage
of orchids and valley lilies.
Following the ceremony the bride
and groom left for a motor trip to
New York City where they will make
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among those visiting Magnolia G
dens in Charleston.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levison, 01
* oungstown, Ohio, have returnee
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wellhouse are
in Atlantic City.
Mrs. W. W. Visanska returned
this week after having spent
weeks visiting in New York, 1
del phi a and Baltimore with her d;
ter, Horette, who is a stude
Among the out-of-town guests
came to Atlanta recently to meet
Nahum Sakolow were Mr. Ben C*
blum and Mrs. Ernest Marks of
nungham, Mr. Louis Winer of (
tanooga and Miss Mary Frank of
city. Miss Frank spent several
here as the guest of Miss Rae Rc
The Misses Lillie Bleich and
Baker, who are connected with
• P. A. office are spending se
days in Atlanta.
Messrs. Jacob and Joseph Haa*
students at the University of Michi'
gan, are spending their spring vara'
tion in Atlanta.
vuuv.pn geyser, of Kansas
City and Los Angeles, spent several
days in the city as the guest of Mr
and Mrs. Henry Bauer.
Mrs. H. Raugh of Indianapolis, Ind
has returned home after a visit to
Mrs. Wm. Kingdon and Mrs. V. H
The regular meeting of the Jewish
Woman’s Club was held Monday
night, April 8th, at 8 o’clock at the
clubhouse on Washington St.
Mrs. Herbert Taylor, chairman of
the membership drive now in pro
gress, urged that every member re
member the slogan, “Every member
bring a member.” A lovely program
had been arranged for the meeting
Mrs. E. Mandle, assisted by Mrs. D
Wise and Mrs. F. Gottesman, were
in charge of refreshments.
Mrs. M. L. Kahn, president of the
club announced that Mrs. D. L. Wise
had been appointed chairman of the
work with the Atlanta Better Films
committee. Mrs. Wise has been con
nected with the Better Films work
for three years, and the club con
siders that they have a very com
petent representative in her.
Mrs. V. H. Kriegshaber has been
re-elected real estate chairman for
the coming year.
Miss Rosalind Elsas of New York
has been the guest for several weeks
of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Elsas.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wiseberg
have returned from Magnolia Gar
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowenstein are
at St, Simons. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Haas have recently returned from
Mr. Geo. M. Kohn, Jr., is spending
the spring holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Kohn. He has
as his guest Mr. Pete W T olf, of New
Orleans, who is also a student at ^ale.
Mrs. B. Z. Phillips has returned
from New York.
Mrs. Henry Rosenberg returned
from Fort Myers, Florida, where she
has been visiting her parents.
Mrs. Ralph Rosenbaum has been
visiting in Chicago and St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hurvich o
Birmingham, Ala., were the guests o
their mother, Mrs. Harry Cohen.
Mrs. Joseph R. Sternberg, of Bris
tol, Tenn., is expected Monday 0
spend two weeks with her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Visanska.