The Southern Israelite
Among the Atlantians motoring to
Louisville for the Derby were: Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Hirsch, Mrs. 1.
Schoen, Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Schoen
and Mr. Lawrence Fax.
Mrs. Chas. Wenar of New Orleans
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Wenar on North Decatur Road.
The friends of Miss Evelyn Rosen
berg of Greenwood, S. C., will be Kind
to know that she has recovered from
her recent operation. She and her
mother, Mrs. A. Rosenberg have re
turned home after being the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. M. J.' Rosenberg.
Miss Dinah Tarshes, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. I. Clein,
has returned to her home in New
Mrs. Irving Flower and little
daughter, Shirley Rose, of Birming
ham, have been the guests of their
mother, Mrs. S. Smullian.
Of cordial interest to many friends
throughout the South is the marriage
of Miss Rose Edith Mennen, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mennen, of Chat
tanooga, Tenn., to Wolfe Kay Lefkoff
of Knoxville, Tenn., formerly of At
lanta, Ga., which took place in Chat
tanooga Sunday, April 2H, at noon,
at the Achs Memorial Temple, Rabbi
Samuel R. Shillman officiating.
Mrs. Lefkoff is a very popular mem
ber of the younger set in Chatta
nooga, where she graduated from high
school and later entered Peabody Col
lege in Nashville.
Mr. Lefkoff is the third son of Mr.
and Mrs Charles Lefkoff of Atlanta.
He is a graduate of the 1920 class of
Boys’ High School and the 1924 class
of Georgia Tech, and is a member of
the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Lefkoff left for New York,
where they sailed May 14th on the Le
viathan for an extended tour abroad.
After August they will be at home
to their friends in Knoxville.
Silk Slips $3.49
Should Sell for $4.49
“The sweet girl graduate”
would expect to find ordinary
silk slips at this price. How ex
citing to find such delightfully
heavy quality crepe de Chine
slips at only $3.49.
-Dainty sprays of self em
broidery adorn these flesh
and white slips. Wide shad
ow-proof hems, and inverted
plaits at back for fullness
add to their desirability as
foundations for the gradua
tion frock. Sizes 34 to 44.
Lace Trimmed Slips, $5
How attractive! Exquisite yokes
of deep pointed lace mark these slips
as different. Supple, fine quality
crepe de Chine in flesh and white,
with deep shadow-proof hems, and
inverted plaits at back for fullness
Sizes 34 to 44.
Keely's Second Floor—Back.
The formal dance given by the Tau
Epsilon Fraternity Saturday eve
ning was in honor of its graduating
senior members. The dance was gi\en
at the Standard Club. Mu Chapter of
Emory University and Phi Chapter
of Georgia Tech represented the par
The hall was decorated for the
occasion in lavender and white, rep
resenting the fraternity colors and
orange and blue and gold and white
representing Emory and Tech colors.
Music was rendered by Harry Po-
mar and his orchestra.
Many out of town visitors were
present. Among the young ladies pres
ent were: The Misses Sarah Stein-
burg, Elsie Levinson, Ethel Pearlman,
Belle Pearlman, Ann Gordon. Helen
Sokal, Addie Von Stavoren, Sadie
Shepard, Estelle Moore, Evelyn
Levinson, Pearl Levinson, Lena Ger-
schow, Pearl Proger, Vivian Fried
man, Mamie Robbins, Billie Berman,
Ethel Abelman, Lena Abelman, Ruth
Eisenberg, Fan Gold, Rose Green,
Sarah Kurtz and others.
The active members and pledges of
the two chapters of the fraternity are
the Messrs. Phil Levinson, Max Au
gustine, Sam Proger, Milton Garnett,
Eli Israels, James Heinberg, Jack
Silver, A1 Augustine, Jerome Cohen,
Horace Luntz, Morris Hitt, Joseph
Diamond, R. Dewitt Brener, H. Oscar
Wise, Harold Haskell, Louis Lefkoff,
Nathan Sugarman, and Joseph Spei-
vak. Many alumni and friends were
The chaperones for the occasion
were Mr. and Mrs. B. Luntz, Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Kriegshaher, Mr. and
Mrs. B. Weinberg and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Mohr and Mr
and Mrs. Jack M. Lundie are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Davis on
An interesting visitor in the city i>
Miss Reine Kahn of New Orleans
who is spending several weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch.
Mrs. Nat Ullman was called to
Montgomery, on account of the se
rious illness of her aunt, Mrs B .1
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Liysitz of Jas
per, Fla., announce the engagement
of their daughter, Helen to Mr. A. L
Eisenson, of Bainbridge, the date of
the wedding to be announced later.
Mrs. B. Z. Phillips, Mrs. Fred Bar
nett, Mrs. L. J. Elsas and Miss Rosa
lie Mayer, are at French Lick
Springs. They also attended the Ken
tucky Derby in Louisville.
Mrs. A1 Goldstein and son. Martin
Maier of New York City, were visit
ing their mother, Mrs. M. M. Cohen.
The Misses Cecilia Tesler, Mary
Tesler and Perle Bokritzky and the
Messrs. Harry Wengida, Rubin A.
Cohen and Sol Golden spent Sunday
The many friends of Miss Rae
Rosenberg will regret to learn of her
illness at the Piedmont Sanitarium.
Miss Evelyn Rose w-ho has been
spending the past month in New York
has returned to her home in Atlanta
Mrs. Julia Warner Simon of Au
gusta. formerly of Statesville, N. C.,
announces the engagement of her
daughter. Bessie Rae, to S. Allen
Cohen of Augusta, the marriage to
take place in the fall.
Mrs. A. Lillienthal and Mrs. Ben
Wiseberg have returned from Savan
nah, w'here they were called by the
death of their brother and uncle, Mr
Mrs. Charles Adler is in New York
the guest of her son and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. David Goldberg.
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