The Southern Israelite
Mr , Abe Rich of Birmingham,
Lent several days in the city.
Mr and Mrs. Louis Regenstein have
Lturned from New York.
Mrs. Leo Strauss is visiting in
Mr- \lvin Kohn and Mrs. Henry
:, )bu s of Dallas, Texas, have re-
Mrs. Sarah Strauss was “at home”
Kim day, May 12th, celebrating her
uth birthday. Many friends called
Ling the afternoon and the occa-
;„n was a most happy one.
Mrs. Carl Goettinger and young
In, Leon, are spending several weeks
[ n New Orleans, Louisiana.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haas have
turned from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rabinowitz
announce the engagement of their
[laughter, Dora, to Dr. Simon H.
Mr. Harry I. Davis has returned
■om New York and Springfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jacobs, and
Ir. Leonard W ise have returned to
[heir home in Birmingham.
Mrs. Sam Pinkussohn of Savannah
spent several days in the city.
Mr. .Jacob Elsas is in Hot Springs,
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bryer of Nash-
lle, Tenn., spent several days in the
Mr. Louis Teittebaum, of Memphis,
" returned home.
Mrs. George Kohn has recovered
"in her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Montag have re-
rne< l from New York.
•* r * David Cronheim of Birming-
l| 'i. spent a few days in the city.
L. v 1 • an d Mrs. Ben Hay, of New
I >k, were interesting visitors in At-
r a f°r several days.
, ‘ r- and Mrs. Gus Hoffman and
[ ' nard Hoffman have returned
r n,c Dom Baltimore, Maryland.
I Mis. A. Ferst has returned to her
r jme In Baltimore.
•Irs Isaac Liebman is visiting her
ri? L., daughter ’ Dr - and Mr s. Mark
wn&child in New York.
"fb* tiionds of Mrs. Morris
of Memphis, Tenn., will
now that she is recuperati
| recent operation.
[ Mr. L. J. Haas
r n 3 business trip.
is out of the city
JEWISH WOMAN’S CLUB
The regular monthly meeting of the
Jewish Woman’s Club was held Mon
day evening, May 13th, at 8 o’clock at
the clubhouse on Washington St. The
meeting was conducted as a Southern
Meeting, Mrs. Herbert Taylor, pro
gram chairman, presenting a South
ern program, and the refreshments
served were typical Southern dishes.
Of first importance was the recom
mendation to the body of the new by
laws for adoption.
Miss Lillian Single having sent in
her resignation as corresponding
secretary, the office will be filled by
Miss Esther Seigel with Mrs. H.
Axelrod as assistant corresponding
Mrs. Mendel Boorstin, chairman of
the civic department, announced that
splendid work was accomplished dur
ing National Music Week by a very
beautiful musical program arranged
by Miss Mary Tennenbaum and given
at the club on May 5th.
The membership drive is drawing
to a close. The slogan for the drive is
“Every member bring a member.”
Mrs. H. Taylor, chairman of the
drive, has given a great deal of time
to this campaign and the co-opera
tion of the membership is urged in or
der that a good showing can be made.
JUNIOR II ADD ASS AII
One of the most interesting Junior
Hadassah meetings of the year was
the “picnic meeting” held at Camp
Victor, the lovely summer home of
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kriegshaber, on
Sunday, May 5th. All paid-up mem
bers and new members were invited
to participate in the delightful al
After a picnic spread, the meeting
was presided over by the vice-presi
dent, Miss Sara Shuman. Committee
reports were given, the feature of the
afternoon being the report of the
nominating committee. Their recom
mendations included Miss Rae Rosen
berg, for president; Miss Polly Ger-
shon, first vice-president; Miss Gladys
Shuman, second vice-president; Miss
Rose Schrieber, corresponding secre
tary; Miss Lillian Esserman, assis
tant corresponding secretary; Miss
Frances Heilman, recording secre
tary; Miss Gertrude Wald, treasurer;
and Miss Lynn Rittenbaum, financial
secretary. Nominations from the body
were also held.
The delightful conclusion was a
travesty on a court room scene por
trayed by several of the members.
Miss Sarah Gershon was responsible
for this amusing entertainment.
The final meeting of the year will
be the annual “Mother-Daughter
Day” meeting and will be held the
last Sunday in May.
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