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MISS LEWIS WEDS MR. BERMAN
Set in a background of trees, with
the lawn as a natural carpet, the wed
ding of Miss Fay Emily Lewis, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lewis, of
Lexington, to Mr. Joseph E. Berman,
of Atlanta, was solemnized recently on
the spacious grounds of “Faymorcele,
the home of the bride’s father in Lex
The ceremony was performed on the
elevated brick veranda of the home.
The altar was arranged between two
tall white pillars, with intertwined
smilax and wistaria topping the pil
lars. Behind the altar were banked
palms, ferns and baskets of pink glad
ioli lighted by cathedral lights.
The wedding party entered from two
sides of the home, coming in to the
rear of the seated guests and contin
uing down a wide aisle to the altar.
Preceding the bride, who was giv
en in marriage by her father, were
junior bridesmaid and groomsman,
little Patsy Kier and Gus Herrman-
man of Lexington; two flower girls,
little Lois Brady and Rose Davis Hy
man, of Lexington, and a ring bearer,
Betty Jane Masur, of Monroe, La.
Mrs. Morris Lewis was the matron
of honor and her gown was flesh-col
ored lace over chiffon.
The nine bridesmaids wore gowns
of flesh-colored chiffon, made short in
front and long in hack.
They were Mrs. Pauline Kanner, of
Jacksonville; Miss Elaine Lewis, of
Jackson, Miss.; Miss Elaine Berman,
of Blakely, Ga.; Miss Sylvia Lewis, of
New York; Miss Ethel Sullivan, of At
lanta; Miss Pauline Kiersky, of Jack-
son; M iss Henrietta Bauman, of Mem
phis, and Miss Rosa Mae Herrman, of
Ix'xington. Mr. Berman, of Camilla,
Ga., brother of the bridegroom, was
the best man. Groomsmen were Mr.
Leroy Paris, of Durant, Miss.; Mr.
Louis Frohsin, of Atlanta; Mr. Elkin
Herbert, of Jacksonville, and Mr. I.
R. Berman, of Camilla, Ga.
Mr. Celian Lewis, of Lexington,
brother of the bride, Mr. Herbert Hy
man. of Lexington; Mr. Harold Gon-
senheim, of New Orleans, La.; Mr.
Morris Lewis, Jr., of Lexington, broth
er of the bride, and Dr. S. J. Smoke
and Mr. Lowry A. Sims, of Atlanta;
Mr. Eugene Herman and Mr. Cecil
Herman, of Lexington, were the
The bridal couple left for a three
weeks’ honeymoon in Canada. After
their return they will make their home
in Atlanta, where Mr. Berman is a
leading younger member of the bar.
Mr. Berman is a graduate of the Uni
versity of Georgia, at Athens, and a
member of the Phi Epsilon Phi Frater
nity. The bride received her early edu
cation in Lexington and attended Na
tional Park Seminary in Washington.
She belonged to the Pi Beta Nu Sor
Visitors from the east, middle west
and south witnessed the ceremony per
formed by Rabbi Sol Kory, of Vicks
Mr. and Mrs. John Seheer have re
turned from their wedding trip out
west, and are at home, 1006 Washing
Inez Cohen-Julian S. Loewus Married
The wedding that took place i n
Baltimore, Md. of Julian S. Loewus
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loewus
of Piedmont Avenue, Atlanta, was of
great interest to friends throughout
the South. Miss Inez Cohen is a
graduate of Wellesley College, and
Mr. Juliun S. Loewus a graduate of
Massachusettes Institute of Technol-
ogy. The couple will make their home
in Baltimore, where Mr. Loewus is
connected with Hecht & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias BorochofT were
hosts at a reception Tuesday night a;
their home honoring their son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Herron
of New Orleans, La. They were assis
ted in entertaining by their daughter
and sons of Atlanta. During the eve.
ning many friends of the hosts and I
honored guests were present.
Miss Sylvia Tanenbaum of Augusta.
Ga. is attending Emory Summer
Mr. and Mrs. Mendel entertained at
a reception Sunday, June 16, at their
home on Briarcliff Road.
Mr. Louis L. Dettlebach, Jr. who a<
student officer, has been cruising with
the Georgia Tech, Yale, Harvard, and
Northwestern Naval R. 0. T. C. units,
aboard the U. S. S. New York in the
Bermudas and Cuba was expected to
return to Atlanta about July 12.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Kriegshaber
and Miss Marion Kreigshaber are at
their summer home Camp Victor, and
have as their guests, Mrs. Henry Rauh
of Indiana, and Miss Edith Schwartz,
of Sumter, S. C.
Mr. S. Goldstein, who has been se
riously ill at Davis-Fischer Sanitari
um, is convalescing at his home on
Miss Lavinia Greenblatt, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Greenblatt had
as her guest, Miss Marie Larendon, of
Milton Cronheim, Jr., the son of
Mr. & Mrs. Milton H. Cronheim. is
convalescing from an appendix opera
tion at St. Joseph’s Infirmary.
Mrs. Henry Weinberger and daugh- I
ter, Miss Harriet Weinberger, of ■
Youngstown, Ohio, are the guests o
Mrs. Sidney Wellhouse and Mrs. * ■
H. Leibman at the Winecoff Hotei.
A lovely bridge party was gi' er
by Miss Ethel Slutzky, honoring Mis?
Ethel Goldberg of New Orleans,
daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. M.
Miss Sophie Spitz is the guest ot
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Spitz in Richmond
Mrs. Morris Rich and Miss Jjj
Hutzler are in Atlantic City f° r
Mrs. Louis Mayer is in Cla> to!
vr t T * „ Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Bukofzer ^ a .
- . u ac son of Hahira, Georgia, returned from several weeks spe
"as a recent visitor to this city. Baltimore and Atlantic City.