Mrs. Leonard Haas and Mrs. Sin
clair Jacobs motored to Athens to at-
. n( l a lecture on International Af-
Mrs. Grossman and daughter, Miss
[ ,.*„• a Grossman of Prattsburgh, are
, ho quests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Miss Helen Brail who has been the
/llr st of Mr. and Mrs. J. Freitag, has
returned to her home in Chicago.
Mrs. Loyd Springer of Woodmere,
I , is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Irs. Richard Horwitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schwab and
amilv are in Atlantic City.
Mrs. Herbert Haas is in Chicago on
:i short visit.
Mrs. Alex Rosenfeld and Mrs. Vol
Blacknall have returned from a motor
:rip to Atlantic City and Baltimore.
Miss Adeline Karlsruher, Miss Ro-
-alie Crimm and Mr. Reuben Crimm
will motor to Black Mountain Monday
for a stay of three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Byck are
'Pending the summer in Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Rosenberg
ave returned from St. Simon’s Is-
Miss Ann Freschl, the charming
nifst of Miss Katherine Spitz, re-
'ii nod Sunday to her home in Mil-
SOI TH GEORGIA NEWS
By Lou Jackson
Miss Bess Stein of Valdosta has
• ft fur Mayo, Fla. to spend the sum-
nu ‘ r months with her sister, Mrs.
Mr. Harry Golstein, Buster Rosen-
spent the week-end in Radium
•"'pongs, Albany, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Franzblau, and
Max Bronstein of Philadelphia
‘ 'pending a few weeks in Valdosta,
• Mrs - s am Isenson of Norfolk, Va.
h*' guest for several weeks of Mr.
Mrs. Lynn Isenson of Moultrie,
l"' l " rn s he is visiting.
•Mr. Sam Perlman, Mac Lipshit:
‘‘ ni anf ^ Have Gibbs motored to Sa
“f.nah, to attend the Boodman-Flee
r 1 ' raiding.
I ,? en Shevitz, Sam Bluestein,
s lc ’tor, and Russell Salver were
r, «nt visitors to Valdosta.
r >. Kent Salyer returned
nip ' n Valdosta after an e
’ ur of the Southern states.
^ r * ec Mander celebrated
Mitzva recently with som
L, ors ^ rom South Georgia t
• -u ring at the Friedlander hoi
The Southern Israelite
Mrs. Gilmore and Miss Libbye Gil
more and her guest, Miss Ann Wein
stein of Brunswick, Georgia have re
turned after visiting Mrs. I. B. Perl
man of Moultrie, Georgia.
The wedding of Miss Anne Lee Laz-
arous of Waycross, Ga. to Mr. Louis
Garr of New York City took place
Thursday, June 20th in New York.
The young couple is spending their
honeymoon in Canada and will make
their home in Raleigh, N. C.
Mrs. Max Ellin of Homerville, Geor
gia will entertain Thursday, June 27th
at her home with a bridge party.
The call meeting of the Daughters
of Abraham was held at the home of
Mrs. Harry Schear on Thursday after
noon June 20, 1929, at Waycross, Ga.
The Waycross Hebrew Congrega
tion combined with the Waycross He
brew Sunday School gave a picnic
Sunday, June 16th, 1929 at Fernan-
dina, Florida. Over a hundred and fifty
guests were present. They represented
all parts of Georgia, coming from
Brunswick, Blackshear, Alma, Baxley,
Hazlehurst, Douglas, Eastman Homer
ville, Cochran, and Gainesville, Fla.
Mrs. M. Jacobson and Mr. Abe Pin-
cus teachers of the Sunday School
were presented with gifts as tokens of
appreciation for their services.
Mrs. A. Rosolio and Mr. LeRay Ro-
solia motored to Miami, Fla., for a
two weeks vacation. When they return
they will be accompanied by Mrs. Ix*-
Ray Rosolia and Maralyn.
Irving Kass of Moultrie, Ga., was
valedictorian of the graduating class
of Moultrie High School, and also
winner of the loving cup given each
year by the Crystal Pharmacy to the
student making the highest honors.
He was also awarded the gold medal
given by the D. A. R. of the John Pen
ning Chapter for excellence in his
A lovely event of June was a bridge
reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Kolesky, entertaining relatives and
friends in celebration of their twenty-
fifth wedding anniversary at the home
on East Jackson Street, Thomasville,
Among the many delightful affairs
given for Miss Ida Minsk of Atlanta,
who is visiting her sister and brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bierman of Val
dosta, was a dance given jointly by
Mrs. Harry Abrahams and Mrs. Jack
Bierman on the evening of July 11th.
The spacious home of Mrs. Abra
hams where the dance was held was
decorated most attractively, the color
scheme of green and -white being used
with pleasing effect.
Lunch and sandwiches were served
from a prettily decorated table. Danc
ing was enjoyed from 9 till 1 o’clock.
Among those seen dancing were,
Mesdames Zelda Barnett, Helen Lip-
shitz, Lottie Simon, Edith Lipsitz,
Jean Stein, Mildred Brodis, Sara
Schneider, Frances Blum, Nettie Stein,
and Miss Minsk, and Messrs. Max Lip
sitz, Lou Jackson, Joe Cohen, Sam
Moog, Morris Kolesky, Nat Finkle-
stein, Sam Pearlman, Lou Prisant, M.
Y. Blum, Jr., and others.