The Southern Israelite
Miss Slager and Mr. Oppenlieim
Wed at Beautiful Ceremony
The marriage of Miss Dorothy
Slager, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Franklin of 44 Tenth Street,
to Mr. Edgar Oppenheim, of New
York, was beautifully solemnized re
cently at the Standard Club on Ponce
de Leon Avenue, Dr. David Marx of
ficiating in the presence of a large
assemblage of relatives and friends.
The ballroom of the club where
the marriage service was held was
beautifully decorated with an artis
tic arrangement of roses, sweet peas,
and larkspur. The improvised altar
which was placed at the end of the
ballroom was formed of masses of
luxuriant palms and ferns against
which three tall, seven-branched
cathedral candelabra holding slender
tapers and interspersed with baskets
of lilies stood in relief. Tall floor
baskets of lilies and ferns joined
with streamers of white satin ribbon
formed an effective aisle through
which the bridal party passed.
An orchestra rendered an interest
ing program of nuptial music pre
ceding the ceremony sustaining a dul
cet-toned accompaniment throughout
the service. Among the selections
was “Oh Promise Me.” Mendelssohn s
Wedding March was used as the pro
cessional and the Lohengrin Bridal
Chorus as the recessional.
The ushers entered first in pairs.
They were Mr. Edwin Haas, Mr. B.
M. Soloman, Mr. Reuben Herzfeld,
of West Point, Ga.; Mr. Theodore
(Joorin, of Pittsburgh, Pa. They
were followed by the groomsmen en
tering in pairs. * They were Mr.
George Frenkel, of New York City;
Mr. Dick Mooney, of New York City;
Mr. .Julian Slager and Mr. William
The bridesmaids were Miss Ernes
tine Hirsch, Miss Lucile Apfelbaum,
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Miss Cohen and Mr
Of interest to a large host of
friends is the marriage of Miss Min
nie Cohen, to Mr. Sam Gordon, which
was solemnized recently at the home
of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
The house was beautifully deco
rated for the occasion, with dainty
baskets holding pastel-shaded flow
ers. An improvised altar banked with
a profusion of tall palms was effec
tively arranged in the spacious re
ception room of the home. Placed on
both sides of the altar were seven-
branched candelabra holding white
Witnessed by a notable assemblage
of relatives and close friends, the im
pressive ceremony was performed by
Rabbi H. II. Epstein, and Rabbi To
bias A. Gotten. Cantor A. A. Lipitz
rendered several appropriate vocal se
lections. Preceding the ceremony,
Miss Carol Hess, Miss Hilda Kalmon,
of Albany; Miss Carolyn Waxelbaum,
of Macon, and Mrs. Ted Goorin, of
They entered next in pairs, three
being gowned in starched peach-
colored chiffon and three in char
treuse. The gowns were fashioned
with graceful full skirts, featuring
tiers of ruffles and long sleeveless
waists introducing circular capes
which were attached to the shoulders
in the back. Miss Hirsch, Miss Apfel
baum and Miss Waxelbaum were
gowned in peach-colored chiffon. Miss
Hess, Miss Kalmon and Mrs. Goorin
wore dresses of chartreuse.
The junior bridesmaid, Miss Polly
Lou Jonas, and the junior grooms
man, Mr. Henry Gold, entered to
gether. Miss Jonas wore a becoming
model of pleated apricot-colored chif
fon, featuring a deep circular ber
tha. She carried a sheaf of larkspur,
gladioli and roses tied with streamers
of satin ribbon corresponding in color
with her dress.
Mrs. Helen .Jonas, of New York
C ity, sister of the groom, who fol
lowed the junior bridesmaid and
groomsman, was lovely in a model of
burnt orange chiffon made with
bouffant waist and graceful full skirt,
longer in back than front. She car
ried a sheaf of larkspur, gladioli and
roses, tied with orange-colored satin
The little flower girl, Evelyn Wil
kinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Wilkinson, of Jacksonville,
I* la., and a cousin of the bride, wore
a frock of apricot chiffon fashioned
similarly to that of the junior brides
maid. She carried an old-fashioned
bouquet of variegated flowers.
her father, Mr. Charles Frankli
whom she was given in marriage
met at the altar by the brideg
and his best man, Mr. William P
lander, of New York City, unc
bridegroom. She was never
lovely than in her wedding rob
oyster-colored satin, fashioned
graceful straight lines, she
forming the train. A feature r
lovely model were the short
. Gordon Wedding
MacDowell’s “To a Wild Rose” w a .
played by Miss Gussie Saul, pianist
and Mr. Joseph Glazer, violinist
The bride entered on the arm 0 f
her father, by whom she was given
in marriage. The bride was beauti
fully costumed in a gown of orchid
chiffon, trimmed in rhinestone orna
ments, with a draped skirt of uneven
hemline. She wore an orchid picture
hat and satin slippers of the same
shade. Her bouquet was made up
of bride roses and valley lilies.
Following the ceremony the bride’s
parents entertained at an informal
reception and dinner.
During the evening the bride and
bridegroom left for a motor trip to
Asheville, N. C. Upon their return
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon will make their
home in Cumming, Ga.
Among the out-of-town guests a:-
tending the wedding: Mrs. .J. Cohen
and daughter, of Miami, Fla.; Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Cohen and daughter
of Cedartown, Ga.; Mr. and .Mr?.
Dave Gordon, of Buford, Ga.; Mrs.
L. Witt, of Henderson, Ky.; Miss
Minnie Sacks, of Gainesville, Ga.;
Mrs. Dave Cowan, of Miami, Fla.
and Mr. Joe Goldman, of Dallas, Ga
IiETROTHAL ANN01 NCED
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levinson an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Pearle Sylvia, to Burton
Miss Levinson is a charming mem
ber of the younger set and ha? a
wide circle of friends in this city,
Mr. Berlack is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. Berlack, of Jacksonville, F;a
He is a member of the Phi Beta Dt
ta fraternity, having attended school
at the University of Florida.
sleeves. The neck line, which was
boat shaped in front formed a lo
V in the back. The soft tulle vei.
edged with real lace was caught tc
the lustrous hair of the bride in cap
effect over the same real lace,
bandeau of orange blossoms extend
ed across the back of the head. •>
note of sentiment was introduc I
through the lovely lace which
worn by the aunt of the bride, Mr*
Sam Schoen, of Atlanta, upon e
occasion of her marriage here many
years ago. She carried a magnify
sheaf of lilies of the valley sh°^ er
with tiny streamers of white sa
ribbon and sprays of the valle> 1!c -
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held at the club,
ing Mr. and Mrs. Franklin m
eeiving were Mrs. Pauline W
heim, of New York City, mother
the bridegroom, and the bride
tendants. ,. r .
The bride’s table, which waso
laid with a handsome lace clot . ^
a tiered wedding cake featuring ^
shades of lavender and P . t rv< fc
was surrounded at artistic m
with silver candlesticks holding -
der pink tapers. ^
Following the reception e tr jp
and bridegroom left for a w° c ^
to California. They will make
home in New- York City.