The Southern Israelite
The marriage of Miss Bessie Simon
to Allen Cohen took place Tuesday
morning, September 17th, at the home
of the bride’s brother and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Simon, of Augusta,
Rabbi Nathan Barasch officiating.
Guests included members of the fam-
Mrs. Madeline Keene has returned
Mrs. BenJ. Phillips sails on Sept.
23rd for America.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schwab are
in New York.
ily and close friends of the young
Miss Naomi Davidson at the piano
and Miss Marie Brenner, who played
the violin, rendered the wedding
The bride’s nephew, Carl Simon,
carried the ring.
After the ceremony an informal re
ception was held and Mr. and Mrs.
Cohen left for a wedding trip. They
will be at home at 238 Broad street
Miss Majorie Cerf who is visiting
her cousin Miss Evelyn Wolf in Mont
gomery, Ala., is being extensively en
tertained. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf gave a
dance in honor of Miss Cerf.
Mrs. Henry Wellhouse is in New
York at the Ogden Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Regenstein are
in Boston entering their son, Louis,
Jr., into college.
They bear the distinctive Liberty tag
. . . They’re entirely different from
anything you’ll find this side of the
Atlantic . . . And since they’re made
and sold by the famous Liberty Shops
you can take it for granted that
The materials run the gamut from
sheer Chinese silks to sportsy Shan
tungs . . . The colors from soft pastels
to rich Oriental colors. The prices,
translated from English pounds and
pence, range from $7.50 to $16.50.
Found in the South Exclusively at
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Mr. Joseph Wilensky, of Augusta,
announces the engagement of his
daughter, Mollie, to Mr. Leon Ghitner,
of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Dominion of
Canada, the date of the marriage to
be announced later.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen announce
the birth of a daughter on September
Harold Hirsch, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Hirsch, Sr., has resumed
his studies in the College Prepara
tory Course offered at the Tome
School, Port Deposit, Maryland.
Mrs. Hannah Stern, of Tampa,
Fla., is visiting Mrs. Abe Greenfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zachirias and
daughter, Betty Jane, are on a visit
to their parents in Toronto, Canada.
Miss Esther Clein has returned
from an extended visit to New York
City and other interesting points East.
Mrs. Irving Edison and little son
were recent guests in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lichtenstein
annoimes the engagement of their
daughter, Hazel Faye, to Simon S.
Abeloff, of New York City.
Mrs. Sigfried Samuels entertained
the regular Friday Sewing Club at
Mrs. Abe Schwartz is visiting rela
tives in Albany, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Vol Blacknall are at
home in the St. Charles Apt.
Mr. Jake Gazan, of Savannah r
spent a few days in the city
guest of his daughter, Mrs j ul ^
Hirschberg on Springdale Roa/
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Meyer h.«
turned from Cincinnati, wherVr£
attended the engagement receptior^
Rrf»rVfn an Br °?; n ent - red S'*
Briai College in Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wellborn, j,
have returned from Cleveland, 0W,
Mrs. Mavis Kent, of New York
visiting relatives in the city.
Mr 8. J as. T. Brown returned froa
Mrs. Leapold J. Haas has return**
home after spending the summer n*.
itmg relatives in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Alex Dittler is visiting her
parents in Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Byck have re
turned to the city and are again is
their apartment at the Hotel Georpir
Mr. Abe Goldberg has returned
from an extensive western trip.
The many friends of Mrs.' Jacob
Buckman will be pleased to hear that
she is making an indefinite stay in the
Miss Fannie Brener, of New Or
leans, La., is the guest of Miss Eve
Mrs. Charles Lipman of New York
City continues to be the much feted
guest of her sister, Miss Eve Boss.
Among the many social affairs being
held in Mrs. Lipman’s honor was the
delightful bridge-luncheon given by
Miss Boss on the afternoon of Sep
tember 21st. Those invited to share
Miss Boss’s hospitality were: the
Misses Sara Shuman, Perle Bokritzky,
Helen Eplan, Sarah Freeman, Lena
Shuman, Polly Gershon, Tut Esser-
man, Gladys Shuman, Ida Clein,
Esther Siegel; the Mesdames Sam Sil
verman, Sol Meltzer, Joseph Levetan
and Max Fagelson.
The nonoree was presented with a
beautiful gift of sterling silver. Top
score was won by Mrs. Sam Silver-
Miss Fannie Beletsky who has be«
the charming guest of her cousini
the Misses Helen and Rose Self, hu
returned to her home in Niles, Oha
The many friends of Rev. J. Le'7
will regret to learn of his illness it
the Davis-Fischer Sanitorium.
Miss Eleanor Greenfield left i**
Sunday to complete her studies f!
Radcliffe, Miss Caroline Greenne.d
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Slager are mo
toring in the West.
Mr. M. S. Clein is ill at the Ps£
mont Sanitorium. His friends wi
him a speedy recovery.
Mr. Seymour Samuels, of Nashville,
Tenn., is visiting his aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rosenfeld.
Mr. and Mrs. Lazarre Cohn of Phil
adelphia were in the city for a few
days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Hirsch on Lullwater Road.
Mrs. Joseph Levitan was hostess
at a bridge-luncheon the afternoon of
September 18th at Rich's Tea Room,
in compliment to Mrs. Charles Lip-
man, of New York. Sixteen ladies en
joyed Mrs. Levitan’s charming social
drs. I. Clein has returned from *
>rt visit to Indian Springs.
dr. Elsas Phillips has retard
dr. and Mrs. Sidney
i enjoying a motor trip
dr. and Mrs. Frank
ertained at a family dj"
of their sister, Mrs. Si
, of Los Angeles, Cain