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Society and Personals
Mr. and Mrs. Sig Montag have re
turned from Atlantic City.
Mrs. Irving Greenspan has return
ed to her home in Nashville, Tenn.,
after being delightfully entertained
as the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Gershon.
Mrs. Cecil Alexander is in Tulsa,
Oklahoma, called there by the serious
illness of her mother.
Mr. Allan Sommerfield is visit
ing Cincinnati and Chicago.
Miss Anne Ehilich, of Savannah,
is resuming her studies at Agnes
Mrs. Bertha Hexter is visiting n \
atives in New York City.
Mrs. Morris Heisch has returned
from Birmingham, where she wa ,
called by the illness of her grand
The many friends of the family of
Mrs. Moses Asher are sympathizing
with them in the loss of their mother
Mrs. Ed Bowles returned from New
York and Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Mamie Ferst and
family have returned from Chirac
and New York.
Mrs. Louis Steinman remains quite
ill at St. Joseph's Infirmary.
Mrs. Friend, of New Orleans, Na
tional President of Council of Jewish
Women, will be honor guest of
the Atlanta Section at their opening
meeting on October 31, 1929.
The friends of Mr. Lea Grassman,
will regret to learn of his continued
illness at St. Joseph’s Infirmary.
Mrs. Max Tarna and daughter,
Rosetta, are visiting Mrs. Sam Roth-
herg on Springdale Road.
The many friends of Miss Mary
Frank, president of the Southern Re
gion Junior Hadassah, will regret to
learn of the passing of her father.
Mrs. I. S. Stein has returned from
Mrs. Josie Selig is in New York,
where she went to meet her daughter,
Mrs. A. E. Marcus. Mrs. Marcus
spent the summer abroad travelling
Mrs. Morris Regenstein, of New
York is visiting Mrs. L. J. Heger-
stein on Ponce de Leon Ave.
Mr. Jules Lemisch, of Philadelphia.
Pa., was a week-end guest in the city
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wellhouse, Sr.,
have returned from a four months
trip abroad and are at home at the
Mrs. Godfrey, of New' York, was in
the city a few days, the guest of Mr«
Mrs. Janet Dreyfus has returned
from Memphis, where she spent the
last few' weeks as the guest of
Mrs. Nat Kaiser has taken an
Apartment at 12th street and Pied
Miss Sadie Weiss is recuperating
from a recent operation.
The initial meeting of the Atlanta
Chapter Junior Hadassah will be held
on the afternoon of Sunday, Septem
ber 29th at 3 o’clock in the ballroom
of the Henry Grady Hotel. Miss Rae
Rosenberg, the newly elected presi
dent, will preside and will present her
report of the 1929 conference w’hich
was held in Detroit.
Several important chairmanships
will be announced as extensive plans
for the year will be made by Miss
Rosenberg and her capable co-
There W'ill be a report of the organ
ization’s premier activity, the Fall
dance given at Idlewood. The report
will he made by Miss Rose Sehrieber
and Miss Lillian Esserman. chairmen
of the dance committee.
An interesting program has been
arranged and the organization antici
pates a very inspiring meeting.
The 1929-30 officers are: Miss Rae
Rosenberg, president; Miss Polly
Gershon, first vice-president; Miss
Gladys Shuman, second vice-president;
Miss Gertrude Wald, treasurer; Miss
Frances Heilman, recording secretary;
Miss Rose Scrieber, corresponding
secretary; Miss Lee Rittenbaum, fi
nancial secretary; and the Misses Eva
Hadas and Rosalie Boorstein, co-edi
tors of The Alarm Clock.
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
Alpha Epsilon Pi: Joe Roobin,
Cordele; Irving Cass, Moultrie;
Jesse Goldman, Athens; Harry Lund.
Athens; Walter Horowitz, Savannah,
Sammie Myers, Columbus; Sol Cohn.
Columbus; Abe Rosenthal, Savannah.
Sydney Vann, Leona. N. Y.; ,aiR
Phi Epsilon Pi: Adolph Sciller.
Cartersville; Allen Marcus, Atlanta
Tau Epsilon Phi: Harold Ber
lin, Passaic, N. J-; Harold May,
mington, N. C.; Sam Bluestein. Da
rien; Isadore Perrell, Columbus.
Murray Orgel, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Ger '
diand Kauders, Savannah.
LOUIS MARSHALL PRIZE
memory of Louis Marshall, the
Jew and American who died on
mber 11, 1929, the Hon. and Mrs.
i W. Mack offered a pn*« 0
annually to be awarded to »
nt or graduate of the Ins ^
he best essay on some p
» subject of the essay for -
is “A Comparative Studv
cula of the Various W
Suoh as the Orthodox,