The Southern Israelite
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Miss Levison and Mr. Meyerhardt To Wed At
Home October 3 1
( ,,niial interest to a wide circle
, nds in Atlanta and throughout
„ !ate i s the announcement of the
a! ,,,r„ a chinp marriage of Miss Repina
, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Levison. of Atlanta, to Mr.
j. Meyerhardt, the ceremony
• , h,. performed at the home of the
s parents on October 31, Rabbi
The bride will have as her brides-
,j and only attendant, a sister,
, Paula Levison and the bride-
will have as his best man, Mr.
Walt* r S. Nathan, of Brunswick, Ga.,
a '.r"ther-in-law. Mrs. Bertram Kauf-
• ar n. a sister of the bridegroom will
'.rder appropriate music. A note of
entimerit is attached to the date of
• eeremony, it being the GOth birth-
,,f the bride-elect’s mother.
M;ss Lveison and Mr. Meyerhardt
are being extensively entertained at a
number of pre-nuptial affairs, among
•hem being a bridge-kitchen shower
f,.r the bride, given by Mrs. Hillman,
Fish, a sister of the bride. A small
gr up of intimate friends of the bride-
e'.eet enjoyed this occasion.
Mrs. A. Robert Hornik entertained
at a buffet supper at her home at 633
N. Moreland Avenue, in honor of Miss
Levison and Mr. Meyerhardt. There
were about twenty guests present.
Mrs. Bertram Kaufmann will enter
tain at tea at her home on October 19.
Miss Gladys Asher will entertain at
bridge the evening of Tuesday, Octo
ber 22, at her home on Briarcliff Road,
in honor of Miss Levison and Mr.
The mother of the bride will be
hostess at the trousseau tea on Octo
ber 26. A group of close personal
friends have been invited for this oc
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Samuels, uncle
and aunt of the bride-elect will honor
Miss Levison and Mr. Meyerhardt at
a family dinner on October 27, at their
home on Fourteenth Street.
Miss Paula Levison and Mrs. Hill
man Fish, sister of the bride-elect,
will entertain at an informal dinner
October 30, immediately following the
About twenty-five close friends of
the bridal couple will be included as
Hirsch-Strauss Engagement Ot Interest
Of outstanding interest in Atlanta
and throughout the state, is the an-
■ umfment by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ib-rman Hirsch of the engagement of
their daughter. Miss Margaret Pa
ha Hirsch, to Mr. Oscar Richard
M.'S Hirsch is the youngest daugh-
t*' r - and is a graduate of the Girls’
tl.gh School, also attended Agnes
’t College, and has had the ad-
’agc of wide travel in America and
European countries. Her father,
"f the upbuilders of Atlanta, is a
ung manufacturer of the South,
will always be known for his in-
in the work of the Steiner Clin-
having held the office of president
tht board of trustees of that insti-
n since its foundation, and to
'■ h he has contributed most gener-
'■> of his time. Her mother, for-
■ Miss Hattie Weil, of Savannah,
"f a group of sisters known for
‘" ,r beauty and charm, the others
- Mrs. Ralph Wood, of New York;
I >uv i (1 Stern and Mrs. Jack
M h, of ( hicago; Mrs. Aaron Ferst,
: Baltimore; Mrs. I. H. Hirsch, of
anta, and another sister is Mrs.
r.hur Weil, of Baltimore.
B- B. Lilienthal is her aunt
• e paternal side, and her uncles
M r - M. L. Hirsch, Mr. M. R.
MI>S WlLENSKY WEDS MR. FINE
"uncement of the marriage of
* da Wilensky, formerly of Sa-
v * a ’ and Mr. Jake Fine, of States-
v v ‘. r . a ” W B1 be read with interest
•' irh* ^ many ^ r * en ds throughout the
•• their return from their wed-
Hirsch and Mr. Harold Hirsch. The
young bride-elect’s sisters are Mrs.
Eugene Oberdorfer, Jr., and Mrs.
Gabriel Schoen. She is also the great-
niece of the late Mr. Joseph Hirsch,
an outstanding figure in the life of
this city, and president of the board
of trustees of Grady Hospital for
Mr. Strauss is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Richard Strauss, his fath
er prominent in the manufacturing
world, and his mother having for
merly been Miss Ruby Rich, belle and
beauty. His sister is Miss Clare
Strauss, lovely young subdeb.
Mr. Strauss is a member of the
lngleside Country Club and the Stand
ard Club. He was educated at Roxbury
School, in Massachusetts; Emory Uni
versity and New York University.
He now holds a prominent position
with Rich’s Inc., of which his grand
father, the late Mr. Emanuel Rich,
was one of the founders with his
brothers, the late Mr. Morris Rich,
and the late Mr. Daniel Rich, and of
which his uncle, Mr. Walter Rich, is
president. His paternal aunt and un
cles are Mrs. Morris Eiseman, Mr.
David Strauss, Mr. Louis Strauss, of
Atlanta, and Mr. Emil Strauss, of
ding trip to New York and Philadel
phia, Mr. and Mrs. Fine will be at
home in Vedado Way.
Miss Florette Visanska has return
ed to Baltimore to resume her studies
at Goucher College.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Well house Give
Dinner At lngleside Club
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Meyer, their
brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Wellhouse, Jr., entertained at an ele
gantly-appointed dinner recently at
lngleside Country Club. The center of
the table was adorned with a mound
of pastel-shaded flowers, and a Yo-Yo
contest followed the dinner, in which
Mrs. Milton Liebman won first prize
for being most proficient in the art
of handling a Yo-Yo, the award being
a pedigreed fox-terrier with a red
ribbon bow tied on his neck, with a
wooden dog being given Mrs. Frank
Ferst for consolation, while the booby
prize, a mechanical toy, a goose that
laid the golden egg, being won by
Mrs. Norman Elsas. Mr. Louis Elsas
and Mr. Marion Rosenberg acted as
contest referees and Mr. William Ka-
lespa made a humorous address on the
“Use of Yo-Yo’s.”
Mrs. Meyer wore a gown of Inde
pendence blue chiffon and Mrs. Well-
house was costumed in black taffeta
and were assisted in entertaining by
their husbands. Their guests included:
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hirsch, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Wellhouse, Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. Marcus Loeb, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Wiseherg, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Strausberger, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Hirsch, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Rosen
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Rosenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wolff, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Jacobus, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ferst, Mr. and Mrs. William King-
don, Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Leibman,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cerf, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Elsas, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Regenstein, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bowles,
Mrs. Sam Wiseberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Arenstan, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Haas,
Mr. and Mrs. William, Mr. and
Mrs. Ferd Kauffman, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Elsas, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adler,
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Selig, Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Oberdorfer, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Epstein, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rice,
Mr. and Mrs. William Kalespa, Mrs.
Ben Phillips, Mrs. Louis Troutman,
of New York City; Miss Clemmie
Haas, Miss Josie Strauss, Miss Helen
Leibman, Miss Albert Meyer and
Miss Fred Soloshin.
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