The Southern Israelite
Society anil Personals
(Continued from Page 5)
Friends were grieved to learn of
the recent death of Mrs. J. P. Tennen-
baum of 980 Lanier Boulevard, and
wish to express their sympathy.
A large group of friends and rela
tives attended the Bar Mitzvah of
Abraham Geffen, son of Rabbi and
Mrs. Tobias Geffen, held at the new
Shearith Israel Synagogue on Wash
ington Street recently.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brail motored
to Tampa, for the wedding of Miss
Mrs. Gus Berman was hostess at
a recent bridge luncheon given in hon
or if Mrs. Kaplan of Newark, N. J.
Miss Gertrude Miller, the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Israel Zion of Atlan
ta Avenue, has returned to her home
in Baltimore, Md.
Mr. J. S. Brail who is on the Exe
cutive Committee of the National
Leather and Shoe Finders Associa
tion, left for St. Louis for a confer
Miss Lilly Vajda has returned to
Atlanta after spending several months
in New York City.
Miss Bessie Nissenbaum has return
ed to Atlanta after a three weeks vis
it to New York, Philadelphia, and
Atlantic City, where she was the
guest of relatives.
Mr. Jerome Herman of Savannah,
spent a few days in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Sig Pappenheimer
have returned home after a most de
lightful trip through Canada.
Mr. Oscar Strauss is indisposed at
his home on Fairview Road.
Mrs. Lea Frankel is recovering from
a tonsil operation.
Mrs. Sommers and Mrs. Rosenberg
have returned from a pleasant stay
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fox were cal
led to Boston on account of the ill
ness of their daughter, Allene.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Haas wfill be pleased to learn
that they escaped serious injury in
their recent automobile accident.
Mr. Lionel C. King, formerly of
the Biltmore Forest Country Club
and also of the Deepdale Country
Club, the latter being the privately
owned Club of William K. Vanderbilt,
has been engaged as Superintendent
and Maitre d’Hotel by the Standard
Mrs. Edgar Weil, of Savannah, was
at the Biltmore for a few days.
Miss Emmalee Weil of Montgom
ery, Ala., is the guest of Miss Doro
Mr. Eugene Zachirias is in Bain-
Mr. Hugo M. Spitz is in Chicago,
Mr. Ben Bierman has returned to
his home in New York City after at
tending the funeral of his father, the
late Mr. Morris Bierman, of Valdosta.
Misses Dorothy Selig, Katherine
Spitz, Arline Frcitag, and Ernestine
Ilirsch attended the Georgia-Yale
Football game in Athens recently.
Miss Carol Hess is in St. Louis at
tending a wedding.
The friends of Mrs. Adolph Samuels
are sympathizing with her in the
death of her brother in Germany.
Mr. Jake Hirseh is in New York
on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Ehrlich celebrated
their 25th wedding anniversary at a
family dinner recently at their home
on 14th Street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Strauss and
daughter, Marie, of Louisville, Ky.,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har
old Hirseh for the Georgia-Yale foot
Mr. Harold Wineberger spent the
holidays with his parents in Nash
Mr. Simon Einstein has recovered
from his recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Eichberg of
New Orleans, are visiting relatives in
Mrs. Herman Hyman and son, Ar
thur, are visiting relatives in Birming
Mrs. Ferd Kaufman left for Dallas,
Texas where she will attend the wed
ding of her niece Dorothy Loreh and
Harold Schwab of Birmingham. Mrs.
Kaufman will remain in Dallas sev
eral weeks as the guest of her sister,
Mrs. T. T. Lorch.
Mrs. Sinclair Jacobs entertained at
a beautiful birthday party at the Bilt
more in honor of her son, Tory, who
celebrated his seventh birthday.
Mrs. Sarah Strauss has returned to
the city after an extended visit to
relatives in Columbus, Ga.
Friends of Dr. Summerfield will be
glad to learn that he is now well af
ter a recent illness.
Mrs. B. Z. Phillips entertained the
members of her family at dinner hon
oring her father, Mr. Jacob Elsas’
27th birthday anniversary.
u.e otannaru L,lub in honor of her !,
tie son, Jack, whose seventh births*
occurred recently. Fortv of the 1-
folks enjoyed Mrs. Hirseh', |*J"?
ty. Qames were played and the
were awarded Stephen Epstein, Ch 7
les Aronstam, and Barbara Fox
Mr. Henry Haas of Jackson, Miss.,
is visiting relatives in the city.
Miss Caroline Greenfield 0 f \
York, is visiting Mr. and Mrs v?
Miss Margaret Hirseh is confined to
her home, having met with a slight
injury when thrown from a horse.
The little friends of Miss Mary
Wiseberg regret to hear of her re
cent accident and wish for her a
Master Richard Ullman is ill with
scarlet fever at his home on Spring-
Mrs. Harry May is recovering from
a tonsil operation.
Mrs. Martin Myers is visiting hr
mother, Mrs. Harry Schlesinger (
West Peachtree Street.
Mrs. Harold Hirseh is visiting re’.a
tives in Nashville and Louisville.
Miss Anne Cohen is visiting M m
Celeste Eiseman in New Orleans
Mr. Dick Rich is ill with flu at h.<
apartment at the Georgian Terra -
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Zachirias ar:
Mrs. Albert Wilkerson, of Jackscr.
ville, motored up for the Tech-Fior
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