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The Southern Israelite
( nhen Weds
Mr. A. B. Cheretan
marriage of Miss Hannah Co-
,,.jy daughter of Mr. and Mis.
to Mr. Avery Hurt Chere-
,,f .Mr. and Mrs. I). Cheretan,
... ;aUi Mich., was solemnized
17, at tlie home of the
parents. 1*1 Washington
Ual’lns Harry Epstein, Tobias
an ,l Cantor A. Lipitz perform-
i cinony in the presence of a
,,f friends and relatives,
.vised altar in the music
the ceremony was per-
hanked with palms, lux
ury against which stood
,f white chrysanthemums,
sewn- branched candela-
hed a soft-glow over the
the ceremony an appro-
ram of nuptial music was
Mrs. Louis Kittenbaum,
■<i hv Mr. Louis Ritten-
l.i.ely bride, who descended the
the strains of the Lohengrin,
- mpanied by her parents, who
in marriage. The bride was
\e!y m her wedding gown of
wedding ring velvet, her bridal
• was composed of white roses
:;ies nf the valley. Miss Rose
i , of Macon, (la., was maid of
and only attendant of the
ml wore a lovely gown of coral
. ami carried a bouquet of pink
and little Miss Gertrude Cohen,
: the bride, was flower girl,
a pale green chiffon over
. Hari\ Cheretan, brother of
■:■ ginoin, acted as best man.
w i g the ceremony a dinner
' : ved. Including the* out-of-town
wrre Mr. and Mrs. I). Chere-
g i;aw, Mich.; Mrs. M. Good-
Hc'roit. Mich.; Mr. Harry Che-
. M.ss Florence Cheretan, also of
; Mr. and Mrs. S. Isenberg,
n. (ia.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Fo-
"ii; Miss Rose Isenberg, Ma-
•M: and Mrs. A. Levy, of Li-
•• ha.; Miss Miriam Smith, New
Mr. doe Isenberg, Knoxville,
Mr. William G. Smith, Bir
in, Ala., and Mr. A. Smith,
•■'■burg, S. C.
nride's traveling outfit was car-
in brown, her dress was of
rrepe trimmed with canary
• with a close fitting hat to
ai ‘d coat of Jap weasel mink.
un 'l Mrs. Cheretan left for an
: motor trip throughout the
■»'. Tennessee and Florida.
• s "l Benjamin and daughter,
dgar Bodenheimer, left for
cm Beach and Miami to spend
Julian Sachs, of Anniston, Ala.,
ccent visitor to this city.
Arlene Freitag has recuperat-
ni her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Bukofzer are in
Miami, Fla., for the winter.
Mrs. W. W. Visanska has returned
home after a delightful stay with
relatives in Charleston, S. ('.
Mrs. Rosa Herzfeld of Selma, Ala.,
who was the guest of her son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Herz-
feid, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sig Guthman have
returned from New York.
Mrs. Sol (Tarek has returned from
Baltimore where she was called by
the serious illness of her mother.
Miss Danie Strauss is recovering
from a recent tonsil operation.
Mr. B. M. Soloman, of Montgomery,
Ala., spent the week-end in Atlanta
for the Tech-Alabama game.
Miss Ida Hutzler is at home at the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kohn are in Chi
Mr. Lawrence Fox is at home again
after a trip to Chicago, Ill.
Mrs. Robert Naussbaum, of Macon,
was the guest of a few days of Mrs.
Mrs. Jake Kaufman is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Dave Bloom, on Myr
Mrs. Ralph Rosenbaum has recov
ered from her recent illness.
Miss Adele Sommers who has been
ill for the past few days is recover
Mr. and Mrs. Bertrum Lewis Wolff
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Haas en route to Wilmette, Ill., their
future home. Mrs. Wolff was formerly
Miss Martha Katz, of Chicago, and
visited Atlanta on numerous occa
Mr. Henry Williamson, now attend
ing the University of Georgia at Ath
ens, was a visitor in the city for the
Mr. Dan Picard of Columbus, spent
a few days in the city recently.
Mrs. D. Rosenberg and family are
located now at 923 Ponce de Leon
Ave., N. E.
Mrs. William Kingdon is in Indian
apolis on a visit to relatives.
Mr. M. E. Rosenberg and Mrs. J.
F. Andrews are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Liebman at the Winecoff
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hirsch, Miss
Marjorie Hirsch and Master Jack
Hirsch will spend the Thanksgiving
holidays in Pensacola, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Strauss, of
Detroit, Mich., are guests at the Hilt-
Mrs. Herbert Haas has returned
from Chicago where she attended the
wedding of her niece, Miss Martha
Katz to Mr. Bertrum Lewis Wolff.
Mrs. Percy Myers, of Savannah,
who has been the guest of her moth
er, Mrs. Morris Rich at the Georgian
Terrace, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neely are
visiting in New' York City.
Miss Jane Kohler, of Savannah, is
the guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. B. Ehrlich.
Following the Tech-Alabama game
the members of the Standard Club
gathered en masse in the new club
on Ponce de Leon Avenue for the reg
ular week-end dance. The occasion
was marked by the presence of a num
ber of out-of-town guests who were
in the city for the game.
Mrs. Weil, of Birmingham, who is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Mor
ris Hirsch, is being delightfully enter
Mrs. Nat Schlossberg, of Fort
Pierce, Florida, who before her mar
riage was Miss Thelma Bourman, of
Atlanta, is the mother of a baby boy
named Eugene Meyer.
SHEA KITH ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
GIVES BRIDGE PARTY
The Shearith Israel Sisterhood gave
a bridge party at the Jewish Women’s
Club, the proceeds of which will go
to maintain the Sunday School. Mrs.
C. Miller was chairman, and Mrs. Paul
Wolkin, co-chairman. The committee
for this affair consisted of Mrs. J.
Minsk, president of the Sisterhood,
Mrs. Sidney Zimmerman, Mrs. A. M.
Goldstein, Mrs. M. Yudelson, Mrs. B.
Kaplan, Mrs. M. Pfeffer, Mrs. J. Clein,
Mrs. L. Hoffman, Mrs. F. Mendelson,
Mrs. T. Borocoff.
I'mil Cake—SI ||».
Delicious fruil cakes decid
edly “home made** — us
they’re made in Kampcr's
own kitchen! Those at $1
have a hit more crystallized
fruits. 1, 2, 3, 5-lh. sizes.
Ilaskt k l of I ruils
The most appropriatcThanks-
giving gift of all! Luscious
fruits ripened to just the right
degree for perfection —
packed in beautiful baskets.