The Southern Israelite
I T’S a known fact that there
are more Electric Irons in
use than any other one electric appliance. And the
average housewife will tell you why.
There’s hardly a single day throughout the year
when some use is not found for an Electric Iron.
And what fine Christmas Gifts they do make! And
how they are appreciated!
At our stores you’ll find them reasonably priced and
on liberal terms. See them!
POWER Vf ^
A CITIZEN WHERE V EE WE SERVE
All Might* Hnerved
My Dear Children:
I am afraid our page is going to be dreadfully brief this time as I v
been ill and unable to pet all the nice things that were to have gone in in iT*
Next time, however, we will have an extra big corner to make up f or it
I am delighted with the replies that have been coming in for th “V
State” contest. Some of them are quite clever and I hope to have an even 1 **
er number from which to choose the prize winners. In case some of y ou
to see the earlier announcement, this contest is open to all of you. The 1
are simply to write a poem, story, or letter dealing with some interesting”
cident or facts, past or present, about your native state. The contest w:ll cl ^
in two weeks from the time this issue is sent to you, so work quickly! Be°G
to put your age on your paper as the prizes will be given in different ^
I will not have a Magician’s List this time but watch for it soon—al
the answers to the last puzzle.
There are so many things I would like to write, dear children, but my doc
tor says “No!” But I am thinking of you all and wanted you to know it
My love to you all, '‘SISTER MIRIAM.”
Soi*iolv and Personals
(Continued from Page 8)
Mrs. Morris Steinheimer has re
turned from a short trip to Dadeville,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wenar and
daughter. Essie, have returned from
a visit in Athens, Ga.
Miss Marian Hirsch of New Or
leans. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Jos. T. Brown, on Briarcliff Road.
Mr. I^ouis Wellhouse, Jr., was a
guest at the Georgian Terrace.
M rs. Henry Rosenbaum has recov
ered from a recent illness.
M rs. M. Michael, of Athens, Ga., is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Percy
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hirsch have re
turned from short trips to Savannah
and Macon, Ga.
Mrs. Benj. Wiseberg and daughter,
Mary, and Mrs. Addie Lillienthal mo
tored to Savannah. Ga., for a short
Mr. Arthur Solomon of Savannah,
Ga.. spent a few days in the city
The friends of the family of Mr.
Jacob Fox are sympathizing with them
in their recent bereavement.
Mrs. M. E. Rosenberg and Mrs. J T I
Andrews have returned to their home
in Memphis, Tenn., after beinc de
lightfully entertained as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Liebman.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Levy have re
turned after a visit to their children
Mr. and Mrs. Sam G. Pickus and
daughter, of Sioux City, Iowa.
Mr. Ernst Horwitz has returned af
ter a short stay in Louisville, Ky.
Mr. Herbert Kaiser is at St. Jos
eph’s Infirmary where he underwent
an operation for appendicitis.
Mr. Landau, the father of Mrs. Mau
rice Jacobus and Mrs. Max Goldstein,
passed away in Pittsburg. Friend;
have expressed their sympathy for the
A play called “Two Goyim will bi
given at the Jewish Orphans Home
under the direction of Mr. M. G. Foo
All the friends of the home are c<
Miss Janet Brown has fully rec<
ered from her long illness.
Mrs. Lena Morrison, of Savannar.,
is the guest of her son and daugh.e.
in-law on Lombardy M ay.
Mr. Louis Goldman is convalesce
at his home on Lanier Boulevard
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