The Southern Israelite
Society and Personals
Fritz and Kurt Uhlmann are motor
ing to New York to he pone until af
ter January 1st.
Mrs. Ernest Morrison is convales
cing at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Sol Clarke, on Myrtle Street.
Mr. Ed Cohn is spending a few days
in New York.
Rabbi Marx Guest at
Rabbi David Marx was the guest of
the Jacksonville, Fla., congregation.
Rabbi Marx visited there in connec
tion with the Good Will Tour conduc
ted by the Union of American He
brew Conprepations durinp the month
of November and December.
Mrs. Ike Hirsch is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Edgar Haas in Mem
Mrs. A. D. Greenfield has returned
home fronj a short visit in Savannah,
Miss Dorothy Selip spent the week
end in Athens, Ga.
Miss Josephine Wachtal, of Savan
nah, is the guest of Mrs. Arthur Shul-
Mrs. Arthur Weil, of Richmond, Va.,
has returned home having been cal
led here by the death of her father,
Mr. J. F. Banks.
Mi's. David Goldberg of New \ ork,
has leturned home.
Mrs. Charles Adler is convalescing
from a recent operation.
Mis. Alex Marcus has recovered
from a slight illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Byck are
spending the winter in Florida.
Miss l’erie Bokritzky was a recent
vis,tor in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Miss Gladys Shuman and Miss Lil
lian Esserman were guests in Rome,
Ga.. dining the Thanksgiving holidays.
Miss Anne Minsk, formerly of At
lanta, who is making her home in Mi
ami. Ha., was a recent guest in the
Miss Irene Bernath left for an ex
tended trip through the west. She
will spend several months in Los An
geles. Miss Bernath, who is a very
popular member of Junior Hadassah,
was tendered a beautiful send-off and
her ft iends wish her a most pleasant
Miss Rose Fierman, of Macon, was
a popular visitor in the city.
Mr. Jake Spitz and Master Jack
Spitz of Richmond, Va., spent Thanks
giving in the city as the guests of rel
Little Miss Caroline Eichberg has
recovetod from a tonsil operation.
The friends of the family of Mrs.
Ida Kaplan are sympathizing with
them in the death of their mother in
Asheville. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Strauss are
spending a few weeks in Florida.
Mrs. Minnie Isaacs of New York,
is the guest of Mrs. Joe Price.
Mrs. Henry V ellhouse has returned
trom an extended motor trip through
the state of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Regenstein have
returned from a delightful stay in
Miss C harlotte Weinkle, of Jackson
ville. Fla., was the charming guest of
Miss Sara Gershon. Miss Weinkle has
a host of friends in Atlanta who are
always happy to greet her.
Mr. and Mrs H. Ri„ e „ba um „
tertained at a beautiful dinnerV
day, December 1st, at their hr
North Avenue, in honor of
Shuman, who leaves the Lt' * ri
nf the month f„ r Los M "'
she will be married and make T
home. Miss Shuman was pre , fn ^
with a gold coin as a wedding f ,
Mrs. Rittenbaum was assisted j n
tertaining by her daughter Miss U
Rittenbaum and Mrs. Joseph Brown**
Miss Leah Stone, of Harrimar.
Tenn., was the recent guest of
Shumans, at their home on
Mrs. Pauline S. Katz has recovered,
from her recent illness.
Mrs. M. Rosenberg, of Albany. f; t
is ill at the Piedmont Sanitarium
Mr. David Greenfield is i n
Mr. Jos. Brown has returned frr
Mr. Ike May, Mr. and Mrs. J R
Sielzbacher, Joel Sielzbacher, Jr.,
Rome, Ga., spent Thanksgiving v
Mr. and Mrs. Ben May on Springdale
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hirsch ha\e
returned home after spending the
week-end in Birmingham, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Liebman are
enjoying a short stay in New York
Mrs. Irving Greenspan, of Nash\ *
Tenn.. has returned home, having
been called here by the illness/>f her
mother, Mrs. Joseph Gershon.
Mr. and Mrs. Marks of Spartan
burg, S. C., spent a few days in the
Miss Clara Bernard ha> recovered
from her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Wolfe and
daughter, Joan, have returned from *
short visit in Albany, Ga.
Miss Rebecca Cecil Rosenberg
visiting Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Ro*e r
berg on Briarcliff Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franklin have
returned from a pleasant trip to Se*
r. and Mrs. M. Flatauer and fan"
iave moved to Orlando, Ha., t
[»s Rae Winer, of ChattanwP;
n., was the guest of ° .
shon during the Thanks?" 1
days. Miss Winer was delight u •.
Hiss Mary Frank. Chattanooga,
in., president of the Sout ern
>n of Junior Hadassah, " a , .
jst of Miss Rae Rosenberg d J n ^
Executive Board meeting o
it hern Region, which "'as .
lanta at the Henry Grady 0 „.
ss Frank, whose magneto P _
ty makes her one of the most F
and greatly admired ? ues S , bv
ita, was delightfully tntertame< •
• hosts of friends.
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