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December 17, 1920 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1920-12-17

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All Society Items and other local notes should he communicated to the office of the
Chronicle by S o'clock each Wednesday •fternoon in order to appear in the current week's
issue. Phone Glendale 8326, Society Editor. Mail notices so as to be received not later
than Wednesday.

Wishes you a Merry,
Merry Christmas and
Trusts that the Part
It Has Played in the
Supplying of Christ-
mas Gifts and the
Spreading of Christ-
mas Happiness, Will
Bear Fond Remem-

N1r. and Mrs Herbert Bienenstock
(Fannie StrassIdirger), of New Turk,
are guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Enggass, 1138 Second
boulevard, en route to Chicago.

Nlrs. Harry Starr (Virginia Morse).
of Pittsburgh. is the guest of her
mother, NIrs. Hannah Morse, of Glynn

ing Effort to Serve You and to

Merit Your Patronage.

bfrom Zflio Stop
of Ifig11 ilepufr nub Eoftg Orals

Christmastide is nigh upon us. Here are
the brightest, the loveliest and the sweetest

Tokens and Trinkets for the Fairest

Gifts for use in busy work-a-day hours
Gifts for those who love the Open
For the Festivities of Even-tide
For dreamy, pensive moments

Mr. II. J. Ilieberstrin. of 292 Elm-
hurst avenue, has returned from a

trip to New York.

Mr. and Mrs. D. Goldman, of 193
East Kirby avenue, have returned
front a trip to New York.

Sir. and NIrs. Irving Goldman, of
Toledo, (3., who were guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Bloom,
95 -Tennyson ?venue, have returned
Mrs. Benj. Lambert, of 150 West
Hancock, entertained her reading home.
club on Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Jack Art, of Virginia Park,
Mrs. Samuel T. Gilbert, of 112 was pleasantly surprised by several
Delaware avenue, is spending some of her friends on Sunday night, in
honor of her birthday anniversary.
time in New York.
Nit'. Mayer Sulzberger, of 221 Dela-
Rabbi Leo M. Franklin had the
honor of responding to Mr. Herbert ware avenue, left on Monday night for
York, where he was called by
Hoover in behalf of the city of De-
troit at the great meeting !add at the serious illness of his mother.

S1 r. and Sirs. Alexander Friedman,
109 Medbury boulevard, have re-
turned from a trip to Chicago.

Mrs. Avery Ginsburg, 74 Massachns
setts, entertained on Friday afternoon
at luncheon and cards.

Mrs. Phil G. Gleichman, 54 Massa-
chusetts avenue, entertained at
Mr. 11. Horwitz, of 1101 Second ave-
luncheon and cards on Thursday last
nue, has returned from a trip to New
at the l'hoenix Club.
York, Boston, and Newbury I'ort,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Greenthal, 358 Mass.
Tuxedo avenue, visited with their son,
Rabbi and Sirs. Leo Nf. Franklin
Dr. Roy Greenthal, at Ann Arbor last
plan to leave for a ten days' Eastern
trip next Friday.


Dr. and Mrs. N. Ginsberg, 1117
On Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
Second boulevard, entertained at din-
ner on Wednesday evening last in Sherman E. Grosslight entertained in
of Miss Sybil Goodman, of
honor of out-of-town guests.
Chicago, who is the guest of Mrs.
of Dexter boulevard.
Mrs. J. NVerhe (Etta Schlesinger) of


Kansas City, Mn , is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Esther Schlesinger.

Mr. William Brown, of 120 Vir-
ginia Park, has returned from a trip
to Cleveland.

Miss Miriam Iffarientlial, of 1577
West Grand boulevard, entertained
her sewing club at a tea party at her
home on Wednesday last.

Most Good Homes

Will Provide

Nliss Elizabeth Schott, who is a
student at the University of Wiscon-
sin at Madison, is spending the holi-
day vacation at her home, 215 Chand-
ler avenue.

Mrs. Moe Weil, of 25 Delaware aVe-
nue, has returned from a visit with
relatives and friends in St. Louis.

Mr. Joseph J. Cummins has re-
turned from a trip to St. Louis, Mo.

Mr. Harry R. Solomon, of 364 Tux-
edo avenue, spent a few days in
Oscoda, Mich., during the week.



Sirs. Mark Fleischman, 995 Second
avenue, has returned from a visit with
rcbtives and friends in St. Louis, Mo.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Field
(Helen Spertner) have returned from
an extended wedding trip.


311 Woodward

Cor. Columbia


46 Macomb St.

Main 8583

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell L. Cohen

Miss Virginia Ilanauer, who has
Aedaetny, Wheeling, West Va., will
return to Detroit, December 22, to
spend the holidays with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hanauer, of 346
Tuxedo aventte. She will bring with
her a cousin, Miss Esther Marie
Wolfe, as her house-guest.

At the Yuletide Festival

Mary Lee Candies Are All Eighty Cent; the Pound

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander NI. Hertz-
berg, 244 E. Kirby avenue, entertained
Mr. I. Meyers and his fiancee, Miss
Hattie Netzorg, Sunday night.

Rabbi Leo 51. Franklin addressed
the Vortex Club last Wednesday. His
subject was "Making Citizenship Effi-

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Breitenhaell and
daughter, Judith, of 140 Putnam ave-
nue, visited with bliss Ruth Breiten-
back, at Ann Arbor last week and
were guests at Betsy-Barbour House.

Home Cooking

In honor of Miss Lois Roth, whose
marriage takes place in January, a
beautifully appointed luncheon was
given at the "Dixieland" followed by
a theater-party by Miss Rose Lieber-

and daughter, Ruth Lee, hive left for

Mrs. Morris Rice, of Cleveland, 0.,
is the guest of her children, Dr. and
Mrs. Samuel B. Rice, 170 Putnam

These delicious sweets are all made in our own
Studio under the most delightful home-like condi-
tions, from the purest and most wholesome ma-
terials obtainable, blended by experts in the art of

Miss Isabella
\Verbe, of the
faculty of the Detroit Conservatory of
Music, will give a musicale-tea for
younger members of her class on
Friday, December 17, at the Conser-
vatory Hall.
Those who will par-
ticipate are: Jack Steyskal, Law-
rence Steyskal, Deborah Siegrist,
Minnie Turner, Ruth Carp, Bernard
Epstein, Henry August, Bessie Freed-
man, Lena Freedman, !'earl Goldman,
Leonard Goldman, Jerome Afosko-
witz, Aubrey Cherkose, Lawrence
Kaplan, Rebecca Ostrow. Yetta Os-
trow, Nettie Roseman, Alan Green-
berg, Jennie Zitomer, Hilda Rosen-
field, Margaret Rosenfield, Lillian
Adel, Ilarold Baum, Nance Rosen-
thal, Rosaline Goldstein, Hilda
Seldes, Harry Ginsberg, Saul Modell,
Ruth Zachem, Elsie Zachem, Mil-
dred Meyers, Mildred Rothenberg,
Jeannette Blair, Evelyn Taper, Ber-
nice Kull.

Mrs. Clifford Jacobs, of 370 Coiling-
wood, entertained 65 ladies at
luncheon and cards at the Phoenix
Club on Wednesday.


For Little Folks and
Their Elders




Mr. and Mrs. M. Fruhoff, 15 Law-
rence avenue, entertained at dinner
on Thursday evening last, in honor
of out-of-town guests.

Let Us Assure You That We


Mrs. Joseph M. Weiss, Mrs. Isidore
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob IL Davis, 648
Slesinger and Mrs. Samuel B. Rice Chicago
boulevard, have returned
were hostesses at an exquisitely ap- from a visit to Cincinnati.
pointe.1 luncheon Tueschy last at the
Hotel Statle. Covers were laid for
Mrs. Joseph Wetsman, 44 Virginia
145 guests at beautifully decorated
Park, is spending some lime in Des
tables. Baskets of roses, Bebe chry-
Moines, la., and Oscaloosa, la.
santhemums and fernery, intertwined
with tulle, formed effective center
Mr. alp' Mrs. Ilarry Lippman, 90
decorations. screened orchestra
entertained the guests with a splen- East 1Varren, have as their guest,
Leslie E, %emit and daughter of
did musical program. A reception
Newark, N. J.
followed the luncheon.

the Hotel Statler last Saturday.

Shall Continue With Ever-Increas-

Per Year, $3.00; Copy, 10 Cenb

Mr. Joseph Folz, of Kalamazoo.
spent a few days in the city visiting
with friends.

Cleveland, 0., where they will make
their home for the present.

been attending Mount De

Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Goldsmith and
Nosily, of 1072 Beaubien street, have
moved to 590 Hazelwood avenue.

Mrs. J. M. Jaffe, of Brooklyn, N. T..
is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Bofsky, Silbey, Mich,

Many delightful social functions
have been given in honor of Miss
Sarah Jane Greenberg, whose mar-
Sirs. Felix Lambrecht. of Grand
Rapids, who visited with relatives and riage to Dr. Nathan G. Goldberg waa
an event of November 30. Among
friends in the city, has returned home.
the hostesses who entertained for the
bride-elect were Mrs. Harry El.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Heavenrich en-
!Unger. and Mrs. Charles Hamburger.
tertained at a family dinner on Wed-
nesday last in honor of their fifth
Mrs. Joe Horwitz (Sadye Kamin)
wedding anniversary at their home,
has left for an extended trip to Ot-
115 East Forest avenue.
tawa, Montreal and Toronto, where
Mrs. Charles Cheney, of 31 Ed- she will visit her husband's parents
mund Place, have left for Kansas and other relatives. Mr. Horwita
City, where she will join her husband. will join her later.

Mr. Herman Kolodkin, member of
the Detroit Symphony orchestra, has
returned from New York City.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Lapin-Cohen, of
Burlingame avenue, have returned
rom a trip to Chicago and Nfilvvau-


Mrs. Harry Simons. of Burlin-
game avenue, entertained at a
luncheon on Tuesday for Miss Lois
Roth, who has chosen January 25 as

her wedding day.

Mrs. 1. Berry entertained at a
luncheon at the English Tea Rooms
in honor of Mrs. E. Singer, who
leaves shortly to make her home in
Los Angeles, Cal.

Miss Selda Stocker will return from
Simmons college, December 19, to
pend the holiday season with her
Mrs. Sam Marwil and son, Melvin.
arents, Mr. and Mrs. David R. of 1889 West Grand boulevard, have
S tocker, of 336 Longfellow avenue.
left to spend the holidays in Chicago.


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