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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1924-06-06

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Prom inent Speakers sad Musician. ,

Will Take Part.

Ansociety Items ami d other 1.0 notes e bould be ceinommicate4 to the am<e et 71se
Chronicle be 6 o'clock Wednetday •Iternoen in order to appear in the current week's
Mall notice. or at to be recolved not late,
Woe, Phone Glenda/. 9300, Society Editor.
tans Wedoesrlay.

At a meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth El held Friday, May 23, at the
Redford Country Club, the follow-
, ing officers were chosen for the cool-
ing year President, Mrs. Wallace
Rosenheim; first vice-president, Mrs.
Joseph Welt; second vice-president,
Mrs. Harry Farbstein; financial sec-
retary, Mrs. Sol Wolff; correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. Leon Harman; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Alex Spater;
treasurer, Mrs. Adolph Finsterwald.
The following constitute the board of
directors for the year 1924-25: Mes-
dames Leo M. Franklin, Henry J.
Berkowitz, Sidney Fechheimer, Flora
Goodman, Samuel Mendelsohn, Ben-
, jamin Marx, William Rindskoff, Louis
Simon, Eugene Sloman, Abraham Sit.
verberg, Morris Rosenberg, Arthur
Cohen, Clarence Enggass, Harry
Newman, Louis Musliner, Milford
Stern, Sol Sallan and the Misses Sa-
die Hershman and Elizabeth Weis-

Delightful Choosing in
These Summery New

Sport Frocks

AY, colorful creations for all outdoor
occasions—styles that are not just
youthful, but are very strikingly de-
signed. We have an exceptional showing
now at prices you will appreciate as being


$25.00 to $45.00





Woodward Avenue

Between Grand River and Stet..

We have just received a large ship-
tnent of nem summer dresses for
sport, afternoon or evening wear.
There is a dress for every socially
busy woman in Detroit who seeks
moderate grim combined with indi-
viduality. It is because of such values
the Bernard Shop has earned the en-
viable position of "The Beat Shop in
Town for Gowns." Truly you cannot
overlook these wonderful values.

1522 Broadway

One Door South o/ Capitol Theatre


or the

Wedding Gown

You will find an exquisite selection
of materials and trimmings at New
York Shops. There is not a more
comprehensive showing in the city.

The lace selection is especially
beautiful—it includes real laces—
delicate in texture, exquisite in pat-
tern and desig n .

Girl, who superintend the reeking of their
gowns will be delighted with the variety of
the selection and the opportunity it offers
to save.

Mrs. Ada Wolk of Fairfield avenue
entertained last Saturday in honor of
Mrs. Ben Gorelick, who left on Mon.
day evening for an extended trip to
New York. There were two tables
of bridge and a luncheon was served.

The Sigma Kappa Fraternity of
Detroit City College gave a dinner-
dance at Ilotel Elkins in Mount
Clemens Thursday, May 29. Twenty
couples were present. The banquet
table was decorated with spring flow-
ers and candles. Norman Barcus,
president of the fraternity, presided
at the dinner. Messrs. Rubenstein,
Altman and Lev constituted the com-
mittee arranging the evening's en-
tertainment. Music was furnished
by Sid LaCroix's orchestra.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marwil of
1734 Virginia park will be at home
Sunday, June 8, in honor of the con-
firmation of their son, Melvin.

Young Judaeans of Detroit will
round out five years of activity in 1
this city when the anniversary cele-
bration of the organization will be
held Wednesday evening, June 18, at
18 o'clock. Philip Slomovitz, chair-1

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gittleman of
Winona avenue have as their guest)
Miss Fannye Samuelson of St. Jo-
seph, Mu. Ntiss Samuelson is the
fiancee of Arthur Stone, Mrs. (little-
man's brother.

Miss Anne Weinberg of 500 Jo-
sephine avenue, who is a student of
Western Normal College, Kalamazoo,
spent last week-end in Detroit.

The Misses Ann Rosen and Frances
Goldfeder were hostesses at a sur-
prise party given Sunday evening,
June 1, in honor of Miss Rose Ellias,
1913 Myrtle street. The guests in-
cluded, besides those named, the
Misses Mary Levy, Mildred Player
and Betty Nelkon and Messrs. Addey
Levy, Meyer Zuieback, Samuel Gor-
don, Eli Gross, Samuel Trunsky and
William Goldstein. The house was
decorated with flowers in pastel
shades. Miss Ellias received many

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lorig of 2081
Virginia park will be at home Sun-
day, June 8, in honor of the con-
Mr. and Mrs. David Selker of 1573
firmation of their daughter, Bertha
Coventry road, Cleveland, are receiv-
ing Sunday, June 8, in honor of the
graduation of their daughter, Miriam,
Mrs. Zelig Robinson is leaving for from freights High School, and the
California June 15 for a five months' confirmation of their daughter, Edith,
Mrs. from Rabbi Wolsey's temple.
stay, returning in October.
Robinson expects to make various
stops while en route. She will spend
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Periera of 125
most of her time in Los Angeles with Richton avenue, Highland Park, will
her parents.
be at home Sunday, June 8, in honor
of the confirmation of their daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bloorngarden Estelle.
of 100 Colorado avenue will be at
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Behrmann of 30
home June 8 in honor of the confirm-
ation of their daughter, Dorothy. No Elmhurst avenue will be at home
Sunday, June 8, in honor of the con-
firmation of their son, Hubert.
Miss Lottie Plotkin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Plotkin of
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Freeman
Yorba Linda Park, has returned from of 20 Chicago boulevard will be at
Highland Manor, Tarrytown-on-the- home June 8 in honor of the confirm-
Hudson, for the summer holidays.
ation of their son, Alwyn Vernon.

1414 Farmer Street

At East Grand River--across the corner from
Newcomb's Farmer Street Entrance.


30 Sheets.
30 Envelopes

(tissue lined).
12 Correspondence Cards.



1550 Woodward o.4te.

Offering Women's and Misses' Summer
Dresses in the most desired materials and styles
at prices which are very low.

Kuppenheimer Suits for Men—a special sale
of the finer grades of suits at a saving which
every man who knows Kuppenheimer clothing
will appreciate.

The June China Sale is full of opportunities
for the housewife. Dinner sets and single pieces
as well as exceptional offerings in glassware.

The June Trunk Sale offers to every vaca-
tionist and traveler the chance to purchase Hud-
son Luggage at much below regular prices.


man of the program committee, has
tentatively arranged for the Kirby
Center, Kirby and Antoine streets,
as the place of the meeting, which
will be open to Young Judaeans, their
parents and friends. Rabbi A. M.
Hershman will deliver an address and
Joseph Chaggi of the staff of the
United Hebrew Schools will speak in
Yiddish. Miss Emma Lazaroff, so-
prano, who has been pursuing her
studies in the east, will sing in Eng-
lish and Yiddish and Miss Pauline
Wohl will play violin selections. The
program will also include short ad-
dresses by Sol Slomovitz, represent-
ing the Senior Judaeans, and Pearl
Firestone for the junior clubs.
Definite announcement as to the
place where the celebration will take
place will be :made in the next issue
of The Detroit Jewish Chronicle.


Mr. and Mrs. Martin Levin an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Ettie, to Barney Bernstein
of New York City. A reception took
place in New York, May 11. Miss
Levin is a member of the Metropoli-
tan Opera Chorus and Mr. Bernstein
is a student at the University of New
York. Ile will graduate from the law
department of the university next

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Silberstein of
Second boulevard were hosts at a re-
ception at the Hotel Statler Sunday
evening, June 1, when they an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Gertrude, to Ben Marks,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marks.
The ballroom, where the reception
was held, was arranged in the form
of a Grecian garden. bliss Silber-
stein more a rose colored gown of
silk sequins and a band of rhine-
stones fastened with shell pink wa-
ter lillies in her hair. Iter mother
was gowned in flesh-colored georgette
and lace and carried a corsage of
orchids and roses. Mrs. Marks wore
black georgette. During the supper
Miss Munstack danced and Ben
Marks and his sister, Mrs. Sidney
Moss, gave an exhibition dance, Mr.
Frazer sang several Southern songs,
James Sachs of the University of
Michigan gave an exhibition dance,
and Mrs. Joseph Silberstein rendered
vocal selections. Covers were laid
for 250 guests. Miss Silberstein and
Mr. Marks will be married the latter
part of this month.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blumrosen of
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Fineberg of
Manistique, Mich., are spending a 1927 Antietam will be at home June
fortnight in the city with their 8 in honor of the confirmation of
mother, Mrs. M. Blumrosen, 2493 their son, Marvin.
West Euclid avenue.
Mrs. Henry Fechimer and daugh-
Among the Detroit realtors who ter, Alice, left Wednesday for New
attended the national real estate con- York. They will be joined there by
vention held in Washington June 2.6 Miss Miriam Fechimer, who is a stu-
were David W. Simons, Hyman A. dent at Vassar College. Mrs. Fechi-
Keidan, David J. Hirsch and Louis I. mer, accompanied by her daughters
and son, William, is sailing the end
of the month to spend the summer
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rosenzweig in Europe.
of New York are visiting Mr. and
Mrs Charles Rosenzweig at the Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Blitz
(Winifred Cohen) are now resisting
at the Fountain Apartments, 2224
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Peritz were Pingree avenue.
hosts at a dinner at the Masonic
Mr. and Mrs. II. B, Gittleman and
Country Club Sunday, May 24, in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fried- slaughters of Hollywood, Calif., are I

Man of Czeeho-Slovakia. Mr. and visiting with Detroit relatives and
Mrs. Harry Bieherstein entertained at friends.
their home, 292 Elmhurst, Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fishman of 444
evening in honor of the visitors.
Nledbury avenue will be at home Sun-
Miss Irene Schiller was hostess to day, June 8, in honor of the con-
The marriaee of Miss Freda Wein.
16 guests at her home, 1028 Virginia firmation of their daughter, Marvel I berg, niece of Mrs. Rosa Oppenheim,
park, Friday evening, at a bridge Ableson. No carols.
and Abraham Davidson, son of Max
Davidson of 431 Ferry avenue, took
Dr. and Mrs. A. Carlstein and Mrs. place at the residence of Mrs. Oppen-
Miss Harriet Rosenzweig of 2050 S. Mittenthal have moved from East heim, 353 Philip avenue, Tuesday
Taylor avenue left Saturday for Tun- Hancock avenue to their new home , evening, June 3. The ceremony was
cumbia, Ala., for a month's visit. at 1959 Gladstone avenue.
performed by Rabbis A. M. Hersh-
Miss Rosenzweig will be a bridesmaid
I man and Judah L. Levin in the pres-
et the marriage of her hostess, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Satobsky are ence of the immediate families. Miss
Helen B. Perry, to Albert Kane of now resisting at 1928 Gladstone ave- Weinberg, who wore a flesh-colored
Malden, Mass., which will take place nue.
georgette and lace gown with a lace
June 24.
and net veil, and carried a bouquet
Sir. and Mrs. Harry Behrmann of of white roses and fillies-of-the-val-
Miss Agnes Epstean, daughter of 5402Holcomb avenue announce the I ley, was attended by Miss Kate Da-
Mr. and Mrs. George G. Epstean of confirmation of their daughter, Hilda. vidson, sister of the groom, as maid
1470 Chicago boulevard, has returned A reception will take place Sunday, of honor and Miss Helen Oppenheim
from Washington, where she attend- June 8, at the residence of Mr. and as bridesmaid. Miss Davidson wore
ed the Fairmont School.
Mrs. Matt Behrmann, 30 Elmhurst i a blue chiffon frock and Miss Oppen-
heim grey chiffon. Both carried
' Mr. and Mrs. Max Krell of 7425
roses. Benjamin B. Gordon acted as
Greenfield avenue will be at home
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Frant of 274 best man and Albert Oppenheim as
Sunday, June 8, in honor of the con- Frederick avenue will be at home usher. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Weinberg
firmation of their daughter, Sylvia. Sunday afternoon and evening, June of Flint, uncle and aunt of the bride,
8, in honor of the confirmation of were the out-of-town guests.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Goldberg of their son, Jack.
After a fortnight's trip through
1706 Waverly avenue announce the
the east, Mr. and Mrs. Davidson will
confirmation of their daughter, Re-
Mrs. B. R. Silverman and daugh- reside at 431 Ferry avenue.
. vah, Sunday, June 8.
ter, Evelyn, of East New York are
the guests of Mr. and Mil. Harry J.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Deutsch of Glasser of Garfield avenue.
1961 Gladstone avenue will be at
home Sunday, June 8, in honor of
Mrs. Moe Shapiro of Cameron ave-
the confirmation of their son, Millard. nue entertained Mrs. Ft. It. Silverman
and daughter and Miss Florence Shel- Congregation Emanu El to Mark
J. Julian Frank, son of Meyer don of Borough Park, N. Y. Covers
Event With Exercises.
Frank of 4001 West Seventh street, were laid for 20 guests.
I Los Angeles, formerly of Detroit,
will be confirmed at Temple B'nai
Mrs. Irving Aaron (Minnie Lebow)
Rabbis A. M. Hershman, Judah L.
B'rith, Los Angeles, June 8.
of Chandler avenue, who has been Levin and Moses Fischer will be the
visiting in the east, has returned to principal speakers at the laying of
Selig Solomon is spending • few her home.
the cornerstone of the new synagogue
months in the city as the guest of his
building of Congregation Emanu El,
son, Harry R. Solomon. Mrs. Harry
Mrs. A. I. Broudy of Oakland ave- Taylor and Wilson. Sunday after-
Solomon will return from California nue entertained at a luncheon at ho- i noon. June 15, at 2 o'clock. David
in a few days.
tel Stetter followed by a theater W. Simons will preside at the exer-
party at the Schubert Detroit in cises.
Mrs. Joseph Rosenzweig and Mrs. honor of Mrs. J. W. Nochman, who
Jacob Warren, president and chair-
Milford Stern entertained with a will leave shortly for Europe.
man of the building committee, said
!bridge-luncheon et the Redford Coun-
that he hoped that there would he
try Club, Wednesday, May 28, in
Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Franklin are an impressive attendance at the cere-
honor of the Misses Ruth Breiten- leaving June 12 for New York, mony. The new synagogue, when
bath, Ruth Oppenheim and Mar- whence they will sail June 14 for a completed, will be the first adequate
guerite Kopple, brides-elect.
trip to Europe.
Jewish religious edifice in the north-
western section of the city. Much
Saul Rosenzweig, who will gradu-
Miss Tillie Mellon of 952 Eaet interest is being shown in the plans
ate this month from the medical W arren avenue entertained 30 guests of the congregation, both by its mem-
school of the University of Michigan, at her home with a shower in honor bers and by the residents of the sec-
has been chosen as one of the seniors of Miss Shirley Englander, a bride- tion of the community whose re-
who constitute the guard of honor at elect of this month. The rooms were ligious needs the synagogue is in-
the commencement exercises.
decorated in pink and white.
tended to serve.




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sizes for everyone, at economy prices.

Mrs. Ilenry Goldsmith, until two
years ago a resident of Detroit for
many years, whose home is in Los
Angeles, arrived in this city last Fri-
day to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jacob
Cohen of 240 Owen avenue. Mrs.
Goldsmith will visit her children, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Parzen, and other
relatives in New York City while
east. Before returning to Detroit
she will stop in Baltimore, where she
will visit Mr. and Mrs. Philip G.

Miss Pauline Feinberg entertained
40 guests at her home Saturday
evening, May 31, in honor of Miss
Sadie Hertzberg, a June bride-elect.
Bridge and bunco were played. Miss
Mary Helen Smith entertained 11
girls at a dinner at the Wolverine
Hotel, followed by a theater party at
the Garrick Friday evening in honor
of Miss Hertzberg. Other hostesses
entertaining for Miss Hertzberg are
Mrs. Ben Morrison, Mrs. Daniel
Lewis, Mrs. I. A. Vine and Miss Lil-
lian Gitlin.

Wonderful June Sales

The June Sale of Wash Dresses at $5. Splen-
did styles for porch and vacation wear.

All of these sales are being detailed in the
daily papers. ,

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