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June 13, 1924 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 1924-06-13

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PAGE SIX

PIEDETROIrchNISliatRONICLE

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Ready With Sports
Wear and
Vacation Outfits

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We are ready at Hudson's
to outfit you for your summer's
good times, with Sport Suits in
both the Silk and Wool Im-
ports and the season's new
Flannels; Blouses and Sweat-
ers; Sport Skirts in all the
wanted styles and shades, and
a most attractive selection of
bathing suits, caps and shoes.

MI society Items and other local notes should be communicated to tt.. office of The
Chronicle by S o'clock Wednesday afternoon in order to appear in the current week'.
issue. Phone Glendale 9300, Soctoty Editor. Moil notice. so no t• be tomieed not Lam
lb an Wodneeday.

Mr. and Mrs, Herman Cohen of
1624 Glynn court will be at home
Sunday afternoon and evening in
honor of the bar mitzvah of their
son, Cyril Aaron. No curds.

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham F. Wein-
berg of . 280 Hague avenue will be at
home to their relatives and friends
Sunday evening, June 22, in honor of
their daughter, Nyna Kathryn, whose
marriage to Joseph Harris Tyser, son
Mrs. R. J. Dennett and daughter, of Mr. and, Mrs. Ilurry Tyser of Buf-
Ilene, of Pittsburg, Kea, are visiting falo, will take place on that date. No
Mrs. Dennetes mother, Mrs. Celiun cards.
Sugar of Carter avenue.
Mrs. Joseph E. Goldberg and Mrs.
Miss Lucille Michelson of Edison F. X. Goldberg sailed Saturday, June
avenue has returned from Virginia 7, on the steamer Majestic for three
months abroad.
College for the summer vacation.

Mr. 111111 Mrs. Sidney Weisman of
1685 Burlingame avenue will enter-
tain Saturday evening, June 14, with
a dinner stance at the Redford Coun-
try Club in honor of their house
guest, Miss Lucille Miller of Cincin-
nati, Ohio,

Heyn's Hosiery
Makes Many
Customers

Dr. and Mrs. D. Friedlaender of
29 Rhode Island avenue left Sunday,
June 8, to spend the week in Chi-
cago: Dr. Friedlaender delivered a
Miss Sara Stocker has returned paper Monday before the Congress
from Vassar College to spend the of Anesthetists at the convention of
summer with her parents, Mr. and the American Medical Association.
Mrs. David Stocker.
Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Levitt of
Mrs. Louis lialbstein spent several New York City arrived in Detroit
Thursday to take up their permanent
days this week in Chicago.
residence. Dr. Levitt has been doing
Mrs. Scherely Cohen Applebaum of post graduate work in the United
24 Colorado avenue returned last States and abroad for the past three
Thursday from a fortnight's yisit in years. Dr. and Mrs. Levitt will re-
side temporarily with Dr. and Mrs.
New York and Atlantic City...
B. Friedlaender of 29 Rhode Island
Mrs. Abraham Miller left recently avenue.
for a viiiit in Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Frank of Vir-
Dr. Emil Amberg and family sailed ginia park have moved to their new
last Saturday from New York for an home at 2221 Calvert avenue.
extended European trip.
Miss Sophie Schwartz of Farnsworth
Isaac Krohn and family of Carson avenue will leave Saturday night for
City, Mich., recently returned from a fortnight's stay in New York, where
a trip to Los Angeles, Calif.
she will be the house guest of her
cousin.
Mrs. Lewis Weingarden of Wind-
Among those attending the B'rith
sor, Ont., entertained at a linen
shower and bridge June 4 in honor Sholom convention in Newark, N. J.,
of Hiss Sadie Hertzberg,, a bride-elect were Maurice B. Schwartz; Dr. Lee
of this month. Miss Hertzberg re- M. Baron and Joseph M. Bloch.
, ceived many gifts.
Miss Lottie Plotkin, daughter of
The Michigan delegates to the In- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Plotkin of Royal
ternational Federation of Women's Oak, Mich., has recently completed
Clubs -convention in 1,os Angeles were the school year at Highland Manor
honored with a dinner last week at School for Girls, Tarrytown-on-Hud-
the Biltmore Hotel. Among the son, N. Y. Miss Plotkin is taking a
guests at this affair were Mrs. Wil- two-year professional kindergarten
liam M. Lenyn, a former Detroit resi- course and will return in the fall to
dent, and Miss Anna Solomon, who complete the course and receive her
is at present residing in Southern diploma with the class of 1925.
Ca I i fon ia.
Miss Dorothy Frank, daughter of
Miss Sadie Goldgleid has returned Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank, 841 West
from California, where she was the Boston boulevard, recently received
guest of her sister, Mrs. II. J. Furer her diploma from Highland Manor
of Hollywood.
SchOol for Girls, Tarrytown-on-Hud-
son, N. Y. bliss Frank will return to
Mr. and Mrs. Max Abel of Blaine Highland Manor in October to take
avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Bachrach a professional kindergarten course.
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of Ilague avenue and Max Bachrach
•2‘
left Monday by motor for Louisville,
Mr. and Mrs. Max II. Weinberg
se.,
Ky., to attend the marriage of their and daughter, Rosalind, of Los An-
a"- cousin, Miss Mildred Klein, to Stan- geles, Calif., will attend the gradua-
't < ley Cytron of St. Louis, Mo.
tion exercises of the University of
Michigan, where their son, Sidney L.
Mrs. Louis Davidson of 2288 Ha- Weinberg, is completing his course at
ielwood avenue entertained several the medical school. Immediately af-
small guests Thursday in honor of ter commencement, Dr. Weinberg
the second birthday anniversary of will return to California to take up
her son, Gerald.
his duties as interne in the Los An-
geles General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs.
The Misses Ann Rosen and Frances Weinberg and daughter will remain
Goltifeder were hostesses at a sur- in Detroit for two months, residing
prise party given Sunday evening, at the Addison Hotel.
June 1, in honor of Miss Ruth Elites,
1913 Myrtle street. The guests in-
Lester Leopold is spending two
eluded, he , ides those named, the weeks in South Carolina.
Misses, Mary Levy, Mildred Flayer
and Betty Nelkon and Messrs. Addey
The Misses Ruth and Janet Arie
Levy, Eli Gross. Samuel Trunsky and spent last week-end in Ann Arbor.
William Goldstein. The house was
decorated with flowers in pastel
Among the graduates of Simmons
shades.
College in Boston are the Misses
Edith May Rose and Lucille Lambert.

By offering the best values in Detroit,
in silk hose—we find it brings in scores
of new customers to other departments

in the store. As a means of advertis-
ing the store in general, there's noth-
ing more effective than extraordinary
offerings in fine hosiery.

We carry complete stocks of Onyx,
Pointex and Van Raalte hose in regu-
lar and outsizes.

Watch the daily papers for our special
sales. You will find it profitably to
shop at Heyn's for hose.'

FIRST

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WOM ENS WEAR

Woodward Avenue

Between Grand River and State.

Kirnard Shop Gowns make it to.
neresuary for any woman to disregard
fiishion and individuality. Here any
socially buoy and discriminating wom-
an can always choose from the largest-
selection of most fashionable (imam
ill Detroit, and find just what she
wants at very remarkable prices.

1522 Broadway

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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Goldberg and
family of the Chatham Apartments
have moved to their new home at
1705 West Boston boulevard.

Mrs. Henry Krolik of Burlingame
avenue has returned from Atlantic
City. where she spent the past two
months.

One Door South of Capitol Theatre

Over the hills
and far away!

Furniture Upholstering
and

Refinishing

at

The new Goes tourist equipmeni and ac-
cessories are ideally suited to every need
of motor campers and tourists. our store
display will offer you many suggestions.

For the convenience of our customers,
our store will be open Saturdays until 3
p. m. during June, July and August.

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ROKEACH
KOSHER
SALAD
OIL

In bottles and in cans.
Best for baking, frying
and salads.

Other Rokemh Fond Product.

Rokee,,h Purr Cocoa

Rokeach Purr Honey

Rolt each nor Chocolate

A t all grocers

L Rokeach

Inc.

ENGRAVING
Special Engravings for

SOCIAL AFFAIRS, ENGAGEMENTS, WED-
DINGS—IN FACT FOR EVERY OCCASION

SHEEHAN'S

1550 Woodward are.

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Brooltho, N. Y.

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Michael Rosenberg of 548 Ilendrie
avenue announces the engagement of
his daughter, Ida, to Arthur Wolf,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolf of
Westminster avenue., A reception
will be held at the residence of Min
Rosenberg Sunday, June 22.

Bathing Suits — women's Pure
Wool two-piece. Bathing Suits,
well made, some plain, some
with striped borders. With or
without belts. In .black and
all high colors • $5.00

Mrs. Celain Sugar of Carter ave-
nue announces the engagement of
her daughter, Reba June, to Dr.
Harry Arnold Ruskin of this city.

White Shoes—in almost every
known style, appropriate for
street and sports wear....$8.45

Mr. and Mrs. Max Bloom of 1003
East Warren avenue announce the
engagement of their daughter, Betty,
to Joseph Haas of Cleveland, Ohio.

Visit oar Sports IVrarShopu and let
tea out fit gou for your play.loyu.

The engagement is announced of
Miss Ernestine Gladstone to Aaron
Brod, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Brod
of New York City. The wedding will
take place July 20.

The J. L. Hudson Co.

- Mr..and Mrs. Louis A. Freedman
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Jean, to Morris Tonkin,
son of Mr: ansiMrs. Louis Tonkin of
Detroit.

Mr. and Mrs, Harry Moskowitz of
260 Rosedale court announce the en.
gagement of their niece, Ida Fleisch-
man, to Samuel Warnick, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Reuben Warnick of 1985
Glendale avenue. .

RUBYS

MUSCLE DEVELOPING
FOOTWEAR FOR
CHILDREN

PLACE CORNERSTONE
SUNDAY AFTERNOON

Roby's 'hoe, pea

not high priced

Congregation Emanu El Will Hold
Service.

Impressive services, in which Rab-
bis Judah L. Levin, A. M. Hershman
and Moses Fischer will take part, will
mark the laying of the cornerstone of
the new synagogue that is being
erected by Congregation Emanu El at
Taylor and -Wilson avenue, Sunday
afternoon, June 15, at 2 o'clock; Rep--
resentatives from all congregations
in the city are expected to be present.
The new synagogue, when completed,
will be the first adequate Jewish re-
ligious edifice in the northwestern'
section of Detroit. Officials of Con-
gregation Emanu El hope that the ,
synagogue will be ready for service's
in time for the high holidays.

THE FIRST WALKING SHOES

WITH SOFT TOES AND Dil,:AD
MOCCASIN-LIKE SOLES

White China Buckskin
Champagne Washable Horeehide
Ta Mellow Horsehide
Sixes 3 to 8

AfredfRUBY Ind

1529 WASHINGTON BLVD. Adjoining Statler Hotel

WILL SELL FLOWERS A PWILWEel
FOR NATIONAL FUND ;

Purpose of Its Burget Grows
Favor Among Jews.

in $

The annual flower Felling event ford
the benefit of the Jewish • National I
Fund will be observed in Detroit Sun-
day, June 15, when numerous com-
mittees will distribute flowers among
the Jews of the ctiy. Flower Day has
come to be recognized as one of the
pleasant days in the Zionist calendar.
The purpose of the fund thepur-
chase of land in Palestine for coloniz-
ation projects—has grown rapidly in
the favor of American Jews, even by
persons who pay scant attention to
the philosophical and political aspects
of the movement for a Jewish home-
land in Palestine.

Flowers

At Price. That Save You Half.
Service That Is Unexcelled.

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Deliveries to All Parts of the City.

SUBWAY
FLOWER SHOP

Mr. and Mrs. Moe Ehrlich and Miss
Sally Ehrlich left Sunday for a fort-
night's stay in New York. While
there they bade bon voyage to Mrs.
Zena Ehrlich, mother of Mr. Ehrlich,
who sailed for Palestine last Wednes-
day.

Charles Rosenman, Prop.
231 Gratiot Avenue
Cherry 9171

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Among the graduates from the Lig-
gett School last week were the Misses
Louise Selling, Maxine Finsterwald
and Pauline Hoff.

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No Sale Complete Until
The Customer Is Satisfied

This store is doing a greater business today than
it has ever done before. We can attribute this
happy condition to nothing other than the fact
✓ that new customers are constantly learning of
• our greater values, and that old customers have
been so thoroUghly satisfied with Finsterwald
service that they keep coming back..

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SYMBOLIC SERVICE
HELD AT BETH EL

Among the most impressive serv-
ices of the year were those held at
Temple Beth El Sunday, June 8,
when 70 boys and girls were con-
firmed. Rabbis Leo M. Franklin and
Henry J. Berkowitz conducted the
services. The service was a symbolic
one, the flora. bond, the four ideals,
the three steps to the altar, home,
school and synagogue, the three pil-
lars, the six-pointed star, the four
seasons, the books of the Thora and
the seven-fold light of the menorah
being interpreted by the children of
the class. The scroll service was
given by the boys. The confirmants
were each presented with a prayer
book by the rabbis. The opening and
closing prayers were given by Rose
Erna Finsterwald and Adelaide Klein.
Dr. Franklin spoke to the confirmants
on the significance of the occasion
and on their responsibility for the
future.
Mrs. Phyllis Z. Allen, Mrs. Ruth
N. Hamrick, Carl Pickard and Ed-
ward Kemp were the assisting quartet
and David Crocov of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra played the violin.

Sleeveless Sweaters—new and popular—in arti-
ficial silk. Youthful slipover sweaters, also
smart coat styles. Some with all-over de-
signs, others with novelty borders. All high
$2.95
colors and white, tan and gray

—Photo by Gainsboro Studios.
IDA ROSENBERG

Miss Birdie Michelson of Winona
avenue will entertain Saturday, June
14, with a shower in honor of Miss
Nina Weinberg, a bride-elect of
June 22.

Moderate Prices.

A Goss tourist tent on the runnin g board
of your car or a fully equipped Auto Camp
Trailer at your service, and you are in line
for a vacation that will duet the cobwebs
out of your brain—that will refresh and
delight you.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ackerman of
1675 West Boston boulevard were in
Boston to attend the graduation of
their daughter, Sylvia, from Simmons
College. Miss Emmeline Ackerman,
who is also a student at Simmons,
will return to Detroit with them.

Three Special Features in Sports Wear

To our our liberal credit service, too, do we owe •
great deal of consideration for the thousands of
friend. we have made in the years we have been
in business. Our convenient credit service plus the
anti:tiskl values we offer make it exceptionally easy
for one to own beautiful furniture.

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Sale of Oriental Rugs at
Substantially Reduced Prices

Our cleaning and repairing Oriental and .Domeotic Rugs is income
parable. A Hid will convince you.

A. AGOPIAN

2156 EAST JEFFERSON

EDGEWOOD 3828

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