The Texas Jewish Herald (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 27, 1934 Page: 3 of 4
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Dec. 27—Junior Council annual
Jan. 8—Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood
luncheon meeting £t 12:30 p.m. at
the Hebrew Institute.
Jan. 20—Young People’* League
"Community Hop," End o’ Main.
Feb. 3—Eleventh Annual Ball of
Ladies Auxiliary of Congregation
Adath Israel, Rice Hotel Ballroom.
Feb. 10—B. Z. B. Valentine dance.
Feb. 14—N. I. C. Club benefit card
Feb. 14—-Adath Yeshurun Sister-
hood Valentine card party at the home
of Mrs. P. Gerion.
March 17—Purim Ball, Adath
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Miss Fannie Meyer of Dallas is
visiting Miss Jennie Faye Leder.
Maurice Sondock, a student at the
University of Oklahoma, is spending
the holidays with, his parents.
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Miss Lillian Waxier of Chicago is
the guest at the home of her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldberg.
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Mr .Charles Maltz, a student at
L. S. U., is spending the holiday sea-
son with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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Mrs. Moms Kununer announces the
engagement of her daughter, Roselyne,
to Moses W. Glosserman. son of Mr
and Mrs. Philip GlosSetm.ln of Lock-
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Mis. 1 1- G. Sellinger announces
the marriage of her daughter Bessie-
to Milton- Karotkin of San Antonio.
The marriage took place December”22
in San Antonio and the young couple
will make San Antonio th^ir. future
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On January 7, at 12:30 pan. at the
Hebrew IimKutc, the Adath Yeshurun
Sisterhood arc giving a luncheon in
honor of- Dr Ray K. Daily, who re-
cently returned from Europe. Reserva-
tions may be made with Mrs. Morris
Catchman, 2720 Isabella Street. Le-
high 8896. —
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At the Brith Millah of the new born
baby of Mr. and Mrs. R. Heath,
which took pbtoe last Sunday morning
at the home of, the baby’s grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. Greenfield, in answer
to an appeal made by Rabbi Max Gel-
ler and Mr. F. Maas, the sum of #11
was raised for charity—half for the
Free s Loan Society and half tor. the
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Don t forget the eleventh annual
dance sponsored by the Ladies Auxil-
iary of Congregation Adath Israel, to
be given in the beautiful ball room of
the Ricy Hotel, on February 3rd, 1935,
Music will be furnished by a well
known popular orchestra Be there.
• The Blackstone Grill is planning on
having a gala New Year's Eve party
at this beautiful restaurant, 1007 Main
Street. A delirious dmnej will be serv-
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out any additional charge Don’t for-
get to spend a gala New Year’s Eve
with Mr. and Mrs. Gus-Stern at the
Blackstone, for only #2.50 per person
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Mesdames Paul Lang, Ike Daily and
Isadore Richker will be joint hostesses
at an open house Sunday, December
30, from 2:30 to 5:30, honoring th_
golden- wedding anniversary of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J Richker. The
hospitality will be held-at the home
of Mrs. Larig, 1611 St. Emanuel. Mr.
and M4s. Louis Richker of Fort Worth,
■Mr. and Mrs. Abe Lewis of Corpus
Christi and their families will be among
the out of town guests. Ail friends- are
invited and no other invitations will
be issued save through the press.
Mr. and Mrs. B Simpson, 2402
Southmore, announce the Bar Mitt-
vah of their son, Bernard, Saturday,
December 29th, at Congregation Adath
Yeshurun. Master Sampson wi!! con-
duct the first service and the reading
of the moftah. ReV. R. Kaplan, form-
erly cantor of Adath Yeshurun, will 1r
the guest of honor and will chant the
additional services. Relatives anti
friends hre invited to be present. Mr,
and Mrs. Sampson will hold open
house Sunday from 2 to 6 at thei
home, 2402 Southmore, in honor o
The marriage of Miss Anna Saidlar,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Saidlar
and Harman Barger, was solemnize*
Sunday evening at tha h<*ne of the
bride’ parents, with Rabbi Max Geller
officiating. The bride was given in
marriage by her parent*. She wore a
handsome ensemble of autumn brown
crepe* with accessories to harmonise.
Her corsage was of Talisman rotas and
valfty lilies. The house was filled with
4 profusion of flowers of a golden
shade and the dining room table was
centered -With yellow seasonal blossoms
in a silver bowl flanked by yellow tap-
ers in silver holders. Mr, and Mrs.
Berger left immediately after the cere-
mony for a wedding trip end will he
at home after January 1st, at 1717
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At an executive meeting held at the
home of- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Susholu,
4720 LaBranch Street, .Rabbi Sande.rs
A. Tofield recommended that a me
morial service be arranged in honor of
rhe late Harris Wemgarten and Max
O. Jurana. The board accepted the
suggestion and set Wednesday, Janu-
ary 9th, at 8 o'clock at the synagogue
for this occasion,
Rabbis from this city and from near-
by communities as well as a number
of laytpen will participate in the ser-
vices and ip paying tribute to the two
deceased members ’ Sf Congregation
Adath Yeshurun, who "although sep-
arated by a cofnplete generation in age
at the time of their departar'e to eternal
life, were neverthless united in loyalty
and untiring efforts for the welfare of
Adath Yeshurun and numerous en-
deavors of their ancestral faith. De-
tailed announcements of the service will
be made at a future date.
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Thestinarriage of Miss Grace Celeste
Poliak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Poliak, to Mftchell' Lewis, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Lewis, took
place Sunday afternoon, December 2J,
at the home of the bride’s parents,
with Rabbi Henry Barnston perform-
ing the cere.mony. Doctor Barnston
also officiated at the marriage of the
bride's ^parents. . Miss Sadie 'Wanger
gave the wedding music, playing the
accompaniment for Miss Sophie Lewis,
who sang "At Dawning,” and for
Louis Goldstein, violinist. Calla Ililies
and roses in pedestial baskets were
used about the rooms, and an altar.
s fashioned of palms intermingled
with shaded chrysanthemums. An aisle
.was defined through the living room
by friends of the bride, who held silver
cords, the rosebud corsage on the wrist-
of each girl affording decorative
touches at intervals. The group includ-
ed Mfsses Emma Nachlas, Mathilde
Mazow, Bessie Lewis. Dejla Tartakqv,
Saralt Blonstein, Mesdames Arthur
Stone, P; Robert Fnedberg, Irving
Glick and Jake Glick. The bride,"who
was. given iij, marriage by her father,
wore a model of white crepe fashioned
wirh a jacquette of silver lame, with a
high neckline, circled with • a small
standing collar, in front bands of the
material extending to the waist form-
ing short epaaulfttc-hke sleeves’, and a
row of tiny buttons at the back. The
slender skirt merged into a short train.
She wore* a pearl tiara in her hair and
carried a bouquet of calla lilies tied
with silver ribbon, which cascaded the
length of her skirt. Robert Lewis
ed as best man. A green, pink
silver theme was deveiopad in the ap-
pointments of the bride’s table, which,
was centered with an embossed wed-
ding cake, flanked on either side with
silver candelabra in which burned pink
tapers. Miss Mathilde Mazow presided
at the punch bowl, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis have gone on a wedding trip to
Mexico, and will be at home at 4317
Elsbury on their return. The bride is
traveling in an ensemble of brown
wool trimmed with fox fur, with which
she wears a blouse of rust lace thread-
ed with silver, and accessories in brown.
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