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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - October 21, 1938, Indianapolis, IndianaFriday october 21, 1938 the jewish Post Page five smoker monday to open member drive for Lodge with the determination to set a new record members of the teams enea ering in the by Nai by Rith Meyer Efroymson sr., membership drive will Start the Ball rolling at the big smoker at 8 p. M. Monday oct. 24, in Kirsh Baum Center. The slogan of the Campaign is a every Loyal jew a member every member a Loyal Leo Kaminsky will address the smoker on a the by Nai by Ritho a Road to several entertainment features have also been arranged in addition to refreshments and smokes. The plan of the Campaign will be outlined by Jack b. Kammins chairman. The new members will be initiated at a banquet to be addressed by a jewish Leader of National . A. M. Entertain Homecoming fraters special Bloomington preparations were being made Here this week at the Sigma Alpha my fraternity House to Welcome alumni to the Homecoming game this week end. A Buffet luncheon will be served saturday to returning fraters and their guests. A1 Wisch and Sam Smulyan were initiated into the fraternity last saturday night. Alumni attending were Abner Schwartz Julian Glazer Louis Pachter Harry Bush. Richard Miller Armin Lipsig Herman Gross Jerry Savesky Eddie Goodman and Harry Berk and Irvin Sale the dates for the Hadassah rummage Sale have been changed to oct. 31, nov. 1 and 2, according to announcement this week. Wherever possible members Are requested to bring their bundles to the luncheon meeting oct. 26. Those wishing their bundles picked up should Call mrs. Herman Chalfie by. 5514.Many features for barn dance prizes for the Best costume entertainment and a special barn dance orchestra will feature the second annual barn dance of the Temple Young Peoples league set for 9 p. M. Sunday oct. 23, in Elmer Hohlt a barn. The Public is invited. Admission will be one Dollar a couple and costume dress will be optional. Co chairmen of the dance which is expected to draw a Large attendance Are Abner Schwartz and Marjorie Goldberg. The committee on arrangements includes Bernie Bloom Bob Jaeger Bud Wolf Marion Simon Harry Traugott Sidney Netzorg and Burt Kohn. To reach Elmer Hohlt a barn go 12 Miles South on Road 31 to interurban Stop 23, left one half mile to first Road to the right right one Quarter mile to the barn which is on the right hand Side of the mantel to speak in st. Louis sunday Samuel j. Mantel will go to st. Louis sunday oct. 23, to speak at the initiation banquet of Missouri Lodge of by Nai by Rith. His subject will be a out of the Missouri Lodge organized in 1855, is one of the oldest by Nai by Rith lodges in the country with a membership of Over 1,300. Star Debs Active invitations will be issued soon by the Star Deb club for a unique dance a a popping hop a set for thanksgiving night. A club raffle is now being held the proceeds to go to Charity. It is planned to distribute baskets during thanksgiving and Christmas to needy families. Rites held services for mrs. Belle Grauman Kohn who died recently in Hollywood cal., were held tuesday oct. 18, in the Indianapolis hebrew cemetery with rabbi Morris Feuerlicht officiating. Arrangements were by Aaron Ruben funeral Home. Hostesses at services hostesses for the services at Beth Al Temple this Friday evening included mrs. Louis Barnett mrs. Jack Heilman mrs. Harold Platt mrs. R. Stolkin mrs. Ben Sachs mrs. Henry Blatt mrs. N. Weinberg mrs. Lewis Levy mrs. Meyer wild and mrs. Louis Gold a Stein All members of the Beth Al sisterhood which is now conduct ing an attendance Campaign hostesses from the sisterhood will \ serve each Friday Frisch speaker for talmud torah auxiliary Daniel Frisch will address the meeting of the ladies auxiliary of talmud torah at 2 15 p. M. Monday. Oct. 24, in Kirshbaum Center on a jewish education As i see mrs. Jack Helman will give the opening prayer and mrs. Aaron Glick will present current events. In charge of the program is mrs. Herman Chalfie. Mrs. Maurice perk is hospitality chairman for the month. Mrs. Harold i. Platt president will preside. Board meeting set Junior Hadassah will hold a Board meeting at 8 p. M. Wednesday oct. 26, in Kirshbaum Center to outline plans for the membership dance set for sunday evening nov. 20, in the Gold room of the Antlers hotel. By Mildred Cohen off with a bang. Here we go to Hillman a Indiana fur and l. S. Ayres in the order named. Tag along and see what we can find. What Saks fifth Avenue Means to the new York socialite Hillman a is rapidly becoming to mean to the discerning Indianapolis Dresser. Style Cut material and Mode Are All embodied in the name and Label a Hill Many. This acceptance by the elite of Indianapolis did not and does not come about by Mere Chance. All creations at Hillman a Are chosen with the greatest care and the utmost consideration for distinctiveness. If you Arentt one of the Large number who go to Hillman a when they want the very finest in women a suits and dresses you delay any longer. Shop at Hillman a when you want the Best. My Choice for the most stunning girl in town mrs. Verna Mae Hammerman. A a exciting new fur hats a if you want to look like a picture in Vogue or As though just returned from Paris you la hurry Down to the Indiana fur co., 29-31 e. Ohio st., and have a fur hat made to your order. Made from your fur or from ours it la be an exciting Climax to your smartest ensemble. You la Wear it feeling like a millionaire yet buy it at a Price that a hardly Worth mentioning �?$3.00�?$5.00 and $10.00. Another item that la excite your interest is the Alaska Seal custom made coat. Your dream of a coat come True a sumptuous wrap tailored to fit and designed to flatter you. And Many other furs too. See for yourself is my suggestion. The offices Choice for one of the Best liked jewish leaders in town a. Joseph Hyman. That tasty bit of the week is the chocolate cake luncheon size White or dark inside that Sells for Only 35 cents or if you prefer there is the fudge cake luncheon size that a Only 55 cents at Ayres bakery first floor. I tasted both and you can take my word for it these two cakes just take the cake Pardon me for deliciousness. Talk about melting in your Mouth or swimming in Delight that a the Way to describe these luncheon cakes or any other of the Large assortment of cakes pastries cookies breads and everything else to make what might be just an Ordinary meal into one of the highlights of the week. I May make mistakes but recommending Ayres bakery certainly is not one of them. Classes open beginners classes at the hebrew schools will open monday oct. 24, and All parents have been asked to Register their children before that time. The sunday school opened oct. 16 and the hebrew kindergarten will resume sessions oct. 24. An advanced adult hebrew class meeting at 7 30 p. M. Tuesdays at Kirshbaum will resume oct. 25 and is open to any one with a Reading knowledge of Charry to speak to it. Wayne Hadassah rabbi Elias Charry will speak at the opening luncheon of the it. Wayne Hadassah tuesday oct. 25. His subject will be a first mrs. Charry will accompany her husband to it. Wayne. Optimists hear rabbi a the world at our feet was the subject of an address which rabbi Maurice Goldblatt gave before the Optimist club at a luncheon meeting Friday in the Columbia club. Cohen elected special Pittsburgh Sultan g. Cohen was elected vice president of the National society of professional engineers at its meeting Here last week. Board meeting the Temple sisterhood will hold a Board meeting at 10 a. M. Tuesday nov. 1, in the Temple. Milton Strauss entertained 20 guests at a birthday party saturday evening at his Home. Miss Ivabelle Schildmeier will attend Homecoming saturday at Purdie. Or. And mrs. Sam Weinberger will spend the week end in Chicago. Visiting for a week with her sister mrs. Sam Dahlheimer in st. Louis is mrs. Bailey Brown. Mrs. I. E. Solomon left wednesday for new York. Temple sisterhood elect mrs. Markun name committees and state directors a Complete list of officers and committee chairmen elected at the Indiana federation of Temple sisterhood convention in Gary last week has been announced. Mrs. Isaac born is honorary president and mrs. Louis Markun is incoming president. First Vic president is mrs. Jerome Salm of Evansville. Mrs. Rose Shulman of South Bend is second Vic president and mrs. Sidney Romer of Indianapolis is corresponding Secretary. Treasurer is mrs. Joseph Kuppin of Marion. Directors Are mrs. A. Rudin Hammond mrs. Chester Lichten Berg it. Wayne mrs. Gus kerber Muncie mrs. L. Joseph Terre haute mrs. Sam Kaslow South Bend and mrs. M. Green Wald Evansville. On the advisory committee Are mrs. B. M. Edlavitch it. Wayne and mrs. Sara Messing Stem Chicago. Chairmen of state committees Are mrs. Harold Platt and mrs. Emma commoners Indianapolis mrs. S. H. Markowitz mrs. S. Bronstein and mrs. Harry Salm it. Wayne mrs. L. Pazol Muncie mrs. Albert Shulman South Bend mrs. J. L. Blumenthal Gary mrs. Julia Gevirtz Kokomo mrs. M. Rosen Marion mrs. J. Marshel Taxay Terre haute and mrs. B. Weil. Or. And mrs. Samuel Bunes i thursday celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary and were entertained this week at a number of parties. Members of the sunday night club entertained or. And mrs. Bunes tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. M. Maurer. On saturday evening a Surprise party was Given at their Home by the saturday night club. A gift was presented to or. And mrs. Bunes by mrs. Buness tuesday club. Committees named committees for the Chad has am fall dance set for sunday evening nov. 13, in the Antlers hotel were announced this week. Julius Breeman and sol crash Are co chairmen. They will be assisted by Paul Zick Mike Rubenstein Dave Fogel Morris Bryan Dave adlers Ralph Gorelick Sam Chermin Abe Bornstein Martin Bottigheimer and Henry Farber. Broadmoor dances members of Broadmoor country club will dance to the music of the Goodwin collegiate at the regular club dance this saturday night. The gala halloween costume dance of the club has been set for saturday oct. 29. Charry gives talks a series of four lectures on a the special message of the prophets is being Given by rabbi Elias Charry at the Phyllis Wheatley y. W. C. A. The first lecture was Given last thursday wardrobe service completes first year Barry wardrobe service the distinctive cleaning service designed for the North Side is now closing its first year in business. This concern owned and operated by Meyer j. Goldenberg has established an enviable record for its Fine Quality of service. The cleaning Plant is one of the most modern in the state and is a show place for All visiting cleaners to Indianapolis. All garments Are under the close supervision of or. And mrs. Goldenberg. He is a graduate of the National cleaning and dyers Institute of Silver Spring my. Named Secretary Indianapolis Temple sisterhood Wras awarded an additional Honor we Hen mrs. Sidney Romer became state corresponding Secretary at the state federation of Temple sisterhood convention in Gary oct. 12 and 13. Mrs. Louis Markun was installed As state president. Sisterhood affair the Public is invited to the Temple sisterhood Bingo at 2 p. M. Tuesday oct. 25, in blocks auditorium. Admission will be 50 cents and will include attractive Cash prizes and Many door prizes. Mrs. S. C. Bodner chairman has announced there will also be a cupboard of cakes and cookies offered for Sale. Household supplies you la be surprised at the completeness of our Stock a we Are a near As your Telephone a Meyer b. Cohen pharmacy 2802 Central free delivery we really clean suede shoes regardless of condition red line shoe re builders 5172 College Avenue Argus Yaver exclusive men swear smart hats # Tab and eyelet shirts unusual neckwear 38 n. Pennsylvania open saturday night

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