The American Israelite in Cincinnati, Ohio
12 Oct 1916

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12 Oct 1916

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The American Israelite (Newspaper) - October 12, 1916, Cincinnati, OhioA a a a a a Klimi. Fes Suffi Ghr additional correspond Enid a a Alft it it Slit ill iwo Sipll i apr 4� a a a a a a a up continued from Page 2. Of up ibis congregate la took flt of is Aii Hect on Rosh hos Hannah eve a Mes Lile of the shofar Quot which was highly interesting As was also the one on nosh hos Hannah morning when he Inoke on the a quest of a his of file on Friday i evening sept. A 29, which was Melee or Impromptu showed thought and a Well trained mind. On Yam kippur eve he a Kol Nidre Sermon a which was quite a nor opiate and conformed with the occasion. Fine was his Sermon on a repentance a which he a ave on yom kippur morning in which he evinced i Pip a so convincingly that they easily carried conviction to k hearts of All who Beard him. Everyone expressed himself As greatly pleased with the services throughout and All Hope to have the Opportunity to hear or. Rypins a Ain while in the City or. Rypins was the guest disk. R. H. Ettenson and family. He Ltd on sunday afternoon for a few Days visit with his Uncle rabbi Bernstein in St Joseph mo., from there going to Cincinnati to resume his studies at the hebrew Union number of people from nearby towns attended our Bol Day services among whom were or. I. J. Ringo sky and son and or Harry Jacobs of Kansas City to guests of or. And mrs. De. Win nig or. Henry Miller of Kansas City guest of judge and mrs. Eli nerd linger mrs. R. Coleman of san Francisco calif., guest of or. And plus. Sam Levene Aaron Ettenson of Augusta kan., guest of mrs. R. H. Ettenson or. Joe Levene of Kansas City mo., guest of his parents or. And mrs. Sam Leven a Ujj Jar. Cass Friedberg of Chicago guest of or. Morris . And mrs. Moe Ettenson will be at Home at 523 Pottawatomie Street after nov. 1.�?mr. And mrs. Emanuel Greenbaum of Milwaukee who have been the guests of mrs. Greenbauml a father or. La tvs Hoffman and sister mrs. Ernest Frederick and or. Fredericks aft now at Excelsior Springs mo., and will visit friends City before returning to theft Edna Rosenfield has returned to Northampton,pdass., to resume her studies at Smith . Lyle Sellers who is of a a student at the Kansas University was the week end guest of his Mother mrs. mrs. R. Cold Man left for her Home in san Francisco after a visit with or. And mrs. Sam school will be opened soon and will be held at the Temple House of Jacob. Miss Evelyn Ettenson and miss Josephine Hait will have charge. A or. Morris Abeles had charge of the yom kippur services for the jewish i glm Tes of the u. S. Disciplinary food Sale held by our ladies Aid society last wednesday netted a Good sum which helps to swell the Temple building was started last monday morning on tearing Down the old Temple to make room for the Beautiful new Tabernacle which is to be erected this Pinter Muncie . And mrs. S. Rin Gold and mrs. H. Netzorg have returned from a two weeks stay in Detroit. A mrs. E. F. Kiser of Indianapolis spent monday with her parents or. And mrs. M. . A. Feinberg and sons. Marcus and Myron have where they spent the past two weeks with or. And mrs. J. Borenstein.�?1the jewish ladies Aid society entertained on tuesday oct. 10, in Honor of their 20th anniversary. Cards were enjoyed after which an elaborate luncheon was served. The out of town guests were mrs. Herman Marx of Detroit and mrs. Sol Fry of new and mrs Herman Marx of Detroit Are visiting their parents or. And mrs. Harris r. Yogel and family Are now domiciled in their new House where they will be pleased to see their Many services were held in the Bethel Temple or. J. J. Meyer Witz of the hebrew Union College . And mrs. Sam ring old while motoring through Michigan had the misfortune to fall into the hands of the Law for violating the Speed limit but after quite a delay and the payment of the customary charges they were allowed to continue their journey and arrived Home late Friday night reporting an enjoyable . And mrs. M. L Alt Schul spent several Days in Chicago the past i. O. B. B. Hold a special meeting in their Lodge rooms wednesday . Geo. Roberts and family spent the Jim Days in Terre haute . And mrs. Manny Vogel spent sunday with their Mother mrs. R. . Joe Levy spent sunday in and mrs. Chas. Hirsch and daughter of Dunkirk spent last sunday with mrs. Hirschy sister mrs. H. Eichel. Monroe unusually Large congregation filled Temple by Nai Israel the occasion being the Celebration of the new her and the opening of the Beautiful and spacious new Temple. The temp i is of greek ionic style and St Ito on one of Monroe a finest Sites a credit to the jewish con leg Atiqi and a Monument to the City. Theil religious school adjoins the rear of the Temple and consists of a Large auditorium for social purposes end class rooms for the children on the second floor. The Temple is also equipped off a every facility that m modern congregation should possess and will soon be Able to carry on the Numero is pro Tivi ties religious educational and social which it has planned. The Temple is one of to in finest in the South and tie a rectal at a Cost of $60,000. The erect of this magnificent edifice was due to the liberality of every and to the untiring efforts of the building committee of whip or. Sam Kaplan is the chairman edit Iii re it i j. B. Poliak the minister of the congregation. American Israel let Miriam extor whose marriage to or. Eman i Rubel of . Misa Wertll take ice thursday evening october 9th, ii be the honoree at a Brilliant Box try Tah tendered wednesday ening by messes. And mesdames lius Goodman and Ben is. David Levy has As her guest is. Leopold Levy of Brownsville in a miss Ruth Goodman who is at Ding Ward Belmont Colleg a i Ashville will arrive thursday to and not wow fwd 1inr Flag Rich she will a a five As maid of Honor. Mrs. H. L. Gamelson has As her tests mrs. S. F. Hilzheim a a miss be hearing of Pine Bluff . It a Goldstien is again in the City Ter having spent a few Days with a . And mme Lee it Bernstien Are now at Home at pie Hobson 677 Poplar . And mrs. Albert Clark announce the birth of a Little . And mrs. Sam Joseph of Blytheville ark., Are spending a few Days in the City As guest of . And mrs. H. Friedman and daughters miss Florrie and Jeanette of Oxford miss., after a delightful motor trip spent the holidays As Guy a Mapati ves. Or. Gus Beachberg of Brownsville Tenn., spent the weekend in Memphis. A mrs. Less and daughter miss Minnie of Walnut. Ridge ark., spent a few Days As guests of or. And mrs. Harry Isaacs on Lewis . And mrs. Charles Meyers Are at Home to friends on North Opheila Ehrman of Helena ark., is the Yueji of or. And mrs. Aaron Thelma Lowenberg of Vicksburg miss., is the guest of her cousins or. And mrs. Louis . And mrs. R. Cohen and daughter Jocelyn have returned to pm her Surg Tenn., after visit with relatives. Nashvl Jap Tenn. A Ben Lindauer died very suddenly at Battle Creek september 27, in his sixty first year. He leaves a widow and one daughter miss Blanche one brother Jos. Lindauer of Nas Lle mrs. Up Florsheim of Chicago aft mrs. Ben Herman of the annual meeting of the Vine Street Temple october 1, the following officers were elected president Adolph Meyers vice president Clarence Bernstein Secretary Joseph Hirsch la amp measurer David cling a directors r. Z. Fol qty David Lowenheim Henry Weinbaum Leo Schwartz Isadore Abrahams Arthur Joseph. The sisterhood served refreshments at the close of the marriage of miss Ruby Benson and mrs. Jos. Lacey of Chicago took place sunday evening it 1, at the Boff the p9e�?Ts aunt mrs. Lou Shyer. Just the immediate am a were present. Rabbi m. Saltzman Leah Frank was hostess of the open research club oct. 11.�?the Magazine Circle will hold its first meeting with miss Fanny Henlein on oct. 14.�?mrs. Fannah Reisman we leave shortly for Chattanooga to spend the Winter with her children or. And mrs. Emanuel . And mrs. Sig. Marks Dot Sulzbacher Are rejoicing Over the arrival of a . Mary Loventhal and miss mule Loventhal have returned after a pleasant summer at Atlantic City. A mrs. B. Schweitzer of Louisville is the guest of her parents or. And mrs. Sol. . Dave Stela a her of Mobile ala., is visiting her children or. And mrs. Dave Rose Marx of Louisville spent several Days with her sister. Mrs. Clarence Temple sisterhood will hold its first meeting of the season monday oct. 15. An elaborate programme has been wedding of miss Leah Frank and or. Harry Bloom of Louisville will take place nov. 14.�?mrs. Sadie Crone of Louisville is the guest of of h. Sarcyk and mrs. Sallie . Nathan Roos of new Orleans and mrs. Hilton Dentzer of Beaumont Texas Are the guests of their parents or. And mrs. Harris . Coleman Abrahams of Cincinnati is visiting her children or. And mrs. Julius Abrahams. Norfolk w. Or. And mrs. Elias Ball will celebrate the Jpn Teeth anniversary of their wedding Day at their Home on Fairfax Avenue this evening. A or. And mrs. Benj. Margolius Are spending the Winter at the hotel Monticello. A mrs. S. Marcus and daughter of new York Are the guests or. And mrs. A. B. . Milton hamburger spent the holidays visiting his Mother mrs. S. Hamburger on colonial . And mrs. B. Kahn miss Fannie Obern Dorfer and or. B. E. Oberndorfer have to paved Tintcy heir new apart ments on colonial mrs. A. J. Morris and daughters have returned from Tarry town new York after spending the summer mrs. E. M. Marx has returned to Norfolk after a visit with her parents or. And mrs. S. Marcus in Gordon Ville . Sydney Loeb left for new York sunday night after a visit with her Mother mrs. L. Wasserman on Onley mrs. J. Malbon Barr and two sons left for Petersburg to join or. Barr after spending the summer at the Sherrick cottage at Ocean . Leroy Margolius la vill enter the new York military school for the ensuing . And mrs. A. B. Seldner have closed their summer Home at Ocean View and returned to their Home in Armistead Bridge . And mrs. Benj. Margolius returned from Ocean View after spending the Sun Paer at the Sherrick cottage and have taken a suite at the hotel Monticello for the . And mrs. Norman Hof Heimer and son Are residing in the a a Lansing for the Winter mrs. E. Westheimer was in new York where she attended the funeral of her brother in Law or. Doris Marks of Charleston s. C., who was i Ting her grandmother mrs. Isaac Moritz left for Boston yesterday for Wellsley . Jacob Hecht gave a family dinner on monday at her Home on Boissevain Avenue in compliment to her 65th birthday surrounded by her children and . And mrs. Albert Gerst and son Herbert have returned from a three weeks trip through new . S. B. Whitlock left for the University of Virginia. A mrs. R. Rosenfeld and daughter mrs. Mauricw Brandt and son have returned from the mountains of Virginia and stopping at the hotel Southland until the completion of their Home on Boiss Elainne Edward n. Calish of Richmond va., and or. L. Wiel. Of Goldsboro n. Were entertained at the Home Dju we a or and my. Max pin Cus on last . Leroy Margolius son of or. And mrs. Benj. Margolius left to enter the new York military Academy for the season of 1919-17. Ladies of the sisterhood conducted a i Blum is now reorganizing the Sabbath very successful lunch room during the i school with the Able assistance of a Sar Ben Wise mrs. Louise Samuels mrs. J. Meyers memorial Hospital has inaugurated a miss Jennie Eulenstein miss Sylvia Campaign to i raise funds for the in Lange mis Jennie Cohn and or. A creasing Charity work in connection first meeting of the with the work of the Temple sisterhood for this year was sisterhood is arranging for a rum-1 held sunday afternoon. Election of Mage Sale to be held later in the officers took place the following Victor Rosewater was Ling re elected mrs. L. Myers pres. One of the principal members of the mrs. W. Ensel vice pres. Mrs. Louis ladies committee w pertained Samu Elsje Trenam Florb m. Eckstein mrs. Wilson on her visit last thurs Sec. Mrs. W. Harris financial Sec. Day with president Wilson to at Many new plans were discussed for tend the Celebration of the Semi Cen the coming year. The sisterhood is o m business hours 8 30 to 6 of Elf m. Dalil sir ill if w inter Hie he All oar great department specializing children9# Unkhas a Complete Stock of anything and everything required in children a. Tenial of Nebraska. A mrs. Selwyn i working Earnd preparing for. A i the prices Quality cons�cfeb3&��&ery reasonable. It will Jacobs of Norfolk va., who has been Sale and Bazaar to be held next month. So a a ans j it the guest of her parents or. And mrs. Henry Hiller left for her Home mrs. E. Rosenthal of new York City is visiting at the Home of her Daugh you to buy children a underwear at this time. Last . Hartman visited her Ter mrs. Louis m. . Jack father or. Albert Cahn during the Goldman is enjoying the visit of her fifth floor a ak-8ar-Ben festivities. A Paducah Lee j. Levin Ger returned to the City the first of Mother and sister mrs. Lieberthal and daughter Irma get . Her maj Mann cd included her visit september and opened the Temple on with her sister mrs. M. Salzenstein returning to her Home in Morris 111. Or. Julius Rosenwald of Chicago the 8th. The Temple has been improved by an indirect lighting system children a fleeced vests end pants Pine ribbed Cotton High neck Long sleeve ankle drawers. Size 2 to 12 years. Per garment i Quot and the school building by a new paid a visit to Springfield recently partition and several new pictures. The Elj Gobi we Jar accompanied by mrs. Jpe Vinger who was greeted by a reception Given by the Temple sisterhood at the Standard club on sept. Or. Rosenwald was born and raised in our City and he was welcomed by a Host of Gussie Rosenthal of t info Luff 111 motored to our City spending a couple of Days at the children so Forest Mills Fine White fleeced Cutten vests and Pentsa hand finished. Sizes 3 to 8 years per garment. Sizes 12 to 16 years per garment 80c 5. Rabbi and mrs Levinger gave an cd bpm Nuel . Informal reception As a House warming for their friends on sept. 17. Sev h. Bair who us recovering from a recent illness is Jet the Home 6f her eral Young people have left Paducah daughter mrs. Frank r. Simmons. For various schools and colleges Samuel Herwitz and Arthur Simon Are attending the University of Cin Marian Lilienstein daughter of or. And mrs. Eli Lilienstein has left for school in St. Arnold Ensel children so Forest Mills a White Wool vests and pants hand finished. Sizes 3 to 10 years al g i a j a per garment. Sizes 10 to 16 jeers a garment a tuft la Cannati misses Aimee Marks and few or Fon a Louise Goldman Ward Belmont aca last week for Ann Arbor to enter Demy at Nashville Tenn and miss University Law school. Lydia Wizelle has returned to Lewis Institute at Chicago. James Fried Herman Cohn son of or. And mrs. Joseph Cohn has also entered the Man has entered the University of University Obj Michigan Law school. Penn., and will i. Levy has returned to . And mrs. Gold or. Arthur Simon of Valparaiso ind., was married to miss Aliene of Man of Paris Texas who have been Erman of Springfield. The ceremony k visiting their daughter. Mrs. Jesse b. Loeb went with her to Nashville accompanying miss Louise Goldman who entered Ward Belmont Academy . M. Goldsmith and miss Hannah Goldsmith have Given up their Home Here and have left for Dallas . Charles Michael has returned from a trip to Chicago with or. Michael. Or. Michael has remained there temporarily in the doctors . Albert Ullman and miss Rubye Michael were United in marriage by rabbi Levinger oct. 2, at 8 a.m., and then left on a wedding trip in the South. Out of town visitors for the occasion were mrs. Jos. Ullman mrs. Julius a. Felsen Thal and mrs. Henry Strauss of Brownsville Tenn., mrs. Greenbaum of Louisville ky., and or. Ben Cohn of Nashville . Mike Michael entertained for the Bride during the preceding week and mrs. Louis Rubel gave a complimentary party a for her. The pre nuptial dinner was held sunday afternoon. Among the guests were or. And mrs. Julius Harris of Cairo 111., who were in the City for a few . And mrs. Herman Friedman Are on an Eastern trip visiting their son James who is just entering the University of . And mrs. John w. Keiler have returned to the City from Charlevoix Lee j. Levinger has been appointed by the mayor As a member of a permanent morals commission to continue the work of the vice commission of which he was a Mem Jer. Rabbi Levinger is serving As Secretary of the morals commission which is very Active in working for the moral welfare of Che on sept. 29, rabbi Levinger began his work for the Cairo 111., Temple for the year. He exchanged pulpits for that Day with or. Jacob r. Marcus a student of the hebrew Union College who is officiating in Caird during the holy Days. Or. Marcus was Well received and made Many friends in his Brief stay it Peoria . I. Wildberg 906 North Madison returned after a visit in Chicago bringing with her mrs. E. Bender of that City her Cousin. Mrs. Bender will be in Peoria for one week. A sol Cohen violinist will give a recital Friday evening oct. 13, in the College recital . A. H. Weinstein of Detroit spent the holidays with his parents or. And mrs. J. A Einstein 604 Knox ill vie. Or. Weinstein left for Detroit saturday night a reception in Honor of the president of the Peoria women a club mrs. Milton Newman and new members of the club was held in the club House monday afternoon. The rooms of the club were attractively . And mrs. B. Wolf 315 College ave., announce the birth of a baby girl born thursday oct. 5. Richmond �?the new year and atonement Day services were largely attended. At the new year eve service Lieut. Col Barnard Salomonsky and staff from Camp Stewart attended. Or. Calisch a new Yttri Day Sermon was one Long to be remembered. A at a meeting of congregation Beth Ahab of which or. Calisch is rabbi and or. Charles Hutzler president it was decided to allow women Mem by a is the privilege of voting on congregational House activities were started on october 2. A the first meeting of the Richmond Section c.j.w., was held oct. 3. An informal reception and two i Jpn Hent musical numbers miss Gellman Soprano miss Sadie Fisher violinist and miss Carrie Clarke accompanist composed the program the engagement of miss Helen Whitlock and Lupos. Galeski has been to or. And mrs. Weinfeld a or. And mrs. Edwin Ezekiel entertained some friends on the fifth anniversary of their . Al so mgl Iobst Fine ribbed Cotton vests or pants tailor made Sise 2 Yeara. A 35c be a a a 6c additional for each additional Eide children s a a Globe tailor made Wool vests or pants in Cream White or natural Gray 2-year size. My 40�, 5c additional for each children a. A a Globe Union suits in White fleeced Cotton tailor made High neck Long sleeves and ankle length 60c 31s6 a a w e Jim la a a a a a additional for Ejon additional else. Wmma was performed at the la Salle hotel in the following out of town people attended the Holiday services or. Albert Myerstein or. And mrs. Andrew Myerstein of Virden or. Myer Lilienstein and son Arthur of Petersburg or. H. Frisch miss t. Deutch of Jacksonville or. Charlie Salzenstein or. And mrs. Myer Selig Man of Athey a Wabash . And mrs. Max Gross and son have returned to their Home in Chicago after a six weeks visit with the latter s parents or. And mrs. Sam . Meyer Livingston has gone to Valparaiso ind., to spend the Winter with her daughter mrs. Alex . Hattie Marks and or. Jean Marks have returned Home from an extended visit in new York and . H. Wolf and daughter have returned from Indianapolis where they spent the summer with their parents or. And mrs. A. . Henry Bernstein of Boston is visiting her parents or. And mrs. W b. Lowenberg o _ 4 for several weeks a mrs. Ray Stern land 1 m Stein 1 Swartz amp pots of Chicago spent the past week with Man 1. Children e r i n o or High suits in Cream White High neck Long sleeve and ankle length tailor made sizes 2 to 10. 1 $1.00 special children so a Forest Mills Union suits a hand finished a in Light or heavy weight Wool. Sizes 3 to 10 years. Sizes 12 to 16 years. Per suit a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a $1.15 $1.35 children so a Forest Mills a Union suits in White fleeced Cotton hand finished made in High neck. Long sleeve and ankle length sizes 3 per suit sizes 12 to per suit. 10 years 16 years. $1.00 children a White fleeced Cotton Union suits tape but ton and supporter sizes in to 12 years. Attachment. 59c a Childre Len wait Apt fleeced Cotton un10�3ugb but sup Pom it 11 a come tit Pitses 2 to per suit nah. Children Sam i no a Union a i its tape Button an supporter attachment. Sizes 2 to 12 Jfe a Uhl. Misses Cottons fleeced a or medium weight Cotton Union suits Hal Gas 2 to 12 years. Car it per �7uv sizes 14 and 16. A per suit. Cincinnati s greatest store acknowledgement of donations National jewish Hospital for consumptive div of Mishawaka. Cohen 1 Sam her sister mrs. Moie . J. Schwab and children of Charleston Hibbing Bloom a Cash .50 Jacob Cohen .50 Isaac Cohen 1 w. Va., have arrived for an extended m Cohen 1 b h Edelstein i Ben visit with their parents or. And mrs. I finn 1 Garber m Rev b Gusse 1 Simon swarts.-#6ervices during the in Helstern of Louis Helstein 1 Chas 2. 1 Gol hmm 1 j w Lindeke 1 Ben Lippman 2 h Markell 3 l h Mylkes 1 Nides Bros 3 Ben Norvitch .50 m e Osher Man 2 m Rogalsky 3 l Sachs 1 l Wolf 1 e s Wolf an 1. South Bend Adler 2 m Adler 1 Alexander amp Goldberg 2 or holidays Are being most Abl and impressively conducted by or. F. Mendelsohn of the . Numer Oij visitors from neighbouring cities attended the Rosh Soshana senders among them Beij messes. And Mes. Ike and Ben Oppenheimer of North Manchester Lewis Mark and David Betti Dienthal of mat feta mrs. M. Kraus i Job Ciralsky amp son 3 m foder 2 Iff and miss Levy of Esther b Rudenstein 2 m j Frankel 1 m Harris has returned from a visit with Orienda in . And mrs. A Harmon Wolf have returned from a several weeks stay at Mackinac and Battle . Kempner has returned from a few weeks visit with relatives in Buffalo if. I Washington d. the sunday school of the eighth Street Temple opened on saturday with Over 250 children in attendance the largest Ever enrolled or. And mrs. Bernard Katzenberg and miss Elsie Katzen Berg who have been guests of mrs Emil West have turned to their Home in Myers who has been spending several weeks in Washington with her parents. Or. And mrs. Samuel Saks has returned to her Home in Birmingham Celia Oppenheimer has returned to Bryn mawr pa., til continue her Gertrude Krohn Heim is spending several weeks in Atlantic . David Cohn is spending the Early of the Winter in Cleveland . And mrs. Mayer in Todd la held a reception Hist sunday evening in Honor of the bar Mitzvah of their son from this City who attended the Lowenberg Bardach wedding on wednesday at hotel Chamberlain old of stat Comfort va., were or. And mrs. Max Fisher. Miss Helen Fisher or. Milton Baer miss Aline Kronheim miss r. Kronheim d. And mrs. Melvin Fisher and or. And mrs. Harold Hortense King daughter of or. And mrs. Harry King has enrolled at Goucher College . And mrs. Elias Raff of Baltimore were week end guests of or. And mrs. Har Del Helen Fisher entertained at a Tea at her Home in Lanier place on tuesday in Hopf of her guest mass Adele Frozen of new . Sol Wallach of new York formerly of this City spent part of the past week with friends . L. Landsburgh has returned after a visit thoth new York Juthe Friday afternoon Bridge club met at the suburban club with mrs. Sid. Kaufman As , we. Katz recently the guest of mrs. M. Cohen has returned to . J. Selinger is spending two weeks in v it dam j a a. Wavea i Uumo n w Vino in Fred Lichtenstein of Tarboro n. York with he brother and Sis Omaha kippur was observed with very Large attendances at All the services. Kol Nidre night rabbi Cohn spoke on a by bread alone a making a plea for a Noble and Liberal use of riches. Saturday morning or. Cohns subject was a the life one Hundred and forty one children attended Temple Israel religious school sunday morning. The children will participate in the Harvest festival on eve. Services for the closing holy Days will be held wednesday evening oct. 18. At 8 of clock and thursday Moni ing i it 19. At 10 of clock. Soc meeting of the congregation will be held sunday afternoon oct. R.�?t1i is the guest of her father sol . And mrs. Jacobi of Wilmington n. C., were with their Mother mrs. Bertha Binswanger Over the . And mrs. Leon Wallerstein Are in new York visiting their children or. And mrs. L. Gold Stein Quot Springfield at Stith Sholom Temple have been resumed and we have been welcoming our new rabbi i. M. Blum of Brooklyn who occupies the pulpit vacated by rabbi Sidney Tedesche. We Are proud to have As our Leader one who is so Well qualified in performing his duties As rabbi and while he i been in our midst but a Short time be has made a Host of friends both in Springfield and Vicinity. A reception will be Given in his Hon ctr next thursday evening at Washington Park Pavilion. The Young ladies of the Temple will assist in making the evening a pleasant a go a rely awaiting the dedication a a a Beautiful new Temple the completion of which has unfortunately s been delayed a which has halted Many of our ambitious plans for the coming Ter in Law. Or. And mrs. J. G. Cohen. A or. And mrs. Leon Rosenbaum of Philadelphia the latter formerly miss Josie Blucher spent their honeymoon a this City where they have Many . Albert Sigmund has As her guest her sister mrs. L. Koenigs Berger of new e. Abel has returned from Pittsburg Fiere spa spent several months with her aunt mrs. Gerson . Alfred a Utas an of mrs. Haas has gone to Richmond where he will reside . Isadore Saks of new York spent last week in Washington with her sister mrs. Sidney Reizen Stiko a ilk sati the new year. Rosh has Hanah is passed. The head of the year is with eternity. But the new year is with us. May we improve the Days of Grace granted us. May we Plant Well in the soil of time the seeds of right thinking and right living that the Harvest be a glory to his a name 5 and to his children s name a it w a s he but Tetla a a i % liw e Gilbert 1> Eugino Gross .50 m Gilbert amp soil of d Hurwich 2 or h Lemontree 1 s w Lippman 5 Levy Bros 5 Leo Moore 10 d d Nemeth 2 h e Ries 1 j sch niger 2 Sam Spiro 5 j Hellberger 5 Harry Salinger 1 Louis k Stark 5 Ben Strauss 2 l m Schwartz 2 Sidney Unger 1 mrs c Weile 1lisll# Flint Mich a Benison 3 Jacob Bernstein 1 h m Bloomberg 3 m Brodsky 3 myer Brown 5 Phil cats Man 5 Ohi Nowitz Bros 5 mrs a Eppstein 1 Jos fru Rakin 5 d Gold Berger 3 a l Goldstein 1.50 Phil Goodman 2 Jos Gumn 3 h Harris 1 we Hauser 2 s Jaytee 5 s e 1 a ande 5 Louis Lebster 5 m Rosen Bloom 3 Edw Rosenberg 1 s Seitner 5 l Sorkin 1 c Steinman 1 met r Vincow 2 Weiner Bros 8 b we cd or 3 b Wei Neman 3 Hyman Winegar Den 5. Full w Trenton n. Rosenberg 3. Boston Barnett co 10. Leavenworth sons of truth 5. Ssi. Wabash. Bros. 5. 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