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Volume Xl—Number 26.
Mr. Arthur Levy is ill with typhoid fever.
Miss Rita Goodman will summer in Louisa.
Miss Rita Jacobs is visiting friends in Durham, N.
Miss Rosa Strause has returned from Buckroe
Mrs. Samuel Sycle left this week for Buckroe
Mrs. A. H. Meyer and daughter left this week for
Mr. Sol Goldenberg suffered a stroke of paralysis
several days ago.
Mr. Julius Sycle and his daughter, Miss Ella, are
at Buckroe Beach.
Miss Bertha Block will leave shortly for Asheville,
N. C, to spend several weeks.
Mrs. Seymour Sycle and family left last week for
the Sweet Chalybeate Springs.
Mrs. Leon Dettelbach will leave the latter part of
this month for Bath Beach, L. I.
Mrs. Jacob Thalhimer left last week for Baltimore,
where she will spend the summer.
Mrs. I. S. Biers and family are spending the sum
mer at Crozet, Albemarle county.
Mrs. Moses Thalhimer will leave about the mid
dle of this month for Atlantic City.
Mr. Simon Sycle and family will leave the latter
part of this month for Buckroe Beach.
Miss Miriam Morris, of New York, is the guest of
Miss Esther Hirshberg, north Fourth street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Straus and children will leave
Sunday for Virginia Beach to remain a month.
Messrs. A. Greentree and Louis Nachman will go
to Virginia Beach Sunday to remain several days.
Mrs. Joseph Gold, after a pleasant visit to rela
tives in Richmond, has returned to her home in Hamp-'
Little Miss Blanche Lehman, of Suffolk, Va., who
has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. Cohen, has re
Miss Essie Lehman, of Bnena Vista, Va., who has
been visiting relatives in Richmond, returned home
Mrs. I. Stern and family left Monday for Sweet
Chalybeate Springs where they will spend the re
mainder of the summer.
Mrs. J. Lehman left this week for Bumpass, Lou
isa county, as did also Mrs. Louis Fellheimer and
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daughter. Mesdames Byron Bear, Louis Nachman.
and Theodore Nelson and others will follow later.
Misses Melanie Hortense and Zephora Weinberg
left last week for Dublin, Va., to visit relatives. They
will be gone about two months.
The committee appointed to solicit subscriptions
for a new synagogue is making steady progress, not
withstanding the warm weather.
The engagement is announced of Miss Florence
Myers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Myers, of
this city, to Mr. J. B. Hecht, of New York.
A quarterly meeting of the Ladies' Hebrew Be
nevolent Association was held last Wednesday after
noon in the assembly-room of the Beth Ahaba syna
gogue. The by-laws as amended were unanimously
adopted and ordered to be printed.
The lawn party and midsummer's night festival
at the Jefferson Club last Tuesday evening was quite
an enjoyable affa r. The ball-room was thrown open
and the young people had a pleasant dance. Cream
and cake were served on the lawn, which was hand
Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Morris, Miss Clara Strauss,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rosenbaum. Miss Corinne
Rosenbaum, Mis. Julius Straus, Mr. Milton J.Straus.
Masters M. Mitteldorfer, Irving J., and Percy J.
Straus left last Snnd;iy for Grand View. Messrs. M.
J. Straus, Morris, and Rosenbaum returned in time
for business Wednesday. The balance of the party
will remain for a week or more.
Upon the occasion of her eightieth birthday, last
Tuesday, Mrs. Ros die Held was the recipient of
many kind expressions of good will from the numer
ous friends who called upon her. A rtception was
held from 8 to 10:30 P. M., the enjoyment of which
was greatly added to by a musical programme ren
dered by the members of the Beth Ahaba choir with
Professor Jacob Reinhardt as accompanist.
The death of Captain Stotzenburg, of the Sixth
Cavalry, which occurred at Quingua. Philippine Is
lands, says the Albuquerque News, is deeply regretted
by a Urge number ot people in Albuquerque. He will
be remembered as lieutenant and post quartermaster
at Fort Wingate from 1887 to 1890. It was during
his administration that the Government spent $150,
--000 in rebuilding the post, all of which was under
his personal supervision. General Carr was com
mandant at the time and he spoke of Captain Stot
zenburg in words of highest praise for business abili
ties and strict honor and integrity. He was born
Nov. 24, 1858. Graduated at West Point in 1877.
He was a Jew.
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