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.. Social Notes and Club Activities.. - Edited by ETHEL MOSCOVITZ AH material mutt be in our offices by Wednesday of each weal at neon • Pbona your messages to 5-6266 or mail them to P. 0. Bos 903 Engagement Announced JSaM fflft * WjmM j • £*' ||| I ’‘■^yMfflp-. ' jfl w : Bk J| Bi| ' 7 '.•;.; JB I ' ' | |■ HL a -B| . JB WlliPa' BP * ■./ * . . «*v r . m " • MISS RUTH BOGRAD Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bograd of Baltimore announce the engage ment of their daughter, Ruth, to Mr. Joe P. Safer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Safer of 2258 Laura Street. JACKSONVILLE JEWISH CENTER THIRD AND SILVER STREETS Phone 3-06 11 RABBI M. D. MARGOLIS DAILY SERVICES Morning services are recited daily at 7:00 a.m. and Sunday at 8:15 arm. Evening services are held at 6:50 (Mincha) and 7:10 (Maariv). SABBATH SERVICES Kabolas Shabbos will be recited this evening at 7:00 o’clock. Sat urday morning services will be conducted at 8:30 tomorrow, with Rabbi M. D. Margolis offiicating. Philip Selber who is to be married this Sunday will be called up to the Torah during the services, in accordance with Jewish tradition. Many of his friends and relatives will be present at this service in honor of the groom. CENTER REDECORATED FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS The work of renovating and re decorating the Center which was started several weeks ago is near ing completion. The facade, syn agogue, auditorium and all class rooms have been repaired and painted over by Hughes and Co., contractor, who was awarded the job. GIBBS’ STONE TO BE UNVEILED THIS SUNDAY The unveiling of a stone on the grave of the deceased child of Louis Gibbs, of Tallahassee, will take place Sunday morning at 11 o’clock. Rabbi Margolis will officiate. Friends and relatives of the family are invited to attend the ceremony. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Max N. Becker, son Melvin and Claire Becker, spent the week-end in Daytona Beach where Mr. Becker attended the Mid-Summer Conference of the American Legion. Mr. Becker is Fourth District Commander in which Jacksonville is located. Engagements WEIL - SUTKER Mrs. Ben Alpert of Savannah announces the engagement of her sister, Miss Adele Weil, to Sam David Sutker, also of Savannah. PAUL - RICHMAN Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Paul an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Mynne, to Meyer Rich man of Newark, N. J. The wed ding will be an event of August 25 at the home of the bride's par ents. All friends of the family are invited to attend the reception from 4 to 6 o’clock. KRIEGER - LEVIN Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Krieger of Valdosta, Ga., announce the en gagement of their daughter Mar ion Ruth to Mr. Leon Levin of Nashville, Georgia. The riiarriage will be solemnized October 20th. THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY Marriages RICHMAN - ROSENZWEIG Last Sunday evening at 7 o’clock at the Synagogue B. B. Jacob in Savannah the marriage of Miss Ethyl Richman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Selig Richman, and David Rosenzweig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rosenzweig, took place. The bride had Miss Lillian Ros enzweig, sister of the groom, as her maid of honor, and the brides maids were Miss Sybil Seligman of Atlanta, Miss Adele Weil and Miss Sara Kantisper. Mrs. Albert Barkowitz of Miami, Fla., sister of the bride was matron of honor. The best man was Manuel Wolfe of Atlanta, and the ushers were Harry Richman the bride’s broth er, Sam Sutker, Irving Center, Herman Simms of Atlanta and A1 Barkowitz of Atlanta. Immediately after the ceremo ny a reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents. Paul Muni wasn’t out of work long. The Twentieth Century “ Fox” trapped him for “Hudson Bay.” Palmer Appliance Co. 334 WEST FORSYTH PHONE 5-0071 Headquarters for 1940 Norge Heaters and Refrigerators Now Is The Time To Buy Your New Heater While Low Summer Prices Are In Effect. j \ ; k See this sparkling beauty with its - i extra food capacity—an Extra u Shelf at no Extra Cost— and its J| f\ many extra convenience features, v\ j Powered by the Royal Rollator 1 I > compressor... the King of Cold* J J Makers ... the only permanently v oiled and sealed domestic unit that’s refrigerant cooled for easy going J under heaviest loads in hottest j + weather. Come in... post yourself J on all that’s new in refrigeration. J ♦ Musings ♦ “Society is composed of two great classes: those have more dinners than appetite, and those who have more appetite than din ners.” Chamfort. See where Mil dred Leiberman and Perry Frank will be married in a quiet cer e m ony at the bride’s home on Sept. Ist. . . Lots of luck to the young couple. . . And so the summer continues with the young brides-elect and brides stealing the spot light. . . A lovely series of parties have been given Roslyn Siiverberg who will be come the bride of Philip Selber this Sunday in the Center. . . Ros lyn promises to be a beautiful bride, she is such a striking bru nette. . . Mollye Blattner, too, has been entertained with some de lightful events. . . Os interest to their many friends is the news that the Frank Roses of Balti more are now making their home in Miami. . . Mrs. is the former Miriam Safer of Jax. . . The Her Friday, Augusts man Rosenblatts have moved J the Ambassador Theirs was a fourth oi j„i" ’ ’ riage. . . And we learn fe] Sam Cherrys are in Villa Alexandria. . x h >| umn has always wondered 1\ more women don’t take UD tecture. . . There are so 3 things around the house tb? man can’t know that’s needed j For instance, corners have ale.- worried us. ..They are such d 2 gatherers. . . Now we learn £ Mollye Less (Mrs. Stanley) 2 little rounded pieces set ini’ corners of the baseboard in u beautiful new home in Villa AW andria. . . Speaking of homes tit other evening we were discuiL how many people we knew 2 have expressed a desire for a fa* of their own. . . We first admit* our own hope to own such a pW then we learned that other bad to the soli addicts include Ernest Pilton, Maurey Goldstein and ft* dy Hackel (Dr. Carl)... Vacat* note: the Nathan Newmans a cnjoyfhg themselves at the bead es. . . Social note: the Masada! are ready for a bang-up dan dance Labor Day in the Windsor,! . . . We wish the boys a huge sue cess on their first big event..