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The American Jewish world. [volume] (Minneapolis ;) 1915-current, February 04, 1916, Image 11

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[The news columns of The American Jewish
World are open for the publication of news
of a communal and social interest. These
must reach our office by Wednesday to in
«ure publication in the issue of the following
"Friday. Telephone your Minneapolis news
to Hyland 1860, or write The Society Editor,
The American Jewish World, 316 Tribune
\nnex, Minneapolis, Minnesota.]
With the Travelers.
The Misses Fnuikforter, 411 W. 25th,
have as their guest, their aunt, Mrs. B.
Fuchs of Chicago.
Mrs. Harry Rauch left Tuesday Feb. 1st
for an extended visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. Ehrlich of St. Louis, Mo.
Dr. S. N. Deinard leaves Saturday even
ing for Davenport, Iowa, where he will
deliver a lecture at the Temple of the
Jewish Reform Congregation, Sunday
Miss Gertrude Kulberg, who is teaching
school in St. Peter, Minn., will spend the
week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. Kulberg, 1819 10th Ave. S.
Mrs. M. Wain of Chisholm, Minn., is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. .losiah Brill, 4-"41
Xerxes ave. S.
Miss Anna Garber and Mr. Dan Gar
ber, 1712 Park ave., left Tuesday, Feb.
1st, to spend the remainder of the winter
in Los Angeles and San Diego, Cal. They
will return about April 1st.
Mr. Sam Herscovitz and Mr. Chas. Con
ner, of 1120 Knox ave. N., and Mr. Louis
Herscovitz, 500 Humboldt ave. N., left
for an extended trip through the South.
They will return about March 1st.
Mrs. S. Marks, who has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. A. Gruenberg, 615 E.
17th, returned to her home in Des Moines,
Iowa, Monday, .Ian. .'{1st.
Mr. Herman S. Koff, of Elgin, S. D., is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Koff,
Eleventh ave. N. He will attend the wee
ding of his sister Leah to Mr. Louis S.
Pinck, Sunday Feb. 20th.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Loeb are at the Rad
isson enroute to Duluth.
Entertain ng.
Mrs. Leo Strouse, 3027 Humboldt ave.
S, entertained informally at luncheon,
Miss Jessie Kulberg will entertain at a
hosiery shower in honor of Miss Pearl
Wolfson, a bride of this month, on Sun
day, Feb. 6th. Cards will be played.
Miss Minnie Helstein, .'{015 2.[)th ave. S.,
entertained a group of University students
at a beautifully appointed dinner, Sunday
night. Covers were laid for eight.
Rev. and Mrs. M. B. Heiman, 1827 14th
ave. S., entertained Sunday evening, Jan.
.'{(), in honor of their son, Samuel J., a
January graduate of South High School.
Covers were laid for forty guests.
The dance given by the Council of Jew
ish Women at the Radisson Roof Garden,
Tuesday, Feb. 1st, was well attended by
members and friends of the organization,
representing all sections of the commun
ity. The affair was characterized by a
spirit of congeniality unusual in such large
February 4, 1916 THE AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD 411
"Security" stamps.
Annual February
Furniture & Home
Furnishing Sales
Economies that set new precedents for the utmost in value for
your dollars—in reliable quality, altogether desirable merchandise.
These Sales offer selection from the largest stocks ever shown here of
household wares for The Home Complete.
Savings range from 10% to 50%. That is—you can
save from $10.00 to $50.00 on each $100.00 you spend here
—with the Further Saving of
To meet the home furnishing requirements of the greatest num
ber of people—at a time when the inducements will be most appreci
ated—is the object of these important events. We have been alert
to secure price concessions from leading manufacturers, having con
tracted months ago for the greater part of the goods for these sales.
Price advances since then make the values we offer now all the greater.
Whether your needs are few or many NOW is the time to supply them.
Look for our ads in the daily papers every day for special offers.
The Store Hours—) A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturday 6:30 P. M.
Nicollet ave Fifth st Marquette ave Minneapolis.
Gluek Brewing Co.
Pilsner Bottle Beer for Family trade.
Tel.—T. S. North 173
N. W. East 93
to 8% if you collect
iiL f.
Largest in the world
270x119 FEET.

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