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With the Travelers. (Notice): Owing to the Christmas and New Year holidays which come on Thurs day of the two weeks following, all news must go to press one day earlier and giust reach the office not later than Tues day. Miss Helen Baldinger, daughter of Mi*, and Mrs. H. Baldinger, 369 Carroll ave nue, who attends school at Battle Creek, Mich., is spending the vacation at home with her parents. Mr. Irving I. Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. KIce, 1067 Goodrich avenue, returned home for the season vacation, from the University of Wisconsin, at Madison. Mr. Ted Solomon, whose home is now in New York City, is here for a few days visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph N. Carozo of the Ryan Hotel, will leave the first part of January to spend the winter months in California. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lovenstein of Mil bank, S. D., will be guests for New Year's of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Lovenstein, 1001 Goodrich avenue. Mrs. M. J. Levenson will have as her guest for several weeks, her sister-in law, Mrs. S. J. Helfman and two sons, Henry and Ivan, of Marshall, Minn. Rabbi Phillip Kleinman of the Tem ple Aaron, will leave in a few days for a lecture tour on behalf of the United Synagogue- of America, which will hold •its convention in Philadelphia soon. Rab bi Kleinman will visit Toledo, Cleveland, Buffalo and New York, and upon his return will stop at Omaha, whore he has been requested to conduct the Zionist Conference, January 3, upon behalf of the Zionist Organization of America. Mr. Samuel A. Burstein left this week for an extended eastern trip, on both business and pleasure. While in the east Mr. Burstein will visit in New York, his former home, returning to St. Paul about February 1% Mr. and Mrs. if. J. fcaim, Jfes Central Park Place, left this week for Chicago and the East, ^here they will remain for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Edelstein have returned from their wedding trip and are at their home, 1750 Portland.avenue. Mr. Harry W. Davis returned Monday from Superior, Wis., where he addressed the Annual Meeting of the Zionists ot that city. Entertaining. Mr. and Mrs. J. Dittenhoefer, 70S Sum mit avenue, entertained at a Sunday eve ning supper in honor of Mrs. D. Her tnand of Springfield, Mo. Covers were laid for fifty guests. Mrs. Charles Straus, 842 Summit ave nue, will be at home informally on the afternoon of December 24, in honor of her sister, Mrs. D. Herman, who is the guest of her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Rose, 857 Fairmount avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. Goldberg, 908 -.Portland avenue, entertained at dinner at their hornet Sttndajr last, in honor mi 10 THE AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD a LOCAL NEWS—ST. PAUL a their daughter, Esther's, birthday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. William So belman, Miss Frances Wolkoff and Messrs. Nathan Wolkoff, Walter Most, Isadore Goldberg and Morris Rosen. Mrs. H. Katz, 231 Norris street, gave a luncheon at her home Wednesday of this week. Covers were laid for forty guests. A most enjoyable Chanuka entertain ment was given by the pupils of the Sunday School of the Temple Zion, on Sunday morning at the Vestry Rooms of the Temple. A large audience was present, and the children acquitted themselves with great credit. Mr. arid Mrs. I. Nahinsky, 319 Aurora avenue, entertained at cards Friday eve ning last. They were assisted by Mrs. Berkwitz and Mrs. B. Zalkin. Announcements. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weiss, 1177 Lin coln avenue, announce the engagement Of their daughter, Evelyn Francos, to Mr. David Stanley Spector of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Weiss will be at home infor mally December 28, in honor of their daughter and her fiance. The hours will be from 8:30 to 10 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Feit, Amery, Wiscon sin, announce the marriage of their daughter, Eva, to Leonard Winterfield of this city. The wedding took place in this city on Thursday last. Mr. and Mrs. Winterfield have gone south on a wedding trip and will be at home after January 15th at 1819 Marshall avenue. The Child Psychology Study Class will Haye its regular meeting at 2:30 o'clock on Friday, December 26, at the Public Library. At Home. I&rs. G. Goldbarg, 579 Carroll avenue, will be at home informally on Sunday evening, December 28, from 8 to 10, in compliment to her daughter, Miss Ida, and her fiance, Mr. Joseph Salpeter. No cards have.been issued. Wathei^ Forecast^-CLOUDY for those whose lives are NOT Insured. For Insurance that Insures see Harry K. Wolkoff, Representing Mutual Life Ins. Co., of N. Y., 1201 Pioneer Bldg. Phone Cedar 744, Auto. 21 744. Residence, Jackson 448. WANTED. Jewish young lady with reference wanted, Kitchen Shop, 50 W. 7th St. Call Samuel Stein, Home Furniture Com pany, 49 W. 7th St., St. Paul, Minn. COMMUNITY CHANUKA CELE BRATION SUCCESS. The first Community Chanuka Cele bration held in St. Paul, took place last Monday afternoon, at the Shubert Thea ter,- which was donated for the occasion by Managers Finkelstein and Ruben. A splendid program had been arranged by a committee, of which Mrs. Gertrude Weiss was chairman, and the Misses Anna Kleinman and Katherine Neidorf members, all representing the Young Judeaa Ciafc leaders. The largest gath- (~\NLY by the aid of the expert corsetiere's art can graceful proportions be created or the ma ternity period properly assisted. Mme. Rabineau, who for the past ten years has corseted the smart est dressers in New York, designs individually and makes corsets to measure only. Appointments may be made at your home. eMmf. crfda ^abinau Exclusive Professional Corsetiere Paso Robles Terrace, 920 E. 19th St. Phones—South 6070 Main 6711 Dr. Edwin C. Murphy SURGEON CHIROPODIST Scientific treatment of corns, bun Ions and all ailments of the foot. Fallen arches a specialty. Cedar 2461 404-405 Comer Fifth Plttaburff Bide. and Wabasha Doctors agree that the careful selec tion of PURE3 RICH MILK for your family is the urgent duty of parents. The utmost care is exercised in the Inspection and Pasteurisation of Furl tan Milk and Cream. We solicit your inspection of our Modern Creamery. ST. PAUL MILK COMPANY 90S So. Franklin St* St. Paal Both Phones. DAMPIER-FISHER CO. G. F. BAIRD. Prop. FUNERAL DIRECTORS LADY ASSISTANT Phones, Cedar 378 Dial 21 078. *88 Weit Third St. St. Paul, Minn. FBAOTIOAIi BUSINESS SCHOOL 80S Minnesota St., St. Paul Day and Might Sckool All Year.