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becomingly garbed in a black picture bat and mole toupe squirrel trimmed Coat, courtesy Glenmaker & Co. Viola Hart was attired in a dinner dress of henna shade from Atkinson & Co. "Wilma Weiskopf, carrying a pink feather fan, tripped daintily forth in a pink taffeta, ostrich trimmed danc ing frock. A black satin and laxse dinner gown was gracefully dis played by Bernice Jacobson, courtesy Husch Bros. As a fitting close, Eliza beth Sinykin appeared in a formal velvet evening gown of an American beauty shade, courtesy Madam Wini fred Burns. Sophie Tucker and her Jazz Band were a syncopated success. Maybelle Greenberg ably impersonated the famous "Sophie". Her Jazz Band con sisted of Rose Winer, piano Ruth Zimmerman and Annette Rosen bloom, violin Hannah Hirshfeld, Cornet Eileen Perelstein, Drum Rosalind Aides, Mandolin. The play "When Love Is Young" kept the audience in laughter. Those who took part were: Dorothy Cohen, mother Minnie Ruvelson, another mother Becky Goldbarg, the girl and Sara Myers, the man. The party ended with refresh ments, dancing and fortune telling. MINNEAPOLIS LOCAL NEWS Continuedfrom Page 7 meet on Wednesday afternoon, De cember 8, 2:30 P. M., in the Talmud Torah Auditorium, Eighth and Fre mont Avenue North. A splendid musical program has been arranged. Mr. Gustavus Loev inger of St. Paul will be speaker, and Chanuka refreshments will be served. An especially appointed com mittee will be hostesses. At an advisory board meeting it was recommended that a banquet be tendered the football team. The com mittee appointed is as follows: Mrs. J. Feinberg, chairman Mrs. H. Cohen, Mrs. J. Greenberg, Mrs. Geo. Cutts, •Mrs. M. Gross, Mrs. Chas. Kronick, and Mrs. H. Tankel. The second annual supper dance, to be given by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Talmud Torah at the new assem bly room of the Radisson Hotel Tues day, January 11, is in charge of Mrs. N. N. Cohen. Only a limited number of tickets will be sold. Early reser vations should be made. MINNEAPOLIS CHAPTER OF HADDASSAH RESUMES ACTIVITIES. The Minneapolis Chapter of the Haddassah Society of the "Women" Zionist Organization will resume its activities at a tea to be given at the home of Mrs. M. J. Weinstein, 1207 Washburn Avenue North, Wednesday, December 22. There will be an in teresting program which will be an nounced in a later issue. FLAG DAY OF JEWISH NATION AL FUND CHANUKA SUN DAY, DECEMBER 12. The Seventh Annual Flag Day of the Jewish National Fund will be held on Chanuka, Sunday, December 12. Committees of young men and wom en thruout the city will offer for sale Zion flags for the benefit of the Jew ish National Fund. The Maccabaean Society, who will be in complete charge of the Flag Day has slready made all arrangements for the campaign and has secured the pledges of the Y. W. H. A., Y. M. H. A., Menorah,^ and Talmud Torah tion. Alumni for active participa? MACCABAEAN CHANUKA CELE BRATION. Chanuka being a Jewish National Holiday, the Maccabaean Society has found it both fitting and proper to arrange a celebration in commemora tion of this great historical event. With this in view arrangements have been made for an elaborate musical affair appropriate to the occasion. This First Annual Maccabaean Cha nuka celebration will be presented on Wednesday, December 8, 8:30 P. M., at the Minneapolis Talmud Torah, Fremont and Eighth Avenues North. Among other features will be num bers by some of the best talent of this city. In view of this fact the people are urged to avail themselves of this opportunity and attend the celebra tion as there will be no charge for ad- TALMUD TORAH ELEVEN GOES DOWN TO ITS FIRST DEFEAT. Playing before 2,500 spectators, the Talmud Torah football team suffered their first defeat of the season when they lost a well played game to the Glenn A. C. on Thanksgiving after noon at North High field. The Talmud Torahs outplayed their opponents in all departments of the game and but for the intercepting of a forward pass and the blocking of a punt near the Talmud Torah's goal, the opponents would not have scored, as the defense work of Rivkin, Cohn, Levitt, Gross, Tattleman, Hork and Glotter was of such order that all through the game the Glenns succeed ed in making but six first downs while mcoin sa/i 44 We mutt he more cheerful in the future 5 iq THE AMERICAN JEWISH WORUi ABRAHAM LINCOLN realized that cheerfulness is essential to our success, as individuals and as a nation. To be cheerful means to be successful and to be cheerful in the future, we must exercise thrift. Thrift, in personal affairs or in business, demands banking facilities. We offer you our complete serv ices in the handling of bo& personal and business accounts. the Talmud Torahs made 17. The carrying of the ball by Segal, Greenberg, Shapiro and Stein in the first half and Galinson in the second half was of very high order. The touchdown for the Talmud Torah was made by Julius Sloan, the goal being kicked by Jerry Greenberg. The Talmud Torah team have com pleted their schedule for the season, having played eight games to an ag gregate attendance of approximately 15,000. Of the eight games played four resulted in victory, three ties and one defeat. Combined Resources, $4,000,000 The following composed the person nel of the team: M. E. Cohn, captain Hyman Kohen, Bob Fedder, Louis Galinson, Leonard Glotter, Jerome Greenberg, Louis Gross, Moe Hork, Benj. Rivkin, Morris Rose,.. Eddie Rosenfield, Louis Segal, Mike Shap iro, Joe Silverman, Julius Sloan, Wm. Steinman, Louis Tattleman, Julius Shaker, manager. To show the appreciation of the public for the splendid showing of the team, a banquet and a "Football Night" dance will be given in their honor on Tuesday, Dec. 7th. The pub lic is invited to the dance, which will take place at the Talmud Torah Au ditorium at 8:30 P. M. CHAVRE KADISHE ELECT OFFICERS. The Chavre Kadishe of Minneapo lis City Lodge, O. B. A., had their regular meeting, Tuesday evening, November 23, at the Kenneseth Israel Synagogue. The following officers and trustees were elected: N. Lowen thal, chairman I. Borenstein, assist ant-chairman N. Waisbrem, secre tary M. Dulkin, treasurer and H. LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK i&Ae Stockholders of tAeie Ji\stihitior\j areJdeniiaif) JZennepm at7(intA Pouter DRIVE trucks Jfretgtft Car of tlje Sfigtfiuaga" TOWER MOTOR TRUCK COMPANY 2B lid. 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