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* I I .- - . .- . .." _ -Vfi work | t*cd II I I ■''Vi. ’• . t '"' Repaired A Trial Will Convince You ; ► s. dbLDFARB—L. e. shutehan 3001 Welton Tel. Champa 3966 ; 2510 applications for office workers in twelve months Tin- last twelve months Ims shown a civil tor demand for otllee wor kers than hi any like lierhxl In our history. To ho <•'"'£ "<■ " l "‘ ‘ j ...iveil ■•-,(, culls hookl stenoßniphefs. ele hs. tollman ml teael.'-rs, shies Cashiers. hillin': clerks, th-rks. Is oiie'intdrs and aeiieial olliee assistants. While tinny of Hast tins ever? month are tor temporary or snliKtitute pluees. espeelally dtirim, the'vaetitloit months, the laryer number are eseellea, permauett. posh Who sot-tire their trainins this summer! 77) 1625-43 Champa St. W2/Z/S Denver Colo. COAfAf£*C/sAt- SC//OOZ- uenver, v,oio. j * —— Columbia Grafonolas Just received a shipment by paying cash, will give you a discount of 30', on all models DENVER LOAN OFFICE, .:.h n s.U —— i ■ 1 ass j—ns ■ - _ MEYER UNDERTAKING V,« COMPANY Funeral Directors 1 Only Jewish Undertakers in Colorado. Cull automobile Equipment. ' V. i TRINIDA, COLO. (By our special correspondent, C. B- S.) ! Tin* Sisterhood of Temple Aaron j li»*ld election of officers at their last ' meeting. The results are as follows: j President. Mrs. L>. G. Gottlieb,; vice president. Mix Phil Pnfecr; seCre -1 iary, Mrs. M. .1. Kahn: treasurer, Mrs I M. J. Goldsmith. Mr. Leopold Handers is holding serv ices'at Temple Aaron for the summer. The prices f fir good attendh'nce were awarded to Joseph Politrk, Esther Poliak, Eli and Morey Levinson and Carolyn Sanders. The Teinfdc Alumni met last Monday with Saul l’oliak ami ! will tneet next week with Jacques ; Gottlieb. Mrs. Simon Sanders received word 1 of a son la>rn to her daughter, Mrs. tosefih Elliot of Pueblo. Mrs. Sunders leaves shortly to gr«*et the new arrival. I The Kahn-Fairchild Amusement Co. I have purchased the West (qlera House. I where they operate moving pictures. They also operate the Uialto and five moving picture houses in Los Vegas and Honldor. Mi's. A. Bone was a visitor in Trin ivlad for a few days on white to her home in Wichita. Kan. Mrs. L. Levinson is visiting In l*o i eblo. Mrs. Ben Gordon ahd lier son. Ches ter. are visiting relatives in Denver. Miss Lillian Hammorslough liiis he mmed to Trinidad after spending a J year at school in Baltimore hrifl vfsit ! iiig with her sister. Mrs. I. Stem in New York City. Mr. mid Mrs. Ben Flhuimerslohgh i and their daughters. Doris and Adeie have returned after an extensiw visit in New York 'City. Mrs. Holey of New York City is spending tin* summer witn her daugh ter. Mrs. Ed. Freirieli. The A. It. C. dub met with Mrs. Arthur Zanders. Mrs. Miix J. Kahn wfll be Tiosdess tills week. S EVENTH ANNUAL FLOWER DAY JEWISH NATIONAL FUND, SUNDAY, JUNE 13TH, 1920. ton* Jewish National Fowl Bureau of Atueriea issties the following ap peal. Jews: Palestine will soon Income tlio Xa lirmul home n't' the Jewish people. 'Experts say that Palestine, when <le i veloped, will support from five to six ME DENVER JEWISH NEWS million people. Some increase this number to ciyslit or toil million. We must, therefore, strive tltat the soil (ft Palestine should not lleco*ie the property- of individual* hut should la-long to the whole Jewish nation. This is the aim of the Jewish Xu tiouul Fund. The Jewish National Fund—con troried l»y tin* Ihternationul Zionist ''ongresfc—acquire land m Pales tide as the property of the Jewish pedple. The innd acquired by the National Fund ckn never tie resold Tint is made Over in hereditary lease at n low ren tal. to every Jew who is will!tig to cultivate it. The* National Fund is an everlasting fund that can never lie spent or nliennt-; ed. Tile Seventh Annual Flower Day of j the JeWisli National Fund is tin* first i kfter the issuance tif tlie niaiidate. I Show your love and enthusiasm for j tlie great Jewish Cause by supporting | 1 Fund.. Mrs. Joseph Zi gin mid. tforiTi Alldon. idis hCr sister, Nlrs. K. A. Nefliysel.' of New Orleans. ‘Lh.. visiting for the j sfi turner. Mrs. J. A. Kizenska. of 2(1X1 Ash. i entertained last Thursday at'tei*noon j in honor of Miss Sylvia Minowitz. who is to be a June bride. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cooper liave moved to 474 Lupin street. At an informal dinner at the twidd ler residence. Stout street, which took place June tftli. Mr. and Mrs. j’, Sliidler announced the engagement of tlieir dulighter. T-Tffie. to Mil* Kp stein. Miss Sliidler has spent most of her life iu T>eiiver and is greatly admired by her many friends for her ' (harming manner. Mr. lCpstein who s litis long be a » resident of Colorado j is widely known and respected in bus:- ■ ness circles. The Wedding will take place early in the fall. I M,r. and Mrs, Henry Franke! have gofto on a trip for a month and will visit- iu Lincoln. Sidnx City mid De troit. Mr. and Mrs. J. ShoflanwlsU to ail-, nounce the marriage of their (laughter. Gertrude, t<> Clyde M. North of Cl'eve-. laud, Ohio, at Washington, I>. C. June sth, . ._ . . i Social News Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wctadar arc now located in tlieir neW home. t»5.7 Adams. Mrs. Schapiro and her two daugh ters left for a trip to New York Itockaway Beach. Atlantic City u,,<l Boston. Miss Beth Ripley who lias hern at tending Smith College Is esiiM tod Tiom, Thursday. Little Miriam Neustcter. daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Neustcter will entertain a few of her little friends at a birthday party Monday. Miss Evelyn Cohen entertained last Thursday evening in honor of Miss Dorothy Cohen and Alie M. He remark. | Mrs. RoiKMt N. ftteeie W«s Hostess | ~t a Birthday party last. Thursday afternoon in compliment to Mrs. John 1 Eisner. A color fcclieme of lAnk and | white was curried out in the decora- I tions. Other guests Invited were Mes i daiues Frank D. Baldwin.. Rnc O. David. E. M. Jacobs. Gilbert It. Weir William S. Frieduinu. liavid li. ! Abramowitz. G. Beck. Rebecca itirsch I field. Charles R. Wasliboiiriie. Gus ! l Cecil uirz. S. E. laind. Fred T. VWlon MTld. I*. H. Stcgeman. .1. Knpp. Sam Bnrcts. Robert Ix?vy. Mrs. Harry E. Isaac&on lias as house - ghosts lier mother. Mrs. Harry N' Pfeifer and her sister. Miss laicille Pfeifer of Little Rock. Ark. Mrs. A. Z. Blnestonc- of New York. ! fs the house* guest of her brother and slater. MY*, and Mrs. L. Hricker. Mrs. P.luestoiie is an aunt of Mrs. C. E. H. ICauvnr. Mrs. j. Alexander. Avltn spent the winter in California, lius returned Ra the summer. Mr. hnd Mrs. F. Feldosman of 32.11 West lathe I’lHee. w-ffi 1* at homo to their friends Sunday nft«Tnoon. in lion, or of the graduation of their daughter. Clam.* Mr. and Mrs. S. Bitternuih enter rained flu* Anniversary dal) Honda 5 (vcnhig. I Mr. and Mrs. Max Fisliel have nioV ! d fo -Tl7 I'owning kfrAvt. Mrs. .1. S. Schweitzer leaves f«h* n’ ! \tended W«-st»Vn trip. She Will also | visit relatives in San Francisco. Miss Dorothy M. Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mm. Morris Cohen of 17**0. laifuyetfe stiver, and Als* M. Herzmark n*cfe married June 0. fit tin* Adam* Hotel. Rabbi C. E. Kanvar officiated Tlie young conple left: on a short honey nidon ti-ip hYid \x-tn make tlieir future home fii Khfisus City. Mr. N. Her/.- mark of Kunsas City, father of the groom, was lien* for tin* wedding. Mrs. Kmantiel Eller of Chicago, ill . Is tlie guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ginshurg. 1471 Knox Court, Mr. Eller, who is assistant corporation counsel of cfrfeago. will join Her in about two week*. Mrs. N. Hoeiiigsborg lias returned Horn a pleasant visit witn her son in .Memphis. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Ala* Feldstein. 1.708 Boulevard F.. are tlie proud pa rents i»f a ten pound Imhy boy. The little one has been named Philip It. FeUl stein. The marriage of Miss Lillian Dei ins and Oscar Epstein occurred Tuesday I evening at tiny home of the bride’s i parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Devins. ll.’iS Li pan street. ‘Dr. C. E. Kanvar performed tin* ceremony in the l»re -1 dice of the family and a few intimate friends after which a diiiner was scri ed to the assembled guests. Tin* bride wore a white grown and veil. Tlie young couple left for u short trip. Mr. Sydney H. Sclirnger. formerly of this city, now residing in SuYi I vnn i-isco. Cal., announces his engagement to Miss Fanelion M. Otteiilierg, of Baltimore. Maryland. Mrs. A. Is laelske, and daughter. Leona of Den ver. now visiting in San Francisco, iver© among tin* guests at tin* reception given in tlieir honor. Mrs. Sidney Kolifi hurt little daugh ter, reached home Tuesday from an extended visit in Memphis. Tenn.. with fclutfvcs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wohlgemuth unnPtinee tile engagement of their sis ler. Miss Laura Wise bn rt to Mr. Abra ham Louis, of Cortland, N. \\ Mr. and Mrs. David Alexander spent n few days in Denver, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Harris, upon tlieir return from California. ’ Word lifts been received from tin* 1 ,iclitig’s, former Denverites, that they are now located at 1)2(5 LukeVieiv Road. Eaijt Cleveland. O. On May With u Hayless Hayrack was enjoyed by a party of pi ensure seekers. Those* who were among the I party were: Misses Gnssie Brown, R«**e ROtlieriberg. Jessie Colieu. Sophia Ash , koivitz. Goldie Miller. Rose Clulainoff ; Celia Cliarney. Mumie Sarnett. Until j Miller, Irene Darre, Goldie Y\ alkowitz. Tin* home (tf Mr. and Mrs. Isadora j Feller. 1015 E. 25th avenue, was the scene of a lieaut'iful wedding Sunday, .lime 0, when their dunghter, Ida; was united in marriage to William El more. Cantor E. Samuels officiated. Mrs. S. H. Zwetow retnmed Monday from a visit with her daiighte, Mi’s. Alexander Kleferstein, of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. ZwotoW will lie al home at .77 laifayette street after Jime 15- Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Wilder were at home to their friends Tuesday evening in honor of their guest. Miss Thorne, and of their 10th weeding aiini versa ry. Mrs. Maurice Stager or lieadville. Colo., is visiting her sister. Mrs. Abel (ioldhammer for tlu* summer. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hem and fam ily. who have si»ont the winter in Cali fornia, motored into Denver. They are with fhdir parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1). T,. Rat'hofsky. Mrs. Max 11. Kravetz is entertaining for Miss Kllzulieth Goldberg of St. Joseph. Mo., at her new home. 80S Kil tnore. Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Lindciibntmi are now located at the Vermont Apart ment. I»S6 CluTkson. Miss Hannah Klein of New York is visiting her brother. Ren Klein. Mrs. M. Sli’riber has improved *uf Violently to return to her lioine from St. Joseph's Hospital, and hopes to Is? able to resume her classes in a few weeks. After an absence of fottr years. Mr. and Mrs. lands M. Ehrlich and'daugh ters. have returned to Denver to make it their future home. They are at K. TJth avenue and wiM lie glad to see their many friends. Miss Remice Guggenheim will be the hostess at « dancing party at her home Saturday evening, several out of town visitors in the city being the inspira tion. The guests of honor are the Misses Birdie and Florence Gordon .of Kansas City. Miss Ilaunuh Kfine of New York. Miss Edith Goodman of i iji Junta. Aliouut fifty guests are ex. I»ected. Mrs. .1. ZnVobnick. ITU 4 K. 22mV I avenue has fully reeoviTefl 'from l»«*r m ont illness, and will Ik* glad to see her many friends. Klie tabes this op portunity of extending her thanks for the many attentions given her during her illness. Mr. and Mrs. Mux M. Kra vet*. Mr.* and Mrs. Dave Newla-rger, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milstein. Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Goulstoue, Mr. Max Ramett ami Miss Elizalietli Goldberg of St. Joseph. Mo., attended the Colorado Screen club din ned and dancing party given at the Mt. Morrison Hotel. Monday evening, June 7th. Mrs. 1. Rude has returned from the cast where she attended the extraor dinary Zionist convention in New York. She also rfpent some time at Atlantic ‘City. Miss Johanna Strauss and N. Ross will be united in marriage at the home of the bride’s mother. Mrs. Sophia Strauss, 23.’10 Williams. Sunday. June i;>. Dr. Wm. S. Friedman will read the service in the presence of the family of the young people. Mrs. M. Ross of Chicago, mother of the groom, is in Denver to attend the wedding. After a short trip the young people will rnukc their home in l Denver. Mr. and Mrs. .Toe GOaU&otie, Mr. and Mrs. Max M. KniVetz, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Newherger. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milstein. motored to Troutdule for din ner Friday evening and enjoyed danc ing at Mt. 'Lookout. Mrs. M. Tish Tor is Ichviug for Los Vegak. New Mexico, where she will s]K*iid the summer With her daughter. Mrs. Charles Groonclay. Mr. and Mrs. Uoltert Lewis have moved to ltitli and Adams, while tlieiri home is being remodeled. Mr. and Mrs. Sig S tranks reached , Denver Tuesday, to spend the summer, after several months spent with their children in Chicago. They are with their daughter. Mrs. Mnrray C. Sliau del. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Weil, former Denverites are visitors in the city. The Harry Harris’ and family spent a few days iu Colorado Springs last week. The Mesdiiuies Jake Wolff and Mel vin .gchlessingcr will Ik- the hostesses at a luncheon Friday which they will • erve to their guests in the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. 1. Zimnielnian and son are leaving for Bt. Louis on June 10th to attend the Ziiumelihau-Spcctor wed ding which takes pluce in that city pu June 13th. Mr. and Mrs. Ginsburg auuounce the engagement of their daughter. Eva, to Mr. Henry liayutiu. Mr. atul Mtv. Ed. Lang of Ihnuha. Neb., who visited their brother. Alfred ■ Lung and faintly, of 2340 High street, left Monday night for their home. ‘ To have a good garden plant our dependable gr ide SEEDS and use our Garden Tools Our prices arc low Colorado Seed Co. 15X5 Champa Str. near 15th. Thone Champa 6568 FEHKOLD & DUNN Manufacturing Jewelers 1605 St„ Room 18 Watiulnm and white sold mountings DKSHJNS STBtoITTKI) Repairing neatly done t 1 ; Hello Champa 2711 CHARLES COHEN Kosher Groceries and Delicatessen FRESH EGGS AND POULTRY . 1842 Larimer St. 15% ditfrofrtit to all Who present this ad. V . .... -- f "\ Fliom* Delivery to all Cliampa 1732 parts of city P. KLEIN & CO. Groceries. 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