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The Jewish outlook. (Denver, Colo.) 1903-1913, August 05, 1904, Image 9

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Sadie Isaacs of Chicago, which will he
solemnized on September 4th.
The engagement of Mr. Leonard Ttoth
gerher to Miss Florence Leopold of New
Orleans is announced. Mr. Rothherger
.is a native of Denver and. although a
young man. has been prominent in busi
ness circles for many years and is highly
esteemed in our communitv. Mr. Ttoth
lierger is of the firm of Sam “Rarets &
Co. Miss Leopold formerlv lived in
Denver, hut is now one of the charming
belles of the Crescent Citv.
The Seven-Cent Social, which was
"iven the evening of Aug. 2nd. by the
Young Ladies’ Aid Society, was a great
success. The vestrv rooms of the Temple
were "av with red and white trimmings
and the neat original «i<*ns. The fortune
telling booths and the ice cream and
nunch booths were lih«rnllv patronized,
but the crowds were the thickest around
the large wheel of fortune stood
on the stage and was run hv Mr Fr«d
Aufenger and Mr. Nate “Rothehild. The
nlnv -was a clever little sketch called a
“•Fair “Encounter.” and was giv«n hv
“Miss Sippie Davidson and Miss Carton.
Mr. TTnrrv Sachs of Chicago is a visi
tor in Mnniton.
Mr. Tiro Mnv has returned from a
short hnsinoss trio.
Mr. TTnnrv Devi is spending a few
weeks in Maniton.
Mr. "Ron Rosenberg spont a fow days
in Denver last, week.
Miss Nellie of Denver, is a
guest at the Alta Vista.
Mr. Joseph has rotor-nod from a two
days’ business trip to Cripple Creek.
Mr. Seligman and Miss Seligman. are
snendlnnr the remainder of the summer at
the Cliff.
Mrs. C. Harris and Miss Addie E.
Harris of New York are visiting friends
in the city.
Mrs. Frank "Robbins of Texarkana,
Texas, is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
"William Davis.
Mrs. S. M. Stressing, Mrs. S. Enp
stoin and Miss Jessve Fnnstein of New
York are guests at the Cliff.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cohen spent a
few hours in the city on Monday, en
route to Pueblo and Cripple Creek.
Rabbi "W. S. Friedman. Mr. Alfred
Mueller and party were visitors in the
city yesterday, stopping at the Antlers.
Mrs. L. K. Rosenbaum and Miss
(Trace J. Rosenbaum of Evansville, In
diana, are at the Cliff House, Maniton.
Messrs. Harry, Jake and Sydney
Mier and Miss Sylvia Mier of Cleveland,
Ohio, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Kirchner.
Mr. and Mrs. George Harris of Den
ver and mother, Mrs. Goldman, spent
Sunday in the Springs, the guests of
Mrs. William Davis.
Messrs. D. Kaufman, Jules Levy,
Jonas Levy and Bernard Doyschen of
Houston, Texas, are stopping at the Elk
hotel for a visit of about two weeks.
To meet Mrs. Wolf of Paragould,
Arkansas, Mrs. I. Goldman, of Newport,
Arkansas, Mrs. H. W. Loeb of St. Louis,
Mrs. Marx Lorig, entertained on Thurs
day last. A progressive game. “Literary
Leaves,” being the feaure of the after
noon s enjoyment. Miss Belle Schoei.-
man of Houston, Texas, captured the
prize. The other guests present were:
Mrs. Frank of St. Joseph, Mo.: Mrs. Levy
and Miss Esther Levy of Shreveport,
La.: Mrs. M. Rosenfield of Pueblo; Miss
C. Goldsmith of Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. M.
S. Itafield, Mrs. L. Baeharaeh, Mrs. I.
Sehlesinger, Mrs. I. Oppenheimer, Mrs.
Dattelzweig, Mrs. Henry Sachs, and Mrs.
W. A. Shepard.
Mr. M. Glauber is in the city frojn
Mr. Chas. Moch has returned from
the East.
Miss Sallie Moch has returned from a
visit to the Fair.
Mrs. M. Klein and son of Kansas
City are in the city.
Mrs. L. Feist has returned to her
home in Kansas City.
Miss Sadie Wolf of Chicago is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. L. N. Guggenheim.
1539 CURTIS ST. (In basement of Opera House Block)
LUDWIG BROS. & WITZEL, Proprietors
The finest German Cafe West of Chicago—lmported Pilsner—Lemp’s Beer on-
Draught—All kinds of Delicatessen.
Concert Every Night by A. Pfeil’s Orchestra from 6 to 8 and 9 to 12
The Standard Sewing Machine Co. I* 35 #
J. H KEYSE, nanager
533-35 16th Street, Phone Main 1850 Denver, Colo.
Lack and chain stitch, high speed, light running, durability,
simplicity and noiselessness together with elegant furniture and
ease of operation, is what makes the Standard Rotary the most wSS jT kjil-—»
popular machine in the world.
Also, have a full line of Vibrating shuttle machines at prices to
suit your purse. All machines guaranteed for five years. Needles Dj I
and supplies for all makes of machines. Repairing or anything
wanted in the sewing machine line will be found at our store and
satlsfactlton guarnteed. M
Mrs. Simon Shloss and children left
Wednesday for Green Mountain Falls.
Mrs. Aaron Sonneborn and children
are summering at Green Mountain Falls.
Mr. and Mis. Ben Bergerman left
Tuesday for New York City and the sur
rounding resorts.
Mrs. O. J. Somers, who was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Heitler, returned to
her home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Rabat of Chicago,
are now living here. Mrs. Rabat is a sis
ter of Mrs. L. U. Guggenheim.
The Misses Dora, Diana and Ella
Samuels of Milwaukee, visited their sis
ter, Mrs. I. M. Ackerman, for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bergerman enter
tained at an elaborate dinner Sunday in
honor of Dr. and Mrs. Schreiber. Covers
were laid for t.wenty.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Schwarz have re
turned from their wedding tour and will
be at home to their friends after Septem
ber first, at the Imperial hotel.
Friday evening a merry party of
young folks were invited to the home of
Mrs. L. U. Guggenheim to meet her sis
ter, Miss Sadie Wolf. Several unique
guessing contests occupied the evening.
Misses Sallie Moch, Rose Kohn and Dr.
D. Gottlieb won the prizes.
After a short illness of but three
weeks with typhoid fever, Mrs. Herman
Stein died at the family residence, 206
Bradford street, Monday morning, be
sides her husband she leaves to mourn
her death a sister, Mrs. S. Weinberger,
and two brothers. Mr. M. Glauber, of
Chicago, and Mr. J. Glauber of Cripple
Creek. The entire family have the sym
pathy of many bereaved friends.

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