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The Jewish South. [volume] (Richmond, Va.) 1893-1899, December 17, 1897, Image 3

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IRicbmonb "flews.
Mr. S. Laupheimer, of Baltimore, was in the city
this week.
Miss Estelle Simon is the guest of Miss Hattie V.
Sycle, west Grace street.
Mrs. Henry Mycr, of Baltimore, formerly of Rich
mond, is the guest of Mrs. Stern, west Grace street.
Several marriages—exteremely rare events in Jew
ish circles in Richmond nowadays —are slated for the
near future.
Mrs. Harry M. Reinhard and son, who have been
on a visit of some length to relatives in Baltimore,
have returned home.
Mr. Leonard Ullman, of Cleveland, 0., was the
the guest this week of his sister, Mrs. Henry Waller
stein, 308 south Third street.
Mrs. Eli M. Bloomberg, of Philadelphia, who has
been visiting her husband's parents in this city for
several months, left for home a few days since.
The pupils of the Hebrew Sewing School will be
given a Channukah entertainment next Tuesday af
ternoon in the basement of the Beth Ahaba syna
Mr. and Mrs. Htrman J. Myers will celebrate their
silver-wedding anniversary to-morrow (Saturday)
evening from 8 to 11 o'clock at their lesidence, No.
407 north Eighth street.
A lecture was delivered by Rabbi Caliseh, of this
city, on " Possibilities of the Jews," last Sunday eve
ning, in the vestry rooms of Temple Emanu-El, Fifth
avenue and Forty-third street, New York.
Mrs. J. L. Marx and son, of Detroit, Mich., who
have been visiting relatives in this city, left on Tues
day last for Washington, where they intended to
spend several days before returning home.
Miss Bertha M. Lovenstein, who has been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Lovenstein for several weeks,
will leave Sunday afternoon for Savannah, Ga., in
which city she will in the future make her home.
If the weather be favorable this evening a meeting
of the ladies of the Beth Ahaba Congregation will be
held in the s\-nagogue after services. Steps will be
taken towards the organization of achoral union for
the promotion of congregational singing.
The " Ladies' Evening" at the Jefferson Club last
night, as is usually the case, proved a very pleasant
occasion. The attendance was all that could be de
sired. Card-playing, music, dancing, and supper
combined to give all present an enjoyable time.
The progressive whist party tenderered last Tues
daj' night to Miss Schier, of New York, by her host
and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Marcuse, of west
Clay street, was one of the most enjoyable affairs of
the season. Half a hundred couples participated in
the evening's pleasure, rendering the scene a brilliant
and merry one. The ladies' prizes were awarded
Misses Helen and Blanche Binswanger, while those
for the gentlemen were won by Messrs. A.Dettelbach
and Gaston Kraker. When the games were over a
superb supper was served.
Says last week's Baltimore/ew/s/i Comment: Mr.
and Mrs. Motz Prag entertained a whist party in ho
nor of Miss Rosenbaum, of Richmond, Va., on last
Thursday evening at their residence on Eutaw Place.
Among those present were the Misses Minnie Ber
wanger, Mattie Mann, Adele Lansburg, Irma Lans
burg, Hortense Guggenheimer, May Ring, Flora My
ers, Julia Guggenheimer, and Sara Brenner, the
Messrs. George Davis, Leon Coblenz, Leonard Mann,
Lewis Ring, Dr. Harris, Sylvan Rosenheim, Albert
Binswanger, Leon 'Greenbaum, William Mann, and
Harry Strauss, of New York.
■RtcbmonO JBaherE.
Orders taken for Fruit Cake. We also make
Apple and Cinnamon Coffe Cake, French, Rye,
and Seed Bread Leave orders and we deliver every
day. We give trading stamps.
Kass & Cone,
216 west Broad street.
Sbc Coulo Hot f?eep a Secret.
"What lovely jelly this is," said a lady to her
friend; "how on earth do you get such a delicious
flavor?" "Well, I don't mi-n 1 telling you thesecret,"
replied the other. "I use only the very best quality
Catawba wine, and I always get it from Arthur Levy
& Co., 112 east Broad street. It only costs 75 cents
per gallon. Ring up 'phone 800, and tell them to send
you some just like mine."
IRorfolfc IRews-
Little Misses Mabel Ruth Stern, Bessie Kern,
Elsie C. Campe, Blanche Metzger, Stella Frankfort,
and Elsie Bennett received rounds of applause for the
able manner in which they acquitted themselves last
Tuesday afternoon at the Catholic Orphans' Fair and
The Messrs. Margolius and Miss Hannah Margo.
litis have left for a short stay in Baltimore.
Mr. David FYankel, of Hampton, Va., spent Sun
day in Norfolk.

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