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December 05, 1930 – Image 8
Theta Sigma CY11111. Sorority. Theta Sigma Gamma Sorority sPon- ,ored • social at the home of MI. Doro- thy Solomon. Nov. 23. Bridge was fol- lowed by dancing.
Tau Sorority. Philip Rosenthal of Simarey Zedek, I dined at the Chinese Tea Gardens and Beta Rho Delta Sorority. The Detroit, led the discussion. I phi Sigma Taos Sorority met Nov. Mi. Ruth Weisman of Glynn Court and Miss Gold• little Russian immigrant boy, with- h 2 ¦714 . Rre and Shirley Galen, Mrs. Hurry A. Itosewater of the it k Frankof Richton avenue, were hos- out money and without influential Euclid Avenue Temple, Cleveland, i. V.; ome Elmhur st. Guests Rita A nselrosi will represent the . Mi. Mr Edna ritou ‘R, Mica age of 30, a leader in his chosen the youngest children in that 7, , ‘ ,,n71 1. L’i : 1,’, , 1 :,%’. Hotel. Plantation Sere- G. Vil it. Ml. She told how they composed , .
Pr, Repre- Betty Schram, Miss Eve. Schram and 2s. The following girl. That is their prayers spontaneously, and , piedved into the sorority: Mi, arms Olen and fraternities Moss Margaret Rice. There will be favors for ‘anti Phl Beta Epsilon Fraternity. Iliwelman. The p oceed e’ the of o ant• neinvenisll ‘ity cc to 2. S. Faren, editor of the month- ttlisda Ann Beaman will be success reads like a romance. Food and clothes are being distrib- ly bulletin, appointed Mr. Rosenbaum to. All girls sistant editor. I.. Tessler informed the to drive is still et ming membe bee call Mi. Those int eres tent, bows. R it a Axel- The ernplbyment committee will be in eh. Leitonan. The m °ei Tau SI2ma Rho Sorority. Whittier stss.
Miso Fay Haffner w. On the holiday of Sim- Purity Chapter. Purity chapter No 350, Order of Ee. I Melded fowavenue, The group that will attend will be entert•in the grand officers, Nov. His brothers Temple of Cleveland is reviving, I 5 hour Kt», net four meeting. C7. Dec. Sr. T tha w. W. Girls. The afternoon ill. The W. W. girls met at the home of ing a dentist. Final plsne for the : At college the mayor-elect not the passing on of the tradition of Hannah 11. Pererls, will be served managed to make the football, to generation. The eve- stone Tuesday, s. The theater party war Demonstration of Pr•yer. Worthy Matron Cora Jacoby end visiting Stapler w voted in pledgees. The held at the Civic Theater lad Mead.
Croll was married to Mi ffil Rabbi 11, itt maintained that no matron. The fraternity I plann ing The girls are planning • Chanukah party Sarah Levin on June 25, 1925. Year•. Feldstein, w ill H o. They have two children, Eunice, primary children the habit of our- rtri w si. Tir. Ann Wuntner, Selma Kell and Flo Ter• 4 years old, and Constance, 18 ship. Ile stated that if primary lig were chosen to represent the club chalrmnan ¦. Miss H. Their home is at 621 children are brought into the as- Feldstein will be hostess at the next reg• Argonauts West Giles boulevard. Bet Loa wax os ess to Tau An open meeting of the Argonauts was synagogue they will of their own Sigma Delta Sorority on Nov.