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affair and the program for those back to the chapter house. Also to Freida Reikes, eergeant-at-arcae. following. Assisting her are Acne be announced at this time are the Announcement was made June Arbitman, Helene Albert, Sarah winners of the scholarship cup, 10, at the U. T. simmer formal Miller, • Sareva Braverman, Sylvia the attendance cup to the chapter at Peony park. Nelson, and Sylvia Epstein of the having the most representatives at active chapter. Members of the the convention, and the Torch cup BETH EL MOTHERS alumnae group serving on t h i s to the S. D. T. who has had the The last meeting of the Mothcommittee are Mrs. Lioyd Banks greatest amount of material print- ers' group of the Beth El Talmud Miss P«arl Meyerson, Mrs. Maxed io the Torch, publication of the Torah will be a tea at the home Canar, Mrs. Fred Critz, Ruth sorority. of Mrs. Leo Abrahamson, 5009 Diamond, Gertrude Ellis, and Re- Mrs. Lloyd Banks is in charge Chicago street, on Friday afterbecca Kirshenbaum. of the formal booklets which are noon, June 21, at 2:00. Plan* Sunday evening members of the to be used as placecards at the for welcoming new pupils in SepS. D. T. and their escorts will be testimonial banquet. Josephine tember will be made and plans will be made for the annual Talentertained at an informal danc- Rubnitz is assisting. ing p a r t y and barbecue at tbe Late Monday n i g h t , members mud Torah picnic which will 1>e Highland Country Club. A pro-will meet for an informal party held at the end of this month. .gram has been planned for the and pajama parade. evening. Rebecca Kirshenbaum is Final general session will be BETH EL SCHOOL chairman in charge of decorations held Tuesday morning at which Registration of new pupils for for the affair. time the election of the new of- the Beth El Talmud Torah ia now ficers for the next two years will being made. Parents who have To Lincoln Early Monday morning t h r e e be held. The closing affair will be children to enroll may do so by Rabbi David A. Goldstein, chartered buses will leave from the farewell luncheon to be held calling Cantor Aaron Edgar, S. J. Kahz, in the Hippodrome room of the the Paxton taking all the deleor Mrs. Leo Abramson. Cantor gates to Lincoln, via Boys Town. Fontenelle. Edgar Is forming & special Bas Upon arrival in Lincoln the girls Mitzvah class. Parents of girls will meet at the University StuAPT Elects who will be Bas Mitzvah in a year dent Union building for a general or two are cordially invited to ensession and committee meeting. A Pi Tau fraternity held roll their daughters in tbis special collegiate luncheon will be served its Alpha election of officers Tuesday class. in the ballroom of the Union at evening which time the Dean of Women at Center. at the Jewish Community the University, Miss Helen Hosp, Albert O r u c h was re-elected Mrs. Celia Weiss and other campus personages will president. New officers are Leo be guests. Sherman, vice-president; H. VicCelia Weiss, 52, died TuesAlso attending the luncheon, tor Weiner, secretary; Lou Klein, dayMrs. after a long illness. formal dinner dance and informal treasurer; Harold Zelinsky, reSurviving are her h u s b a n d . party at Highland will be patrons porter; Sam Ruderman, sergeanttwo s o n s , Bernard and and patronesses of the sorority at-arms. Harold Zelinsky is new Meyer; B.; and two daughters, Sylfrom Lincoln. These are Mr. and representative to the R o u n d Sam via and Doris; all of Omaha. Mrs. Ben Polsky, Mr. and Mrs.Table. Funeral services w e r e held William Seelenfreund, and Mr. A large class of new members Wednesday afternoon, 2 o'clock, and Mrs. Duke Nefsky. was recently initiated. Formal in- from the Jewish Funeral Home. Following t h e luncheon and itiation members and in- Burial was in Golden Hill cemetour of the state capitol will be stallationofofnew officers will be held tery. the initiation at 3:30 Monday af- within the next two weeks. ternoon of four pledges of four Plans are being made for an S. D. T. sister chapters. In charge active summer season. J. J. Frieden Dies of the initiation of one girl from John J. Frieden, 50, died Sun* Nu chapter of Minnesota, Pi chap- V. T. ELECTION day, June 16, after a long illness. ter of Iowa, S i g m a chapter at Miss Reva Bordy has been Survivors are a wife, Rose; two Mrs. Edward Reiaman, National President of Sigma Delta Tnu Northwestern, and Tau chapter of elected president of the U. T. so- sons, William, of San Francisco, Texas, will be Misa Shirley Pol for the coming year. Other and Gilbert of Omaha. be Miss Josephine Rubuitz, presi- sky. She will be assisted by Miss rority (Continued from Page 1.) officers are: Beverlee Greenberg, Funeral services were Monday dent of the alumnae group, and Harriet Byron, Lincoln day chair- vice president; Shirlee Albert, afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Betty Stewart, Montreal; and Miss Mrs. Betty Steinberg Milder. Al- man, Miss Selma Hill, program secretary; J a n e t Rosenstock, Jewish Funeral Home, and burial Louise Lehman, New Orleans. ternates to the convention, repreand Annie Arbitman treasurer, bnd Sally Gross and was in the Golden Hill cemetery* Among the national delegates senting the Omaha group, will be chairman, Miriam Rubnitz. to the convention -will be Mrs. Mrs. Albert Steinberg and Miss andAfter returning to Omaha late Miriam Hoffman Jacobs of Clay- Rebecca Kirshenbaum. Monday evening the g i r 1 s will ton, Mo., past president and sec- Only formal affair of the con-meet for the formal testimonial retary; Mrs. Leonard Solomon, In- vention will be the formal dinner banquet which is to be held in the dianapolis; and Miss Joan Kauf- dance to be held in the Hotel Fax- Paxton ballroom. Selma Zveitel man, Minneapolis. ton ballroom. All decorations will will be toastmistress. Mrs. RiseThe Grand Council convened be carried out in cafe au lalt and man as president will speak; Mrs. yesterday morning at the Paxton. blue, official Sigma D e l t a Tau Arthur Weil will represent the Tbl8 afternoon the ground coun- colors. Music will be by Gary. Alumnae as Alumnae chairman, cil members and active and alumCo-chairmen of the dating comthe president of U p s 11 o n nae of Omaha and Lincoln will at- mittee for the convention are Mrs. and chapter, Delta Tau'fl baby tend the Ak-Sar-Ben races and go Phil Lazerowitz and Mrs. Gary hapter, Sigma will represent a c t i v e to Caesar's for dinner. Gross. Assisting on thia commit- chapters. Local People Aid tee are Miss Florence Meyerson, Outstanding on the program will General chairman of conven- Miriam Rubnitz, Geneviere Stein, be the song contest at w h i c h tion for the Omaha A l u m n a e Frances Bordy and Pearl Lipsey. trios, duets, or quartettes of S. D. Sunday Program League is Miss Josephine Rubnitz T.s will represent their individual Early Sunday m o r n i n g all chapters in an original song conof Omaha. Miss Selma Zveitel of Grand Island is serving as gen- guests will be awakened by three test. Winner of this contest will eral chairman representing Theta Sigma Delta Tau daughters of Om- receive a silver loving cup to take' aha members. These young girls chapter/ ' Miss Mary Arbitman of Omaha are Connie Milder, 9, Cyrille Gay .VENETIAN Is publicity .chairman and is be- Sllberman, 5, and Joan Greenfog assisted by Miss Jeannette berg, 6. ani WIDOW SHADESFollowing the second general £IADtS TO HIEA3DBE Poloneky. General conventional JFJBEI5 ESTIMATE! treasurer i s Miss P a u l i n e session on Sunday, a b u f f e t 'CRAFTSMAN VENETIAN ' Foods keep eafe and Sehwartz of Omaha, assisted by brunch will be served In the main GLIKD MFO. CO. dining room of the Paxton. Miss Ifirlam Rubnitz. w h o l e s o m e longer, Omaha) General arrangements commit- Selma Hill of Lincoln, program AT 4544 (Blade intit-* N«. 10th fit. no matter what the tee chairman is Mrs. Sheff Kat- chairman, will be in charge of this skee who is being assisted by Mrs. weather, in cm Electric Betty Steinberg Milder and Mrs. Be&igeraior. Tho cafety Albert Steinberg. Approximately one h u n d r e d temperature sono for members of Sigma Delta Tau arporiehablo i o o d s Is riving in Omaha this evening and TO HEAlTfl Af)B QAPPHiESS automatically mala* tomorrow morning will be greeted by Shirley B a r l a b , hospitality toted* In electric toc h a i r m a n and her committee frigerotion, regardless which includes Mrs. Rusael Blumenthal, Mrs. Arthur Adler, Berof how high tho oun nice Himelstein, Rhoda Krosne, may climb". Keep your Rose Goldstein, Elaine Kahnan, f a m i l y ' s food cafe— and Shirley Rosenblum. Iscoverod cioro than 100 years ago, and taken . •Registration of, all members and over by tho United States Government to prevent days longer—with olecdelegates will be held in the mezQxploltaHsn, this creel spa has been developed Sric cold . . . It's clean zanine of the Hotel Paxton. Miss into a modem health resort, with superior livfcg Beatrice S o m m e r, reservation accommodations. All sports end recreations cn*d clsoapl chairman for, the convention, Miss readily available. Wako your stay one of added' Sarah Ann-Margolin, registration enjoyment. Step cJ tSssj popular betel; located et the, in addition to providing chaiman, and Pauline Schwartz, head of tSe'h House Row, tn its own private park, -fho'cwmmanHtasft corves wish Iov7 electric tatia, treasurer, will be at the registrait offers qukJ fefenwiSsn, wnvonisttMo every activist tion desk. Helping these chairmen 500 roem% frcnitS single, lodse on Idto Horeiltoa tiio ifeBroska Po'wcsr Company cmd its 737 cm* will be Ruth Somberg, Shirley Epp!of ©33 oxo good citizens . . . trying always to V/rfto for Pictorial Booklets stein, Harriet Saltzman, and Judy VVAITE? E. DAVIS, Manager Levenson. do their full chare In supporting srortky civic Program •activities and -enterprisss. Upon registering, each girl will ;•"* " x receive a small booklet containing a greeting from the general convention chairman, the : program HOTEL UND BATHS for the entire four days, committees, and pertinent points about places of interest in Omaha. Mary Arbitman compiled this book with tbe a i d of Jeanette FolonBky, Marjorio Lipp, Aronita Daskovshy, Sylvia Katzman; Betty Segal, -Esther Morgan, and 'Elsie Brodfcey. ' ' First general session of the convention "will meet at" 1:30 Satur• day with Mrs. Riseman presiding. Present at this meeting will be Miss Sarah Miller, president of the active chapter a n d official delegate representing Theta chapter, and Misa Shirley Epstein, alternate. Ofifclal delegates from the Omaha Alumnae League will

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