150 Years Ago
Mr. L.A. Lelme of Bretten, by Carlsruhe, Baden and Miss Mathilde Levy, of Hamburgh, Germany were married in Buffalo N.Y, by the Rev. Mr. Wurzel, July 6 ,1862..
Lazarus Shwarzenberg of Milwaukee, Wis., aged 76 years, died. He lived and died a pious Israelite..— July 25, 1862
125 Years Ago
Mr. S.B. Sachs is East, on business.
Mr. Alfred Seasongood is at Saratoga.
Miss Mollie Fogel is in Danville, Ill., the guest of her sister, Mrs. Toby Bamberger.
The Rev. Jos. Silverman, of Galveston, Texas, will preach next Saturday at the Mound Street Temple.
Mr. Elias Sulzer and Miss Marie Krakauer were united in marriage on the 17th by The Rev. Raphael Benjamin.
Mr. Jos. Bohm and family are at Atlantic City.
People at a distance can write or telegraph Huntsman, the Walnut Street florist, and have their orders promptly and carefully attended to. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Esculapia Springs is becoming quite a summer resort , and many Cincinnatians are summering this season. Among them are Mrs. Cas. Rau and family, Mr. Ben Freiberg and family, Henry Fox and family, and Mrs. Max Goldfinger. — July 22, 1887
100 Years Ago
Miss Dora Kotzenstein, daugther of Mr. and Mrs. John Kotzenstein of 596 Shillito street. Avondale, was married to Mr. Robert Hosford on Wednesday of last week, at the home of the bride’s parents
In the report of the donations to the Convalescent Home lask week, Mrs. Charles Albert was credited with a donation of fruit. This was an error, as Mrs. Albert donated a surrey for the use of te inmates of the Home.
Rabbi Chas. S. Levi of Peoria, Ill., was in the city last week prior to the departure of a tour California and the Canadian Rockies, to be absent six weeks. Rabbi Levi will look into the various phases of Jewish life in the Western centers.
Mrs. Madelyn M. Mann, daughter of Mrs. Isaac M. Mann, of Henderson, Ky., was married to Mr. Herman Iglo, of New York City, on Tuesday of last week, at the Hotel Stinton. Dr. Morgenstern tied the knot. Mr and Mrs. Iglo went north on their honeymoon.
The twenty-eighth year of the Plum Street Temple vacation school founded by the late Mrs. S.B. Sachs began last week in the basement of the Plum Street Temple. Over 100 girls enrolled for the study of sewing and other domestic arts under the supervision of Mrs. Charles Moch, the daughter of Mrs. Sachs, who will continue in the work to perpetuate her mother’s memory.— July 18, 1912
75 Years Ago
Rabbi Samuel Greenfield passed away in New York City Sunday, July 11th, at 67 of injuries suffered in an auto accident June 4th. He was a graduate of the Hebrew Union College (1891) and University of Cincinnati. He had been editor of The Jewish Tribune of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Parvy Hill, retired Cincinnati dentist, passed away at his home, 1964 Cleneay Avenue, Norwood, O., July 11th, in his 76th year. He had practiced in Cincinnati 32 years. He was a member of Hamer Lodge, F. and A.M., at Owensville, O.Dr. Hill is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clara Wolff Hill, a son, Dr. Parvy Hill, Jr., Oakville, O., and a daughter, Mrs. Horace Enzell, Norwood. Services were held from the home Tuesday afternoon with internment at United Jewish Cemetary and with Weil’s in charge. — July 16, 1937
50 Years Ago
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Rotman of Milford, Ohio announce the marriage of their daughter, Marlene Carol, to Paul Swerdlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Swerdlow of Philadelphia, June 24 in HUC Chapel. The bride, a graduate of Miami University of Oxfor, Ohio, teaches in the Indian Hill school system. The bridegroom, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, is a fourth year student at HUC. The couple will reside in Cincinnati
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz, 6451 Mayflower Avenue, announce the forthcoming Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ronald Edward, Saturday, July 21, at 9:30 a.m. at the Golf Manor Synagogue
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Jacobs announce the arrival of their son, Jonathan David, on Monday, July 16. The infant has a sister, Gail Deborah— July 19, 1962
25 Years Ago
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell H. Cohen recently returned from a visit with their children, Dr. and Mrs. Steven Jay Cohen of Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
Rose Dennis of the Orthodox Jewish Home recently visited her family in Springdale, Va.
City of Hope will soon pay tribute to Cincinnati philanthropist and entrepreneur Frederick A. Hauck, 93, whose varied and long career has included mining silver with The Indians, working in the surgical-supply business; Mexican land exploration, and rare-mineral mining — July 2, 1987
10 Years Ago
The House of Representatives unanimously passed House Resolution 393 July 9. The resolution calls on European nations to condemn anti-Semitism…The resolution was worded to send a harsh word to Europe, stating that “in view of its history [Europe] should be particularly sensitive to the scourge of anti-Semitism and the anti-Semitic violence. Now, therefore, be it.”
Mark Corey and Carol Schickler announce the birth of their son, Jacob Corey, Friday, May 3. The paternal grandparens are Rolf and Ros Schickler of Cincinnati. The maternal grandparents are Jim and Laverne Wilkins of Fairview Park, OH.
John (Tucker) and Chris Sullivan announce the birth of their daughter, Zoe Tucker on March 4, 2002. Zoe has an older brother, Jacob, and a sister, Marley. The maternal grandparents are Ellen and Tom Neuman and Stuart Tucker. The paternal grandparents are Pat and Dan Sullivan. The great-grandparents are Herman Goldstein the late Florence Goldstein and Hanna Neuman. — July 18, 2002