150 Years Ago
Rev. Wm. Armhold from Pittsburgh, PA, is at the present in this city. He speaks highly of his congregation, whose spiritual adviser he hs been for the last ten years. The object of his visit to this city is, we understand, to make himself familiar with the ritual he adopted in the Lodge Str. Synagogue. It is evident that Reform is spreading wide its wings over all our enlightened congregations.
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Miss Josephine Fringant is betrothed to Mr. Abraham Eiseman. – August 5, 1864
125 Years Ago
The marriage of Mr. J. Clarence Workum, only son of Mrs. Elizabeth Workum, of this city, and Miss Coralie Buxbaum, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Buxbaum of Louisville, was celebrated at the latter city last Monday evening. Quite a number of Cincinnati friends and relatives were present. Mr. Workum, who is one of our most popular young men, has been a member of the Board of Governors of the Cincinnati Club for a number of years, and he was the recipient of an enjoyable bachelor’s dinner at the club last Thursday evening. Miss Buxbaum formerly resided here, and is a favorite in social circles. After a bridal trip of six weeks in the East, the young couple will return to this city, where they will be welcomed by a host of friends.
Adoplh Pilhashy, a member of the confirmation class of ‘89, Plum Street Temple, was buried yesterday afternoon. The class attended the funeral in a body and sent a magnificent floral piece. He died of lockjaw, resulting fron a slight injury received while celebrating the Fourth of July. – July 20, 1889
100 Years Ago
Julius Rosenthal, aged fifty-six years, a well known and highly respected citizen in this community, died on Sunday, July 5, after a brief illness, at his late home in the West Sommerfield apartments, Avondale. Burial was at the Walnut Hills Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Rosenthal is survived by his widow, Bertha Rosenthal, who is a daughter of the late Nathaniel Newburgh, two sons and one daughter.
Jacob Levy, aged sixty-two, died on July 5, at his late home in the San Marco, Walnut Hills. He was the husband of Flora Levy nee Goldberg. The remains were cremated and the funeral services were held at the Crematory on Tuesday evening.
Mrs .Emma Rosenthal announces the marriage of her daughter, Nettie, to Mr. Edward E. Altman of Cincinnati, O., on July 8, 1914, at her residence, 5703 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill. No cards. – July 9 1914
75 Years Ago
Dr. Albert B. Sabin, of the Rockefeller Institute, New York City, will enter upon his reserach duties at Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati, in September.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Levy, 731 Red Bud Avenue, are touring the East to the World’s Fair in New York City and to Atlantic City.
Kenesiah Business and Professional Womens’ Group of the Jewish Center plans an opera Monday, July 17th, at the Coca-Cola Auditorium. The committee includes Mrs. Margaret Wolf and Mrs. Gertrude Braun.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Frank have returned to their residence in Vernon Manor from Rochester, where they visited their son-in-law and daugther, Mr .and Mrs. Eugene Lowenthal.
Miss Joyce Wasserman, Cincinnati violinist, has won the Woolley International Scholarship, entitling her to a year’s study in Paris. She will leave in September. – July 13, 1939
50 Years Ago
Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Zipkin, 2196 Bluegrass Lane, announce the forthcoming Bar Mitzvah of their son, Jeffrey Warren, Saturday, July 25, at 9 a.m., at Ohav Shalom Synagogue, 1834 Section Road.
Friends and relatives are cordially invited to worship with the family and attend the Kiddush following the service.
A reception in Jeffrey’s honor will be held at the Ohav Shalom Synagogue that evening, July 25, from 9:30 pm. to 12:30 a.m. No cards.
Jeffrey is a grandson of MRs. Sarah Jaffe, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, and the late Mr. Henry Jaffe, and Mrs. Frieda Zipkin of Newark, N.J., and the late Mr. Hyman Zipkin.
Mr. James E. Rappoport has graduated from Cornell University, College of Architecture. He was on the dean’s list for excellence in scholarship.
Mr. Rappoport’s graduation thesis was a model redevelopment of Mount Adams, Cincinnati. He worked under a grant from the Ford Foundation during the summer of 1963 in research on the material.
A public display of the model and drawings will be arranged in September.
Mr. Rappoport is the son of Mr. and Mrs Milton J. Rappoport of Revel Lane. – July 16, 1964
25 Years Ago
Dr. and Mrs. Stanford Ullner announce the engagment of their daugther, Teri Illene, to Harlan D. Meyer, son of Dr. and Mrs. Tearle L. Meyer of Columbus.
Teri is the granddaughter of Paul and Jean Morton, Myer Ullner, and the late Esther Ullner. Harlan is the grandson of Leslie and Lil Weber of Dayton, Bertha Meyer of Columbus, and the late Dr. Paul D. Meyer.
Teri si a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor’s degree in communication arts and a master’s degree in labor and employment relations. She is an employment specialist with Metroweb Corp., Erlanger, KY.
Harlan is a graduate of Tufts University and will receive his M.D. degree from U.C. in June, 1990.
A spring wedding in Cincinnati is planned.
Cheryl Late Steinberg and Jim Steinberg announce the birth of a daughter, Jillian Brett, July 7. Jillian has a sister, Jordan, and a brother, Jared.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Steinberg of Cincinnati and Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Slate of Boca Raton, FL. Great grandmother is Louise Buka of Cincinnati. – July 20, 1989
10 Years Ago
Deena and Ray Frewen proudly announce the birth of their son, Nathaniel Aidan (Naftali Zvi) on July 6, 2004. Nathan’s siblings are Alyssa, Melanie, and Jeremy. Naternal grandparents are Penina Frankel and the late Naftali Frankel Paternal grandparents are Edna and Ron Frewen.
Andrea (Pravda) and Bradley Joselit, of Northbrook, IL, announce the birth of their son, Eli Wesley Joselit on June 27, 2004. Eli has a sister, Charlotte Pravda Joselit and a brother, Jack Sharf Joselit.
Maternal grandparents are Myra and Dr. Marvin Pravda of Montgomery, OH. The maternal great grandparents Dr. Samuel Harris of Montgomery and the late Charlotte (Teddy) Harris and the late Joseph and Claire Pravda of Bronx, NY. The paternal grandparents are Harreit and Herb Bartick of Scottsdale, AZ, and the late Roy H. Joselit of Chicago, IL. The paternal great grandparents are Adele Sharf of North Miami Beach, FL, and the late Jack and Norma Sharf adn the late Roy and Irene Joselit of Los Angeles, CA. – July 29, 2004