Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Baum of 1010 Fifth avenue, New York, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth N. Baum, to Rabbi Nathan A. Perilman of Congregation Emanu-El of New York City. Miss Baum attended Smith College and Columbia University, and for the last few years has been engaged in teaching and in charitable activities. Rabbi Perilman is the son of Rabbi and Mrs. J. Perilman of Wheeling, W. Va.
Sari Maritza, film actress, and Sam Katz, executive of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer were married on October 27 at Phoenix, Ariz.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar S. Bamberger of West Orange have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mildred Fox Bamberger, to Leo Franklin Marks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Marks of East Orange. Miss Bamberger was graduated from the Dearborn Morgan School, Orange, and attended Vassar College.
Among those returning from Europe on the French liner Paris were Louis B. Mayer, film producer and Mrs. Mayer; Albert Blum, vice-president of the French Chamber of Commerce in New York, and Mrs. Blum; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Bloomingdale of Scarsdale, N. Y. , and Mrs. Harry Sachs and her daughter, also of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Salmon of Pine Street, Woodmere, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Polly Salomon, to Arthur J. Gutman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gutman of Richmond Hill. Miss Salomon is a graduate of Columbia University School of Business and also received her Master of Science degree last February. Mr. Gutman was graduated from Brooklyn Law School in 1931 and is now practicing law in this city.
The first wedding in the renovated synagogue of the Congregation Mishkian Israel, 826 Crescent street, Astoria, took place last Sunday afternoon, when Miss Ethel Brand, daughter of Mrs. Yetta Brand became the bride of Samuel Wortman, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wortman of Astoria.
The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Harry Goldstein and more than 300 guests, partly relatives of the couple, partly friends and members of the congregation, were present. Among them was a large delegation from the Sisterhood of the Congregation, headed by Mrs. Rose Kohn, president.
Miss Natalie Pincus, daughter of Alexander H. Pincus and Mrs. May Pincus of New York, was married to Mitchell Jacobs, also of this city, on Thursday night at the Ambassador. The Rev. Dr. Louis I. Newman performed the ceremony.
Mrs. Pincus was matron of honor for her daughter and Miss Claire Lewis was maid of honor. Eric Popper was best man.
A reception followed the ceremony.