A summer wedding is always something pretty and delightful. It has all the pictorial value of a ceremony in the city and yet enjoys a certain informality that is equally pleasing to principals and guests. The wedding of Miss Lily Goodman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goodman of 1,300 Central avenue, Far Rockaway, and Louis Hertz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hertz of the Bronx, was no exception to this rule. It took place last Sunday afternoon at the Congregation Shaaray Tefila, Central avenue, Far Rockaway. Rabbi Irving Miller performed the ceremony, assisted by Rabbi Philip Goodman and Cantor Frederick Wolkow.
Speaking of Far Rockaway one remembers at once the socially interesting engagement of Miss Hannah Rosing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Rosing of 1,127 Oak street, Far Rockaway, to Dr. L. Lewis Razinsky of Manhattan. Miss Rosing is a graduate of Far Rockaway High School and the Harriett M. Mills College in Manhattan. Dr. Razinsky is a City College and Bellevue College of Medicine man, who served his interneship at Mount Sinai Hospital. The wedding will take place in December.
What an interneship in Mount Sinai means to the medical man, that, and perhaps even more, means to the young lawyer to become a member or as highest achievementâ€”an editor of the Law Review. Lionel S. Popkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Popkin of Franklin, La., is one of the few who have achieved this distinction. He is a graduate of Columbia College and Columbia Law School, and his scholarly standing in his class brought him the Law Review editorship. At present he is a member of the law firm of Riegelman, Hess & Hirsch in New York.
Just now he has announced his engagement to Miss Lorna Esther Gans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gans of this city. Miss Gans was graduated from the Delancey School for Girls and attended Columbia University.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel M. Steindler of New York have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ruth Steindler, to Arthur Halderstadt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Halderstadt, also of this city. Miss Steindler was graduated from the Calhoun School and studied social service work at Columbia University. Mr. Halderstadt is associated with the firm of Trifari, Krussman & Fishel, Inc.
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