Morris elected secretary of Agudath Achim synagogue- 15 October 1936
Activities at Agudath Achim Announced Rabbi Henry R. Goldberger oi the Agudath Achim synagogue, Seventeenth street and Fourteenth avenue, makes the following an nouncements concerning services and activities for the week-end: week-end: week-end: The late Friday evening service and sermon will be inaugurated tomorrow evening at 7:45 o'clock. Services will be conducted in He brew and English and are open to the public. The Rabbi Goldberg- Goldberg- cr's sermon topic will be "Conservative "Conservative Synagogue, the Hope of American Judaism." Sabbath morning services at 9, are attended by the boys and girls of the daily Hebrew school. After noon prayer service at 5, pre ceded by the Rabbi's one-hour one-hour one-hour in struction of the Pentateuch and its Commentary. The Sunday school had its first assembly last Sunday morning. There are 122 boys and girls enrolled enrolled in the 10 classes of the school. The teachers are: Max Shapiro, Misses Goldie Lasser, Ida Lurie, Lillian Rosenberg, Bea trice Share, Dorothy' Katzen, Ida Lasser, Miriam Isaacson, Rosalyn Parish. The classes begin at 10:15 a. m. and are open to children from 5 to 15 years of age. The daily Hebrew school has 65 boys and girls enrolled and are divided Into 4 classes. Eaoh pupil attends twice a week. The sched ule is as follows: Monday and Wed nesday from 4 to 5, class 4; Tuesday Tuesday and Thursday from 4 to 5, class 3; Monday and Wednesday from 5 to 6, class 1; Tuesday and Thursday form 5 to 6, class 2. A cordial invitation is extended to all members and worshippers in the Agudath Achim synagogue to attend the dedication ceremony of the Agudath Achim Synagogue of Huntingdon. The service will begin at 2 o'clock which will be followed by a dinner at 6. The synagogue is located at 1009 Wash ington street. There are but 12 to 14 Jewish families in Huntingdon, Huntingdon, Saxton and Mount Union and it was through the efforts Of these few Jewish people that a beautiful House of God was erected. It is the duty of every local Jew to partici pate in the celebration of a sis ter congregation. Rabbi Goldberg er will act as program chairman, having served the Huntingdon Jewish community during the past two years. Rabbi Samuel Rosen-1 Rosen-1 blatt of Baltimore will be the guest speaker. He is the son of the late famous Cantor Joseph R "nblatt. On the program will appear likewise likewise Rabbi Eugene Hibshman of the local Temple Beth Israel. At the recent annual meeting of the congregation, the flolowingl men were elected officers of the synagogue: President, Morris Hen derson; vice president, Abe Colbus; treasurer, Morris Lenson; secre tary, Harry Parish.