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Page Two THE TRANSCRIPT January 4, 1954 Newlyweds Will Live in Seattle --Photo by Kaminske MIss Jo Ann Berger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Berger, exchanged wedding vows with Mr. Murray Seymour Goldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goldman of Gloversville, New York, on November 22 at the home of her parents in Seattle. The bride wore a suit of plum-pink with collar embroidered in seed pearls. With her Bible she carried white orchids and stephanotis. Miss Gloria Berger, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Miss Sandra Lee Berger, another sister, acted as Junior bridesmaid. Mr. Bey Marshall was best man. After a wedding trip to Los Angeles, Calif., and Las Vegas, Nev, the couple will make their home in Seattle. Mrs. Goldman attended the Uni- versity of Washington, where she was affiliated with Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Her husband is a graduate of Northeastern University in Boston. Seattle Native Son At Oregon State U. Dr. Max Katz, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Katz of 1915 E. Spruce St., has recently been transferred from Cincinnati to the Campus of Oregon State College, Corvallis, by the U.S. Public Health Service. Dr. Katz who received his Ph.D. at the University of Washington, has been working in the field of water pollution control with special re- gard to the effect on fisheries. The U.S. Public Health Service, recog- nizing the value of commercial fish- eries to the economy of the Pacific Northwest, arranged a cooperative project with the Dept. of Fish and Game Management of Oregon State College. With him is his wife, the former Dori Sinaiko of Madison, Wise., who is well known in Seattle because of her service as WAC officer dur- ing the war, and his children--Diane Rebecca, David Joel and Deborah Naomi. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rivkin welcomed a baby daughter, Tracy, on December 8. Happy grandpar- ent are Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Rivkin and Mrs. Joel Gordon of Los Ange- les, formerly Mrs. Mary Schwartz of Seattle. JCRS Meeting Jan. 13 The Seattle Ladies&apos; Auxiliary, Jewish Consumptives' Relief Soci- ety (JCRS) will hold its regular meeting at Temple Center, Wednes- day, January 13th, preceded by a social hour at 1 o'clock. In addition to a program of inter- est, the following officers and board members will be installed: Mrs. Salvo Capeloto, president; Mrs. Lawrence Weiss, 1st vice-president; Mrs. David Block, 2nd vice-presi- dent, Mrs. Hyman Selesnick, treas- urer; Mrs. Samuel Capeloto, record- ing secretary; Miss Dora Zeeve, cor- responding secretary; and Mrs. Paul Schwartz, financial secretary. Mem- bers of the board are the Mesdames Rose Alhadeff, Samuel Arron, Anna Gordon, Moris Gordon, Ralph Ket- tleman, I. Rabin, H. Roth, Morris Siegel and S. Stalin. All members and friends are in- vited to attend and "get acquainted" with their new officers. o'clock Thursday, Jan. 14, at the Chapter Hou.e, 4714 17th N.E. All members are cordially asked to attend. A First for the Temple Juniors Friday night, Jan. 22, will be a big night at Temple de Hirsch. Their live-wire organization, the Temple Juniors, are going to put on a forum entitled "Youth vs. Par- ents!" The forum will take place imme- diately after services in the Vestry room and will be in the form of a panel of two boys and two girls, members of the Juniors and the Teens, and two mothers, and fathers. The panel will not be parent-chil- dren teams but all will be unre- lated. Pertinent and important ques- tions both religious and social will come before the panel and the dis- cussion should be o.f great interest to every parent in the congrega- tion as well as every child in the re- ligious school. After the panel, those who de- ire may ask questions. A promi- nent social worker will act as mod- erator. Come and hear the thinking of Youth vs. Parents in their prob- lems of today! TRAVELERS Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Greenberg recently returned from a month's trip to California and Las Vegas. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Green- berg left for San Francisco early last month and will visit Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Mexico, returning sometime this week. * * * Mr. and Mrs. George Greenberg have been vacationing in Califor- nia and are due to return today. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Greenbaum have left for a month's trip to New York and Miami. Enroute they will spend a week in Chicago with their daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Newman. BAR MITZVAH Couple United Escorted down the candle-lighted < aisle of the Ezra Bessaroth Syna- gogue by her brother, Mr. Louis Baroh, Miss Rebecca Baroh, daugh- ter of Mrs. Sarah Baroh and the late Mr. Isaac Baroh, became the bride of Mr. Barnett Benardout of Los Angeles, Calif., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Benardout of London, England. Miss Baroh wore a wedding gown of white Chantilly lace over satin, with an open neckline edged in edallions of iridescent sequins. The long sleeves ended with sequin medallions. A panel of pleated ny- tulle extended down the front of the skirt, which fell into a Chapel train. The bride's fingertip veil was caught to a crown of se- quins and lace. Her only jewelry was a necklace of pearls and she carried a hower bouquet of white orchids, roses and stephanotis. The bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Al- bert Darsa, of Los Angeles, Calif., was matron of honor in an aqua ballerina gown of rice silk with portrait neckline. Miss Clemence Rose of San Francisco and cousin of the bride, was maid of honor and wore a mauve ballerina gown with eweled bodice. Bridesmaids in similar gowns IUNG COUPLES GROUP OF ISAAC RICKY MAYO HAPOEL HAMIZRACHI All friends and relatives are cot- Annual theatre party and raffle dially invited to attend the Bar will be held at the Showboat SAM MOTHERS' AND Mitzvah services of Isaac Ricky Theatre on Wednesday night, Jan- WIVES' CLUB, JAN. 14 Mayo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor uary 20. Entire proceeds will go to The Sigma Alpha Mu Mothers' Mayo, at the Congregation Ezra a kibbutz in Israel. Mrs. Aaron and Wives' Club will meet at 1 Bessaroth on Friday evening, Jan. Klein is ticket chairman. 8 at 7:15 p.m. finest in TRADITION and TASTE Since 1905 119 23rd Ave. Some of Our Specialties DAILY: CHEESE CAKE DANISH PASTRY WEEK-ENDS ONLY: BAGEL HAMAN-TASCH EN ONION ROLLS II HONEY CAKE CHERRY STREET GROCERY 2509 E. Cherry Minor 4575 Under New Management "BLUMA" Featuring the Finest of Groceries & Delicatessen WE DELIVER MIMEOGRAPHING 10 copies or 10,000 our mimeograph work is ... SPEEDYI ACCURATEI CLEAN-CUTI City-wide pic-UP  delivery ALPHA.STAUNCH Direct Mall & Printing Call Fred Klein 1428 11th Ave. EA. 8118 at Ezra Bessaroth --Photo were Miss Lee Baroh, the bride's niece, Miss Stephanie Darsa, Miss Clemence Baroh, and Miss Esther Halfon. They wore matching crowrue and muffs of chrysanthemums. The bride's two nieces, Miss Gaye LevY and Miss Eliza,beth Baroh, were flower girls in nylon orchid gowns and miniature muffs. Mr. Albert Darsa, brother-in-laW of the groom, was best man and Messrs. Dave Baroh, Sam Rose, Sam Eskenazy and Sam Eastern were ushers. Following the ceremony, a dance- reception was held in the Windsor Room of the New Washington Hotel. For her going-away outfit, the bride wore a gray wool suit and white accessories. After a honeymoon to Las vegas and Southern California, Mr. and Mrs. Bernardout will reside in Se- attle. Pioneer Women Luncheon And Card Party Jan. 12 On Tuesday, January 12th at 12:30 p.m. Pioneer Women Social Club will sponsor a luncheon and card party at the home of Mrs. Sam Duchin, 323 27th Ave. Hostesses for the affair are Mines. John Mintz, J. Pearl, M. J. Abrams and N. Anches. All proceeds as usual will go to Israel. There will be bridge, bingo and canasta, and all members and friends are cordially invited to attend. 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