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Page Two J" Evelyn Kaufman and Norman Steinhauer United in Marriage at Edmund Meany In a beautiful setting of white tapers, Miss Evelyn llensi Kaufman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Kaufman, became the bride on Jan. 6, of Mr. Norman II. Ste.inhauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs, Leo H. Steinhauer. The ceremony took place at the Edmond Meany llotel, with Rabbi Jacob Singer Ltin THE TRANSCRIPT Hadassah News The Rose Lurie, Magnolia and North End Groups will hold a  joint meeting on Monday, Febru- ary 18 at Temple Center at 12 noon. . The joint meeting is being planned, so that the movie "I Came to Beersheba" will have i the widest possible audience un- der the best physical conditions, This will be the February meet- ing for all three groups. The Rose Lurie hospitality' committee will be in charge of a delicious luncheon which will be served at 12 noon, with the meet- ing to begin promptly at 1 p.m. Mrs. Julian Arnstein, Mrs. Mor- ris Bender, and Mrs. David .Abrams will share the honors of presiding at this meeting -- Mon- day, February 18 at Temple Cen- ter. Mrs. Harry Pass, president of Seattle Chapter of Hadassah .states that "I Came to Beersheba" is a beautiful movie in color and sound. "It is a compelling and h6artvarm!ng story of a boy, a I hope their --Walter photo Mr. and Mrs. Norman II. Steinhauer The bride chose a white lace and satin bouffant gown, with sweetheart neckline, and an over-skirt of white net. She carried an heirloom Bible with white orchids and stephanotis and her finger-tip length veil was fastened to a pearl tiara. Mrs. Herbert Arnstein attended the bride as matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Jerry Ladar, Mrs. Fritz Kolash and Miss Sandra Arnstein. Mr. Douglas Steinhauer was best ;nan for his brother, and the Messrs. James Hansard, Sheldon Locke and Edward Fisher were ushers. Marcia Arnstein was flower girl for her cousin and little Jimmy Arnstein was ring hearer. A cocktail hour and dinner followed in the ballroom o:f the hotel. The young couple attended the University of Washington," where the bridegroom affiliated with Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. After a honeymoon spent in Las Vegas and Southern California, Mr. and Mrs. Steinhauer are making their home in Seattle. SMORGASBORD AT NORWAY CENTER The" Evergreen Chapter of the American Medical Center (JCRS) will hold its annual Smorgasbord at Norway Center on Sunday, Feb. 10, 1957. Dirmer will be served from 6:00 p.m. until 8 p.m. followed by a sodial evening of cards and Mah Jongg. Dona- tion is $2.00 per person and res- ervations may be made by call- ing Mrs.. Allen Carp at Ea. 1416 or Mrs. Lou Morris at La. 7622. Mr. and Mrs. James Rosenbaum are chairmen; Cochairmen ,are Mr. and Mrs. A1 Lebow and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Reibman. They are being assisted by the following Messrs. and Mesdames: A1 Cap- lan, Joe Jaffe, Don Siell, Max Katz, .Bernie Janison, Dick Sie- gel, Nate Prupis, Stanley Jaffe, Meier Glazer, Mike Steinleger, Milton Rosen, Chuck Abrams, NEW ARRIVAL / Mr. and Mrs. Bernard T. Ton- ken announce the birth of a daughter, Elaine Michele, born December 29. Grandparents are Mrs. Slata Boguch and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tonkon. Rev. M. M. Baronsky is Elaine's great-grand- father. HAWAIIAN VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Leo Friedman are flying to Honolulu for a vacation in early February. They will be staying at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel and plan to be gone about two weeks. Abraham Fallick, Louis Arnold, Joe Kitty, Hymen Jaffe, and Jack Arnold. Please make your reservations as soon as possible as tickets will be limited to 300. The Suburban Group will meet on Wednesday evening, February 13 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Otto Ries, 18.45 90th N.E., in Bel- levue, Wash, This will be an op- portunity for members of the Su- burban Group to see "I Came to Beersheba." Call Mrs. M. Weiss- man, at Ad. 5725, for transporta- tion. A Valentine Dinner Dance to take place on February 16, at the Issaquah Grange Hall, will be the fund-raiing event of the Subur- ban Group. Mrs. Mathew Weissman states that one filled eye-bank, or a $5.00 bill and a reservation will get you in. A delicious potluck l dinner, prepared by the members of the group will be served at 7:30 p.m. with dancing to follow Reservations must be made by calling Mrs. llarmon Matin at Ad. 3022 or Mrs. Stanley Fleischman at Ad. 5943. In charge of dinner arrange- ments for the party are Mrs. B. Lawson and Mrs. W. Abrams. In charge of decorations is Mrs. El- liot Vineberg assisted by the Mesdames N. Berman, J. Resnick S. Wax, R. Galanti, M. Lott, H. Feinstein and M. Seldman. All Hadassah members and friends are welcome. General Chairman is Mrs. Mar- vin Federman, who can be called fr reservations at ADams 5345. The Business and Professional []ro/p" I[einhershlP' Tet; held on aI"||l"|I"lllilllllIi|lHll"llilll"liIll1lllI"lllll"d]iiIillllliIjl|"I` [ SudF.-J.uaT 26 wsz a most: = "" ' ' "- stccesful and instructlve one  T    T ......................  [Dr lLar01d iRbdiburn addressed  T4b27r#dlIW//# #'-#41e "-- Jthe group on "Israel Today." Dr. IK.J# I/q[J#J .X..n. qLJ/J[ =_- J Rosenbaum graciously accepted = " - /the invitation to speak when Ben- -   I  jamin Asia, previously scheduled Gatr,,i/Tg T  tDfv/TT # p  as the speaker for the afternoon, __ L.. J' ,, I/( .JFIb4b $'g//' // $'J $/J E was called out of town. = The Ideal Setting /or - WEDDINGS ANNIVERSARIES -= RECEPTIONS DINNER DANCES BAR MITZVAHS LUNCHEONS - STAGS BUFFETS =-_- ORGANIZATION AFFAIRS == Phone ROBERT L. GRADWOHL for Appointment SEneca 7313 1425 'Seventh Avenue " IlJllmllflllllllllllllllll.llJlllJJllltmillllli"ljJJJJJll! ..llllljifllll/.llllttm..llllll.llllll..ulllllp,.llllll,l The Brandeis Group will meet on Thursday, February 14, at 8:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Sheldon = Steinberg, 830 31st Ave. Movie - of the month, "I Came To Beer- sheba" will be shown. Call anytime... MOhawk- 5800 '  If No Answer... Mohawk-2544 GEORGETOWN FLORIST ngORETowH Serving Greater Seattle g Suburban Areas "   , , S#ectaltzin& I. SPECIAL OCCASIONS WEDDINGS 1201 BAILEY STREET RECEPTIONS and san M.ZVAHS NEW YORK  (JTA) --Jewish hospitals in Cleveland and Min- neapolis, both named Mount Si- nai, are planning substantial ad- ditions to existing facilities dur- ing 1957. ACCURATE' DRY LEANERS WE CLEAN WITH PERCHLORETHYLENE OR SOLVENT YOUR CHOICE OR LEAVE IT WITH US Finest Cleaning in the Northwest 2510 E. Cherry CA. 8844 'The Room Upstairs' Cast February 4, 1957 :ii! I Rehearsing Heib Photo Studying the script of the play to be presented at the opet monthly meeting of the Seattle Section Council of Jewish Women at the Cornish School Theatre, 710 East Roy St., on Monday, Febru, ary 11, at 1:15 p.m. are (from left to right) Mr. Morton Cone, Mrs. Melvin Lurie, Mr. David Byrd, director from the Drama Depart- ment of the University of Washington, Mrs. John Schermer, Mrs. Harvard Leavitt and Mrs. Kenneth Elburn. The play, "The Room Up- stairs," written by Nora Stirling, is a dramatic portrayal of a fam- ily situation in which an aging mother lives with her married daughter. Discussion will follow, ]ed by Mr. Arthur Farber, director of the Caroline Kline-Galland home. Organizations in the community interested in a geriatrics program have been invited to send repre- sentatives to see this unusual play. GREET NEW SISTER Stephen Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Laboff greeted a sis- ter, Sandra Lynn, born on De- cember 10, 1956. Happy grandparents .are Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Sussman, and Mrs. Yetta Laboff. CITY OF HOPE MEETING The regular monthly'meeting of the City of Hope Chapter will be held Wednesday, Feb. 6 at Temple Cnter, 12:30 p.m. A report on the November Tag Day. and Bank Month will be given. The program chairman, Mrs. Robert Robinson, has planned an interesting demonstration of floral arrangements by a mem- ber of the staff of Charles L. Sullivan, florists. Three lovely floral arrange- ments will be made and raffled. BAR MITZVAH Dennis Lavinthal Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lavinthal announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son to take place at Temple de Hirsch on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 11 a.m. Grandmother of Dennis is Mrs. M. B. Cohen of Vancouver, B.C., and paternal grandparents .are Mr. and Mrs. S. Arshon of Se- attle. Following the services, there will be Kiddush in the Vestry room and all friends and rela- tives are cordially invited. 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