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PAGE TWO THE TRANSCRIPT May 10, 1948 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cutler announce the engagement of their daughter Sylvia to Mr. Julian Agranoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregor Agranoff of Soap Lake. A reception, with the immediate family, was held for the young couple Saturday evening, May 8, at the Cutler home. Miss Cutler is a graduate of Garfield High School and a member of Junior Hadassah. Mr. Agranoff, who served with the Navy during the last war, is now attending the U. of W. The wedding will take place in August. Gordon Myers Is Bar Mitzvah Gordon Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Myers, had his Bar Mitzvah ceremonies Saturday, May 8. at tim Herzl Synagogue. Mrs. Frank H. Elseman Visits Parents Here Mrs. Frank H. Eiseman left yesterday for her home in Portland after a two-week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eis- enhardt, and her brother and sis- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Eisenhardt. Mr. Eiseman, a certi- fied public accountant in Portland, was unable to join his wife here because of urgent business. Pi Tau Pi Fraternity In Mother's Day Service Following a custom of a quarter of a century, the Pi Tau Pi fratern- ity participated in the Mother's Day services at Temple de Hirsch last Friday night by presenting each lady with a flower and by tak- ing part in the pulpit ceremonies. Richard Knowltons Leave For Chicago for Visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knowlton znd their daughter, Jerri Lynn, are leaving Friday, May 14, for Chi- cago where they will visit Mr. Knowlton's parents. They expect to be gone three weeks. Senior Banquet The B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda- tion at the University of Washing- ton will hold its annual Awards Banquet, otherwise known as the Senior Banquet, on Saturday eve- ning May 15, at 7 o'clock with a Candle-Lighting Ceremony and a Havdalah Service during the ban- quet. Awards will be made to out- standing students and to B'nai B'rith leaders in recognition of most effective service to Hillel. Seniors will be tendered a farewell, and the new officers will be installed. A mixer will follow. Reservations will be limited, and the Hillel Mothers' Club will tender the dinner. Elections for new Hillel officers for the ensuing year will be held all day Thursday, May 13, and only paid-up members will be eligible to vote. ltillel Mothers' Club Luncheon The Hillel Mothers' Club will hold a luncheon on Thursday, May 20, at 1 o'clock in the Hillel build- ing for all of its members and pros- pective members. Passover Lunehes---30O Served Throughout the week of Pass- over, the Hillel Mothers' Club served specially prepared Passover lunches to Hillel students, about 60 a day, or a total of 390 during the week of Passover. This marks AEPhi Mother- Daughter Lunch Set for May 15 Reservations are now 'being made for the annual Mother-Daughter luncheon, presented by the mem- bers of Alpha Delta chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. The big event is to take place on Sat- urday, May 15, at the Edmond Meany Hotel. The luncheon promises to be an outstanding affair with songs, a mother-daughter talk, and the pre- sentation of the ideal AE girl of the year, who is chosen for her achievements and contributions to Alpha Epsilon Phi. Stork Tidings "The most valuable things come in small packages." Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Droker are sure their son, Kenneth Steven, who weighed 6 pounds 2V2ounces at birth April 15, is indeed the most valuable package in the world. His grand- )arents are Mr. and Mrs. David Droker of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Newhaus of San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Babener (the former Rose Ann Broderick) became parents April 19 when their son, Jeffrey Alan, made his ap- pearance at Columbus hospital. Jef- frey's paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Babener of Boston, Mass Maternal grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Broder- ick and his maternal grandmother is Mrs. Anna Markow, all of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Kaufman of Spokane are the proud parents of Mark Allen, who was born Tuesday, April 27. Mrs. Kaufman is the former Teresa Thal of Bell- ingham. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Thal of Bellingham and Mr. and Mrs. William D. Kaufman of Webster, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Kauf- man are currently visiting in Spo- kane. Dr. George Winston Again In Active Business Here After an absence of two years, :Dr. George Winston has again re- entered the optometry business in i Seattle, in association with Dr. Er- !vin H. Melius, who has been es- tablished for a long period of time at 410 Union Street. an increase of over 50% over 1947. This Hillel Foundation conducts a Kosher kitchen, and aims to accom- modate all Hillel students of all Jewish backgrounds. Seattle Jewish Youth Council May Calendar Wednesday, May 12 Report Meeting Young Adult Group Federated Fund Hillel. Saturday, May 15 J. S. L. Hayride. Sunday, May 16 Junior Hadassah Mixer, Tem- ple Center. S. J. Y. C. Softball League: Z. B. T. vs. T. C., Washington Park, 1 p.m.; No. 73 vs. No. 350, Garfield, 11 a.m.; Y. I. vs. J. S. L., Washington Park, 11 a.m.; B.Y.E. vs. S.A.M., Garfield, 1 p.m. Monday, May 17 S. J. Y. C. Executive Board Meeting. Thursday, May 20 S. J. Y. C. Meeting, Temple Center. Open. Saturday, May 22 S. A. M. Alumni Dinn'er Dance. Sunday, May 23 Young Adult Federated Fund Fest, Temple Center. Phi Sigma Sigma Picnic. S. J. Y. C. Softball League: Z. B. T. vs. No. 350, Garfield, 1 p.m.; No. 73 vs. J. S. L., Wash- ington Park, 11 a.m.; Y. I. vs. S.A.M., Garfield, 11 a.m.; B.Y.E., vs. T.C., Washington Park, 1 p.m. Sunday, May 30 Ontarian Mixer, Temple Cen- ter. S.J.Y.C. Softball League: J. S.L. vs. Z.B.T., Garfield, 1 p.m.; No. 73 vs. S.A.M., Wash- ington Park, 1 p.m.; Y.I. vs. T.C., Garfield, 11 a.m.; B.Y.E. vs. No. 350, Washington Park, 11 a.m. Don't forget to attend the Young Adult Federated Fund Fest CONNIE LANDER, Social Chairman. Mrs. F. Danz has announced the engagement of her daughter, Ina Charlotte, to Mr. Richard Melvin Willner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wiliner. Both the bride-elect and her fiance are attending the University of Washington where Mr. Willner is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. No date has been set for the wedding. Talent Music Skits Entertainment Fashion Show The Seattle Jewish Youth Council presents "FUND- FEST" (a fun-packed variety show) TEMPLE CENTER Sunday, May 23 -- 8:30 p.m. Hillel Inter-Faith Chairman Receives Letter of Thanks Mr. Gerd Pollitz, Hillel inter- faith chairman, received the fol- lowing ietter from Glen T. Ny- green University of Washington counselor for students, following the inter-faith seder held at the Hillel Foundation, Sunday, April 25: "I want to congratulate you on an outstanding job you did as inter-faith chairman for the Hillel Foundation. Your demonstration seder was the most stimulating ex- perience I have had this entire school year. It was done superbly and I admire both your handing of it and the event itself. "Most people who are in that group considered as educated per- sons actually have a blind spot where religious customs and tra- ditions are concerned. Most of us never had a chance to know the meaning and origin of customs of other faiths. Passover service was particularly impressive to me be- cause all through Protestant Sun- day School I learned about the history of the Jewish people from the Old Testament without ever understanding what I was being told. "COngratulations go to you par- ticularly, Gerd, but also to the Hil- lel student group and to Rabbi Horowitz for this fine work. I hope this Passover Seder will become an annual tradition. Thank you very much for asking me to be with you last Sunday." Sincerely yours, (Signed) Glen T. Nygreen Counselor for Students Tuesday, May ll-- Council of Jewish Women's an- nual May Luncheon, 12 noon, Span- ish Ballroom, Olympic Hotel. Histadruth meeting, 2 p.m., ves- try room of Bikur Cholum syna- gogue. All members are urged to attend the meeting as the chairmen and committees will be appointed for the Dessert Bridge to be held at Temple de Hirsch June 8. Wednesday, May 12-- JCRS Luncheon, 12:30 p.m., Tem- ple Center. Thursday, May 13-- S.O.S. Workers' Tea, 2 p.m., Tem- ple Center. Saturday, May 15-- Hillel Senior Banquet, 7 p.m., Hillel Foundation. Awards for out- standing students will be made and election of officers. The King County Central Blood Bank furnishes blood at cost to those who can afford it. Those who cannot pay receive blood free. Bernbaum Insurance Service Complete Insurance Protection Sanford M. Bernbaum, CLU Harry C. Bush, Manager 510 Jones Building Se. 6020 3rd and Union El. 4641 B.B.YoM. News Seattle "73" By FEED ADLER At the meeting of April 28, the winner of the BBYM bowling tour- nament was announced.'Buddy Kosin with a high score of 459 for three games was high man. Tim winner of a quiz on the subject of Passover, conducted by Shick Fine- berg, chaplain, was won by Chuck Richlen. "5'he United Jewish Appeal," the only help the Homeless and Dis- criminated Jews of Europe can de- pend on to survive and to build a new Jewish generation in Pales- tine; a better future to look forward to, and a nucleus for all Jewry all over the world, was told to all present at the meeting by Norman Shain, chairman of the BBYM United Jewish Appeal Drive. Presi- dent Harry Bogush wants 100 per cent participation to the drive from all members for this vital cause. Buddy Kosin was appointed chairman of the membership com- mittee. Ten new members is our goal for this term was announced by the executive board. A closed membership dinner and party will be held May 15 at Rose's Chicken Dinner on the Tacoma Highway, announced Chuck Rich- len Prospective members will re- ceive invitations. All members in good standing are urged to come with a date. Our next meeting is May 10 at 8 p.m., Temple Center. A program and refreshments will Ire provided. Do not let the Jews of Europe and Palestine down, they need your help. Bring your contributions to our next meeting. WATSON CO. J. E. Drummey, Pres. FUNERAL DIRECTORS "Beautiful Things Need Not Be Costly" 702 Broadway EAst 0013 Seattle , | EMPLOYERS, BUSINESSMEN, HOUSEWIVES Please list Job openings of any kind with the Washington Emigro Buroau 8R. 5862 SUPPORT YOUR FEDERATED JEWISH FUND GIVE THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE