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Page Two THE TRANSCRIPT  ................ July 6, 1953 hnpressive Ceremony Unites Couple Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence James Fisher Before a candlelit flower-trimmed arch, flanked with white gardenias] and greens, Miss Annette Shirlee Myers and Mr. Lawrence James Fisher took their vows at a beauti- ful ceremony performed by Rabbi Sanford Rosen of Temple Beth Israel of San Mateo. The wedding took place in the Rose Room of Rickey's Studio Inn, at Palo Alto, California on May 3. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Myers of Burlingame, Calif. (formerly of Seattle) wore a gown of white imported lace with full plaited skirt and jacket. Her finger tip veil had a Juliet cap of matching lace with clusters of pearls on either side. A diamond sunburst pin worn by her grand- mother on her wedding day was the only jewelry worn by the bride. She carried her confirmation prayer book, satin -covered, with white orchids and stephanotis. Mrs. Rubin Rochlin (Lorraine Myers) sister of the bride, was ma- tron of honor. Wearing a gown of lavender lace over satin with matching stole, she carried deep pink roses and pink sweet peas with a cluster of roses in her hair. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Mac Fingeroot wel- comed their first son, Alan Russell, on June 18. He joins two sisters, Susan Elaine and Terry Lynn. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tatt, and Mr. Nathan Fingeroot of New York. The first boy of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nudelman made his ap- pearance on June 13. Edward Don- ald has two sisters, Janice Adair] and Laurel Diane. Grandparents ! are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sidell and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Nudelman. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shaffer (Emily Sameth) of Cincinnati, wel- comed their first child, a baby boy, Noah, on June 23. Maternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sameth of Seattle and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shaffer of Boston, Mass. ,,,,00055555155551555511155111100,, Have DINNER TONIGHT at the TOP O' THE TOWN Meet All Your Friends OUR ONLY ENTREE Prime Ribs of Beef Margaret Meiby at the Piano Sorrento Hotel Tarry at Madison MA, 6400 "",tl$$11ilUtlHHIH$1HlUilllllll$1111ilz' TRAVELERS Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Sameth sailed on June 19 on the French liner Liberte from New York, making their first stop at Le Havre in France. They will stay in Paris for ten days and attend the festivals at Perpignan, France, and Salzburg, Austria. They will visit the Riviera coast, Italy and England before re- turning in Sepetmber. The Sameths who have been making their home in Bremerton will move to Seattle this year where Mr. Sameth will be teaching for the Seattle school sys- tem. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levinson and son, Sam Jr., left on the 14th of June for Europe where they will spend about two months visiting the various countries They plan a two-week sojourn in Israel. Dr. and Mrs. Sydney Weinstein recently returned from their vaca- tion in California, where they vis- ited in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Coronado. (Continued on page 3) New Deborah Chapter Mizrachi Women . Miss Sharon Fisher, the groom's sister and maid of honor, was gowned in pale green net over satin, while Dorothea Deutsch, bridesmaid, wore pale yellow net over satin. Both attendants carried bouquets of lavender sweet peas with matching sprays of flowers in their hair. Mr. Rubin Rochlin, brother-in- law of the bride was best man, while Mr. Ray Treiger of Seattle .... and Mr. Sanford Polse of San Fran- cisco, cousin of the bride, were ushers. Miss Joanne Wolfe of Se- attle had charge of the guest bok. Mrs. Myers, mother of the bride, wore teel blue shantung, with full skirt and jacket to match. She had a cluster of white orchids in her hair and a wristlet of orchids. Mrs. Fisher, the groom's mother, wore gold shantung, full skirt and purple orchids. The couple spent their honey- moon in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Reno. Mrs. Fisher attended the Univer- sity of Washington where she was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Fisher is a graduate of the University of Washington and is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. BIRTHS Dr. and Mrs. Max A. Parse (nee Marilyn Quint) of Martinsburg, W. Va., welcomed a baby daughter, Carol Miriam, on June 1. She joins a sister, Nancy Rose. Mrs. Forse is the niece of Mrs. Benjamin Rose. 25th Wedding Anniversary Mrs. and Mrs. Louis Soriano and Miss Marlene Soriano, gave a ,beau- tiful dinner dance in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sor- iano of Bremerton. The occasion was the 25th wedding anniversary of the Sorianos, and relatives and friends from Portland, Seattle, and Bremerton joined in the celebration. Home Again Miss Dorothea Deutsch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Deutsch, has just returned from UCLA to spend the summer. In the Fall she will resume her studies at the Univer- sity of Washington. You give the most cherished gift when you send 00FIDWERS@ .--Johnny's FLOWER SHOP -- We Deliver -- 1008 23rd No. FR. 9400 MRS. JACK R. ALTARAS Walters Portrait The evening of June 1, saw the birth of the new Deborah Chapter of Mizrachi Women. The Chapter named in memorial to Miss Debo- rah Genauer was formed by a group of young women who were per- sonally acquainted with her. Mrs. Ruth Waldman, National representative of Mizrachi Women of America met with the new Chapter and spoke to them of the three-fold program that is being carried out by the Mizrachi women all over America for Israel. This program consists of the rehabilita- tion of war orphans, the rehabili- tation of adolescent girls, and so- cial service planning. The Chapter will hold lts next I meeting on Wednesday, July 15 at i 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Sam i Caston, 3903 47th S. I i Officers of the Deborah Chapter] are: President, Mrs. Jack R. A1-I taras; vice president, Mrs. Mark Rose; treasurer, Mrs. Jack Belur; recording secretary, Mrs. Sol Mus- catel; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Larry Dolgoff. Mrs. Irving T. Sidell, out-going president of the Avivah Chapter of Mizrachi Women, will be advisor to the group. The chapter is open to all young women who are interested in doing work for Israel. For further infor- mation, please contact Mrs. Sam Tar]ca, membership chairman, MA. 6032. B'nai B'rith Women Plan Lawn Social Mrs. Bernard Krasnowsky, Mrs. Irving Porad, Mrs. Harold Roberts The lovely waterfront home of Chairman of the affair is Mrs. Mrs. Jack Muscatel, 1104 Lakeside|Irving Porad, assisted by Mesdames So., will .be the scene of the first|Bernard Krasnowsky Sam Cald- summer lawn social and dessert|eron Dave Prince Isadore Katz, luncheon which the Seattle Chapter]Sam' Slade, Harold' Roberts, Harry of B'nai B'rith Women is planning|Weiskind, and Melvin Sichel. Mrs. for the aftern.oon of July 8, at 12'30[Rosalie Karp is president of the p.m. A fashion show followed by chapter. cards and Mah Jong will round out the afternoon's entertainment. RECUPERATING Tickets for the affair are $1.50 per The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. person, the proceeds to go towards Irving Lee]tin will be interested to the B'nai B'rith projects and phil- know that Mrs. Lee]tin is recuper- anthropies. For reservations call ating at St. Mary's Hospital at Mrs. Irving Paord, Yr. 3430 and Mrs. Rochester, Minn., from a spinal op- Sam Calderon, Mi. 0583. Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Becker of Vancouver, B. C., announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Doris, to Bert W. Rogoway, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Rogoway of this city. eration on June 16. Mr. Lee]tin is with her and they expect to remain there for about a month. 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