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Page Two THE TRANSCRIPT October 7, FALL SOCIAL SEASON Popular Couple Engaged The engagement of Miss Eleanor Leah Freidman to Mr. Robert Alan Rogers was announced on September 29, at a surprise party honoring tile engaged couple. Miss Freidman is the daughter of Mrs. David Freidman and the late Mr. Freidman, and Mr. Roger:; is the son of Mr. Harold M. Rogers. The prospective bride attended tile University of Washington .. :!:!i::i .... where she was affiliated with Phi . ..................................................... Sigma Sigma Miss Eleanor Freidman and Mr. Rpbert Rogers Sorority. --Grady Photo Mr. Rogers attends" the University of Washington, where he was past President of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity and a member of Kappi Psi and Pi Omicron Sigma, honorary fraternities. The wed- ding (late has been set for March 23, 1958. ................................................... TO VACATION IN NEW YORI( AND MIAMI Miss Gussic Sideli and Miss I, illian Clein left on October 6 for several weeks vacation in Mi- ana Beach and New York City. Bikur Cholim Sisterhood The Annual Membership Tea of the Bikur Cholirn Sisterhood will take place on Tuesday after- noon, October 15 in the Vestry Rooms of the Synagogue, it is announced by Mrs. ttarold Dwor- kin, President. An interesting and entertaining program, comprised of a skit, and musical parody wilt be presented, under the direction of Mrs. Jack Richlen, Program Chairman. A cordial invitation is extended to all members and prospective members lo attend. I. J. Jaeobs. A snack luncheon will be served at 12:30 p.m. All Ladies Free Loan To Meet The open meetin. of the He- rew Ladies Free Loan Society will be held at the taome of Mrs. E. E. Lescher, 1603 34th Ave., on Tuesday, October 22. Mrs. Harry Buttnick will re- view "Essays on Traditional Jew- ish Thought," by Dr. Samuel B'el- kin, President of Yeshiva Uni- versity. lfostesqes will he Mesdames Jacob Young, Isadore Pineus, and members and guests are welcome. Yours for Better Health in the Coming Year ] PAUL WORON -- GARY SHORE .--KEN MERPORT 5at 6516 Rooseveh Way OPENS Sheryl Sharin Engaged To Be Married In February , Mr. and Mrs. Shaxin announce tile engagement Of their daugh- ter, Sheryl Louise Sharin to Mr. Joel Leon Barrios, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ilcrbcrt Barrios of Los An- geles. Miss Sharin, a 1957 Scafair Princess, attended the University of Vashfngton, where she was a member of Phi Sigma Sigma So- rority. Her fiance is a graduate of San Diego State College, where he affiliated with Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. The wedding date has been set for February 2, 1958. Neighborhood Meets To Be Held by Council Due to the great importance of the report of the Survey Commit- tee, and to expedite discussions on its results, it will be present- ed to members of Seattle Section, Council of Jewish Women, at smaller intimate groups rather than at one large general meet- ing. The meetings, therefore, will be imid on a neighborhood basis in the following homes on Mon- day October 14, at 12:30 p.m. Coffee and desert will be served. Montlake: At the imme of Mrs. Boris Merport, 1508 Arboretum PI. Ea. 5900. Downtown: Mrs. Jack Moss, Grosvenor House, 500 Wall St. Mu. 1155. Mount Baker: Mrs. Alexander Grinstein, 2838 Cascadia Ave. Me. 2102. Madison Park, Washington Park, Denny Blaine, Madrona, Capitol Hill: Mrs. Paul Pollack, 1902 E. Blaine, Mi. 3459, Mrs. Leon Levy, 4000 E. Blaine, Ca. 2393. Overlake: Mrs. Charles Fine, 445 140th NE., Bellevue, Gi. 5926. Magnolia: Mrs. Edward Stern, 2709 West Galer. AI. 7373. Seward Park, Uplands: Mrs. Ben Masin, 6007 Oakhurst Road. La. 5252. Laurelhurst: Mrs. Irving Her- man, 3156 West Laure]hurst Dr., Ke. 8642. View Ridge, lfawthorne Hills: Mrs. Charles Kaplan, 6548 50th NE., Ke. 6548. The report at all of the homes will present the results of the survey made of all existing social services, agencies and facilities in the city of Seattle and in King County, in order to wisely spend the $30,000 received from the sale of Neighborhood House, and to find new projects in-which Coun - ell volunteers can serve the com- munity. In the event any member is unable to attehd one" of tie day meetings on October 14, the same information will be the subject matter at lhe .Evening Branch meeting on Tuesday, October 15, at 8:15 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Norman Isquith, 2420 Magnolia Blvd., it is announced by Mrs. S. Harvard Kaufman, President of :Seattle Section. WITH ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS Portland Rose Festival Princess Engaged .To Lt. Robert Margolis Mr. and Mrs. Frank Breall of Portland, Ore., announce the engagement of their daughter Roberta Sue, to First Lieutenant Robert Norman Margolis, U.S. Air Force, son of Mr. and and Mrs. Sydney S. Margolis. . The bride-elect, a 1956 Rose Festival princess attended the University of Oregon. Lt. Margolis is a graduate of Stanford University and is presently stationed at the Portland Air Base as a .jet pilot. The wedding ' is planned for December 8 in Portland, Oregon. Miss Roberta Breall and Lt. Robert Margo Hadassah News PATRONI/,E TIE TRANSCRIPT ADVERTISERS The Pledge Dinner, the once-a- year annual fund-raising event to service lladassah's many facet- ed projects will be held on Tues- day, November 5 in the Grand Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel. Mr. Edward Glazer, general chairman, has appointed the fol- lowing .Group Chairlnen: Mrs. Sheldon Biback, Brandeis; Mrs. Joe L. Woolfe, Business and Pro- fessional; Mrs. Sam Kamel, Rose Lurie; Mrs. Albert Maizels, North End; Mrs. Norman Stahl, Sew- ard Park; Mrs. Charles Fine, Surburban and Mrs. Marvin Shurman, Magnolia. Program Chairman is Mrs. Irving Jaffe. The Business and Professional Group will meet at the Commun- ity Center on October 15 at 8:15 p.m. Members are requested to note the change of date, which is a few days-before the regular meeting dgte of the Business and Professional Group. Mrs. Ida Gustanoff, program chairman, announces that a skit, "The Miracle Workers," will be presented, featuring Mr. and Mrs. M. Mottelson. Circle Chairmen for the month are Mrs. George Spire and Miss Rebecca Wax- man. Barry Bloch Temple De Hirsch Bar Mitzvah, October lg Mr .and Mrs. Milton Blocb a" nounce the Bar Mitzvah of tlteif son, Barry, which will take pl! on Saturday morning, October is at 11 am at Temple De HirSe " /pt Kiddnsh services, will follow _hj. ceremony. The Bar Mitzw,, grandparents, who will be pt. ent at the ceremony are Mrs. Kundin, and Mr. Isaac Bloch. Give your share to th; tI|tl Good Fund. A "LIVE WIRE" CAN BURN YOU UP..." ...Check the wiring in and out of the house, regularly... These are danger points for fire And, check your insurance coverage to be fully protected, always! Let Us Review Your Fire Isnrance! will OO0 BURN YOU UP! LIPMAN and ESFELD 40! SMITH TOWER SEneca 65 Morton linc.h ............ -,- Ab J.