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Page Two Candlelighted Ceremony At Glendale Portrait by Maxlne & Relnard Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leonard Bartman On November 8, at Glendale Country Club, Miss Lesley Jean Schwartz daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz of Seattle, and Me. Harold Leonard Bartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bartman of Norfolk, Virginia exchanged their nuptial vows. The bride wore an ivory tulle wedding gown with portrait neck- line edged in tulle and Chantilly lace. The floor length skirt ended in a fan-pleated hemline with ap- pliques of Chantilly lace. Her elbow veil was caught to a tiara of match- ing lace and pearls, and she car- ried a shower bouquet of white orchids and stephanotis. Mrs,. Bartman's maid of honor was Miss Jaequoiine lorkman nnd her bridesmaids, dressed in baller- ina gowns of Neptune Green with velveteen bodices and handkerchief tulle skirts, and feathered tiaras with shoulder veils, were Misses Lucille DuBonne and Phyllis An- derson. They carried lanterns with gold orchids. The candlelighter, Miss Carolyn Berch, was gowned in Champagne tulle with a jeweled neckline. BIKUR CtIOLUM SISTERHOOD The next regular monthly meeting of the Bikur Cholum Sisterhood will be held on Wednesday after- noon, December 16, at 2 p.m., with a social tea hour preceding the bus- iness session. A speaker of local prominence will be featured, and the president, Mrs. Aaron Katsman invites all members to attend and to bring guests. Best man was Mr. Eugene Silver- ton; ushers, Messrs. Robert Green and Larry Glass, and Mr. George Berkman was Candlelighter. The bride wore a powder blue suit with leopard trim, matching hat and brown accessories for her honeymoon, a motor trip through the Eastern States. The young cou- ple are now living in Fo.rt Wayne, Indiana. Mrs. Bartman attended the Uni- versity of Washington and was a member of Phi Sigma Sorority. Mr. Bartman served four years in the U. S. Air Force and is now attending Indiana Technical College where he is studying electrical en- g{noorirlf. IGOR GORIN BRILLIANT BARITONE STAR MEANY HALL University of Washington Saturday, DEC. 5 8:30 P.M. Tickets $3.50, S3, $2.50, $2 $1.50 SHERMAN, CLAY, U. BOOI(STORE tw T finest in TRADITION and TASTE Kinds of Real Rye French Bread and Rolls Sourdough French Bread and Rolls Danish Coffee Cake Egg Twist-Chalah Kichel and Cookies Holiday and Sabbath Specialties OPEN DALLY 119 23rd Ave. THE TRANSCRIPT TRAVELERS / Mrs. Eva Stusser just returned / from a trip to New York where she visited her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Usdane and chin I dren. The latter accompanied her on a ten-day stay at Miami, Florida. Mrs. Charles Nudelman left Nov. 21, for a sojourn of several months in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Her- man are already in the islands and report a wonderful time. Many other Seattle couples will be leaving for Honolulu between now and the holiday season. Mr. and Mrs. George Schuster are enjoying a two-month boat cruise through the Panama Canal, stop- ping at points of interest on the way. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis have been on a trip of several weeks to New York, Miami, and are now spending some time at the Virgin Isles. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Wachtin are making a very complete tour of Europe, starting from Norway and including Israel. They wrote their parents that their one regret is that they could not stay longer in the latter country as they found it one of their most thrilling experiences to date. They will return shortly ire Seattle. Miss Esther Angel, vice-president of the Seattle Unit of Junior Ha- dassah, and Miss Frieda Boguch, president of the Seattle unit, attended the National Junio.r Ha- dassah Convention in Washington, D.C., from November 24 to Novem- ber 30 at the luxurious Shoreham Hotel in the Capitol. Miss Angel was chosen "Cover Girl" for the convention. After four months, Messrs. Morris B. Hanan and Nessim J. Peha, the two outstanding leaders of Seattle's Sephardic community, recently re- turned from a trip through Europe and the Near East, all the way from London to Greece, Turkey, the Isle of Rhodes, and Israel. They not only enjoyed the beauties and sight- seeing afforded travelers in each country, but visited with govern- ment leaders and heads of Sephar- dic ommunlfi in the I..rg oiflnq in order to learn first-hand about existing Jewish life in that par- i ticular place. They report a most i satisfying and informative trip. Herzl New Year's Eve Dance The Herzl Men's Club announces its Fourth Annual New Year's Eve Cabaret Dance. Ring in the New Year at Herzl, dancing until the wee hours of the morning to the finest of music. There will be en- tertainment, favors, hers d'oeuvres, mixers and EVERYTHING. This year at the price of $7.50 per couple, an early sellout is. antici- ated, so now is the time to make our reservations. Call Mrs. Harry Moises, CA. 5252; Mrs. Herb Karpel LA. 9674; Mrs. Ballou, FR. 1580. Again this new Year's Eve, the slogan will be, "FOR AN EVENING OF FUN, COME TO THE HERZL!" CHERRY STREET GROCERY 2509 E. Cherry Minor 4575 Under New Management "BLUMA" Featuring the Finest of Groceries & Delicatessen wE DELJVFR Home Made potato Salad Chopped Liver, Chopped Herring Have DINNER TONIGHT at the TOP 0' THE TOWN Meet All Your Friends OUR ONLY ENTREE Prime Ribs of Beef Sorrento Hotel Terry at Madison MA. 640O December 1, 1953 To Be Married in the Spring t --Photo By Welters further the humanitarian work of the "Hospital with a Heart," where L_ ___ __ _= , our needy victims of tuberculosis are given the finest possible medical care free of charge. Mrs. Hyman Selesnick (Fr. 3512) and Mrs. Paul Schwartz (Fr. 3511) co-chairmen, or Mrs. Sam Arron (Mi. 2882) will welcome any calls to pick up dis- carded merchandise. Valley Sea Foods Fresh Fish Daily Finest of Sea Foods Give Us a Trial We Deliver Fish Boned and Skinned for Gefillte Fish 2307 Rainier Ave. CA. 9897 GOES TO COURT FOR YOU, TOO... You could be the defendantl You or some member of your family could be held criminally and flnan- clally responsible for accidental injury to others. Be sure that yoU are adequately protected with cam- plete, and comprehensive auto lia- bilffy insurance. It will save you money. Call now. MAin 2840 LIPMAN g ESFELI) INSURANCE Suite 401 Smith Tower Morton Pinch A.J. Goldman Birth First Lt. and Mrs. Norman H. Rickles welcomed a baby girl, Ta- mara, born on November 18. Happy grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Doll Simons and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rickles, Long Beach, Calif., for- merly of Seattle. The young couple live in Wash- ington, D.C., and Mrs. Simon has just left for a six-week's visit with them. Dr. Rickles was recently appoint- ed assistant professor at the Univer- sity of California Dental College and will work with the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology on special research in oral pathology. PORTLAND Readers Buy Your Lippman's Rye Bread Now at MEIER & FRANK CO. ANN PALMER SHOPS JCRS Meeting And Election The Seattle Ladies' Auxiliary, Jewish Consumptives' Relief So- ciety (JCRS) will hold its regular meeting at Temple Center, Wednes- day, Dee. 9, preceded by a social hour at 1 o'clock. Since the election of officers and board members will take place, members are urged to participate in this important meeting. The success of our annual Rum- mage Sale, to be held Dee. 14 through 17 in the Pike Place Mar- ket, depends on the amount of mer- chandise accumulated. Any article of resale value such as clothing, houseware, or baby items will be gratefully accepted as an aid to Kline Galland Tea Dec. 13 The annual tea of the Kline Gal- land Home for the Aged will be held Sunday, December 13, 1953 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Home, 7500 Seward Park Avenue. The tea commemorates the birth- day of the founder of the Home, Mrs. Caroline Kline Galland. In the receiving line will be Mr. Jules Glant and Mr. Edward Starin of the Temple De Hirsch and Mrs. S. Harvard Kaufman and Mrs. Al- exander Allper of the Jewish Fam- ily and Child Service. Mrs. Eugene Levy, Mrs. Jules Glant, Mrs. Alfred Shemanski, Mrs. John Danz, Mrs. Morris Rosen, Mrs. Harry J. Friedman and Mrs. Ed- ward Starin will pour. Mrs. Edwin J. Friedman assisted by Mrs. A. M. Bernhard is in charge of arrangements. All friends of the Kline Galland Home are cordially invited to at- tend. Miss Barbara Posner In the traditional manner of college girls, Miss Barbara Posner, daughter of Mrs. and the late Sam Posner, recently ran around the table with her box of chocolates at the Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority House. announcing her engagement to Mr. Sam Huppin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Huppin of Spokane, Wash. Miss Posner formerly attended the University of California and is n'ow a senior at the University of Washington. Her fiance graduated in Engineering from Washington State College and was affiliated with Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. The young couple plan an early Spring wedding.