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Page Two THE TRANSCRIPT Barbara Holcenberg Engaged The engagement of Miss Barbart :Holcenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Holcenberg to Mr. Allan Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schneider of Lexington Park, Md., was made known by her parents on Sunday evening, November 24. The future bride is a graduate of Vassar College and Yale University School of Nursing. Mr. Schneider is presently . a student at the --Walters Photo University of TO BE MARRIED IN SPRING Washington, and graduated from George Washington University, College of Pharmacy A spring wedding is planned. AMERICAN MEDICAL CENTER AT DENVER The next regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the American Medical Center (J.C. R.S.) at Denver will be held on Wednesday afternoon, December 11, at the Eastside "Y." There will be a social hour and snack luncheon served preceding the business meeting, when the annual nomination and election 0f officers will take place. The program will feature cur- rent events, and the afternoon will conclude with games of cards for those who wish to pihy. Mrs. Lawrence Weiss, president, extends a cordial welcome to all members and guests. PIONEER WOMEN LUNCHEON A luncheon and card-party, sponsored by the Pioneer Wom- en will be held on Tuesday, De- cember 10, at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. H. Roth, 1911 E. Jefferson St., it is announced by Mrs. H. Mesher, president. There '.will be attractive p r i z e s, and hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Ed Side]l, Mrs. Nathan Anches, Mrs. C. Forman and Mrs. Wigodsky. Sack Benny was guest of honor last week at-a ball in Atlantic City celebrating Israel's t e n t h anniversary. SIGMA ALPHA MU . MOTHERS' CLUB -  Tile Mothers' and Wives' Club of Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity will hold its annual fund-raising luncheon and card party on Thursday, December 12 at 12:30 p.m. at the Chapter IIouse, 4714 17th Ave. N.E. Co-chairmen for the afternoon are Mrs. Joseph Saxon and Mrs. Hyman Funk. Mrs. A1 Forman is in charge of table decorations. Tickets may be obtained from the ticket chairman, Mrs. Harry Salzberg, Mo. 4974. Reservations should be made by calling Mrs. Salzberg, or Mrs. Funk at PL. 5834, or Mrs. Saxon,, Mi. 2661. Members and friends are cor- dially invited to attend. Chanukah Social Meet For Seattle BB Women Seattle Chapter B'nai B'rith Women No. 647 will hold their regular meeting on Wednesday, December 18, at the Jewish Com- munity Center. Dessert will be served at 12:30 p.m. After a short business meeting, the afternoon will be spent in playing cards, bingo, mah jongg, etc. Members are invited to plan their own tables and enjoy a Chanukah social. I "Council of Jewish Women Mrs. S. Harvard Kaufman; President of S e a t t 1 e Section, Council of Jewish Women, is happy to announce that "Slightly High," was a financial success, giving Council its budget for the year to carry on its civic and na- tional projects and was also suc- cessful as a community project in which so many more people became aware of council and its work. Mrs. Kaufman stated that on behalf of the Seattle Section she wants to thank all the othe] Jewish organizations, the adver- tisers, the ticket buyers and the entire community for the won- derful cooperation shown. The Golden Age Club will have a Chanukah program as the entertainment feature at the meeting scheduled for Thursday afternoon, December 12, to be held in the Iterzl Congregation Vestry Rooms from i to 3 p.m. Children of the Seattle I:Iebrew School will be presented in va- rious numbers. Rabbi Samuel Graudenz, principal of the school, will be a guest and present the children at the m e e t i ng. On Thursday, December 19, Israeli movies will be shown. English classes were formed at the December 5 meeting. There are still openings for those who are interested. The Golden Age Club is co- sponsored by the Seattle Sec- tion, Council of Jewish Women and the Seattle Jewish Commu- nity Center. All senior citizens are welcome to attend these weekly meetings, held every Thursday afternoon at the Herzl Vestry rooms. Lee William Sachs RING IN The NEW YEAR With the Music of BOB MARSHALL AND HIS BAND at the HERZL MEN'S CLUB ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE HERZL VESTRY 9:30 P.M. 'TIL 2:00 A.M. MIXER, ICE, CHOPPED LIVER, SNACKS AND FAVORS (B.Y.O.L.) LIMITED TO 100 COUPLES CALL IN YOUR RESERVATIONS AND MAIL YOUR CHECK TO HERB KARPEL, 48J0 PULLMAN, VE. 6865 HERZL OFFICE, 172 20TH AVE., FR. 1580 RALPH ESKENAZI, 3814 46th S.W., WE. 5431 Donatio= $10 Per Couple McBride-Anderson Photo Bar Mitzvah Temple De Hirsch December 21 Lee William Sachs, son of Drs. Allan and Bernice Sachs, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple De Hirsch on Saturday morning, December 21, at 11 a.'m Services will be followed by a Kiddush reception 'to which all friends are cordially invited. Out-of-town guests will in- clude Dr. Max Litt, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Litt, and Mr. and Mrs. Marks Levy and son Jay from Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sehomer from Passaic, N. J., and Mr. Albert Cohen from Miami, Florida. Lee's maternal grand- mother, Mrs. Rose Cohen of Pas- saic, N.J., has been visiting here this past month, and will be sharing in this happy, occasion. SWEETHEART OF A.Z.A. Betty Rousso was elected Sweetheart of Seattle A.Z.A. at their annual Sweetheart Ball held at the ,nights of Columbus Hall on November 30. Attend- ants were the Misses Judy Dia- mond, Sue Hara, Lana Lederman ahd Sally Ordell. HASING AGENT...: Insisting on ace.rate fulfillment of | his printing orders will be pleased | with our letterheads, cards, fold- | ers, circulars. AH produced In one | plant. | ALPHA-STAUNCH I DlltECr MAlL AND I RINTIN G | 142S lltll Ave. EAst 81i$ | all Fred Klein " | December 9,. Marriage to Take Place in MISS FANCHON KADISH Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kadisb announce the engagement of their daughter, Fanchon to Mr. Byron Philburn Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosen of Tacoma. The bride-elect attended the University of California at Los Angeles, the University of lla- wail, and graduated from the University of Washington, where she affiliated with Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. She also attended --Walters Px0  AND MR BYRON ROSEN the University of Washington Law School Iler fi'ance attended the University of Washhgton where he was a member of zet$ Beta Tau fraternity, and the Col" lege of Puget Sound in Tacoma', lie is presently stationed at t, Lewis, Washington, and plans to return to the College of ,uget Sound upon completion of his army service. The couple phm a small family wedding on January 12, 195. GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY In honor of their Golden Wed- ding Anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kaplan of 1524 28th Avenue, entertained friends and relatives or cocktails and dinner at the Norselander on Sunday, December 8. Sharing in this happy occasion were their daughters, Mrs. Irving Shaff and Mrs. Dean Smith and their respective families, all of Seattle, and their son, Mr. Jack Kaplan and his wife, of Astoria, i Oregon. Here from New York for I the celebration were Mrs. Bea-J trice Gershon, sister of Mrs. Kap- I lan, and a great-niece, Miss Sel- / ma Gershon. The. Kaplans were married in New York in 1907 and moved to Seattle in 1911. From 1915 until 1942 they lived in vari- ous parts of the country, but have been permanent residents of this city for the past 15 years. Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan have four grandchildren, and three great- grandchildren. The.Abraham Ma2er Residence Hall of Albert Einstein College of Medicine of yeshiva Univer: sity was dedicated last week. AVIVAH MIZRACHI Mrs. Aaron Katsman, who h s just returned from the Nation i Convention of the Mizrachi Wo" en's Organization" of America, will present a comprehensive re- port of the convention aeUvitieg at the next regular meeting of Avivah Chapter, to be held o Thursdoy, December 19, at 12::  p.m., at the home of Mrs. Los Lawson, 727 35th Avenue. The meeting will be preceded by t snack lunch, with decorations it the Claanukah motif MrsI' Pearl and Mrs. Ben'BriR vi]t have a fine display of aprons an,! other gift items just in time for Chanukah gifts. Plan to malee your selection at the meeting- Stork News Mr. and Mrs, Jerome Jer # lowske announce the birth of  son, Jeffrey Scott, born Nove m ber 17. Ile joins a sister, Jill $9" san. Grandparents are Mr. and Mro Jerome Pearl, and Mr. and MrS. Charles Jermulowske of L* Grande, Oregon. L i t t e seffreY has two g r e a t - grandmothers, Mrs. Bertha. 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