THE DETRO IT JEWIS H NEWS—Fr iday, August 21, 195 9-16
Sharon Sanders and
Samuel Katz Wed
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mittee. Prospective members
may be brought as guests. For
information or reservations,
call Mrs. Tackel, DI 1-5242; or
Mrs. Al Stein, VE. 5-2380.
hti LEAH LEONARD
I tell yZ,u the past is a bucket
IVAN S. BLOCH LODGE will of ashes.—Carl Sandburg.
hold a moonlight cruise to Bob
Lo at 9 p.m., Aug. 30. Mem-
bers are invited to bring their.
friends. For tickets call Lou
Leave Everything to Us
Segel, BR. 3-5151; or Harold
Meyer, VE. 7-8989.
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GEORGE GERSHWIN CHAP-
TER has scheduled an Hawaiian
luau for 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, at
the Hayim Greenberg Center,
19161 Schaefer. The festive
supper will be prepared by
Mrs. Irving Tackel, member-
ship chairman, and her corn-
If you happen to run out of j two pans if necessary. Fry over
ideas for an attractive salad to j moderate heat till set and
serve for luncheon one hot day slightly yellow in color. Turn
in August, just try the follow- and lightly fry under side. Use
two forks to tear apart the om-
CUCUMBER BOATS SALAD elette. Pile lightly on serving
plates or platter and dust with
sugar. Serves 2.
1 cucumber, ripe and well confectioners'
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Serve melons of every variety
% cup cottage cheese
as often as possible. They are
3 tablespoons sour cream
plentiful during this month.
Salt and pepper to taste
2 tablespoons chopped green Honey-dews, with a sprinkling
of lemon or orange juice over
or black canned olives
the wedge's inner side, are lus-
1 tablespoon pickle relish
cious dessert items.
(bottled or home-made)
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Plastic toothpicks of your
MRS. SAMUEL KATZ
choice (to simulate oars)
Perfect Affair .
Sharon Hope Sanders and
or make sails out of white
paper and fasten with tooth- Harmon-on-Hudson, N. Y. For Samuel Katz were united in
reply please enclose self-ad- marriage by Rabbi Jacob E. -
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
and His Orchestra
dressed, stamped envelope.
Segal in a candlelight cere-
Wash, 'dry and score the out-
mony Aug. 15 at the Sheraton-
side green skin of cucumber,
Cadillac Hotel. The bride,
using fork or potato peeler Fete Israeli Couple
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
edge to make the lines length-
ward Sanders, was given in
at Family Reunion
wise. Cut into halves length-
An interesting family reunion marriage by her father.
wise and scoop out centers of
She was gowned in white
seeds to make desired depth is currently taking place here
for filling. Combine cottage during the first visit in Detroit silk peau de soie graced by a
portrait neckline and fitted
cheese, sour cream then add
bodice embroidered with Alen-
the seasoning and chopped of Haifa, Israel.
Provisor, who came to Israel con lace and trimmed in tiny
olives and relish, mixing light-
ly. Fill cucumber boats and 32 years ago from Poland, is skirt with lace motifs fell into
place them on a bed of shred- the guest of his brother and a cathedral train. Her crown
ded greens in center of indi- sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
vidual salad plate. Arrange Probizer, of 22211 Marlowe, Oak was of heirloom orange blos-
soms with a two-tier fingertip
oars or sails. Initial sails if you Park.
veil of white silk illusion. The
like, or draw a suitable insigna
bride's bouquet was of white
on each—Star of David, for in- —Mrs. Ida Showfer of Elmhurst
orchids and stephanotis.
Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, cousin
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of the bride, was matron of
For consultation of your
honor. Maid of honor was
ketchup to light sourcream in seven and five years ago, re- Brenda Burke, and bridesmaids
convenience without obligation
equal portions for a tasty and
Call Lincoln 8-2266
During their stay here, Mr. were Deborah Shear and Elea-
attractive salad dressing for
your next fish dinner or lunch- and Mrs. Moshe Provisor are
The bridegroom, son of the
extensively • entertained
eon. Adds zip, zest and color, if being
by their family. They were late Mr. and Mrs. Eli Katz, was
you stir in some beet colored guests at garden parties ar- escorted by his .brother-in-law
ranged by Mr. and Mrs. Nathan a and sister, .Mr. and Mrs. Sol
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. And as a result you'll find that all our baked
Sloan. Best man was Samuel
Here's a recipe for an ome- Samet and Dr. and Mrs. Morris Schwartz,
while ushers • in-
goods have that same, good, old-fashioned mouth-
lette that makes a tasty brunch Starkman.
Provisor has another sister in cluded Raymond Benach, Neal
or luncheon dish. It hails from New York, the wife of Rabbi Z
watering goodness. Don't be satisfied with less than
Zales, Richard Varkle, Emil
Vienna and is called
Weis, Arnold and Sheldon Full-
the best — And the best you'll always find at
A brother of Rabbi Twersky Sanders, brother of the bride.
is • in the limelight this week.
The couple will 'honeymoon
2 cups milk.
More than 2,000 Jews saw 18- through New York, stopping at
BE SURE TO SEE OUR SUNDAY SPECIALS!
11/2 cups sifted flour
year-old Rabbi David Twersky the Concord. Upon their return,
4 eggs, separated
Special consideration given to organizations.
and his father, Jacob Twersky, they will reside on James Rd.
grand rabbi of the Hassidic in Oak Park.
SHOPS OPEN 6 DAYS—CLOSED SATURDAYS
A pinch of salt
3 tablespoons butter, 'melted Jews, board a plane for Israel
where the young man will marry
in frying pan to be used
a 16-year-old girl he has never
2 tablespoons seedless
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raisins or currants
Dusting of confectioners'
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kales, of
23090 Gardner, Oak Park, an-
Combine milk and sifted flour
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
gradually till smooth. Add egg
SHOLOM POST and AU2M- son, Barry Joel, on Aug. 29, at
yolks, sugar, salt and melted
butter. Stir gently till well com- IARY will hold a splash party Cong. Ahavas Achim. A recep-
bined. Beat egg whites frothy at Sidney Hills Health Club, tion in Barry's honor will be
and fold in lightly. Dust the 13333 W. Eight Mile from 6:30 held the following evening, in
raisins or currents lightly with p.m., Saturday. A western-style the family home.
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flour and fold in last. Turn in- chuck wagon will be served.
Milford R. Preg-•
to the frying pan used for melt-
ing butter. Batter should not be For information, contact Ben erson, of 3276 Sherbourne, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
more than one inch deep. Use Brown, KE 2-9263.
son, Bernard Myron, on Aug. 29
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. A re-
ception in Bernard's honor will
be held from 8 to 11 p.m., that
evening, in the family home.
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