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activities in Society
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lipsitz, of Jerome Ave., Oak Park, held a
luncheon in honor of their son Richard Norman's Bar Mitzvah,
at Sammy's Avalon Room, July 4. The Bar Mitzvah was held in
Cong. 1Vlishkan Israel.
Mrs. Harry Schwartz, of Ilene Ave., and Mrs. Harry Wolfe,
of Greenbriar Ave., have just returned from Los Angeles where
they attended the wedding of their niece, Miss Loretta Rich.
Mrs. Leonard Tierman, Mrs. Herman Krastof and Saul Seman-
sky will give a golden wedding anniversary party on July 17 for
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Semansky, visiting from Tucson,
Rabbi and Mrs. Isaac E. Bloch, of Desert Hot Springs, Calif. ;
were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman, .18027 Ilene, last
week. Rabbi Bloch was the first Circuit-Rabbi on the West Coast,
covering Riverside and Imperial Counties in California and Yuma
County, Arizona. From Detroit, Rabbi and Mrs. Bloch went to
Chicago, where they attended the Lions International Convention,
MRS. ROBERT ORDOWER
representing the Palm Springs Club. They joined in the celebra-
I n a ceremony performed tion of the formation of four Lions Clubs in Israel during the
June 22 at Bnai Moshe Syna-
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Heilbronner arrived in Europe for a
gogue, Carolyn Leipsitz became
the bride of Robert Ordower. summer visit.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman and Can-
. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Einstein and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
tor Kline officiated.
Gale are touring through Europe and Israel.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Asher Buchhalter are motoring through
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Leipsitz of
W. Outer Dr. The bridegroom is Europe, Yugoslavia and Greece, before flying on to Israel where
the son of Mrs. Helen Ordower they will spend two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs: Leo Oppenheim are vacationing in Western
of Windsor, and the late Leo
The bride wore a gown of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. korner are presently on a tour of
white organza fashioned with a the Scandinavian countries. They will return home on the
sabrina neckline, long sleeves SS United States.
and a bouffant s k i r t which
A family dinner in honor of Mrs. Mary Greenblatt on the
terminated in a courttrain. The occasion of her 90th birthday will be tendered by her children,
snug bodice and front panel Wednesday evening, at Knollwood Country Club. Among the
was re-embroidered appliqued special guests will be all her grandchildren.
Alencon lace studded with tiny
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Drapkin, of North Miami Beach, Fla.,
formerly of Detroit, celebrated their 22nd wedding anniversary
Her silk illusion finger-tip veil on Sunday and were entertained that afternoon by Mr. and
was held in place by a crown of Mrs.. Israel Taines, Mr. and Mrs. Sy Vinocur and Mr. and Mrs.
orange blossoms and oak pearls. A. Vinocur, at the Taines residence, 3275 W. Outer Dr. Cantor
She carried her confirmation Shabtai Ackerman presented a musical program during the
Bible with a cascade of white evening's entertainment.
orchids and stephanotis.
Miss Betty Kay Maledy, the daughter of Mrs. Homer E.
Susann Leipsitz, sister of the
b r id e, was maid of honor. Maledy, of 1921 Cleveland, Lincoln Park, is taking a two-month
Bridesmaids were Ruth Levin "on-the-job" training course in occupational therapy at the
and Sonia Ordower, sister of National Jewish Hospital at Denver. She is completing her
institutional affiliations required for a degree in occupational
therapy from Eastern Michigan University. •
The bridegroom was attended
Miss Marjorie Rothenberg will be honored at a bridal shower
by his brother, Irving Ordower,
as best man. Ushers were Ken- to be given by her aunts, Mesdames Lawrence L. Shapiro, Irving
neth S. Solway, Harvey Silver, Schane, Louis Aston, and Arnold Taylor, of Bay City, at noon,
Norman Ordower and Marvin Saturday. Some '70 guests have been invited.
Ordower, cousins of the bride-
Out of town guests were from
Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Illi-
nois, M o n t r ea 1, New York,
Toronto and Windsor.
Following a honeymoon in
Mrs. Alan Judah Hart, Mon- per and whole cloves; this
Florida, the newlyweds will
make their home in Endicott, treal, treasures a unique book should be poured boiling over
New York, where the bride- which was given her by Gerald the nuts, they are not fit to eat
groom is an electrical engineer Hart, the historian, whose for three or four months. The
with I.B.M. The bride, who mother, Mrs. Adolphus Hart, liquor of this makes a good
formerly attended the Univers- compiled it in 1865.
ity of Michigan, will complete
Here is one for Domestic
She was formerly Constance
her undergraduate studies at Hart, a daughter of Benjamin Champagne: "Cider sixty gal-
Harpur University, New York. Hart whose commission as a lons. Clear spirits three gal-
magistrate was signed by Queen lons. Honey two and a half ga1-
Victoria. She married a cousin, lons. Boil and ferment."
Montreal Pudding read s:
the son of Ezekiel Hart. Thus
both she and her husband were "Beat up three eggs, strain
direct descendants of Aaron them through a sieve, gradually
Brith Rishonin, United States Hart, the first Jew to settle in add a gill of milk, stir these
well together, add two ounces
Zionist Veterans Organization, Canada.
of brown sugar and some nut-
"intended to be an association
The title page of the book meg, mix these in the eggs and
of honorary Zionists who have reads "Household Receipts or
the credentials of membership Domestic Cookery, by A Mont- milk and add four ounces of
in an American Zionist organi- real Lady, Constance H. Hart. flour, beat it in a smooth batter
zation for at least 25 years," Printed by John Lovell, St. by degrees, add seven ounces
of bread crumbs, mix all thor-
was organized in New York.
Nicholas Street, Mon t r ea 1, oughly at least half an hour
Louis Lipsky, veteran Amer- 1867."
before you put the pudding in
ican Zionist leader, was named
In this day of "ready-mix"
president; Dr. Simon Feder- and pressure cookers, these the pot; have an earthen bowl
bush and Dr. Samuel Margosh- household recipes tell of a dif- or mould well buttered, tie a
es, vice - presidents; Meyer ferent way of life. Take, for cloth tight over it, let it boil
Brown treasurer, and Morris example, this recipe for butter- three hours without stopping,
Margulies, secretary. 0 t h e r nuts: "Butternuts should be add a half pound of raisins, if
members of the organization procured the last week in July you like."
Mrs. Samuel Silver, of Mont-
committee are: Paul L. Gold- whilst they are small and ten-
man, Rose L. Halprin, Rabbi der, put them to soak in brine real, who was a de Sola, cher-
Mordecai Kirshblum, Dr. Joseph for three days, then in cold ishes another cook book which
was compiled and written in
B. Schechtman and R o b e r t
water three days more; put 1889 by Eliza Mendes de Sola,
down some vinegar to boil with
Lipsky said that the new asso- whole allspice, whole black pep- a sister of the renowned Rev.
Dr. Abraham de Sola.
ciation will provide a central
address to which members may
turn for advice or counsel;
meet frequently for public ex-
pression of opinion on import-
ant Zionist issues, defend the
prestige of the Zionist move-
ment and preserve data on
Membership application, at
$5 a year, may be made by
writing to Brith Rishonim, 515
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