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March 03, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday March 3, 1961 — 16

JWV Activities I

MUMFORD
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S

By SDI SHAPIRO
Amid raucous campaigning
and slapstick skits, Mumford's
senior class last week elected
Mery Cherrin, president; Fred
Doner, vice-president; Jan Fried-
man, secretary, and Danny Sil-
ver, treasurer.
Climaxing what Earl Mat-
thews, English instructor and
director of the Drama Club, de-
scribed as the best tryouts in
terms of turnout and talent ever
held in Mumford, casting was
completed for - the school play,
"Dino", to be presented May 18
and 19. Kerry Ozer. and Natalie
Berris, both 11As, were selected
leads. Other major parts were
awarded to Mary Brooks, Allah
Gould, Michael Oberfield, Shir-
ley Saltzman, Diane Stern, Jeff-
rey Stone and Linda Zitomer.
The "M" Club, made up of
varsity letter winners, proved A
disappointment. After challeng-
ing the suppoSedly "old men"
of the faculty to a volley ball
match, they were soundly
thrashed by their elders, two
games to one. The students won
an extremely close second game,
but the teachers dominated the
first and third.
The Parents Club is sponsor-
ing a theater night tonight at
the Vanguard Theater, all pro-
ceeds to go to the scholarship
fund. Those attending will be
treated to a 19th century melo-
drama, "Under the Gaslight",
vaudeville acts, and a reception
for the guests and cast. Seats
may be reserved by calling Mrs.
N. Smokier, TO 8-8669.
Closing a dreary season, Mum-
fOrd's cagers dropped their 11th
straight decision after winning
the first game of the season.
Their latest defeat was at the
hands of Northern, 60-38, Feb.
22, and kept the Mustangs in a
tie for last place in the City
League's Eastern Division with
Osborn.
The girls' swimming team was
edged by Highland Park in their
first meet of the season, Feb.
23, despite one of their strong-
est performances of r é c e n t
years. The winner was not de-
cided until the last event, the
freestyle relay,- and the filial
score saw the Mermaids losing,
60-55.

.

Maryann Kyte Wed
to Ronald Steinber g

DUBLAJAYS will present a
teenage fashion show, "Spring
Fever," March 25 at the JWV
Memorial Home. Refreshments
and prizes will be featured. A
special invitation is extended to
mothers of members. For in-
formation, call Diana Shaw, LI
6-3263, or Reggie Openheim, LI
8-8034.
* * *
Mrs. Herbert Perchikoff, pre-
sident of the RAYMOND ZUSS-
MAN. AUXILIARY, was crowned
"JWVA Queen for a Day" at the
recent second annual paid-up.
membership luncheon of the De
partment of Michigan Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary by bringing
in 10 new members during the
past year. Her prize was a five-
day vacation for herself and her
husband to the Oakton Resort in
Wisconsin. Runners-up in the MRS. RON
contest were Mrs. Joe Berger of
and rs. Seymou
the ROBERT J. RAFELSON of Mr.
Charr
AUXILIARY and Mrs.. Ilene. Mil- ham, an gton
:
nee t
ler of the FLINT AUXILIARY. their
ghter, 4I
* * *
Ronald
len Ste -rg, son
CHARLES AND AARON Dr. and
S. Norman Stei
KOGAN POST AND AUXIL- of Ardm r Rd., Birmi ►
m
IARY will hold their annual
The b e is a
uate of
children's Purim party 1:30 Birmingha
and
p.m. Sunday at the JWV Memo- now is a s u ent at chool
Eastern
rial Home featuring a puppet Michigan
University. Her hus-
show and refreshments. For band- is a senior
State
information, call Sam Grass, University where at he Wayne
is affiliated
UN 4-2683, or Fern Glanzrock, with Sigma Alpha Mu
frater-
EL 6-1298.
nity.
* * *

Talks on famil
community h
uled by of
men's C.
The
C Wo
's D . on.
will
r Mrs. Fr ces
Det t educat
an field direc
E
loyment P
s ommis-
, on "Cha
in Fami
*ng Today" at a lunc
sday at the WC
0 W. Seven M .
director of
corn
nd membership
relations of the Community
Health Association, will discuss
the CHA at a meeting of WC
Branch 1060 9 p.m. Saturday
at the Center. The public is
vited at no charge.

* * *

-

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
AUXILIARY will- meet. Monday
night at the JWV Memorial
Home for the nomination of
officers. Hostesses will be
Goldie Nelson and Hilda Nel-
son. -

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* * *
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MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY
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SHOLEM POST and AUXILI-
ARY will hold a joint meeting
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the JWV
Memorial Home for a special
Brotherhood Week program.
* * *
ROBERT J. RAFELSON
AUXILIARY will meet 9 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Harry Simon, 13720 Elgin, Oak
Park, to make plans for the
Department .of Michigan, JWV,
14th annual goodwill luncheon,
according to Mrs. Morton Op-
penheirn; chairman. Co-hotess
for Tuesday's meeting will be
Mrs. Joe Berger.

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