GLATTER - ROM: Mr. and
Messer was wed to Gary David Mrs. Norman Rom announced
Steinman May 12 at Cong. Adath the marriage of their daughter,
Yeshuran in Kew Gardens, N.Y. Rafelle Ann, to George Robert
Parents of the couple are Mr. Glatter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Reuben Messer of Kew Alexander Matter. The double-
Gardens and Mr. and Mrs. Mor- ring ceremony was performed
ris Steinman of W. Jackson by Rabbi Irving • Kleinerman
Ave., Flint. A small jacket and April 27 at the Sheraton-Chica-
a cathedral train distinguished go Hotel, Chicago, Ill. Attend-
the bride's empire-style gown of ants were Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
ivory peau d'ange and a lace- R. Glatter.
covered pillbox secured her veil
of Belgian lace. She carried Center Teen-Tween
white orchids and lilies of the
valley. Gail Messer served her Modern Dance Class
sister as maid of honor. Harold to Give Performance
Victor Steinman served his
Members of the Teen-Tween
brother as best man. Ushers Modern Dance Classes of the
were Ben Berzin of Ridgewood, Jewish Center will _ present a
N.J., and the bridegroom's uncle, special dance program 7:30 p.m.
MISS SHARON KATZ
Harry Steinman of Youngwood, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Katz of Pa. The newlyweds will continue
The program will open with
their graduate studies at the
Whitcomb Ave. announce the University of California in a "Spring Greeting Dance" to
the music of Vivaldi. The young
engagement of their. daughter, Berkeley.
people will also present dances
* * *
Sharon Jean, to Jerry Knoppow,
KAHN-DIEM: A reception at based on "Memories of Anne
son of Mr. and Mrs. Issac Knop- the Sheraton-Carillac Hotel fol- Frank," using unusual elec-
poiv of Eastwood Ave., Oak lowed the noon May 26 wed- -tronic music. The program in-
ding of Alta Esther Diem and cludes dances to favorite folk
songs such as "Its Raining, Its
The bride-elect will be gradu- Dr. Richard Alan Kahn.
Parents of the couple are Pouring," and "Donna Donna"
ated from Wayne State Univer-
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Diem of as sung by Joan Baez.
sity in August. Her fiance is a Birmingham and Mr. and Mrs.
Featured in the program is
graduate of the University of Joel H. Kahn of Midland.
the Young. Dancers Guild, the
For the ceremony, performed performing teens of the Jewish
Michigan Dearborn Center. An
by Rabbi Morris Adler, the Center. They will repeat some
Aug. 25 wedding is planned..
bride wore a sheath bouffante of the oustanding dances from
Bianchi gown of Ivory Peau-de- their repertory.
soie appliqued with beaded al-
Dance classes are directed by
Opens Season with
encon lace. The bouffante veil Center instructors Hariet Berg
Oh, Men! Oh, Women! of imported illusion was held and Irma Topper. The public is
Northland Playhouse raises the to a softly pleated box of match- invited. Admission is free.
illusion. She carried white
curtain . on its eighth season on orchids on her Bible.
Tuesday when TV's "Perry Ma orchids of honor was Sharon Vovational Service,
son," Raymond Burr, opens for
two weeks in "Oh, Men! Oh, Hecht and bridesmaid was -
Susan Kahn, sister of the bride
Women!" in the role of the ro- groom. David Kahn acted as Hold Annual Meeting
mantic psychiatrist and his prob-
The joint annual meeting of
lems, originated in the New York best man for his brother, while the Jewish Vocational Service
Arnold Diem, brother of the
production by Franchot Tone.
bride, Dr. Thomas Schenk, Dr. and Community Workshop will
Written by Edward Chodorov, Bruce Kyburz, Robert Segar and be held Thursday at the Park
elder brother of equally success- Barry Stulberg seat e-d the Shelton Hotel.
ful playwright Jerome, "Oh, Men! guests.
At this meeting both agencies
Oh, Women!" won New York
The couple will make their will nominate and elect officers
critics' acclaim several years ago home in Oakland, Calif. where and new trustees to their re-
and enjoyed a 10-month run on Dr. Kahn will assume his duties spective boards. Robert Kasle,
president of the Jewish Voca-
Broadway. as a resident physician.
Produced by Kenneth E.
tional Service, will present the
Schwartz, managing director and
highlights of the agency's ac-
founder of the Playhouse, it is
tivities during the past year,
being directed by Leslie Cutler,
and William M. Wetsman, pres-
for many years associated with
ident of the Community Work-
Kenley Players, nationally known
At a recent family open shop, will similarly describe the
professional theater group origi- house, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin activities of the Workshop.
nating in Ohio.
Edelson entertained in honor
In addition, the Jewish Voca-
Visiting Northland for the first of the engagement of their tional Service will present its
time will be Tab Hunter, Ann daughter, Gari, to Eldon Feild- annual Employer - of - the - Year
Sothern, Mickey Rooney, Ann man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Award to that company which
Blyth, Grouch() Marx, Mery Grif- Abram Fieldman. The bride- has been most helpful in em-
fin and Michael Rennie, with elect will be graduated from the ploying agency clients.
Albert Cohen is executive di-
perennial favorite Menasha Skul- Wayne . State University College
nik returning for the fourth time of Education in June. Her fiance rector of both the Jewish Voca
in eight years. "The Tender is doing post - degree work in tional Service and Community
Trap," starring Tab Hunter, will education. He is affiliated with Workshop.
follow Raymond Burr, opening Alpha Kappa Psi professional
on June 18.
and his oirchestiii.:,-._
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An August wedding is planned.
in Family Concert
Detroit Socialites will hold its
seventh annual installation of
officers at a dinner-dance Sun-
day at the Kenwood Restaurant.
Eric Rosenow and his orchestra
will be featured. Ralph Helper
will be installing officer. The
public is invited. For reserva-
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