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July 01, 1966 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-01

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Newlyweds Honeymoon After Local Ceremony

his ushers were Jeff Robinson,
Michael Fidler, Gerald Keller,
Tom Harris and Dan Yamshon.
Following a motor trip to New
Orleans, San Francisco and the
West Coast, the couple will be re-
siding in Royal Oak.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, July 1, 1966

THE NEWEST

IN WEDDING . BA R MITZVAH
CONFIRMATION AN.D PARTY

.

ACCESSOR I ES

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occasionally, they'll stay see-
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ZAN GILBERT

From LONDON, ENGLAND

MRS. NED HOPF•

MRS. MALVIN SCHUSTER

MRS. JOEL NITZKIN

Sharon Marsha Sedman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sedman of
Kipling Ave., Oak Park, became
the bride of Ned Harris Hoff in a
recent evening ceremony at Im-
perial Caterers. Rabbi Irving I.
Schnipper and Cantor Hyman Ad-
ler officiated.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam E. Hoff of W. Seven
Mile Rd.
Orchids and stephanotis adorned
the Bible carried by the bride. She
was gowned in silk organza, with
appliques of seed pearls and Ven-
ice lace on the bodice and bell-
shaped skirt. A double train with
an insert of matching lace accented
the gown, and she wore a circlet
of organza petals and seed pearls
on her head ,with an elbow-length
bouffant veil of silk illusion at-
tached.

Anita Joy Goldstein, daughter of
Mrs. Gusta L. Goldstein, of Hoover
Ave., Warren, and Malvin Joseph
Schuster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erich
Schuster of Erie, Pa., exchanged
marriage vows Sunday evening in
Temple Emanu-El. The bride is
the daughter of the late Mr. Her-
man L. Goldstein.
Rabbis Milton Rosenbaum and
Charles Rosenzveig officiated at
the double-ring ceremony, which
was followed by a dinner-dance re-
ception.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of silk linen by Galina. The
A-line skirt was trimmed with wire
Irish embroidery, bordered top
and bottom by scalloped Irish lace
which accented the Empire line
and matched a band of scalloped
lace on the short sleeves. A full,
chapel-length train edged with the
Irish embroidery fell from the
waistline.

At a recent candelight cere-
mony at Cong. Bnai David, Phyllis
Rosenberg and Dr. Joel Lee Nitz-
kin were united in marriage. Rabbi
Hayim Donin and Cantor Hyman
Adler officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore Rosenberg of
Glastonbury Rd., and the bride-
groom the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Nitzkin of Berkley Ave.,
Oak Park.

The bride chose Robin Sed-
man, her sister, as maid of hon-
or, and bridesmaids were Gayle
White, Marilyn Harper and Mrs.
Irene Wasserman. Joyce Sed-
man, another sister of the bride,
was junior bridesmaid, and Julie
Arbit was flower girl.

A silk linen band with match-
ing embroidered lace held her
shoulder-length French illusion
veil. She carried a prayer book
with a bouquet of Stephanotis,
ivy and orchids.

Allen Hoff, brother of the bride-
groom, was best man, and ushers
were Mel Rose, Dr. Max Robins,
Myron Sedman, brother of the
Marilyn Goldstein, sister of the
bride, Howard Wais and Steven bride, was maid of honor. Jean
Hoff. Ring bearer was Steven Ar- George of Port Huron, Aili Koro-
bit.
lainen, Barbara Schwartz and Mrs.
A honeymoon in Toronto fol- Stuart Karabeneck of Ann Arbor
lowed the ceremony. The couple were her attendants. The bride was
plans to live on Oneida Ave., Oak given in marriage by her uncle
Philip H. Drescher of Port Huron.
Park.
Milton Sender of Great Neck,
Shulman in Traffic Court Race L.I., was best man. Ushers w' re
Joseph Shulman, 1101 Lafayette Don and Allen Drescher, both of
Towers East, is a candidate for Port Huron, David Schaffer of
judge in the traffic and ordinance New York, Martin Sender of Erie
division of Recorders Court in the and Larry Cohen of Lansing.
Aug. 2 primary. He is not a can-
After a honeymoon trip to St.
didate for Recorders Court judge, Thomas in the Virgin Islands, the
as erroneously announced in last couple will reside at 23045 Kip-
week's paper.
ling, Oak Park.

MENU

The bride wore an Empire-
style gown of peau de soie,
which had a bodice of imported
Alencon lace and a fan-shaped
train. A pearl and crystal cir-
clet held a shoulder-length silk
illusion veil, and she carried
roses and Stephanotis on her
confirmation Bible.

Mrs. Marcia Magid was her sis-
ter's maid of honor, and the • rides-
maids were Mrs. Howard Droz,
Mrs. Charles Powers, Barbara Levy
and Shelley Nitzkin, junior brides-
maid. Donald Nitzkin served his
brother as best man and the ushers
were Dr. Lester Kalisher, Raymond
Katz, Robert Rockaway and Steven
Magid, junior usher.
After a wedding trip in the
South, the couple will reside in
Dallas.

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"Thank you for the kind invitation to your
husband's. Testimonial Dinner, Mrs. Nussbaum, but
fortunately HI be out of town that weekend!'

Sunday evening at Temple Is-
rael, Deena Robinson became the
bride of Steven Mark Greenberg.
The former Miss Robinson is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Robinson of Sherwood Dr., Hunt-
ington Woods.
Mr. Greenberg is the son of Mr.
Jerome Greenberg of New Jersey
and the late Mildred Rothenberg.
The bride wore a classically
styled gown of mousseline de soie
over crepe, combined with pointe
de Venise lace frosted with seed
pearls. The sleeveless Empire lace
bodice, designed with bateau de-
colletage, topped a slender mous-
seline de soie skirt scattered with
pointe de Venise flowers. From the
shoulder, a watteau train appliqued
with the lace flowers, drifted to a
brief sweep. Her short matching
lace mantilla was draped over a
silken cap, and she carried an old-
fashioned nosegay surrounded by
matching lace.

The bride was attended by
Sandra Berkowitz, Frankie Hut-
ton, Rosemary Leonard, Sara
Clock and Joanne Wilton. Her
matron of honor was Mrs. Gary
Drasin.

The bridegroom had Ronald
Stoneman, as his best man, and

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