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August 23, 1968 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-23

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; 20—Friday, August 23, t968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Miss Harris, Dr. Wolfe
United at Adas Shalom

MRS. ROBERT WOLFE

Mary Jo Harris became the
bride of Dr. Robert R. Wolfe re-
cently at Adas Shalom Synagogue.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert L. Harris of
--Birchcrest Dr., and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Wolfe of Greenbriar Ave.,
Oak Park.
The bride's gown of peau de
soie featured short sleeves, a
wedding ring neckline and a
high-rise bodice appliqued in
garlands of hand-run Alencon
lace and pearls. Her floor-length
skirt fell into a chapel train. She
wore a headpiece of re-embroid-
- ered Alencon lace with seed
pearls and crystals forming a
Tipple-shaped dome crown.
Judith S. Harris was her sister's
maid of honor, Marilyn Wolfe, sis-
ter of the bridegroom, was brides-
maid.
Dr. Joseph Share was best man.
Ushers were Ira Harris, brother of
the bride, Michael Jaffe, Frederick
Steiner and Dr. Gerald Seller of
Berkley, Calif.
After a Cape Cod honeymoon,
Dr. and Mr. Wolfe are residing in
Troy.

--

GREENFIELD
NOODLES

A GOOD NAME

A GOOD PRODUCT

1

Miss Weingarten Weds Leah Davidson Leet, 98 Congraturate
Mrs. Leah Davidson Leet, a resi- is a life member of both organiza-
Dennis Roth of Brooklyn dent
of Borman Hall, Jewish home tions and attends meetings when-

,

Marnages

COLLIS-RUBENFAER: Edith
Tillie Rubenfaer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benny Rubenfaer of Ir-
vine Blvd., Oak Park, became the
bride Sunday of Ronald Collis, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Collis
of St. Petersburg, Fla. Rabbi Lei-
zer Levin officiated at the cere-
mony. Following a honeymoon trip
to Bermuda and the Bahamas, the
newlyweds will reside in Royal
Oak.
* * *
SILVER - LEVY: Joan Schiller
Levy and Alan Joel Silver recently
exchanged wedding vows at the
Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los
Angeles. Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin
officiated. The bride is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Stanley -Bergerman of
Los Angeles and Mr. William S.
Levy of Philadelphia. Mr. Silver is
MRS. DENNIS ROTH
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Donna
Weingarten, daughter of
Silver, former Detroiters, now of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weingarten
Los Angeles.
of Majestic Blvd., Oak Park, re-
centy became the bride of Dennis
Roth, son of Mr and Mrs. Albert
Roth of Brooklyn.
Rabbi Irwin Groner, Cantor
Jacob Sonenklar and Rev. Sidney
Rube officiated at the ceremony
held at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The bride's gown, of peau de
soie, had a high rise bodice, a
bracelet collar appliqued in Alen.
con lace and tiny pearls, with long
sleeves and a chapel-length train.
She wore a matching lace shoul-
der-length Camelot mantilla and
carried a cascade of orchids on
her confirmation Bible.
Shelly Shepherd served as maid
of honor. Mrs. Jerry Franklin,
Bonnie Cohen and Marcie Rosen-
blum were bridesmaids.
Stephen Roth was his brother's
best man. Ushers were Benson
Weingarten, brother of the bride,
Lloyd Haines and Allen Litcher.
Also participating in the cere-
mony were Mrs. Michael Shep-
MRS. ROBERT FRIEND
herd and Mr. Julius Liebowitz,
Lorraine Pearlman and Robert the couple's grandparents.
Friend were united in marriage
Other attendants were Dale
recently at the Raleigh House. Shepherd, Mindy Berlin, Wendy
Rabbi M. Robert Syme and Cantor Shepherd, Jan Berlin, Linda Ros-
Harold Orbach officiated.
enblum, Carol Rossin, Barbara
Following a Jamaican honey- Friedman, Howard Weingarten,
moon, the Friends will reside in Bruce Rosenblum, Charles Shep-
Chicago. -
herd, Mark Rossin, Bradley
The couple's parents are Mr. and Friendlander , and Marc Fried-
Mrs. Jack Pearlman - of Woodbine man.
Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Karl
After a motor trip to Canada and
Friend of Chicago.
New York, the newlyweds will live
The bride wore a floor-length in Ann Arbor.
gown of summer satin embroid-
ered with pearls and rhinestones
with a matching headpiece that Akiva Late Registration
held her illusion veil.
Takes. Place This Month
Adele Robins, sister of the bride,
Akiva Hebrew Day School will
was matron of honor. Brenda Ros-
enberg was bridesmaid and Karan accept late registrations for its
kindergarten and first grades dur-
Friend was junior bridesmaid.
Paul Friend served as his broth- ing the remainder of August.
Akiva begins its fifth year of
er's best man. Arnold Pearlman,
brother of the bride, was usher, operation Sept. 4. With the addi-
and Lance Robins was junior ush- tion of a ninth grade this fall, the
school will have a complete ele-
er. Alan Friend was ring bearer.
mentary and junior high school
The nearer the dawn the darker program. For information, call
Rabbi Manfred Pick, principal,
the night.—Longfellow
545-1060.

for the Agea, turned 98 Aug. 4, ever someone takes her. She also
with the congratulations of Presi- is a life member of the American
dent Johnson, Gov. Romney and Medical Center at Denver.
Senator Hart.
Because her birthday fell on
Tisha b'Av, the celebration was
held Aug. 11 at her daughter's
summer. home on Cass Lake.
Orchestra and Entertainment
In addition to eight children,
she has 21 grandchildren, 49 great-
grandchildren and five great-great-
grandchildren.
Together for the occasion were
PHOTOGRAPHY by
her children Morris Leet of Po,rt
Huron; Sara Raych of Buffalo,
BERNARD H.
Dora Ploshnich, Cecil Leet of New
York, Eva Mann of Los Angeles,
Gus Ward of Romeo, Ella Walters
and Honey Magid.
Luncheons in her honor were
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