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December 13, 1974 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH

38—Friday, Dec. 13, 1974

NEWS

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Sharon Kay to Wed Ruth Trunsky Weds.'
Bennett]: Schwartz Bruce B. Aaronson

MISS SHARON KAY

MRS. AARONSON

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kay of
Kenwyck Dr., Southfield, •n-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter Sharon Gail to
Bennett Jay Schwartz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Schwartz of Independence
Dr., Southfield.
Miss Kay attended Oakland -
Communitii Coll e g e and
Wayne State University. Her.
fiance was graduated from
Michigan State Univergity
with a degree in hotel and
restaurant management.
An April wedding
planned.

Ruth Debra Trunsky be-
came the bride of Bruce
Barry Aaronson in a recent
ceremony at Temple Israel.
Rabbis M. Robert Syme,
Harold Loss and Leon Frain,
assisted by Cantor Harold
Orbach, officiated.
The -bride i the daughter
of Mr. -and Mrs. Leonard
Trunsky of Northfield Rd.,
West Bloomfield. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. —and
Mrs. Max Aaronson of Sen-
eca Ave.. Oak Park.
The bride wore a silk peau
de soie and lace gown, and
carried h e r confirmation
Bible.
Mrs. Milton Dzodin was her
sister's - matron of_honor.
Bridesmaids were Donna
Trunsky, sister of the bride
and maid of honor; and Anne-
Brogan. Hilary Dzodin was
flower girl.
Arthur Aaronson was_ his
brother's best man. Ushers
Were Roger Trunsky, Milton
Dzodin and Milton Yee.
Following a Europe an
honeymoon, the couple will
live Vin Ferndale.

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Criterion Club fdr single
adults , will . haVe its annual
Hamika party 'and dunce
p.m: Saturday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
Johnny "C" and his or-
chestra will provide the mu-
sic for dancing. Traditional
refreshments will be served
by club hostesses following
the ceremonial lighting of the
menora during the dance in-
termission. President Betty
Weinberg invites the , public.
Reservations, meanwhile,
for the club's New Years Eve
party at Cong. Beth Achim,
have been closed.
For information;—call Ms.
Weinberg; 599-5175, or Sylvia
Bruch, 545-1108.

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The Jewish F am i l y and
Children's Service volunteer
comm iA t e e is distributing
bookmarks throughout th e
Oak Park and Southfield
area as part of its campaign
to enlist new volunteers for
the agency.
Volunteer assignments in-
clude senior citizens' advo-
cates, big brothers or sisters
and "friendly visitors" to
shut-ins.
Persons interested in volun-
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Dombey • at the JFCS, 341-
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