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March 24, 1989 - Image 86

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-24

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I ENGAGEMENTS I

DISTINCTIVE
GIFTS &
ACCESSORIES

Music Boxes

Dolls

Crystal

Sculptures

Bears

Jewelled
Ties
Pins
Bracelets

UP
TO

Earrings

50

OFF

Nostalgia
Collection

Silk Flowers

Vases

Picture
Frames

Picture
Albums

Joel Woolf and Penny Morros

Morros-Woolf

Pillows

Neon Clocks

and so
much more.

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morros of
Southfield are pleased to an-
nounce the engagement of
their daugher, Penny Ann, to
Joel Harris Woolf, son of Mr.
Louis Woolf of Fountain
Valley, Calif., and the late
Idelle Woolf.
Penny
received
her
Bachelor of Arts degree in
sociology and psychology and
her Master of Business Ad-
ministration degree in
finance from the University of

Michigan. She is employed as
a senior financial analyst
with Unisys Corp. in
Southern California.

Joel received his Bachelor
of Arts degree in biology from
the University of California
at Irvine and his Master of
Business Administration
degree from National Univer-
sity. He is employed as an ac-
count specialist with Chemi-
cal Waste Management.

I WEDDINGS

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I

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and

REHEARSAL
COORDINATOR

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Flowers, Decor
Table Settings
Complete Planning

Please call:
ANDREA SOLOMON
626-3421

James and Deborah Spira

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• Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
• Portraits
• Special Events

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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1989

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354.6060

Spira-Karlinsky

Deborah Sue Karlinsky and
James Mitchell Spira were
recently married at the
Westin Hotel in Chicago.
Rabbi Joel Lehrfield
officiated.
The bride, daughter of Vi-
vian and Arnold Karlinsky of
Southfield, is a graduate of
Eastern Michigan University.
The bridegroom, on of Robert
Spira of Manhattan and the
late Nancy Spira, is a gradu-
ate of Indiana University. He
is a CPA and is attending
Loyola Law School in
Chicago.
The maid of honor was

Ellen Lipsky. Bridesmaids
were Leslie Spira sister of the
bridegroom, Francine Kap-
lan, Liz Levine, Inga Dix and
Paula Boyer of Atlanta, Ga.
The best man was Robert
Engstrom. Ushers were Paul
Karlinsky and Neal Karlin-
sky, brothers of the bride, and
Dan Callen, Alan Avcioglu,
Robert Gardner and Tod
Bokelman. Jeremy Froy of
Marrietta, Ga., was ring
bearer.
Following a honeymoon in
Kaui and Maui, the couple
are residing in Glenview.

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