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March 27, 1992 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-27

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ou just broke a fingernail.

Your landlord wants to break your lease.

Your mother just won't give you a break.

But the new spring fashions are in at Somerset.

You can cope.

Klueger-Shelton

Tracey Fae Klueger and
Lieutenant Paul Allen
Shelton were recently mar-
ried at the Townsend Hotel.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme
officiated.
Tracey is the daughter of
Herb and Ruth Klueger of
Farmington Hills. Paul is the
son of John and Linda
Shelton of Tucson, Ariz.
Danielle Hersh was the
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Debra Klueger, the
bride's sister, and Kimberly
Zide.
Jerry Allison was the best
man. Ushers were Jeffrey
Klueger, the bride's brother,

Lieutenant Robert Knapik
and Lieutenant Edward
Bachl.
Also participating in the
ceremony was the bride's
grandmother, Flora Kleuger
of Southfield.
Tracey holds a Bachelor of
Arts degree in political
science from the University of
Arizona and plans to attend
law school. Paul received a
Bachelor of Arts degree in
political science from the
University of Arizona and is
serving in the United States
Air Force as a navigator.
The happy couple are
residing in Tucson, Ariz.

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Rosenberg of Waterford,
Conn., and Cantor Nancy
Ginsberg of Wynnewood, Pa.,
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Amy is the daughter of Vera
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Lauderdale. Allen is the son
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Bridesmaids included Shari
Enfield, sister of the groom,
Beth Rothenstein and Gail
Bassett as maid of honor.
Groomsmen included Mark

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brother of the bride, and Joel
Colman as best man.
Also participating in the
ceremony as ring bearer was
the groom's cousin from
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Caryn Rothenstein, the
bride's niece, was the flower
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The couple are residing in
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