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November 10, 1995 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-10

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Nationally recognized Interior
Designer, Eve Garvin, returns to the
Detroit-Metropolitan area.


Professional design and creative
services spanning 30 years, encompass-
ing Detroit, Los Angeles, Sarasota, and
Palm Beach, Fla.

* "A designer's designer ... her (Garvin's) work is
an irresistible blend of timeless design and livable
— Los Angeles Times

* "Each house reflects the client"
— Beverly Hills News

* "Panache without the pretense"
— Sarasota Herald Tribune
(New York Times affiliate)

* "Charming livability is her signature"
— Detroit Free Press

* Her work has been featured in House Beautiful
and Sun Sentinel, Palm Beach, Fla. HerDesign-
ing Ways column appeared for many years in the
Observer & Eccentric and was also a feature in
the Beverly Hills News, Calif.

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Occasion 6pecial


Mr. and Mrs. Irwin L. Elson of
Bloomfield Hills are delighted to
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Robyn, to
Michael Jacobson, son of Osman
and Jane Jacobson of Hunting-
ton Woods.
Robyn received her bachelor
of science degree from the Uni-
versity of Arizona and a master's
of business degree from Michi-

gan State University. She is em-
ployed at the Solomon Freidman
Advertising Agency.
Mike received his bachelor of
arts and science degree from the
University of Colorado and a ju-
ris doctor degree from the Detroit
College of Law. He is an associ-
ate with the law firm of Hertz,
Schram and Saretsky.
A January wedding is planned.


Bar/Bat Mitzphas, Weddings or any Special Occasion, Market Street
Florist has the years of experience to make your event a success.

Featuring Our In-Home Service To Discuss All Your
Party Rental and Floral Needs.

■ Iarket street Florist

No Longer On Northweotem Hwy But Still Providing The Same Great Service

Laurel Park Place, Livonia, MI

(313) 464-3330


• Registered Electrologists •

Come and let us remove your unwanted hair problem and improve your appearance.

Near 12 Mile Rd. bet. Evergreen & Southfield


559-1969 Appt. Only. Ask For Shirlee or Debby


B • Screen
• Special Effects
• Lighting
G • Excitement

313'• 934 • 3305

Eileen Jill Aidem and Stuart Lee
Sherman were recently married
at Congregation Beth Achim.
Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz, Can-
tor Max Shimansky and Rev-
erend Joseph Baras officiated.
Escorting their children to the
chupah were Harvey and Elaine
Aidem and Donald and Joyce
Susan Aidem Greenblatt, sis-
ter of the bride, was matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Karen
Sherbin, JessicaFrankel, Harri-
et Sherman and Jodi Galparin.

Emily Sherbin and Shelby Hout-
tekier were flower girls.
Loren Sherman, brother of the
groom, was the best man.
Groomsmen were Bryan Aidem,
Phillip Greenblatt, Frank Hout-
tekier, Scott Oster and Howard
Also participating in the cer-
emony were very special grand-
parents, Louis and Fanny Kline,
Toby Fisher and Iry and Esther
Eileen and Stuart honey-
mooned in Hawaii. ,

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