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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - September 2, 1955, Indianapolis, IndianaThe National jewish Post Howard Blieden to wed in Cincinnati ceremony Friday september 2, 1955 or. And mrs. Michael Schwartz of Cincinnati have announced the engagement and wedding plans of their daughter Faye Schwartz and Howard Blieden son of or. And mrs. Joseph Blieden 5027 n. Capitol ave. The wedding will be held at the alms hotel in Cincinnati at 6 . Sunday sept. 4. The couple will leave for the honeymoon immediately after the ceremony. Their new residence will be in the Meadows apartments. from Indianapolis who will attend the wedding will be or. And mrs. Joseph Blieden the bridegrooms parents messes. And Mes. Ben Blieden Milton Blieden Myron Kasle Louis Zlotnick and Harry Koor and son Marty mrs. Dora Danheiser or. And mrs. M. M. Manalan and or. Bernie Herron. The nut shop a entertaining a for parties bar Mitzvah. Weddings etc., nuts Rich in flavor and cooked fresh Fine with fruit punch and soft drinks. Our nuts Are cooked hourly by experienced help.10 n. Illinois bldg. A a a Ireal estate a insurance rental collections surety Bonds a Loans w. Lawrence Sexton realtor 7 0? Peoples Bank building Melrose 2-2384 nem car Loans 00 per $100 per year lowest rates in cite no commissions no service charge up to 24 months time to pay jewish Community credit Union 435 Lemcke building me Irose 1-5436�?ta-8457 ask four grocer for krafts Rye baked on the Hearth and Flavoured with crushed Caraway seeds delicious krafts 915 s. Meridian st South Side baking co. Me 2-8306 for every a Psi Mcllan de luxe cakes beautifully decorated. Also fancy butter cookies egg Cholly and twisted Rolls. Open sundays and n1tes to i Jive 917 s. Meridian 657 e. 38th Street cake and pastry shops me 2-8306 ta-4615 the Post recommends a. Or it _ these Fine eating pc ices f Melody g Jerry Tamler and Jolly Roger Welcome you to Melody gardens the finest in food liquor entertainment 6440 Winthrop by Oadway-0083 Rene s French restaurant air conditioned a special ties French onion soup duckling a la a Orange steaks amp chops French Fried Chicken banquet facilities try Renews own famous Salan dressing a private parties open 11 am to 9 pm closed mondays pe-9416 5244 w Wash Cor Lyndhurst or Chet s drive in where you con enjoy your food in pleasant surroundings Quot speedy curb service 1429 w. 30th a 5-3792 Good eating is Good health mandarin inn chinese and american foods open 11 a. M. To midnite a daily and sunday a chop sue put up to take Home air conditioned 38th and Coll be Walnut 3 0334 Chung air conditioned lantern room chinese american restaurant orders to take out open every Day including sundays and holidays prom 11 . To 10 . 3766 68 North Meridian Street Walnut 5-9700 the Wilbur Shaw a cd m yep Mont amp Pennsylvania streets in the Essex House delicious phone me Irose 4-6601 lunches from 85c dinners from $1.95 birth Wendy Jane capes key a daughter Wendy Jane was bom to or. And mrs. Joseph n. Careskey 206 n. Arden dr., at Coleman Hospital on aug. 18. Greenfeld to officiate miss Koor to wed Milton s Isaacson miss Joan Ann Korf daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Lynn Cassen married to Leonard a. Goddy the Westchester county club was the scene of a double ring wedding ceremony on wednesday aug. 24, when miss Lynn Frances Cassen daughter of or. And mrs. Manuel Cassen 9449 Michigan rd., and Leonard Alan Goddy son of or. And mrs. A. J. Goddy of Pittsburgh were married. Rabbi Maurice Goldblatt officiated. Miss Gail Cassen the brides 9 sister was bridesmaid and the misses Susan and Isabel Cassen two other Sisters were Junior bridesmaids. Morton Coleman of Pittsburgh was Best Man and Irwin Reisberg and Stephen Klein seated the guests. After a reception at the club the couple left for Chicago. The Bride is a graduate of Indiana University and a member of Sigma Delta Tau and i Lambda Theta sororities. The bridegroom was graduated from Washington and Jefferson College and is now a student at the University of Louisville school of Medicine. He is a member of Phi Epsilon i and Phi Delta Epsilon fraternities. Falender Herman rites held at Westchester miss Phyllis Falender daughter of or. And mrs. David fal Ender of Anderson was married to Stanley Carl Herman son of or. And mrs. Sidney her Man 5256 n. Illinois st., at the Westchester country club at 8 . Suh Clay aug. 28. Rabbi William Greenfeld and Cantor Myro Glass officiated. The Bride was attended by her sister in Law mrs. Stanford Falender of Anderson As Matron of Honor and the bridegrooms sister miss Caroline maid of Honor. The misses Lois Plank Shirley Prince and Sandy Zimmerman of Muncie were bridesmaids or. Herman a Best Man was his brother Melvin b. Herman. Messes. Ronald Mora of Chicago the brides brother Stanford Falender of Anderson Warren Blumenfeld of East Chicago Alan Bomstein of Louisville and Jerry Brodsky seated the guests. Stephen Falender was ring bearer. A reception followed the ceremony after which the couple left for Miami. They will reside in Indianapolis. Miss Falender attended Indiana University and or. Herman is attending Indiana University medical school. Many parties were Given for the Bride to be. A miscellaneous Shower was Given by Mes. Leon Glazier Stanford Falender Eugene Kramer Morris Rossen and Joseph Simpson and a luncheon and miscellaneous Shower was Given at the Marott hotel by Mes. Frances Krieger de Rosenberg Saul Herman and Abe Brodsky. The misses Carolyn Herman. Jeanne Herman Pauline Nelson Lois Plank and Gloria Levy entertained with a personal Shower at the Hawthorne Flower Guild sets first fall meeting the Temple sisterhood Flower Guild will hold its opening fall meeting from 9 30 . To 3 . Thursday sept. 8. At the White Cross service Center 1701 Boulevard i. Mrs. Harry Sering president of the group said that plans for the coming season will be discussed. The Guild is affiliated with the White Cross Guild of the methodist Hospital. It meets on the second thursday of each month. Room and mrs. Fred Falender entertained with a luncheon at the Home of her Mother mrs. Boris Newmark 830 Kessler blvd. Also or. And mrs. Sidney Herman entertained for their son and his Bride the bridal party and out of town guests with a dinner party on saturday evening the night before the wedding. Koor 60 e. Kessler blvd., will be married to Milton s. Isaacson son of or. And mrs. Max Isaacson of Dayton at the Antlers hotel at 5 30 . Sunday sept. 4. Flabbi William Greenfeld and Cantor Myro Glass will officiate. The bridegrooms sister mrs. Robert Stein of Dayton will be Matron of Honor and miss Joan Cassell will be maid of Honor. The misses Elaine Bassler and Carol Shamberg and mrs. Sheldon Breskow of Evansville will be bridesmaids. Or. Isaacson a Best Man will be his brother Howard Isaacson of Dayton. Seating the guests will be the brides brother Robert Koor of Indianapolis it. Allen Berg of Washington d. C., and Harold Rice or. And Stephen Jaffe both of Dayton. A reception and dinner will follow the ceremony after which the couple will leave for Miami Beach. They will reside in Dayton. Miss Koor completed her Sophomore year at Ohio state University where she was a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. Or. Isaacson was graduated from the Ohio state University school of engineering last june. He is a member of Sigma Alpha my fraternity. A bridal dinner will be Given by the bridegrooms parents at Hollyhock inn on saturday evening sept. 3. Crispy Crunchy and Brittle fone adjective would have been enough probably but we wanted to emphasize our salads and their care. A take the Garden vegetables that come in daily scrub them scrupulously cover with crushed ice not water and hold till you order your particular salad and then Cut and arrange in cold bowls or plates and you have the essence of a masterpiece of Good eating. Incidentally All dressings Are custom made in our kitchens to add variety to your tastes it s the Little things that count where Meridian crosses 28th Street restaurant a Delicatessen a bar. Complete catering service food service equipment and supplies free parking in our own lot drive South on new Jersey for restaurants hotels clubs hospitals a churches schools institutions and Industrial plants Kitchen equipment. Tableware a and furniture a visit our display room National China amp equipment corp. 502 Massachusetts ave. Corner new Jersey pros from the Murat phone Melrose 5-3564
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