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Randy Fagin and Jane Freedman Dressed Up To Celebrate Purim, February 1953

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Ann Arbor News, February 28, 1953
Caption
All dressed up for the Purim festival at 2 p.m, tomorrow at Beth Israel Community Center are Randy Fagin, 4 1/2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Fagin of 514 N. Seventh St. and Jane Freedman, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Freedman of Maple Ridge. Jane represents the Biblical Queen Esther, who helped deliver the Jews from a plot to exterminate them, and Randy is costumed as the king. Purim means "lots" which we cast to set the extermination day. A joyous holiday of deliverance, the Sunday school celebration tomorrow will include carnival booths with games and refreshments.
Month
February
Year
1953
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