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Mrs. Murray Miller and Fred Grossman with Art for Beth Israel Sisterhood Art Auction, December 1972

Mrs. Murray Miller and Fred Grossman with Art for Beth Israel Sisterhood Art Auction, December 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 2, 1972
Caption
Beth Israel Art Auction Dec. 10 Signed lithographs, etchings, oil paintings and sculpture will be featured at a fundraising art auction and exhibit planned Dec. 10 and sponsored by the Beth Israel Sisterhood. Mrs. Murray Miller, chairman of the auction, looks over some of the work with Fred Grossman of the Gallery Art Center in Berkeley which will exhibit and auction the selection ranging in price from $5 to $1,000 in the Hillel-Beth Israel Building, 1420 Hill St. The auction, which will begin at 8 p.m., will feature work of artists such as Soyer, Hibel, Basking, Miro, Dali, Boulanger and Mercier. There is a one-dollar admission fee.

Elizabeth and Rose Marie Cohen Sew Ties for Beth Israel Sisterhood Bazaar, October 1971

Elizabeth and Rose Marie Cohen Sew Ties for Beth Israel Sisterhood Bazaar, October 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1971
Caption
Bazaar Work Keeps 'Em Busy The fact that sleigh bells and holly are weeks away hasn't stopped area women from planning traditional bazaars and holiday sales. In the picture at the left, members of Westminster Presbyterian Church select apples and cider for the annual church bazaar. A tub of polished apples, "handpicked" by. from the left, Mrs. Bruce Welch, Mrs. William Dowling and Mrs. Rankin Swan, will be featured at the country store. In addition, items ranging from baked goods to antiques to books to novelties will be available. In the picture above, Elizabeth, left, and Rose Marie Cohen put the finishing touches on a group of especially handsome handmade ties which will be sold at the Beth Israel Sisterhood bazaar. Foods, baked goods, handcrafted jewelry, pottery, Chanukah decorations and other items also will be featured, as well as a booth of white elephant "treasures."

Beth Israel Art Auction, March 1970

Beth Israel Art Auction,  March 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 8, 1970
Caption
Art Works Auction Mrs. Murray H. Miller, left, and Mrs. Charles A. Rosenblatt preview some of the works of art which will be presented Sunday by Fred Grossman, right, at the Art Auction sponsored by the Beth Israel Sisterhood. Activities will begin at 6 p.m. with a champagne preview at the Hillel Foundation social hall, 1429 Hill. The auction will begin at 8 p.m. Mr. Grossman, who is holding a Miro print, is with the Internationale Galerie of Arts in Berkeley. The event is open to the public, and tickets may be purchased at Shipman's Children's Clothing in Arborland, Wagner's Clothing Store, Gross Lighting Center and at the door. Mrs. Paul Meisel, Art Auction chairman, may be contacted for further information.

Beth Israel Sisterhood Prepares for Bazaar, November 1969

Beth Israel Sisterhood Prepares for Bazaar, November 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 19, 1969
Caption
Bazaar Plants Readied Preparing for the Beth Israel Sisterhood's annual bazaar to be held Sunday between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. are, from the left, Mrs. William H. Jolly, Mrs. Morris J. Richman and Mrs. Jens U. Pedersen. Handmade gift items, toys, antiques, house plants, and homemade baked goods will be featured at the sale. Also available will be a selection from the work of local artisans. Demonstrations in candle-making and decoupage will be offered by members of the Sisterhood. The bazaar, which is open to the public, will be held in the congregation's Social Hall, 1429 Hill.

Beth Israel Hebrew School, August 1969

Beth Israel Hebrew School, August 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 9, 1969
Caption
Hebrew Can Be Fun Beth Israel Congregation is sponsoring its third summer Hebrew Play School for children ages 3 to 8. This is the last week of the school for this summer, and children are putting the finishing touches of their school activities. Learning Hebrew by pictures and blocks is a fun method for these children. They are, at the table, Pesach Geffen, Ori Kopelman, Moshe Zand and, in rear, David Reif, and Mrs. Raoul Kopelman. The goals of the school are to present the Hebrew language and the values and ideals of Judaism for pre-schoolers. These children learn to read and write Hebrew.

Beth Israel Sisterhood Plans Holiday Bazaar, December 1967

Beth Israel Sisterhood Plans Holiday Bazaar, December 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1967
Caption
Busy With Bazaar Members of Beth Israel Sisterhood arrange objects they will feature at their holiday bazaar Sunday. Mrs. Ernest Fontheim (left) watches Mrs. Lawrence Sperling hang a print for display. Mrs. Sperling is chairman of the art fair. Mrs. Jack Fagin, chairman of the book stall, flips through a Nancy Drew mystery. She leans on a ceramic jug which also will be offered at the bazaar's art fair.

Beth Israel Sisterhood Plans Fund Drive For Jewish Seminary in New York, March 1967

Beth Israel Sisterhood Plans Fund Drive For Jewish Seminary in New York, March 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 8, 1967
Caption
Plans For Fund Drive The Beth Israel Sisterhood 12:30 p.m. luncheon Thursday will benefit the Mathilde Schecter Residence Hall being built at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Looking at a blueprint of the residence hall and a model of the seminary constructed of canister collection boxes are (left to right) Mrs. Murray H. Miller, Rabbi Harold S. White and Mrs. Herbert Amster. The event will be at Mrs. Amster's home.

Beth Israel Sisterhood Plans Bazaar, November 1966

Beth Israel Sisterhood Plans Bazaar, November 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1966
Caption
Practicing At Fish Pond One of the features of the annual bazaar sponsored by Beth Israel Congregation's Sisterhood is the fish pond booth. Getting some practice and hoping to capture a good "fish" are Mark Richman, Barry Margolis and Steve Richman (left to right). The bazaar will be held from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday.

Rabbi Harold S. White explains Holy Days to Ann, Michael, and Gene Sperling, September 1966

Rabbi Harold S. White explains Holy Days to Ann, Michael, and Gene Sperling, September 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1966
Caption
Holy Days Rabbi Harold S. White of Beth Israel Congregation demonstrates the art of blowing the shofar (ram's horn) to three young members of his congregation: Ann Sperling, 5, and her brothers, Michael, 10, and Gene, 7, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sperling, 2563 Esch. Shown are the Ark and Torahs (scrolls of the law) with their crowns and breastplates which are used un the high holiday rituals.

Harold S. White Teachers Beth Israel Nursery School Children About Yom Kippur, September 1965

Harold S. White Teachers Beth Israel Nursery School Children About Yom Kippur, September 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 24, 1965
Caption
Learn of Holy Days Beth Israel Nursery School children watch Rabbi Harold S. White blow the shofar (ram's horn) used in High Holy Day services at the synagogue. The girls are (left to right) Anna Burton, Joanne Cohn and Dorothy Farber, and the boys (left to right) David Lawson, Mark Friedman and Teddy Spears.