8 22 1910 Wash Post wedding announcement that ties Millers and Sacks families
,ot Prof. Cook, ashore was last re\ the water was a of F. of Cov Prof, from which he grad- spent in Ktudy In the unl- i R h , Oxford, and Hei( 1891, and bis companions to do but to take It. FILL TWO SYNAGOGUES Gala Time at Wedding^ in Jewish Colony. a WINE GLASSES SHATTERED Miss Rose Bennett Married to Robert Luber, of This City, and Miss Lena Sacks Weds Louis Katiin, of Annapolis--Friends of Both Couples Flock to Receptions After Ceremonies. Two of the largest Hebrew weddings of the season, in the same neighborhood, or on]y a (ew minutes apart, interested thereafter was ' , , Rug8 i an col ony yesterday. One two of and Enid, ac- left oon- England. ** Synagogue, Sixth and I streets northwest, and the other followed closely at the Above Sholem Synagogue, at Fifth j and I streets northwest. Thfee of the four contracting parties are well known in this city, and both edifices were filled to the doors. The principals in the nrst wedding were Robert Luber, proprietor of a barber Inn, he roof him he to ard her was had their | ^^ anfl M , Bg Ro8e Bennettp daughter Cook t h o i o f Louis Bennett, of 53 New in French and Span-I northeast Those in the a tour of i Katzln, an Annapolis merchant, Lena Sacks, daughter of Morris Sacks, a Four-and-a-half street af Bon- In 200 mem- southwest. Rabbi Silverstone, of the Above Sholem Congregation, officiated at both weddings. Motor to Synagogue. bride and bridegroom in the Ben- I nett wedding, all their attendants, and one of the ' members of their families whizzed lialtimoro. | the house to the church In brought which lined up against the curb the morntnt; and taken entire length of the square. (5eorge F t c d | a train of attendants, Mr. Luber and Miss Bennett entered the synagogue to h a v e yet to the wedding march from w i l l he in Har- | Bride and bridegroom a canopy of white lace. Rabbi Silverstone, Â· after pronouncing the couple man and wife, exhorted them earnestly and eloquently. This done, he passed the glass of wine to both and! handed the empty goblet to Sexton Miller. He dropped it on the floor in front of the bridegroom, and the latter stamped on it. breaking it in fragments. A reception and supper followed at the Carroll Institute. Strictly Orthodox. Ceremony No. 2 was equally as elaborate as the flrst and strictly Orthodox. The synagogue was thronged. When the wedding party had gathered on the platform Rabbi Abraham Leibsohn chanted a prayer, also the orthodox marriage vows. Rabbi Silverstone pronounced the benediction, and the custom of breaking the wineglass was followed. The wedding party went in carriages from the synagogue to National Rifles Armory, where a reception took place. Mr. and Mrs. Katzln left afterward for Annapolis, where they will make their home. Mrs. Bennett was attended by Misses Sadie Hyken, Pansy Cozlin, and Celia Cozlin. as bridesmaids, and by Miss Miriam Hyken as maid of honor. The ushers were Julius Richards, Morris Levy, and Morris Roglnsky. Mrs. Katzin's maid of honor was Miss Rebecca Krupsaw, and- her bridesmaids Misses Blanche Katzln, sister of the bridegroom: Lftlian Miller, Bessie Levin, of Baltimore, and Ella Sacks, sister of the bride. The ushers were Morris Miller, Frank Sacks, brother of the bride; Abraham Miller, W. M. Sacks, another brother of the bride, and Morris Hals. organizations o f Wash- committees Imhof; Vet- Relth: ; Ar- Eraun; Vei Bauer. Suablan Herman Relief As- Lerch, Platti "Weigman; Col Bund. No. SI. Relief Relief TreJssner; 1, V A. O. D., Butchers' William Saengerbund. No. 2. O. Sterzen; Brlnck, Wash- e i n . 11 P Rlcken- chief.