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In this congenial group were: front row - Helen McCarthy, Walter Lou, Shirley Lox and Ed Brit; back row - Ed. Westennan, Eleanor Stein, Roselle Shapero and Bob D' Alessandro; Photo from The Delaware County Advocate, June 1942

(Above) In this congenial group were: front row - Helen McCarthy, Walter Lou, Shirley Lox and Ed Brit; back row - Ed. Westennan, Eleanor Stein, Roselle Shapero and Bob D' Alessandro

The Youth Council of Ohev Sholorn Synagogue Center played host to 91 young men of Uncle Sam's armed forces recently. The number included groups from various posts in Philadelphia, from Marcus Hook and from Fort Dix. Selections were made by the U. S. O. and transportation furnished. Games, dancing and plenty of food kept the boys happy.

Sailor B. L. Kanarek and soldier Irvin Busch joined forces for a friendly blitz on Sylvia Nathan and Shirley Rothberg. Photo from The Delaware County Advocate, June 1942


(Above) Sailor B. L. Kanarek and soldier Irvin Busch joined forces for a friendly blitz on Sylvia Nathan and Shirley Rothberg.

(Below) Following the leader in La Conga was good exercise


From The Delaware County Advocate - June 1942
Thanks to Harvey S. Martin

 

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