Tell us about this photograph! Where was this picture taken? Who is in the photo?
The young woman is Sandy; there is also a picture of her at a New Years Eve Party displayed at Emmaus House. She was a regular attendee at Sunday chapel, wearing a large Star of David.
It is true that Sandy who is Jewish did attend church for quite a while. However, when I was around, if she wore the Star of David it was not in a demonstrative or noticeable manner.
Hi Charlotta & Ned. I think the “Sandy” you are referring to is me, but that is not me in the photo. There was another Sandy around EH before I came, but I never met her so can’t tell you if she is the one in the photo. I was there when Charlotta first arrived on the scene from Denmark, so I don’t think you’d be thinking of the other Sandy.
I did have a Mogen David (Star of David) that I wore for a few years. I saw it at Davidson’s Dept. store and thought it was very pretty. Gold charms were in style then, so I wore it more as a piece of jewelry that I liked, not to advertise that I am Jewish. And yes, as a member of the Emmaus House community, I did attend church there.
But the mystery of the identity of the woman in the photos still stands.
The girl in the front of the photo is Jennifer Hocking (Wiley).
The handsome males under the Emmaus House banner are from left to right : Paul Thim, George Wiley, Gardner Neely.
Those are all the names I am sure of.
Oh, I see the names are noted on the bottom of the photo.
Perhaps George Wiley will remember if that is Joyce holding the banner.
And is that Willie in the front?
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