Remember When. . .


…Women made and wore aprons.

…Wooden Bowls (not Cuisinarts) were used for chopping Jewish delicacies.

…Hats were worn to all meetings and synagogue services.

During World War II, hats of a different sort were worn by many Jewish women.

(In the days before Plexiglas and plaques)…Loving cups and ladles were given to female community leaders.

…Women wore pants only at dress-up parties.

…Pushkes were nailed into kitchen window frames.

…The St. Paul Winter Carnival was supported by every downtown store.