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September 24, 1935 - Image 11

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SEPTEMBER 21, 1935


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Many Faculty
Members Are
bean Rea Marries Miss
Marjorie Pettibone In
Erie, Pa.
White Speaks Rites
Nuptials Of Miss Irene
Field, M. G. Whittinglham
Are Solemnized
Of great interest to local society are
the announcements of te marriages
of several faculty members which
took place this summer.
The wedding of Walter B. Rea,
assistant dean of students, to Mar-
jory L. Pettibone was solemnized
early this summer in St. Paul's Epis-
copal church, Erie, Pa., with the Rev.
Francis B. Blodgett officiating.
Miss Pettibone chose for her wed-
ding a simple gown of aquamarine
blue. After the wedding Mr. and
Mrs. Rea left for a short trip through
the east, and are now at home in
Ann Arbor. Mrs. Rea is a graduate
of Wayne University, and has taught
in the Ann Arbor schools for several
Another wedding which took place
this summer was that of Mrs. Elsie
Marie Hauswald of Ann Arbor to
Prof. Albert Easton White, director
of the department of engineering re-
search. The ceremony took place in
the chapel of the First Methodist
Episcopal church in Evanston, Ill.
Dr. Aubrey S. Moore of Chicago per-
formed the ceremony.
The bride was attired in brown lace
accented with turquoise blue gros-
grain ribbon and wore a matching
turquoise blue hat. Her bouquet was
golden roses and blue delphinium.
Attends Mrs. Iauswald
Mrs. Hauswald was attended by
Mrs. Harold A. Speckman of Evans-
top, her sister-in-law, while Prof.
Arthur E. Norton of Harvard Uni-
versity attended Professor White as
best man.
After the wedding a breakfast was
served for the guests by Mrs. Harold
A. Speckman, the bride's mother and
Mrs. F. L. tounker of Evanston.
Professor and Mrs. White left for
a month's trip through the east, and
are now at home at 2110 Dorset Road.
Mrs. White attended Baldwin-Wal-
lace College at Berea, O., where her
father, the late Prof. Speckman was
a member of the faculty. She was
graduated from Northwestern Uni-
versity where she was affiliated with
Kappa Delta sorority. For the past
few years she has been the chaperone
of Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Miss Irene Field of the department
of physical education whose mar-
riage to Manfred Gould Whittingham
of Detroit, took place Friday, Sept.
20, chose the chapel, of the North
Woodward Congregational church in
Detroit for the scene of the ceremony.
The rites were solemnized at 4 p.m
with Dr. Charles Myers, pastor of the
church, officiating.
Wears White Scarf
The bride was given in marriage
by her father, George S. Field of
Collingwood Ave., Detroit. For her
wedding Miss Field selected a simple.
white peau d'ange lace gown, made
with a high neck and long pointed
sleeves, fulness was introduced at the
back of the skirt by godets. She
wore a cluster of white flowers acros
the back of her head with a narrow
white tulle band, and her flowers
were a sheaf of white roses.
Miss Field's only attendant was
Mrs. Clarence H. Joslin of Detroit,
who served as matron of honor. Her

gown was plum-colored moire silk,
with a closely fitting bodice and full
skirt. With it she wore a rose-colorer'
cape and matching flowers in hei
hair. Mrs. Joslin caried a sheaf of
Talisman roses.
For her * daughter's wedding Mrs.
Field chose a black velvet jacket frock
with a white satin blouse, a small
black hat and a shoulder 'corsage of
Mr. Whittingham was assisted by
J. A. Graves of Detroit as best man,
while Irving Field, the bride'; brother,
er, and Harry Whittingham were
Reception Follows
The ceremony was followed by a
reception at the Ingleside club for
the wedding guests. After the recep-
tion Mr. and Mrs. Whittingham left
for a motor trip through northern
Michigan, and will be at home after
Oct. 1 at 13221 Fourteenth St., De-
Both Mr. and Mrs. Whittingham
are graduates of the University. The
bridegroom took his degree in archi-
tecture in the college of engineering,
and did graduate work at Harvard
University. He was affiliated with
Theta Chi fraternity, while Mrs.
Whittingham was a member of Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma sorority.
The wedding of Miss Catherine C.
Dawson of Ann Arbor, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Dawson of Yaki-
ma, Wash., to Prof. Ralph Belknap
of the geology department was an-



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for the campus and Goodyear's have been inseparable for a. good many years.
Here are the clothes to go to class in... to travel in ... to shop in.. , to date
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Friendly tweeds, soft woolens, velveteens, corduroys, silky



satins, velvets, and lames: these are the things smart fashions are made of.
They're at their co-ed best in our College Shops, on the Campus, and in the Ready-
to-Wecir sections of our Downtown Store.
Skirts, sweaters, blouses, footwear, millinery, sports and dress frocks, coats and
suits, and the most glamourous evening things, all awaiting your approval. Also

everything you could wish for in costume accessories,



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You will find Goodyear's a very pleasant place to shop in, because you'll re-

ceive the same courteous attention and service as in

your own at-home store.

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--will help you"fix up" your
room to make it pleasant
and homey. A rug for the
floor, curtains for the win-
dows and slip-covers to
transform pieces of furni-
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Michigan League
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Come and see the dramatic
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