SEPTEMBER 24, 1935
THE MICHIGAN .DAILY
Betrothed Devise Clever
Ways To Inform Guests
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Bailey will live at Cambridge, wherE
Bailey attends the Harvard Business
School. The former Miss Poat i=
affiliated with Collegiate Sorosis and
several speech societies.
The marriage of Joan Elizabetl
Camp, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Car.
Dudley Camp, and Charles Edwarc
DeBaker, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
DeBaker, was an August one.
Miss Camp is a graduate of Hath-
away-Brown School in Cleveland and
the University. Mr. DeBaker, captain
of the track team and Varsity foot-
ball player in 1933, is a member of
Alpha Sigma Phi, Michigamua, and
Three other prominent Ann Arbor
girls - Evelyn Neilson, Harriet Hunt
and Frances Bury - were married at
the same hour, 4 p.m., Saturday, Aug.
31. Miss Neilson, daughter of Mrs.
Jesse D. Neilson, spoke her vows be-
fore the fireplace in the Barton Hills
Country Club, with the Rev. Theodore
Schmale officiating. Her husband,
Robert M. Cooper, is the son of Mrs.
Robert J. Cooper, Philadelphia. Ned
Galloway acted as best man.
Only immediate relatives witnessed
the ceremony uniting Miss - Bury,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
A. Bury, and Amos Smith, son of the
late Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith, De-
troit. The wedding was followed by a
Harriet Hunt, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ormond E. Hunt, and Charles
Wallace Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Graham, were married at the
Hunt summer home at Lake Angelus.
Her sisters, Virginia and Agnes, as-
sisted her. Al Newman was best man.
Beta Phi sorority.
A gown of shell pink peau d'ange
lace with waist length jacket, cape
sleeves, and Peter Pan collar was worn
by Lenore Maxine LeGendre, '34,
when she became the bride of Lloyd
N. Cody, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
E. Cody, Ann Arbor.. The wedding
was held at the home of the bride's
parents in Laurium.
The League Chapel was the scene
of several weddings during the sum-
mer months. Catherine Bridge,
daughter of Mr. Edward Bridge, Ann
Arbor, and Josiah Warren Potter, son
Law School, is affiliated with Pi
Kappa Alpha fraternity.
Stanley Fay, quarterback and cap-
tain of the 1933 football team, will
marry Miss Margaret Howes, daugh-
ter' of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Howes,
Detroit, at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 3
in Central Woodward Christian
Church in Detroit, with Rev. Edgar
DeWitt Jones officiating. Fay is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fay,
Miss Howes attended Wittenberg
college at Springfield, O., and Mary-
grove college, Detroit. Fay is affil-
iated with Alpha Sigma Phi fra-
Another prominent athlete, Rich-
ard Degener, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Degener, plighted his troth this sum-
mer. His fiancee Eileen Bowman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Bowman, attended the Laurel School
in Cleveland and Ohio State Univer-
sity where she is affiliated with Pi
Degener Is Diving Star
Degener is renowned as a diver,
having won several national cham-
pionships. He is a member of Chi
An engagement coming as a com-
plete surprise to her friends was that
of Josephine McCausey, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. W. Mc-
Causey, Detroit, to Sylvester F. Leahy,
son of Mrs. L. J. Leahy, Alma. The
troth was revealed in the table dec-
orations at a bridge-luncheon at the
home of her parents.
4 The table centerpiece was a minia-
ture cardboard house, backed with
white roses and baby's breath to
carry out a green and white color
The betrothal of Sally Place to
Howard Augustus McCamy, Jr., Mid-
dlesboro, Ky., was announced by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrington
Place, Detroit and Blissfield.
After graduating with special hon-
ors from the School of Music, Miss
Place acted as musical director of the
Lincoln Memorial University, Harro-
Mrs. Harry Bacher announced the
engagement of her neice, Miss Mar-
guerite Fox, to Clarene William
H aas, Chicago, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Haas, Gary, Ind. The wed-
ding will be held in the early fall at
the home of Mrs. Henry Erb, sister
of Mrs. Fox, in Milwaukee, Wis.
The betrothal of Caroline Potter,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Potter
and Chales Brush, son of W. E.
Brush, Sarnia, Ont.. was made known
at a tea given in honor of Miss Potter
by Jane Breakey at her home in Bar-
ton Hills. Brush is a member of
Sigma Phi fraternity.
The engagement of Marjorie Oost-
dyk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Oostdyk. Detroit, came as a surprise
to her friends, who were invited to
her home on the pretext of attending
a graduation party. The Michigan
colors, maize and blue, were used to
decorate the table. Miss Oostdyk is
a member of Alpha Chi Omega while
her fiance, Lloyd Charles Nyman,
Detroit, is a member of Phi Sigma
Catherine Heesen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd G. Heesen, Tecumseh,
and Jane Mitchell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Mitchell, Detroit, was
revealed their engagement at a bridge
luncheon at the Delta Gamma house.
Miss Heesen was married to Paul R.
Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M.
Nelson, Chicago, Sept. 14, -in the
garden of her parent's home. Nel-
son is a member of Delta Tau Delta.
The nuptials of Miss Mitchell and
William B. Dibble, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edna Dibble, will be solemn-
ized Oct. 5.
The engagement of Bettina Doris
Rightmire to Evans Stratford Sch-
meling, Ann Arbor, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ferdinand Schmeling, Chicago,
Ill., was announced by her parents.
Marjorie Oostdyke, '35, whose en-
gagement to Lloyd Nyman '34, was
recently announced, and Catherine
Heesen, '33, whose marriage to Paul
R. Nelson, was an event of last Sat-
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Potter, Mil-
waukee, Wis., were united by the
Rev. R. Edward Sayles in the chapel.
Many Engagements Announced .
Among the many engagements an-
nounced this summer was that of
Jeanne Keppel, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde N. Keppel, to H. Winston'
Hathaway, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hathaway, Muskegon. She
has chosen Oct. 18 as the date for
her wedding, which will be solemn-
ized in St. Andrewvs Episcopal church.
Miss Keppel is a member of Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority. Hathaway, a
graduate of the literary college and
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