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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

gate Summer Sees Many Student Engagements And Wed

Idings

Patten-Garrey
Nuptials Held
In Late August
Leah L. Russell Is Wed,
In Chapel Of League
To Milton John Roedel
Numerous weddings and engage-
ments of University alumni have
played an important part in the
society news of the late summer and
early fall.
Ruth Adele McDonald, '3,8, and El-
bert Edgar Haight, '3$BE, were mar-
ried at 3:30 p. m. Wednesday, Aug.
31, in St. Paul's Episcopal Church in
Flint. Miss McDonald is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McDonald of
Flint, and Mr. Haight is the son of
Mrs. E. E. Haight of Manitowoc, Wis.
Betty Ward, '39, assisted the bride
as the maid of honor and the two
bridesmaids were Betty Moloney and
Janet Kennelly, a cousin of Miss Mc-
Donald. E. E. Christiansen, of Mani-
towoc, performed the duties of best
man, and Gordon McDonald and
Donald R. Knapp, '38E, of the Island
of Sumatra, were chosen to be ushers
for the ceremony.
Reception Held at Home
Following a reception at the home
of the bride's parents, the couple left
for: a trip through Northern Michi-
gan. Mr. and Mrs. Haight will return
to the University, and will live at
the Washtenaw Apartments during
the school year.
A recent engagement of interest to
University circles was recently an-
nounced in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs.
John Newton Fauver have announce4
the engagement of their daughter,
Jane, to Dr. Frederick A. Henny of
Detroit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
A. Henny of Flint. Mrs. Henny and
Mrs. Philip C. Gibbs poured at the
announcement tea.
The wedding date has been set for
Oct. 29 in the Wesley Chapel of the
Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal
Church of Detroit. Miss Fauver has
chosen her sister, Betty, '38, to be her
maid of honor, and Mrs. William S.
Fenner, Jr., of Rochester, and Mrs.
Casper Beimfohr- as bridesmaids.
Serves As Best Man
Dr. Stuart Swanton, '35D, of Lan-
sing, will be best man and the ushers
for the affair will be Dr. Frank Ren-
nell, '36D and John Fauver, brother
of the bride. Miss Fauver was gradu-
ated from the literary college of the
University in the class of '34, and was
a member of Alpha Chi Omega soror-
ity. Dr. Henny, '35D, was a member of
Delta Sigma Delta-.fraternity when on

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were graduated from the University in
the class of 1936. The former was a
member of Kappa Kappa Gamma
sorority, and the groom was a mem-
ber of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.
Mary Helen McIntosh, '34, of Lake
Linden, formerly of Ann Arbor and
John Frederick McCaslin, of Stevens
Point, were married at noon Satur-
day, Aug. 20 in the formal garden of
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Benedict at Lake
Linden. Miss McIntosh is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rcbert McIntosh.
Mrs. William Vigelius, of Calumet,
sang before the ceremony, and Mrs.
Ransom Pearce, pianist, Henry Han-
sen and Jane Baccus, violinist, played
the wedding marches. Mrs. Lloyd
Cody of Ann Arbor was the matron
of honor. The bride and Mrs. Cody
roomed together at Mosher-Jordan
for four years, and Miss McIntosh
was maid of honor for Mrs. Cody when
she married Dr. Cody here in Aug.
1935.
Classmates Assist
The bridesmaids were Sally Man-
thei, '40, of Lake Linden, and Dorothy
Dean Baldwin of Jacksonville, Il., a
classmate of the bride at Clarke
School in Northampton, Mass. The
flower girl was Mary Louise Pearce.
Albert Clark, of Cincinnati, a fra-
ternity brother of the groom, assisted
as best man and the ushers' duties
were carried out by Robert Beggs,
of Marshfield, Wis., Edwin West of
Appleton, Wis., and Fred McIntosh of
Chicago, brother of the bride.
Miss McIntosh was president of
Mosher Hall when on campus, presi-
dent of Zeta Phi Eta, member of Sen-
ior Society and Phi Kappa Phi. She
was graduated from the Clarke School
in Northampton this year. Mr. Mc-
Caslin received his bachelor of arts
degree from the University of Cin-
cinnati in the class of 1932. He was
a member of Delta Tau Delta fra-
ternity there.
Engagement Is Announced
Another engagement of a University
alumni was made known when Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Watt Erickson of
Detroit, announced the betrothal of
their daughter, Rebecca Jane Erick-
son, to Robert Bruce Rutherford, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bruce Ruther-
ford. The wedding will take place
this winter.
Miss Erickson is a graduate of Miss
Newman's School and Mount Hol-
yoke College. Mr. Rutherford attend-
ed Highland Park Junior College
and the University, where he was a
member of Delta Tau Delta fraterni-
ty.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jesperson, of
Petoskey, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Helen,
'38, to Theodore Miller, '36, son of
Mrs. T. F. Miller and the late Mr.
Miller, of Dunkirk, Ill. The couple
plan to be married late in the fall.
Helen Jesperson Engaged
Miss Jesperson was president of
Assembly last year and Mr. Miller
was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi
fraternity when on campus.
Two members of the speech depart-
ment of the University were married
Saturday, Aug. 20 at Milford. Olive
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-"ourtesy Ann Arbor News.
The engagement of Kathleen Mead, '41, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
R,. Mead of Birmingham, to Dana Seeley, '36, was announced Sept. 10
at the Orchard Lake Country Club'. Miss Mead is a member of Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority and Mr. Seeley is affiliated with Alpha Delta Phi
fraternity. The latter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dana E. Seeley of Ann Arbor,
received his M' on the golf team when in school here. '

copal church at Monroe. The bride,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Fitzgerald is a member of Delta
Gamma sorority, and Mr. Rieder of
Sigma Phi fraternity.
Helen Fitzgerald was maid of hon-
or for her sister, and the brides-
maids were Virginia Pecott of Mon-
roe, Janet Rieder, sister of the groom,
of Saginaw, and Virginia Eaglesfield,
'38, of Niles, a sorority sister of the
bride, and Betty Ronal, '38, of Mon-
roe.
Horace Calvert, of Saginaw, attend-
ed Mr. Rieder as best man, and the
ushers were Robert Grant, of Sagi-
naw, Frederick Buesser, '40L, of De-
troit, and Gerald Knapp and Elton
Kopke of Monroe.
Graduates Married Sept. 17
Sept. 17 marked the wedding of
two University alumni in the First
Presbyterian church in Birmingham
when Margaret Anabella Connellan,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Connellan of Grosse Ile, and Bob
Douglas Hilty, son of Mrs. Maude
Hilty of Birmingham, were mar-
ried. Miss Connellan's sister, Dorothy,
was her maid of honor, and the
bridesmaids were Mabel Campbell,
'38, of Pontiac, sorority sister of the
bride; Mrs. Thomas Connellan of
Grosse Ile, the bride's sister-in-law;
Dorothy Schwarze, '36, of Birming-
ham, and Jane Faulkner, of Roches-
ter, N. Y., a cousin.
John Carl Hilty performed the
duties of best man for his brother,
and the ushers were Thomas Con-
nellan, brother of the bride; Thom-
as K. Fisher, '37, of Anderson;
George Schaller, of Grosse Ile and
Derwood Harris, '36, of Flint. The
ring bearer was Howard E. Reiman of
Cleveland.
Is Sorority Member
Both Miss Connellan and Mr. Hilty

campus.,
A very simple and .quiet ceremony
was performed Sept. 17 at All Saints
Church, W4ndsor, Canada, when
Shirley Ann Crittenden, '38, was miar-
ried to John Paul Hinckley, '38, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Hinckley, of
Detroit. Miss Crittenden, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crittenden of
Riverside, Ontario, asked her sister
Mrs. Charles Wesley Schott, of Cleve-
land, to be matron of honor, and
John F. Cole, '40, performed the
duties of best man for Mr. Hinckley.
Mr. Hinckley was graduated from
the University last June, and Miss
Crittenden also went to school here,
where she was affiliated with Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority.
Married in Pleasant Ridge
A wedding on Aug. 20 in Pleas-
ant Ridge united in marriage Marion
Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs;
John r. Morgan, and Allen Ehlers,
'36, son of Mr. and Mrs. George M.
hlers of .Ann Arbor. Shirley Morgan,
sister of the bride, was. the maid of
honor, and Priscilla Ehlers, sister of
the bridegroom was the bridesmaid.
Manley Osgood, '36, of Ann Arbor
was best man.
MarionDonaldson, '37, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Donaldson, of
Pontiac, will be married to Hugh D.
Grove, '34, of Fostoria, O., at noon,
Oct. 15. The wedding will be per-
formed in Christ Church, Cranbrook,
Bloomfield lHills. 4
Jeanne Donaldson, '41, will be her
sister's -only attendant. J. Stewart
Smart will assistw Mr. Grove as the
best man. Following the ceremony a
wedding breakfast and reception will
be given at the Orchard Lake Coun-
try Club. Miss Donaldson was a Phi
Beta Kappa and a member of Col-
legiate Sorosis, and worked on the
Daily, Sophomore Cabaret and J.G.P.
Mr. Grove, affiliated with Delta Upsi-
lon fraternity, was a member of Tri-
angles and Vulcans when on campus,
and was vice-president of the Union
and assistant baseball manager.
Graduate Is Bridesmaid
Marion Fitzgerald, '38, of Monroe
and Charles Rieder, '37, of Schenec-
tady, N. Y., were married Saturday,
Sept. 10 in St. Paul's Methodist Epis-

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