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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1940
Weddings, Engagements Are
Announced During Vacation
La ya Wainger
Is Wed Sept. I
Janet Pike Is Betrothed;
Fern Claggett Married
Laya Wainger, '41, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Wainger of Johns-
town, Pa., and Jerome Wiesner, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wiesner of
Dearborn, were married Sept. 1 at
the home of the bride's parents.
A small ceremony, to which rela-
tives and close friends of the couple
were invited, was held in the after-
noon. The bride wore a beige wool
costumbe suit, trimmed with beaver
and brown accessories. Frances Men-
delson, '41, was maid of honor and
Mrs. Wiesner's brother was best man.
While at the University, Mrs. Wies-
'ner was president of the League
House group, orientation adviser,
treasurer of Assembly and a member
ef Senior Society. Mr. Wiesner, al-
go a graduate of the University, was
n instructor in the department of
>pegch and chief engineer of the
The couple will live inWashington,
b.C., where Mr. Wiesner holds the
Sositon of chief engineer of the
$honoduplication department of the
ibrary of Congress.
Kaphan-Wallace Vows Said
Norma Kaphan, '41, daughter of
2r, and Mrs. Ludwig Kaphan of New
Fork City, was married to Mr. Myron
Wallace, '39, son of Mr. and Mrs.
d'rank Wallace of Boston, Mass., Aug.
27 at Louis Sherry's in New York.
. Mrs. Wallace, a member of Al-
lha Epsilon Phi, was a junior night
editor of The Daily and publicity
chairman of WAA and Theatre Arts.
After a honeymoon to Cape Cod,
he couple will live in Detroit. Mr.
Wallace is a radio announcer for
Station WXYZ. Mrs. Wallace will
ifinish her schooling at Wayne Uni-
Frances Bonisteel Weds
Frances Bonisteel, 40, daughter of
lr. and Mrs. Roscoe O. Bonisteel of
MAnn Arbor, was married to Dr. Willis
Allan Fisher of Buffalo, N.Y., son of
MNr. and Mrs. Willis R. Fisher, Sept. 7.
.Mrs. Fisher is a member of Kappa
Alpha Theta. Dr. Fisher, also a
former University student, received
his doctor's degree last year. He is
affiliatted with Phi Kappa Phi, Pi
Beta Kappa, Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi
Iambda Upsilon and Sigma Xi honor-
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Pike of
Ann Arbor announced the engage-
mnent of their daughter, Janet to Jack
'C. Shoo, of Washington, D.C., son
of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Shoo of
Little Rock, Ark., on Sept. 3. Miss
Pike is affiliated with Alpha Phi
at the University. Mr. Shoo atttend-
ed the University of Pennsylvania.
Prof. and Mrs. Carl J. Coe of Ann
.Arbor announce the marriage of
their daughter, Marjorie Coe, '38, to
James Richard Kendrick, '39L, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Ken-
drick of Saginaw, Sept. 14.
Miss Mary R. Reeder, '35, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reeder of
Iron River and Dr. Ralph R. Cooper,
'37M, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
L. Cooper of Detroit were married
Aug. 31 in the chapel of the Michi-
Mrs. Cooper is a medical technolo-
gist at Eloise Hospital. Dr. Cooper,
an instructor in internal medicine in
the University Hospital, is affiliated
with Trigon club, Alpha Omega Al-
pha and Phi Beta Kappa.
Mrs. William Connellan of Grosse
Ile announced the engagement of
her daughter, Dorothy Catherine, a
former student at the University, to
W. H. George Shaller, '41D, son of
Dr. and Mrs. George J. Shaller of
Hickory Island and Fort Lauderdale,
Fla., Sept. 4. Miss Connellan is a
member of Kappa Kappa Gamma
sorority and Mr. Shaller is affiliated
with Delta Sigma Delta.
Former Students Wed
Two more former students who
plan to be married shortly are Fran-
ces Mary Robinson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert S. Robinson of De-
troit and Arthur A. Whiting, jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Whiting of
Red Bank, N.J. They will be mar-
ried Oct. 19 in Detroit. Miss Rob-
inson is affiliated with Pi Beta Phi
and Mr. Whiting with Lambda Chi
Cathelia Elizabeth Pollock, daugh-
ter of Mrs. James Barkley Pollock of
Ann Arbor was married to William
Kincaid Newman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard J. Newman, Philadel-
phia, Pa., Sept. 21. Miss Pollock is a
graduate of the University and a
member of Delta Delta Delta sor-
ority. She has just completed her
studies for a master's degree at Smith
College school for social work. Mr.
Newman is a graduate of Princeton
Local Marriage Highlights Holidays
ter's degree in music from Wayne
University. Mr. Sibley attended
Princeton University, and received
his master's degree at the University
Miss Eleanor M. Slane, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slane of
Chelsea, and Charles Menefee. '37L,
son of Prof. and Mrs. F. N. Menefee,
were united in marriage Aug. 29.
Jennie M. Volk, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Wickare Stacey, of
Akron, and James Milton Watkins,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Watkins,
of McHenry, Miss., were married
Aug. 22, in a ceremony at the home
of the bride's parents. Mr. Watkins
also holds degrees from Michigan
State College and Ohio State Univer-
Mr. and Mrs. I. William Groomes,
of Ann Arbor, announced the mar-
riage Sept. 7 of their daughter Mar-
guerite Truesdel Groomes, '40, to
Clifford Osburn Berg, '39, son of Carl
0. Berg of Stoughton, Wis. Mr. Berg
will continue his studies toward his
doctorate while serving as a teaching
fellow in the department of zoology.
Mrs. Berg was president of the
University Lutheran Student Associ-
ation, also alumni secretary and a
regional officer. She is a clerk in the
Surgical clinic of the University Hos-
pital. Mr. Berg is a member of Sig-
ma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Sig-
ma, scientific honor society, and he
has directed the Lutheran Student
choir and quartet.
At ceremony Sept. 7 in St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church Mary Elizabeth
Koch, daughter of Dr. William Fred-
erick Koch, of Ann Arbor, and the
late Mrs. Koch, was united in mar-
riage to Charles Samuel Quarles,
'42L, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Quarles, of Milwaukee. Mr. Quarles
is a student in the law school, and
a member of Zeta Psi.
Elva Pascoe Weds
Elva Vade Pascoe, daughter of Ed-
ward G. Pascoe of Ann Arbor and the
late Mrs. Pascoe, recently became the
bride of Gustavus Hindman Miller
II, son of Mrs. Clyde L. Miller of
Chattanooga, Tenn., and the late Mr.
Mliler. For the last two years Mrs.
Miller taught ballroom dancing
classes at tthe Michigan League. She
is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha, and
Mr. Miller is affiliated with Delta
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Derby, of Clare
Union Opera And JGP I
Form Basis Of Battle
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shows paid much of the bill for the
present Union. After this peak the
show declined and was abandoned
JGP has gone along year after
year, perhaps never reaching the
Opera's heights, but neither has it
ever fallen into disuse. Last year's
play was entitled "Hi-Falutin'!" and
the student chairman was Jane
League Activities Operate
Under System Of Merits
Xntnut-d from: rage S
to be a valuable member of the com-
Merit System: All League activi-
ties are operated on a merit system.
An accurate (heck on League merit
points and on points awarded after
each project are Iept by the mem-
bers of this committee. These points,
which indicate tfe amount of work
a woman has done in League activi-
ties, are used as a reference in
awarding League positions.
-Courtesy Ann Arbor News
MRS. CLIFFORD BERG
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Reva Elizabeth Derby, to
Dr. Theodore G. Bernthal of Ann
Arbor. The ceremony took place
Aug. 18 at the home of the bride's
parents., Mrs. Bernthal has been
director of guidance and counseling
service in the Ypsilanti schools. Dr.
Bernthal, of the University faculty,
has accepted a new position in the
physiology research department of
At a ceremony in the League
chapel Aug. 31 Mary Louise Hart,
daughter of Mr. Charles E. Hart of
Ann Arbor, and Harry Leroy Hallock,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hallock,
of Royal " Oak. Mrs. Hallock, who
has been a teacher in the public school
system of Ann Arbor, is affiliated with
Pi Beta Phi, Pi Lambda Theta and
Phi Kappa Phi. Mr. Hallock is a
member of Sigma Chi.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Edsill, of Ann
Arbor, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Edyth Marjorie Ed-
sill, to Louis Edward McMurray, son
of Dr. and Mrs. John B. McMurray,
of Washington, Pa. Mrs. McMurray
has been on the clerical staff at the
Washtenaw county court house. Mr.
McMurray is a metallurgical engin-
eer with the Minton Steel Co. He is
affiliated with Beta Theta Pi.
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-Courtesy Ann Arbor News
MRS. WILLIAM FISHER
and Mrs. Bert Creitz of Sunfield, be-
came the bride of Ronald Isbell, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Isbell of Ann
Arbor, Aug. 27 in a ceremony at the
home of the bride's parents. Mr. Is-
bell is a graduate of the University.
He is principal of the Sunfield High
School. Mrs. Isbell attended Michi-
gan State College.
Gies-Heath Vows Spoken
Mary Alice Gies, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles G. Gies of Ann
Arbor, was married to David Lincoln
Hatch, son of Prof. and Mrs. Roy
W. Hatch of Montclair, N.J., Aug. 24
in the chapel of the Michigan
League. Dorothy S. Gies of New
York City, a sister of the bride, was
maid of honor and Thomas George
Gies, '43, was best tman. Mrs. Hatch,
a graduate of Vassar College, holds
a master's degree from the Univer-
The marriage of Mary Elizabeth
Lunny, daughter of Mr. Richard Lun-
ny of Ann Arbor, to Clark F. Norton,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Norton
of Ludington, took place Aug. 24.
Mrs. Norton received her master's
degree from the University in 1938.
Mr. Norton, a teaching fellow in his-
tory from 1936 to 1938 and a holder
of a Rackham pre-doctoral fellow-
ship for two years, was awarded his
Doctor of Philosophhy degree last
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S. Claggett
of Richmond have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Fern
Marie of Ann Arbor, to Joseph A.
McIntosh, '42, son of Dr. and Mrs.
E. N. McIntosh of Richmond. The
wedding took place Sept. 15 in Rich-
Alumni's Wedding Told
Margaret Jean Read, daughter of
Attorney General and Mrs. Thomas
Read of Shelby, was married to
Donald Walker Lauer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Lauer of Orchard Park,
N.Y., Aug. 24 in the chapel of the
Michigan League. Both Mr. and Mrs.
Lauer are graduates of the Univer-
sity. Mrs. Lauer is secretary to the
director of alumni relations and Mr.
Lauer is child counselor with the Ann
Arbor children's service bureau.
The marriage vows of Miss Mary
Lou Painter, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Painter of Dallas, Tex.,
and Mr. Julian V. Carr were solemn-
ized at the home of the bride's par-
ents Aug. 28. Mr. Carr is the son
of Prof. and Mrs. Lowell J. Carr of
Hampstead Lane, Ann Arbor. Mrs.
Carr attended the University of Tex-
as and the University of Illinois, and
was affiliated with Chi Omega Sor-
ority. The bridegroom attended the
University of Texas and the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
Miss Lillian Sodt, daughter of Mrs.
Gustave Sodt of Ann Arbor, was unit-
ed in marriage with Don Curtis, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Curtis of
Plymouth, Aug. 28 in a ceremony at
the home of the bride's parents. Mrs.
Curtis attended the University of
Michigan School of Music.
Miss Virginia Ormond, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ormond E. Hunt of De-
troit, formerly of Ann Arbor, was
married to Frederic Merril Sibey, jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederic M. Sib-
ey of Detroit, on Sept. 21. Mrs. Sib-
ey is a graduate of the University
of Michigan, and received her mas-
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