Dr. deMaine, Bride Go South THE CATHEDRAL of Bryn Athyn, Pa., was the setting for the 3:30 Saturday wedding of Lourdes Trifina Magno of New York and Dr. James deMaine. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cri-santo Cri-santo Cri-santo Magno of Lupon, Davao, Philippine Islands, and the groom Is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Philip B. deMaine, 183 Pasadena av. Sylvia Magno of Jersey City, N. J., was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids Bridesmaids were Polly Kromer, Bloomlngton, Minn.; Inday Mier, New York City; Rose Sanchez, Jersey City, and Diana Carpenter, Bryn Athyn. Geraldine de la Cruz of Jersey City was rlngbearer and Jim Luz of New York City, trainbearer. H a r a 1 d Sandstrom of Bryn Athyn served as best . man. Ushers were Eric Ja-cobson, Ja-cobson, Ja-cobson, Cambridge, Mass.; Dr. Donald Mclntyre, York, Pa.; Dr. Paul Beiswenge Philadelphia; Joseph David, Franklin, Pa brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law of the groom; Dr. James Pendleton of Bryn Athyn, another brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, and John deMaine, brother of the groom. ceived her master's degree in nursing from City College College of New York. Her husband husband is an alumnus of Northwestern U n I v e r sity and University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania School of Medicine. They will reside in New York where the groom is serving his Internship at St. Luke's Hospital. Addresses Principals AKRON Elementary School Principals Association Association will have its annual May banquet at 6:30 Monday Monday In Akron City Club. Superintendent Martin Essex will give a resume of his recent study of the Russian Russian Educational System.