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PART THREE Island Folk Interested in Festivities for 0 'Donnell Payette Wedding Party THE DETROIT FREE PRESS SUNDAY, AUGUST 2 0. 193J MARRIED IN EAST Lansing Garden Unit Assembles Society Reflects Fall's Approach Many Folk Are Arriving and Leaving at Rochester August Is Popular Month for Nuptials at Ann Arbor Miss Barbara Paton Is Bride of R. G. Eddy at Attractive Wedding at Parents' Home Next Fortnight to Be Busy for Grosse He Bride Elect Sacred Heart Catholic Church Is Chosen for Nuptials on Sept. 2 GROSSE ILE, Aug.

19 THESE ar busy days for Miss Ruth O'Donnell, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. David H. O'Donnell, whose marriage to Joseph A. Payette will be an event of Sept.

2. Mr. Payette is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry T.

Payette, of Detroit. The wedding will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at Sacred Heart Church, Grosse lie, with the Rev. Edward J. Hlckey, Ph. reading the marriage lines.

Miss O'Donnell has asked her twin sister, Miss Helen O'Donnell, to be her maid of honor and Mr. Payette will be assisted by his brother, John Payette, as best man. The ushers will be Capt. Edward Wadden, Kussell Gnau, Robert ANN ARBOR, Aug. 19 UGUST has been a popular month for weddings this year.

Amor.g A the brides elect who have Paton, daughter of Mr. and was married to Mr. Raymond Grimes Eddy, son of Mrs. Lillian Grimss Eddy, of Douglas, on Aug. 11, at 4 p.

m. The scene of the wedding was the attractive sun room in the home the bride's riarents, the decoration motif being tastefully carried out with ferns and palms arranged in crescent shape as background to th improvised altar, and ivory tapers in Iron candelabra directly in front. Dr. Frederick B. Fisher, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Siasconset Ball to Be Gay Affair NRA Inspires Masquerade Parry at Resort Continued from Page One tages full.

Families who have resisted the impulse to go East earlier In -the season usually succumb at this time and leave quickly to catch the bright, brisk days. Mrs. C. Henry Hecker has joined the 'Sconset colony where her daughter Valeria Penrose haa been all summer and they expect to remain at 'Sconset until the middle of September. Miss Penrose is considering college for this winter, but has not made definite plans.

Mrs. Frederick Eben Jones. of Van Dyke Place, and her small daughter have taken the guest cottage belonging to Mrs. R. H.

Macauley In 'Sconset, and Mr. Jones went East on Thursday to join them and remain there until after Labor Day. Mrs. Dean Lucking, who has been spending several weeks in Nantucket, left Thursday and will stop at several places before returning to her home on Ncff Road, -Grosse Polnte. Mary Lou Anderson also has arrived in 'Sconset and Is visiting Mr.

and Mrs. Selden Dickinson, and Miss Kathleen Lawler, of New York City, went to 'Sconset last Monday to spend a month with Mrs. Ralph H. Page. Also swelling the Detroit colony are Miss Kathleen Kecna, who reached Nantucket last week and is visiting Dr.

and Mrs. E. H. Menges and Mrs. Sherman L.

De-pew and Miss Frances Depew, who are staying at the White Elephant Hotel. daughter, Mary Lou, who will be their guests over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Hoff Didrlk-sen returned from Chicago on Tuesday last and left the following day for a two weeks' stay In Northern Michigan.

Their daughter, Anne, and son, Caleb, are spending several weeks in Kansas City, as the guests of Mrs. Didrik-sen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bond. On Wednesday, Mrs.

William E. Brownlee, of Hawthorne Lodge, accompanied by her house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Toepp and their sons, Paul and Billy, left by motor to visit the Century of Progress Exposition.

They stopped en route at Kalamazoo to visit relatives of Mr. Tocpp and expect to be gone for a week or 10 days. Mrs. Arthur F. Zoll was hostess at a dessert-bridge party Tuesday, honoring Mrs.

Benjamin F. Welton, who left on Wednesday for a short stay at Pointe aux Pins on Bols Blanc Island. The guests were Mrs. John Charles Wright, Mrs. Fred-erio W.

Overesch, Mrs. Wayne D. Jewell, Mrs. W. W.

Knight, Mrs. Glenn Ballagh and Mrs. Joseph T. Peterson. The League of the Sacred Heart Pennsylvania Club The monthly business meeting of the Pennsylvania Club of Detroit will take place Monday, Aug.

21, at 8 o'clock at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Highland Park. All members and former residents of Pennsylvania are invited to attend. HEALY'S Presents A Coat Creation read tne service in the presence otfc- iuu guests. Mr. and Mrs.

Benjamin H. Eddy, Ann Arbor, attended the couple. Mr. Eddy, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man, and Mrs. Eddy, as matron of honor.

Miss Paton. given In marriage by her father, was becomingly attired a gown of white Spanish lace, fashionably designed on fitted lines, and complemented by a little jacket the same material. The skirt, with godet inserts of the lace, flared gracefully into a short circular train, while the tightly fitting bodice was distinguished by quaint, square, pulled sleeves. Her cap ot rose pointe lace held in place the full length tulle veil, and she carried a lovely bouquet of Johanna Hill roses and swansonia. Her acces sories were white.

Mrs. Eddy, Miss Paton's sister and matron of honor, wore a charming yellow taffeta model, fashioned with tight bodice, and tiered ruffles from the high waistline to the floor. Completing her ensemble was a modish waistline jacket of vert d'eau taffeta with great bouffant sleeves and green slippers. Her bouquet was of talisman and yellow roses. Mrs.

Paton, mother of the bride, was attractively gowned in black lace over black silk with black accessories, and wore garnet jewelry. Her lovely shoulder corsage was of pink roses and blue delphlnum. The groom's mother, Mrs. Lillian Grimes Eddy, chose a simply designed gown of gray printed chiffon with harmonizing accessories, and a corsage of roses and delphlnum. Miss Antoinette Sailer, of Detroit, played the wedding music, and the four young nieces of the couple, the children of Mr.

and Mrs. Benjamin H. Eddy, held in place the ribbon streamers forming the Dridal aisle. After the ceremony, the couple received with their parents, and a high tea followed, which was presided over by Mrs. H.

B. Merrick, her daughters, Alice and Ruth, Mrs, George Currle. the Misses Jean and June Currie, Mrs. W. R.

Magee, and the Misses Genevieve and Dorothy Magen. Mrs. Austin Scott, Miss Marian Stoll, Miss Berenice Hannan and Miss Eileen Donahue assisted in the dining room. Mr. and Mrs.

Eddy departed on a short motor trip, after which they will make their home in Detroit. For traveling, the bride wore a beige sheer suit with a swagger coat, a brown and white plaid blouse, brown silk braid hat, and brown gloves and slippers. The bride, an alumna of the University of Michigan, was graduated In 1928, and was affiliated with Delta Zeta sorority. Miss Bessie Walborg Egeland, daughter of Mrs. Axel Egeland.

of Chatham, was united In marriage with Mr. Godfred M. Johnson, Detroit, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, of Devil's Lake, N.

on Saturday evening, Aug. 12, at 7:30, In the Alumnae room of the Michigan League Building. The Rev. Mr. Edward M.

Duff, of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, performed the ceremony In the presence of the Immediate families of the bride and bridegroom. The bride was fashionably dressed In a model of white organza, designed on fitted lines to the knees, then flaring to the floor. The dress was complemented by a charming litte tucked cape, caught with a bow In front to give the appearance of a high necklipe. Her ensemble was further carried out In white, with an organza hat matching the frock, white slippers SMART MONEY a 18 WILL RESIDE HERE MRS.

DALLAS E. NEWKTRK The marriage of Miss Jessie Elaine Cann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard George Cann, of Bangor, and Mr. Newklrk, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Merle Newklrk, of Midland, took place In New York In the Little Church Around the Corner, on July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Newklrk are residing at 63 Marston Detroit.

Vacations Interest Wyandotte Society Out-of-Town Folk Spending Leisure Days in City WYANDOTTE, Aug. 19. THE USUAL mid-August lull has been very evident in the social life of Wyandotte during the past week. Interest at present is centering chiefly in the many vacation trips which are being taken. Several out-of-town folk are spending their leisure days with relatives and friends here in the City.

Mrs. Arthur Edwards, accom-pained by Mrs. Leonard Sullivan, of Detroit, is vacationing at Marble-head, Mass. Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Lufkin have as their house guests, Mrs. William O. Warner, of Detroit, and Miss Ruth Coolbaugh, of Wilkes Barre, Pa, Miss Carrie Glass and Miss Mabel Lytton, of Coshocton, who were the guests for a few days of Mrs. Nina Stewart, left Tuesday morning for Chicago where they will attend the World's Fair. Mr.

and Mrs. J. Clarence Hal-stead, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. H.

C. Daly, of Highland Park, left Thursday for a motor trip to Chicago and through Wisconsin. Mrs. August Loeffler is spending a few weeks with her son-in-law and daughter, Lieut, and Mrs. Horace Fennell Sykes, at Fort Collins, Denver.

Miss Mary Adair Is the guept of Miss Marion Cole, of Harrisville. John Collins, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll W. Collins, is vacationing with his grandparents.

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Collins, of Charlotte.

Mrs. Anna B. Christian and her granddaughter. Miss Mary C. Griffith, are leaving tomorrow for a lake cruise aboard the Alpena.

Miss Helen Eberts has as her week-end guest. Miss Jean Ellen Kelly, of Lansing. Interesting to many young people Is the announcement of the marriage of Miss Gladys Hancock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hancock, to Clarence Huntley.

son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Huntley, of Detroit. The ceremony was quietly performed at the home of the bride's parents by the Rev H. Norman Jackson, at 1:30 Saturday afternoon.

After a motor trip to Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Huntley will reside in Detroit. Manv Wvandotta folk will be In. terested in the wedding of Miss Genevieve Coan, daughter of Mrs.

Norman Everett Coan, of Detroit, and formerly of Wyandotte, to William Chapin Davis, son of Mrs. Bertha Shean Davis, of Kalamazoo. The ceremony took place Tuesday afternoon in the chapel of the Michigan League, at Ann Arbor. Mrs. Emma Marx Gartner and Mrs.

Frank Casper are spending a week at the Exposition in Chicago, i Mrs. Ida Melody entertained very delightfully Monday afternoon at contract aboard the N. T. Langlols cruiser, the Louise. The group met first et the Melody home for a dessert luncheon, later enjoying the afternoon on the water.

The guests were Mrs. George Mabley, Mrs. Edmund Wright, Mrs. Frank I Burk, Mrs. F.

8. Klcbart, Mrs. N. T. Langlols, Mrs.

Carl Schroeder and Mrs. Carlisle Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee Edwards had as their guests last week end.

Mrs. Harry Edwards and Mrs. Charles McCallum, of Houston, Tex. Miss Nell Williams, of Niagara Falls, is spending the month of August with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.

Leslie Cockburn. Miss Ella Houston has as her week-end guest Mrs. Julius Ippel, of Saginaw. DeAlton Haven, John Hookey, Howard Brohl and Earl Riedel left Tuesday for a motor trip which will take them through Montreal and Boston. They will be gone for two weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor Mc-Whlrter and their daughter Anne, and Mrs. Rohert McH'hirter, left today to spend the week-end at Sycamore, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Edward Iffler. Mrs. Elizabeth MeWhlrter and Miss Bess will return with thorn, si 1 Ut "4 i i s' ''4 A I Finley and Dr. Harold Nichols, On Friday next, Mrs. Edward O'Donnell will entertain at a tea and kitchen shower honoring Miss O'Donnell and on Saturday Mrs.

Edward Wadden and Mrs. Edna Porter will be luncheon hostesses at the D. A. C. for the bride-elect.

On Saturday evening, Miss Helen O'Donnell will give a spinsters' dinner for her sister. Miss Madeleine Fredericks, of Lucerne Drive, will be hostess at a tea on Tuesday, Aug. 29, with Miss O'Donnell and Miss Evelyn Wink as the guests of honor. Mrs. Peter Koeulg will entertain at a bridge tea and hosiery shower on Thursday, Aug.

31. On Friday evening, Sept. 1, Dr. and Mrs. O'Donnell will give the rehearsal dinner In their Grosse He home on E.

River Road. With the summer vacation period fast drawing to a close, everyone is trying to get In a hurried trip to the lake or the Century of Progress before It is time to get the children outfitted for school. On Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. William L.

Stadler, with their sons, Billy and Pat, left for their cabin on Higgins Lake. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Parker and their two sons.

Jimmy and Dickey, and Mr. and Mrs. Reginald E. Leggette and their 350.00 Members Prof. Hear a Talk C.

E. Wildon by LANSNO, Aug. 19 THE August meeting of the Lansing Branch of the National farm and Garden Association was held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W.

Knapp, on Cambridge Road. Prof. C. E. Wildon, of Michigan State College, spoke on "Fall Transplanting." Mrs.

Frank Thoman read a paper on "The Maple Tree." Those who assisted Mrs. Knapp were Mrs. Harry Person, Mrs. Paul Yull, Mrs. Harry Freeman, Mrs.

A. B. Gomory, Mrs. J. J.

Carter and Mrs. E. H. S. Clark.

Following the meeting, tea was served in Mrs. Knapp gardens with Mrs. Freeman presiding at the tea table. Mrs. V.

C. Symonds and children spent last week at Gull Lake. Mrs. WlUUnp O. Kerns had as her guests last week Mrs.

J. Willis Amey of New Tork City, and Mrs. Mable Broad of Detroit. On Tuesday, Mrs. J.

Earl Mclntyre and Mrs. G. F. Bauch entertained about 12 guests at luncheon at Duck Lake at Mrs. Mclntyre's cottage in honor of Mrs.

Amey and Mrs. Broad. Mrs. Myron Tucker and daughter Patty are spending about a month at St Ignace. Mrs.

William Goodman and son Jack left Thursday for St. Ignace to spend about a week. Mrs. George Chapman and small son, of Dallas, are spending a few weeks with Mrs. Chapman's parents, Mr.

and Mrs. T. E. Hackett, on Miller Road. Mrs.

Chapman accompanied Mrs. John Tomllnson, of Tulsa, who Is spending several weeks in St. Johns visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W.

Chapman. Miss Molly Spencer will leave Sunday for Elmhurst, 111., where she will spend a few days as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.

Van Noppen. Miss Spencer will meet her sister, Mrs. Carl DeWitt, of San Diego, Friday and together they will return to Lansing. Mrs. De-Witt will spend several months in the cltv, where she will be the guest of Mr.

and Mrs. N. I. Spencer. Mrs.

O. McKinley and daughters. Miss Ruth McKinley and Miss Caroline McKinley. left Saturday for their cottage at Mullet Lake to spend about three weeks. Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Cummlngs (Ruth Moore) announce the birth of a daughter, on Aug. 13. Mr. and Mrs.

Earl Stewart of Royal Oak, formerly of Lansing, left last Saturday for a two-weeks' trip to Bermuda. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Stickle re turned the latter part of the week from Mullet Lake where they spent several weeks. Mrs.

Margaret MrCallum and children are spending two weeks at Higgins Lake. Mr. Rnd Mrs. Jack Maas and children, of Detroit, are spending the week-end with Mr. R.

C. Rueschaw. Miss Claudine Collard spent last week-end in Toledo with Miss Marian Sachs. Mr. and Mrs.

Harold F. Gross will leave Monday for Chicago where they will spend several days at the Century of Progress Exposition. MARRIAGE SERVICE IS READ IX CHURCH Wrttht Photo MRS. ROBERT L. MAYNARD Mr.

and Mrs. Lewis H. Miller, of McClellan announce the marriage of their daughter, Edith Margaret, to Robert Leslie Maynard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie R.

May-nard, of Anderson which took place Saturday, Aug. 12, at the Jefferson Avenue Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Mnynard are spending their honeymoon on a motor trip to New York City and will resido in Detroit upon their return.

Chinese Studies French Col. Nadlne Hwang, feminine war veteran and one of China's most able diplomats, is studying economic conditions In France. She served on the battlefields of North ern China la 1928, fV ttNS, 1 1 11 (- i i- i ROCHESTER, Aug. 19. EVERY DAY sees more and more arrivals and departures, as if the hint of fall in the air was making folk hurry to complete the summer plans.

And with the hunting season starting today with the Breeders Show a tMetamora. au tumn seems here, indeed. Mrs. James A. Blackwood, Rochester's enthusiastic horsewoman, is showing Deep Stuff, Tybol and Kalingo.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts and Mr. and Mrs. William Tlcnken are leaving by motor tomorrow for a ten-day trip through the northern part of the State, with a short stay at the Rochester Hunt Club near Red Oaks.

Miss June Tienken is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Merrltt, in Port Huron. Accompanied by Dr. Sidney Eva, of Mt Clemens, the Rev.

William H. Collycott will leave on Monday for New York City to greet Mrs. Eva and Mrs. Collycott, who are to arrive Thursday after a summer spent in visiting their parents in England. Mrs.

Lester C. Scott and her daughters, who have spent the past six weeks in Kenilworth, as the guests of Mrs. Scott's parents. Mr. and Mrs.

John Gray, returned home the first of the week. Mr. Scott motored to Kenilworth for the week-end and returned with his family. Mrs. Fred D.

Gray, of Re-gina, Mrs. Scott's sister-in-law, with her son and daughter. Jack and Margaret, who have also been visiting in Canada, will arrive next week to be guests in the Scott home. Mr. and Mrs.

Russell W. Nowels left by motor yesterday for Crooked Lake, to spend the week-end. They will bring back their children Martha and John, who have been visiting their grandparents and accompanied them to the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago. Mrs. William O.

Stronach was hostess at a charmingly appointed buffet luncheon in her home Tuesday, followed by bridge. A low bowl of snapdragon and pink tapers centered the dining table. Places were marked at small tables for Mrs. Glenn R. Brooks, Mrs.

Harvey J. Keith, Mrs. Clarence W. Shepard, Mrs. W.

S. Hathaway, Mrs. Luther C. Green, Mrs. Ormand D.

Geib, Mrs. Wayne F. Carpenter, Mrs. AJanson C. Hobart, Mrs.

Clark C. Teller, Mrs. Mason A. Case, Miss Laura Gunn and Mrs. Robert See, of Detroit.

Another party of the week was the bridge and supper at which Mrs. C. Vern Case entertained in her home Thursday evening for the pleasure of Miss Leah Spencer and Miss Sarah Brewster, who are spending the summer with their respective families In the Village. Invited on this occasion were Mrs. Thomas Cade, Mrs.

Charles W. Case, Mrs. Morgan J. Smead, Mrs. Leslie L.

Whims, Mrs. Alanson C. Hobart, Mrs. Clarence VV. Shcpard, Mrs.

Irvin A. Ingalsbe. Mrs. Glenn R. Brooks, Mrs.

Earl Zimmerman, Mrs. Clark C. Teller, Mrs. Cramer R. Wilson, Mrs.

Bruce Frank, Mrs. Angus Dahlman, Mrs. Kenneth Long, Mrs. William O. Stronach, Mrs.

Mason A. Case, Miss Irene Haselswerdt and Miss Ruth Haw-ken. Miss Betty Morley was hostess at a small luncheon In her home Thursday complimenting Mrs. Harold D. McClure.

of Kirksville, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones, in Detroit. Miss Morley and her mother, Mrs. Arthur T.

Morley, will leave tomorrow on a steamer trip to Georgian Bay and Chicago. They will visit Mrs. Morley's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. George E.

Graves, in Winnetka, 111., before returning home. Mrs. Harold N. Nllson, of Ann Arbor, formerly of Rochester, who is spending the summer at Whitte-more Lake, entertained several friends from the Village at dinner Tuesday evening. Motoring over were Mr.

and Mrs. Roy J. McCor-nac, Mr. and Mrs. Grover J.

Taylor; and Mr. and Mrs. James A. Black- i wood. Mr.

and Mrs. Rohert Neil Rosso and their eon Rohert, have leased a home in Romeo and will move there the first of the month. Mrs. Rosso's mother, Mrs. Belle Hadley Butts, will give up her home on Walnut Blvd.

and will move into the Chapman house on W. Fifth Blvd. Miss Ethel McDonald, of Stockton, arrived here Tuesday and is the hiuse guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W.

Axford. For her pleasure Mrs. Axford Invited 12 of her old friends for luncheon yesterday. On Thursday the Rev. and Mrs.

T. A. Cosgrove, of St. Clair Shores, also old friends of Miss McDonald, were entertained at an Informal dinner in the Axford home. Mr.

and Mrs. Frank Feather-ston, of W. Fifth announce the engagement of their daughter, Nellie Belle, to Milton L. Strong, of Pine Lake. The wedding will take place Sept.

2 In St. Ignace. Miss Featherston and her fiance were members of Inst year's graduating class at Michigan State College. Mr. and Mrs.

Roy J. McCornac returned the first of the week from a motor trip to Grand Rapids and Houghton Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Welskirch were expected home today from Chicago, where they have been attending the Century of Progress Exposition.

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bramley, of West Utlca Road, who returned last week from a fortnight's stay at Tawas and various places in Northern Michigan, have as their house guest Mrs. Harriett Slssons, of Toronto.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. McN'ally are entertaining a party of friends aboard their sailboat Kthel at An- chorville this week-end. Mrs.

Clayton It. Crissman hon- ored her husband's birthday anni- versary with a bridge and buffet supper last Saturday evening, inviting Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Roes, Mr.

and Mrs. Howard T. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Axford, Mr.

and Mrs. Walter Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Terry, of of in of I chosen this month is Miss Barbara Mrs. A.

H. Paton, of Austin who and gloves. She carried a white kid prayer book. Mrs. Ludwig Emde.

of Ann Arbor, sister of the bride, served matron of honor, and wore a gown, of sheer pink mousseline de soie made with a diminutive jacket with turnover collar. The cneemble-was completed by a pale pink tul.a hat, pink gloves and pink Mrs. Emde carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill and Briarcliff rosea tied with white cream satin rii bona. Mr. Miron K.

Towne, of Grand Forks, N. served Mr, Johnson as best man. The bride mother wore an ensemble of beige and brown with harmonizing accessories and a shoulder corsage of Briarcliff roses. Mrs. Edward F.

Latulys, of Detroit, played the bridal music. Following the ceremony, a reception was held, the buffet table being set with a bowl of white garden flowers and white tapers. Miss Bessie Schlenker, of Chatham, cousin of the bride, assisted Mrs. Egeland at the reception. She was becomingly gowned in blue and beige chiffon with beige accessories, and wore a shoulder bouquet of cream roses.

ing a trip to North Dakota, and Mil! Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are enjoy-reside in Detroit upon their return. Mrs. Johnson is a graduate of the University of Michigan, a member of the class of 1930, and received her M.

B. A. in 1031. The bridegroom was graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1528, with the degree of B. S.

C. An alumna of the University of Michigan, Miss Dorothy Gray, of Bloomtleld Hills, was married early in August to Mr. Clifton M. Spald ing alumnus of the University. iSOn of Mr.

and Mrs. Clifton Spald ing, of Perry. Ihe wedding was solemnized at the home of the bride aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. William Watson, of Pontiac.

The couple will reBide in Flint after their return from a wedding trip to Chicago. Dr. Robert Bacher, son of Mrs Beryl Bacher, of the Anberay Apartments, haa returned to Ann Arbor from New York City where he spent. a week with friends. After a two-month visit in Arlington, N.

and vicinity, with Miss Alice Keene, sister of her fiance, the Rev. Mr. John Keene, Miss Katherine Louise Bird has returned to Ann Arbor. The Hugo P. Thiemes, who are spending a sabbatical year in Europe, are expected to arrive in Ann Arbor about Aug.

25. Mrs. Mabel Ross Rhead, of the faculty of the University Musio School, has departed for England where she will spend the remsinder of the summer. Yins Job by Casting Faced with the problem of selecting one of five women for appointment as first feminine game warden of Connecticut, the chief game warden solved the puzzle by staging a fly-CHsting contejt. among the applicants.

Miss Edith Stoeher, of South Manchester, won the contest. Women Take to Pipes In London, England, it Is becoming the smart thing for women to smoke pipes. The feminine demand has led to greater variety and shapes and styles of pipes. Many made to order for women have gold bands or nre studded with diamonds according to reports. BUYING NOW at VERNOR HIGHWAY 1 1 a is sponsoring a garden party on the beautiful and spacious grounds of the Lancaster home on Parke Saturday afternoon, Aug.

2fi, from 2 to 5 o'clock. A delightful musical program lias been arranged, followed by tea. Miss Grace McWilliams is chairman of the committee on arrangements. On the reception committee will be Miss Marietta Gray who has promised to tell some interesting stories of Grosse lie's early days Miss Nellie Brodhead, Mrs. Sidney Corbet III, Mrs.

Charles T. Fisher, Mrs. William A. Fisher, Mrs. William T.

Gage, Mrs. D. II. O'Donnell, Mrs. F.

X. Zinger, Mrs. A. Louis O'Connor, Mrs. Duncan J.

McNabb, Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mrs. Frank Schoenherr, Mrs. H. P.

Mills, Mrs. John M. Welch, Mrs. Leander Knight, Miss Bess McWilliams, Miss Gertrude Mary Breault, Mrs. H.

P. Mills, Mrs. Charles S. Sidcll, and the Misses Emma, Lucille and Dorothy Lancaster. During the tea hour, Mrs.

Fred Burdeno will be in charge, assisted by Mrs. John M. Mayers, Mrs. Edith Wendell Henderson, Mrs. Jonn Key-ster, Mrs.

Fred Llndley, Mrs. Philip Normandin, Mrs. James P. Beat-ty, Miss Hattie Boucher, Mrs. Joseph Devany, Mrs.

Edward Gat-field, Mrs. Raymond Hugan, Mrs. Edgard J. Fitzgerald and Miss Eileen Mills. Mrs.

Henderson will preside at the tea table. Mrs. Louis Elgler is In charge of the muslo and program for the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.

John McNabb, with their daughter, Barbara, of St. Louis, were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan J. McNabb Monday.

They were en route to their summer home near Holland, Mich. Barbara Brodhead has been the recent house guest of Miss Marion Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Simmons, of University Place, Grosse Pointe Village.

Mrs. McNabb left on Saturday for the McNabb cottage on Sylvan Beach and from there she will take her daughter, Janlth, and her sons, John, Willis and Stuart, and her nephew, Buddy Brodhead, to the Century of Progress Exposition, Mr. and Mrs. Stratford Douglas, of Albany, with their daughters, Mary Lyle and Ellen Earl, and their son, Benjamin, were Island guests on Sunday last. Mr.

and Mrs. Douglas and Benjamin went on to Barton Hills. Ann Arbor, to be the guests of Mrs. Douglas' parents, Prof, and Mrs. Henry T.

Riggs. Mary Lyle and Ellen Earl left for Ann Arbor Tuesday, accompanied by their aunt, Mrs. P. A. Ferwerda, where they will be the guests of Dr.

and Mrs. Louis Hall. I Mr. and Mrs. John Beyster were hosts at a bridge dinner Tuesday evening.

Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. Sunderland, Mr. and Mrs.

Clarence M. Shuler, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. Jewell, Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph T. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F.

Zoll. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gnrrels left today for Ottawa Beach, to bring home their daughter, Miss Helen Garrels, who has spent the past three weeks at Camp Kee-wanowohela.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Lowrie, of East River Road, are opening their home Monday evening for a meeting of the Grosse lie Garden Club. Artistic floral arrangements will be exhibited, of which B.

R. De Petrls, of Grosse Pointe, will be the Judge. Mr. De Petrls will also give an Informal talk as to the theory and art of arranging flowers. Mr.

and Mrs. Andrew Thompson, of Seattle, are arriving this weekend to be the guests of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Arthur Graves, of Macomb Road. Mr.

and Mrs. Edgar W. Helnrlch, who are spending the summer at their cottage on W. River Road, were dinner hosts on Sunday last at the Show Boat honoring Mrs. Heinrich's sister, Mrs.

W. J. brueck-man, of Detroit. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Thuner and their daughter, Winifred, and Miss Mabel Fetterly, of Detroit. Miss Fetterly remnlned to spend the week with Miss Winifred Helnrlch. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley V.

Laub, of Palmer Woods, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. Kenneth Laub on Wednesday. Following an afternoon of tennis, the two Laub families, with Mr.

and Mrs. Waldo M. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Duncan J.

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