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Miss DeLong And Prof. Umbach Speak Vows

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Miss DeLong And Prof. Umbach Speak Vows
The enclosed garden of the Michigan League, on one of the fairest of afternoons, made a Farely beautiful June day setting for the ceremony yesterday afternoon, at which Miss Virginia Mae DeLong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David A. DeLong of Brooklyn Ave and Prof. William E. Umbach of Cleveland, 0., spoke their marriage vows.
Officiating at the rites were Rev. R. Edward Sayles of the First Baptist church and Rev. Eckhard Umbach of Cleveland, O., father of the bridegroom. The double ring service was used, the bride's ring being the wedding ring of her mother, her grandmother and great grandmother.
The bridal music preceding and after the ceremony added to the charm of the setting, with selections played by Miss Mary Jane Clark of Detroit, harpist, Miss Mary McDonough of Mishawaka, Ind., cellist, and Miss Eileen Eicheldinger of Ann Arbor violinist.
Ribbons Form Aisle The wedding party stood before a bench which was flanked by tall urns of white peonies and gladioli. White ribbons held by the ushers formed an aisle for the bride and her attendants with her father, who gave her in marriage.
White duchess satin fashioned the bridal robes of Vionnet design. The princess model had a long train, a round yoke of pearl beads on silk net, long sleeves shirred at the top and fitted below the elbow, and a row of small buttons the length of the back.
The veil of floor length was held by a scalloped coronation cap of lace with a band of seed pearls and orange blossoms. Miss DeLong carried a shower of white roses, swansonia, and snapdragons.
The maid of honor, Miss Louise Mars of Third St., a member of Kappa Phi, wore a frock of robin's egg blue mousseline de soie, with pastel-shaded forget-me-nots and rosebuds of felt appliqued over it. The frock was fashioned with a full skirt and puffed sleeves. Johanna Hill roses, lavender larkspur and yellow daisies formed her bouquet.
Wear Similar Dresses The dresses of the four bridesmaids were similar to that of Miss Mars, made of peach-colored mousseline. The bridesmaids, each of whom wore a matching band in her hair with four roses at the side, were the Misses Ruth Haedike of Chicago, a cousin of the bridegroom, and Lola Frances Corwin and Margaret Louise Corwin of New London, Conn. and Marion Grane of Hartford, Conn., cousins of the bride. Their flowers were Talisman, roses, pink larkspur and yellow daisies. | Dressed in white, Donald D. | Prochnow, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Prochnow of E. (Washington St., carried the rings in | pink roses on a white lace-trimmed satin cushion.
Prof. Umbach was assisted by | David A. DeLong. jr. a brother of the bride, as best man, and the ushers were Walter Van Hoek of Detroit, Gordon Stow of Lansing, George Stroebe of Riverside, Calif., and Richard Tasch of Ann Arbor. | The junior ushers were Richard A.
DeLong a brother of the bride, and | Russell A. Dodge, son of Prof. and Mrs. R. A. Dodge of Baldwin Ave. | About 200 guests attended the ceremony and the reception which followed. The wedding party had dinner in a private dining room of the League after the reception, and Prof. Umbach and his bride left for a motor trip through northern Michigan, in the course of which
they will spd some time at Glen Jlake and Houghton lake. 1 A cape suit of Wallis blue lace with navy blue taffeta bindings and buttons was the going-away costume of the bride, worn with navy blue accessories and taffeta hat trimmed with Wallis,blue.
At Home June 30 The couple will be at home at 1617 Brooklyn Ave. after June 30, for the summer, 'while Prof. Umbach is taking work in the Univer-1 sity toward his doctorate. After September they will live in CleveJland.
The bride is a sophomore student in the University and is a member of Kappa Phi society. Prof. Umbach, who is a member of the faculty of Case school of Applied Science at Cleveland, received his bachelor's degree from Denison (university in 1934, and his master's degree from the University in 1935. He is affiliated with Kappa Sigma fraternity, and a member of, Phi Beta Kappa and of Tau Kappa Alpha, national forensic honorary society.
Attending the wedding from out of the city were Mrs; Nina M. Corwin of New London, Conn. and Mrs. Lola Grane of Hartford, Cann., aunts of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Van Hoek of Detroit.