Wedding Bells Ring For Faculty Members Ruth Ford Will Take Vows April 7 Miss Ruth Ford, English instructor in-structor at South high school, and daughter of P.- J. Ford of 1215 East 4th South, will be married to Ray Watkins, son of C. A. Wat-kins, Wat-kins, of Ogden. At an informal wedding ceremony, cere-mony, the couple will take their marital vows at the home of the bride's father, on April 7. A dinner was given at the Lion House yesterday for relatives and intimate friends by Miss Ford's father. fa-ther. During the previous week, Miss Ford was entertained at a dinner and a shower at the home of Mrs. Ward Holbrook of Bountiful. She is to be entertained Saturday, April 11, by Mrs. L. E. Viko, 62 Virginia street. Mrs. Helen Gou-cher Gou-cher will entertain Friday evening, April 10, at her home. Miss Ford has been teaching English and Journalism at South for five years. She was the sponsor spon-sor of the Scribe during 1938-39. Previous to her teaching at South she taught in Rexburg and Malad, Idaho. Miss Ford is a graduate of Malad high school and the University of Utah. Barbara Biesinger Will Marry April 7 Arrangements are being made for the approaching wedding of Miss Barbara Biesinger, instructor of physical education at South high school, to Jack H. Green, on April 7. The marriage will take place in the Salt Lake L D S temple. tem-ple. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Biesinger, Biesin-ger, 1414 Logan avenue. Miss Biesinger and Mr. Green are both graduates of the Univer sity of Utah, where Miss Biesinger Biesin-ger was associated with Cwean, Lambda, Delta Sigma, the Woman's Wom-an's Recreation association and Orchesis. Several showers, a luncheon, and a buffet supper have been given in honor of Miss Beisinger during the past few weeks. She was also honored hon-ored at a faculty tea last Monday with Miss Ruth Ford. Miss Beisinger's friends have arranged ar-ranged for future kitchen, miscellaneous miscel-laneous and gadjet showers. A wedding supper, attended by the families of the prospective couple, will succeed the informal ceremony, after which the bride and groom will leave for a short honeymoon. The future Mrs. Green will complete her teaching term.