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OORRIN-YOUNG OORRIN-YOUNG OORRIN-YOUNG WEDDING BRILLIANT Miss Lois Klngsloy Corrln. ilaugU-tcr ilaugU-tcr ilaugU-tcr of Lite late Mr. and lira. William Ij. Corrin of Oil City, "'as married Tuesday evening to Sylvester M. Young, son of B. U. Young of Suora-lnnnt'o, Suora-lnnnt'o, Suora-lnnnt'o, 'Oil., says the Pittsburg Dispatch. Dispatch. nev. Joseph Speers read the marriage aervlcc In St. Stephen's Protestant Episcopal church, Wil-klnsaurs, Wil-klnsaurs, Wil-klnsaurs, which was handsomely decorated with ferns, palms, tropical tropical plants and white autumn flow-era. flow-era. flow-era. The bride was given In marriage marriage bv her brother, William H. Corrln, or Oil City. The bridal gowir. waa Ivory' satin with court trains, trimmed with rose points lace; the cap of rose pointe lace was held with orango blossoms, and, flowing from (he Sack was the tulle bridal veil. The flowers were Lrido's roses, with a center of pink sweetheart roses. . Miss Susanna Young, the maid of honor, sister of the bridegroom, wore a gown of pink French taffeta embroidered in silver and earrisd sink Wayne, Corrin, the small nephew 01 bride, completed the brklul party, and wore a pretty auit of white sile and carried the ring in the heart of a big white ll!y. Tin f us C. TdclOnley nf Nw CnsUe. best man.! The. ushers were Albert G. Burlce or Chicago, Claude E. Griffin, Harvey A. Miller ami Reybnru P. Gove, all of this City. Immediately following the church ceremony a reception and bridal supper supper waa given at the Penwood club. John B. Corrln, with whom the bride rusides, received with Ihe bridal party, also Mr. and Mrs. William William Corron of Oil City. Mrs. Cor-riu'a Cor-riu'a Cor-riu'a gown waa gold mnsEaliue and cream lace. Others in the receiving receiving line were Mr, and Mrs. H. V. Tyrrell 'of Toronto, sisler and brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Mrs. 'Pyrrol's gown was blue Dresden silk with crystal trimmings. The receiving receiving group stood before an artistic artistic embankment of Terns, tropical tropical plant and palms. The rest of the 'Clubhouse was decorated with pink asters, ferns aud tropical plants, Later there was dancing n nd a bridal supper. The bride's table, with places for 14, held a centerpiece of pink dahlias tied with blue satin ribbon. The favors were pink satin boles and cuplds and were concealed in the cake, being drawn out with broad streamers uT blue satin ribbon. Guests at the bridal table, Including the bridal party were Mr. and Mrs. Tyrrell,1 Miss Martha Black, Mrs. 13. W. Khea. Miss Kegina Lee and Miss Harriet Harriet Hazzard oE Monongahola. Later Later Mr. mid Mrs. Young left for the l'oung Cottage on Sparrow Lake, in Canada, and upon their return after JTovcDiber 1, will bo at home with the bride's brother, John B. Corrln In Singer place, WUkinsburg.,

Clipped from New Castle News22 Sep 1915, WedPage 3

New Castle News (New Castle, Pennsylvania)22 Sep 1915, WedPage 3
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