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CORRIN-YOUNG CORRIN-YOUNG CORRIN-YOUNG Local Guests at Wedding of Former Local Resident at Wilkinsburg Tuesday Evening. In St. Stephen's P. E. Church, at Wilkinsburg, at 8 o'clock Tuesday night, Miss Lois Kingsley Corrin of Binger place, Wilkinsburg, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William L. Corrin of Oil City, Pa., became the bride of Sylvester MacMathan Young, eon of Mr. B. U. Young of Sacramento, Sacramento, Cal., formerly of New Castle, says the Pittsburgh Gazette-Times. Gazette-Times. Gazette-Times. The service was read by the Rev. Joseph Speers, rector of the church, and Miss Genet presided at the organ.. organ.. Masses of white asters and foliage foliage plants decorated the church. The bride, wno was given m marriage marriage by her brother, William H. Corrin of Oil City, wore a gown of ivory white satin, en train, and trimmed trimmed with rose point lace. Her veil was held In place with a cap of real lace; her. bouquet was of bride and sweetheart roses. Miss Susann3 Young of. Sacramento, a sister of Mr. Young, as maid of honor, wore pink sprigged taffeta with silver embroidery, embroidery, and carried an armful of pink asters. Wayne Corria, a small nephew of the bride, as ring bearer, wore a white satin suit , Rufus C. McKinley of New Castle, Pa., served as best man, and the ushers ushers were: Albert G. Burke Jr. of Chicago, Chicago, 111.; Harvey A. Miller, C. E. Griffin and R. F. Grove, all of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh. A reception in the Pennwood club followed the ceremony, and in the receiving group, in addition to the bridal party, were John B. Corrin, a brother of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. William H. Corrin and Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Tyrrell of Toronto, Canada, the latter a sister of Mr. Young. Cibodium ferns and palms decorated decorated the reeeption room, and pink dahlias, dahlias, cauught with blue tulle, carrying carrying out the wedding colors, adorned the bride's table. For favors there were pink satin boxes, mounted with .cupids. Covers were laid for fourteen, fourteen, including Mr. and Mrs. Tyrrell Mrs. E. W. Rhea, Miss Martha Black, Miss Regina Lee of Wilkinsburg, and Miss Harriet Hazzard of Monongahe-la, Monongahe-la, Monongahe-la, Pa., in addition to the bridal party. party. An orchestra Was in attendance at the reception and there was dancing. dancing. Mr. and Mrs. Young departed later for a Canadian trip, stopping some time at the Young cottage, Sparrow Sparrow Lake. Upon their return they will live in Wilkinsburg. New Castle guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Crawford Hoyt and Rufus C. McKinley. McKinley. of Cherry

Clipped from New Castle Herald22 Sep 1915, WedPage 7

New Castle Herald (New Castle, Pennsylvania)22 Sep 1915, WedPage 7
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