William Tighe - Blanche Doyle Married
Well known, young people of ITpperf Pittston, Wilt - lam B. Tighe and Miss Blanche M. Doyle, gave their friends a pleasant surprise this morning when they telephoned home from Wilkesbarre that they had been united in marriage. The interesting cere - nyny was performed at even o'clock this morning :n St. Mary's Church, Upper Pittston, by the pastor. Rev. George Dixon. The couple were attended by Mr. and M - :. Robert Conner. The wedding party motored to Wilkesbarre, where they had breakfast at the Sterling, afterward returning to the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Doyle. 822 North Main' street, where they receiv ed the good wishes of a company of relatives and mends which gathered quickly on announcement of the marriage; Mr. Tigue is a trainman on the Lehigh Valley Railroad. The bride has been employed in her father's store, Mr. and Mrs. Tigue will - reside on North Main street.