The Mansfield News
Rev. Father A. A. Fate officiated at the
wedding of Miss Mary Douglas, daughter of Mrs. A. W.
Douglas, 63 Marvin avenue, Shelby [Ohio] and Lauren C. Ross, Shelby,
son of Charles C. Ross of Shelbyville, Ind., which took place
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the parsonage of St. Mary's catholic
church. Only close friends and relatives witnessed the ceremony.
Mansfield, Richland County, Ohio
Thursday, October 20, 1932
MISS MARY DOUGLAS AND LAUREN C. ROSS
MARRIED AT SHELBY [Ohio]
Ceremony Performed at Parsonage of St. Mary's
Catholic Church by Rev. Father A. A. Fate;
Leave on Western Trip
by Irene Hipp
Brown crepe fashioned the
becoming frock worn by the bride. This was made of long straight lines
with full sleeves. The small hat, slippers and other accessories were also
in brown and for traveling the bride wore a short Lapin jacket. Her
shoulder corsage was of yellow tea roses.
Miss Marjorie Kennedy,
as bridesmaid, wore a black and white crepe frock, small black hat and a
shoulder corsage of pink roses.
Harry May was best
After the ceremony, Mr.
Ross and his bride left on a short western trip and upon their return will live
at 95 Raymond avenue, Shelby.
The bride was graduated
from Shelby, high school in 1924 and has been employed since in the office of
Shelby Salesbook Co. Mr. Ross was graduated from Purdue University in 1928
with the degree of B. S. E. E. and is the manager of the Shelby branch of
the Ohio Fuel Gas Co. He is also secretary of the Shelby Rotary Club.
Contributed by Shelley Hill
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