Monday, June 25, 2012

Doig, Russell I. Wed to Frances Allene Ritter 1932 at Oneonta

Doig, Russell I. Wed to Frances Allene Ritter 1932 at Oneonta

Doig-Ritter Marriage In Oneonta U. P. Church

Popular Teacher at Edmeston Weds Principal
of Trumansburg Central School--
Pre-Nuptial Events

On Tuesday morning, June 30, occurred the marriage of Frances Allene, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Ritter of Edmeston, to Russell I. Doig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Doig of Upland, Cal., at the United Presbyterian church in Oneonta, the Rev. V. M. Cosby, pastor of that church, officiating.
The bride was attended by Miss Elizabeth Bass of Edmeston and William Talbot, also of Edmeston, acted as best man.
Promptly at 10 o'clock to an organ accompainment, the bridal party assembled at the altar. The bride wore a gown of eggshell satin and lace, with matching horsehair hat and matching accessories. She carried a bouquet of Mrs. Coolidge roses. The maid of honor wore natural linen lace, with Panama hat and matching accessories. She carried a bouquet of pink Briarcliff roses.
Following the ceremony the guests motored to the Trelawn inn at Delhi, where a wedding breakfast was served. Immediately after the breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Doig left on a wedding trip. After September 1 they will be at home at 14 South street, Trumansburg.
The bride was graduated from the Edmeston High school in 1923 and from the College of Home Economics, Syracuse university, in 1927. She held a position in Charleston, Vt., and for the past three years has taught Homemaking in the Edmeston High school.
The bridegroom was graduated from the Walton High school in 1918, and from Cornell university in 1923. For two years he taught agriculture in the Edmeston High school, then instructed in science in the New York State School of Agriculture at St. Lawrence university. During the past five years he has been principal of the Edmeston High school. He has accepted the position of super-

The saved clipping ended with super-. At least the main information was included. Transcribed by Donna Davenport from the Mary Boice Gale

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