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Miss Hunter and Marshall Ulf to Be Married June 9

Announcements of the approaching marriage of Miss Dorothy Hunter, daughter of Mrs. Lillian Hunter, of Tidioute, and Marshall Wendell Ulf, son of Charles A. Ulf, of Tidioute, have been received by numerous Warren friends. The ceremony will take place at high noon on Saturday, June 9, at the First Presbyterian church at Tidioute with the Rev. Thomas Lambert, pastor of the church, officiating.

The wedding ceremony will be followed by a reception at the home of the bride's mother at 258 East Main street, Tidioute. Following a wedding trip, the bride and bridegroom will be at home at 1990 Ford Drive, Cleveland, Ohio.

Mrs. W. F. Clinger, 316 Conewango avenue, Warren, a sister of the bride to be, will be matron of honor at the marriage ceremony. Bridesmaids will be Miss Dorothy Jenkins of Philadelphia, Miss Margaret Faunce of Pittsburgh, Miss Levina May Knight of Akron, Ohio, and Miss Elizabeth Ulf, of Kane. Dorothy and Elizabeth Clinger, small daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clinger, will be flower girl and train bearer, respectively. Richard Ulf, of Boston, will also be a train bearer at the wedding.

Mr. Ulf's best man at the ceremony will be his brother, Dorman Ulf, of Boston. Ushers will be Howard Hoffman of Cleveland, Marshall Bucklin of Tidioute, Franklin Ulf of Kane and J. A. Hunter of Gowanda, N. Y., a brother of the bride.

The nuptial event will unite two of the most prominent families of Tidioute. Miss Hunter is a graduate of Smith College at Northampton, Mass., and is a prominent member of the social circle in this vicinity. She is a sister of Mrs. Clinger and J. Livingston Hunter, of this city. Mr. Ulf is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.

Source: Saturday, May 26, 1928 edition of The Warren Tribune, page 8, column 1.




* Source: History Of Warren County Pennsylvania with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, edited by J.S. Schenck, assisted by W.S. Rann; Syracuse, N.Y.; D Mason & Co., Publishers; 1887.



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