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Daniel Cecil Seely

Personal

Gender: Male

Marriage

Spouse: Frances Marie Loster

Date of Marriage: May 22, 1937

Marriage Place: Linwood, PA

SEELY – LOSTER

A pretty wedding took place at 10 o’clock Saturday morning, when Frances Marie Loster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Loster, Sr., 636 Post road, Trainer, and Daniel Cecil Seely, of 66 Post road, Trainer, were united in holy wedlock by the Rev. P.J. Gausch, of the Holy Saviour Church, Linwood.

The bride was attended by her cousin, Miss Elizabeth M. Seaman, of Philadelphia, and John Frank Seely, brother of the groom, from Raleigh, N.C., acted as best man.

The bride was gowned in ivory damask satin, a princess model, en train, with shoulder lace and train lace. Her tulle veil was draped to form a coronet and was held by orange blossoms on each side. Her only jewelry consisted of a white gold cross and chain. She carried white roses and lilies of the valley.

Her only attendant, Miss Seaman, wore a long flowing aqua-marine lace dress with jacket and short puffed sleeves, with matching slippers and draped head and face veil held on by a silver tiara. Her bouquet consisted of yellow roses and blue delphiniums.

Following the ceremony a large reception took place at the home of the bride, which was attended by relatives and friends from Allentown, North Carolina, Philadelphia, New York, Marcus Hook and this city.

Following their return from an extended tour through the southern states, Mr. and Mrs. Seeley will be at home to their friends, 636 Post road, Trainer, after June 7.

Published in the Chester Times, (Chester, PA) Monday, May 24, 1937 page 8