Earl W. Seeley

Personal

Gender: Male

Marriage

Spouse: Marjorie Wall

Date of Marriage: July 2, 1950

Marriage Place: Los Angeles, CA

Miss Marjorie Wall of Los Angeles became the bride of Earl W. Seeley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Seeley of Arroyo Grande, at nuptial rites which were performed recently at the Arlington Christian church in Los Angeles.

The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William N. Wall of Los Angeles.

She was gowned in white marquisette and lace designed over a hoop and fashioned with a high neckline, a Peter Pan collar and buttoned bodice. The full skirt was looped up and caught with tiny rosebuds. Her matching marquisette bonnet held a fingertip veil of bride’s illusion net.

She carried a colonial bouquet center with white orchids.

Mrs. John Trudgeon was matron of honor and Miss Lois Buchen and Mrs. D.H. Dutton served as bridesmaids.

The attendants were gowned in aqua and rose organdy styled to harmonize with the lines of the bride’s gown and wore matching organdy halos with pastel sweet peas in their hair. They carried colonial bouquets of variegated pastel sweet peas.

Kathleen Broden was flower girl, and the ringbearers were Ronald Shanks and Jeffrey Thomas.

Fred G. Low served the groom as best man.

Gerald Bennett and Don Shanks were ushers.

A reception followed the wedding in the church parlors, after which the newlyweds left for a honey moon at Big Bear.

The bride is a graduate of Arroyo Grande High school and from California State Polytechnic college.

The young couple plan to make their home in San Luis Obispo.

Published in the San Luis Obispo Telegram-Tribune (San Luis Obispo, CA), Wednesday, July 12, 1950

[Great-grandson of SGS #2648 – Earl William; Arthur Meacham; Charles; Timothy (#2648); Horace (#950); Nathaniel; Justus; John; Benjamin; Nathaniel; Robert]