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Frank S. Seeley

Personal

Gender: Male

Marriage

Spouse: Dorothy Willis

Date of Marriage: November 28, 1955

Marriage Place: McGill, NV

Couple Married At Informal Ceremony

ELY, Nov. 28 – Former Miss Dorothy Willis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Willis of McGill became the bride of Frank S. Seeley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley of Ogden, Utah, at an impressive double-ring ceremony performed recently in the home of the bride’s parents in McGill. The rites were solemnized by Bishop Ward Gottfredson of the Ely First Ward Latter Day Saints Church, 7:30 p.m.

For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of blue tissue taffeta, fashioned in ballerina length. She wore pink accessories and her flowers were pink roses.

Her attendants were Miss Marian Ingle of McGill as maid of honor and Mrs. Keith Arterburn of Ely, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Miss Ingle wore a gray afternoon dress with pink accessories. Mrs. Arterburn wore blue taffeta with accessories of white.

Pete Boundy was best man for the bridegroom.

Mrs. Willis chose for her daughter’s wedding a gown of blue gray taffeta in an afternoon style and with white accessories. Mrs. Seeley, mother of the bridegroom, was unable to attend the ceremony.

Immediately after the wedding close friends and members of the families enjoyed a wedding supper prepared by the bride’s mother and served in the Willis home in McGill.

A honeymoon was taken to Northern Utah and the bride chose for traveling a suit of green with which she wore white accessories. The couple now reside at 296 Ogden Ave., Ely.

The new Mrs. Seeley was graduated from the local high school in 1955 and the bridegroom is a graduate of Montello, Nevada High School, also with the class of last June. He is employed by Kennecott Copper Corporation and Mrs. Seeley is employed in the office of Shell Oil Co. in Ely.

Published in the Nevada State Journal, November 29, 1955 page 5