Glen Carr Seeley

Personal

Gender: Male

Marriage

Spouse: Hanna Paulk

Date of Marriage: June 19, 1907

Marriage Place: Los Angeles, CA

HAVE ELABORATE WEDDING CEREMONY

WILL PASS HONEYMOON IN GRAND CANYON

Hold Service In Woman’s Club House. Bride and Bridegroom Stand Before Bank of Bamboo and Gladioli

Miss Hanna Paulk, daughter of Mrs. Mary L. Paulk of 1747 Magnolia avenue, and Glen Carr Seeley of Pasadena were married yesterday afternoon at the Woman’s club house, 940 South Figueroa street.

Miss Alvina Paulk, attending as maid of honor, and the Misses Stella, Grace and Wilhelmina Paulk as bridesmaids, were all gowned alike in dainty pale blue crepe de chine gowns and carried pink sweet peas. The bride was handsomely gowned in a cream satin, made princess, trimmed with lace and appliqué, with veil, and she carried a shower of lilies of the valley. H. W. Mallman was best man and Berry Salmon and Norman Dickins served as ushers.

Rev. Frederick A. Field officiated and Mrs. W. H. Jamison, vocalist, and the Wetzel orchestra furnished the wedding music. The back of the stage was effectively massed with bamboo and live oak branches, relieved by white gladioli and yucca blossoms. The archway was covered with asparagus plumosus and in front of the bank of palms were white columns supporting palms and ferns. The aisle down which the bridal party passed was outlined with pillars and ribbons, and in the parlors, where the wedding reception was held after the ceremony, white carnations, brake and ferns were artistically combined. Miss Waite had charge of the decorations. When Mr. and Mrs. Seeley return from a two weeks’ visit to the Grand canyon they will be at home to their friends at 129 Fair Oaks avenue, South Pasadena.

Published in the Los Angeles Herald, June 20, 1907

[Great-great-grandson of SGS # 2486 – Forest Glenn; Glenn Carr; Orlando L.; William Daniel; Schubel/Shuble (# 2486); Justus (# 914); David; Justus; John; Benjamin; Nathaniel; Robert]