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Jessie Belle Seely

Personal

Gender: Female

Marriage

Spouse: Gustavus A. Axelson

Date of Marriage: November 30, 1921

Marriage Place: Orange, CA

Pretty Ceremony at Orange Unites Hemet Girl And Los Angeles Man

Of interest to many in this city was the wedding which last night united on of Hemet’s popular girls and a prominent business man of Los Angeles in the persons of Miss Jessie Belle Seely and Gustavus A. Axelson.

The wedding was a charmingly appointed on at the beautiful home of the bride’s sister, Mrs. J.J. Collins, East Chapman avenue, Orange, and was witnessed by a large gathering of friends and relatives of the contracting parties.

Promptly at 8 o’clock, as Mrs. O.G. Lolmaugh of Hemet, a niece of Mr. Axelson, played the wedding march, the bride, gowned in heavy white charmeuse, beaded in pearls, with a chaplet of orange blossoms resting on her lovely hair, entered the room attended by Miss Agnes Hoskin, of Hemet, as maid of honor.  Miss Hoskin wore a dainty pink frock and carried an arm cluster of pink rosebuds and maidenhair fern, while the bride carried a shower of lilies of the valley and fern.

Mr. Axelson attended by C.A. Stilson, of Los Angeles, as best man, joined his bride at the improvised altar, where they spoke their vows before the Rev. J. Edward Cochrane, of Los Angeles, a cousin of the groom, after which they received the congratulations and best wishes of all present before leaving on their honeymoon.

Following their return to Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Axelson hope soon to have possession of the beautiful new home which is being erected at 137 West Avenue 49, near Sycamore Grove.

Miss Seely, as the daughter of Mrs. Margaret Seely, was one of the most popular girls in Hemet.  She is a native daughter of California.

Mr. Axelson is one of the senior members of the firm of the Axelson Machine company, a large corporation of Los Angeles.  He is also state president of the Founders and Employers’ association and is well known in business, church and social circles in this section of the state.

He is well known in Santa Ana, where he often visits the family of his sister, Mrs. G.P. Hill.

Among the guest gathered for the wedding were:

Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Axelson, Mr. and Mrs. D.F. Axelson, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Axelson, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hartman, Miss Floy E. Axelson, Mrs. C.A. Homaker, Leonard E. Homaker, E.W. Hartman, C.A. Stilson, Mrs. Edna Hughes, Los Angeles; Mrs. Margaret Seely, L.G. Seely, Edward E. Seely, Mr. and Mrs. E.F. McDowell, Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Lolmough, Mrs. Robert I. Dunn, Mrs. F.A. Blackburn, Hemet; Mr. and Mrs. G.P. Hill, Miss Phyllis Hill, Miss Viola Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hill, Santa Ana; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lockett, Villa Park; Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Collins, Miss Eva Collins, Ross Collins, Orange; and Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Harthorn, Fillmore.

Published in the Santa Ana Register (Santa Ana, California) Thursday December 1, 1921

[Granddaughter of SGS # 2665 – Jessie Belle; George Washington; Norman B. (#2665); Jeduthan/Juduthen (#975); Ebenezer; David; John; Benjamin; Nathaniel; Robert]