BioM: Beaver, Sally Ann (1964)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: Beaver, Sebold

----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 20 Oct 1964

Beaver, Sally Ann (24 Oct 1964)

Miss Sally Ann Beaver, Marshfield was united in marriage at a Nuptial High Mass, Saturday, October 24 at 1:30 p.m. at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Marshfield to Douglas Victor Sebold, Marshfield.

Sally Ann is the daughter OF Mr. and Mrs. Matt J. Beaver, former residents of Loyal. Douglas Sebold is the son of Mr. and mrs. Victor Sebold, Marshfield.

The altar of the church was decorated with two bouquets of yellow, bronze and white chrysanthemums. Rev. David Gilles, performed the ceremony.

The bride, who came down the aisle with her father, who presented her in marriage, wore a floor length gown of peu de sol, styled with a scoop neckline, and semi controlled skirt with a chapel train. Her four tiered veil was securded to a white floral headpiece. She carried yellow rosws, white pompoms, lily of the valley, and ivy fashioned into a cascade arrangements.

The matron of honor, Mrs. Alfred Hills Jr. of Loyal, sister of the bride, was dressed in a full length acetate satin brocade dress of Kelly green with a scoop neckline and self fabric bow at the waistline. She wore a matching bow headpiece and carried a cascade arrangement of gold and bronze pompoms.

The bridesmaids were Miss Gail Frank, Marshfield, a friend of the bride, and junior bridesmaid was Jane Beaver, sister of the bride. The aides were dressed the same as the matron of honor and also carried flowers the same

The best man was Alfred Hills Jr., Loyal, brother-in-law of the bride.

The groomsmen were Dick Schreindl, Marshfield, a friend of the couple and John Sebold, Marshfield, brother of the groom.

Acting as ushers were Ray Miller, Marshfield, brother of the bride and Glen Sebold, Marshfield, brother of the groom.

Music was furnished by the Girls Choir of the church.

A reception was held in the afternoon in the Hall of St John’s School, followed by a supper in the cafeteria.

The bride is a 1963 graduate of Columbus High School and is employed as bookkeeper teller at the Central State Bank.

The groom attended the same school; and is a lead man at Silvaplex.

Following a honeymoon in Michigan and the Apostle Islands, the couple will live at 412 Clark St. in Marshfield.



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