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MARRIAGE NOTICES

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Marriage Notice for Willard SEIK to Blanche E. Gossett, 3 Oct 1924

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US Census:

Large File 1910, line 1: Blanche Gossett -- age 6, Parents: John B,
Julia MT Pleasant, Washington, PA born abt 1904 Pennsylvania Daughter [Monongahela city; Mt. Pleasant township (part of) Precinct 1]
Large File 1920: John B. Gosset [John B. Goscit] wife, Jennie A. res: Mount Pleasant, Washington, Pennsylvania John born abt 1864 Belgium White Head 
Large File 1920, line 62: Charles Seik wife: Minnie Res: Chartiers, Washington, PA born abt 1878 Pennsylvania Head 
Willard Seik age 19 in 1920. Parents: Charles W. age 41 and Minnie C. age 46.
1930: Might be same person as Willard Sykes wife Blanche Detroit, Wayne, MI born abt 1903 Virginia Head 

From the McDonald, PA Record ~or~ Outlook newspaper of Oct. 10, 1924, page unknown:

GOSSETT - SEIK
[ SEIK is the Groom. ]


[This should likely read:]   Friday morning, October 3, 1924 __ [at] ten o'clock, the marriage of Miss Bla___ [Blanche] GOSSETT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ___ [possibly John B. and Julia] GOSSETT  of near Canonsburg, and ___lard [Willard] SEIK, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ch___ [possibly Charles W.] SEIK of near Hickory, was solem___ [solemnized] by the Rev. Forest EBERLE in the L__eran [Lutheran] church parsonage at Canonsb___ [Canonsburg Pa]. The couple were unattended. The ___ [bride] wore a traveling suit of blue.  Imm___ately [Immediately] after the ceremony the couple ___ [left] for the bride's home, where a f___ [four] course wedding dinner was served. ___ [Mr.] and Mrs. SEIK were the guests of ho___ [honor] at a reception given last Friday nigh_ [night at] __ the home of the bridegroom's pare_ [parents,] Mr. and Mrs. Charles [W.] SEIK, near Hick___ [Hickory, Pa].  More than 100 guests were present _ [to] extend congratulations.  Lunch ___ [was] served, the hostess being assisted _ [by] Mrs. H. C. RASEL, Mrs. Joseph KLIN__ and Mrs. Joseph DICHAK of Canonsb___ [Canonsburg Pa] as aides.  Guests were present fr__ [from] Hickory, Thomas, Westland, Washi_ton [Washington, Pa], Bentleyville, Cherry Valley, Buff___ [Buffington??, Pa] and Canonsburg. The couple recei___ [received] a large number of gifts. Mr. and M___ SEIK will be at home to their frie___ [friends] on the ROBB farm.

[****lard SEIK to Bla**** Gossett, 3 Oct 1924 ;
Willard SEIK to Blanche E. Gossett, 3 Oct 1924 ] seik_gossett_10-10-1924  (WD)

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Marriage notice for George Valle SEIPEL to Louise Lorraine Hartman, no date, in 6-23-1927 paper

From the McDonald, PA Record-Outlook newspaper of June 23, 1927, page unknown:

HARTMAN - SEIPEL 
[SEIPEL is the GROOM.]


A very pretty wedding ceremony took place in the William Penn hotel, Pittsburgh on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock when Miss Louise Lorraine HARTMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. HARTMAN, of McDonald, became the bride of Mr. George Valle SEIPEL, of New York City, the Rev. B. B. HARRISON, of Ford City, officiating. The
wedding took place before an embankment of palms and ferns. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of white satin embroidered in pearls. Orange blossoms and pearls formed the coronet for the veil of tulle which was embroidered in pearls. She carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies-of-valley. Miss Alma HAYES, of Imperial, schoolmate of the bride, was bridesmaid and appeared in a gown of pink georgette and carried a bouquet of Sweetheart roses.  Harrison HARTMAN, brother of the bride was best man. Miss Marie HINKLE, of Bellevue, played the wedding music. Charles HARTMAN, brother of the bride, was usher.  Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served with places for 18 at the bride's table which was decorated in pink and white peonies, bride's roses and delphinium.
Mr. and Mrs. SEIPEL left for a trip to Atlantic City and other points of interest and on their return will be at home in New York City. Miss HARTMAN is a graduate of McDonald High school and the Pittsburgh University and for the past four years has been a teacher of science, last year which was in the Monessen High school. Mr.
SEIPEL is a structural engineer. 

[ George Valle SEIPEL to Louise Lorraine Hartman, no date, in 6-23-1927 paper ]  seipel_hartman_06-23-1927  (CT-L)

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Marriage Notice for Rev. (no given name) SELF to Sarah Wallace, 29 May 1917

 

From the McDonald, PA Record newspaper of June 1, 1917, page unknown:

SELF - WALLACE

Mr. and Mrs. T. P. GEORGE entertained at a family dinner at their home in Third street on Memorial Day, in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. SELF.  Mrs. SELF was Miss Sarah WALLACE. She and Mr. SELF were married at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. WALLACE, in the North Side, Pittsburgh, at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, May 20th, and started Thursday morning for Welser, Idaho, where Mr. SELF has an appointment under the Home Mission Board of the United Presbyterian Church. Quite a number of the bride's friends called at the GEORGE home on Wednesday afternoon to extend congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. SELF.  The out-of-town callers were J. H. McBURNEY and family of Canonsburg, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. WALLACE, Mrs. J. M. MOORE and daughter June and Mrs. Emma GEORGE of Midway.

[ Rev. (no given name) SELF to Sarah Wallace, 29 May 1917 ] self_wallace_06-01-1917_record (S)  Also typed by (AD).

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Marriage Notice for Charles SELL to Catherine White, 15 Mar 1924

 

From the McDonald, PA Record ~or~ Outlook newspaper of March 21, 1924, page unknown:

[ SELL - WHITE ]

A wedding of last week which came as a surprise to his friends was that of Mr. Charles SELL of Noblestown and Miss Catherine WHITE of Library, who were quietly married on Saturday, March 15, 1921, at Washington, Pa., with Mr. Peter HABUNET and Miss Irene SCHAFER as attendants. Best wishes are extended to them for a happy journey through life. 

[ Charles SELL to Catherine White, 15 Mar 1924 ] sell_white_03-21-1924  (CT-L) 

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Marriage Notice for Americo SELLA to Gertrude Arvella Durain, 1 Mar 1944

 

From the McDonald, PA Record-Outlook newspaper of March 17, 1944, page unknown:

SELLA - DURAIN

Miss Gertrude Arvella DURAIN, daughter of Joseph DURAIN of Reccoon, and Americo SELLA, son of Mrs. Rose DeNOBLE of Raccoon, were united in marriage Wednesday, March 1, 1944, by the Rev. Jacob W. SHRADER of the Methodist church, Independence.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold RIGGLE, sister and brother-in-law of the bridegroom, were the attendants.

Mrs. SELLA is a 1936 graduate of Burgettstown high school.  Mr. SELLA is employed by the Alex PARRIS Construction Co. of Candor.

[ Americo SELLA to Gertrude Arvella Durain, 1 Mar 1944 ] sella_durain_03-17-1944_RO 

* (CT-L) = Some weddings typed by Volunteer Carol Taylor-Lanza.
* (AD) = Some articles typed by volunteer Amy Denecke.
* (WD) Some articles typed by Volunteer Wilberta DiVincenzo.

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This page includes:  
[****lard SEIK to Bla**** Gossett, 3 Oct 1924 ;
Willard SEIK to Blanche E. Gossett, 3 Oct 1924]
George Valle SEIPEL to Louise Lorraine Hartman, no date, in 6-23-1927 paper
Rev. (no given name) SELF to Sarah Wallace, 29 May 1917
Charles SELL to Catherine White, 15 Mar 1924
Americo SELLA to Gertrude Arvella Durain, 1 Mar 1944


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