Thomas G Beach & Joan E Silves wedding announcement Nov 1963
MRS. THOMAS (TIM) BEACH Wed in Good Hope Lutheran Church Ceremony Unites Couple On Thanksgiving Day Good Hope Lutheran Church was the setting for the wedding of Joan E. Silves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin T. Silves of Seneca RD 1, and Thomas George (Tim) Beach, son of Mr, and Mrs. Elmer E. Beach of 27 Plum St. Rev. F, Leroy Sarver, pastor of the church, officiated at the 4:30 p.m. Thursday double ring ceremonv. Mrs. ueorjte ijarnic 'was the organist and William F. Johnson, brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law ot the bride, was the vocalist. Given in marriage by her fa ther, the bride was attired in a floor length gown of peau de soie styled with a Chantiliy lace bodice, sweetheart neckline, and full length traditional sleeves which formed wedding points over her hands. Bows of peau de soie decorated the lace'cov-ered lace'cov-ered lace'cov-ered front panel of the control- control- ed skirt. forward crown of seed pearls and lace secured her billowing billowing veil of illusion. She carried carried a cascade bouquet of white mums centered with pmk roses. Diane Beach, maid of honor. appeared m a street length sheath dress of brilliant pink, stvled with a bateau neckline and three - quarter length sleeves. The controlled over-1 over-1 over-1 skirt was caught in frunt wilh a self-iabric self-iabric self-iabric ruse. Her headpiece was a circular veil and she carried a white fur muff with pink roses and white nbDon streamers. Paul Clark served as best man wilh Kenneth Etael a n.d Larry Beach as ushers. Aides for the reception were Mrs. Connie Etzel, Diana Squire and Mrs. Sandra Fento. For traveling the bride select-, select-, select-, ed a blue, wool dress with black! accessories and a pink rose cor sage. Upnn return' from a northern weddins trip the newlyweds will reside at m Hoffman Ave. The new Mrs. Beach is a 19C3 graduate of Cranberry Area! High School and is employed by the First Seneca Bank-ana Bank-ana Bank-ana trust company as a nooKKeeper, The bridesroom is a . i9601 graduate of Oil City Senior High School and is employed uy Ve nango Newspapers Inc. (Photo by Erustle's Studio) Titiisville Woman Gives Chalk Talk Mrs. John Twilchell of Titus-, Titus-, Titus-, ills presented a chalk talk at the November roll call meeting of Iota Sisrma WCTU in the, Salvation Army Citadel.