G Beacom & Miller 1951

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and Clubs - aid ffftWtfVj yrft «'» *'» tvtn'ffffft step-father at Nome. 1943 he entered the army and of and be E S MISS EDNA G. MILLER AND GEORGE C. BEACOM WED AT ST. PETER'S St. Peter's-by-the-Sea was the locale Saturday evening, March 10, for the marriage of Miss Edna Georgina Miller to Mr. George Curtis Beacom at eight o'clock in the evening. Reverend Henry Chapman of- ficiated at the double ring ser- ice. For the occasion three-branch ed candlebra bearing white tapers stood in the windows and tall white tapers were used on the altar. Twin baskets of white stock and iris stood at either side of the chancel. Some fifty friends of the young couple were present at the ceremony. Given in marriage by M. S. Mitrovitch. the petite, blonc bride chose a gown of white slipper satin for her wedding It was fashioned with a fittec bodice and sweetheart neck- line, long tight sleeves'and a full skirt ending in a long tians, being discharged with he rank of sergeant. He ed to Nome and purchased us mother her ladies gown shop, then added a men's de- jartment to it and continued Is owner and proprietor until le disposed of the business ,wo months ago. The couple planned to leave Sunday by plane for Juneau and Seattle on a wedding which will also take them Vancouver. They have reser- vations to Alaska on the cess Nora on March 24 and make .their home here. SOROPTIMIST CLUB RAISES S200 FOR BAND A check for $200 was ed to superintendent of schools T. J. Cole at the Thursday cheon of the Soroptimist Club representing half the net pro- ceeds of the play "Night of January 16th." The money is to help with the expense o sending the High School to the Music Festival in chikan. Report of receipts and ex penses was given by Ernestine C. Veatch, business manager train. Falling from a braid- the play Guests pre sent in ad- ed satin halo, her finger-tip j dition t ' o Mr Cole were Walter length veil of net was bordered i Birkeland, Mrs. Kenneth in lace at the hem. She wore a Mr. and Mrs. Manley pearl necklace and earings and I Sweazy of Fairbanks and Mrs. carried an arm^ bouquet of^red Carl j on nson, Sr. * ' ' | A gift of appreciation was I given Mrs. Nordby, who ed the make-up of actors in play. Next card party was nounced for March 14. day evening, at the home of Ernestine Veatch. Mr. Sweazy showed colored slides which were breath-tak- ing in their detail, color and beauty and were thoroughly joyed by members and guests. roses, white trench mouline and white stock. Miss Linda Musgrave, intim- ate friend of the bride who came from Nome to attend the ceremony, was the maid of hon- or. Her frock of delphinium blue fille was made with a fitt- ed bodice and an off-the-should- er attached stole above a bouf- fant skirt. Clusters of pink car- nations in her hair, pink gloves and a mosegay of pink carna- tions completed her ensemble. Ben Bilbo stood as best man for Mr. Beacom and Harold A. Veatch served as usher. Mrs. M. S. Mitrov-itch, moth- er of the bridegroom, wore a long-sleeved dinner ... gown of medium blue, a matching lace straw hat trimmed in tulle and a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Murlin Day. a friend of long standing who formerly re- sided in Nome, played the tra- ditional wedding music at the organ. Following the ceremony, a re- ception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Mitrovitch Bouquets of daffodils, iris and red carnations decked the rooms Laid with a lace cloth, the bride's table was centered with the three-tiered decorated cake flanked by tall white tapers. Sandwiches, cake, punch and coffee were served. Mrs. Fred Davenport served the wedding cake, Mr. Daven- port had the punch bowl, the Mesdames Ben Bilbo and Her- bert Rimmer poured coffee and Mrs. Harold A. Veatch had charge of the guest book. The attractive bride, daught- er of Mrs. Mable Miller of Fel- phan, Sussex, England, and the late Herbert Harry Miller, was born in England and received her education in that country. She graduated as a registered nurse in March of 1946 from the Mile End Hospital in Lon- don, worked there for a short time then came to Vancouver, B.C ., to be a staff nurse at the Children's Hospital. In May of 1949 she went to Juneau and remained at St. Anne's Hospit- al until April of 1950 when she moved to Nome to work at the Methodist Hospital. Mr. Beacom is the son of Mrs. M. S. Mitrovitch. In 1940 he graduated from high school at Marysvifle, California, then immediately joined his mother AUXILIARS PLANS ,, FUTURE ACTIVITIES Sitka Unit No. 13 of erican Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening at the Annex, with twenty-two try it...see why

Clipped from Daily Sitka Sentinel12 Mar 1951, MonPage 3

Daily Sitka Sentinel (Sitka, Alaska)12 Mar 1951, MonPage 3
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