Found her on the 1930 Murray, Orleans, New York census (dist 20 img 12) as Joyce Finger
Found her on the 1940 Murray, Orleans, New York census (dist 37-20 img 1) as Joyce Finger
In a solemn, impressive, double ring ceremony in the First Presbyterian Church of Holley on Saturday, April 8, 1950, Joyce Edith Finger, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Finger, was united in marriage to John Smith Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith Sr. of West Virginia by the Rev. Benjamin Klauser. Following a precedent of Holley brides, the couple took their vows on the white bear rug belonging to the Glidden family. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in traditional white satin, entrain. She carried an arm bouquet of calla lillies. Mrs. Donald Hastings as her sister's matron of honor wore pastel green and carried yellow carnations. The bridesmaids, Mrs. T. B. Hayes, Mrs. Gerald Mawn, and Miss Shirley Deverall, all of Rochester, and Mrs. Lavern Epke of Holley were gowned in pastel pink and blue taffeta fashioned with picture frame collars, bouffant skirts and carried carnations tied with contrasting ribbon. Little Holly Redman of Rochester as flower girl was delightful in a white satin gown fashioned after the bride's. Her headdress was a pill box hat tied with maline and she carried a nosegay of mixed flowers. Jesse Smith acted as best man for his brother. Ushers were Donald Hastings and Everett Cady of Holley, Bernard Smith of Hernshaw, W. Va. and Alfred Hanggi of Rochester. The bride's mother wore a navy blue suit with white accessories and a corsage of red roses.
Following the ceremony, one hundred fifty guests attended a reception and buffet supper at Melody Lane in Rochester. The bride, a graduate of Holley High School, has been employed at the Lincoln Rochester Trust Company for the past five years. The groom will take his degree in chemistry from Morris Harvey college this summer and will be employed by Dupont in Charleston, W. Va., where the couple are now residing. Prenuptial events included variety showers given by Mrs. T. B. Hayes, Mrs. LaVern Epke, Mrs. Everett Cady, and Mrs. Donald Hastings a surprise party at the bride's home in Holley by her associates at Lincoln Rochester a dinner and shower at Lorenzo's by her co-workers at the bank, and also a family dinner at the home of the bride's aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Towers of Hilton. The Holley Standard April 20, 1950