Max and Connie Robinson Smith wedding article - The Daily Herald 23 Jan 1953 page 13
_ Cpl. and Mrs. Max J. Smith. Bride was the former Connie Robinson. Prominent Couple Make Home In San Diego After Wedding AMERICAN FORK—Marine Corporal Corporal Max J. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Smith and his bride the former Connie Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Robinson all of this city are now at home In San Diego, Cal. where Cpl. Smith will be stationed for some 18 months. Cpl. Smith, who has spent the past 13 months in Korea, came home on leave for his marriage to Miss Robinson solemnized Jan. 12 In the Salt Lake LDS Temple by Pres. Robert D. Young. An elaborate reception honored the pair, given by parents of the bride during the week at Firmage Hall. A color scheme of blue and white accented by red and gold reflected the bridegroom's full dress uniform. A background of Italian net over blue taffeta caught with large bows and a floor bouquet of red and white carnations carnations formed an attractive background background for the bridal party. The bride was lovely in a gown of white Chantilly lace and pleated nylon net. The fitteH bodice had a small stand-up collar, self button trim and wrist length sleeves. The skirt was fashioned of three tiers of lace with full train. A seed pearl encrusted Juliet cap held the finger finger length veil of . illusion. Her bouquet was of gardenlai and ipllt carnations. Her eight attendants wore made- alike gowns of silk faille. They carried muffs of shirred white net marked with red carnations and old ribbon. Greeting guests were Mrs. Kerlin Chilton, Lehi, cousin of the bride, matron of honor, in ?old; LaRae Robinson, maid Of honor in blue; Joyce Brooks, Glendale, Glendale, Cal., Rue Ann Winter, Doris Smith, Mrs. LeRoy Griffin, Mrs. Emanuel Spencer and Mrs. Doyle Smith In powder blue. Small Kathryn Kathryn Davis and Rosemary Smith were flower girls. Robert (Robby) Robinson, carried the train. Ronald Smith, a brother was best man for the bridegroom. Mac B. Cunningham, Provo, uncle of the bride sang "My Hero" and acted as master of ceremonies for other program numbers. A full' flounce of white net over blue covered the bride's table where the all white tiered wedding cake was displayed. Forget-me- nots circled the cake base and at each end of the table were white candles. Guests were served al smal tables each holding a smaL small tables each holding a mlnia- ture'doll model of one of thtf bride's attendants. \ Friends assisting In reception details were Mr. and Mrs. S. Garn Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Ford West, and the Mesdames Ronald Smith, Phillip Green, Glen Robinson, Willard Willard Cleghorn, Stanford Briggs, Ray Plnkerton, Keith Nielsen, Ward Clark, Harvel Bennett, Leo Turribull Book Reviewed for Lambda Tau Club "t "The Gown of Glory" a book by Agnes Sligh Turnbull was reviewed reviewed in a meeting of Lambda rau Club on Monday evening by Mrs. Alton Packard of Springville. Springville. The speaker gave an in- Leresting review of the story concerning concerning a minister's family and :helr experience of 50' years ago in a small town. Mrs. Fred Sumslon presided at e meeting which was held at :he home of Mrs. Clyde Crockett. Three new members were welcomed, welcomed, Mrs. Harold I. Hansen^ Mrs. Sterling Cornaby and Mrs. David Bickmore. The hostess served refreshments to those named and the Mesdames Thomas Biggs, Bert Bullock, LaSelle LaSelle Creer, T. L. Johnson, Ronald Ronald Jones, Alma Nielsen, May Rawlins, C. G. Shaw, James Westwood, Westwood, H. F. Breinholt. Helen Watson and Miss Margaret Hansen. Hansen. • * * Vestaliqn Club Enjoys Talk by Mrs. Stevens SPANISH FORK—The members of the Vestallan Club heard a very interesting talk on interior decoration decoration at the meeting held at the home of Mrs. Paul Jones. The speaker was Mrs. Velyn Stevens from Provo who illustrated her talk by demonstrating- With lamp shades and coverings. She also showed the ladies a basic recipe from which.a variety of interesting dishes could be made with simple changes of ingredients. The meeting was in charge of the vice president Mm. Bill Nelson. Nelson. Mrs. Edward White read the club prayer and Mrs. Bill Boyack led the group In singing "Winter Wonderland." The program was under the direction of Mrs. Kenneth Kenneth Pinegar. A lovely luncheon was served to 17 members and two guests, Mrs. Velyn Stevens and Mrs. Leon Bellows. Bellows. Mrs. Clyde Lundell will be hostess at the next meeting on Jan. 28 at the Social Center. Mrs. Joseph Nelson will be in charge of the program. Gurney, Robert Cunningham, and Thonny Nottingham. Mr. and Mrs. Leo • Bo wen, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robinson, Carol Scholes, Marilyn Scholes, Linda Lu Robinson, Marian Anderson and Irene Chipman. Chipman. Ushers, were Richard Carter, Carter, Gary Robinson, Glen Smith, Kent Robinson, Gordon Bennett, David West, Alan Cunningham and Albert Bowen. A graduate of the high school and a junior at Brigham Young University, Mrs. Smith was member of the symphony orchestra and the Nautilus social unit. She was also a member of the Intermountain Intermountain Symphony. Cpl. Smith prominent In athletics was named on the all state team In his senior high school year. He has attended BYU for one year and Carbon Junior College for one year, and while there played in the junior college all-state basketball basketball conference.