12 March 1944
Maids Recite Vows Following a brief wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Loren W. Ferre, who were wedded Saturday in the Salt Lake LDS temple by Nicholas G. Smith, will be at home in Salt Lake City. The bride, the former Miss Marie Robinson, is a resident of Salt Lake City and is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson of Delta, The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Alta Lorraine Nielsen and Hugh B. Ferre, 1696 East Thirty-third Sorensen. The bride, a resident ot South street. Salt Lake City, is a daughter of Mr. For the wedding reception which and Mrs. Ernest Nielsen of Hunter, honored the couple at the Lion and the -bridegroom is & son of House social center, the bride Mr. and Mrs. Roswell P, Palnxr, choae a princess gown of white 555 West Third North street. A satin modeled en train with seal- wedding brenkfn.it followed In the loped neckline edged In *ecd pearls.. Gold room of the Hotel Utah. Her bride veil was fingertip length A reception later honored the and she carrier roses and fresia couple at the Hunter LDS Ward centered with a corsage of camel- chapel. Choosing lustrous white lias, Mrs. J. Russel Driggs was satin and lace for her £own, the matron of honor and Miss Melba |> ride <*"ied * bouquet of camel- Robinson, sister of the bride, was has and gardenias. She was at- honor maid. Attendants were Mrs. ^ nde " bv M "- *** F. Arnoldus, Alma Beaton, Mrs, Harold Rice Mrs. Howard Barbon, Miss Maran and Miss Lucretia Ferre, sister of Fuelner, Miss Leone Nieisen and the bridegroom. R. Eugene.El- Miss Margene Nielsen. Yeoman 5 • Kyle B. Sorensen, U S N, who has returned from duty in the Pacific wood was best man.