26 February 1954 Valeen Ferre and Earl Biggs Giles
., The mother of the bride made blue and orchid. They wore alter- all the attractive ilowers in red nating corsages of red and white. and white wood fibre which dec-| Marlin Giles, brother of the orated the Vineyard LDS Ward j bridegroom, was the best man and: chapel Feb. 19 for the wedding j ushers were Neil Sumsion and Max! reception of Valecn Ferre and Giles. Small pages were Larry Springville Man, Orem Maid Wed, Reception Follows reception of Valecn Ferre and: Giles. Small pages were Larry Ear! B. Giles. Guymon and Steven Willcox. The couple were wed Feb. 17 at Mrs Ruth Diamond, a sister of the Salt Lake LDS Temple by: the bridegroom stood with ner fa th- Elder Raymond P. Clayton. Going i__ with them were Bishop and Ray Gammon, Albert Giles, Springville, Springville, father of the bridegroom: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miner, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Teasdale, Mr. ,er. During the evening program numbers were presented nuder the direction of J. Taylor Allen. Numbers Numbers included two songs by Dr. G. and Mrs. Melvin "asoaie, ^ -- - f s and Mrs. Donald E. Wilcox and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Peterson. Following the ceremony Mr. Giles acted as host in a wedding j dinner, for members of the bridal j party and Mr. and Mrs. Noal Ferre 110 of Orem, parents of the bride. For the reception the bride wore pantomime> Glee Bunnell and Mar . Rene Alger; trio, Maurine Madsen, Madsen, Cumorah Holdaway and Carol ... dance Shirley Miner; toast the bride and bridegroom, Bishop Ray Gammon. i-or me recepuou me unu c ™^ Carrying gifts were Jean Ferre a gown of white satin and net and Barbara and Nola Park. Ar- which she had designed herself. A ranging them were Mrs. Donald E. small crown of seed pearls held a Willcox Mrs LeGrande Park Mrs. . . , ,1 * A. T?A*,,nr-A A fhh«» <anri An 9Y*lf> H **FrP_ veil of nylon net and her bouquet was of red and white wood fibre rose buds. Bridesmaids at the reception •were Shirley Barter, Verna Olsen, Henrietta Schoemges, LaVoy Coleman Coleman and LaVoy Coleman and La- Rae Holdaway. Their ballerina length formal gowns were of white. Edward Ashby, and Marie Ferre. The wedding refreshments were served by Mrs. Clarence Ferre, Mrs. Clem Mace, Mrs. Lawrence Ferre, Mrs. Alma Ferre, Mrs. Lewis Bowman and Victor C. Bow man. The newlyweds are making their home in Provo.