Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
Mr. and Mm. William A. Robinson Robinson . . . Open house will honor. Couple Relates Maritally' The key to a happy and long married life is hard work, devotion, devotion, family and church, say Mr. and Mrs. William A. Robinson, 532 E. 21st South. The couple—married Jan. 6, 1889, in Rockwood, Tenn.—will observe observe their 60th wedding anniversary anniversary Thursday at an open house reception at their home from 2 to 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, became converts to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1897 and moved to.Utah in 1914, settling settling first in Beaver. Mr. Robinson Robinson worked as a farmer, carpenter and coal miner in Tennessee and Coalgate, Okla., before being employed employed by the Murdock Academy at Beaver. Since Mr. Robinson retired 11 years ago, the couple have resided at their present address and both have been active in L D S church affairs. Mr. Robinson is high priest and a teacher at Columbus L D S ward while Mrs. Robinson is active in the Relief society. The couple are parents of nine sons and daughters, eight of whom are living. Their oldest son, Elaine, was killed in 1934 in Ten: nessee. ' Members of their family who will greet them on the occasion are Mrs. Pearl Eldridge, Clearfield; Fred Robinson, TenMile, Tenn.; Paul and Ben E. Robinson, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Alice Gillespie, Cokeville, Wyo.; Mrs. Blanche McKinty, McKinty, Lincoln, Neb.; Mrs. Ruth Smith, Anaconda, Mont., and Reece Robinson, Dayton, O. They have 25 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.