Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
ol engagement o* Mini Pattern Lea Sue Stoddard Wed Monday In S.L. Temple Highlighting the parade of February brides was vivacious Miss Sue Stoddard when she recited promises Monday morning with Robert V. Stevens. Impressive -rites were solemnized in Salt Lake LDS temple with Spencer W. Kimball officiating. Immediately following the ceremony, the newlyweds were feted at a beautiful !y appointed wedding breakfast in president's suite of Hotel Utah given by. parents of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Irving W. Stevens, 413 B st. Spring blossoms created a colorful centerpiece. The bride, 'daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lester Stoddard, 2233 Emerson ave., chose a wedding suit of striking empress green and white chefik with contrasting green skirt. She wore a matching hat and accessories and pinned »n orchid to hor shoulder. . After the breakfast the well- known psir departed by automobile for their honeymoon trip" to Mexico City. They will remain three weeks and return to Salt Lake City to reside. Saturday evening the Stoudard home was the setting for an open house honoring the pair and their friends. Mrs. Stoddard greeted guests in a gown of black crepe, while Mrs.. Stevens _ chose monsoon gray for the occasion: A centerpiece carryfng out .« valentine motif graced the serving table. In town for the wedding was the • bride's grandmother, Mrs. C. J. Black of LeGrande, Ore.