Marriage of Marilyn Manning and Carl Reed described in Provo Daily Herald on 11 Jun 1961.
Miss Manning Marries in S, L Temple -• . . f - .... .... Marilyn Rae Manning daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin R. Manning, Manning, Qrem, became the bride of Carl W. Reed Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Reed, Orem, in solemn ceremonies Wednesday in the Salt Lake LDS Temple; Elder Gordon B; Hinckley, assistant assistant to the LDS Council of the Twelve, officiated at the ceremonies. ceremonies. X Following the marriage ceremony, ceremony, the pair was honored at a garden reception at the home of the bride's parents that same evening. The lovely bride chose a .floor- length gown of sheer nylon with rose appliques on the bodice and in the center panel of the full gathered skirt. Other features of the dress were a square neckline neckline and long tapered sleeves. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion fell from a pearl crown tiara. Her matron of honor was Mrs. Ivan Bunker, with Mrs. Carlos Langston, sister of the bride, Mrs. Richard Winters, Mrs. Jay Healy and Mrs. Chuch Krouse as bridesmaids. Each was gowned in a melon sheath with long white gloves, melon veils apd nosegays of yellow carnations. Flower girls were Marti and Rebecca Bunker, and Kimberly Langston, nieces of the bride. They wore yellow embroidered eyelet dresses and carried small baskets of spring melon and yellow yellow flowers. Mother of the groom wore a dress of beige embroidered eyelet eyelet and Mrs. Manning chose mint green embroidered silk brocade. Their flowers were yellow cymbidium cymbidium orchids. Standing as best man was Ferrell Ferrell Reed, brother of the groom. Ushers were Lynn Poulson, Lowell Lowell Askman and Ronald Hills. The bridal party stood in front of double heart decorations with tall baskets of white peonies and yellow iris. Colors throughout the reception carried out the theme of melon and yellow. Loun Jex played background SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1961 TJtaih.' County. Utah SUNDAY HERALD 5A MRS. CARL W. REED JR. (Marilyn Manning) organ music for the reception. Assisting with the serving were Carolyn Jolley, Joan Jolley, Vickie Peterson and Mary Ellen Stodard. Mrs. Dennis Lesher, Mrs. Chad Moon, Mrs. Ted Peacock Peacock and Mrs. Lynn Stewart, assisted assisted with the gifts. Mrs. Ray G. Edwards and Mrs. Greg Andrus were in charge of the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Rowley and Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Maycock greeted guests at the door. The bride chose a pale yellow suit with black patent accessories and a Talisman rose corsage as a going-away outfit. Following the honeymoon, the pair will be at home in Orem. After the marriage ceremony the groom's parents hosted a wedding breakfast in Salt Laka City. Open tomorrow evening 'til 9iOO p. m. — Air conditioned 2 famous-name gifts for Dad on