Paul and Margo
14 MONDAY, MAY 30, 1955 - Utah County. Utah DAILY HERALD Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Trotter (Margo Boswell) BoswelI-Trotter Nuptials Among Social Highlights Among the end of May social highlights; was the wedding reception which paid honor to Margo Boswell and Paul A. Trotter on the occasion of their marriage, May 26. A ceremony in the Manti LDS Temple was solemnized by Lewis R. Anderson, Temple president. The reception was held the following evening at the Bonneville- Fifteenth LDS Ward hall. Hosts for the reception were the parents of the bride, Bishop and Mrs. J. Wallace Boswell, 231 W. 3rd N., Provo Assisting with the receiving also, were the father and mother of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Trotter, 1325 N. 258 E., Provo. For the occasion the bride wore an exquisite gown of chantilly lace and tulle over taffeta. The bodice was fashioned of lace with pearl trim outlining the sweetheart neckline and short sleeves. The skirt was formed of alternating tiers of scalloped lace and tulle and the bride wore elbow length lace mitts. From a becoming scalloped frame of ruffled tulle fell her veil, lace edged. Her bouquet centered an orchid hi a nest of lily-of-the-valley, white carnations, tulle and satin ribbon. Asked to serve as attendants to the bride were Mrs. Lee Ellertson, matron of honor; Ann Jones, Barbara Markham and Margaret Salerno, bridesmaids and Linda Payne, junior bridesmaid. They were all frocked in gowns of light green brocaded taffeta, fashioned princess style with dropped waist, small bustles and cumbe^ bunds. They carried like crescents of yellow and white Esther Reed daisies knotted with white satin ribbon. Mrs. Boswell chose rose lace over taffeta with pearl and bead trim, cocktail length. She added an orchid at the shoulder, caught with silver ribbon. Mrs. Trotter wore rose crepe with lace insets at the neck with rhinestone trim, cocktail length. She also wore an orchid. Arloi Nelson, brother-in-law to the bridegroom served as best man and Lee EUertson was usher. Patricia Hafen and John Boswell received the gifts. The frequent use of candles in floor standards added a pretty note to the decorations, combined with flower arrangements of white stalk and cala lilies. A spray of peach toned gladiolus and daisies decorated the mantel. Of special interest was an elaborate tiered bride's cake arranged on cutwork cloth with sprays of bridal wreath and pink daisies draping the table. The newlyweds later cut and served the confection. Mrs. A. M. Snelgrove supervised the decorating. Furnishing an appropriate musical background for the receiving was a string trio comprised of Claudette Sundwall, violin; Sandra Weitzel, piano and Jerry Sundwall, cello. Assisting with serving were Kay Brockbank, Norma Larsen, Ouida Goad and Shirlene Jones. Arranging gifts were Gwen Forsythe, Mrs. Charles Whittle, Mrs. Arlo Nelson, Mrs. Pershing Howe, Mrs. Phillip Trotter. Mrs. Gilbert Hafen acted as serving room hostess. The young couple are honeymooning at the Southern Utah Parks and in Southern California. The bride wore for going-away a tailored beige suit with avocado green accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Afton M. Payne were at the door. Anna Salerno was at the guest book.