Miss Lois M. Robinson Married in Home Rites

The home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robinson of Centralia was the setting Feb. 23 for the wedding of their daughter, Lois, to George E. Godding.

Baskets of white plox, chrysanthemums and pink gladiolus were arranged in front of the fireplace for the double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. I. J. Brame.

Stationed at Fort Lewis, the bridegroom is the son of Ludolph Godding of Van Nuys, Calif.

The bride chose a white wool church frock with brown and gold accessories for her wedding and carried a white orchid on a white Bible. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Thomas H. Riley of Spokane. Mrs. Riley wore a pink linen suit and a white carnation corsage.

Jim Watson of Centralia was best man.

At the reception, Mrs. Cecil Draper, Centralia, and Mrs. Riley poured. Mrs. George Ames, Centralia, cut the three-tiered Maltese cross cake which she had trimmed with pink roses. It was topped with a miniature bride and groom.

A graduate of Centralia high school, the new matron is employed at Centralia Federal Savings and Loan. Her husband is a graduate of Morse Memorial high school, Brooks, Me. The couple will make their home in Centralia.

Out-of-town guests attended from Portland, Olympia, Castle Rock, Chehalis, Rochester, Kelso and Yakima.

Source: The Daily Chronicle (Centralia, Lewis Co., WA), Tuesday, 6 Mar 1962, p. 5.

Transcribed by Jenny Tenlen, who has no further information.