Marriage Announced of Centralia Couple

At a greatly enjoyed party last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Robinson, 1013 North Washington, the marriage of their son, Ed Robinson, to Hazel Coulomb of this city, was announced to a group of guests as taking place September 5 at Port Orchard. Their engagement was known but the nuptials came as a pleasant surprise.

Mr. and Mrs. Robinson will live in Seattle, where the former is employed by the state highway patrol. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Barnhouse of this city.

Music, games and chatting soon passed the evening, at the close of which tempting refreshments were served.

Those enjoying the occasion were Miss Beulah Hoffman, Miss Shirley Tamblyn, Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. John Pitts, Mrs. Wells Carey, Mrs. Nancy Truex, sister of the bride; Joe Robinson, Leonard Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Robinson and daughter, Maxine; and the honored couple.

Their many friends wish them every happiness.

Source: The Centralia Daily Chronicle, Wednesday, 2 Oct 1935. p. 5.

Transcribed by Jenny Tenlen. She has no further information.

[Editor's note: The marriage certificate for Edwin R. Robinson and Hazel Coulombe is available at the Washington State Digital Archives. Hazel's first marriage was to Chas. H. Coulombe in 1924.]