Honeymooning in Grand Can-i yon and Los Angeles are just-weds Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Brad-j ford. The new Mrs. Bradford is the former Miss Mary Lythgoe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo T. Lythgoe, 325 1 20th East. The young couple recited vows in the solemnity of the Salt Lake LDS Temple, Thursday. Elder ; Harold B. Lee of the Council of the Twelve officiated. They were fet-J ed at a reception in the Institute, of Religion. I The mother of the bridegroom,) Mrs. J. Ross Bradford, 441 Uni-i versity St., and his sister, Mrs. Howard Bradshaw. were hostes-! ses at a wedding breakfast at the. Ft. Douglas Country Club. The lovely bride greeted guests at the reception in a floor-length model of pure silk ivory satin. I The gown was styled with capj sleeves, V-neckline and empire waistline. The sheath skirt was enhanced by aN Cathedral train. Attending the bride were Mrs. Boyd Redford, maid of honor, andj Mrs. Boyd A. Wright, matron of honor, dressed in identical gowns of peacock green crystelette; Mrs. Thomas ,Chaliis, Mrs. Kenneth Rex Curtis, Mrs. Neil Gygi, and Miss Miriam Weller, bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Gaye Lythgoe and petitie Susan Bradshaw was flower girl. Best man was J. Thomas Greene and ushers were Ray Phillips, Phil-lips, Jack Goaslind, TheronFols-om, TheronFols-om, Burton Cassity, Kay Worth-1 ington, Elwood Crandall. Elmer Hogge, Vernon B. Romney, Bernard Ber-nard M. Tanner, Dennis Lythgoe and Thomas Lythgoe. The bride has been the inspiration inspira-tion for many lovely pre-nuptial parties.