inSS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor MR. AND MRS. THOMAS LEHMAN WINN Photo by Wm. Elmer Kingdom lom Winn And Bride, Janet Allan, Bound For Hawaii On Honeymoon Passengers aboard the liner jJIatsonia" which sailed yester- ay lor Haivaii include newlyweds tr. and Mrs. Thomas Lehman 'inn who were married Saturday vening in the First Baptist hurch. The bride is the former Janet Uan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ohn William Allan of Palo Alto, )rmerly of Redlands, and the ridegroom is the son of .Mr. and [rs. Harold Austin Winn, 3812 ossmont drive. Preceding the bride and her ither down the church aisle were sr attendants, Nancy Lou Ander )n of Los Angeles as maid of onor and Barbara Cram, Deana Soodart, Susie Winn and Mrs. jary Hale (Judith Miller), brides- naids. They were dressed alike b shocking pink chiffon with ac- sssories in a matching shade and arried cascade bouquets of light bd deeper pink carnations. The bride's dress of candlelight eau de sole was trimmed with ice studded with seed pearls. A uliet type cap secured her candle- ght lace veil, also studded with ny pearls. Butterfly orchids were rrnnged in her cascade bouquet. The bridegroom was attended y Bruce Daniels as best man. jshers were William I>. Allan, Jack Brown, Ken Tumey and Ray Fleming. Rev. Ivan Bell officiated at the ceremony, performed in a setting of pink and white flowers on the altar and in baskets at either side. Two large candelabra were also placed in the background and ivy covered candle standards lined the church aisle. Wedding music was played by Jlrs. Hugh JIarti on the organ. Immediately following the ceremony, guests adjourned to the patio for the reception. In the receiving line were the mother of the bridal couple, Jlrs. Allan wearing a soft green crepe dress with green accessories and Mrs. Winn in white lace over cocoa brown with accessories in the cocoa shade. A home in Los Angeles awaits the young couple's return from their Hawaiian honeymoon. Tom will continue his studies at U.S.C. Pharmacy school. Both Janet and Tom are Redlands High school graduates. She attended Washington State College for one year and in June graduated from U.C.L.A. where she obtained her teaching credential. He first attended the University of Redlands before enrolling at U.S.C. where he is affiliated with Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, July 16.1963-3 Brian Sullivan To Sing At Bowl Tonight Brian Sullivan, MetropoUtan Opera tenor who will appear at Redlands Bowl this evening, occupies a unique position in Am erica music, being the only Am erican-bom heldentenor on the musical scene today. He is a featured singer at all four of the country's leading opera houses. A Metropolitan Opera star since his debut there in 1948, he is frequently heard with the San Francisco Opera, the Chicago Lyric Opera and the New Orleans Opera Company. He is equally at home in the dramatic as well as the lyric roles of the tenor repertoire. Tonight Mr. Sullivan will be heard in a program which will include "If With All Your Hearts" from Mendelssohn's "Elijah: "Sound an Alarm" from Handel's "Judas JIaccabaeus," the "Vesti la giubba" aria from Leoncavallo's 'I PagUacci;" songs by Schu- jnann, Richard Strauss, Massenet, Lalo, Grever, Sandoval and Britten. There will also be groups of Irish folk songs and Viennese operetta selections. Curtis Stearns will be at the piano. Community singing starting at 7:30 with Wilbur Schowalter di recting will precede the 8:15 concert. YWCA Engages New Executive Director Due in Redlands September 9 io begin her duties as the new executive director for the Redlands YWCA is Miss Elizabeth C. Danielson who was in Redlands for a short visit last month to meet with the YW board. For the last II years. Miss Dan^ elson has been a social worker with the Fourth Presbyterian church of Chicago, 111. From 1950 to 1953 she was employed in an administrative and counseling capacity with the First Covenant church of Jamestown, N.Y., where she handled many administrative details and worked with both children and adults. Mrs. Danielson served as supervisor of public school music in Merrick, N.Y., from 1D45 to 1946. She received a B. S. in music education from the University of the State of New York in Fredonia, N.Y., and attended North Park Theological Seminary in Chicago from 1W6 to 1948 where she was a Bible major with sociology as her minor. She then studied for two years at McCormick Theoglogical Seminary in Chicago ceiving an M.A. degree in Christian education.Her minor during this time was in the field of social work. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS Just Arrived . . . from Europe to California via Harris Harris Import Knits It's our new season collection . . . rushed half way across the world just for our California climate and youl Touch the wonderful knif woo! with that extra "body" that makes a knit suit a [oy forever. Shown just 5 from our imported seosonless knit fashions. pontemporary Club Plans Specia Summer Smorgasbord For July 26 An innovation on the summer alendar for Contemporap' club romen this year is a special proj- GIFTIDEAS Famous Faroy CANDLES The perfect table arrange* menfl "Fire Bird" in buih $14.95 Candle glows from inside and has replaceable votive candle. All colors. Harlequinade Compote by Fromhold — In muted blues and golds $14.50 Gift DeparJmenl furnilvr* carpet dreptrin dKorativ* Mritc* '^LSON lai e. sta<* redlands py 3-S665 ect planned to coincide with the opening night of the Redlands Bowl's "Mikado" production. Committees are already busy at work on arrangements for a smorgasbord to be served in the clubhouse from 5 to 7 on the eve- nmg of July 26. As the clubhouse is located just a block from the Bowl, their dinner guests who plan to attend the Bowl program will find it convenient to make it a complete "night out". A variety of home cooked foods will be served, including sea food dishes. Smorgasbord tickets are available downtown at the City Florist and at Gair's. They may also be obtained from club board members and \vill be available at the door. Mrs. William A. Throop is chairman of the project with Mrs. Lloyd M. Hulbert assisting as cochairman. Other committees are headed by Mrs. Byron E. Van Arsdale, food procuTMnent; Mrs. Fred Phillips, food preparation; Mrs. John Speidel, desserts; Mrs. Stanley Goodman, decorations; Mrs. Paul C. Ulmer, window cards; Mrs. Jack A. Levine and Mrs. Fred Sauers, door; Mmes. Robert E. Cos, Carrol M. Crane, Ray J. Guest and Alvin L. Short, Dining room. MRS. FRANK BUCK GUST OF MRS. TACKETT ^Irs. Frank Buck, widow of the noted big game hunter, photographer and writer, has left Redlands where she was a guest of Mrs. Walker Tackett. 634 Pine street Mrs. Bade, a resident of Honolulu, Hawaii, is enroute to New York. Mrs. Tackett lived in Hawaii for two years, just recently returning to Redlands. Mrs. Back plans to stop in Redlands for another short visit on her way back to Hawmi la about a month. Redlands LE.A. Convenes In the absence of the chief matriarch, Lois Nelson, Jessie Gurney, senior warden conducted the recent meeting of Ladies En campment Auxiliary of Redlands in the lOOF hall. Pro tem officers were Myrtle Curtis, Margaret Appleman, Nettie Jenner, Beatrice Gyge, Rhoda Moberiy and Louise Burdett. Elsie York, district deputy grand matriarch, was present. The birthday of Frances Mc Allister of Barstow was noted in the traditional manner during the evening. Welcomed back after long absence were Bessie Kruse of Victorville and Elsie Haggard of San Bernardino. Announcement was made of the July 18 visit of the grand matri- ardi at St. Augustine hotel in San Bernardino where dinner will be served starting at 6:30, followed by a regular meeting in the lOOF hall. The August 19 visit of Assembly president Vivian Venn Kara at Ontario Rebekah lodge was also noted. Refreshments were served by Bert and Jessie Gumey, Myrtle Curtis and Grace Pierce. Guests were present from Riverside, Colton, Beaumont and San Bernardino. OES SOCIAL CLUB SUPPER FRIDAY Social club of the Order of East- em Star will have a covered dish supper at Sylvan Park Friday at 6 p.m. in the Pinetum section. All Eastern Star members and then: families are invited. Transportation may be arranged with Mary Fridericb. Q—^The bidding has been: South West Xorth East 14k Pass 2» Pass 4* Pass 5* Pass You, South, hold: AAKQJ876 V3 4K65 4>ti What do you do? A—Bid five ipsdes. 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