ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor MR. AND MRS. LANCE G. EIPHIC Pholo by Wm. Elmer Kingham Judy Mason Weds Lance Elphic In University Methodist Church Captains Of Concert Association Drive To Report At Monday Luncheon Mrs. James Warner Simonds, president of Redlands Winter Concert Association, will be luncheon hostess next Monday noon at the Country club when team captains working on the association's current membership drive will be guests with their drive chairman, Mrs. James C. Lewis. On this date, captains are ex^ pected to submit their final reports of the campaign showing results of the work of the various members of their teams. Mrs. Lewis stresses the importance of completing contacts before next Monday because of the details of issumg tickets for the "bonus" attraction offered Holding a white Bible given to her as a gift from her bridegroom, Judith Ann Mason, daughter of the Theron Masons, 925 East Brockton avenue, pledged nuptial vows with Lance G. Elphic in University Methodist church at 8 o'clock last Saturday evening. A white orchid and streamers of white stcphanotis were placed on the Bible and the bride also carried an heirloom handkerchief over 100 years old, borrowed from Mrs. Walter Adams, a family friend. Judy's wedding dress of silk organza featured a front lace panel embellished with pearls, and rhincstones. It was designed in sheath style with train, A lace crown t >TJe headpiece studded with pearls and rhinestoncs secured her elbow length veil. The bride was escorted down the aisle of the church by her father. Mary Trcnary of Mentone, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Teddi Elphic, sister of the bridegroom, and Chris Pickett of Yucaipa. Lj-nne Mason of San Bernardino, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Their blue satin dresses were styled with bell skirts. The honor attendant's crescent shaped bouquet of chrysanthemums was sprinkled with rosebuds while the bridesmaids carried similarly designed bouquets of chrysanthemums. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elphic. 632 Orchard drive, asked Tom Gregory of Highland to be his best man. Ushers were Clark Johnson of Santa Barbara; Dale Wintergerst and Larry Stewart both of Redlands, and Joe Arilla of Riverside. Rev. PhiUp Collin, pastor of the church, officiated at the ceremony for which large baskets of stock, gladioli and chrysanthemums were arranged in decoration, completed with a large arch of candles. Organist for the evening was Harold Jeneson and soloist was Wilbur Schowalter, singing "0, Lord Most Holy" by Franck, Love Thee" by Grieg and "0, Perfect Love" by Bamby. About 250 guests were prcs ent for the wedding and were greeted for the reception im mediately following in fellowship hall of (he church, Mrs. Mason wearing a blue silk jacket dress with bone colored accessories and Mrs. Elphic in green linen suit with white accessories. Assisting during the reception were Mrs. Curtis Wood at the punch bowl; Mrs. Fred Frost pouring coffee; Linda HaUen- beck of Long Beach and Mrs. Charles Mason of San Bernardino, aunt of the bride, serving cake. Suzy Bierma handled the guest book duties. After a Palm Springs honeymoon, the young newlyweds Physician Tells Cram Club Of Accident Causes Dr. Wendell L. Ogden spoke on the subject of "How to Kill Your Kids" during the recent March meeting of the Commun ity Club at Cram school in East Highlands. Childhood accidents from physician's viewpoint were discussed and Dr. Ogden reported Ithat accidents, caused by thoughtlessness, kill more children than diseases. He urged parents to take more care in the storage of household poi sons, bug repellents, paints andi] other items harmful to chil dren. The group saw colored slides illustrating the tragic results of accidents to children and Dr. Ogden ended his talk 'oy cx- pressmg his hope of everyone making an effort to "baby-proof and child-proof their houses. Mrs'. H. Rex Brock, program chairman, introduced the speaker. Junior Girl Scouts Dee Dee Delgado and Janet England supervised the nursery for the evening. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Louis Rozema, club president. BRA U ILFORD, England (UPI) — Alvi Gcrecht. 52, owner of a brassiere and girdle company, gladly paid S14 to transfer a U- cense plate to his new car. He said the license plate— BRA 36 — was in memory of the vital statistics of a model he once knew named Maria. to new subscribers. As far as space in Memorial chapel available, they are invited to at tend the last concert of the current season at no additional cost This will be presented April 22 by the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra. The Concert Association operates under the' season membership plan with no tickets avail able for individual attractions. Members who enroll for the 1964-65 season will have the op portunity of hearing Metropolitan Opera Company tenor Bri an Sullivan who will open the season m October; the Los Angeles Philharmom'c orchestra in November; the brilliant Russian mezzo - soprano, Zara Dot ovkhanova in February 1965 and the internationally re- knowned young American pianist, Ivan Davis, who will close the season in JIarch. Prospective members \rishing to enroll for the coming year may obtain information by contacting Miss Linda Olson, secretary of the association, at the public events office. University of Redlands. telephone 793-2121. Redlands Daily facts Wed., March 25,19M - 3 Mrs. F. Lewis Honored Af Birthday Party Mrs. Frank Lewis, who has lived in Redlands since 1904 was honored at a Saturday eve ning party on her 80th birthday by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ja cobs, 1400 Fifth avenue, an their son, John. Mrs. Jacobs is Mrs. Lewis' granddaughter. Guests at the birthday din ner party were the honoree'i son-m-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Knaggs of Monrovia with their son. Rick and Miss Sherri Unrau;' Mr. and Mrs. William A. Knaggs and 5Ir. and Mrs. Charles Parker of Barstow; Dean and Mrs Harlan Lewis and sons, Don and Frank, of Los Angeles. Also Mr: and. Mrs. Harold Putnam, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Putnam and Judy, and Sir. and Mrs. Austin Lewis, all of Redlands. Mrs. Lewis, who makes her home at 48 San Gorgonio drive, was bom in Kentucky. For many years before her retirement she was employed in the cafeteria at Lugonia school. She is a member of the First Baptist church of Redlands. 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