Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 14, 1964 · Page 2
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2 - Tues., April 14, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM D. ALUN Photo by Donold W. Burion Yucaipa Church Setting For Allan-Mulvihill Nuptials One liundred guests were present in St. Frances X. Ca brini Catholic church in Yu caipa for the wedding of Mary MuivihiU and William D. AUcn at 1 o'clock on the afternoon of April 4. Rer. John M. Tahany, pastor of the church, performed the nuptial ceremony for the daugh ter of Mrs. Betsy Mulvihill, 33815 Nebraska street, Yucaipa, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. William AUan of Palo Alto. The bride was escorted to the altar by her imcle, Waller J. Mulvihill of Beaumont. She wore a wedding dress of French silk faille, designed with scoop neckUne and three- quarter length sleeves. Lace ap­ pliques on the bodice extended to the waist o£ the bell controlled skirt. Scissor pleats formed a bustle and the skirt swept into a slight train. A pearl crown secured her fingertip length veil and on her white Bible was placed a cascade arrangement of stephanotis with white orchid corsage. Carole Arter of Collon was maid of honor and the bride's only attendant. She wore a green taffeta dress, banerina length, witli bell skirt.' Her flowers were a cascade of yellow feathered chrysanthemums. Paul Andriese stood with the bridegroom as his best man and Tom' Winn and Marty Loughlin ushered. Jack Andriese was organist for the wedding. Mrs. Mulvihill, wearing s pink two-piece suit with match ing accessories, and Mrs. Allan in a royal blue taffeta sheath with accessories in the same shade, greeted reception guests in the parish hall after the church service. Sue Cox and Mrs. Jean Wall were at the punch bowls; Mrs. May WiUiams served the coffee and Rachel Coulter completed the cutting of the bride's cake. Theresa Mulvihill, cousin of the bride, had charge of the guest book and Kathy Carson received the gifts. After a wedding trip to Catalina Island, the ncwlyweds returned to Yucaipa where they are living at 11930 Bryant street. The bride, now employed as a secretary by Aerospace Corp. in San Bernardino, is a 1961 graduate of Yucaipa High schooL Her bridegroom, a chemist at Lockheed Propulsion Company, graduatixi in 1956 from Redlands High school and in 1960 from the University of Redlands. Hawaii Wedding Trip Follows Shoen-Dudley Saturday Nuptials Married last Saturday after noon in the Fu-st Presbyterian church of Hollywood were Elissa Dudley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Dudley, 457 West Palm avenue, and Dr. Ramon Shoen of Los Angeles, son of Mrs. Samuel J. Shoen of Portland, Ore., and the late Mr. Shoen. Approximately 150 guests wit nessed the ceremony performed by Rev. Richard Langford, assistant pastor of the church. Candelabra and ferns were used with baskets, of white stocks and pink and white gladioli for church decoration. White pew bows marked the bridal aisle where the bride and her father walked, following the wedding party. She wore a dress of peau de soie with lace over-bodice and lace train. Her illusion veil was shoulder length and she held an arrangement of white roses and stephanotis with orchid cen ter. later removed for use as a corsage on her traveling ensemble. Maid of honor was Joyce Keosababian of Whittier. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Ralph Dudley, sister-in-law of the bride from Menlo Park; Judith Richmond of Los Angeles and Linda Thistle of Hollywood, roommate of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was the bride's sister, Cynthia Dudley. All wore pink orgama dresses, identically styled with bell-shaped skirts, and carried pink tulips. Leonard Shoen came from Pheonix, Ariz., to be his brother's best man. Ushers were Ralph Dudley of Menlo Park, James Aldridge of Los Angeles and Michael Shoen of Los Angeles, nephew of the bridegroom. Music for the wedding was proNided by Miss Elaine Fenimore, church organist who played harp selections, and Mrs. Hal Osbom, soloist. Mrs. Dudley chose a dress of ac^ua silk organza and lace with matching hat and bone colored accessories. Mrs. Shone wore a beige suite with flowered hat and black patent accessories. They greeted guests in the church parlors for the wedding reception from where the newlyweds left for their honeymoon in Hawaii. They will live at 11728 Wilshire boulevard in Los Angeles. Until her marriage, the bride was employed at the UCLA .Medical Center. She graduated [from Redlands Christian school, Redlands High school and San Bernardino Valley College of Nursing. The bridegroom, now em (ployed at Douglas Aircraft Corp. in Santa Monica, is a graduate of University of Oregon MedicaL school and interned at San Bernardino County hospital. He earlier attended Roosevelt High school and Reed College, both located in Port land Ore. Three Shfers Have Reunion At Pico Rivera Mrs. Mabel Wmninger of Cody, Wj'o., who is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Frances Heacock of Redlands and Mrs. Helen Pool of Pico Rivera, inspired a Sunday reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pool at Pico Rivera. Present, in addition to the three sisters, were Mr. and Mrs. Waller Hillyer and Mrs. Lottie AUemao of ]Uverside; Mr. and Mrs. Elnin Pool and daughters, Nancy, Susan and Arline, and son. Guy. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Pool and daughters, Leslie and Margaret Ann, called on the visitors and Mr. and Mrs. Bay Micklis of Burbank called on their aunt on Saturday. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads DOWNTOWN REDLANDS Special Purchase! Women's 100% Nylon Briefs Anniversary Priced White nylon fricot briefs with elastic legs, nylon eladic waist, smooth contour fit ^•^•^ and full cut for extra comfort. Sizes 56-7. LINGERIE - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' Hurry! Be First Wednesday Morning for Savings Women's 100% Cotton Floral Print A-Line Shift. 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