Engagement Toldy by Opal Kyler & Walter Harmon Jr.
Engagement Told By Opal Kyler and Walter Harmon Jr. News of the engagement and approaching wedding of Miss Opal Geraldlne Kyler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, M. A. Kyler of San Tlmo-teo Tlmo-teo Tlmo-teo canyon, and Walter B. Harmon Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harmon of Highland, was told at an informal tea Sunday afternoon in Redlands, News of the romance was revealed revealed on a piece of redwood Inscribed Inscribed "Opal and Walter January 1942." The sign post was part of the attractive centerpiece arranged on the tea table. The decorations complimented Mr. Harmon, who Is employed in the United States forestry service, with the center piece being a miniature "lookout" station. Miss Kyler graduated from Red- Red- lands High school in 1941 and Is employed at the Ban Bernardino army air depot. Mr. Harmon attended San Bernardino Bernardino schools, graduating from high school in 1941. He attended college at San Jose before entering the forestry service. Those invited to share In the announcement were Mrs. Harmon Sr., Mrs. Anna Evans, Mrs. Louise Hoeffer, Mrs. A. L. Shackelford, Miss Evelyn Redenbo and Miss Ruth Ella Wade of Highland; Mrs. Al Harmon, Los Angeles; Mrs. C. A. Kyler and Miss Jewell Harmon, Victorville; the Misses Phyllis Lem- Lem- ke, Jane Corhan, Mary S. Ruiz and Mary Jean Pfiender, San Bernardino; Bernardino; Mrs. John Bergstrom, Mrs. W. C. Roth, Mrs. J. M. Ross, Mrs. E. T. Grow, Mrs. W. C. Scott, and the Misses Ruth Grow, Wllma and Frances Montgomery, Ruth Root, Elizabeth Nye, Jennie Hanlon, Charlotte Cramer, Betty Munhall, Frankie Lee Bayslnger, Ruth Stlrneman, Marlon Klinker, Joyoe Nell, Kathleen White, Doris WilleU and Annette Mcintosh. ,