MR. AND MRS. CHARLES LINGENFELTER Charles Lingenfelters Feted By Friends, Relatives On Golden Wedding More than 80 relatives and friends joined in the celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lingen fcltcrs' Golden Wedding yesterday during an afternoon recep lion honoring the couple at the First Methodist church. Among the guests were two who had attended the wedding 50 years ago in Wal)ash, Indiana. They were Mrs. Madge Gray Sage, now of Long Beach, who was Mrs. Lin genfelter's third grade teacher in Wabash, and Ann Potter of Pasa dena, a former school friend in Wabash. Pouring during the reception were Mmes. H. 0. Robinson, Carl Brodersen, L. R. Donavin, Harold Martin, R. A. Swank and Jane Phillips. Floral arrangements included 30 golden roses in a gilded con tainer in which a decorative nu meral "50" was placed. This was a gift from Jlr. and Mrs. Floyd Akers of Washington, D.C, lifelong friends and formerly of Wabash, Ind. The Lingenfelters, married m Wabash, June 21, 1013, moved from Wabash to Long Beach m January 1920 where Mr. Lingcn- felter served for seven years as superintendent with the Long Beach Transportation Company. He then joined the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company as their Long Beach salesman and later became theu: independent tire dealer in Long Beach. In 1947, Mr. Lingenfelter sold his business and the couple moved to Redlands. Mrs. Lingenfelter has been active here in church work and is a member of sewing and Canasta clubs. She recently returned from Denver, Colo., where she spent sbc weeks caring for five grandchildren while their mother was on a trip to Canada. Mr. Lingenfelter's hobby has been building homes and remodel- Brooks-Engelsman June Wedding Announced Mrs. Marion Engelsman of Calimesa who has a wide circle of friends in this area, was married Thursday to George Brooks of Yucca Valley, the ceremony performed in the Little Rock church in Yucca Valley's Christ Park. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milton of Mentone were attendants at the ceremony which was followed by a reception. After a honej-moon trip to Ihc east and into Canada, the couple will be at home at 933 Park ave. nue in Calimesa. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. ing older ones. He has just finished the couple's new home on Cajon street. He also finds time for lawn bowling and is an active member of the Redlands Lawn Bowling club. Both enjoy motoring and have covered much of the United States and Canada. They have two children, a daughter, Mrs. Leon Mattocks, vice principal and dean of girls at Will Rogers Junior High school in Long Beach, and a son, Robert, who was a Captain in the United States Air Force during Worid War II and who now lives in Denver. There are seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mrs. Daniel Hynes, a 1928 graduate of the University of Redlands, is the mother of the great-grandchildren. ccietif MSS JOSEPHLXE REAY Society Editor Gordon Brunton To Claim Alaska Girl As Bride Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Cashen of Douglas. Alaska, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Lee, to Gordon Edwin Brunton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brunton, 737 South Buena Vista street. The bride-elect is a native of Alaska and a June graduate of the University of Alaska where she majored in education. Gordon, a native Califomian, was educated in Redlands schools. He is a 1962 graduate of the University of Alaska. A geology major, he is currently employed as a soil analyst for the State of .Alaska, Department of Highways, in Valdez. The wedding is planned for August 30 in the Presbyterian church in Juneau, Alaska. Bill Phillips Presents Solo Piano Recital A Friday evening piano recital was presented by Bill Phillips at the home of ris teacher, Mrs. Ruth Wilkerson, 1064 Clifton avenue. Bill, a Redlands High school student, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips Jr., 932 Sixth street. His selections included two Bach Preludes, the Sonata (Viennese) No. 4 by Mozart: "A Boat Slowly Sailing" by Krenek, "Butterfly" by Grieg and the Mendelssohn "Preludium". MARY LEE CASHEN Article By Jim Clark Is July Magazine Feature "Galatin Glissade" is the title of an article written by Jim Clark of Redlands, which appears in the July issue of "Field and stream" magazine. The article concerns a fishing and hiking trip taken last July into Gallatin NaUonal Forest, Montana, by Jim, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allason Clark, 1325 Sylvan boulevard, and Ed Schmidtmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schmidtmann, 109 East Fern avenue. Jim is a student at the U.S.C Dental school and Ed is a senior at Humboldt State college in Areata, CaUf. SINGER WEDS — Facts photographer C. J. Kenison snapped this informal picture of singer Carlo Alberghetii, left, and her sister, actress Anna Maria Alberghetti Saturday afternoon at the Brentwood home of Pierre Cossetti where Carlo wos married to Paul F. Poleno, Beverly Hills attorney. The ceremony was performed by Judge Arthur Miller of Mallbu. The bride's brother, Paul, gave her in marriage and their mother, Mrs. Vittoria Alberghetti, was also present. Anna Mario was her sister's maid of honor. Summer Special during June only Two DistincKve 8 x 10 Silverfone Portraits Only $19.80 (regular cost $30.00). and Bigger Savings on Larger Sizes CALL NOW BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE Comfortably Cooled by Refrigeration 2l5 '/2 Orange 792-4405 POSTPONE WEDDING G00DM.4YES, England (UPI) — Michael Vaughan, 26, and Lesley JIarshall, 22, postponed their wedding today because the greyhound they bought with most of their savings in hopes of winning on the dog races ran away and was killed. Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 14b Pass !• Pass 2N.T. Pass 3* Pass 3 4k Pass 4 A Pass 4t Pass 4N.T. Pass ? Ybtt, South, hold: 4AQ6S VK3Z•AQ2 «A65 What do you do? A—Bid five hearts. Tour partner's lonr no-tmmp call was BUekwood. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues with a bid ot six no-trump. What do you do sow? Answer Tomorrow YOUTH FELLOWSHIP HAS BEACH PARTY Some 22 young people of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Youth Fellowship had a beach party Saturday at Newport, leaving Redlands in the early afier- noon and returning in the late evening. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Matthewson. Surfing and a wiener roast were the main activities enjoyed by the group. MAHRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Piek-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-S85I —"so different!' * Cerber Carving Set or Steak Knives The Ideal Quality Gifts for Brides • Cuitoimr Parking Volidatcd • You May Pork In Front 221 East State Helen Vawter Aerou tram seeuritj Bank Jeul* Vawtar Pearson Family Honor Guests At Farewell Party Mr. and Mrs. Willijun Pearson and children, Kent and Lj-nette. were honored last evening at a farewell patio supper at the home of Jlr. and Mrs. William N. Barlow, 131 Hastings street. The Pearsons will leave tomorrow to make their home in Arroyo Grande where Mr. Pearson will be employed at Vandenburg Air Force Base. Tables were decorated with brightly colored flowers and on the main table was a red, white and blue floral piece with a missile type base. During the evening a wall clock for their new home was presented to the honored guests. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foster with Nancy Ann and Joanna, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Price, Ronnie and Gerry; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durante and Chuck. Messrs. and Mmes. Lonnie Howell, Dannis Blake, Herbert Moore, M. C. Paton with Alan and Ann, Harold Van Grouw with Ronnie, Dave and Nancy; Mrs. L. Hanlon, Mrs. Gertrude Rushing, the Pearsons, the host and hostess and their son, Gregory. Tony Francis 4-H President Tony Francis was elected president of the East Highland 4-H club during its recent meeting at Cram school. Also elected were Howard Shell, vice president; Barbara Warrington, secretary; Claudia Castle, treasiu-er; Janet Morlan, club reporter; Marcia Francis, recreation director, and Rose Mary Real, song leader. A lively game ot German football, directed by Jerry Miller, preceded the meeting. Refreshments were provided and served by the foods project group. New members are being accepted and interested boys and girls between 10 and 21 years old are invited to contact Mrs. K. E Miller, Highland. MAK€fRIENDS A whistle or bell is Jess annoying than a harsh, shrill voice when calling the children. REBEKAHS INVITED TO SOCIAL CLUB MEETING Social club of Sapphire Rebekah lodge will meet Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the home of Lucy Bel! Gray, 734 South Wabash avenue, with Agnes Johnston as co-hostess. All Rebekahs are invited. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, June 24, 1963 - 3 CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS MEETING TOMORROW Court Our l.ady of Lourdes. Catholic Daughters of America, will have a business meeting at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Sacred Heart hall. Mrs. Henry Kruse, grand re gent, will report on the recent conference she attended at Sacramento. She will also introducg her chairmen for the coming year. This will be the last business meeting until fall. New Summertime Golden Playtex® Leisure Panty with soft, sheer lining. Wear it as garter panty girdle . . . detach the garters and wear as a panty brief. 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