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5OTH ANNIVERSARIES


5OTH ANNIVERSARIES Clyde and Barbara Hargrove (seated) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at their Family Hargrove Farm in Sharp on May 1. Joining them were Clyde’s first cousins, Cole Yoakum and Walter Wentzel, who also married their respective spouses in 1960. Their children, Tammy Smith and Clyde Jr., hosted the celebration. Clyde Hargrove and Barbara Rosenthal were married May 1, 1960. Cole and Carol Holsenback Yoakum were married April 2 and Walter and Mona White Wentzel will celebrate on Sept. 3. Standing (L-R) are Mona and Walter Wentzel, Carol and Cole Yoakum. Among the gathering of family and friends were 10 first cousins—Earl Beathard, Leona Taylor, Peggy Sutton, Dorothy Jenkins, Carolyn Hafley, Cole Yoakum, Valery Beard, Walter Wentzel, Travis Yoakum and Clyde Hargrove. They are all grandchildren of the late Walter and Mary McCoy Yoakum of Milano. Clyde’s aunt, Charlotte Yoakum Wentzel of Santa Fe, was also in attendance. 5OTH ANNIVERSARIES Clyde and Barbara Hargrove (seated) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at their Family Hargrove Farm in Sharp on May 1. Joining them were Clyde’s first cousins, Cole Yoakum and Walter Wentzel, who also married their respective spouses in 1960. Their children, Tammy Smith and Clyde Jr., hosted the celebration. Clyde Hargrove and Barbara Rosenthal were married May 1, 1960. Cole and Carol Holsenback Yoakum were married April 2 and Walter and Mona White Wentzel will celebrate on Sept. 3. Standing (L-R) are Mona and Walter Wentzel, Carol and Cole Yoakum. Among the gathering of family and friends were 10 first cousins—Earl Beathard, Leona Taylor, Peggy Sutton, Dorothy Jenkins, Carolyn Hafley, Cole Yoakum, Valery Beard, Walter Wentzel, Travis Yoakum and Clyde Hargrove. They are all grandchildren of the late Walter and Mary McCoy Yoakum of Milano. Clyde’s aunt, Charlotte Yoakum Wentzel of Santa Fe, was also in attendance.

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