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Jay and Ida Mae Wheeler celebrate 60th anniversary

2008-06-04 - Photo By Mary Phelps-Hathaway.
JAY and IDA MAE WHEELER celebrated their 60th anniversary with family on Sunday, June 1, 2008, one week earlier than the actual day, which is June 7, 2008. It was a time when all the children could be in for the occasion. Top row, from left: Diane and Candace Hatcher, Missy Pennington and Donnie Wheeler. Next row going down: Sandy Rogers, Jeannie Cox, Linda Hendrickson. Next row: Connie Wheeler, Kim Carter, Mathew and Olivia McHam, Pat Downey. Next row down: Natasha Newton, Cherish Lowe, Mercedes Cox. Next row: Nicole McHam, Ida Mae and Jay Wheeler, Keisha and Kali Downey. Bottom row: Taylor Newton, Laydon Carter, Alexei Feese, Colby Pennington, Tanner Newton, Jaylyn Carter, Blaine Pennington. On far left:Case Cox. On far right: Jacody Downey and Eric Hatcher.

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