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Tuesday, July 03, 2001

Horne, Evans exchange wedding vows in Midland 

Jacquelyn Horne and Jared Evans exchanged wedding vows at 2 p.m., Saturday, June 30, at First Baptist Church in Midland with pastor Charlie Dodd officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Harold and Vicki Horne of Midland. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Jack Chenault and a May graduate of Texas A&M University.

Evans is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Evans of Dallas and a May graduate of Texas A&M University.

Maid of honor for the special event was Heather Hancey, a friend, of Lake Jackson. Bridesmaids included friends, Krista Stankovich of San Antonio, Angie Bingham of San Antonio, Stephanie Best of College Station, Emily Armour of Midland and Becky Wetendorf of Midland.

Flower girl was the groom's niece, Kayla Evans of Dallas. In charge of the houseparty were friends, Natalie Halbert and Natalie Walls of College Station and the groom's cousin, Michelle Evans of Dallas.

Jeff Mill, a friend from Albuquerque, N.M., served as Best Man. Groomsmen included, Ben Dias, a friend from Rockport; Justin Horne, brother of the bride, of Midland; Joseph Newman, a friend from College Station; Zach Taylor, a friend from College Station; and Matt Friedrick a friend from Land O Lakes, Wisconsin.

Ring Bearer was a cousin of the bride, Chase Corrington of Greensboro, N.C.

Ushers were brothers of the groom, Ray and Eric Evans of Dallas, nephews of the groom, Jeremy Evans and Blake Evans of Dallas.

The bride's bouquet was a cascade of white lilies, white roses and white stephanotis intertwined with pearls. She wore a gown from the Ginza Collection which was princess cut, sleeveless and had a scoop neck. The bodice and hemline were trimmed with organza and schiffli lace and it featured a cathedral train. The hairpiece was a pearl and rhinestone tiara with a fingertip veil.

The bridesmaids wore long orchid gowns with empire bodices and beaded straps. They carried hand-tied bouquets of purple and pink roses.

The flower girl wore a princess cut gown with a pearl bodice and organza skirt. She carried a hand-tied white rose bouquet intertwined with pearls.

A reception was held following the ceremony at Greentree Country Club.

The couple plans a wedding trip to St. John, U.S.Virgin Islands and will make their home in Dallas following the trip.

Burkholder to graduate in 2002

John Richard Burkholder will graduate in May 2002 with a degree in Business Administration and then in December of 2002 with a degree in Applied Science from Odessa College.

He currently lives in Odessa and this is the second semester he has made the Dean's List.

He is the son of Deborah Lucas of Midland and John H. Burkholder of Pecos.

OC schedules summer session

Registration for Odessa College's Summer II session will be from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Thursday, July 5.

To speed up the registration process, new students should submit an application for admission prior to registration. Applications are available in the OC catalog and from the OC Admissions Office and Web site.

Students may arrange to pay tuition with a short-term loan that requires a 10 percent down payment and $15 fee.

Students who have completed 15 semester hours at OC may apply for federal loans. State and federal grants and college work-study also are available. Students are encouraged to apply early for these programs. Funds for some programs do not become available until later in the semester.

Proof of Texas residency for 12 consecutive months prior to enrollment is required at registration to qualify for Texas resident tuition rates.

New students must furnish an official transcript and may be required to provide TASP scores depending on course requirements. All transfer students must furnish an official transcript and TASP scores.

For more information, call the Odessa College Admissions Office at 335-6432 from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday-Thursday or visit the Odessa College Web site at

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