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Wednesday, Jan. 21, 1998

Oglesbys to celebrate golden anniversary

Bill and Maxine Oglesby of Pecos will celebrate their golden
wedding anniversary with a reception on Jan. 31.

Friends of the family are invited to attend the reception,
from 2 to 4 p.m., that Saturday at First Christian Church,
423 S. Elm St.

Maxine Lyle and William Robert Oglesby were married on Jan.
30, 1948, at Saint Mark's Episcopal Church in Pecos. The
Rev. John Kittenger officiated the ceremonies. The cake
served at the wedding reception was made by Bill's mother,
Helen Oglesby, who still lives in Pecos.

The church building that at the time was Saint Mark's
Episcopal of Pecos was later moved to Fort Stockton and is
still serving as the Episcopal church there. Two of the
Oglesby's children were married in the building that is
currently Saint Mark's of Pecos.

Maxine remains active in Saint Mark's Episcopal Church,
while Bill is an active member of First Christian Church.

The Oglesbys have three children: William Henry Oglesby and
Mary Oglesby Evans, both of Pecos, and Mike Oglesby of
Ozona. They have five grandchildren.

The children and their families are proud to observe the
Oglesby's 50th wedding anniversary. They cordially invite
friends of the couple to help celebrate the occasion at the
upcoming reception.

Juarez celebrates fifth birthday

Alexa Marie Juarez celebrated her fifth birthday, Sunday,
Jan. 18, with a birthday party held in her honor at her
grandmother's home.

She was born Jan. 20, 1993.

Theme for the event was Ariel the Mermaid. Refreshments,
along with an Ariel cake were served to the guests.

She is the daughter of Nola and Jimmy Juarez of Barstow.

Maternal grandparents are Angie and Marcos Contreras of

Paternal grandparents are Gloria and Tito Juarez of Barstow.

Nichols named to Dean's list

Schreiner College named Liza M. Nichols to its fall 1997
Dean's list. Inclusion on this prestigious roll requires at
least a 3.0 grade point average on a full-time schedule (12
credit hours or more).

Nichols, the daughter of Salvador and Estella Nichols of
Pecos, is a junior exercise science major at Schreiner.

Schreiner College is a small-co-educational liberal arts
college in the Texas Hill Country. Related by choice and by
covenant to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Schreiner has
been rated in the top quartile of western liberal arts
colleges by U.S. News and World Report Magazine.

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