"TINNIES RENEW WEDDING VOWS"
From the "News Journal," Mannford, Oklahoma, October 29, 1986
An open house was held for Tom and Vesta Tinnie October 12 from 2-4:30 p.m. at the Community Center in observance of their wedding anniversary.
The refreshment tables were covered with lace cloths from Nottingham Palace Gift Shop, the lace capitol of the world in Nottingham, England. Gifts from a daughter-in-law, Margaret Lewis and her mother, Irene Bell. The cake was made by another daughter-in-law, Charlene Hammock.
The afternoon affair was all taped on a home video recorder as the couple renewed their wedding vows. Officiating was the Rev. Jerry Smith of the Drumright Free Will Baptist Church.
A granddaughter, Tina Hammock, of Shawnee presided at the guest book.
Those attending or sending gifts were:
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Childers, Robert Mullin, the Rev. Jerry Smith, Virginia Ogle, Geraldine Dockery and Mary Mitchell, all of Drumright.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pfrehm, Wewoka, Ok.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis and sons, Altus, Ok.
Roy Greer, Roy Lee Greer, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tinnie, Jonathan Tinnie and Lucille Tinnie, all of Cushing, Ok.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mullins, Thomas, Ok.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butler, Mannford, Ok.
Barbara Jones, Justin Jones, Elaina Petross, Clarissa Walker and Virgil Douglas, all of Stroud, Ok.
Martha McDaniel and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Mullin, Tulsa, Ok.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Petross, Oklahoma City, Ok.
Attending from out of state were Irene Doty, Houston, Texas; Maureen Boxter, Grandfalls, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Otis Vanover, Royal Oak, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Lankford, Galesburg, Ill., and Frances Phillips, Almeda, Calif.
Four of the couple's children were the hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Childers, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hammock, Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tinnie.
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