Art and Sherry Reynolds

Art and Sherry Reynolds, Chehalis, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Nov. 26 at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Rod and Julie Reynolds, in Chehalis. The party with friends and relatives included catered food and live music by Chris Guenther.

The Reynolds were married Nov. 27, 1954, at Toledo Presbyterian Church. They have lived in this area for most of their lives.

Art was a timber faller and sign painter. Sherry worked as a waitress, secretary, voting registrar and worked at the polls.

They are members of the Finn Lodge in Winlock and the Toledo Presbyterian Church. They enjoy attending W.F. West High School softball games, and Chehalis Middle School football, basketball and baseball games.

One of their grandchildren plays softball for Princeton, and they travel to her games when her team plays on the West Coast.

The Reynolds’ children and spouses are Jeff (Becky) Reynolds, Ocean Shores; Tammy (Mike) Mammon, Hillsboro, Oregon; and Rod (Julie) Reynolds, Chehalis. They have five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Elvin and Elaine Jorgensen

Elvin and Elaine Jorgensen, Onalaska, are celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary Jan. 24 at their home. The event is by invitation only, but cards and telephone calls are welcome.

The couple was married Jan. 24, 1945, at Fort Lewis.

Elvin was a logger, fished in Alaska and served as Onalaska postmaster. Elaine worked at Garrison’s Rexall Drug, Chehalis ,and was a housewife. They enjoy watching the Mariners and the Seahawks.

Their daughter, Donna Norquist, lives in Eagle Point, Oregon. They have three grandchildren and two great-grandsons.

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