Guff and Carolyn ThorpeAll friends and relatives of Carolyn and Guff Thorpe are invited to help them celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at a family-hosted coffee hour at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Madras United Methodist Church.

The Thorpes were married Jan. 25, 1964, at the First Methodist Chapel in Liberal, Kan. In Madras, the Thorpes owned and operated Green Spot Welders. After selling the business, Mr. Thorpe was an industrial arts teacher at Madras High School for many years, and is now retired.

Mrs. Thorpe worked for the 509-J School District in the Support Services Office until her retirement. Both are longtime, active members of the Madras United Methodist Church.

They have two daughters, Ashley (and Lee) Williams of West Richland, Wash., and Alison (and Glenn) Bestebreur of Prosser, Wash.; and five grandchildren, Noah and Carson Williams, and Rebekah, Grace and Isaac Bestebreur.

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