CARTHAGE Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Revette, 611 West St., celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 23 at Belvas Sahara Restaurant, Fargo, at a party given by the couples five children. The couple also celebrated at a cake and coffee hour at United Methodist Church, Carthage.
Mr. Revette, son of Frances Revette, East Syracuse, and the late Leon H. Revette, married Betty Jean Stiles, daughter of the late Earl L. and Dorothy (Waugh) Stiles, on June 22, 1963, at First Methodist Church, Carthage, with the Rev. Robert Belbin, pastor, officiating. Honor attendants were Sandra Fitzgerald, Adams, and William F. Revette, Endicott, brother of the groom.
Mr. Revette graduated in 1953 from Cato-Meridian High School, Cato, and in 1957 from Union College, Schenectady, with a bachelors degree. He completed courses in graduate studies at SUNY Oswego, SUNY Potsdam, Syracuse University, San Diego (Calif.) State University, Boston (Mass.) College, Millersville (Pa.) State College and the University of California at Berkley. He was a junior high school science and earth science teacher at Carthage Central School for 29 years. Mr. Revette is a long time official for high school girls softball and boys and girls basketball, and was a football official for 41 years. He enjoys traveling the country, driving, sodoku, crossword puzzles, reading and golf.
Mrs. Revette graduated in 1951 from Carthage Central School. She was a cashier for Western Auto, Carthage, and for Carthage Central Schools, and a clerk at various area retail stores. Mrs. Revette is a former Girl Scout leader and camp director, has been choir director at First Methodist Church, Carthage, for more than 40 years, is a coordinator for Operation Christmas Child and enjoys traveling the country, word search and crossword puzzles and watching television.
The couple has three daughters and two sons-in-law, Kimale and George Brummer, Granite Shoals, Texas, Lisa and Richard Hulme, Poplar Ridge, and Rhonda Revette, Liverpool; two sons, Dion, San Diego, Calif., and Kirk, Orlando, Fla.; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A grandson, Derek D. Revette, died Feb. 29, 2012.