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July 24, 2010

Anniversaries: July 25, 2010

Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks

Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks of Brazil will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday, July 30, 2010. They celebrated with family for a week in April at Madeira Beach, Fla.

Cards are welcome.

The couple were married July 30, 1960, in the First Methodist Church at Bright, Ind., by C.H. Cox. Mrs. Hicks, the former Goldie Blanton, retired as a registered medical technologist from Community Medical Clinic in Brazil. Hicks served in the United States Army and retired from Country Mark Co-op as a regional feed specialist.

The couple have three children, Lisa Hicks, Bradley Hicks and wife Patty, and Derric Hicks. They also have one stepgrandson and three grandchildren.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wrate

Mr. And Mrs. Herbert Wrate of Cory will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 1, 2010, in the Cory Zion Church.

Friends and relatives are all invited.

The couple were married April 17, 1960, in the Terre Haute Seventh-day Adventist Church by Pastor William Ward. 

Mrs. Wrate, the former Phyllis Keller, is a homemaker. Wrate was a teacher and superintendent, and is retired from the Wisconsin Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

The couple have two children, Steve Wrate and wife Sonia of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Collene Kelly and husband Ron of Arcadia, Ind. 

They also have six grandchildren, three boys and three girls.

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Netzley

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Netzley of Terre Haute observed their 30th wedding anniversary on July 15, 2010. Trips to San Francisco and Costa Rica are planned later this year.

The Netzleys were married July 15, 1980, in Springfield, Ill.

Mrs. Netzley is the former Mary Heil of McLeansboro, Ill. Netzley is a landscape gardener/horticulturist and owns Netzley’s Nursery.

The couple have one son, Cassius Netzley of Carmel.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Keller

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