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John and Marilyn Deters

[OCT. 16, 2004]  John and Marilyn Deters of Middletown will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 24, with an open house from 2 to 4 p.m., hosted by their children, at the home of Dave and Sandy Deters in Middletown. No invitations are being sent. The couple request casual dress and no gifts.


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John Deters Jr. and Marilyn Hunsley were wed Oct. 24, 1954, at Zion Lutheran Church in New Holland. The Rev. Charles Heimgartner officiated. Their attendants were Judy (Gard) Weisman of Springfield and James Kunken of Greenview.

John and Marilyn are parents of John (and Jerrie) Deters of Mason City and Donna Deters, Dave (and Sandy) Deters and Rick (and Ardith) Deters, all of Middletown. There are 14 grandchildren, one granddaughter deceased and four great-grandchildren.

John is retired from farming and Marilyn was a cook at West Lincoln-Broadwell School.

 

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