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Hasty couple marks 60th
VANDUSER, Mo. -- Ettel and Dorothy Hasty of Vanduser celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Jan. 28, 2006.
The event was held at the Family Life Center, hosted by their children.
The couple was married Jan. 26, 1946, at Crowder, Mo. He was a farmer 31 years in Bell City, and still sells garden items in the Sikeston area. Mrs. Hasty worked 10 years at Sikeston Convalescent Center and six years at Visiting Nurse Association.
Their children and spouses are: Noel Hasty of Vanduser, Ronnie and JoAnn Hasty of Ozark, Ala., Lonnie and Brenda Hasty of Cape Girardeau, Kay and Doug Tropf of Marble Hill, Mo., Sue and Butch Watkins of Scopus, Mo., Dennis Hasty of Sikeston, Mo., and Pam and Ben Easter of Vanduser.
They also have 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.