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Mason City, Iowa ✦ Sunday, March 8, 2009

Engaged

55th Anniversary

Joanna Aves Samuel B.

and

and

Andrew Weinberg

Charlotte L. (Francis) Swartz,

will be married on June 20, 2009 at Nazareth Lutheran Church in Cedar Falls.

of Clear Lake, were married March 12, 1954 in Sioux Falls, S.D.

Still kicking up her heels at 91

Engaged Jamie L. Christensen and Geoffrey D. Kraemer will be married on Aug. 22, 2009 at the Greek Orthodox Church of Transfiguration, in Mason City.

Helen Glaspey with her granddaughter, Sadie Rose, in the “Windy City.”


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CELEBRATIONS

Happy 50th Birthday on 3-11-09

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ANNIVERSARY

Swartz, 55 years CLEAR LAKE — Samuel B. and Charlotte L. (Francis) Swartz, of Clear Lake, were married March 12, 1954 in Sioux Falls, S.D. They will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary on March 12, 2009. The couple requests no gifts, please. Sam and Charlotte have eight children, 17 grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren.

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MISSY SCHIPPER, of Kansas City, Kan., is the daughter of Harold and Jan Schipper, of Mason City. She is employed by Schmitt Manz Swanson & Mulhern, P.C. in Overland Park, Kan. JEFF SNEED, of Kansas City, Kan., is the son of Clifford Sneed Sr. and the late Esther Sneed of Hamilton, Ohio. He is employed by the Kansas City Kansas Police Department. The couple will be married in a private ceremony on April 14, 2009 in Kansas City, Kan. A reception for family and friends will be held on Oct. 23, 2009 at the Holiday Inn in Mason City.

THANK YOU

Thank you

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to the following in helping us cope with the loss of our mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, THANK YOU Dorothy. Thank you to Heritage Care Center for the care she Thank You received while living there, to the doctors and nurses of CCU at Mercy Medical Center —North Iowa and We’d like to thank the Osage Community Chest Hospice of North Iowa, and to Jennifer and Dano of for their continued financial support of Parents Ward-Van Slyke Funeral Home. Thanks also to United of North Central Iowa. Your financial gift everyone for the food, cards, flowers and sympawill help us provide counseling for victims of child thies. All of you made the hard days a little bit easier sexual abuse. — Parents United of North Central Iowa for us. –The Dorothy Linne Family members and staff

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DONNA CARR, of Garner, is the daughter of Shirley and the late Veryl Carr, of Clear Lake. She is employed as a department manager at Wal-Mart in Mason City. GARY HALL, of Garner, is the son of Orville and the late Josephine Hall, of Garner. He is employed with Stellar Industries in Garner. The couple will be married at 4 p.m. May 16, 2009 at the Clear Lake Christian Church in Clear Lake.

MASON CITY — Teresa Corrick and Matt Hockett, of Mason City, are the parents of a daughter, Violet Dawn Hockett, born at 12:58 a.m. Nov. 11, 2008 at Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa, Mason City. She weighed 7 lbs. 15 oz., and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are Rick and Dawn Corrick, of Garner; Roseanna Hockett, of Sioux Falls, S.D., and John Art and Betty Hejlik, of Garner, and Marvel Hockett, of Des Moines. Great-grandparents are: Thompson, Mason City.

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Cole Ries CEDAR FALLS — Ryan and Sarah Ries, of Cedar Falls, are proud to introduce their son, Cole Andrew, born at 5:36 a.m. Dec. 30, 2008 at Covenant Medical Center, Waterloo. He weighed 8 lbs., 2.5 oz., and was 20¼ inches long. Welcoming grandparents are LeRoy and Mary-Margaret Ries, of Mason City, and Terry and Sharon Balk, of Waucoma, Iowa, and proud great-grammie is Lucille Balek, of Mason City.

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Storm, Gross SARAH STORM, of Iowa City, is the daughter of Brad and Judy Storm, of Elberon, Iowa. She is a graduate of Belle Plaine High School and is currently attending the Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. JORDAN GROSS, of Iowa City, is the son of Rick and Lori Gross, of Osage. He is a graduate of Osage Community High School and the University of Iowa. Jordan is employed with the Univer-

Wyatt Lee Latham

sity of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City. The couple will be married Aug. 8, 2009 at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Iowa City.

The family of Alan Dodge would like to thank everyone for all the cards, flowers, food and prayers during this difficult time. A special thanks to Pastor Kathy Graves, Pastor Jim Magelssen and Pastor Steve Palo for their outpouring of love and support to our families. We will cherish our memories of our wonderful husband, father and grandfather and those memories will bring us comfort as we go forward. Thank you all very much. — The Alan Dodge Family

MASON CITY — Kara Gaiser and Joe Latham, of Mason City, are parents of a son, Wyatt Lee Latham, born Jan. 13, 2009 at Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa, Mason City. He weighed 9 lbs., 2 oz., and was 22¼ inches long. He is welcomed by sisters, Sadie and Jordan Latham, and grandparents Tim and Kris Latham, Terry and Jodie Stevens, Mike and Penny Gaiser, and Paul and Arlene Sampson. Great-grandparents are Barb and Harold Gaiser, Judy and Walter Davies, and Jeanne Kalahar.

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BIRTHDAY

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MARRIED

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Vi Kappen, 80

Harrenstein, Gargano

Stan Tweeten, 80

SHEFFIELD — Vi Kappen, of Sheffield, will celebrate her 80th birthday with a card shower on March 12. Vi was born March 12, 1929. Cards may be sent to Vi, at the following address: 222 S. Second St., Sheffield, Iowa 50475.

FORT DODGE — Angelyn Renae Gargano, of Fort Dodge, the daughter of Mark Gargano and Tammy Gargano, of Fort Dodge and John Douglas Harrenstein, of Clear Lake, son of Douglas and Dorothy Harrenstein, of Clear Lake, were married Nov. 1, 2008 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Fort Dodge. Chad Donahoe, pastor of the Grace Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Lawrence, Kan., officiated. The maid of honor, was Andrea Marvin and matron of honor was Briley Hanson, both friends of bride. Bridesmaids were Rebecca Salge, sister of the groom, and Rachel Geilenfeld, cousin of the groom. The flower girl was Madison Hanson, friend of the bride. The best man was Jon Wiersbe, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Andrew Geilenfeld, cousin of the groom, Seth Meyer, friend of the groom, and Brendan Gargano, brother of the bride. Connor Salge, nephew of the groom, was the ringbearer. Ushers were Ned Menke, Chris Mehrens, Christian and Colin Gargano. The couple resides in Lawrence, Kan. The bride is a kindergarten teacher in Lawrence. The groom is a management analyst with the Johnson County Manager’s Office.

MANLY — Stan Tweeten, of 318 Dahl Drive, Manly, will observe his 80th birthday, with a family gathering on Saturday, March 14.

ENGAGED

Branstad, Wempen JENNIFER BRANSTAD, of Buffalo Center, is the daughter of Edward and Sandy Branstad, of Mason City. GEORGE WEMPEN Jr., of Buffalo Center, is the son of George and Irene Wempen Sr., of Buffalo Center. The couple will be married at 3 p.m. April 4, 2009 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Mason City.

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CONGRATULATIONS

Newman Catholic School would like to congratulate its Mathcounts team, 8th-graders, Anna Henrich, Meredith Behr, Ryan Julius, Ryan Schupick and coach Laura Henrich. They achieved perfect team scores at regional competition at North Iowa Area Community College. Ryan Schupick also placed first individually. They compete at state, March 27, with 6th-grader Nicole Hehr, as alternate.

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Zach Bredlow earns rank of Eagle Scout CLEAR LAKE — Zach Bredlow, 14, son of Bill and Julie Bredlow, Clear Lake, earned the rank of Eagle Scout on Feb. 10. The community is invited to celebrate with Zach, his fellow scouts, and his family at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at 3 p.m. Sunday March 22, at Zion Lutheran Church, Clear Lake. Zach’s Eagle Scout project was to build an informational kiosk at Bluebill Wildlife Area, south of Clear Lake. The project was completed in November 2008. This kiosk will

Bredlow provide fisherman and hunters alike, information on the wildlife area for many years to come.

Students named to RCTC Dean’s List ROCHESTER, Minn. — The following North Iowa students were named to the Dean’s List at Rochester Community and Technical College for the 2008 fall semester. The students achieved a grade point average between 3.0 and 4.0 for courses completed in the fall semester, ending this past December. BRITT — Kasandra Kennedy. OSAGE — Michael Lee. STACYVILLE — Marty Unruh.

IN MEMORY OF Dellis Arthur Walk was born Dec. 20, 1924 on the family farm near Kensett, the fourth of six children born to Edwin and Jennie (Radamaker) Walk. He lived and worked his entire life on the family farm. He attended country school near Grafton. After his father passed away in December of 1973, and his mother in June of 1977, Dell continued to work and care for the farm. During the winter months, Dell would go to auctions and collect farm antiques, restoring them if necessary. He had a large collection of which he was very proud. He liked showing someone an item and trying to stump them as to it’s purpose. When his eldest brother, Earl, entered the Northwood Retirement Home, Dell would go every evening after chores to visit and help Earl and other residents eat supper. He was a well-known and welcome face around there, even serving on the board. Dell, himself, became a resident of the Retirement Home and brightened others’ days with his visits and wonderful smile. Dell died Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009 surrounded by his loving family. Those left to remember and cherish him are his brother and sister-in-law, Everett and Beverly Walk; nephews, Steve Miller, Brad and Dawn Lunning

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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Students chosen as National Merit Finalists

Newman Catholic High School is proud to announce that two of its students, Stephen Henrich and Amanda Berneman, have been chosen as National Merit Finalists. Stephen is the son of Ed and Laura Henrich, and Amanda is the daughter of David and Laura Berneman. The National Merit Award is a prestigious and family, Scott and Linda Lunning and family, award that is awarded to approximately 15,000 high all of Mason City, Tom school seniors in the counWalk and Jeff Walk of try, out of 50,000 that origClear Lake; nieces, Linda and Richard Sash and fam- inally qualified for recogniStephen Hentich and tion, based on PSAT scores. ily, of Albert Lea, Minn., Amanda Berneman Finalists are chosen on Teri and Ron Gustin and teacher recommendation family, of Clear Lake, Deb- the following criteria: SAT and an essay. Congratulabie Hendrickson and fami- scores, grade transcripts, extracurricular activities, tions Stephen and Amanda! ly of Mason City, Valerie and David Midthun, of Farmington, Minn., Alison IAC marks Youth Art Month in March Walk and family of BrookDES MOINES – Students are 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monlyn Center, Minn., and from the West Fork schools day-Saturday and noonMarsha Heston and family in Sheffield and Rockwell 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Admisof Mason City; greathave submitted winning sion is free and open to the nephew, Michael Hinrichentries in a statewide art public. sen and great-niece, Jessie competition to be on display Hinrichsen. Also, very March 1-31 at the State Hisclose friends, Dan Gordon torical Building in Des and family, and Brian Gor- Moines as part of Youth Art don and family, all of Month in Iowa. Plumbing & Heating Grafton. It is sponsored by Art Among those welcomEducators of Iowa with sup423-8011 ing Dell to heaven, are his port from the Iowa Arts parents, Edwin and Jennie Council. Walk, his brothers, Earl, The competition showCecil and Gene Walk; siscases works by Iowa stuPlumbing ter, Lucille Miller, brother- dents in grades K-12. in-law, Ray Miller, sistersThe State Historical Problems... in-law, Teresa Walk and Building will feature 130 of Judy Walk and niece, the entries while 15 “best of Lynette Hinrichsen. show” entries will be disNo We love you Dell played in the office of Governor Chet Culver. A work by Problem Evan Dye, 9, of Sheffield, is among the 15. Call Us THANK YOU Other West Fork students, Ashley Baker, 12, and 21 and to all of you that Thank you Isabelle Hegarty, 3, will called me, sent cards and among the 130 entrants GRATITUDE.... e-mails wishing me a whose work will be disTHANK YOU to my happy retirement. played. family and friends that Much appreciated, The State Historical helped me celebrate my — Carol Peterson Building is at 600 E. Locust retirement on Feb. 20 and Street in Des Moines. Hours

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ENGAGED

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Christensen, Kraemer

Baker, Meinecke

JAMIE L. CHRISTENSEN, of Mason City, is the daughter of Dave and Kris Christensen, of Mason City. Jamie is a 2001 graduate of Mason City High School and a 2007 graduate of the University of Iowa. She will receive her clinical laboratory sciences degree in May of 2009. Jamie will be employed by Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines, following graduation. GEOFFREY D. KRAEMER, of Dubuque, is the son of Dr. George Kraemer and Geraldine Kraemer, of Dubuque. Geoff is a 1998 graduate of Hempstead High School in Dubuque. He is a 2003 graduate from the University of Iowa with degrees in finance and marketing. Geoff will begin the Doctor of Podiatric Medicine program at Des Moines University in August of 2009. The couple will be married on Aug. 22, 2009 at the Greek Orthodox Church of Transfiguration, in Mason City.

MANITOU SPRINGS, Colo.— Jen Meinecke and George Baker were married Oct. 7, 2008 in Manitou Springs, Colo. Jen is the daughter of Don and Kathy Meinecke, of Forest City. George is the son of Ron and Robin Trotter, of Forest City, and the late George Baker Jr., of Des Moines. The bride’s matron of honor was Anna Behrens, of Joice, and her bridesmaid was Barb Baker, of Klemme. The best man was Travis Baker, of Klemme, and groomsman was Chris Meinecke of Wellington, Colo. Jen is employed with Behr of Mason City, and George is employed with B and B Services and Towing, in Klemme. The couple enjoyed a dinner and dance at Duncan Hall in November. They are residing in Klemme.

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Congratulations Mom and Dad 65 Years

Glenn Shropshire and Maxine Moen married on March 4, 1944 in Thompson, Iowa. They have four children, Larry (Gail) Shropshire, of Fertile; Judy (Row) McGrath, of Cedar Rapids; Susan (Wayne) Foreman, of Sheffield, and Randy Shropshire, of Fertile. They also have 10 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. We all celebrate with them on this great day. The couple requests no gifts, but cards may be sent to 20286 Grouse Ave., Clear Lake, Iowa, 50428. Love, Larry, Judy, Susie and Randy.

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BIRTHDAY

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Ruth B. Smith, 85

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MASON CITY — Ruth B. Smith will celebrate her 85th birthday, March 22. A family dinner will be held on that day. Cards may be sent to: 15 S. Ohio Ave., Mason City, IA 50401.

STEFANIE MOREL , of Rockwell, is the daughter of Steve and Sheila Hewitt, of Pleasant Hill, and Holly Morel-Jenkins of Upland, Calif. She is a 2005 graduate of Upland High School in Upland, Calif. and attended LaJames College, in Des Moines. Stefanie is employed with I C System in Mason City. MICHAEL TRAGER , of Britt, is the son of Stacey Trager and Jim Strait of Britt. He is a 2002 graduate of West Hancock High School and attended North Iowa Area Community College. Michael is employed with Pepsi in Mason City. The couple will be married at 2 p.m. March 14, 2009 at the United Methodist Church in Garner.

Happy Birthday

Ardie Bier turns 80 on March 11. A family outing will be held at a future date. “Make Her Day” by sending birthday greetings to: 1111 9th Ave. S., Clear Lake, IA 50428

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Helen Glaspey, 91

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Helen Glaspey with her granddaughter, Sadie Rose, in the “Windy City.” JAMES P. KRABBE — 100 Years Hampton, formerly of Latimer Born: Boddum, Denmark - March 14, 1909 James Krabbe will celebrate his “CENTURY” Birthday on Saturday, March 14, 2009 with a family dinner and a “Community Open House” from 2 until 4 p.m. at Nazareth Lutheran Church, Coulter. Everyone welcome to the open house. Cards may be sent to: James P. Krabbe, % Franklin General Hospital — Nursing Facility, 1720 Central Ave. E., Hampton, IA 50441.

Helen Glaspey turns 91 on March 10. She lives in Milwaukee, but occasionally finds herself in Chicago, attending musical theater performances by granddaughter, Sadie Rose. A family party for Helen was held March 7, at her son’s home. Cards may be sent to: 2971 S. Shore Drive, Milwaukee, Wis., 53207. Helen lives in Wisconsin now, but much of her heart is still in Iowa.

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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS seven-time February ‘Students Honor Roll of the Month’ student, two-time MASON CITY — Kimacademic berly Miller, Douglas letter recipDobrzynski, Sarah Schickel ient and he and Casey Goetz were has been named Students of the Dobrzynski involved in Month for February, by the Speech. He is also been Mason City Noon Rotary named Language Arts StuClub. dent of the Month and Kimberly Miller is a stu- Modern Language Student of the Month. He is an dent at Mason City High active member of Trinity School, and the daughter Lutheran Church, where of Ron and he runs the sound board, Robin reads scripture, and plans Miller, Mason City. and leads the quarterly Her activi- teen worship service. He is the Northeastern Iowa ties and Lutheran Youth Organizaaccomplishments tion vice president. Dobrzynski has completed include Miller 40 plus hours of commubeing nity service each year, involved in volleyball, while in high school. He National Honors Society, National Art Honors Soci- plans to attend Grinnell College and double major ety, the Silver Cord Program, and Mohawk Follies. in English and computer science. She is a percussionist in the band, Mohawk Power Sarah Schickel is a stuPep Band, and Mohawk dent at Newman Catholic Marching Band. Miller is High this year’s drum captain, School, and chair of the Mason City is the Youth Action Team, and a daughter of member of the Mason City Bill and Youth Task Force executive Candi committee. She also Schickel, served on the Instructional Mason City. Support Levy Committee. Her activiSchickel Miller is a volunteer stuties and dent leader for Youth for accomplishments include: Christ, and co-president band (concert, jazz and of Best Buddies. She is pep), track, diving, Just very involved in her Eliminate Lies member, church, Bethlehem High Honor Roll, and Lutheran Church, and National Honor Society Youth for Christ. Her member. She is a future plans are to attend Concordia University, next Eucharistic minister and a vacation Bible School fall. teacher at her church. Schickel is also a gymnasDouglas S. Dobrzynski is a student at Mason City tics coach. She plans to High School and the son of attend Wartburg College, Waverly, and major in eduEdward and Kathleen cation for special needs Dobrzynski, Mason City. His activities and accom- children. plishments include being a

Casey Goetz, is a student at Newman Catholic High School, and is the son of Goetz Dr. Steve and Barbara Goetz, Mason City. His activities and accomplishments include: being named Second Team All-District, and All District Academic First Team in football. He also plays golf for Newman. Goetz has been named to the Honor Roll, is a member of the National Honor Society, and received the Gary Nyhus Math Award. He attended North Iowa Area Community College half time, as a junior and senior in high school. Goetz is a volunteer at Lime Creek Nature Center and Habitat for Humanity. He is an avid bow hunter, hospitality minister at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, and works at Fleet Farm. He has been accepted as a Regent’s Scholar at Wartburg College, Waverly, and plans to attend dental school and become an oral surgeon.

District Speech competition results FOREST CITY — Results from Forest City High School’s participation in the District Individual Speech competition, held Feb. 28, in Mason City, are as follows: Division I Ratings Radio News Announcing — Justin Mattingly, Evan Eischen. Poetry — Madaline Adams, freshman; Rachel Jordahl, freshman; Lynnea Fredrickson, Jera Follmuth, Kailey Bunger. Public Address — Cody Lauritsen, Eric Bertelsen,

BIRTH Simon Sager. Prose — Riley Scharper, freshman; Trisha Trimble, freshman; Nate Byro, freshman; McKenzie Reece, Jason Neumann, Heidi Nyhus. Literary Program — Jera Follmuth. Spontaneous Speaking — Cade Christensen, Justin Mattingly. Review — Josh Bertelsen. Expository Address — San Keely, Megan Kirschbaum. Acting — Robert Searcy, freshman, Dan Langerud, April McCormick, Lynnea Fredrickson, Felicity Olson, Logan DeVries, Sarah Keely. Storytelling — Kailey Bunger, Julian Hasselhorn. Improvisation — Ben Langerud, freshman; Logan DeVries, Selah Zaldarriaga. After Dinner — Caleb Kruse, Evan Eischen, Simon Sager. Original Oratory —Dyllon Owen. Division II Ratings Poetry — Katie Jordal, freshman. Literary Program — Felicity Olson. Storytelling — Nate Byro, freshman; Rachel Jordahl, freshman; Nathan Koch, freshman; Sarah Keely. Acting — Anthony Bloome, freshman; Jon Happel, freshman. Improvisation — Tyler Putz. Original oratory — April McCormick.

Winona State graduate WINONA, Minn. — Brian Richter, of Corwith, Iowa, received a bachelor of science degree in management information systems, following the 2008 fall semester at Winona State University.

Jase James ST. ANSGAR — Justin and Christina James, of St. Ansgar, are proud to announce the birth of their son, Jase Michael James. Jase was born at 7:35 p.m. Jan. 29, 2009 at Mitchell County Regional Health Center, Osage. He weighed 6 lbs., 13.5 oz., and was 19 inches long. Jase is the grandson of Steve and Deb James, of St. Ansgar, and Robert and Sherry Kruse, of McIntire. He is the great-grandson of Robert and Dee Pinneke, of St. Ansgar, and Dave Keeton, of Stacyville, and the greatgreat-grandson of Myrtle Oudekerk, Clear Lake.

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CELEBRATIONS AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Lynette Williams. Michael Moore, Spencer Second Quarter Ott, Eric Palmer, Kaycee ROCKFORD — The B Honor Roll Salisbury, Courtney Rudd-Rockford-Marble 7th Grade: Rebecca Schrage, Michael Seibert, Rock Schools released hon- Broerman, Dylon Collings, Brittany Volk. ors rolls for the second 11th Grade: Jace Arends, Madison Fenton, Kelly quarter and first semester. Nicole Bitker, Emily ChamHain, Aaron Jeffrey, Logan Second Quarter bers, Kyndra Chambers, Johnson, Johnathon Jones, A Honor Roll Carly Duryee, Collin EggeAutumn Legg, David 7th Grade: Devin na, Dalton Fisher, Jonathan Marzen, Ethan Parcher, Berends, Emily Carroll, Shyla-Mae Reimers, Chloe Kaspar, Colby Martin, Kyle Wolfgang Davis, Zac Deetz, Thompson, Mikayla Turn- Ott, Honovi Simpkins, Brandon Emerson, Emily Joshua Weiner, Brandon bull, Aaron Wells. Laudner, Jefferson O’Brien, 8th Grade: Paton ArmWood, Shannon Wood. Andrew Schriever, Ryan 12th Grade: Tucker strong, Tyler Burnett, Kyle Turner, Madison Wood. Brinkman, Hannah Clark, DeBuhr, Kaylah Demaray, 8th Grade: Sabrina Dow, Mandy Demaray, Caraline Titiana Davis, Brittany Jacob Jeffrey, Connor Kuh- Eggena, Mikayla Engels, Demaray, Jesse Germundlemeier, Brianna Schubert, Jacob Green, Ethan Lines, son, Kyle Lines, Kyle Cole Staudt, Madison Thie- Lindsay Ott, Tristan Paulus, McCaslin, Lydia Parcher, man, Skylar Woodruff, Logan Reimers, Kelly Brendan Rooney, Briana Sadie Wyborny. Rottinghaus, Gary Schmidt, Schweizer, Jamie Spencer, 9th Grade: Zoe BroerKristy Tegtmeier. Derek Schriever, Lane man, Amalia Emerson, First Semester Wicks, Amber Wust. Daniel Guthart, Sarah Heft, A Honor Roll 9th Grade: Jocelyn Spencer Kelly, Lauren 7th Grade: Devin Arends, Justine Arends, Parcher, Bethany Schriever, Anna Eggers, Craig FriedBerends, Emily Carroll, Issac Schwantes, Nicholas Wolfgang Davis, Zac Deetz, man, Matthew Fullerton, Schweizer, Angela Staudt, Brandon Emerson, Emily Colbie Johnson, Travis Derek Willert, Jordan Laudner, David Marzen, Johnson, Cole Lines, Abby Williams, Cody Wood. Jefferson O’Brien, Andrew McCaslin, Benjamin Neal, 10th Grade: Danielle Schriever, Ryan Turner, Atasha Redies, Jackson Bodensteiner, Kayla Jeffrey, Rooney, Cole Turnbull, Kelli Madison Wood. Jonathon Laudner, Jeffrey 8th Grade: Sabrina Dow, Wood. Meek, Emily Ott, Kalen 10th Grade: Brent Chris- Connor Kuhlemeier, BrianParker, Nicole Schubert, na Schubert, Cole Staudt, teson, Daniel Dight, Curtis Taylor Schweizer, Luke Madison Thieman, Skylar Marker, Taylor Marzen, Staudt, Thessa Zumbansen. 11th Grade: Alexandra Abell, Abigail Deetz, Daniel THANK YOU Duryee, Elizabeth Elin, Heidi Hain, Abigail Kingery, Thank you Larissa Koehler, Randi A heartfelt thank you to the doctors and nurses at Koehler, Katie Navratil, Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa, St. Mary’s Hospital, Staci Pump, Matthew RotRochester, Minn., and Good Shepherd Nursing Home tinghaus, Sydney Schmidt, for the excellent care given to Wally Stittsworth during Paige Schubert, Shellby his illness and passing. Teepe, Jenny Wyborny. He received so many cards, telephone calls and visits 12th Grade: Jessica which meant so much to all of us. Byrne, Will Campbell, Many thanks to the Rev. Jim Stiles and the Rev. DocStephanie Cannon, Melinda tor Jo Frahm-Watkins for all of their support and the Cassmann, Reid Clagett, lovely memorial service. Heather Dolan, Brennan We’d also like to thank the veterans for the special Fischer, Derek Lines, Noel flag presentation and recognition during the memorial. Marzen, Brent Nauman, To the many neighbors, friends, colleagues and stuMegan Neal, Anna Paulus, dents who brought food, shared a sympathetic hug and Bridget Schmitt, Kaitlin words of love, or attended the gathering in celebration Schmitz, Jarred Schubert, of his life. Thank you! Adam Shook, Alisha Staudt, We love you all! Jesse Stewart, Ashley Tret— The Wally Stittsworth family, Paula, Jon, tin, Cassandra Willert, Sheri (Huerta) Lisa (Rothgeb) and Jay

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Woodruff, Amber Wust, Sadie Wyborny. 9th Grade: Zoe Broerman, Amalia Emerson, Daniel Guthart, Sarah Heft, Spencer Kelly, Lauren Parcher, Issac Schwantes, Nicholas Schweizer, Cole Turnbull, Derek Willert, Jordan Williams, Cody Wood. 10th Grade: Danielle Bodensteiner, Jonathon Laudner, Jeffrey Meek, Emily Ott, Kalen Parker, Nicole Schubert, Taylor Schweizer, Michael Seibert, Luke Staudt, Thessa Zumbansen. 11th Grade: Alexandra Abell, Abigail Deetz, Daniel Duryee, Elizabeth Elin, Heidi Hain, Abigail Kingery, Larissa Koehler, Randi Koehler, Kyle Ott, Staci Pump, Matthew Rottinghaus, Sydney Schmidt, Paige Schubert, Jenny Wyborny. 12th Grade: Tucker Brinkman, Jessica Byrne, Will Campbell, Stephanie Cannon, Reid Clagett,

Alexandra DeWitt, Heather Dolan, Brennan Fischer, Derek Lines, Noel Marzen, Brent Nauman, Megan Neal, Anna Paulus, Bridget Schmitt, Jarred Schubert, Adam Shook, Alisha Staudt, Jesse Stewart, Ashley Trettin, Cassandra Willert, Lynette Williams. First Semester B Honor Roll 7th Grade: Rebecca Broerman, Dylon Collings, Madison Fenton, Kelly Hain, Wyatt Jacobsen, Aaron Jeffrey, Logan Johnson, Johnathon Jones, Autumn Legg, Ethan Parcher, Shyla-Mae Reimers, Matison Swanson, Chloe Thompson, Mikayla Turnbull, Aaron Wells. 8th Grade: Tyler Burnett, Kyle DeBuhr, Kaylah Demaray, Mandy Demaray, Caraline Eggena, Jacob Green, Jacob Jeffrey, Ethan Lines, Lindsay Ott, Tristan Paulus, Brendan Rooney, Briana Rottinghaus, Gary Schmidt, Derek Schriever, Chelsie Thompson, Lane Wicks. 9th Grade: Jocelyn Arends, Justine Arends,

Anna Eggers, Christopher Ewing, Craig Friedman, Matthew Fullerton, Colbie Johnson, Travis Johnson, Cole Lines, Abby McCaslin, Benjamin Neal, Atasha Redies, Jackson Rooney, Bethany Schriever, Sara Shook, Angela Staudt, Kelli Wood. 10th Grade: Brent Christeson, Daniel Dight, Kayla Jeffrey, Curtis Marker, Taylor Marzen, Michael Moore, Spencer Ott, Eric Palmer, Courtney Schrage, Brittany Volk. 11th Grade: Jace Arends, Emily Chambers, Kyndra Chambers, Collin Eggena, Jonathan Kaspar, Colby Martin, Katie Navratil, Shellby Teepe, Brandon Wood, Shanon Wood. 12th Grade: Melinda Cassmann, Tatiana Davis, Brittany Demaray, Jesse Germundson, Kyle Lines, Kyle McCaslin, Lydia Parcher, Zachery Prunty, Logan Reimers, Nicholas Salisbury, Kaitlin Schmitz, Kelly Schweizer, Kristine Schweizer, Jamie Spencer, Kristy Tegtmeier.

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CELEBRATIONS

Look Who’s Turning 70 Happy Birthday Becky

John Moor will celebrate his 70th birthday on March 9. Greetings can be sent to 204 N. 12th St., Clear Lake, Iowa 50428. Happy birthday from you wife, kids and five grandkids.

Stop and wish Becky a happy 70th birthday Wednesday, March 11, at Tull’s New and Used Store in Sheffield. Happy Birthday! From your sisters and brothers.

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Aves, Weinberg JOANNA AVES, of Cedar Falls, is the daughter of Marty and Sandy Aves, of Manly. She is a 2003 graduate of North Central High School, a 2005 graduate of North Iowa Area Community College and a 2008 graduate of the University of Northern Iowa with a B.A. degree in music composition. Joanna is a published composer. She is employed with Enterprise in Waterloo. ANDREW WEINBERG, of Cedar Falls, is the son of Mitch and Susan Weinberg, of New Hartford. He is a 2004 graduate of DikeNew Hartford High School, and is currently a student at UNI, and will graduate in May of 2009. Andrew is employed as a realtor with

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Re-Max Cedar Valley, Cedar Falls, and as a coach at the Cedar Valley Gymnastics Academy in Waterloo. The couple will be married on June 20, 2009 at Nazareth Lutheran Church in Cedar Falls. Their reception will be held at Rotary Reserve in Cedar Falls following the ceremony.

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RECEPTIONS Knights of Columbus 641.424.5300 551 S.Taft, Mason City Beautiful facility to host your wedding, anniversary or meetings. Max capacity of 300. Please call for additional information. REHEARSAL DINNERS Decker House Bed & Breakfast / Sour Grapes Bistro 641.423.4700 or 888.363.4700 119 2nd street SE, Mason City www.masoncityia.com/deckerhouse/ Elegant surroundings in this Neoclassical 1890’s home. Perfect for intimate weddings, rehearsal dinners, luncheons and cozy receptions. Conveniently located behind Music Man Square. TRAVEL Allen Travel Agency & Cruise Quest 641.357.5223 or 800.475.5223 10 Allens Alley, Clear Lake We are your full time professional travel planners and cruise vacation specialist, in service since 1951. TUXEDOS Moorman Clothiers 641.423.5222 / 2 South Federal, Mason City info@moormanclothiers.com www.moormanclothiers.com Your Tuxedo Professionals Sir Knight Formalwear 641.424.6018 19 2nd Street NE, Mason City www.andersonformalwear.com Formalwear is our specialty. Detailed individualized service. VIDEOGRAPHER Epsilon Productions 641.582.3239 www.videoiowa.com Our expert videographers will capture the emotions and excitement of your special day and create a moving, fun-to-watch DVD for you to treasure. We offer eedding & event videography, photo slide shows with music. Call us today to learn more! WEDDING SITE AND RECEPTION PM Park 15297 Rainy Drive South Shore, Clear Lake 641.357.1991 or 641.529.2222 www.pmpark.net Wedding site, reception and lodging available all on beautiful Clear Lake.


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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Osage Honor Rolls OSAGE — Osage High School released its second quarter and first semester “A” and “B” Honor Rolls. An asterisk designates a 4.00 grade point average. Second Quarter A Honor Roll 9th Grade: Jacob Anhorn, Thomas Biederman, *Katie Blaser, *Chloe Campbell, *Catherine Clark, Mitchell Eisenman, Luke Hanke, *Danielle Hejhal, *Katie Klaes, *Billi Kraft, Joshua Lackore, *Jenna Malecek, Joseph Michels, Andrew Milbrandt, Jacob Murphy, Cally Niess, Kirsten Olson, *Alix Paulus, Cortney Perrin, *Ryan Randall, Alyssa Schroeder, *Sawyer Small. 10th Grade: Jordan Angell, Natalie Bellairs, *Emma Boehmer, David Brandau, *Simona Curhova, Jenna Ham, Vince Hartogh, Brooke Jennings, Tanner Lewis, Lauren Malecek, Jessica Mayer, Taylor Mills, Kyle Nerad, *Adam Phillips, Kaitlyn Stricker, Luke Wagner. 11th Grade: Jordan Andersen, *Mackenzie Bartusek, Brent Blaser, Brooke Bodensteiner, Daniel Evans, Brianna Funte, Katie Haganman, *John Hanke, Rachel Hardy, Trevor Hejhal, Valerie Henderson, *Amanda Huisman, Tayler Kisley, Britny Kraft, Hayley Penfold, Joshua Randall, Molly Thomas. 12th Grade: *Tara Adams, Erica Bauserman, Jennifer Bellairs, *Timothy Biederman, Lucinda Burkholder, Alyssa Eisenman, Taylor Evenson, Colin Fox, Mark Gisleson, Sarah Gisleson, Morgan Haaland, *Julia Ham, *Alex Hartogh, Micheala Huebsch, Monica Jahnel, Abby Johnson, Amelia Johnson, *Elizabeth

Klaes, Bradie Kuehne, Adam Larsen, Brooke Lewis, *Lindsey Malecek, *Angela Mayer, Eric Michels, Cory Milbrandt, Travis Mills, Rachel Norby, Axel Schroeder, Mareah Sletten, *Rebecca Spitz. Second Quarter B Honor Roll 9th Grade: Trisha Adams, Theresa Bartholmey, Caitlin Block, Christopher Castek, Joseph Cockrum, Jaide Cornwell, Morgen Cornwell, Zachary Dralle, Alexa Friesen, Alexis Heaverlo, Kelly Heckstein, Francine Jones, Connor Krabbe, Leo Kruse, Jacey Kuehne, Lillith Lickteig, Sydney Michael, Tanner Molitor, Joshua Mostek, Cassidy Murl, Kyle O’Malley, Taylor Ott, Casey Palsic, Jessica Rogers, Samantha Rogers, Benjamin Schwarting, Garret Spitz, Richard Stevens, Maci Taets, Jenna Thompson, Haley Tourtellott, Austin Wagner, Caden Walsh, Christopher Weigle, Darren Wilde. 10th Grade: Alexis Adams, Brandon Barker, Andrew Bartz, Leah Bauserman, Ethan Brown, Jacob Chambers, Alex Chisholm, Kimberly Chisholm, Marcus Christensen, John Clark, Jordan Durbin, Alex Emerson, Lyndsay Evens, Jake Felper, Samantha Frost, Carly Gast, Jobe Goodale, Micheal Hackbarth, Marissa Hendrickson, Courtney Huebsch, Hilary Huebsch, Kate Huffman, Samantha Krones, Brianna Krukow, Abbie Lang, Jessica Lentz, Cory Low, Jonathan Lutz, Mitchell Mack, Patrick McNally, Victoria Milbrandt, Trevor Molitor, Dusty Murl, Kyrie Murl, Cody Nation, Allison Ruehlow, Tyler Scheer, Amber Snyder, Alicia Stricker, Tyler Thome,

Jacob Wagner, Erik Wyatt. 11th Grade: Eve Anderson, Zachery Baer, Hannah Christensen, Caleb Clark, Ryan Devins, Yngwie Goyette, Lacey Hauge, Todd Janka, Megan Johanns, Brooke Johnson, Courtney Johnson, Rachel Kaltwasser, Trevor Kapustynski, Jessica Kirst, Johnathan Lee, James Michael, Justin North, Erik O’Malley, Jade Olson, Hayley Rader, Molly Randall, Corey Reams, Bradley Ringhofer, Miriam Salamah, Cheyenne Sheahan, Autumn Spitz, Kayla Stanley, Raymond Suhr, Raelee Sullivan, Alicia Weber, Morgan Wilde, Stephanie Wright. 12th Grade: Michelle Avila, Jessica Baer, Larry Beyer, Jordan Bremer, Stacey Bremer, Emma Brown, Brett Castek, Justin Chambers, Ross Cockrum, Jonathon Cramer, Tina Decker, Breanna Dorsey, Ann Gisleson, Anna Gisleson, Chelsey Hemann, Jake Dean Hemann, Nolan Hirota, Samantha Hoisington, Rachel Kennedy, Kaitlin Koschmeder, Ryan Low, Michael Mack, Ben Mobley, Jennifer Molitor, Jessie Morische, Michael Moritz, Kelsey Nerad, Ashley Olsen, Nicholas Pilgrim, Kyle Popp, Destiny Quindt, Ashley Ranum, Kelsey Ruehlow, Marquis Shaw, Alexandria Sveum, Nicole Tourtellott, Kelci Troge, David Wherry, Samantha Wolf, Alyssa Westling. First Semester A Honor Roll 9th Grade: Jacob Anhorn, Thomas Biederman, *Katie Blaser, *Chloe Campbell, *Catherine Clark, Mitchell Eisenman, Alexa Friesen, Luke Hanke, *Danielle Hejhal, Katie Klaes, *Billi Kraft, Joshua Lackore, *Jenna Malecek, Joseph Michels, Andrew

Milbrandt, Tanner Molitor, Jacob Murphy, *Cally Niess, *Alix Paulus, Cortney Perrin, *Ryan Randall, Alyssa Schroeder, *Sawyer Small. 10th Grade: Natalie Bellairs, *Emma Boehmer, David Brandau, John Clark, *Simona Curhova, Jenna Ham, Vince Hartogh, Kate Huffman, Brooke Jennings, Tanner Lewis, Lauren Malecek, Jessica Mayer, Taylor Mills, Kyle Nerad, *Adam Phillips, Kaitlyn Stricker, Luke Wagner. 11th Grade: Jordan Andersen, *Mackenzie Bartusek, Brent Blaser, Brooke Bodensteiner, Daniel Evans, Brianna Funte, Katie Haganman, *John Hanke, Rachel Hardy, Trevor Hejhal, Valerie Henderson, *Amanda Huisman, Tayler Kisley, Hayley Penfold, Joshua Randall, Bradley Ringhofer. 12th Grade: *Tara Adams, Erica Bauserman, *Timothy Biederman, Jordan Bremer, Emma Brown, Lucinda Burkholder, Brett Castek, Alyssa Eisenman *Taylor Evenson, Colin Fox, Mark Gisleson, Sarah Gisleson, Morgan Haaland, *Julia Ham, *Alex Hartogh, Micheala Huebsch, Monica Jahnel, Abby Johnson, Amelia Johnson, *Elizabeth Klaes, Bradie Kuehne, Adam Larsen, Brooke Lewis, *Lindsey Malecek, Angela Mayer, Corey Milbrandt, Travis Mills, Rachel Norby, Axel Schroeder, Mareah Sletten, Rebecca Spitz. First Semester B Honor Roll 9th Grade: Trisha Adams, Theresa Bartholmey, Caitlin Block, Matthew Bushbaum, Christopher Castek, Joseph Cockrum, Jaide Cornwell, Morgen Cornwell, Zachary Dralle, Alexis Heaverlo,

Kelly Heckstein, Jared Johanns, Francine Jones, Connor Krabbe, Leo Kruse, Jacey Kuehne, Lillith Lickteig, Sydney Michael, Joshua Mostek, Cassidy Murl, Kyle O’Malley, Kirsten Olson, Taylor Ott, Casey Palsic, Kacie Rinnels, Jessica Rogers, Justin Rogers, Samantha Rogers, Benjamin Schwarting, Garret Spitz, Richard Stevens, Maci Taets, Jenna Thompson, Haley Tourtellott, Austin Wagner, Caden Walsh, Christopher Weigle, Darren Wilde. 10th Grade: Alexis Adams, Jordan Angell, Brandon Barker, Andrew Bartz, Leah Bauserman, Ethan Brown, Jacob Chambers, Alex Chisholm, Kimberly Chisholm, Marcus Christensen, Jordan Durbin, Alex Emerson, Lyndsay Evens, Jake Felper, Carly Gast, Jobe Goodale, Micheal Hackbarth, Marissa Hendrickson, Courtney Huebsch, Hilary Huebsch, Samantha Krones, Brianna Krukow, Abbie Lang, Jessica Lentz, Cory Low, Jonathan Lutz, Patrick McNally, Victoria Milbrandt, Trevor Molitor, Dusty Murl, Kyrie Murl, Cody Nation, Allison Ruehlow, Tyler Scheer, Amber Snyder, Alicia Stricker, Tyler Thome, Jacob Wagner, Erik Wyatt. 11th Grade: Eve Anderson, Zachery Baer, Hannah Christensen, Ryan Devins, Yngwie Goyette, Lacey Hauge, Todd Janka, Megan Johanns, Brooke Johnson, Courtney Johnson, Rachel Kaltwasser, Trevor Kapustynski, Jessica Kirst, Britny Kraft, Johnathan Lee, Todd Lewis, James Michael, Dylan Nash, Justin North, Erik O’Malley, Jade Olson, Jakki Olson, Hayley Rader, Molly Randall, Miriam Salamah, Cheyenne Sheahan,

Autumn Spitz, Kayla Stanley, Raymond Suhr, Raelee Sullivan, Molly Thomas, Alicia Weber, Morgan Wilde, Stephanie Wright. 12th Grade: Michelle Avila, Jessica Baer, Jennifer Bellairs, Larry Beyer, Stacey Bremer, Justin Chambers, Ross Cockrum, Jonathon Cramer, Tina Decker, Trevor Decker, Breanna Dorsey, Ann Gisleson, Anna Gisleson, Chelsey Hemann, Jake Dean Hemann, Nolan Hirota, Samantha Hoisington, Rachel Kennedy, Kaitlin Koschmeder, Kayla Krabbe, Ryan Low, Michael Mack, Adam Mark, Eric Michels, Ben Mobley, Jennifer Molitor, Jessie Morische, Michael Moritz, Kelsey Nerad, Ashley Olsen, Nicholas Pilgrim, Destiny Quindt, Ashley Ranum, Kelsey Ruehlow, Marquis Shaw, Alexandria Sveum, Nicole Tourtellott, David Wherry, Samantha Wolf, Alyssa Westling.

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Military Promotion

Cole Fatland was promoted to sergeant on March 1, 2009 while stationed in Iraq with the U.S. Army for the second time. His wife, Robin, is in Germany where he is stationed.

CELEBRATIONS Open House for Steven and Jeremy Schmidt from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday,March 14,2009, Nora Springs Catholic Community Center. Steven graduated from Central Springs High School,Manly, on Jan.8,2009. We’d like to celebrate this at the same time as we prepare to say goodbye to Jeremy,who has volunteered to deploy with a military police unit out of Atlanta,Ga. He will deploy on March 20,2009. Please come and help us celebrate Steven’s graduation,before his brother deploys and help us say goodbye to Jeremy! Bring an appetite!

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