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Mason City, Iowa ✦ Sunday, August 2, 2009

Proud to be ‘90’!

70th Anniversary Channing and

Happy Birthday to

Pauline (Brasser) Dakin

Jean Kuhlemeier Crowell Your loving four children, eight grandchildren, and fourteen great-grandchildren are so grateful to have you in our lives!

of Mason City, were married Aug. 5, 1939, at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Mason City.

Engaged

Engaged Kate Laurel Muhlbauer and Eric Douglas Kamm will be married at 2 p.m. Aug. 22, 2009, at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Ames, Iowa.

Lindsay Christiansen and Jason Klouse will be married at 3 p.m. Sept. 26, 2009, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Manly.


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CELEBRATIONS

Theresa Amos, Section Designer ✦ GLOBE GAZETTE

200 Years of Pharmacy

Ambitious Feeders, Clear Lake Cow/Calf Select Champion, MASON CITY — The Courtney Younge, Venresults from the 4tura Hustlers, Ventura H/FFA Beef Show held Select Reserve ChamSaturday, July 25, at the pion, Taryn Riediger, North Iowa Fair are as Cartersville Wildcats, follows: Rockwell Registered Breeding Market Heifer Heifer Select Champion, Select Champion, Kacee Salisbury, Courtney Younge, VenCartersville Wildcats, tura Hustlers, Ventura Select Reserve Cham- Rockwell Select Reserve Champion, Sydney Younge, Ventura Hustlers, Ventu- pion, Cody Engebretson, Thornton Farmhands, ra Thornton Commercial Breeding No Fit Market Animal Heifer Select Champion, Jake Select Champion, Sargent, Lakes AmbiMorgan Steenhard, tious Feeders, Clear Lake Geneseo A recent reunion of the staff pharmacists of Park Clinic Pharmacy of the 1960s Select Reserve Cham- included these four pharmacists who have provided 200 years total pharmacy service. Haymakers/Rockwell pion, Cody Grant, Rough Riders, Rockwell From left, Don Huygens, Dennis Dobesh, Carleton Korn and Al Burkart. Korn and Select Reserve Cham- Thornton Farmhands, Burkart are retired. Huygens is semi-retired and Dobesh is a pharmacy inspector. Thornton pion, Stephanie Faught, Market Steer Lakes Ambitious FeedCongratulations Select Champion, ers, Clear Lake Maakestad-Kvisle Jacob Baker, Lakes Breeding Heifer Reunion Ambitious Feeders, Clear Select Supreme, The 96th annual Lake Courtney Younge, VenMaakestad-Kvisle Reunion Select Reserve Chamtura Hustlers, Ventura will be held on the second Select Reserve, Sydney pion, Cailey Weaver, Sunday in August, Aug. 9. Cartersville Wildcats, Younge, Ventura HusA potluck dinner will be Rockwell tlers, Ventura held at 12:30 p.m. in the Wiley Weaver County Bred Breeding dining hall at Cedar Junior Award, Cody Animal (Heifer) Springs (Wesleyan) Camp, Grant, Thornton Select Champion, 1260 River Road, Floyd. Farmhands, Thornton Morgan Steenhard, Bring your Senior Award, Jacob Geneseo own table service. Baker, Lakes Ambitious Haymakers/Rockwell Coffee will be provided. Feeders, Clear Lake Rough Riders, Rockwell Officers are Market Animal Select Reserve ChamRuth Sponheim of Osage Select Supreme Champion, Danielle Butler, and James Klemesrud of pion, Jacob Baker Lakes Ambitious FeedNew Richmond, Wis. Select Reserve ers, Ankeny Supreme Champion, Prospect Male Cailey Weaver Select Champion, Congratulations to the County Bred Market Courtney Younge, VenBeef tura Hustlers, Ventura Mason City Jr. Mohawk Select Champion, Select Reserve ChamMite hockey team Jacob Baker pion, Cody Grant, Download podcasts Select Reserve ChamThornton Farmhands, who competed in a tournament in Blaine, Minn., pion, Kaycee Salisbury Thornton of local news, sports and took second place. Showmanship Prospect Heifer and weather at Pictured from left to right: Lucas Jurgensen, Erik Senior Champion, Select Champion, SydMcHenry, Hunter Lincoln, Zach Lester, www.globegazette.com Danielle Butler ney Younge, Ventura Ben Blaha and Kade Hodak. Junior Champion, Hustlers, Ventura Coaches are Brian McHenry (left) Select Reserve Cham- Ryan Faught and Todd Lincoln (right). pion, Ryan Faught, Lakes

Nifty at Fifty

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Pattie Mills turned 50 on Aug. 1st and celebrated with an open house at Lester Milligan Park with family and friends.

Melvin Myklestad Melvin Myklestad of Garner was admitted for cancer surgery on May 17, 2009. Melvin is doing well and could use some cheering up. Cards may be sent to Janice Snater, 7202 Flagship Drive, Unit 6, Madison, WI, 53719.

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CELEBRATIONS

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Happy One Year Anniversary Jake!

ANNIVERSARY

Can You Believe this Irishman is 80 years

RETIREMENT

Open house for Green

It’s been an amazing year and I can’t wait for many more! Love Always — Your Wife, Kelli Jo

Happy 80th Birthday

Shaun (Gerry) McDaid will turn 80 years old on Aug. 19. Please join his family in celebrating his 80th birthday at a SURPRISE open house honoring our favorite “Candy Man” on Saturday, Aug. 8, at Holy Family Catholic Church, 714 N. Adams Ave., Mason City, from 2 to 4 p.m. Your presence will be the best gift and only present he needs. If you can’t make it, greetings may be sent to:

1522 N. President Ave., Mason City, Iowa 50401. Shh!!! Did we mention it is a SURPRISE?!

CLEAR LAKE — John Lee Green, of 1209 First Ave. S., Clear Lake, will be honored at an open house RETIREMENT at 4 p.m. Aug. 4, 2009, at the VFW in Clear Lake. Pistek, 60 years Green was a lieutenant Open house to be held for Ridder BRITT — Leonard and at the Clear Lake Police KLEMME — Randy Ridder, of 418 East Main, Kathleen (Chizek) Pistek of Department in Clear Lake Klemme, will be honored at an open house from 7 to 11 Britt, were married Aug. for 31 years. p.m. on Aug. 7, 2009, at Slippery Elm Golf Course in 25, 1949, at St. Patrick’s He is married to Tong Klemme. Catholic Church in Britt. Green. His children are Lee Randy Ridder was a mail carrier at the United States They will celebrate their Green and Scott Green, Post Office in Garner for 25 1/2 years. 60th wedding anniversary both of Clear Lake. He has with an open house from two grandchildren. 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug 8, 2009, in the USDA building located at 255 Highway 69 in Garner. They kindly request no gifts please. The couple’s children and their spouses are Francis (Elaine) of Garner, Mary (Dennis) Hutchinson School Supplies of Charles City, Carol (Dave) Moline of Waterloo, New Clothes Leonard (Cindy) of Britt, Lunch Ticket Barb (Bill) Swift of Dell Rapids, S.D., Joe (Kim) of Albia, Teresa (Todd) Decker of Algona, Patti (Paul) Birkey of Maplewood, Minn., Paul (Julie) of Plymouth. They also have 37 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.

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Happy Birthday Austin!!

August 1st we celebrated you becoming a teenager. Wow. 13. Hard to believe! We all love and miss you so. We are always thinking about you, not a day goes by that we don’t! Love always, Mom, Aunt Becky and Uncle Tim

MARRIED

Hall, DeNora SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Mary DeNora and Darren Hall were married May 30, 2009, at Calvary Baptist Church in San Deigo by Rabbi Joel Liberman. Mary is the daughter of Marolyn Hayes of San Diego and the late John DeNora. Darren is the son of Dennis and Bev Hall of Mason City. Matrons of honor were Gabriela Lawson and Carmi Fellwock. Other attendants to the bride were Kristina Stepanof, Tanya Schilling, and Lauren Chavez. Best man was Christopher Mittan. Other attendants to the groom were Lance Hall, Blake Cooper, Larry Coalson and Ozzie Godoy. Flower girl was Brynne

CLEAR LAKE — David Richardson and Linda (Peckham) Richardson of Clear Lake, Iowa, were married Aug. 4, 1984, at the United Methodist Church in Clear Lake. The couple will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a family dinner on Aug. 9, 2009, at the Rib Crib in Mason City, Iowa.

ANNIVERSARY

Sturm, 50 years

Wilson and ring bearer was Peyton Van Dyke. Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple is at home in Los Angeles, Calif.

GENEVA — Albert Sturm and Karen (Pals) Sturm of Geneva were married Aug. 8, 1959, at the First Reformed Church in Meservey. The couple will celebrate their 50 wedding anniversary with an open house from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 8, 2009, at the home of Rick (Penny) Sturm, 908 Second St. N.E. in Hampton, hosted by their children and grandchildren. Cards may be sent to them at 801 Front St., Geneva, IA 50633. The couple’s children and their spouses are Gene (Mona) Storm of Waterloo, Rick (Penny) Sturm of Hampton and Rachel (Matt) Catherman of Mason City. They also have 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

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They request no gifts, please. Cards may be sent to them at 11418 Jonquil Ave., Clear Lake, Iowa 50428. The couple’s children are Olivia and Jesse Richardson of Clear Lake.

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Congratulations

NEW ARRIVAL

Congratulations to the 41 students of North Iowa Area Community College who received the NIACC Student Leadership Award during the NIACC Alumni Association’s 19th Annual Pathways to Success Program on April 16. Honorees are nominated by NIACC staff and faculty for their academic achievement, positive attitude, character, teamwork, and the ability to inspire others. Most of them graduated on Friday, May 1. Pictured back row from left — Torey Stallsmith (Charles City), Logan Smith (Mason City), Jason Schweer (Waverly), Bradley Kemnitz (Thompson), Daniel Ihrke (Garner), Theodore Pappas (Nora Springs), Taylor DePeuw (Belmond), Christopher Clausen (Adelaide, Australia), Scott Birkedal (Nora Springs), Kyle Lutz (Osage), Calvin Rea (Cascade), Trella Warburton (Britt), Jared Johanns (Grafton), Drew Hagen (Newhall), Andrew Beck (New Albin), Aaron Hancock (Camp Verde, Arizona), Ryan Adams (Mason City) Front row from left — Kelly Weigel (Garner), Amanda Andrews (Charles City), Kristy Byrd (Mason City), Heather Snell (Mason City), Angela Merriam (Mason City), Marissa Vierkant (Alexander), Emily Christian (Northwood), Alysha Olson (Clear Lake), Misty Fandel (Garner), Courtney Hanson (Graettinger), Tiffany Braun (Grafton), Teresa Shaw (Osage), Sarah Everett (Britt), Christine Funk (Mason City) Not pictured — Robert Arnold, Jr. (Manly), Cory Champney (Forest City), Krystal Durr (Chicago, Ill.), Chance Frerichs (Alexander), Laura Holtz (Mason City), Alan Kading (Mason City), Justin Nerlien (Northwood), Kimberly Vest (Clarksville), Joan White (Belmond), Steven Wyborny (Rudd)

Braydin Christopher Jilek MASON CITY — Heather Wilson and Ryan Jilek of Mason City are parents of a son, Braydin Christopher Jilek, born 3:06 a.m. May 23, 2009, at Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa, Mason City. He weighed six pounds, seven ounces and was 19 1/4 inches long. Braydin is welcomed by Riley Jo Beyer. Grandparents are Kristy and Carl Borchardt and Deb and Chris Jilek.

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NW Missouri State honor rolls MARYVILLE, Mo. — Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, announces the names of students who were named to the Academic or President’s Honor Rolls at the end of the 2009 spring trimester. To be included on the Academic Honor Roll a stu-

dent must carry a minimum of 12 credit hours and attain a grade point average of 3.50 or above on a 4.00 scale. Students named to the President’s Honor Roll must attain a perfect 4.00 grade point average for the trimester. North Iowa students recognized include: CHARLES CITY — Christopher Hall, Academic Honor Roll.

LIVERMORE — Travis Scott, President’s Honor Roll.

Taylor dean’s List UPLAND, Ind. — Michael Josten of Ventura was named to the spring 2009 dean’s list at Taylor University, Upland, Ind. Full-time students are named to the Dean’s list when they have earned a 3.6 or better grade point average and completed 12 cred-

its or more. He is the son of Dean and Miriam Josten.

Taylor graduate UPLAND, Ind. — Matthew Josten, formerly of Ventura, received a bachelor of science degree in Christian Educational Ministries/Systems in spring 2009 commencement ceremonies at Taylor University, Upland, Ind. He is the son of Dean and Miriam Josten.

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NEW ARRIVAL

Julianne Waldeland APPLE VALLEY, Minn. — Travis and Dawn Waldeland, of Apple Valley, Minn., are parents of a daughter, Julianne Grace, born at 3:41 a.m. May 17, 2009 at Fairview Ridges Hospital, Burnsville, Minn. She weighed 7 lbs., 8 oz., and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are the late Julie Eskildsen, Dave and Patti Eskildsen, of Bullhead City, Ariz., and Rick and Dianne Waldeland, of Burnsville, Minn. Great-grandparents are Mona Morse, Mason City, the late Richard Morse, Ray Eskildsen, of Clear

Lake, the late Wegie Eskildsen, Chuck and Odella Vosburgh, of Mason City, Ed and Mary Rowland, of Wheaton, Minn., and Alice Paul, of Burnsville, Minn.

NEW ARRIVAL

Xavier Orozco MASON CITY — Faustino and Sylvia Orozco, of Mason City, are parents of a son, Xavier Michael Orozco, born at 12:27 p.m. July 22, 2009 at Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa, Mason City. He weighed 8 lbs., 3 oz., and was 21 inches long.

Jirak, Kingery

Hull, Sime

JEANNIE M. JIRAK, of Sheffield, is a graduate of South Winneshiek High School in Calmar, and from North Iowa Area Community College in Mason City with a degree in criminal justice. Jeannie is employed as Lead Youth Specialist with Lutheran Services of Iowa Bremwood in Waverly. DENNIS R. KINGERY, of Sheffield, is a graduate of Mason City High School and from North Iowa Area Community College with a degree in business. Dennis is employed as Site Supervisor with Securitas Security Services in Mason City. The couple will be married on Sept. 9, 2009, in a private ceremony in Mason City.

RENEE ELIZABETH HULL, of Mason City, is the daughter of Kim and Wayne Hull of Mason City and Chris Wanless and Edwin Tellez of Denver, Colo. She is a 2004 graduate of Mason City High School, a 2006 gradTHANK YOU uate of Hamilton College with an AAS degree in paralegal, and a 2009 graduate of Kaplan University with BS A very special thank you to degrees in business management and human resources. Thank you my children who planned a Thank you to everyone Renee is employed with Stanton and Sorensen Law Firm special dinner party. for phone calls, cards, and in Clear Lake. — John A. Arends MATTHEW TODD SIME, of Mason City, is the son of gifts for my 80th birthday. Kim and Mark Sime, also of Mason City. He is a 2001 graduate of Mason City High School and is employed with Spee-Dee Delivery in Mason City. The couple will be married at 3 p.m. Sept. 5, 2009, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 213 No. Pennsylvania, Mason Professional Senior Photos City.

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MARRIED

ANNIVERSARY

Snell, Goplen

Hagen, 50 years

PLYMOUTH, Minn. — Sarah Goplen and Ryan Snell were united in marriage on June 6, 2009, at St. Philip the Deacon ELCA Church in Plymouth, Minn., by Pastor David Hoffman. Sarah is the daughter of Cheryl Goodrich-Goplen and David Goplen of Plymouth, Minn. Ryan is the son of Carol and Mick Snell of Hampton. Maid of Honor was Emily Goplen. Sarah’s other attendants were Melissa Pieper, Nelli Logan and Julie Wesley. Best man was Jared Snell. Ryan’s other attendants were Matt Roling, Peter McNamara and Matt Abendschein. Flower girls were Emma Ragner and Dora Broveleit. Ring bearer was Donny Forsgren. Sarah is employed by Ankeny High School in Ankeny. Ryan is a graduate student at Iowa State University in Ames. The couple will reside in Ankeny.

FOREST CITY — Denny and Pat (Olson) Hagen were married Aug. 15, 1959, at Pilot Knob Lutheran Church, rural Forest City. The couple will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 9, 2009, at The Atrium at Waldorf College

THANK YOU

Thank you Our heartfelt thanks to our children, Cris and Dave Olson and Mike and Amy Nerdig and their families, for hosting the wonderful celebration of our 50th wedding anniversary. We appreciated seeing all the family and friends that attended; it meant so much to us. Thank you to all that have sent cards and flowers. — Larry and Sharon Nerdig

ANNIVERSARY

Dakin, 70 years MASON CITY — Channing and Pauline (Brasser) Dakin of Mason City, were married Aug. 5, 1939, at the Holy Family Catholic Church in Mason City. They will celebrate 70 years of marriage with an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Aug. 9 at the Mason City Country Club in Mason City. They kindly request no gifts please. Greetings may be sent to the couple at 630 Briarstone Drive No. D2, Mason City, Iowa 50401. Their children and

their spouses are Nancy and Lynn Rinehart of Newton, Tom and Toni Dakin of Kensett. They also have four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

in Forest City, hosted by their daughters and families. Their children are Pam and Bill Madsen, Maplewood, Minn., Debbie and Greg Geddes of Sioux Falls, S.D., and Denise and Brad Yeager of Forest City. They also have five grandchildren. They request no gifts please.


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CELEBRATIONS

GLOBE GAZETTE

Congratulations

ENGAGED

The Mason City Wildcats 11-under softball team won the Gold medal in the Bronze Division July 19 at the Iowa Games in Ames. The Wildcats won 16-3 over Kiron and 9-5 over Sergeant Bluff to take home the Gold. Team members are from left to right front row, Jenny King, Shay Curley, Jo Blazek and Sydney Miller. Back row left to right, Coach Scott Miller, Jessica Hemmen, Kaylee Anderson, Olivia Pederson, Kendall Cornick and Jessica Crooks. Team members not pictured: Rachel Danielson, Jayde Espinosa, Makenzie Meyer, Katie Voortmann, Marci Wolters and coach Teresa Lee.

In Loving Memory of Pamela Hickman July 28th, 2006 Hold on to what is good, even if it’s a handful of earth. Hold on to what you believe even if it’s a tree that stands by itself. Hold on to what you must do even if it’s easier to let go. Hold on to my hand even when I’ve gone away from you.

Sadly missed, Seth, Kate, Will, Family & Friends

BIRTHDAY

Clarence Hrubes, 80 GARNER — Clarence Hrubes, of Garner, will celebrate his 80th birthday on Aug. 4. Clarence was born Aug. 4, 1929. Cards may be sent to Clarence at 745 W. Seventh St., Garner, Iowa 50438. Wishing you a Happy 80th Birthday, Husband, Dad, Grandpa and Great-Grandpa!

Love: Joan, Mike and Char, Patti, Tony and Lacey, Josh, Brandi, Amara and Coewhan

Audino, Cessna BONNIE AUDINO, of North Liberty, is the daughter of Gail and Jim Audino of Cedar Rapids. Bonnie graduated from Mason City High School in 2001, and from Minnesota State University, Mankato, with a B.S. degree in dental hygiene in 2006. She is employed by North Liberty Dental in North Liberty. MATT CESSNA, of North Liberty, is the son of Kathy and Scott Cessna of Cedar Falls. Matt graduated from Cedar Falls High School in 2002, Luther College in 2006, and received a doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Iowa in 2008. He is employed by Progressive Rehabilitation Associates in Coralville. The couple will be married in September 2009.

BIRTHDAY

Betty Franzen, 80 MASON CITY — Betty Franzen of Mason City will celebrate her 80th birthday on Aug. 6. If you remember this smiling face, TELL-hER happy birthday. Betty Franzen turns 80 on 8-6. She would love to hear from old friends and banking customers. Cards may be sent to 815 Ninth St. N.E.


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GLOBE GAZETTE

ANNIVERSARY

Hanna, 50 years KENSETT— Tom and Marilyn (Eymann) Hanna were married Aug. 10, 1959, at the First Congregational Church in Forest City. They will celebrate their golden anniversary with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. on Aug. 8, 2009, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Manly.

ENGAGED

The couple’s children are Deb Hanna of Clear Lake, and Todd (Tammy) Hanna of Blaine, Minn., and grandchildren McKenzie Hanna-Marken, Olivia HannaMarken of Clear Lake and Gabrielle Hanna of Blaine, Minn. Greetings may be sent to the couple at 1269 380th St., Kensett, Iowa 50448. They request no gifts please.

ANNIVERSARY

NEW ARRIVAL

Enfield, 60 years

Lincoln Viet

MASON CITY — Wayne and Maxine (Pirie) Enfield were married Aug. 7, 1949, at Wesley United Methodist Church in Mason City. They will celebrate their 60th anniversary with a card shower. Cards may be sent to them at 2402 South Monroe, Mason City, Iowa 50401. They have two daughters, Pam (Jim) Witt and Pauline Gooder (Charlie Graf), both of Mason City. They also have three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

IOWA CITY — Jeramy and Tania Viet, of Iowa City, are parents of a son, Lincoln Jacob Viet, born at 9:30 a.m. June 22, 2009 in Iowa City. He weighed 7 lbs., 8 oz., and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Tim Nuehring and Marylou and Mick Wyborny, Julle Thielen, Randy Viet and Charlie Thielen. Great-grandparents are Marilyn Nuehring, Margaret Groen, Jean Peterson, Pat and Darrel Poling, Galen Viet and Curly and Coralee Thielen.

Christiansen, Klouse LINDSAY CHRISTIANSEN, of Ankeny, is the daughter of Jay Christiansen and Patty Reuter of Manly. She is a 2000 graduate of North Central High School in Manly and a 2008 graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor of science degree in clinical laboratory technology. Lindsay is employed with Principal Financial Group in Des Moines. JASON KLOUSE, of Ankeny, is the son of Curt and Nan Klouse of Mason City. He is a 2001 graduate of Newman Catholic High School and a 2005 graduate of the University of Northern Iowa with a bachelor of arts degree in accounting. Jason is employed with Principal Financial Group in Des Moines. The couple will be married at 3 p.m. Sept. 26, 2009, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Manly.

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CELEBRATIONS

MARRIED

ENGAGED

Schrage, Shook

Roy, Kloster

ROSEVILLE — Nicole Elizabeth Shook and Douglas Bradley Schrage were united in marriage on April 25, 2009, at Saint Mary’s Catholic Church, Roseville, by Monsignor Walter Brunkan. Nicole is the daughter of John and Becky Shook of Rockford. She is the granddaughter of Florence Shook and Betty Staudt, both of Marble Rock. Douglas is the son of Terry Schrage of Greene, and grandson of Janice Schrage of Greene. Maid of Honor was Sara Shook. Nicole’s other attendants were Danyel Reiter, Kerry Bierl, Heather Knapp, Sam Schrage, and Andrea Webster. Nicole’s personal attendants were Tarah Paulus, Jamie Harden and Claire Hauser. Best man was Darrell Nixt. Douglas’ other attendants were Dave Nixt, Adam Shook, Tony Shook, Jesse Otto and Cody Demaray. Ushers were Dan Dingman, Mark Schlader and Will Pieper. Flower girl was Ava Schrage, daughter of the

MAEGAN ROY, of Des Moines, is the daughter of Jerry and Linda Roy of Hamlin. She is a graduate of Audubon High School and Grand View College. Maegan is employed with Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines. RICH KLOSTER, of Grimes, is the son of Vaugn and Carolyn Kloster of Manly. He is a graduate of North Central High School and Wartburg College. Rich is employed with Dallas CenterGrimes Community School in Grimes. The couple will be marMethodist Church in ried at 4:30 p.m. Aug 8, Audubon. 2009, at the First United

couple. Ring bearer was Caden Schrage, son of the couple. A reception was held at Hanford Inn, Mason City, and was hosted by Rich and Deb Kock, and Mike and Cindy Steere. Nicole is employed by Potter & Brant, P.L.C. in Clear Lake. Douglas is employed by Mason City Overhead Door Company in Mason City. Following a honeymoon in Riviera Maya, Mexico, the couple resides in Manly.

ENGAGED

Muhlbauer, Kamm

KATE LAUREL MUHLBAUER, of Manning, is the daughter of Neil and Anne Muhlbauer of Manning. Kate is a 2003 graduate of Manning High School and a 2008 graduate of Iowa State University with a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering. She is employed by HON Company in Muscatine. ERIC DOUGLAS KAMM, of Charles City, is the son of degree in business adminTHANK YOU Doug and Jean Ann Kamm, istration. He is employed by Stanley Engineering of Charles City. Eric is a Thank you Consultants in Muscatine. 2003 graduate of Charles A special thanks to all our friends and relatives for The couple will be marCity High School and a their prayers, kind thoughts and words, phone calls, vis2008 graduate of Iowa State ried at 2 p.m. Aug. 22, its and the many cards, flowers and memorials sent to University with a bachelors 2009, at St. Thomas our family extending their sympathy during this sorAquinas Catholic Church degree in industrial engirowful time of my husband, “Digger’s” death. Also, in Ames, Iowa. neering and a masters thanks so much for all the food that was brought to our house. It was greatly appreciated by our family. — The family of Delbert “Digger” Stadtlander THANK YOU

Thank you Many thanks to my family and friends for the beautiful cards, notes, phone calls and gifts I received for my 80th birthday. You made my day very special. — Burke Haberkamp

Thank you Special thanks from the Homestead Assisted Living Residence for celebrating the Sugar Cookie Day. The winners: first, Dorothy Hovel recipe baked by Mary Montgomery; second, Darlene Stefani; third, Deb Hunt and Julie Pitman (tie).

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ENGAGED

Hjelle, Hoveland SAMANTHA HJELLE, of Mason City, is the daughter of Mike and Jackie Hjelle of Mason City. She is a 2007 graduate of Mason City High School and graduated from North Iowa Area Community College with a medical assistant degree in May 2009. Samantha is employed with Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa in Mason City. JORDAN HOVELAND, of Mason City, is the son of Bob and Tracy Hoveland, also of Mason City. He is a 2009 graduate of Mason City High School and is employed at Fleet Farm in Mason City.

Birthdays are a gift, Mom! Happy 90th! Love, Linda, Nancy, Tony, Sue & families Jean Kuhlemeier Crowell, of Mason City, will celebrate her 90th birthday with her family. She was born Aug. 7, 1919.

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4-H FFA sheep show results MASON CITY — The results for the 4-H FFA Sheep Show, held Friday, July 24, at the North Iowa Fair are as follows: Market Lamb Grand Champion, Joel Schwichtenberg, Lake’s Ambitious Feeders, Clear Lake. Reserve Champion, Luke Kleveland, Fertile Valley Farmer’s, Fertile. Senior Showperson, Casey Schwichtenberg, Lake’s Ambitous Feeders, Clear Lake. Junior Showperson, Karah Smith, CGC JMG’s, Rockwell. Market Pens of 3 Champion, Luke Kleveland, Fertile Valley Farmer’s, Fertile. Reserve Champion, Casey Schwichtenberg, Lake’s Ambitous Feeders, Clear Lake. Breeding Sheep Champion, Jessica Kleveland, Grant Livewire’s, Fertile. Reserve Champion, Jessica Kleveland, Grant Livewire’s, Fertile. Member Born and Raised Champion, Luke Kleveland, Fertile Valley Farmer’s, Fertile. Reserve Champion, Jessica Kleveland, Grant Livewire’s, Fertile.

4-H FFA poultry show results MASON CITY — The results for the 4-H FFA poultry show, held Friday, July 24, at the North Iowa Fair are as follows: Egg production Champion, Kaytlyn Smith, CGC JMG’s, Rockwell. Reserve Champion, Tyson Pillard, GH/RRR,

Rockwell. Fancy Breeding poultry Champion, Jacob Sargent, Lakes Ambitious Feeders, Clear Lake. Reserve Champion, Tyson Pillard, GH/RRR, Rockwell. Broiler Challenge, pen of 3 Champion, Maci Robeoltman, GH/RRR, Rockwell. Reserve Champion, Rhett Dhondt, GH/RRR, Rockwell. Broiler Challenge, individual Champion, Collin Witte, Clover Kid, Rockwell. Reserve Champion, Rhett Dhondt, GH/RRR, Rockwell.

4-H horse show results MASON CITY — The results from the 4-H Horse Show held Friday, July 24, at the North Iowa Fair are as follows: Classic Nonstock Champion, Kaitlyn Canedo, Bits and Spurs, Mason City Reserve Champion, Kelsey McEniry, Bits and Spurs, Rockford Stock Champion, Sierra Thomas, CC Riders, Rockwell Reserve Champion, Courtney Teeter, Bits and Spurs, Mason City Pony Champion, Shana Wood, CC Riders, Rockford Reserve Champion, Zachary Holland Dunn, CC Riders, Mason City Senior High Point Games, Alissa Buck, CC Riders, Nora Springs Junior High Point Games, Deven Heitland, CC Riders, Sheffield Senior Western Equi-

tation, Holly Hejlik, Rockwell Busy B’s, Rockwell Junior Western Equitation, Erin Patchen, Bits and Spurs, Mason City Senior English Equitation, Elsie Wunderlich, CC Riders, Mason City Junior English Equitation, Spencer Orr, Bits and Spurs, Clear Lake Senior Showmanship, Holly Hejlik, Rockwell Busy B’s, Rockwell Junior Showmanship, Deven Heitland, CC Riders, Sheffield

Livestock judging contest results MASON CITY — The results of the Livestock Judging Contest held Thursday, July 23, at the North Iowa Fair are as follows: First Place Junior Team: Thornton Farmhands: Cody Engebretson, Cody Grant, Derek Heitland, Matt Sturges. First Place Senior Team: Ventura Hustlers: Tim Jergenson, Luke Josten, Amanda Jergenson. Second Place Senior Team: Lakes Ambitious Feeders; Jacob Baker, Rebecca Baker, Stephanie Faught. Junior Individuals: Luke Josten, Ventura Hustlers, Ventura, first; Kendrick Suntken, NW Franklin, second; Cody Grant, Thornton Farmhands, Thornton, third. Senior Individuals: Kellen Suntken, NW Franklin, first; Jacob Baker, Lakes Ambitious Feeders, Clear Lake, second; Amanda Jergenson, Ventura Hustlers, Clear Lake, third.

MILITARY NOTES Air Force Staff Sgt. Jamie A. Crooks arrived for duty at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, to serve as a member of Joint Task Force-Bravo. The task force is comprised of almost 600 U.S. military members and more than 650 U.S. and Honduran civilians who work in six different area units: the Joint Staff, the Army Forces, Air Force Forces, Joint Security Forces, the Medical Element, and the 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment, a helicopter unit. Crooks is a fuels information service superintendent with 10 years of military service. He is the son of Dale and Linda Crooks, of Mason City. Crooks is a 1997 graduate of Nora Springs-Rock Falls High School and received an associate degree from the Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell Air Force Base, Gunter Annex, Montgomery, Ala., in 2007. Air Force Airman 1st Class Cory Brigger, Air Force Airman Matthew J. Gutman, Air Force Airman Ryan J. Michels, Air Force Airman Nathan C. Kline, Air Force Airman Nathaniel P. Johnson, Air Force Airman 1st Class Damian G. Spratt, and Air Force Airman Christopher M. Cassmann graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Brigger is the son of Kathy and Adam Brigger, of Goldfield, and is a 2004 graduate of Clarion Goldfield High School, Clarion. Gutman is the son of Jeremy Gutman, Huntersville, N.C., and grandson of Vikki Gutman, of Clear Lake. He is a 2007 graduate of Hopewell High School, Huntersville. Michels is the son of John and Ann Michels, of Osage, and is a 2007 graduate of Osage High School. Kline is the

son of Tracy Kline and Randy Kline, both of Hampton. Johnson is the son of Lori Johnson, of Nora Springs, and grandson of Leroy Johnson, Manly. He is a 2009 graduate of Central Springs High School, Manly. Spratt is the son of Tom and Nanette Spratt, of Greene. He is a 2006 graduate of North Butler High School, Greene, and received an associate degree in 2008 from North Iowa Area Community College. Cassmann is the son of David and Lisa Cassman, of Algona, and is a 2007 graduate of Bishop Garrigan High School, Algona. Army National Guard Pvt. Gregg A. Bowman, graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga. The training consists of Basic Infantry Training and Advanced Individual Training. Bowman is a 2007 graduate of Hampton High School. Army Reserve Pvt. Nicholas D. Angell, and Army National Guard Pvt. Clint K. Wilkinson graduated from basic combat training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. Angell is the son of Merrill Angell and Rose Angell, both of Mitchell. Wilkinson is the son of LeNeil and Monique Wilkinson, of Belmond, and is a 2004 graduate of Belmond-Klemme High School. Army National Guard

Pvt. Tiara N. Mahon, Army Pfc. Kyle J. Hennick and Army National Guard Pvt. Danilo C. Aurea, graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. A 2008 graduate of Mason City High School, Mahon is the daughter of Jodi Draper, Mason City, and granddaughter of Kay Mahon, Clear Lake. Hennick is the son of Dean Hennick, of Charles City, and is a 2007 graduate of Charles City High School. Aurea is the son of Luz Aurea, of Charles City, and is a 2008 graduate of Charles City High School. Army Pvt. Deren C. Etjen graduated from One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Mo. The course of instruction included basic combat training and advanced individual training (AIT). Etjen is the son of Craig Etjen, of Parkersburg, and Sandra Dannenbring, of Henderson, Nev. He is a 1995 graduate of Parkersburg High School. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Charles E. Kleinwort, son of Joanne and Edward Kleinwort, of St. Ansgar, recently completed Naval Nuclear Power Training Pipeline, and qualified as a Naval nuclear operator. Kleinwort, the son of Joanne and Edward Kleinwort, St. Ansgar, is a 2006 graduate of St. Ansgar High School and joined the Navy in December, 2006.

THANK YOU

Thank you Gary and Karen Peters say a gracious thank you to the many well-wishers, gifts, cards and visits for our 50th wedding anniversary. Over 200 pounds of food was donated to the food bank in our honor. God has very richly blessed us and we in turn thank God for family and friends.


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Building exhibits chosen for State Fair MASON CITY — The following Cerro Gordo County 4-Hers were judged on building exhibits at the North Iowa Fair, Monday, July 20, and selected to represent the county at the Iowa State Fair in August. Each received purple State Fair selection rosette ribbons. County 4-H members are listed by name, 4-H club name, hometown of 4-H member, and name of building exhibit. Danielle Butler, Lakes Ambitious Feeders, Ankeny, consumer management, food and nutrition, personal development, visual arts. Tim Franken, Lakes Ambitious Feeders, Clear Lake, personal development. Marc Fullerton, Cartersville Wildcats, Nora Springs, science, mechanics, and engineering. Cody Grant, Thornton Farmhands, Thornton, shooting sports. Ashley Groh, Grimes VIP, Thornton, food and nutrition. McKenzie HannaMarken, CC Riders, Clear Lake, science, mechanics, and engineering. Olivia Hanna-Marken, CC Riders, Clear Lake, science, mechanics, and engineering. Andrew Hansen, Lincoln Peppy Pals, Clear Lake, food and nutrition. Eric Hansen, Lincoln Peppy Pals, Clear Lake , food and nutrition Luke Josten, Ventura Hustlers, Ventura, photography. Emily Joynt, Ventura Hustlers, Ventura, photography. Morgan Lawson, CC Riders, Plymouth, photog-

raphy. Allison O’Connor, Cartersville Wildcats, Rockford, personal development. Jason O’Connor, Cartersville Wildcats, Rockford, science, mechanics, and engineering. Spencer Orr, Bits and Spurs, Clear Lake, photography. Allison Pike, Community Springers, Mason City, clothing. Eric Quade, Mason City Challengers, Mason City, science, mechanics, and engineering, visual arts. Taya Riediger, Cartersville Wildcats, Rockwell, agriculture and natural resources. Amy Rosenbaum, Portland Community Springers, Nora Springs, personal development. Clayton Sampson, Mason City Challengers, Mason City, agriculture and natural resources; horticulture. Joel Schwichtenberg, Lakes Ambitious Feeders, Clear Lake, visual arts. Courtney Sherwood, Lincoln Peppy Pals, Rockwell, photography. Colin Sido, Geneseo Haymakers/Rockwell Rough Riders, Rockwell, 4H Poster. Matt Sturges, Rockwell Busy B’s, Rockwell, food and nutrition Christa Terwilliger, CC Riders, Clear Lake, clothing. Aunalea Timpe, CC Riders, Mason City, home improvement. Hunter Uhde, Thornton Farmhands, Thornton, home improvement. Janice Waldron, Ventura Hustlers, Ventura, photography. Courtney Younge, Ventura Hustlers, Ventura, horticulture.

4-H swine results MASON CITY — Results of the 4-H FFA Swine Show held Thursday, July 23, at the North Iowa Fair are as follows: Derby Pens of Three Grand Champion, Marc Fullerton, Nora Springs, Cartersville Wildcats 4-H Club; Reserve Champion, Allison O’Connor, Rockford, Cartersville Wildcats 4-H Club. Derby Individual Pigs Grand Champion, Marc Fullerton, Nora Springs, Cartersville Wildcats 4-H Club; Reserve Champion, Allison O’Connor, Rockford, Cartersville Wildcats 4-H Club. Breeding Gilts Grand Champion, Luke Josten, Ventura, Ventura Hustlers 4-H Club; Reserve Champion, Jason O’Connor, Rockford, Cartersville Wildcats 4-H Club. Senior Showmanship Grand Champion, Emily Fjone, Swaledale, Geneseo Haymakers Rockwell Rough Riders 4-H Club; Reserve Champion, Jason O’Connor, Rockford, Cartersville Wildcats 4-H Club. Junior Showmanship Grand Champion, Luke Josten, Ventura, Ventura Hustlers 4-H Club; Reserve Champion, Josi Fjone, Swaledale, Geneseo Haymakers Rockwell Rough Riders 4-H Club. Market Pens of 3 Grand Champion, Luke Josten, Ventura Hustlers 4-H Club, Ventura Reserve Champion, Kara Ditsworth, West Fork FFA, Rockwell Market Individual Pigs Grand Champion, Kara Ditsworth, West Fork FFA, Rockwell Reserve Champion, Luke Josten, Ventura Hus-

tlers 4-H Club, Ventura The 4-H/FFA Swine Show was judged by Dr. Harold Hodson from Ankeny, Iowa.

Kirkwood graduates CEDAR RAPIDS — Approximately 2,160 students at Kirkwood Community College graduated in spring commencement ceremonies held May 16, at the U.S. Cellular Center, Cedar Rapids. North Iowa graduates include: ALGONA — Cassi Bitz, pre-business transfer, associate of arts; Jessica Elbert, marketing, associate of science/career option; Hilary McGuire, marketing management, associate of applied science. BELMOND — Stephanie Bock, nursing, pre-bachelor of science in nursing, associate of arts; Kassie Erickson, liberal arts, associate of arts. CLEAR LAKE — David Barkela, liberal arts (open), associate of arts; Kyle Hejna, golf course and athletic turfgrass management, associate of applied science; Lucas Mahaffey, liberal arts, associate of arts; Ashley Rinnels, early childhood education, associate of arts. DOUGHERTY — Chelsea Marzen, liberal arts, associate of arts. HAMPTON — Alyssa Keehn, liberal arts (open), associate of arts; Kinsey Poulos, liberal arts, associate of arts. LEDYARD — Tara Johnson, pre-business transfer, associate of arts. LUVERNE — Alex Hilbert, agriculture, associate of arts. MASON CITY — Matthew Braun, pre-business transfer, associate of

arts; Brock Stecker, prebusiness transfer, associate of arts. THOMPSON — Ashley Friesenborg, liberal arts, associate of science. TITONKA — Meggie Lee, human resources, certificate.

Student Poetry Contest CLEAR LAKE — A poem titled, “My Last Home,” written by Alysha Walker, of Clear Lake, is officially registered in The American Library of Poetry 2009 Student Poetry Contest. Walker’s poem was submitted by her teacher at school. Throughout the summer, semi-final and final rounds of grading by a review committee, will culminate in the Sept. 30, selection of this year’s division winners and runners-up, and the awarding of prizes. Walker’s poem will also be published in a new book titled, “Inspired,” scheduled for release in the fall. The book features only a select cross section of poems submitted for the contest.

Mount Mercy Dean’s List CEDAR RAPIDS — Mount Mercy College released the names of students named to the 2009 spring semester Dean’s List. Students with a semester grade point average of 3.50 or better and who graded with a letter grade for six or more semester hours is eligible for the Dean’s List. North Iowa students recognized include: AlGONA — Amber Nerdig, Jared Poeppe. DUMONT — Ranae Wiegmann. HAMPTON — Kyle DeBoer. LATIMER — Anna Keehn. MASON CITY —Jessica Trappe.

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NEW ARRIVAL

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Sebrina Willsher

Nichols, 60 years

CHARLES CITY — Tige and Penny Willsher, of Charles City, are parents of a daughter, Sebrina Rose Willsher, born July 1, 2009 at 12:02 p.m. She weighed 5 lbs., 8 oz., and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are Lee and Diane Winter, Charles City, the late Mike and Barb Willsher, Marble Rock, and Ernie and Mary Willsher, of Nashua. Great-grandparents are Bob and Bev Wolff, Charles City, the late Irvin and Evelyn Winter, New

CLEAR LAKE — Gordon and Ruth (Palmer) Nichols will be celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary with a card shower. They were married July 23, 1949, in Garner. They have five children, nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Greetings may be sent to Gordon and Ruth at 906 S. Third St., Clear Lake, Iowa 50428.

Hampton, the late Claire and Eileen Willsher, Marble Rock, the late Vernon and Gladys Hull, Mason City, and Josie and the late Bud Roethler.

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ENGAGED

Varney, McIntire Schipper, 40 years MASON CITY — Harold “Skip” Schipper and Jan (Utter) Schipper of Mason City were married Aug. 9, 1969, at the First United Methodist Church in Mason City. They will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with family and friends. The couple’s children and their spouses are Missy and Jeff Sneed of Kansas City, Kan., and Sarah Seward of Mason City. Cards may be sent to Skip and Jan Schipper at 1450 N. Rhode Island, Mason City, Iowa 50401.

Happy Birthday Ann!

JILLIAN ANNE VARNEY, of Waterloo, is the daughter of James Varney of Waterloo and Cheryl Pederson of Brownsville, Minn. She is employed at NSB Bank in Mason City. BRIAN RAYMOND McINTIRE, of Clear Lake, is the son of Glen and Deb McIntire of Clear Lake. Brian is a graduate of Wartburg College and is employed at Glen’s Tire in Clear Lake, and Sioux Falls Storm in Sioux Falls, S.D. The couple will be married Aug. 15, 2009, at the United Methodist Church in Clear Lake.

BIRTHDAY

Dean W. Morris, 90

From The Rusty Spur

NORTHWOOD — Dean W. Morris, of Northwood, will celebrate his 90th birthday with an open house from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 9, at Riverside Church, 527 N. Kentucky Ave., Mason City. He requests no gifts, please. He was born Aug. 8, 1919 in New Providence, Iowa. Cards may be sent to: Riverside Church, 527 N. Kentucky Ave., Mason City, Iowa 50401. Come help Dean celebrate his 90th birthday!

Bonner, 50 years SWALEDALE — John and Leona (Scholl) Bonner, of Swaledale, were married Aug. 8, 1959, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Rockwell. They will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner on Aug. 8. The couple’s children and their spouses are Scott and Sandy Bonner of Des Moines, Sherri and Jay Pitkin of Mason City, Jerri and Mark Kleihauer, of Clive, and Jeff and Audra Bonner, of West Des Moines. They also have nine grandchildren.


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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS NORTHWOOD — *Lauren Hartman. TITONKA — Gail EMMETSBURG — Iowa Hamilton. WESLEY — Nicholas Lakes Community College Kirsch, Shelby Kunkel, released its spring honors list, recognizing full-time *Anthony Thilges. WHITTEMORE — students who demonstrated academic excellence by *Jennifer More. earning a grade point average of 3.25 (based on a Central College 4.00 scale) or higher. An academic award asterisk (*) denotes students who received a 4.00 PELLA — Alison Mason, grade point average. of Pella, and daughter of North Iowa students Dan and Kay Mason, of named to the spring honMason City, is the recipiors list are as follows: ent of the 2009 Graham ALGONA — *Derek Distinguished Scholar Becknal, Donelle Bradford, Award, at Central College. Carol Daughenbaugh, The award is one of Cen*Tina Dudley, *Alison Fox, tral’s academic awards Aubrey Green, Samantha presented annually to stuHelgeson, Jacob dents demonstrating dediKuhlmann, Clayton cation and commitment to Lentsch, Michelle their studies. McGuire, *Erin Peterson, The Graham DistinMelissa Ricke, Shawna guished Scholar Award is Sassman, Stephanie Stegiven to students who are burg-Hubrich, *Cristin distinguished in both acaTandberg, Michelle demic performance and in Vitzthum, Andrea Willms, the promise of future serApril Wolf, *Megan Zimvice to worldwide socimerman. eties, and whose personal BANCROFT — *Kimperspectives have signifiberly Bormann. cantly been enhanced by BRITT — *Anna Dallparticipation in an interman. national education proBUFFALO CENTER — gram. Thomas Balvance. Mason received a bachBURT — Jillian Bowelor’s degree in internaman, Laura Hosford, tional studies and Spanish Brooke Simpson. from Central College, in CORWITH — Kevin May. Cram. FOREST CITY — Cancer Society Michael Farland. scholarship award JOICE — *Anthony Appel. DES MOINES — The LAKE MILLS — Cass American Cancer Society Pierce. announces Justin Stout, of LAKOTA — *Sonia Rockwell, is a recipient of a Edwards. $1,000 college scholarship LEDYARD — Sara for the 2009 academic Karels. year. Stout is among 40 LUVERNE — Kaleb cancer survivors from Wolf, Joseph Carroll, Iowa, Minnesota, South Calvin Hefty. Dakota and Wisconsin MASON CITY — Jason awarded a scholarship by Molander. the American Cancer

Iowa Lakes College honors list

Society. Stout plans to attend Kirkwood Community College and major in recreation, leisure and human services.

Gildner. MASON CITY — Samantha Allgood, Anna Hachfeld.

U of I Journalism scholarships awarded

IOWA CITY — The School of Journalism and Communication in U of I Honors Program Mass the University of Iowa scholarships awarded College of Liberal Arts and Augsburg College IOWA CITY — The Uni- Sciences awarded scholargraduate ships to two Mason City versity of Iowa Honors MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. Program presented 60 students, at the Fourth — Abby Ferjak, of Forest Estate banquet. University of Iowa stuCity, Iowa, earned a degree dents with more than Danielle Miller, a senior in youth and family minjournalism and pre-law $60,000 in scholarships istry, in spring commence- during its annual recogni- student, received the ment exercises at Augstion ceremony this spring, Shafer Family Trust Scholburg College. to honor students’ acade- arship. The scholarship is awarded to a junior, senior, mic, extracurricular and or post-graduate student research accomplishBellevue University with academic excellence ments. graduate focusing on the adaptation North Iowa students and use of electronic BELLEVUE, Neb. — Joel recognized were: LAKE MILLS — Kathryn imaging and visualization Matteson, of Clear Lake, technologies to report and Iowa, received a master of Gaskill, a senior received disseminate news and the Collegiate Scholar arts degree in leadership, news-related information following the 2009 spring Award. A history major to the public. semester at Bellevue Uni- with a museum studies Olivia Moran, a junior certificate, Gaskill is a stuversity. journalism and communident curator on a forthcation studies major from coming exhibit about the Greenville College Mason City, received the Filipino Pavilion at the Dean’s List Bruce A. Harrison Memor1904 World’s Fair, schedGREENVILLE, Ill. — uled to open at Old Capitol ial Scholarship. The scholElizabeth Wright, of Museum in August. She is arship is awarded to a sophomore or junior jourMason City, Iowa, was the daughter of Michael named to the Dean’s List at and Debra Gaskill, and is a nalism major. the conclusion of the 2009 2004 graduate of Lake spring semester, at Mills High School. U of M Dean’s List Greenville College. MASON CITY — Anne MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. To be eligible, Wright Buchele, a senior received Brooke Lukensmeyer, of — had to attain at least a 3.7 the Collegiate Scholar Hampton, Iowa, and grade point average. She Award. She is a civil engiAlyson Siegrist, of Wesley, also was named a College neering major and art Iowa, were named to the Scholar, signifying she has minor with plans to study 2009 spring semester made the Dean’s List for architecture in graduate Dean’s List at the Univerthree or more consecutive school. Buchele is the sity of Minnesota Twin semesters. daughter of John and Cities campus. Debra Sjolinder, and is a Students on the list 2005 graduate of Mason Bethel University achieved a grade point City High School; Rajiv average of 3.66 or higher Dean’s List Verma, a sophomore, while taking 12 or more received the Rhodes DunST. PAUL, Minn. — credits. lap Sophomore Award. Bethel University released its spring semester Dean’s Verma is a integrative U of N Dean’s List physiology major, who is List, honoring students also working on a Spanish who achieved a grade point LINCOLN, Neb. — minor. He is the son of average of 3.6 or greater. Andrew Landgraf, of Rajinder and Asha Verma, Kanawha, Iowa, was North Iowa students and is a 2007 graduate of recognized were: named to the spring Mason City High School. BELMOND — Ryan semester Dean’s List at the

University of NebraskaLincoln. To qualify, Landgraf received at least a 3.50 grade point average, while taking a minimum of 12 semester hours.

University of St. Thomas Dean’s List ST. PAUL, Minn. — Emily Pritchard and Joshua Witt, both of Clear Lake, Iowa were named to the University of St. Thomas 2009 spring semester Dean’s List. Students must post grade point averages of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale to be named to the Dean’s List.

RCTC Dean’s List ROCHESTER — The following North Iowa students were named to the spring semester Dean’s List at Rochester Community and Technical College. To be eligible students received a grade point average between 3.0 and 4.0. BANCROFT — Jacob Radmaker. MASON CITY — Lisa Blinkmann. NORTHWOOD — Trisha Millard. OSAGE — Michael Lee, Andrew Reichenbacher.

Northwestern College Dean’s List ORANGE CITY — The academic Dean’s List for the spring 2009 semester at Northwestern College, included the names of Kady Bram and Kendra Thomas, both of Rockwell. The Dean’s List includes students who achieved a semester grade point average of 3.50 or above while carrying a minimum of 12 graded hours.


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Brunsvold, Schmidt

Michelle Roose Michelle recently passed her state boards and is now a certified public accountant. Way to go Michelle. We are very proud of you! Mitch, Justine, and Megan.

CALLIE RENAE BRUNSVOLD, of Kensett, is the daughter of Harold Brunsvold of Kensett. Callie graduated from North Central High School in 2004, and from Iowa State University in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. She is employed by Diamond Jo Casino in Northwood. JEFFREY LEE SCHMIDT, of Crystal Lake, is the son of Robert Schmidt of Woden and Colleen Schmidt Forest City. Jeffrey graduated from WodenCrystal Lake-Titonka High School in 1998, and from Upper Iowa University in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in conservation management. He is employed by Hancock

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