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Mason City, Iowa ✦ Sunday, October 31, 2010

Still Cruisin’

New Arrivals

John (Jack) King will be celebrating his 80th birthday on Nov. 7.

Kendall Ann Haxton, 2½, would like to introduce her sisters, Hayden Carol and Hannah Rebecca, born July 28, 2010. Kendall’s Daddy and Mommy, Jarod and Jenn Haxton, of Johnston, Iowa, Grandpa Roger and Grandma Becky Haxton, of Britt, and Grandma Carol Pedrotty, of Dover, Del., all think she is a very helpful big sister!

97 Years Young and Still Chopping Wood!

Happy Birthday Kiddo

On Nov. 8, 2010, Fred Banks will turn 97-years-old.

It’s hard to believe how far you have come. We are all so proud of the beautiful, thoughtful, smart young lady you are. We love you very much and drive SAFE.

— Mom, Dad, Shelbey and Hayden


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ANNIVERSARY

CELEBRATIONS AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

2010 All-State Music Festival

Dietrich, 65 years CLEAR LAKE — Glen and Dorothy Dietrich were married on Nov. 4, 1945. The family invites you to send Glen and Dorothy greetings for their 65th anniversary to 2217 14th Place, Clear Lake, Iowa 50428.

AWARD

Ralls awarded medal, scholarship BUFFALO CENTER — Jack Ralls, of Buffalo Center, was awarded a medal and a $2,000 scholarship to the University of Iowa, at the Belin-Blank Center Recognition Ceremony, held Oct. 17, at the U of I. Ralls was recognized for his exceptional score on the ACT, as a seventh-grader, at the ceremony. He is the son of John and Lisa Ralls, of Buffalo Center.

Post Prom Bake Sale Post Prom Bake Sale Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Southbridge Mall Come buy goodies and support Mason City High School and Newman Post Prom Activities!

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AMES — Students in the following North Iowa schools received the highest individual honor available to Iowa high school musicians by being selected to perform at the 2010 All-State Music Festival. The festival concert will be presented to the public at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 20, in Hilton Coliseum, Iowa State University, Ames. For ticket information visit www.ihsma.org or www.ticketmaster.com. Iowa Public Television will record the concert for broadcast tentatively scheduled at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 25, and 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 28. Check the IPTV website: www.iptv.org for any changes. ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL: Katie Connick, chorus, soprano; Johnny Aboud, band, euphonium. APLINGTON-PARKERSBURG HIGH SCHOOL: Gabriel Nolte, chorus, bass. CENTRAL SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL, MANLY: Emily Overy, band, French horn. CHARLES CITY HIGH SCHOOL: Michael Western, band, cornet; Aaron Sande, orchestra, string bass. CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL: Kaylee Good, chorus, soprano; Ellen Pritchard, chorus, alto; Brian Demro, chorus, tenor; Cole Dickson, chorus, tenor; Jd Sidebottom, chorus, tenor; Austin Anderson, chorus, bass; Brett Thomsen, chorus, bass; Aimee Medellin, band, flute; Noah Langholz, orchestra, French horn. FOREST CITY HIGH SCHOOL: Nikko Celindro,

band, B flat clarinet; Daniel Rust, band, cornet. GARNER-HAYFIELD HIGH SCHOOL: Samantha Lange, chorus, alto; Michael Jolivette, band, French horn; Krista Jolivette, orchestra, flute. HAMPTON-DUMONT HIGH SCHOOL: Rebekah Anderson, chorus, soprano; Kimberly Burman, chorus, soprano; Katelyn Nolte, chorus, soprano; Kiersten Sorenson, chorus, alto; Jessica Buchanan, chorus, alto; Taylor Owen, chorus, tenor; Carter Collins, chorus, tenor; Benjamin Ady, chorus, bass; Andrew Sorenson, chorus, bass; Ethan Bettenga, chorus, bass; Regan Katz, band, French horn. LAKE MILLS HIGH SCHOOL: Drake Abbey, band, trombone. MASON CITY HIGH SCHOOL: Emmi Goetz, chorus, soprano; Megan La vallee, chorus, soprano; Sarah Ollman, chorus, soprano; Jacqueline Congello, chorus, soprano; Alexandra Dunlay, chorus, soprano; Molly Daugherty, chorus, alto; Alex Kaufman, chorus, alto; Macke Rodamaker, chorus, alto; Callie Odegaard, chorus, alto; Tyler Beemer, chorus, tenor; David Birkedal, chorus, tenor; Samuel Christianson, chorus, tenor; Benjamin Tremmel, chorus, tenor; Louis

Blackmore, chorus, tenor; Miles Brainard, chorus, tenor; Jordan Flaherty, chorus, bass; David Alscher, chorus, bass; Michael Betz, chorus, bass; Alex Lafrenz, chorus, bass; Caleb Simon, chorus, bass; Siri Hansen, band, oboe; Katie Daugherty, band, B flat clarinet; Brittanie Lucas, band, B flat clarinet; Julia Gales, band, B flat clarinet; Kathryn Wilson, band, B flat clarinet; Abby Crimmins, band, French horn; Brent Mead, orchestra, trombone; Anna Fewins, orchestra, percussion. NEWMAN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL, MASON CITY: Anna Henrich, band, B flat clarinet. NORTH BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL, GREENE — Nicholas Montgomery, chorus, tenor. OSAGE HIGH SCHOOL: Cortney Perrin, chorus, soprano; Ben Schwarting, chorus, tenor; Kate Huffman, band, bass clarinet. ROCKFORD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL: Luke Staudt, chorus, bass. ST. ANSGAR HIGH SCHOOL: Marena Bartz, chorus, soprano; Lauren Wilde, chorus, alto; Nicole Patterson, chorus, alto. WEST FORK: Caitlyn Retz, chorus, alto; Holly Hejlik, chorus, alto.

How To Submit Your Items If you have an item to submit to this section, please stop by the Globe Gazette for a form Monday-Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm at 300 North Washington, Mason City. Or you may print forms off of our website @ www.globegazette.com; click on Life / Celebrations To be printed in the Sunday’s Celebrations section and Online, items must be in the Globe Gazette office no later than 5 pm Monday prior to publication. We can’t take the information over the phone, and we ask that announcements be printed or typed. It would also be helpful if you include a daytime phone number in case there are any questions.

Engagements & Weddings: Standard announcement will be published free of charge without a photo. Custom wording and photos are an additional charge. (See chart below.) Anniversaries: At 25 years or more, we will publish the standard announcement free of charge. Anniversaries of less than 25 years can be published as a Family Event starting at $21.50. Custom wording & photos are an additional charge. (See chart below.) Birth Announcements: Standard birth announcements will be published free of charge without a photo. Custom wording & photos are an additional charge. (See chart below.) Retirements: Standard announcements without photo will be published free of charge. Custom wording and photos are an additional charge. (See chart below.)

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Birthdays, family events & special achievements will be published for $21.50. This includes a B&W 1x2 photo & up to 50 words. Larger photos and additional words may be purchased. Birthdays of 80 years or more will be published without a photo free of charge. Custom wording and photos are an additional charge.

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CELEBRATIONS AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

percussion (orchestra); band alternate, Victor Herrig, trombone. Participants will audiMASON CITY — tion for chair placement in Twenty-eight students Ames on Thursday from Mason City High School attained the high- evening, Nov. 18, with all est individual honor avail- three groups rehearsing on Friday and Saturday, Nov. able to Iowa high school musicians by being select- 19 and 20. The Festival Concert will be presented ed to perform at the 2010 to the public at 7:30 p.m. All-State Music Festival. The 2010 Festival will cel- in Hilton Coliseum, Iowa State University, Ames, on ebrate the 64th anniverSaturday evening, Nov. 20. sary of this event. Iowa Public Television will District auditions for record the concert for the 279-piece All-State broadcast tentatively Band, 198-piece Orchestra, and 601-voice Chorus scheduled 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 25, and 5:30 p.m. were held on Saturday, Sunday, Nov. 28. Check Oct. 23, at Storm Lake, the IPTV website Hampton, Manchester, (www.iptv.org) for any Harlan, Indianola and changes and additions. Fairfield. Approximately 17 percent of the students This program is under the who audition are selected auspices of the Iowa High for membership in the All- School Music Association and the Iowa Music EduState ensembles. cators Association. The MCHS Chorus Tickets are $15 each and qualified 20 students for all seats are reserved. participation: David There are three methods Alscher, bass; Tyler tickets may be obtained Beemer, tenor; Michael Betz, bass; David Birkedal, for the Iowa All-State Festival Concert: tenor; Louis Blackmore, METHOD 1 — Iowa tenor; Miles Brainard, State Athletic Ticket tenor; Sam Christianson, tenor; Jacqueline Congel- Office - at window. The lo, soprano; Molly Daugh- Iowa State Athletic Ticket erty, alto; Alexandra Dun- Office is located on the west side of the Jacobson lay, soprano; Jordan FlaAthletic Building in Ames. herty, Bass; Emmi Goetz, The ticket office is open soprano; Alex Kaufman, Monday through Friday, 8 alto; Alex Lafrenz, bass; Megan LaVallee, soprano; a.m to 5 p.m. There will be a $5 per ticket handling Callie Odegaard, alto; fee. Sarah Ollman, soprano; METHOD 2 — Iowa Macke Rodamaker, alto; State Athletic Ticket Caleb Simon, bass; Ben Tremmel, tenor. The Mason City High School Band qualified eight students for participation: Siri Hansen, oboe; Katie Daugherty, clarinet; Brittanie Lucas, clarinet; Julia Gales, clarinet; Katy Wilson, clarinet; Abby Crimmins, French horn; Brent Mead, trombone (orchestra); Anna Fewins,

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Office - by mail. Mail orders will be accepted any time using the form located on the IHSMA website (www.ihsma.org/documents/AS_tickets.pdf).If order is received less than ten days before the performance, tickets will not be mailed but will be held at the “Will Call” window in the Jacobson Athletic Building on the day of the performance. There will be a $5 per ticket handling fee. METHOD 3 — Ticketmaster - Orders may be placed by phone, online (www.ticketmaster.com), or at any Ticketmaster outlet. Phone: 1-800745-3000. Ticketmaster will charge a per-ticket convenience fee.

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CELEBRATIONS

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BIRTHDAY

Laura A. Schaben, 90

Bob What-a-Guy Zishka Don’t head off into the sunset yet. That list of DIY projects just got a whole lot longer.

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It’s hard to believe how far you have come. We are all so proud of the beautiful, thoughtful, smart young lady you are. We love you very much and drive SAFE.

GARNER — A card shower is planned for Laura A. Schaben, of Garner, who will celebrate her 90th birthday Nov. 4. Cards may be sent to Laura at the following address: 165 E. Sixth St., Apt. 1, Garner, IA 50438. She requests no gifts, please.

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CELEBRATIONS

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MASON CITY — Wade William Busch and Gayles Lynne Busch of Mason City were married Oct. 26, 1985, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Osage. The couple celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with a dinner with family and friends on Oct. 10 at Whiskey Creek in Mason City, hosted by their daughters and sister of the groom. Cards may be sent to the couple at 237 Lakeview Drive, Mason City, IA 50401. They request no gifts, please. The couple’s children are Rachel and Courtney Busch, students at Minnesota State University in Mankato, Minn.

NORA SPRINGS — Dennis Marion Grauerholz and Mary Elaine (McManus) Grauerholz of Nora Springs were married Oct. 25, 1975, at the Christian Church in Nora Springs. The couple will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary with a family dinner. Cards may be sent to: P.O. Box 122, Nora Springs, IA 50458. The couple’s children and their spouses are Daniel (Nicole) Grauerholz, and Sarah (Daniel) Alden. They also have three grandchildren.

MANLY — Patrick and Wanda McLaughlin, of Manly, were married Nov. 9, 1985, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Manly. The couple will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a trip to Jamaica in February. The couple’s children and their spouses are Josh and Crystal Fredrickson, Winder, Ga.,Rachel and Brad Meyer, Manly, and Jordan McLaughlin, Joice. They also have five grandchildren.

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CELEBRATIONS

97 Years Young and Still Chopping Wood!

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Claudia Paulson, 90 MASON CITY — Claudia Paulson, of Mason City, will celebrate her 90th birthday at an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7, at St. James Lutheran Church, 1148 Fourth St. S.E., Mason City. She requests no gifts, please. Claudia was born Dec. 9, 1920 in Mason City.

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