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80th Birthday

Krystal (Berding) Bolinger

Leo Chisholm, of Osage, will celebrate his 80th birthday at an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Osage.

and Jessie Bolinger were united in marriage on Sept. 5, 2010, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Mason City

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Married

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Luke A. Davis

Happy Birthday

were united in marriage on Oct. 9, 2010, at The Red Covered Bridge, Rock Falls

Genevieve Clemens

Tess A. Dailey

on November 28!


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BIRTHDAY

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MARRIED

Davis, Dailey ROCK FALLS — Tess A. Dailey and Luke A. Davis were united in marriage on Oct. 9, 2010, at The Red Covered Bridge, Rock Falls, by Pastor Wendy Johansen. Tess is the daughter of Dale and Bonnie Dailey and Jon and Monica Reiten. She is the granddaughter of Pat Friederick, Leo Dailey, Marilyn Retien, and Joe and Amanda Reuter. Luke is the son of Sue and Larry Dorkenkamp and Lynn Davis. He is the grandson of Grace Ann Lammers of Rock Falls, and Melvin and Myrna Davis. Tess graduated from Unity High School in 2004

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and The University of Wisconsin-River Falls in 2009 with a bachelor’s in marketing communications. She is employed by Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt, Iowa. Luke graduated from Mason City High School in 2003. He is employed by Central Tank Coatings in Elgin, Iowa. The couple will reside in Britt.

Madeline Peterson, 99

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MASON CITY — Madeline Peterson, of Mason City, will celebrate her 99th birthday at a family dinner, Dec. 5. She was born Dec. 2, 1911 in Mason City. Greetings may be sent to Madeline at the following address: 315 13th St. S.E., Mason City, Iowa 50401. She requests no gifts, please. Happy Birthday Cookie!

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Heston receives top honors in horse show

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TULSA, Okla. — Sue Association’s dualHeston, of Merriam, Kan., approved western pleasure formerly of Mason City, class. Iowa, received top honors at the Color Breed Congress Horse Show, Nov. 37 in Tulsa. Heston showed her Palomino horse, “The Gold Lexus” to a Congress Championship in open and amateur western pleasure, an event judged on the horse’s movement and manners. In addition, Heston and the “The Gold Lexus” earned top honors in the National Snaffle Bit

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Happy 1st Birthday Kale Anderson!

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MARRIED

North Iowa Spin Lifetime Achievement Award Lenehan,Wenzel

On Oct. 8, 2010, Dave Delperdang received the first North Iowa Spin Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his contribution to cycling in our area. Dave has been a leader for many years, both as a racer and as a race organizer. He is the current president of North Iowa Spin and a past president How many years ago you of North Iowa Touring entered the world. Club (1986-1988), as well Now you are a wife and as being on both boards for quite a number of years. mother of six furry kids. Dave was also a United I am so proud of you States Cycling Federation and what you have Love, Dave Delperdang official for several years accomplished. Mommy, Daddy 1991 and 1992); Health during the 1990s. & Madison Link Hustle Road Race Among races that Dave Love ya, (Forest City) (overall wins organized are the Miller Ma Kettle Happy 60th Birthday Time Trial (TT) series (held — 1994 and 1995); North (Jane P) Iowa TT series (second for two or three years in the Jim Nelson! overall and 1st place age mid to late ‘80s), North Happy 60th Birthday category — 1991, 1992 and Iowa Road Race (Mason 1993); Spam Race (1st place City, 1988-90), Band Fest age category — 1998); Crit (1991), and the North Hickory Hills Mountain Iowa TT series (1991-93). Bike Race (1st place); and He was also involved in organizing the Taste & Tour Bicycle, Blues & BBQ (2008 crit — 2nd place Masters of North Iowa Stage Race, Clear Lake USCF TT series, 50+, 2009 crit — 3nd place Masters 50+). and Bicycle, Blues & BBQ In recognition of Dave’s races. contributions, he was preSuccess has also been Dave’s in many races. Some sented a Scott cyclocross bike with ‘cross specific of these are Iowa Games (advanced rider category — tubular wheels. Russell Rayburn of Lakeside four gold, three silver, and Cyclery and Matt Curtis of two bronze); USCF Iowa Wayne’s Ski and Cycle State Championships were instrumental in mak(Masters 40+ 40K TT — It’s downhill from here on! Gold; Masters 40+ Crit — ing that bike happen. With Love, Bronze; Masters 50+ Gravel his new bike, Dave has Love, Your Family Your family Road — Bronze); Lake Race enjoyed success in (age category first place — cyclocross races this fall and has enjoyed riding 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996; Big Band Dance gravel with Spin teamoverall wins — 1994 and mates. 1995); Duesey Days Road Austin Big Band www.northiowaspin.com Race (overall wins — 1990, will be performing for your dancing and listening pleasure 6-9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5, THANK YOU at the Grafton Community Center. Admission is $5 at the door. Thank you For more information, contact Nathan at 507-271I would like to thank my family, friends and neighbors 5745 or austinbigband@yahoo.com. who sent cards, gifts and phone calls on my 90th birthVisit our website www.austinbigband.com day. I really appreciated them. Bless you all! — Allen Peterson

MASON CITY — Jessicca Wenzel and Jared Lenehan were united in marriage on Nov. 14, 2009, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Mason City. Jessicca is the daughter of Jane Wenzel of Mason City and Dave Wenzel of Rudd. She is the granddaughter of Leland and Janiece Calkins of Mason City and Don and Marj Weiner of Rockford. Jared is the son of Rodney and Cindy Lenehan of North Washington, Iowa. He is the grandson of Geraldine Lenehan of Alta Vista and Frank Tenge of North Washington. Jessicca’s gown was ivory with antique lace accents, designed by the bride. Maid of honor was Brittney Wenzel, sister of the bride. Other attendants to the bride were Tiffany Dow, Jamie Thomson, Tami (Koenigsberg) Miller, Jamie (Harden) Newell, Brittany Jeffries and Angela Lenehan. Personal attendants were Megan Bovy, Karen Abell, Jackie Marzen, and Jami Weiner. Best man was Jason Lenehan, brother of the groom. Other attendants to the groom were Ross Kellogg, David Tiemessen, Jeff Lechtenberg, Justin Abell, Jared Hauser, and Nick Hruska. Flower girls were Jenna Lenehan and Madison Thomson. Ring bearer was Evan Rosonke. Ushers were Dylan Abell, Anton Nichols, Mitch Kellogg and Tyler Schorg. Special music was from the “Moulin Rouge”

soundtrack. Soloists were Alana Weiner and John Chambers. A reception was held at the Holiday Inn. The couple honeymooned on the Riviera Maya, Mexico. Jessicca is a graduate of Rockford High School and received her AA, AS, and AAS degrees in dental hygiene from Des Moines Area Community College and received her BS degree in dental hygiene from Minnesota State University. She is employed with Ballard Dental Associates in Huxley. Jared is a graduate of New Hampton High School, and received his AA and AS degrees from North Iowa Area Community College. He received his BS degree in animal ecology from Iowa State University. He is employed with Soil-Tek in Grimes. The couple is at home in Madrid, Iowa. They are celebrating their first year of marriage in November and expecting their first child in May.

THANK YOU

Thank you Thank you to all our friends and family for the cards, gifts and kind words that made our 60th Anniversary a very special day. — Myron and Clarice Leraaen


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Jenkins elected general secretary of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops chology and a master’s degree in philosophy from the University of Dallas. He earned his baccalaureate and licentiate in sacred theology at Rome’s Pontifical Gregorian University, and was awarded a licentiate and doctorate of canon law at The Catholic University of America (CUA). Msg. Jenkins has served as pastor and judicial vicar in the Diocese of Austin and as an associate professor of canon law at CUA. Prior to coming to the USCCB, he was a consultant to the bishops’ Committee on Canonical Affairs and currently consults on the Committee on the Protection of Children

and Young People. He is currently an adjunct associate professor of canon law at CUA, as well as a member of several national and international canon law societies. His work has been published in numerous periodicals, including The Jurist and Periodica. He also served as postulator of the sainthood cause of Mary Virginia Merrick. He was named a Chaplain to His Holiness in 2005, and a Prelate of Honor in 2009. Msgr. Ronny is the nephew of Ron and Linda Jenkins, of Mason City. He is the son of Tom and Trudy Jenkins, of Georgetown, Texas.

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BELMOND — Steve Brunes and LuAnn Fleming Brunes of Belmond were married Nov. 28, 1970, at St. Matthews Lutheran Church in St. Paul, Minn. The couple will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with a card shower. Cards may be sent to Steve and LuAnn Brunes at 215 Luick Lane N., Belmond, IA, 50421. They request no gifts, please. The couple’s family includes their son Logan Brunes, his friend Kristy and her daughter Annie of Clarion.

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The Spirit Of Christmas Cheer Fund “God bless the Cheer Fund,” one donor wrote in a note that came along with their donation. “You bring happiness to so many needy people.” Letter writer is happy to give

Since 1927 we have received thousands of letters similar to the ones above, which continue to reinforce the importance and true meaning of the Christmas Cheer Fund. Letters from children, adults and letters received anonymously, all asking for a little support during the holiday season.

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In 1927 Lee Loomis, publisher of the Globe-Gazette founded the Christmas Cheer Fund, and each year thereafter it has continued to help brighten the holidays for many North Iowa residents due to your generosity. In the past 84 years you have given $2,127,298.03 to help North Iowans in need of a little cheer for the holidays. Every donation counts. Regardless of the size of your gift, anything will be greatly appreciated. Cheer Fund donations or referrals may be made to: Christmas Cheer Fund, Globe-Gazette, P.O. Box 271, Mason City, IA 50402-0271. Donations may also be taken to the Globe-Gazette office, 300 North Washington Ave., Mason City, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Cheer Fund requests may also be made at the Globe-Gazette office.

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CELEBRATIONS

Happy 1st Birthday on November 18th to the Dotzler Quads

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ANNIVERSARY

Max, Emme, Brady & Sophie There’s four to kiss There’s four to hug And best of all There’s four to love! Congratulations to James and Casey Dotzler You have survived the first year!!

ENGAGED

Issoufou, Bell SALAMATOU ISSOUFOU, of Niamey, Niger, is the daughter of Zeinabou Issoufou of Niamey, Niger. DAVID M. BELL, of Ramah, N.M., is the son of Chris and Scott Bell, of Mason City. David is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati CollegeConservatory of Music and is currently enrolled in graduate studies at Western New Mexico State University in Gallup, N.M. He is employed by Ramah Elementary School in Ramah, N.M. David and Salamatou met in Niamey, Niger, West Africa, where David worked as a Peace Corps volunteer. They will reside

in Ramah, N.M., where David is a fourth grade elementary school teacher. The couple will be married Dec. 29, 2010, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Mason City, Iowa.

Oertel, 40 years

Brody, 40 years

MASON CITY — John Oertel and Mary (Suter) Oertel of Mason City were married Nov. 28, 1970, at Holy Family Catholic Church in Mason City. The couple will celebrate their 40 wedding anniversary with a family dinner. The couple’s children and their spouses are Julia and Chris Deets of Mason City; Teresa and Adam Court of Fort Collins, Colo; and the late Katie Lynn Oertel. They are Nana and Papa to grandchildren Andrew, Anna and Alex Deets and Katie Rose Sunshine Court.

MASON CITY — Blair Brody and Chris (Shogren) Brody of Mason City were married Nov. 27, 1970, at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Cedar Rapids. The couple will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with a vacation to Jamaica. The couple’s children and their spouses are daughter, Lisa, of Minneapolis, and son Mike and daughter-inlaw Zan of Minneapolis.

Luxury: Some people live it and some people merely hear about it. Forty years ago, Blair and Chris Brody’s life of shared extravagance began. After on a two-night THANK YOU honeymoon in a one-level motel in Iowa City, Blair and Chris (or “Chair” as they’re often called) settled into the town of Mason City, Iowa, where Blair played Eddie Thank you Albert to Chris’ Eva Gabor. We wish to thank family and friends for all the lovely Chris began working at a JcPenney’s and Blair did cards we received for our 50th anniversary. We appreciated your donations to the Harvest Food Bank, both cash farmy-type stuff. Forty years later, Chair is still together and going strong. Chris now works at a bank and Blair and food items. This will help several families have a still does farmy-type stuff. They have two children, much better holiday season. We had a wonderful party Mike and Lisa, who love them very much and hope to be at Music Man Square. Thanks again and may God bless included in the will someday. And to celebrate the speeveryone this holiday season. — Delton and LeAnn Dixon cial anniversary, the family is going to Jamaica to spend time together and for once — live it up a little.

Thank you

My 80th birthday was an experience in joy and thankfulness that I will never forget. Sincere gratitude and love to my wonderful daughters and their families for the fun-filled open house and to all friends and relatives who attended or sent cards. I feel so blessed. — Melba Muhlenbruch

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR JOURNEY TOGETHER! Love, Lisa, Mike & Zan


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MARRIED

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RETIREMENT

Retirement open house to honor Rob Simpson

Rager, Lackore BELLEVUE, Neb. — Melissa Kay (Lackore) Rager and Ryan Charles Rager were united in marriage on June 19, 2010, at St. James United Methodist Church, Bellevue, Neb., by the Rev. Chuck Rager, father of the groom, and Deacon Jerry Bertrand. Melissa is the daughter of Kurt and Doris Dallman and the late Skip Lackore of Garner, Iowa. She is the granddaughter of Leonard and Monica Paca, Koky and the late Marvin Lackore and Don and Dorothy Dallman. Ryan is the son of Chuck and Roberta Rager of Ogallala, Neb. He is the grandson of Retha Curry. Matrons of honor were Kelly Muth and Katie Koller. Melissa’s other attendants were Emily Koob, Emily Izen and Rachel Rager. Melissa’s personal attendant was Jessica Srstka. Best man was Tom Reburn. Ryan’s other attendants were Mike Srstka, David Pojar, Scott Palmer and Matt Lackore. Flower girls were Reagan Koller and Tanaya Rager. Ring bearer was Griffen Muth. Ushers were Mitch Muth, Chad Koller and Gina Lackore. Music was by Daniel Santos, Jimmy Weber, Adam Radcliffe, Crystal Hartkopp, and Allison Schulz. A reception was held at Mid America Center, Council Bluffs, hosted by Tom and Jeri Paca and David Rager and Katy Anttila. Melissa graduated from Garner-Hayfield High School in 2003, NIACC in 2005 and Wartburg College in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in music education. She is employed by Roncalli Catholic High School in Omaha, Neb. Ryan graduated from South Sioux City High School in 2003 and Buena Vista University in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in music education. He is employed by U.S. Air Force Heartland of America Band at Offutt Air Force Base, Bellevue, Neb. The couple will reside in Bellevue, Neb.

Salier, Thompson OSAGE — Erin Thompson and Jason Salier were united in marriage on July 31, 2010, at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Osage, by Pastor Dennis Hanson. Erin is the daughter of Dar and Geri Thompson, of St. Ansgar. Jason is the son of Greg and Teri Salier, of Osage. Matron of Honor was Vanessa Mayer. Erin’s other attendants were Kelli Gilbert, Emily Weich, Michelle Massure, and Shannon Bieber. Erin’s personal attendant was Emily Thompson. Best man was Justin Salier. Jason’s other attendants were Kyle Thompson, Joe Hemann, Jaydon Olsen, and Randi Grafft. Flower girls were Emma and Leah Grimm. Ushers were Tom Muller, Andy Taets, and Aaron Rustad. Erin graduated from Osage High School and the University of Iowa, with a finance degree. She is employed by Rockwell Collins in Cedar Rapids. Jason graduated from Osage High School and the University of Northern Iowa, with a biology degree. He is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, and is a doctor of chiropractic. He is employed by Mount Vernon Chiropractic in Mount Vernon. The couple resides in Mount Vernon.

THANK YOU

Thank you We want to thank all of our friends that sent us such beautiful cards for our 70th anniversary. They were very much appreciated. — Cliff and Lois Ellgen

MASON CITY — A retirement open house for Rob Simpson will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, at NAPA Auto Parts, 3377 Fourth St. S.W., Mason City. Simpson was the store manager at NAPA Auto Parts, Mason City, for 34½ years.


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BIRTHDAY

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Bolinger, Berding MASON CITY — Krystal (Berding) Bolinger and Jessie Bolinger were united in marriage on Sept. 5, 2010, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Mason City, Iowa, by Pastor Dan Gerrietts. Krystal is the daughter of Butch and Carol Berding of Mason City. Jessie is the son of Doug and Lorie Bolinger of Forest City. Matron of Honor was Angela Stark, cousin of the bride. Krystal’s other attendants were Amanda Haugen, sister of the groom; Kimberly Berding, sister-in-law of the bride; Alison DeFrance Rader, friend of the bride; Dara Taylor, friend of the bride; Melissa Swyter, friend of the bride; and Sierra Berding, niece the of bride. Krystal’s personal attendant was Lyndsee Detra. Leland Hummel, 80 Best man was Doug KLEMME — A card shower is planned for Leland HumBolinger, father of the mel, of Klemme, who will celebrate his 80th birthday Dec. 4. groom. Jessie’s other He was born Dec. 4, 1930. attendants were Mike Cards may be sent to Leland at the following address: 417 Haugen, brother-in-law of E. Main St., Klemme, IA 50449. He requests no gifts, please. the groom; Shane SwanSpecial birthday wishes from his family: son, cousin of the groom; Joleen and Ben Chiodo, Curt and Diane Stadtlander, Matt Anderson, friend of Andy, Aubrey and Ashlyn Stadtlander, the groom; Joe Berding, and Ronnie and Holly Vickers. brother of the bride; Craig Goyette, brother of the bride; and Trenten Goyette, nephew of the THANK YOU bride. Flower girls were Thank you

THANK YOU

Thank you On behalf of the staff, board of trustees, and the 8,000 people in the North Central States Chapter living with multiple sclerosis, I would like to thank all the participants and volunteers who took part in Walk MS or Bike MS in 2010. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is observing Team Recognition Week Nov. 15-19 to show our sincere gratitude. We would like to especially recognize our team captains who are the driving force behind the sucBaileigh Berding and Cyn- cess of our Walk MS and Bike MS events. Your efforts to thia Goyette, nieces of the rally your friends and family to create a world free of MS bride. Ring bearer was Jack help to raise funds to support MS research and local programs. Berding, nephew of the If you are interested in participating in our events in bride. Ushers were Nick Hanks, Sean Asada, Adam 2011 or learning more about the National MS Society, contact us at 1-800-344-4867 or visit us online at Anderson and Yngwie www.myMSsociety.org. Goyette. — With appreciation, A reception was held at Andria Battaglia the Clarion Inn, Mason Development Manager City, and was hosted by National MS Society-North Central States Chapter Chuck and Patty Bolinger. www.myMSsociety.org Krystal graduated from Mason City High School in 1998, North Iowa Area Community College, the University of Northern Iowa, and Saint Mary’s University. She is employed by the Mason City Community School District in Mason City. Jessie graduated from Forest City High School in 2001, and Des Moines Area Community College, receiving his journeyman electrician license. He is employed by Blazek Electric in Mason City. Get The Globe Gazette The couple will honeymoon in Jamaica and reside in Mason City.

Thank you every one who was there for us, the families of Donald Limberg. THANK YOU Thank you for your prayers, cards and support. We will miss him but know that he will be spending Christmas with Jesus. Thank you May God bless every one. A big thank-you to my family and everyone for your — Linda Hansmeier, Hal Wheeler, Doris Leuwerke, prayers and visits, cards, flowers and calls while I was in Kenneth and Art Limberg, Mavis Weaver and families the hospital and visits after I got home. Thank you, Thank you — Ed Meyer Thanks to our friends and family for remembering our 35th wedding anniversary. We’re overwhelmed by the Thank you many cards and wishes we received. Many thanks to my family and friends for the beautiDeep gratitude to our wonderful children and grand- ful cards and best wishes for my birthday. I enjoyed sons for the surprise dinner and lovely gift. You are so them very much. special and we are so blessed. — Anna Grace Bacon — Dennis and Jane Behr

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CELEBRATIONS BIRTHDAY

GLOBE GAZETTE

Happy 30th Birthday

BIRTHDAY

Grace Schultz, 90 MASON CITY — Grace Schultz, of Mason City, will celebrate her 90th birthday at a family dinner, with daughter, Marieann Nielsen and husband, Neva Whitmore, 80 Helen Maassen, 95 Paul, her grandchildren OSAGE — Neva WhitMASON CITY — Helen and great-grandchildren. Maassen, of Mason City, will more, of Osage, will She was born Dec. 5, celebrate her 95th birthday, observe her 80th birthday 1920. Dec. 3. Wednesday, Dec. 1. Cards may be sent to She was born Dec. 3, 1915, She was born Dec. 1, Grace at the following in Mason City. 1930 in Osage. address: 120 22nd St. S.E., Helen still enjoys fishing Greetings may be sent to Mason City, IA 50401. with family at Lake WinNeva at the following nibigoshish, in northern address: 605 N. 10th St., Minnesota, and making Osage, IA 50461. THANK YOU pies. Greetings may be sent to Winkowitsch Family BIRTHDAY Helen at the following Expresses Thanks address: 1531 Sixth Place S.E. #307, Mason City, IA The family of Donald 50401. Winkowitsch sincerely appreciates your prayers, Congratulations from condolences, and thoughtchildren: Mick, Mart ful gifts in our time of and Cary Maassen grief. We would like to and Ramona Jeffrey. thank those who brought us food, the staff at MuseNorris Hospice, the American Legion, Pastor Jeff Fiet, the ladies of the Leo Chisholm, 80 Dumont Reformed Church OSAGE — Leo and countless others who Chisholm, of Osage, will made this time a little celebrate his 80th birthmore bearable. day at an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Thank you Dec. 4, at the Knights of Thank you, everyone, Betty Taylor, 80 Columbus Hall, Osage. for remembering me on It will be hosted by my 90th birthday with MASON CITY — A card children, Tim, Cindy and cards, telephone calls and shower is planned for Jon. He requests no gifts, personal greetings. A speBetty Taylor, of Mason cial thanks to my family City, who will observe her please. Cards may be sent to for hosting the dinner and 80th birthday Dec. 4. Leo at the following for the many miles they She was born Dec. 4, address: 5 Presidential traveled to help me cele1930. Court, Osage, Iowa brate. God bless all of you. Cards may be mailed to 50461. — Janet Hicks her home.

Who would have thought the girl who once sported pigtails now rides a softtail? Genevieve (Stephens) Clemens will celebrate her 30th birthday today, November 28, 2010.

Love, Jeff, Jason, Mom, Carol, Rusty, Big Jay, Scooter, Macy and Eddie

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The Bridal Garden 641.585.9333 www.bridalgardeniowa.com Miller Photography 641.590.0659 306 South Clark, Forest City The Bridal Garden celebrating our 10th Anniversary. We carry gowns, tiaras, dresses & more. We can assist you with outfitting your entire wedding party (dresses to tuxes). Come experience the personal touch from the Bridal Garden. Weddings made easy. Formalities 641.423-6124 21 2nd St NE, Mason City formalitiesbridalwear.com formalitiesbridalwear@yahoo.com Formalities has been serving the North Iowa area for over 50 years. Formalities carries bridal gowns, bridesmaids, flowergirls, mothers gowns, prom gowns and all the accessories needed for your special day. Formalities has an elite group of seamstresses that can create that perfect fit! Formalities carries gowns in all sizes from infant to plus sizes. We have hundreds of gowns to choose from - buy right off the rack or place a special order - we’ll help you through the whole process. Formalities also carries fashion handbags/purses! Formalities was awarded the North Iowa Readers Choice once again! Shop Formalities! Sweet Things, etc. 641.822.4918 114 3rd Street, Rockwell Tues. & Thurs. Noon-8pm; Wed. & Fri. Noon6pm; Sat. 10am-2pm; Sun. By Appointment www.sweetthingsetc.com Sweet Things, etc. is your full service bridal shop offering everything you need for you and your special day. We offer hundreds of gowns in stock in all sizes for you to choose from, and of course in-house alterations. We require appointments for bridal consultations so we can spend one-on-one time helping you choose the perfect gown! Sweet Things, etc... making beautiful weddings, one bride at a time! Check our website for upcoming events!! Sew Heavenly Creations LLC 641.892.4111 209 W. Gilman St. Sheffield, IA Open M, W, F 12 Noon-5pm; Tu, Th 12 Noon-7pm;

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RECEPTIONS MacNider Art Museum 641.421.3666 303 Second Street SE, Mason City barracks@macniderart.org Unforgettable weddings, distinguished receptions. An elegant setting to make lasting memories. Duncan Community Ballroom 641.843.3353 4 miles west of Garner www.duncanballroom.com Seating for 500, 40x70 dance floor. Serve your own food/ caterers welcome. Meeting room available. 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 300 1st Ave. N., 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. WEDDING SITE AND RECEPTION PM Park 15297 Rainy Drive South Shore, Clear Lake 641.357.1991 or 641.529.2222 www.pmpark.net

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CELEBRATIONS

GLOBE GAZETTE

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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Wartburg recognition WAVERLY — Kristin Huinker, of Garner, was among three students recognized at Wartburg College for her commitment to service, during St. Elizabeth Week, Nov. 14-21. Huinker, a social work major, has been involved in service to the college and community. She has participated in and led service trips and worked with the Northeast Iowa Food Bank, the United Way, and the Holiday Shoppe project, organized by the Wartburg Social Club for low-income residents of Bremer County. She is the daughter of

Daniel and Shawn Huinker. St. Elizabeth Week honors Elizabeth of Hungary, who lived at Wartburg Castle in Eisenach, Germany, during the 13th century. The wife of a Thuringian landgrave, she carried on an active ministry to the poor and sick during her years at the castle. After her husband’s death, she became Germany’s first female Franciscan nun and was canonized in 1235.

Wartburg Wind Ensemble WAVERLY — The 2010-11 Wartburg College Wind Ensemble includes students from six states and Japan.

The college’s top wind and percussion players are selected by audition for the Wind Ensemble, one of two college bands directed by Dr. Craig A. Hancock, associate professor of music and director of bands. Members of the Wind Ensemble include the following North Iowa students: ALGONA — Sydney Marsh, bass clarinet. APLINGTON — Tyler Winkey, trombone. GRAFTON — Shea Kruger, alto sax. MASON CITY — Brett Mulkey, bass trombone; Ryan Mulkey, percussion; Matthew Wiebke, percussion. OSAGE — Natalie

Branstad, clarinet. PARKERSBURG — Katelyn Schwennen, clarinet. RUDD — Kimberly Morische, alto sax.

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