See Inside: The Babies of 2010
Mason City, Iowa âœŚ Sunday, January 16, 2011
Oh Baby! Celebrating Babies Born in 2010
Loren Levenhagen and
Brekkin OliverHenry Ullmann
Welcomed by Justin and April Ullmann
were married Jan. 14, 1951, at St. Peterâ€™s Lutheran Church in Rockwell, Iowa.
Married Kelsey (Keehn) Lage
Gabrielle (Lage) Ginther
were united in marriage on June 26, 2010, at First United Methodist Church, Mason City.
were united in marriage on Sept. 4, 2010, at First United Methodist Church, Mason City.
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Celebrating four generations of Johanns, all of Grafton, are: Mike Johanns, grandfather; Tyler Johanns, father, holding great-grandson Trey; Richard Johanns, great-grandfather.
GARNER — Heather Eiffler and Dustin O’Leary were united in marriage at a candlelight service on Sept. 18, 2010, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Garner. Pastor Dale Glawatz performed the ceremony. The couple’s parents are Daryl and Chris Eiffler and Bill and Jan O’Leary, all of Garner. Matron of honor was Val Bovy, friend of the bride, and best man was Adam O’Leary, brother of the groom. Bridesmaids were Amy Halverson, friend of the couple; Matt Fett (bridesman), friend of the couple; Ciara McDonald, friend of the bride; and Heather O’Leary and Holly Murphy, sisters of the groom. Groomsmen were Jack Hemer, Ben Frein, Jesse Howie and Luke Sneller, friends of the couple; and Justin Eiffler, brother of the bride. Flower girl was Lily Eiffler, niece of the bride. Following the ceremony, a reception and dance for the couple was held at the Best Western in Clear Lake. The couple now reside in Scottsdale, Ariz. Heather is employed as a Mortgage Opener with US Bank in Scottsdale and Dustin is a Marketing Campaign Specialist with Direct Alliance in Tempe, Ariz.
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Lainey Rae McGough November 18 Welcomed by Jeremy & Shannon McGough; Grandparents Mike McCauley, Rockford; Denise Lyon, Mason City; Doug & Shari McGough, Ft. Dodge; Great Grandparents Melvin & Mary Lou McCauley, Rockford; Duane & Carolyn Nicholson, Mason City, Carl & Pat Peterson, Ft. Dodge; Ronnie McGough, Ft. Dodge
Connor Brown May 14 Welcomed by James & Lacey Brown
Weston Jeffrey Nonnweiler June 7 Welcomed by Jeff & Tiffany Nonnweiler; Grandparents Dan & Jill Nonnweiler, Tim & Lori Thies; Sibling Izzie, 2yr MS-18142
McKenna Jean Schlitter November 14
Brody Butler February 12
Evvian Nicole Monson January 6 Welcomed by Sarah Morin & Timothy Monson; Grandparents Larry & Leslie Monson, Rich & Karen Bouver, Valerie & Stanley Wright, Derrick & DeAnn Morin
Kade Robert Tabbert June 30
Welcomed by Derek & Jennifer Schlitter; Sibling Macy
Welcomed by Mitch & Kelly Butler; Grandparents Sharon Larson, Lowell Butler
Welcomed by Troy & Lora Tabbert; Grandparents Duane & Robin Tabbert, Shelley Shelangoski & the late Glen Shelangoski
Averie RaeAnn Ebeling October 2
Braxton David Witt January 12
Callan Grace Fitzgerald March 24
Welcomed by Ben and Kasie Ebeling
Welcomed by Butch & Gala Witt; Grandparents David & Jurine Smith Adolph & Ruth Witt; Sibling Drayden
Welcomed by Jeremy & Abby Fitzgerald; Grandparents Tom & Barb Fitzgerald, Ed & Karen Ries; Sibling Graydon
Jacob Cayden Boller April 23 Welcomed by Josh Boller & Melinda McCarty; Grandparents Buffie Ersland, Marc Oehlsen, Denise Jobe, Lonny & Kathy Boller
Remington Andrew Boelman April 15 Welcomed By Andrew & Heather Boelman; Grandparents Janet & Craig Kennedy, Annette Boelman, Kevin & Kim Buffington, Brent & Sheri Boelman; Sibling Elizabeth Boelman
Caleb John Szymeczek August 8 Welcomed by John and Jennifer Szymeczek; Grandparents Terry & Phyllis Johnson, Gary & Sue Szymeczek; Siblings Nicole, Anna & Zachary
Izabella Kaylee Ezarski March 13 Weclomed by Tyler Ezarski & Tara Studer; Grandparents Dennis & Debra Studer, Bob (Late Cherri) Ezarski
Brynn Marie Peterson January 1 Welcomed by Kyle and Sara Peterson
Ava Ann Scheppler March 11 Welcomed by John & Megan Scheppler; Grandparents Chris & Ann Schwarck, Robert & Carolyn Scheppler
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Emerson Sophia Pitzenberger August 19 Welcomed by Ben & Abbey Pitzenberger; Grandparents Marsha Wedmore & the late Terry Wedmore, Joe & Gail Pitzenberger; Siblings Allison & Caitlin
Aiden Joseph Mohlis November 27
Carter John Lofing October 23
Welcomed by Joe & Teresa Mohlis; Grandparents Ron & Cynthia Behrends, Duane & Carolyn Mohlis; Siblings Alan, Austin, Alex
Welcomed by Victoria Lofing; Grandparents John & Lisa Lofing
Caden John-Raphael Rottinghaus April 23
Landen May 19
Welcomed by Mike & Misty Rottinghaus; Grandparents John & Sandy Calvert, Ray & Teresa Rottinghaus Great Grandma Marian Hamm; Sibling Big brother Skylar (the dog), MS-18316
Welcomed by Andy & Angie; Grandparents Connie & Dwight and Wayne & Becky; Siblings Emma & Logan
Olivia Marie Hodson September 4 Welcomed by Dustin & Miranda Hodson; Grandparents Grandma Peggy Hodson, Grandpa Steve Hodson, Grandma Julie Fierova
Mychal Lee Wendel August 30 Welcomed by Melissa Rick and James Wendel; Grandparents Brad & Marlene Rick & Rhonda Wendel; Siblings Marisa, Devin, Aidan, Paige, Destiny, Ayva, Dylan, Desarea
Keith David Johnson February 22
Roman James Hardy November 28
Welcomed by Troy Johnson & Heather Hartema; Grandparents Kathy Coe & Flint, Late David Hartema, Charles Kennedy and the Late Susan Kennedy; Sibling Ciara Katherine
Welcomed by Ryan and Mandy Hardy of Crystal, MN; Grandparents Russ & Jo Ann Hardy - Mason City and Rick & Bonnie Kraemer, Maple Grove, MN
Colton Rocket Hesley December 30
Brekkin OliverHenry Ullmann April 13
Welcomed by Travis and Alyse Hesley
Jillian Marie Schulte March 20 Welcomed by Stacey Schulte; Grandparents Mike & Barb Schulte; Siblings Joel & Jaden
Cecelia Dawn Gustafson November 20 Weclomed by Dan and Kansa Gustafson; Grandparents Larry & Jan Gustafson, Pete Faust; Siblings Gabriella & Micah
Isabella Haugebak TK July 12
Welcomed By Justin and April Ullmann; Grandparents Randy and Beth Matheson, Marcia and late Henry Ullmann; Sibling Austin
Welcomed by Michelle McDonald & Jeremiah Haugebak; TKGrandparents Laurie McDonald & Mike McDonald, Wendy & Kris Haugebak; Sibling Liliana
Ryder Scott Smith July 27
Chloe Marie October 21
Welcomed by Cam and Jacque Smith; Grandparents Gary & Jeannette Schmitt, Great Grandmother Lola Paulus; Siblings Kaytlyn, Karah, Gracie, Clay & Coy Smith
Welcomed by Shanna Northrup & Adam Ochoa; Grandparents Sandy Northrup & Rick Johansen; Siblings Akia & Mateo
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Parker Anderson Svejda September 23 Welcomed by Brent Svejda & Amber Anderson; Grandparents Mike & Kim Svejda and Brent & Sherri Anderson
McCoy Levy McClelland November 29
Bostin James Wistey December 2
Addison Violet Noss July 20
Welcomed by Zach and Ashley Wistey; Grandparents Paul & Glynis Gagnon, Bill & Pat Wistey
Weclomed by Rob and Amy Noss; Grandparents Sandi Willman & Bob & Sara Noss; Siblings Annaka, Alana, Avarie
Aiden James Servantez January 12
Cecilia Anaya Decker May 16
Welcomed by Caitlin Servantez; Grandparents LuAnn Servantez, Steve Servantez (Milton, WI)
Welcomed By Vicky Miller & Ian Decker; Grandparents Fredericka & Chris Miller & Gloria & Steve Decker
Joseph Thompson Boehmer June 23
Welcomed by April & Ryan McClelland; Grandparents Jeff & Dawn Brecke, Larry & Francine McClelland; Siblings Madison & Mason
Arianna Elizabeth Wible December 11 Welcomed by Lyle and Juli Wible of Mason City; Grand parents Jim & Barb Ohden of Floyd, Toni Crotty of Mason City; Lyle Wible of Kansas; Great Grandparents Liz Redwine of Osage, Bob & Cindy Wiltse of Charles City, Marge Wible of Washington; Sibling Big Brother Tristan Wible
Amelia Klouse July 1 Welcomed by Jason & Lindsay Klouse
Welcomed by Adam and Ashley Boehmer; Grandparents Mike & Cindy Thompson and Delane and Peggy Boehmer; Sibling Big Sister Taryn - 3½
Ashton and Hayden McCloskey September 15
Lennon True-Frank September 22
Kinnick Nutting Iles May 3
Welcomed by Shawn True & Brandon Frank; Sibling Leila Buffington
Welcomed by Joe and Liz Iles; Grandparents John & Donna Fischbeck and Darrell & Connie Iles; Siblings Kyra and Berlin
Welcomed by Nichole McCloskey; Grandparents Mary and Tom Heaberlin; Sibling Jordell (brother)
Aleah Bewley August 31
Madelyn Marie Wolfe June 30
Welcomed by Chris and Andria Bewley; Grandparents Bruce and Grace Pixley, Pam & Randy Eernisse; Sibling Alex
Welcomed by Courtrey & Matt Wolfe; Grandparents Steve & Vicky Wolfe, Brad & Joan Losey, and Cherly Losey; Siblings Dakota & Elliot
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Ezriyha Kleveland March 11 Welcomed by Brian & Terri Kleveland; Grandparents Leroy & Deb Kleveland; Siblings Mykuya Hand & RaeAnna Eastman
Jackson Kelly May 13 Welcomed by Laura & Kyle Kelly; Grandparents Annette & Earl Simonson & Shirley & John Kelly
Aisley Beth Hobbiebrunken April 22 Welcomed by Travis & Amanda Hobbiebrunken; Grandparents Bonnie Caspers, Richard Carpenter, the late Jack Caspers, Ken & Brenda Hobbiebrunken; Sibling Alec MS-18319
Jackson Froiland December 1 Welcomed by Justin & Katie Froiland; Grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Terry Stevens, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Froiland, Mike Gaiser
Anniston Gayle Ostrander July 17
Welcomed by Robert, Jr & Kimberly Ostrander; Grandparents Robert, Sr & Verna Ostrander, Dennis Bower, Marilyn Bower; Sibling Addison Grace Ostrander
Corey Thomas Jensen August 5
Caridee Jane Wensing September 23 Welcomed by Cody & Emily Wensing; Grandparents Bill & Vicki Stangler
Brooke Ann Irvin December 6
Welcomed by Tom & Amy Jensen; Grandparents Robert & Joan Jensen, Jo Ann Covington, Randy Covington; Sibling Caden
Welcomed by Luke & Jennifer Irvin; Grandparents Roger & Beverly Bartz, Anne Metzler, Bill Irvin; Sibling Elizabeth Hinders
Gunner Anderson Balek November 26
Kylie Jean Dwyer December 27
Welcomed by Mike Balek & Danelle Stadtlander; Grandparents Pat & Marsha Balek, Ed & Jan Stadtlander
Welcomed by Mike & Shelby Dwyer; Grandparents Larry & Nancy Gallagher & Kim & Sue Dwyer; Siblings Quintin & Jack
Michael Dean Platts March 26 Welcomed by Elizabeth & Mat Platts; Grandparents Dean & Mary Smith, Mike & Kathy Platts
Brayden Lee Williams September 28 Welcomed by Taylor Swenson & Dylan Williams; Grandparents Steve Swenson, Deb Behr & Jayne Wilhelm
Lauren Danielle Logan December 14 Welcomed by Ben & Kiley Logan; Grandparents Ron & Lee Dannen, Randy & Teresa Logan, Tim & Kris Becker; Sibling Brody
Hudson James Peterson May 30 Welcomed by Brandon & Cally Peterson; Grandparents Paul Orluske, Dianna Orluske & Spencer Weaver, Mark & Sherri Peterson; Sibling Blythe Peterson 3 Â˝
Nolan Robert Hurd September 14 Welcomed by Travis & Jessica Hurd
Levi Austin Mutchler September 14
Welcomed by Kevin Mutchler & Sarah Szymeczek; Grandparents Linda Steinke, Gary & Sue Szymeczek; Siblings Mariah & Dawson Mutchler
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Lage, Ginther MASON CITY — Gabrielle (Lage) Ginther and Tyler Ginther were united in marriage on Sept. 4, 2010, at First United Methodist Church, Mason City, by Pastor Joe Dunnwald and Pastor Jim Stiles. Gabrielle is the daughter of Bret and Sue Lage of Meservey. Tyler is the son of Scott and Pam Ginther of Rockford and Linda Klein of Frenchtown, Mont. Gabrielle’s grandparents are Eugene and Arlis Bertlesen of Thornton. Tyler’s grandparents are Kay and Jerry Gleason, Chicago, Ill.; Sharon Ginther of Scottsdale, Ariz.; Gary Ginther of Rockford; Read and Irene Kent of Tonaskat, Wash.; and Robert Lohr of Rockford. Maid of honor was Briana Lage, sister of the bride. Gabrielle’s other attendants were Kelsey Lage, sister-in-law of the bride; Abby Sprau, cousin of the bride; Kristi Pals, cousin of the bride; Abbee Gappa, and Trisha Muhlenbruch, friends of the couple. Anna Dunnwald,
cousin of the bride, was Gabrielle’s personal attendant. Best men were Johnnie Riser and Patrick Klein, brothers of the groom. Groomsmen were Tate Lage, brother of the bride; Charlie Dickman, Nathan Fober, and Michael Havens, all friends of the couple. Flower girl was Meg Dunnwald, cousin of the bride. Ring bearer was Carson Riser, nephew of the groom. Ushers were Jennifer Hansen, Katherine Hansen, Scott Hansen, Christopher Meyer, Jesse Millang, and Michael Stensrud, all friends of the couple. Gabrielle is a graduate of SCMT and the University of Northern Iowa with a degree in elementary education and special education. She is employed as a 7th grade special education teacher with the HamptonDumont Community Schools. Tyler is a graduate of Rockford and NIACC with a degree in business. Tyler is employed with PMA USA. The reception was held at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake. The couple resides in rural Meservey.
Lage, Keehn MASON CITY — Kelsey (Keehn) Lage and Tate Lage were united in marriage on June 26, 2010, at First United Methodist Church, Mason City, by Pastor Joe Dunnwald and Pastor Jim Stiles. Kelsey is the daughter of Mike and Sara Keehn of Latimer and Kristy and Curt Holt of Sheffield. Tate is the son of Bret and Sue Lage of Meservey. Kelsey’s grandparents are Eleanor Keehn of Latimer; Richard and Karen Floy of Thornton; and Adeline Floy of Clear Lake. Tate’s grandparents are Eugene and Arlis Bertelsen of Thornton. Maidens of Honor were Anna and Makenzie Keehn, sisters of the bride. Kelsey’s other attendants were Gabrielle Lage and Briana Lage, sisters of the groom; Shanna Floy, cousin of the bride; and Katie Johnson and Ashley Meyer, friends of the couple. Kelsey’s personal attendants were Whitney Pralle and Brittney Bohman, friends of the couple. Honorary best man was
Bret Lage, father of the groom. Tate’s other attendants were Matt Schissel, Scott Groh, Kyle Faaborg, Rob Schmidt, Jordan Jurgens, Cass Long, and Kiley Zimmerman, all friends of the couple. Flower girls were Rylee Keehn, cousin of the bride; and Meg Dunnwald, cousin of the groom. Ring Bearer was Aaden Keehn, cousin of the bride. Ushers were Tanner Bohman, Andy Farrer, Tyler Ginther, and Nate Johnson, all friends of the couple. Kelsey is a graduate of CAL Community School, Kirkwood Community College, and Iowa State University with a degree in elementary education. Kelsey is a fourth grade teacher employed with Baxter Community Schools in Baxter. Tate is a graduate of SCMT, Wartburg with a degree in biology; and currently a third year medical student at Des Moines University. A reception was held at the Convention Center in Hampton. After a honeymoon to the Riviera Maya, Mexico, the couple resides in Ankeny.
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To all of my family, friends and coI want to thank everyone that sent workers, thank you to each and every one cards, flowers, and made phone calls for of you for the food, flowers, cards, visits my 100th birthday. They meant a lot to and phone calls following my knee me. surgery. May all of you have a great 2011. — Gabrielle Pittenger Thank you again and God Bless. Thank you — Lorraine Meitner Thanks to family and friends for the Thank you many birthday greetings. It truly warms Thanks to those who sent cards on our my heart that you thought of me! December birthdays. It was exciting — Patty Smith hearing from all of you. It’s so nice to be remembered, and Happy New Year to everyone! In appreciation, — Orlyn and Bethel Enabnit
Ivy Urbatsch July 12
Welcomed by Jake & Anneke Urbatsch; Grandparents: Dan & Carolyn Reeder and Mike and Sue Urbatsch
Braden Robert Kuhlemeier August 17 Welcomed by Mitchell Kuhlemeier & Jacuqe Green; Grandparents Rob & Brenda Kuhlemeier, Robert & Connie Wiegmann, Gary Green Rudd; Siblings Jackson & Will Busabaum
Emma Rose & Anna Kay Leerar January 17 Welcomed by Lisa Ridder & Joseph Leerar; Grandparents Sonja Ridder (Friend Ray Schmidt) Ben Meyerhofer, Roger & Marilyn Leerar; Sibling Evan Leerar
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Jaxon Richard Arthur December 4 Welcomed by Eric & Bridget Arthur; Grandparents Richard & Joan Arthur, Al & Jacque Brandau, John & Connie Downing
Drew Allan Despenas June 11 Welcomed by Julie Navratil & Eric Despenas; Grandparents Noni & Papa; Sibling Heidi
Madelyn Rose Alden November 28 Welcomed by Dan & Sarah Alden; Grandparents Rick & Donna Alden, Dennis & Mary Grauerholz
Brenna Grace Fick September 7 Welcomed by Jeff & Sadie Fick; Sibling Delia Fick
Leighton Marian Flugum March 14 Welcomed by Michael & Jill Flugum; Grandparents Al & Deanna Flugum & Ron & Mary Dodd
Owen Francis Hanig February 23 Welcomed by Nick & Andrea Hanig; Grandparents Bob & Deb Engels, Frank & Janet Hanig; Siblings Kael 5 1/2 & Avah 3 1/2
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KLEMME — Brittney (Schmidt) Guidarelli and Jack Guidarelli were united in marriage on Aug. 7, 2010, at Immanuel Reformed United Church of Christ in Klemme, Iowa, by Pastor Donna Buckman. Brittney is the daughter of Jamie and Beth Schmidt of Garner. Jack is the son of Mark and Margie Guidarelli of Wilmette, Ill. Maid of honor was Stephanie Schmidt, sister of the bride. Brittney’s other attendants were Brianna Schmidt, Joanie Guidarelli, Jenny Guidarelli, and Laura Rudolph. Brittney’s personal attendant was Jennifer Rose, friend of the bride. Best man was Peter Dykstra, friend of the groom. Jack’s other attendants were Jeff Guidarelli, Joe Guidarelli, Joe Dodson, and Anish Patel. Ushers were Kevin Gerner, Terence Goettsch, and Rick Ofman. The candlelighters were Bob Guidarelli and Larry Guidarelli, uncles of the groom. Readers for the ceremony were Luverne Schmidt, grandpa of the bride, and Jack Buffington, grandpa of the groom. A reception was held at Ventura Community Center, and was hosted by Steve and Chris Schmidt and Keith and Debbie Van Heck. Brittney graduated from Garner-Hayfield High School in 2004 and Iowa State University with a business degree in 2008 and her M.B.A. in 2009. She is employed by John Deere in Moline, Ill. Jack graduated from New Trier High School in 2003 and Iowa State University with a chemical and biological engineering degree in 2007. He is employed by John Deere in Moline. The couple will honeymoon in Malta and reside in Bettendorf, Iowa.
STEPHANIE SCHMIDT, of Indianapolis, Ind., is the daughter of Jamie and Beth Schmidt of Garner. Stephanie graduated from Belmond-Klemme High School in 2001 and Iowa State University in 2005. Stephanie is a project manager/technical writer for Adayana in Indianapolis. TERENCE GOETTSCH, of Denver, Colo., is the son of Hans Goettsch of Phoenix, and Mitzi Pennington of St. Louis. Terence graduated from Charles City High School in 2000 and Iowa State University in 2004 with a chemical engineering degree. He is employed by Schlumberger in Denver. The couple will be married at July 2, 2011, at Reiman Gardens in Ames, Iowa.
ANNIVERSARY Hutchison, 55 years MASON CITY — Harold Harry Hutchison and Eileen Helen (Kahler) Hutchison of Mason City, Iowa, were married Jan. 14, 1956, at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Buffalo Center. They are celebrating their 55th wedding anniversary. The couple’s children and their spouses are Steve and Paula Hutchison (Marshfield, Wis.); Lisa and Eric Busch (Hiawatha, Iowa), Mike Hutchison and Maggie Rudish (Waukee, Iowa); Lana and Chris Stone (Cedar Rapids, Iowa); Lynn and Doug Uridil (Marion, Iowa); Lori and Jeremy Chamberlin, Sara and David Poppy, and Kara Hutchison (Mason City).
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS High School, is the son of Scott and Patti TornM A S O N CITY — quist. Joshua Martinson and He is an Nathan Tornquist were Eagle Scout selected as the Mason Tornquist and enjoys City Noon Rotary Club’s playing trumpet in the “Students of the Month” band and performing for January. both in school plays and Joshua Martinson , a in speech competitions. senior at Tornquist is editor of the Mason City yearbook this year, and High enjoys writing software, School, is outside of school. the son of He plans to attend PurSteve and due University or the Sheila MarUniversity of Minnesota, tinson, of to study for a degree in Mason City. Martinson computer engineering. He is a member of the National Honor Society and has been acknowledged for Central College outstanding achievement Dean’s List in academics. He has been PELLA — Central Colan active member of the lege announced its 2010 Mason City High School fall semester Dean’s List. Art Club for four years The honor is awarded to and has had art work full-time students who selected for exhibit in both the Mason City Pub- achieve a 3.5 grade point average or higher on a 4.0 lic Library and Adminisscale while taking 12 or tration Building. more graded credit hours Martinson has interests in both mathematics for the semester. ALGONA — Alex and physics and was selected as Student of the Shockley. APLINGTON — Month in mathematics. In Mackenzie Uhlenhopp. addition, he has spent BRITT — Melony time as a teacher’s assisMcDermott. tant for the high school BUFFALO CENTER — physics department. He’s Joy McEachran. also been named to the CLARION — Molli Principal’s List and O’Brien. Honor Roll. He is CLARKSVILLE — Baiemployed part-time at ley Steere. Winslow’s Hallmark. CLEAR LAKE — Martinson recently Colette Kotz. received an Iowa State HAMPTON — Jill WinUniversity Academic ters. Recognition Award and MASON CITY — Ryan will be attending ISU in Goetzinger, Tyler Mason, the fall of 2011 to pursue a Stephanie Saewert. degree in electrical engiOSAGE — Megan Kittleneering, and a master of son. business administration ROCKWELL — degree. Zachary Elsbecker. Nathan Tornquist , a VENTURA — Blair senior at Mason City Berhow-Goll.
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Gunner Balek MASON CITY — Mike Balek and Danelle Stadtlander, of Mason City, are parents of a son, Gunner Anderson Balek, born at 1:07 a.m. Nov. 26, 2010 at Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa, Mason City. He weighed 8 lbs. 4 oz., and was 20½ inches long. Grandparents are Ed and Jan Stadtlander, of Meservey, and Pat and Marsha Balek, of Mason City.
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Wolff, 60 years MASON CITY — Bobby Ray Wolff and Beverly Ann Shave Wolff of Charles City were married Jan. 18, 1951. The couple will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a family dinner and a card shower. Cards may be sent to them at 903 Eighth St., Charles City, IA 50616. The couple’s children and their spouses are Doug and (JD) Wolff of North Liberty, and Diane and (Lee) Winter. They have nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
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Bierl, Esser ROCKFORD — Billie Esser Bierl and Aron Bierl were married July 31, 2010, on the Esser acreage, by the Rev. Dr. Jennifer Adinger. Billie’s parents are Jim and Linda Esser of Rockford. She is the granddaughter of Neva Baehne, Charles City. Aron’s parents are Ron Bierl and Patricia Bierl of Nora Springs. His grandparents are Irene Bierl, St. Benedict, and Marvin Sletten, Mason City. Maid of honor was Virginia Toye. Billie’s other attendants were Jennifer Nobbs, Emilee Kofoot, Haley Blair and Terrie Price. Honorary maid of honor was India Esser. Best man was Ryan Robinson. Aron’s other attendants were Michael Gribben, Michael Kofoot, Ron Wheeler, Travis Price and Rocky Esser. The flower girl was Hannah Kofoot. The ring bearer was Zachary Price. The reception was held at Esser’s Acreage, with hosts Robert and Diane Bohannon. Billie is employed by the IOOF Home in Mason City. Aron is employed by Kraft in Mason City. Following a honeymoon to McGregor, Iowa, the couple will reside in Nora Springs, Iowa.
Vega, 30 years MASON CITY — Roy and Peggy (Redeker) Vega of Mason City were married Jan. 17, 1981, at Holy Family Catholic Church in Mason City, Iowa. They are celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary with a trip to Mexico this month. The couple’s children are Geri (Vega) Maulsby and husband Scott Maulsby and Beth (Vega) O’Donnell and husband, Scott O’Donnell. The couple also has five grandchildren, Cody, Bailey, and Ali Maulsby, and Casey and Olivia O’Donnell.
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Pitkin wins Math Competition CLEAR LAKE — Ashley Pitkin received first-place in the state of Iowa and tied for first in the nation, in the 2010 fall competition of “Upper Level Collegiate Mathematics Competition of America” (ULCMCA). The competition is open to all students enrolled in school at the college level. The top scores are submitted to the state, and Ashley placed first. The state then submitted the winners to the national level. She tied with two other students for first in the nation. Pitkin is a junior at Iowa
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MASON CITY — Robert Allen Nessett and Judith Kay Trask Nessett of Mason City were married Jan. 9, 1971, at St. James Lutheran Church in Mason City. They celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with their family on Jan. 9, 2011. Cards may be sent to Bob and Judy Nessett, 302 S. Kentucky, Mason City, IA 50401. The couple’s children and their spouses are Paul and Ashley Schutz of Puyallup, Wash., and Jaime Nessett of Mason City. They also have three grandchildren.
AMBER LINDERMAN, of Rockwell, is the daughter of Brian and Lisa Pike of Mason City. Amber graduated from Mason City High School in 2000, and from North Iowa Area Community College in 2009 in the legal secretary program. JAMES JUHL, of Rockwell, is the son of James “Duff” and Barbara Juhl of Mason City. James graduated from Mason City High School in 2001 and is employed by Harrison Truck Centers in Clear Lake. The couple will be married at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Mason City.
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ASHTON CICCETTI, of Mason City, is the daughter of David and Connie Ciccetti of Mason City. Ashton graduated from Mason City High School in 2004 and from NIACC in 2007. Ashton is employed by Hertiage Care and Rehabilitation Center in Mason City. JEREMY CODY, of Mason City, is the son of Bill Cody of Mason City, and Bonnie Krause of Rockwell. Jeremy graduated from Mason City High School in 2000. Jeremy is head chef at SIPS in Clear Lake. The couple will be married at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 4, 2011, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Mason City.
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Happy 90th Birthday, Happy 90th Birthday Wayne Hasbrouck, 80 Thank you CLEAR LAKE — Wayne We would like to thank Dad Dorothy Sherrard Jan. 16
those who remembered us on our 50th wedding anniversary. Everything happened so fast after that, we just can’t “Thank” everyone enough for all their prayers, cards, calls, visits and food while Wendell was at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, and St. Mary’s Thank you I want to sincerely thank in Rochester. A special “Thanks” to everyone who sent cards, gifts and all the good wish- our family who was with us throughout the 3 weeks. es I received on my 80th It was truly a miracle for birthday. It was a very us this Christmas. It’s a enjoyable day. I am now Christmas we will never patiently awaiting my forget. 90th so I can hopefully God Bless you all. hear from all you nice peo— Wendell and Karen ple again. Meanwhile many Westphal thanks and God bless all of you. — Duane Kuhlers Hasbrouck, of Clear Lake, will celebrate his 80th birthday on Jan. 22. Greetings may be sent to him at: 307 26th Ave. S., Clear Lake, IA 50428.
for Rancher (Warren) Sears in observance of his 90th birthday (1920 - Christmas Eve baby). will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22, at the VFW Clear Lake. Birthday greetings may be sent to: 15021 Evergreen Ave., Clear Lake, IA 50428. You All Come!!
Charles Blum celebrated his 90th birthday, Jan. 9. Greetings may be sent to Charles at the following address: Box 250, Thornton, IA 50479. He requests no gifts, please. YOU’RE THE BEST We all love you!
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS mann. Fellowship award Faith Baptist Bible Iowa Lakes College ST. ANSGAR — Megan AMES — Colton College Dean’s List honors list Mayer. Kennedy, a junior THOMPSON — Rose VilANKENY — Joshua EMMETSBURG — Iowa mechanical engineering lela. Huang, of Mason City, Lakes Community College student at Iowa State TITONKA — Marcia was named to the fall released the fall honors list University, Ames, was Baade. semester Dean’s List at of full-time students who awarded the Laura W. WESLEY — Paul GronFaith Baptist Bible Coldemonstrated academic Bush Traveling Fellowbach. lege, Ankeny. excellence by earning a ship. WHITTEMORE — A student carrying 12 or grade point average of 3.25 Former first Lady Laura more credit hours and (based on a 4.00) or higher. Suzanne Brownell, *Natalie Bush presented Kennedy Clymer-Schmidt, *Melissa earning a grade point Fall semester students the award Sept. 8, at the Gade, Amy Meyer, Sarah average of 3.6 or more are who have achieved a 3.25 United Nations Building included on the Dean’s grade point average or better Schumacher, Sherrie Wagnin New York City. He was List. are recognized by inclusion er. one of three students WODEN — *Tracie Eden, on the Dean’s List. Those nationwide to receive the Meaghan Schmidt. with a 4.00 (A) average are award. on the President’s List. An LaJames graduates Kennedy is the son of asterisk (*) indicates a 4.00 Jamestown College MASON CITY — La Sam and Denise Kennedy, (A) average. of Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, James College awarded ALGONA — *Julie Bloyer, Dean’s List degrees to the following formerly of Clear Lake, JAMESTOWN, N.D. — Amanda Buscher, *Thomas students recently. and grandson of Wanda Tara Sluik, of Mason City, Christian, *Katelyn ConCosmetology Gradu and Jack Kennedy, of Iowa, was named to the nick, Devon Groen, Elizaates Clear Lake. Dean’s List for the 2010 fall beth Harms, David Hill, IOWA The Laura W. Bush Emily Hubbell, Paula Kauf- semester at Jamestown ELMA — LeAnn LeneTraveling Fellowship proCollege. mann, *Nichole Lansing, han. vides funding for a stuThe Dean’s List includes FOREST CITY — Hope Tarrah McCauley, Tori dent-developed proposal McCurry, *Michael McMa- full-time students who, Leah Jensen. to work abroad while fulhon, Sarah Newkirk, Cassie during any given semester, JEWELL — Jennifer filling the mandate of the Onnen, Ashlee Parcel, Sheri earn a grade point average Hoangvan. United Nations EducaSalvatore, *Kyle Smith, Eliz- of 3.50 or better on a miniLATIMER — Mayra tion, Science and Cultural mum of 12 semester credits. abeth Thilges, Kory Organization (UNESCO). Cano. Wieland. MASON CITY — Kennedy is in India BRADFORD — Justin William Penn implementing a proposal Tiffany Dunbar. Brannick. MISSOURI for the fellowship, involvDean’s List BRITT — Cara Riekens, LEES SUMMIT — ing his work with rural BUFFALO CENTER — OSKALOOSA — technology. He is working Naomi Heuermann. Kristina Ruhnke. Samantha Rae McCauley, SOUTH C A R O L I N A with multiple not-forBURT — *Mitchell of Mason City, was named NORWAY — Virginia profit organizations in the Habeger, Christina Howell, to the Dean’s List for the development of appropri- Hedgepeth. 2010 fall semester at Nail Technology Grad - Amanda Schuller, Cheryl ate rural technologies and Sparks, Grace Weaver. William Penn University. uates communication materiCHARLES CITY — To be included on the IOWA als. Kennedy hopes to Alena Bock. Dean’s List, a student must share his experience with CRYSTAL LAKE — Heidi CLEAR LAKE — Laura complete at least 12 hours Lusson. other college students Fyfe. of credit with a grade point JANESVILLE — Dina interested in these techDOUGHERTY — *Tim average of 3.5-3.89 on a nologies through the cre- Smith. O’Brien. 4.0 scale. Massage Therapy ation of a non-profit FLOYD — Joseph Janssen. G r a d u a t e s organization and a project FOREST CITY — Jamie IOWA Gustavus Adolphus website. Brockhohn, Jenny Price, CHARLES CITY — Recipients for the felDean’s List Kandice Waddington. Alyssa Cline, Jon Randall lowship are selected GARNER — Krista ST. PETER, Minn. — Dadison. based on the originality Sweers. Courtney Farland, of ForGARNER — Courtney and feasibility of a project GRAFTON — Alex Hackest City, Iowa, was named Frascht. proposal, the quality of bart. to the 2010 fall semester SHEFFIELD — Kim their essay, and their KANAWHA — *Ashley Dean’s List at Gustavus dedication to connecting Reicherts. Pogge. Adolphus College. Esthiology Graduates with other nations and LAKE MILLS — Tyler To be named to the list a I O W A cultures while promoting Hemingsen. student must earn a 3.7 WAVERLY — Lana democracy throughout LEDYARD — Lacey grade point average, or Bruhn. the world. Krumwiede, Michael Loge- higher, based on a 4.0 scale.
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Grand View University honors DES MOINES — Grand View University released its fall President’s List and Dean’s List. Students named to the President’s List earned a grade point average of 4.0 while carrying at least 12 hours of classes. Students named to the Dean’s List earned a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale, while carrying at least 12 hours of classes. President’s List ALGONA — Benjamin
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Riverland College President’s/Dean’s List AUSTIN, Minn. — Riverland Community College announces its 2010 fall President’s List and Dean’s List. To be eligible for the President’s List students must have completed 12 credits per semester with letter grades, and have earned a grade point average of 4.00 on a 4.00 scale. To be eligible for the Dean’s List students must have completed 12 credits per semester with letter grades, and have earned a grade point average of 3.25 to 3.99 on a 4.00 scale. North Iowa students recognized include: CHARLES CITY — Kirk Engelhardt, Dean’s List; Jeremiah Schwarz, President’s List. FOREST CITY — Timothy Meyer, Dean’s List. LAKE MILLS — Jennifer Henderson, Dean’s List. NORTHWOOD — Chelsea Feldt, Dean’s List; Steven Franck, Dean’s List. ST. ANSGAR — James DeBoef, President’s List; Theresa Gaines, President’s List; Tyler Levan, Dean’s List; Meghan Rennells, Dean’s List. STACYVILLE — Hannah Hemann, Dean’s List. THOMPSON — Colleen Menagh, Dean’s List.
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Emma Rose and Anna Kay Leerar were born Jan. 17, 2010, at Mercy Medical Center, Des Moines. Their parents are Lisa Ridder and Joseph Leerar of Britt. Grandparents are Sonja Ridder (friend Ray Schmidt) of Klemme, Ben Meyerhofer of Wesley, and Roger and Marilyn Leerar of Crystal Lake. Great-grandparents are Margot Ridder and the late Roger Ridder of Klemme and Evelyn Kirchner of Estherville. The girls were born on their big brother Evan’s third birthday. All her life she wanted babies it’s true, And when she thought she’d never have any God gave her two! They couldn’t wait to be born these two precious girls, so on Jan. 17th, 2010 they came into our world. Emma Rose weighed 2 pounds 5 ounces and Anna Kay weighed 3 pounds, 2 ounces, and gave us quite a scare! But now 11 months later both are healthy and no worse for wear. And my baby, their Mama, has made me so proud, the way she takes care of our babies has got me so wowed! So thank-you Dear God and Lisa Ann too, because G-MA loves her babies and you!
Thelma Schweizer, 104, is the matriarch of five generations of this family. Back row, left to right, Erika Kovar, great-granddaughter; Robert Peterson, son; Reed Peterson, grandson. Front row, left to right, Thelma Schweizer, Elijah Kovar, great-grandson, holding Barrett Kovar, great-great-grandson.
Levenhagen, 60 years MASON CITY — Loren Levenhagen and Mary Worley of Mason City were married Jan. 14, 1951, at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Rockwell, Iowa. The couple will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a card shower. Cards may be sent to
1111 North Iowa, Mason City, IA 50401. The couple’s children and their spouses are Kathy Levenhagen, Diana and George Rheingans, Randy and Deb Levenhagen, Rick and Marilyn Levenhagen, all of the Mason City area. They have five grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Harold J. Gallagher, 90 HAMPTON — A card shower is planned for Harold J. Gallagher, of Hampton, who will observe his 90th birthday, Jan. 23. Cards may be sent to Harold at the following address: P.O. Box 362, Hampton, IA 50441.