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Engaged Maeve Ryan
Timothy Tegland will be married at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012, at Best Western in Clear Lake, Iowa.
will be married at 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 21, 2012, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Mason City, Iowa.
Engaged Joslyn Wood and
Chadd Michael Blanchard,
a member of Mason City Boy Scout Troop 401, Winnebago Council 173, earned the rank of Eagle Scout Dec. 13, 2011.
will be married at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012, at Zion Lutheran Church in Clear Lake, Iowa.
A ceremony in honor of Blanchard’s achievement was held Sunday, April 15, 2012. Many friends and family attended to congratulate him on his accomplishment.
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Roberts, 25 years CLEAR LAKE — Ronald Roberts and Beverly Westcott Roberts of Clear Lake, Iowa, were married May 26, 1987, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Manly, Iowa. They have four children, Kari Gothro of Portland, Ore.; Scott and Jane Roberts of Lake Mills, Iowa; Warren and Julie Westcott of Cologne, Minn., and Mark and Wendy Anderson of Lakeville, Minn. They have eight grandchildren.
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MASON CITY — Dennis Keith McMillan and Melody Ann Skalla McMillan of Mason City, Iowa, were married May 20, 1972, at Edgebrook Covenant Church in Chicago, Ill. The couple celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a renewal of wedding vows at First Covenant Church, Mason City, and a dinner and dance following with family and friends at Prime N Wine. Greetings may be sent to them at 1055 Brentwood Drive S.W., Mason City, IA 50401. The couple requests no gifts. The couple’s children and their spouses are Dennis Keith II (Caroline) McMillan and their children Emma and Lilly of Peoria, Ill.; Shannon (Craig) Pirmann and their children Jordan and Sera of Silvis, Ill.; Erin (Matt) Werner and their children Noah and Isaiah of Tallahassee, Fla.; and Heather McMillan of Anchorage, Alaska.
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
Catch of a Lifetime!
Kolbet Earns Doctor of Pharmacy Degree
Kracht — 50 years
THANK YOU Prayer to the Blessed Virgin
(Never Known to Fail) Oh, Most Beautiful CLEAR LAKE — Neal Michael Pals and Julie Marie Flower of Mt. Carmel, (Ellingson) Pals of Clear Lake, Iowa, were married May Fruitful Vine, Splendor of 16, 1987, at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in Mason Heaven, Blessed Mother of City, Iowa. the Son of God, ImmacuThe couple celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary late Virgin, assist me in my with a family dinner on Wednesday, May 16, 2012. necessity. The couple’s children are Derek and Alyssa (both of Oh Star of the Son, help Clear Lake). me and show me herein you are my Mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the botThank You tom of my heart to succor Thanks to family, friends, neighbors, teachers, and me in my necessity (make former employers for remembering us over our 65 years request). of marriage. The many wonderful cards and gifts, phone There are none that can calls and emails were greatly appreciated. You are all withstand your power. special to us. Oh Mary, conceived — John and Cleone Weaverling without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee Thank You (three times). Thank you to my two helpers — Jessica K and Mark C. Holy Mary, I place this for all your help before Easter. A beautiful Easter Lily cause in your hands (three was sent to me too! I don’t know what I’d have done times). without the two of you to help me. Thanks again! Say this prayer for three — Dola Shannon consecutive days.
Pals, 25 years
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Thank You We would like to thank everyone who came to our anniversary party and for the cards and gifts. Special thanks to our children, Darla, Chris, Doug, Shirin, Andy and Tara for all the hard work they did to make it a success. Love, Ron and Joan
OSAGE — Karen KolMethodist Medical Cenbet, daughter of Kevin ter, in Des Moines. and Janean Kolbet, of Osage, received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at commencement exercises at Drake University, Sunday, May 13. At the Pharmacy Hooding ceremony held on Saturday, May 12, Kolbet was awarded the • Repair Service Exemplary Research Practice in Healthcare • Water Heaters Communications and Information Award, • Remodels sponsored by the Natural • New Construction Standard Research Collaboration. Karen was “Committed to Honest, also recognized as a Reliable Service” member of Phi Lambda Sigma, an Honorary Pharmacy Leadership Society, for her involvePlumbing & ment in many pharmacy Heating Co, Inc. organizations at Drake. Karen will be practicing as a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Resident at Iowa 319 - 1st Street N. E., Mason City, Iowa MS-82640
Come help us celebrate Melvin and Joanne Symes’ 50th anniversary. An open house will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 2, 2012, in the Fellowship Hall at First United Methodist Church, 119 S. Georgia Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Anniversary wishes may be sent to them at 32 S. Kentucky Ave., Mason City, IA 50401. The open house will be hosted by their six Godchildren and many nieces and nephews. The couple requests no gifts please.
HAMPTON — Marvin and Carole (Dohrmann) Kracht of Hampton, Iowa, were married June 10, 1962, at Immanuel United Church of Christ, Latimer, Iowa. The couple will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 26, 2012, at the Hampton Country Club in Hampton, Iowa. Your presence is your gift to them. Marv and Carole are parents and grandparents to son, Jeff Kracht, and his wife, Rochelle, of Clear Lake; granddaughter, Heather Kracht, and her fiancé, Anthony Pompo, and his children, Brody and Charlotte, of North Liberty; grandson, Logan Kracht, of Clear Lake; and great-granddaughter, Ashlyn, of North Liberty. Greetings may be sent to them at 122 Wilshire Circle, Hampton, IA 50441.
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS State Large Group Festival results ALGONA — Ensembles from the Algona High School Music Department attended the State Large Group Festival May 4, in Humboldt. The Concert Choir and Concert Band were awarded a Division I rating, and the Mixed Chorus was awarded a Division III rating. Teams of three adjudicators provided by the Iowa High School Music Association evaluated the three AHS ensembles’ performances. They rated the ensembles on the following criteria: tone quality, intonation, rhythm, balance and blend, technique, interpretation and musicianship, diction/articulation and appropriate literature. The independent evaluation aspect of the State Large Group Music Festival is the major element that Iowa high school bands and choirs use to determine the quality of their music ensembles’ performance level. The students representing the Algona High School Music Department May 4, at Humboldt were: Algona High School Concert Choir (Jamie Kelley, director). Soprano I: Jordan Allen, Miranda Altman, Amanda Bernhard, Mariah Clement, Krystyna Diggins, Ashley Higgins, Lindsey Humble, Tayler Rahe, Selena Ramirez, Joanna Wilson; Soprano II: Alexis Beenken, Michaela Christian, Giulia Dawtjan, Emily Drusch, Leah Hamilton, Bethany Laddusaw, Rhiannon Larson, Katlyn Loeschen, Meredith Politte, Teresa Regehr, Tina Robbins, Bailee Schultz; Alto I: Alli Bryant, Macie Foster, Nicole Kenne, Chyan Metzger, Ashley
Miller, Brianna Miller, Breanna Johnson, Emily Prilipp, Tawny Schultz, Alissa Zwiefel; Alto II: Emily Banwart, Liz Burtis, Rachel Hamilton, Amanda Hibner, Tasha Hodson, Madison Jennings, Tashia Lemus, Josilyn McMahon, Madison Meyer, MaKayla Metzger, Beth Smith, Madison Waldo, Bethany Wegener; Tenor I: Sam Adams, Scott Haas, Max Huff, Josh Roberts, Kyle Wakefield; Tenor II: Hunter Buscherfeld, Dan Haack, Jeremiah Johnson, Jacob Lampman, Ben Larson, Cameron Lahndorf; Baritone: Gabe Combs, Ben Hutchison, Brandan Pearson, Austin Warmbier, Benjamin Wilson; Bass: Alex Harms, Braden Menke, Derek Person, Zack Ross, Nathan Skallerup, Dillon Wilson. Algona High School Concert Band (Kurt Kissinger, director) Flute: Alexis Beenken (piccolo), Krystyna Diggins (piccolo), Olivia Erpelding, Rebecca Illg, Ciera Klein, Tiffany Long, Rileigh McElroy, Briana Meyerink, Tangy Wiseman; Oboe: Breanna Johnson; Bassoon: Madalyn Roach; Clarinet: Michaela Christian, Haley Dittrich, Emily Prilipp, Emma Schmidt, Rebekka Voss, Rebecca Wilson, Anna Zeller; Bass Clarinet: Aaron Bixby; Contra Alto Clarinet: Jackie Brunow; Alto Saxophone: Hannah Haverkamp, Peter Jorgenson, Elizabeth Smith, Austin Warmbier; Tenor Saxophone: Daniel Illg, Jack Ralls, Joanna Wilson; Baritone Saxophone: Katlyn Loeschen, Jonathan Wichtendahl; Horn: Sean Christensen, Scott Haas; Trumpet: Alec Aultman, Kevin Blaha-Polson, Tyler Dahlhauser, Daniel Haack, Dayne Meyerink, Nathan Stumme; Trombone:
Michael Etler, Curtis Hardman, Maxwell Herbst-Ulmer, Braden Menke; Euphonium: Kylea Mosley, Alissa Zwiefel; Tuba: Samuel Adams, Jacob Lampman, Matthew Stein; Percussion: Emily Banwart, Blake Bradley, Emily Connick, Bryant Eakins, Megan Eden, Hallie Gullett, Peter Hollinger, Joel Lanus (piano), Trevor Loeschen, Jade Simpson, Jeni Zeller (synthesizer). Algona High School Mixed Chorus (Jamie Kelley, director) Soprano: Olivia Erpelding, Windy Grant, Cheyanne Hardt, Jessica Lampman, Rileigh McElroy, Angel Miller, MaKenzie Pesicka, Emma Schmidt, Bekka Voss; Alto: Amanda Anderson, Bethany Becker, Emily Connick, Nina Elliott, Amy Kaiser, Angela Kluesner, Mckayla Marshall, Rachel Meyer, Maddie Roach, Kristen Schutte; Tenor: Jacob Hutchison, James Janssen, Peter Jorgenson, Dayne Meyerink, Jason Schutter; Bass: Nathan Benson, Austin Burton, Brandan Calby, Mike Etler, Bo Hjelle, Nathan Stumme.
Eagle Scout Award
ROCKWELL – Chadd Michael Blanchard, a member of Mason City Boy Scout Troop 401, Winnebago Council 173, earned the rank of Eagle Scout Dec. 13, 2011. This is the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouts of America. A ceremony in honor of Blanchard’s achievement was held Sunday, April 15, 2012. Many friends and family attended to congratulate him on his accomplishment. Blanchard began Cub Scouting with Pack 24 of Sheffield, in 2005, and earned his Arrow of Light in 2009, Cub Scouts highest earnable rank. In 2011 he transferred to Boy Scout Troop 1401, where he earned his Eagle Rank. He is currently serving as a junior assistant scoutmaster for his troop. On his way to becoming an Eagle Scout, Blanchard earned the rank of first class, within his first year. His life project was the total reorganization and building of two wooden handled carriers to house all the troop’s merit badge books. He is a Brotherhood member of the Sac-N-Fox State Large Group Lodge 108, and Order of the Arrow, scouting’s Music Competition ALGONA — The Bishop National Honor Society. Over the past seven Garrigan Concert Band years Blanchard has and A Cappella Choir parenjoyed many activities, ticipted in the State Large Group Music Competition, adventures and campouts. He earned a total of 48 May 5. merit badges and is workBoth ensembles were awarded a Division I rating ing on his Eagle Palms. by a panel of three judges. Blanchard completed 76 nights of camping, earning The concert band was him the National Badge for praised for its strength of Camping, with on Gold tone quality and overall Device, also earned. He sound. The A Cappella has also earned and Choir was praised for its received his Red Flannel tone color, balance and Camper Badge, God and musicianship. Family Award, and Zero The band is under the direction of Ken Ferjak and Hero Camping Badge, for cold weather camping. the choir is under the While getting his Zero direction of Linda Ferjak.
Hero, temperatures reached minus 28 degrees while sleeping outdoors for 24 hours. Blanchard has completed three years of Snowy Owl and three years of Klondike Derby, serving as staff on both in 2012. In 2010, Blanchard attended the National Scout Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill, Va. In 2011, Blanchard attended the Northern Tier cold weather camping called Okpik, and later that year attended a youth leader training conference in the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming, called Eagle Claw, where he earned his Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics Trainer Badge. In 2012, Blanchard will be attending the National Sea Base in the Florida Keys, and will return to the Big Horns for another Eagle Claw. In 2013, he will be attending the National Scout Jamboree at the first ever Bechtel Summit in West Virginia. Blanchard’s Eagle project was completed in
October, 2011. His project involved completely rebuilding the playground at his church, the United Methodist Church in Rockwell. He also added new landscape timber and new woodchips, and two new sitting benches — one for small children and one for adults. Blanchard is 14-yearsold and will complete his 8th-grade year this May. He is the son of Brent and Theresa Blanchard, of Rockwell, and grandson of Jim and Kathy Blanchard of Rockport, Texas; Bruce and Jerriann Ries of Rockwell, and Noma Chadd, of Callaway, Neb. The title of “Eagle Scout” is held for life, thus giving rise to the phrase, “Once an Eagle, always an Eagle.” But not without a special thanks to my parents, Ed DePaepe, and Chuck Hogg. None of this would be possible without all of their help. “Thank You.” May the journey continue and be long.
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MAEVE RYAN, of Minneapolis, Minn., is the daughter of Pat and Kathy Ryan of Alexandria, Minn. Maeve graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a Erdman, Tegland Masters of Accounting in 2009, and is employed by TRISHA ERDMAN, of Waterloo, Iowa, is the daughter Grant Thornton LLP in Minneapolis, Minn. NICHOLAS GALES, of Minneapolis, Minn., is the son of LuAnn Erdman and the late Phil Erdman of Belmond, of Stephen and Elizabeth Gales of Mason City, Iowa. Iowa. Trisha graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 2008, and is employed by Janesville Consolidat- Nicholas graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a Masters of Accounting in 2009, and is employed ed School District in Janesville, Iowa. TIMOTHY TEGLAND, of Klemme, Iowa, is the son of by KPMG, LLP in Minneapolis, Minn. The couple will be married at 2 p.m. on Saturday, July Sharon and Keith Barkema of Klemme, Iowa. Timothy is 21, 2012, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Mason City, employed by Keith Barkema Trucking in Klemme, Iowa. Iowa. The couple will be married at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012, at Best Western in Clear Lake, Iowa.
White, Halverson SHELBY WHITE, of Mason City, Iowa, is the daughter of John and Mary White of Mason City, Iowa. Shelby graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 2010, and is employed by Mason City School District in Mason City, Iowa. CRAIG HALVERSON, of Caledonia, Minn., is the son of Stan and Deb Halverson of Caledonia, Minn. Craig graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in 2010,
JOSLYN WOOD, of St. Paul, Minn., is the daughter of Daniel and Wendy Wood of Garner, Iowa. Joslyn graduated from Iowa State University in 2009, and is employed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources in St. Paul, Minn. WADE KENT, of St. Paul, Minn., is the son of Bruce and Laure Kent of Algona, Iowa. Wade graduated from Iowa State University in 2010 and the University of Minnesota in 2013. He is employed by the University of Minnesota in St. Paul, Minn. The couple will be married at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012, at Zion Lutheran Church in Clear Lake, Iowa.
Prayer to the Blessed Virgin
and is employed by CocaCola in Mason City, Iowa. The couple will be married at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 16, 2012, at Wesley Methodist Church in Mason City, Iowa.
(Never Known to Fail) Oh, Most Beautiful Flower of Mt. Carmel, Fruitful Vine, Splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh Star of the Son, help me and show me herein you are my Mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven
and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succor me in my necessity (make request). There are none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (three times). Holy Mary, I place this cause in your hands (three times). Say this prayer for three consecutive days.
You must publish it and it will be granted to you.
Thank You John Dick Gaffney Family would like to thank everyone for their thoughtfulness during the passing of our father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend. He will be sadly missed.
Thank You The family of Vergil Eness would like to thank
our many friends for their prayers, phone calls, visits, lovely cards and later food, flowers, and memorials during the five weeks Vergil was hospitalized. A special thank you to the staff and volunteers at Mercy Medical and MuseNorris Hospice. We were thankful to have so many who cared. — Joan Eness Bernice Eness Arlyn and Carolyn Eness
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Inman, 50 years
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Pictured with Sandra are Amanda Ragan and Sharon Steckman
MASON CITY — Brian and Sarah Novacek, of Mason City, are the parents of a son, Grant Edward Novacek, born at 1:57 p.m. Jan. 21, 2012, at Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa, Mason City. He weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces, and was 21 inches long. Grant Edward Novacek is welcomed by grandparents Al and Mary Novacek, of Riceville, and Ed and Lorena Gaffney, of Swaledale. Great-grandparents are Marcile Murphy of Rockwell, Adolph and Joan Novacek, of Schuyler, Neb.; Bob and Jo Larsen of Des Moines, and the late Vincent Murphy, John Dick Gaffney and Lucille Gaffney.
MASON CITY — Bob and Darlene (Fisher) Inman of Mason City, Iowa, were married May 26, 1963, at the Methodist Church in Sioux Falls, S.D. The couple will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 27, 2012, at 1081 Park Lane in Mason City, Iowa. The couple’s children and their spouses are Dan and Sheryl Kaler, City, Iowa. They have four Edmond, Okla., and Steve grandchildren and two and Linda Inman, Mason great-grandchildren.
Marilynne Kroeze, 80 Keith Walsh, 80
Pictured with Sandra is her excellent teacher Roberta Van De Walker Sandra K. Dixon was named the Self Advocate of the Year by the Arc of North Central Iowa in 2010. Her nomination was sent to the State Arc, where she was chosen to receive the Arc Iowa Self Advocate Award in 2011. Sandy wishes to thank the many individuals who worked with her to make the award possible. She especially wants to thank the Staff at NIVC Services and the Mason City Schools for believing she had the potential to earn these awards.
Diane Walrod Retirement Celebration HANLONTOWN — Diane Walrod, of Hanlontown, will be honored at a retirement open house at 5 p.m. Sunday, May 27, at 24753 Grouse Ave in Hanlontown, IA. Diane has worked as a preschool special education teacher in the Mason City Schools, for 21 years. Bring your family and come out to the Timber, to see where Diane will be spending her retirement. Join us for a fun evening of food, drinks, hiking and bonfire.
ALGONA — Marilynne Kroeze, of Algona, will celebrate her 80th birthday at an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 27, at 206 S. Finn Drive, Algona. She requests no gifts please. She was born May 28, 1932.
MASON CITY — Keith Walsh, of Mason City, will celebrate his 80th birthday with a family dinner. He was born May 25, 1932. Birthday wishes may be sent to him at: 275 N. Taft Ave., #315, Mason City, IA 50401.
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Belmond-Klemme High School We are proud of the young man you have become. Congratulations and g good luck next year at Iowa State! Love, Mom, Dad & Erik
Forest City High School Congratulations! You did so well at Forest City High School. We are so proud of you. G Good luck at ISU. Love, Grandpa and G Grandma Bryan
Mason City High School Congratulations. We are all so proud of you. Good luck at NIACC.
Love, your family
Waverly - Shell Rock High School Congratulations! We are so proud of you! Good luck with your bright future! Love, Mom, Kaleb, Karissa & Grandma
Austin M. Schmidt
Central Springs High School Congratulations Austin! We are so proud of you! Love, Mom, Dad & family
Mason City High School Marissa were so proud of you. Grandma Carmen, Grandpa and Grandma George and Sandy Stepleton
Mason City High School “Congratulations” on your graduation. We are so very proud of you. Good luck in your plans for the future. Love, Your Family
Ventura High School Congratulations! With Love from, Dad Alan Young and Mom Linda Young. Grandparents: Richard & Sharon R Bosma; Russ & Carol Burress
Matraeca Nichole Weydert Mason City
We’ve very proud of the beautiful young woman you’ve become. May all the best wishes for your future come true. With Love, Aunt Sue, Uncle Shawn & Jamison
Deadline to Congratulate your Graduate in the Sunday, May 27 Celebrations is Monday, May 21
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS FOREST CITY — Six schools participated in the first Waldorf College/Forest City High School Art Show held May 1-4, at Waldorf College. Participating schools were: Belmond-Klemme High School with art instructor Jodi Barrus, Clear Lake High School with art instructor Tyler Purdy, Forest City High School with art instructor Katrina Martin, Lake Mills High School with art instructor Caryl Dahn, Newman Catholic High School with art instructors Susan Ruen and Patricia Ohl, and North Iowa High School with art instructor Steve Bergeson. On May 4, students from the six schools participated in a presentation from Mason City artist and competition judge, Paul Micich. All students present were able to view the artwork and vote for their peer’s work that was deserving of the Student Choice Award. Students attended an awards presentation and were able to receive feedback from the judge on their artwork. There were 19 categories for the artwork competition with one 3-D Best of Show, one 2-D Best of Show and a student Choice Award. The 3-D Best of Show went to Josefine Angel from Forest City, the 2-D Best of Show went to Haley Lambert from Newman Catholic, and the Student Choice Award went to Jessica Balek from Newman Catholic. The following students were awarded medals: Acrylic Painting/Casein Painting/Oil Painting 1. Esther Alvarado — Belmond-Klemme. 2. Macy Heetland — North Iowa, Jeni Stevenson — North Iowa. 3. Dylan Vortmann — North Iowa, Sarah
North Iowa, Steph Danhour — Clear Lake. 3. Chelsey Roth — North Iowa, Chance Mayland — North Iowa, Madeline Aberg — Forest City. Ceramics-Non-utilitarian 1. Josefine Angel — Forest City. 2. Regatta Olinger — Clear Lake. 3. Catherine Adams — Lake Mills, Nikki Poley — Clear Lake. Mixed Media 3-D Entries 1. Leah Determan — Newman 2. Haley Williams — North Iowa 3. Briana Marson — Forest City, Briana Schlingmann — Forest City. Computer Graphics 1. Karter Uhlenhopp — Belmond-Klemme
2. Shellynn Quang — Clear Lake 3. Chase Stohr — Forest City Photography - Black and White, Color and Experimental 1. Carli Price — North Iowa 2. Macy Heetland — North Iowa 3. Emily Bergan — Clear Lake, Megan Fishels — Newman. Commercial Art 1. Carli Christianson — Lake Mills. Digital Imaging 1. Kaitlynn Sorensen — Forest City. 2. Ariana Colby — Lake Mills, Claire Smith — Belmond-Klemme. 3. Colten Williamson — Belmond-Klemme.
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THANK YOU Thank You The Family of Ray Ehlebracht Jr. would like to thank family and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in thoughts, prayers, visits, food, cards and memorials. A special thanks to Dr. Haganman and the staff of Osage Clinic; Dr. Congello and the Heart Center; 6 West nurses and staff; Dr. Alscher and Charles City Dialysis Center; Rochester Outpatient Dialysis staff and doctors; plus many others too numerous to mention for the care given to Ray over the years. Pastor Wendy and Pastor Jerry, along with the Spiritual Care staff at Mercy, for the many visits and comforting words given to Ray and his family. And lastly, Sheckler’s Colonial Chapel and the Rudd United Methodist Church Circle for serving the lunch. We deeply appreciate everyone’s thoughtful-
ness at our time of loss. — Nancy Ehlebracht Tina Hudspeth (Ron Bauer) and family Travis and Jennifer Ehlebracht and family Tonya Ehlebracht
Thank You I would like to say “Thank You” to my family and friends for all the cards and gifts I received for my 80th birthday. — Charles Callahan
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Kirschbaum — North Iowa, Leah Determan — Newman. Watercolor Painting 1. Jessica Balek — Newman. 2. Nicole Wilwert — Newman. 3. Heidi Brandt — Lake Mills. Pencil Drawing 1. Kaitlin Korleski — Belmond-Klemme. 2. Claire Smith — Belmond-Klemme. 3. Sierra Holstad — Lake Mills. Colored Pencil Drawing/Mixed Media Drawing 1. Paul Niemi — Clear Lake, Alexa Johnson — Newman. 2. Adrian Alvarez — Belmond-Klemme. 3. Connor Thompson — Forest City. Pastel/Charcoal/Crayon/Oil Pastel Drawing 1. Haley Lambert — Newman. 2. Kaitlin Korleski — Belmond-Klemme. 3. Molly Chamberlin — Newman, Kia McFarland — Forest City. Ink Drawing 1. Jenna Smith — Newman, Anna Rogers — LakeMills, Ryan Almelien — North Iowa, Jessica Fuller — Clear Lake, Claire Smith — Belmond-Klemme Mixed Media 2-D Entries 1. Allisa VanHorn — Clear Lake. 2. Kelsey Griffin — North Iowa. 3. Esther Alvarado — Belmond-Klemme. Fibers/Book Arts 1. Shanda Borchardt Newman. Sculpture 2. Cole Schwartz — Forest City. 3. Deja Davis — North Iowa, Bailey Adams — Forest City, Brock Brandt Clear Lake. Ceramics-Utilitarian 1. Angel Heller — Clear Lake, Dan Smith — Lake Mills. 2. Krista Hovland —
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Garner-Hayfield Senior Awards GARNER — GarnerHayfield High School held its Senior Awards program Thursday, May 3. The following awards and scholarships were presented at the program: American Legion Award — Jenna Maben, Michael Jolivette. Bar Association Award — Ellen Bertilson. Hancock County Soil and Water Conservation Scholarship — Taylor Kluver and Nathan Opp. MaxYield Cooperative Ag Scholarship — Taylor Kluver. Beta Sigma Phi-Delta Upsilon Scholarship — Taylor Kluver. Hancock County Farm Bureau Scholarship — Chase Jass. Stanley E. Stout Memorial Supreme Heifer Scholarship — Chase Jass. Don Larkin, Jr. Memor ial Scholarship — Ellen Bertilson. PEO STAR Scholarship — Ellen Bertilson. Bill’s Family Foods Scholarship — Brooke Hauptmann. Bernie Saggau Award — Jace Engstler. Wendy’s High School Heisman Awards — Joseph Ermer, Alicia Savoy. E. Wayne Cooley Scholarship — Elizabeth Tusha. U.S. Army Reserves National Scholar/Athlete Awards — Andrew Haag, Karah Huinker. U.S. Marine Corp. Awards — Scholastic Excellence Award: Morgan Ricke; Distinguished Athlete Awards: Jasmine Doble, Joseph Ermer; Semper Fidelis: Ellen Bertilson. U.S. Air Force Mathe matics and Science Award — Megan Waddingham.
National Honor Society Scholarships — Morgan Ricke, Kelli Weaver. Reliance State Bank Scholarship — Nathan Opp. Garner Progressive Club Scholarship — Kristin Stromer. Vanetta Molencamp Memorial Scholarship — Sarah Legge. Clear Lake Bank and Trust Company Scholar ships — Joseph Ermer, Sarah Legge. Bernie J. Urich Memor ial Music Scholarships — Krista Bitker, Kassidy Hanson, Megan Waddingham. Garner Rotary Club Scholarship — Walker Tollefson. Northwest Iowa Com munity College/Corn Belt Power Cooperative Scholarship — Walker Tollefson. NIACC Foundation Scholarship — Melody Baxter. NIACC The Oliver Scholarship — Krista Bitker. NIACC/John Pappa john Entrepreneurial Center-Youth Entrepre neurial Academy Scholar ship and NIACC Michael C. Morrison Scholarship — Vanessa Hartman. NIACC 85th Anniver sary Scholarship — Jessica Hejlik. NIACC Del and Mary Laudner Agriculture Scholarship — Taylor Kluver. NIACC Delphine Suter Memorial Scholarship — Kaitlyn Kraus. NIACC Allen D. and Ann Y. Patton Scholar ship — Kayla Krogrman. NIACC Helen Perkins Thompson Scholarship — Taylor Nelson. NIACC Residence Hall Scholarship — Kristin Stromer. NIACC Residence Hall Scholarship and NIACC
President’s Scholarship — Kelli Weaver. NIACC Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa Scholarship —Amanda Winters. Bethel University Pres ident’s Academic Schol arship and Music Schol arship — Michael Jolivette. Morningside College Alumni Award, Art Talent Scholarship, Music Par ticipation Award, Music Talent Scholarship, and President’s Scholarship — Kassidy Hanson. Grand View College Art Endowment Scholarship, Dean’s Scholarship, and Pro Musica Choral Schol arship — Rachel Ricke. Wartburg College Pres idential Scholarship, Meistersinger Scholar ship, and Cedar Valley Science Symposium Scholarship — Megan Waddingham. Waldorf College Promise Award — Aaron Babcock. Waldorf College Acad emic Scholarship and Cheerleading Scholarship — Tristin Glidden. Waldorf College Acad emic Scholarship and Golf Scholarship — Rick Young. Buena Vista University Founder’s Award — Jace Engstler, Alicia Savoy. Buena Vista University President’s Scholarship — Jace Engstler and Alicia Savoy. PCI Academy Scholar ship — Brittany Hall. Clarke University Achievement Award, VIEW Scholarship, and Diocesan Award — Brittany Schleusner. University of Minneso ta-Mankato Academic Award — Stuart Blank. Dordt College Presi dential Scholarship and Region Three Alumni Association Scholarship — Nathan Opp.
Luther College Founders Scholarship — Jordan Blank. owa State University Io Academic Recognition Award — Karah Huinker, Morgan Ricke, Elizabeth Tusha. Iowa State University Agricultural Business Scholarship — Morgan Ricke. UNI Business Dean’s Scholarship — Laura Formanek. UNI Distinguished Scholars Award for Iowans — Jasmine Doble, Laura Formanek. UNI Wallace and Ida Mae Nyweide Endowed Scholarship — Jasmine Doble. Cerro Gordo County Independent Insurance Agents Association Scholarship — Joseph Ermer. Student Council Lead ership Award — Elizabeth Tusha. Principal’s Leadership Award — Elizabeth Tusha. State of Iowa Gover nor’s Scholar Recognition — Laura Formanek. Des Moines Register Academic All-State — Ellen Bertilson. North Iowa Conference All-Conference Academic Excellence Awards — Ellen Bertilson, Jordan Blank, Laura Formanek, Kassidy Hanson, Sarah Legge. Merit Achievement Award — Stuart Blank. DENRON Scholarship — Kristin Stromer. Frances Wrede Goll Gray Scholarships — Aaron Babcock, Jordan Blank, Jasmine Doble, Jace Engstler, Laura Formanek, Kassidy Hanson, Vanessa Hartman, Brooke Hauptmann, Jessica Hejlik, Karah Huinker, Kayla Krogman, Sarah Legge, Jenna Maben, Taylor Nelson, Nathan Opp, Morgan Ricke, Alicia Savoy, Drake
Stadtlander, Elizabeth Tusha, Megan Waddingham, Amanda Winters, Rick Young. GAP/Teen Council Senior Awards — Ellen Bertilson, Joseph Ermer, Laura Formanek, Karah Huinker, Michael Jolivette, Morgan Ricke, Alicia Savoy, Elizabeth Tusha, Megan Waddingham. North Iowa Conference All-Conference Academic Awards — Melody Baxter, Ellen Bertilson, Krista Bitker, Jordan Blank, Stuart Blank, Jasmine Doble, Jace Engstler, Joseph Ermer, Tristin Glidden, Andrew Haag, Jessica Hejlik, Karah Huinker, Michael Jolivette, Sarah Legge, Jori Meints, Morgan Ricke, Alicia Savoy, Brittany Schleusner, Drake Stadtlander, Kristin Stromer, Elizabeth Tusha, Megan Waddingham, Rick Young. Garner-Hayfield Sports Boosters 4-sport/4-year Club Recognition — Joseph Ermer, Karah Huinker, Elizabeth Tusha. President’s Education Awards — Melody Baxter, Ellen Bertilson, Krista Bitker, Jordan Blank, Stuart Blank, Jasmine Doble, Jace Engstler, Laura Formanek, Christina Furman, Autumn Glidden, Ty Glidden, Kassidy Hanson, Jessica Hejlik, Karah Huinker, Kayla Krogman, Sarah Legge, Nathan Opp, Morgan Ricke, Rachel Ricke, Alicia Savoy, Brittany Schleusner, Drake Stadtlander, Kristin Stromer, Walker Tollefson, Elizabeth Tusha, Megan Waddingham, Kelli Weaver, Rick Young.
Youth for Understanding winner CLEAR LAKE — Alexa Calaguas, of Clear Lake, and a student at Clear Lake High School, has
been accepted by Youth for Understanding USA, as an international high school exchange student. She was selected as a winner of the Finland U.S. Senate Youth Exchange scholarship to travel to Finland this summer. While in Finland, she will live with a host family. Youth for Understanding USA works with international partners in more than 60 countries and offers summer, semester, and year-long educational programs to destinations in Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, and Latin America.
Bishop Garrigan graduation honors ALGONA — Bishop Garrigan High School held graduation ceremonies May 13, with 40 graduates receiving diplomas. Andrea Altman and Abbey Reding were valedictorians. Jennifer Broesder was the salutatorian. Students receiving summa cum laude (3.754.00) honors were: Andrea Altman, Rachel Berte, Jennifer Broesder, Philip Detrick, Elizabeth Hohmeister, Addison Miller, Anna Morse, Abbey Reding, Austin Salz, Kimberly Schiltz, and Billy Schiltz. Students receiving magna cum laude (3.503.74) honors were: Alex Boisjolie, Bethany Capesius, Samantha Cruise, Mercedes Forburger, Daniel Gelhaus, Craig Kohlhaas, Sara Poeppe, Grant Reding, and Brandon Schiltz. Students receiving cum laude (3.25-3.49) honors were: Sheridan Berte, Luke Eischen, Carly Loss, Eli Marlow, and Austin Vaske.
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Cajic, Kimberly Carpenter, Christina Christensen, Adison Cobb, Zabrian Coleman, Wyatt Cooper, Anna Corsello, Bria Crooks, Ethan Curry, Savannah Dahlstrom, Rachel Danielson, Khalil Daoud, Danielle DeRoy, Brett Despenas, Skyler Dickinson, Yunhao Dong, Lauren Dunlay, Morgan Dvorak, Angela Eppens, Ben Faktor, Hayley Galindo, Alesha Gildersleeve, Catherine Gobeli, Steven Goepel, Sawyer Goetz, Alex Goranson, Brooke Greenwood, Jayden Harris, Sabrina Havig, Victoria Hazelett, Kassidy Henry, Timothy Hoffmann, Zachary Holland-Dunn, Briar Jensen, Jordan Johanns, Kalliope Kantaris, Haley Kavaya, Jennifer King, Sydney Kleven, Ashley Klouse, John Kraft, Tiffany Krahenbuhl, Madelne Kruse, Karly Krutsinger, Tayler Lacy, Samuel Lala, Ashley Lapointe, Matthew Lensing, Branden Lewerke, Fady Makar, Erika Manuel, Molly McCann, Dylan McLaughlin, Hannah McLaughlin, Emily Meierotto, Cooper Merrill, Makenzie Meyer, Austin Miller, Chloe Miller, Hunter Miller, Sydney Miller, Colton Mitchell, Markeese Mosher, Haley Muyskens, Tyler Nestvedt, Madeline Nobis, Megan Notermann, Dallas Osegera, Samantha Papouchis, Nicole Patrick, Brandon Pearce, Olivia Pederson, Kenzie Penca, Cayla Pettit, Cierra Pfeffer, Halle Phillips, Brock Piper, Marco Recinos, Amanda Reding, Caitlin Rico, Meeghan Rodamaker, McClaren Rodriguez, Jordan Rowe, Kacy Sampson, Alex Sanchez, Samantha Schmidtke, Samantha Schupanitz, Ellie Seaton, Nebraska Senne, Auston Shrader, Samantha Sim-
A Tribute to the ones who have touched our lives and hearts and are gone.
mers, Quinn Slaven, Brett Smith, Lauren Smith, Mackenzy Smith, Matthew Stephens, Kelsey Stine, Josephina Stitts, Avery Stricker, Derek Tate, Tryiston TeKippe, Noa Thompson, Trevor Trousdale, Jordan Trout, Brianna VanDusseldorp, Katie Voortmann, Skylar Watt, Blake Weitzel, Alyssa Wendel, Kiley Wharton, Abigail Wiese, Jareese Williams, Cynthia Wolters, Marci Wolters, MaRyah Woolery.
Briar Cliff Dean’s List
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SIOUX CITY — Briar Cliff University announced 286 students were named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester and January term, of the 2011-2012 academic year. Full-time students who have a term grade point average of 3.5 or greater and part-time students who complete six or more credits in a semester with a grade point average of at least 3.5 are eligible for the Dean’s List. An asterisk (*) indicates a 4.0 grade point average. North Iowa students named to the Dean’s List include: ALGONA — Karina Haas, *Melanie Myers. KANAWHA — Tiffany Kitley. MASON CITY — Jacklyn Castaneda, Joshua Winters. WESLEY — Jacob Rosenmeyer.
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Marshalltown College graduate MARSHALLTOWN — Nicole D. Schmidt, of Kanawha, is among the 2012 spring graduates at Marshalltown Community College. Schmidt graduated with honors (3.5 grade point average or higher), and received a diploma in practical nursing.
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Koerber, Mikaila Kohler, John Adams Joseph Kovarna, Kyle Lang, honor roll Grant Lewerke, Natalie Lindsay, Bradley Lorence, MASON CITY — John Jenna Lovik, Daniel Lupear, Adams Middle School announces its third quarter Jesslyn Marken, Steven Mastro, Kelsey honor roll for the 2011-12 McCormick, Noah school year, recognizing the academic achievement McLaughlin, Madison of students who earn a 3.0 Merriam, Marcus Meyer, Kaylee Meyer, Rowan Meygrade point. Grade point ers, Melissa Michel, Rachel average is determined by grades earned in all acade- Miller, Carla Morales, Alexis Myers, Maddie Niemic classes and in the dermayer, Issac Norris, quarterly exploratory Sydney Oliver, Kaitlin classes. O’Neill, Michaela Orfield, 7th Grade Nathan Palmer, Ethan Pals, Jacob Adamski, Ashley Carson Parker, Kiley PedAlert, Skylar Alexander, erson, Makayla Percy, Avery Allen, Meredith Armstrong, Spencer Arndt, Georden Perry, Luke Peterson, Abigail Read, Kieanna Kylie Bacon, ShyAnne Rhone, Jacqueline Rier, Baker, Alyssa Barragan, Jacob Riesen, Monica Danielle Beavers, Diedre Roath, Carter Roberts, Beavers, Sean Beemer, Sydney Rottinghaus, Madison Benson, Stuart Thomas Rowe, Weston Boston, Casey Brandau, Schultz, Hailee Sgontz, Ben Macey Burtness, Nicole Siglin, Hudsen Simmer, Carpenter, Trevor Carr, McGwire Skogen, Briana Kevin Chen, Chloe Solano, QuDale Stamps, Cheney, Anabella ChrisAlissa Strain, Jacob Suhr, tianson, Taylor Conroy, Riley Theobald, Xander Nicholas Conti, Katrina Tierney, Bailey Tilkes, Cornick, Katlyn Cox, Brady Tilkes, Kayla Till, Danielle Dahle, Emma Kaitlyn Vaith, Joshua VanDannen, Lee Daughenbaugh, Randall Davenport, denBerg, Arjeta Veliu, Tyler Volkmer, Dylan Adrian Debrah, Megan Voves, Darci Wagner, Derek Dempsey, Mackenzie Walker, Spencer Walthall, Dettman, Hunter DingMatthew Ward, Anna man, Nicolas Duarte, Warner, Francesca Mikah Duclos, Julia Dunlavey, Courtney Eaton, Wasicek, Ryan Wendel, Sydney Eaton, Chloe Eden, Abigail White, Alexander Harley Espinosa, Seth Alan White, Trey Wiegmann, Haley Wiemann, Jacie Foster, Min Gao, Riley Ginapp, Anna Godfrey, Jai- Wise, Brittany Wurtzel, Brandon Yarahmadi, Kyle dyn Godfrey, Isaac HackYounker, Andrew Zehr. man, Drake Hadacek, 8th Grade Rachael Hagenow, Carter Alexis Acker, Kayla Hammervold, Joshua Alexander, Sara Alscher, Hansen, Tiffany Hanson, Christopher Harper, Haley Kaylee Anderson, Bailey Baker, Koby Barragy, Jessie Hart, Mikaeleigh Hayes, Barrientes, Joel Beier, ParVerena Heilman, Zachery ris Bennett, Alaina Berg, Hendrickson, Anna HerJaedon Bettle, Sarah Betz, nandez, Rylee Hickman, Autumn Hill, Breanna Hol- Jefferson Billick, Riley Bonzer, Logan Borchardt, loway, Elijah Hosmer, Dayton Boston, Jadyn Madison Howe, Rachel Brown, Brianna BuffingHuey, Nathaniel Janssen, Ethan Johnson, Mia John- ton, Jared Bunn, Ben Butson, Laura Keenan, Caden ler, Blake Buttweiler, Sanita
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS — Cody Goetz. FOREST CITY HIGH SCHOOL — Nathan Koch. GARNER-HAYFIELD WEST DES MOINES — HIGH SCHOOL — Laura The Tenth Annual GoverFormanek. nor’s Scholar Recognition HAMPTON-DUMONT Ceremony was held April HIGH SCHOOL — Tanner 29, at Hy-Vee Hall in Des Brolsma. Moines. LAKE MILLS HIGH The statewide program, SCHOOL — Anna Rogers. sponsored by the Iowa MASON CITY HIGH Governor’s Office, Iowa High School Athletic Asso- SCHOOL — Payton Mellman, Brent Mead. ciation (IHSAA) and its NASHUA-PLAINFIELD title sponsor, the Iowa HIGH SCHOOL — Kelsey Farm Bureau Federation Peters. (IFBF), honored 442 high NEWMAN CATHOLIC school seniors from HIGH SCHOOL (MASON throughout Iowa, for outCITY) _ Haley Lambert. standing academic NORTH BUTLER HIGH achievement. SCHOOL (GREENE) — North Iowa students Allison Mulder. honored and the schools NORTH IOWA HIGH they attend are: SCHOOl (BUFFALO CENALGONA HIGH SCHOOL — Danielle Eden. TER) — Maranda Eichenberger. BELMOND-KLEMME NORTHWOODHIGH SCHOOL — Grant KENSETT HIGH SCHOOL van der Linden. — Elizabeth Braun. BISHOP-GARRIGAN OSAGE HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL — Jen— Chloe Campbell. nifer Broesder. RICEVILLE HIGH CAL HIGH SCHOOL (LATIMER) — Hanna Pals. SCHOOL — Kayla Rickerl. ROCKFORD SENIOR CENTRAL SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL (MANLY) HIGH SCHOOL — Spencer Kelly. — Molly Frank. ST. ANSGAR HIGH CHARLES CITY HIGH SCHOOL — Marena Bartz. SCHOOL — Levi EndelVENTURA HIGH man. CLARION-GOLDFIELD SCHOOL — Kaitlyn Chizek. HIGH SCHOOL — Emily WEST FORK HIGH Spencer. SCHOOL (SHEFFIELD) — CLEAR LAKE HIGH Evan Dye. SCHOOL — Elizabeth WEST HANCOCK Hewitt. HIGH SCHOOL (BRITT) — CORWITH-WESLEYLUVERNE HIGH SCHOOL Marcy Mayland.
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