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Mason City, Iowa âœŚ Sunday, November 1, 2009

Birthday Buddies

80th Birthday Leon Caspersen,

On Nov. 3 I will turn one and my Grandpa Gary will be 72.

of Clear Lake, will celebrate his 80th birthday with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8, at the VFW, 211 Main Ave., Clear Lake.

Happy Birthday to my favorite Grandpa!

Love, Kaycee

Bronze Star Award

New Arrival Amy Kuns, Ventura, and Jeff Humble, Rosemount, Minn., are parents of a son, Cooper James Michael Kuns, born at 12:53 a.m. July 27, 2009 at Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa, Mason City.

Staff Sgt. James Shinn, of the Mason City-based 1133rd Transportation Company, was recently awarded the Bronze Star while serving in the Iraq Theater.

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CELEBRATIONS Happy 60th Birthday Deb Ballantyne

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Happy 50th Birthday!

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Dec. 2, 1950 Oct. 28, 2008 We will always love and miss you.


Still looking good. We love you! From your husband Bob, and your three daughters, Lori, Jennifer, Julie and your grandchildren Brandon, Haley, Kyler, Colin, Rylie, Grant, Zack, Tristan and Trinity

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To be printed in the Sunday’s Celebrations section and Online, items must be in the Globe Gazette office no later than 5 pm Monday prior to publication. We can’t take the information over the phone, and we ask that announcements be printed or typed. It would also be helpful if you include a daytime phone number in case there are any questions.

Bob Froiland All our love, Penny, Adam, Stephanie, Justin and Katie Jerome, Jayla, Summer and Javont

Engagements & Weddings: Standard announcement will be published free of charge without a photo. Custom wording and photos are an additional charge. (See chart below.)


Anniversaries: At 25 years or more, we will publish the standard announcement free of charge. Anniversaries of less than 25 years can be published as a Family Event starting at $21.50. Custom wording & photos are an additional charge. (See chart below.)

Retirement open house for Gary Angell MASON CITY — A retirement open house for Gary Angell, of 1120 East State St., will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1, in a heated garage at 1120

Leon Caspersen, 80 CLEAR LAKE — Leon Caspersen, of Clear Lake, will celebrate his 80th birthday with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8, at the VFW, 211 Main Ave., Clear Lake. He requests no gifts, please. He was born Nov. 7, 1929 in Rockwell. Cards may be sent to Leon at the following address: 409 First Ave. S., Clear Lake, Iowa 50428.


Carol Woelfer Parcher, 95 ROCKFORD — Carol Woelfer Parcher, of Rockford, will celebrate her 95th birthday with a family gathering, on Nov. 1. She was born Oct. 28, 1914. Greetings may be sent to Carol at the following address: 508 First Ave. S.E., Rockford, Iowa 50468.

On Nov. 3 I will turn one and my Grandpa Gary will be 72. Happy Birthday to my favorite Grandpa! Love, Kaycee

East State St., Mason City. Angell was employed as a rural route carrier/ postal clerk by the United States Post Office in Mason City, for 31½ years.

The Deadline for Celebrations is each Monday by 5PM

Birth Announcements: Standard birth announcements will be published free of charge without a photo. Custom wording & photos are an additional charge. (See chart below.) Retirements: Standard announcements without photo will be published free of charge. Custom wording and photos are an additional charge. (See chart below.)

Birthdays, Family Events, & Fun Photos:

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

Cards of Thanks:

Will be published for $10 up to 50 words.

Social, Club Awards & Scholastic Achievement: Standard announcements will be published without photos free of charge. Photos are available for an additional charge.

Custom description: $15 for each additional 50 words available on any announcement.

Cover Positions: Cover positions are available

for $60, including color, on a first come, first serve basis. You are limited to 25 words on the cover.

Photos Charges:

1 col x 2” B&W ..................$16.50 1 col x 3” B&W ..................$21.50 2 col x 4” B&W ..................$31.50

1 col x 2” Color..................$26.50 1 col x 3” Color..................$31.50 2 col x 4” Color..................$51.50





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donated items for the auction, raffle, bake sale and I want to thank everymeal and to everyone that one who helped me celebought items at the aucbrate my 80th birthday. tion. The diaper donation Your cards, gifts and good will be a tremendous help. wishes from so many To those that were not able made the day very special. to attend but sent cards, Many thanks to all my thank you. All your genfamily for making it a erosity is greatly apprecigreat day! ated. We are very grateful — Barbara K. Fitzgerald to each and every one of you. Please keep our four Thank you blessings in your thoughts We want to send a big and prayers. “Thank You” to everyone — James and Casey who attended the “Quad Dotzler Squad” Benefit held on Sept. 26 at Zeidler Park in Rockwell. A special thank you to the Rockwell Lions Club for the donation of the tent. Thank you to everyone who organized the benefit and helped in any way. Also, thanks to everyone who attended and wished us good luck, your presence meant a lot to us. Many thanks to those who

Thank you

Trebil, 40 years MASON CITY — Curtis and Christina (TeKippe) Trebil of 1019 Fair Meadow Drive, Mason City, are celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary. They were married Nov. 8, 1969, at First United Methodist Church in Mason City. They have two children, Melyssa Nolte of Mason City and Susan and Frank Frescaz, of Mason City. Curt and Christie also have five grandchildren, Justin, MacKenzie, Anthony, Kameryn, and Nathan.

The Seniors and Law Enforcement Together (S.A.L.T.) Organization would like to thank the following businesses, groups and persons who assisted with our fall forum on Oct. 22 at the Mason City Senior Citizen Center: Kaplan University Criminal Justice students, Mason City Senior Center, Mason City Fareway, Cerro Gordo County Cattlemen, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Taco Bell of Clear Lake, Kraft Foods, Pepsi Americas, Kathy Vix, and Shirley Stephen. Also thanks for the programs presented by Brent Trout, Kim Doughty, Kevin Pals, Mike Lashbrook and Greg Peterson. We appreciated those who provided information booths and anyone else who helped in any way. We also appreciated the good attendance. — Leona Buffington, Secretary S.A.L.T. Organization

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Shinn awarded Bronze Star


Happy 80th birthday to Shirley Shurson

Larry Gansen

In Memory 12-12-1942 to 11-04-2005 Though his smile is gone forever, And his hand we cannot touch, We still have so many memories Of the one we loved so much. His memory is our keepsake With which we’ll never part. God has him in His keeping; We have him in our hearts.

Cooper Kuns Staff Sgt. James Shinn

Staff Sgt. James Shinn, of the Mason City-based 1133rd Transportation Company, was recently awarded the Bronze Star while serving in the Iraq Theater. The Bronze Star is awarded to individuals who while serving in the United States Armed Forces in a combat theater, distinguished themselves by heroism, outstanding achievement or by meritorious service.



Lucille Jones, 100

Gavin Dusza AUSTIN, Texas — Eric and Casey Dusza, of Austin, Texas, are parents of a son, Gavin Rylan, born at 12:05 p.m. July 27, 2009 at St. David’s, Austin, Texas. He weighed 7 lbs., 4 oz., and was 20.5 inches long. Grandparents are John and Shannon Determan, Brian and Peggy Dusza and Mark and Debbie Toycen. Great-grandparents are Ivah Johnson, Forest City; Jack and Doris Determan,

VENTURA — Amy Kuns, Ventura, and Jeff Humble, Rosemount, Minn., are parents of a son, Cooper James Michael Kuns, born at 12:53 a.m. July 27, 2009 at Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa, Mason City. He weighed 6 lbs., 6 oz., and was 23 inches long. He is welcomed by grandparents, Stuart and Judy Kuns, of Ventura.

Clear Lake; Grace Kalish, Chicago, Ill., and Frank and Betty Dusza, Chicago, Ill.

OSAGE — Lucille Jones will celebrate her 100th birthday, Sunday, Nov. 8. Her family, son Wayne Jones (Carol), daughters, Charlotte (Jerry) Meitner, Bev (Bill) Moss, along with grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren, will host an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Nov. 8, at Faith Lutheran Home, 914 Davidson Drive, Osage. Greetings may be sent to Lucille at the following Drive, Room D4, Osage, Iowa 50461. address: 914 Davidson

Wishing her a very happy birthday on Nov. 9, are her children: Jan and Quentin Anderson, of Joice; Julie and Allen Angle, of Clear Lake; Jacki and Jay Lee, of Mason City, and Joe and Irene Shurson, of Iowa City; grandchildren: Andrea (Scott) Schmidt, Sadly missed but never Ben Casebolt, Bridget forgotten. (Ryan) Drapeaux, Megan Love, Anderson, Craig ZiegenJune Gansen & Family horn, Julie (Daryl) Carson, Ashton Shurson, and Taylor Shurson, and great-grandchildren, THANK YOU Nathan and Emily Schmidt and Owen and Thank you Max Drapeaux. Thank you for the cards Birthday wishes may be sent to: 808 First Ave. and remembrances for my 80th birthday. S., Clear Lake, Iowa — Richard Merfeld 50428.

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Happy 1st Birthday Evan!

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Love, Dad, Mom, Myah and Landyn

We all love and miss you so much! Always thinking of you, Sweetheart. — Friends and Family


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Snow Blowers A few students and parents from North Iowa Christian School enjoy a beautiful day during Fall Community Clean-up 2008. Thank you to 2008 Gold Sponsors Farm Chem and Anonymous, Bronze Sponsors Sukup Manufacturing and Edwards Brandt Iowa Realty, and a big thanks to the other donors.

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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS for the EXPLORE test, one must be a fourth, fifth or sixth grader and have at least one score in the 95th IOWA CITY — The Belin-Blank International percentile or above on a Center for Gifted Eduation core subject of a gradelevel test, such as the Iowa and Talent Development held its annual recognition Tests of Basic Skills. The EXPLORE test is a multiceremony, Sunday, Oct. ple choice test designed 18, at the University of for eighth graders, that Iowa. The ceremony measures academic develacknowledges those stuopment in English, mathdents who earned exceptional scores as part of the ematics, reading and science. As a fifth-grader, Belin-Blank Exceptional Carly scored in the top Student Talent Search (BESTS), were selected to one percent of students who took the EXPLORE one of the Belin-Blank test. scholarship programs, or Carly was asked to received special recognition in a Belin-Blank Cen- choose a teacher whom she felt has had a signifiter program in 2009. cant impact on her and Carly Miller, a sixthher educational achievegrader at Central Springs ments. She chose Amanda Middle School, Nora Pearson. Pearson taught Springs, was recognized Carly in the Talented and for her outstanding score Gifted program at Nora on the EXPLORE test, a Springs Elementary part of BESTS. To qualify

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Thank you Thank you to our family and friends for their love and support since the loss of our loved one. To Mercy Medical Center-North Iowa, Franklin General Hospital and Hospice of North Iowa for the care they gave her. To Sietsema-Vogel Funeral Home for their thoughtful guidance and the Rev. Meester for his beautiful service. Thank you for the food, cards, phone calls and memorials. It was truly overwhelming and such a comfort to us all. — The family of Winnifred “Winnie” Allen

way towards our day in D.C. It was a fabulous day. I think I speak for all who made the trip when I say a heartfelt and sincere Thank You. — Al Gossweiler

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Thank you Thank you to everyone who sent anniversary cards, gifts and phone calls for our 63rd anniversary. We enjoyed each and every one of them. It was an enjoyable day and much appreciated. Thank you to our family for love and patience. May God bless you. — George and Merle Steenhard

My cup runneth over!!! did my mailbox and telephone with many beautiful birthday cards and well wishes from so many people! Each card carried reminders of speThank you cial moments shared with Thanks to all the family special friends. It was and friends who sent great to hear from all of cards, food and flowers! you! Thank you! — Terri Marsh We truly appreciate your support and prayers during this difficult time. We will Thank you Thank you miss our mother, grandma, We want to thank everyOur heartfelt thanks to and friend. one who remembered us everyone who visited, sent — The family of June on our 60th wedding cards, prayers, phone calls Nierengarten anniversary. The cards, and food. We lost someone Terry, Kathy, Kelsey flowers, gifts and food, it special in our family and and Jake all made a very special day! we thank you for sharing in Todd, Sara, Josh and Thanks to our family for our grief. Emma organizing the family din— The families of Keith Tim ner. It was wonderful. Sharp — Floyd and Alice Nielsen

Thank you The wife and family of James H. Mills would like to express our deepest gratitude to our family and friends for their prayers, cards, flowers and memorials. Jim will be greatly missed by his wife, family and friends.

Thank you Having just returned from our Oct. 17 Honor Flight for World War II veterans, I would publicly like to thank Jack Caputo and his Honor Flight Winnebago Committee. Also, Nancy Rockman and anyone who in anyway donated money or helped in any

Honoring Those Who Have Served

Veterans Day

November 11, 2009 Veterans Day is a day set aside to honor America’s Veterans of all wars and branches for service for their patriotism & willingness to serve and sacrifice for our country.

You may honor a Veteran in our special grouping for only $1500 Use this form to have a Veteran’s photo appear in the Globe-Gazette. Veterans from all services and any area are welcome. Deadline: Friday, November 6, 2009 @ 5:00pm List Veteran’s information in the Globe-Gazette as follows: Name ___________________________________________________ Branch __________________________________________________ Rank ___________________________________________________ TRIBUTE (25 words maximum) _____________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Make sure Veteran’s name is on the back of the photo. Photos can be picked up after the salute appears in the Globe-Gazette. Submitted by: ____________________________________________ Name ___________________________________________________ Address _________________________________________________ MORE REPORTERS .. MORE NEWS Phone: __________________________________________________ This form, check for $15.00 (payable to the Globe-Gazette) and photograph can be dropped off or mailed to GlobeGazette 300 N. Washington, Mason City IA 50401.


Inducted into Honor Society FOREST CITY — The following Waldorf College students were inducted in the Alpha Chi Honor Society, at a ceremony, Oct. 4. IOWA BOONE — Molly Lumley. BRITT — Kristina Gast. CHARLES CITY — Adam Herrick. FOREST CITY — Trinity Renchin, Karla Renshaw. MASON CITY — Shaye Johanns. THORNTON — Emily Bucknell. MINNESOTA CANTON — Caitlin Leitzen. FAIRMONT — Megan Forster. KASSON — Ashleigh Betha. LE CENTER — Andrew Blum. OWATONNA — Matt Knutson. WINONA — Samantha Kohner.

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Quiz Bowl results ALGONA — Bishop Garrigan High School Quiz Bowl team of Jake Rosenmeyer, Brittany Berte, Rebeccah Erdman, Michael Fakler, and Drew Magill finished in fourth of 22 teams in the Ankeny Scholastic Tournament on Saturday in Ankeny. Garrigan’s other team of Lizzy Hohmeister, Rachel Berte, Zach Scobba, Allison Frideres, and Matthew Fakler did not place, but took one win over perennial powerhouse Ames High during the tournament. The teams are coached by David Burrow.

Party & Event Planning BRIDAL SHOPS The Bridal Theatre 139 W. 4th St., St.Ansgar, IA 50472 641.713.2303 We have just returned from Chicago Market and are excited to tell you we are already receiving new Wedding gowns, Bridesmaids and Mothers gowns for 2010. Its a good time to take the short trip to the Bridal Theatre in Saint Ansgar, IA to see the new lines. A gift certificate to the Bride to be is a perfect stocking stuffer. Plus many other gifts for christmas await you at The Bridal Theatre. 641-713-2303 The Bridal Garden 641.585.9333 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 Formalities has been serving North Iowa brides for over 50 years. We have been honored with the "Silver Preferred Dealer Award" from Alfred Angelo. Formalities has gowns for all ages. Baptismal, communion, flowergirl, prom, bridesmaids, bridal, mothers and grandmother's gowns. We also have an elite selection of seamstresses to provide you with that perfect fit for your perfect day. Don't forget all the accessories such as: veils, tiaras, shoes and jewelry. We have new styles arriving daily! Formalities - yesterday, today and tomorrow.

BRIDAL SHOPS Let us help you make your wedding day special. We have a variety of bridal gowns, bridesmaid dresses, mother and grandmother gowns. We provide in-house alterations, free of charge, to ensure the perfect fit. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, our seamstresses will help you design your perfect dress. We also have a great selection of accessories. Tux rental is available. Sew Heavenly Creations is your “Bridal Store & Sew Much More!” DJ SERVICES Kirk’s Custom DJ 641.423.1126 or 800.496.1126 Make your wedding reception dreams a reality and your dance truly fun, unique & memorable. PRINTING PSI - Printing Services, Inc. 641.424.3538 1915 4th St. SW, Mason City Printing for all of your special occasion needs: Weddings, Graduation, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Reunions, Baby & More! PostNet 641.423.1980 451 Indian Head Dr., Mason City Between Wal-Mart & Kohl’s Featuring the finest in personalized wedding and social stationery Whether it’s an invitation for a wedding, an anniversary or graduation, depend on PostNet to deliver the perfect message. RECEPTIONS Mason City Country Club 641.424.3014 3331 19th St. SW, Mason City Membership not required! Sit down dinners. Multiple style buffets. Appetizer buffet. Dance floor and more! Call today for more information.

Sweet Things, etc. 641.822.4918 114 3rd Street, Rockwell 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-onone time helping you choose the perfect gown! Sweet Things, etc... making beautiful weddings, one bride at a time! Check our website for upcoming events!!

Duncan Community Ballroom 641.843.3353 4 miles west of Garner Seating for 500, 40x70 dance floor. Serve your own food/caterers welcome. Meeting room available.

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Grafton Community Center 641.748.2970 or 641.420.3609 202 6th Avenue, Grafton Large facility great for wedding receptions, parties, and anniversaries. Many decorations available at NO extra charge. Meeting room also available.

MacNider Art Museum 641.421.3666 303 Second Street SE, Mason City Unforgettable weddings, distinguished receptions. An elegant setting to make lasting memories.

RECEPTIONS 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. Nora Springs Catholic Community Center 641.749.5507 16 S. Summit Ave., Nora Springs, IA 50458 Perfect accommodations for weddings anniversaries - reunions - all types of meetings and gatherings. REHEARSAL DINNERS Decker House Bed & Breakfast / Sour Grapes Bistro 641.423.4700 or 888.363.4700 119 2nd street SE, Mason City 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 10 Allens Alley, 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 Your Tuxedo Professionals Sir Knight Formalwear 641.424.6018 19 2nd Street NE, Mason City Formalwear is our specialty. Detailed individualized service. VIDEOGRAPHER Epsilon Productions 641.582.3239 Our expert videographers will capture the emotions and excitement of your special day and create a moving, fun-to-watch DVD for you to treasure. We offer eedding & event videography, photo slide shows with music. Call us today to learn more! WEDDING SITE AND RECEPTION PM Park 15297 Rainy Drive South Shore, Clear Lake 641.357.1991 or 641.529.2222 Wedding site, reception and lodging available all on beautiful Clear Lake.

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Young named Toastmaster of Year


Business Principal Toastmasters announced Kathy Young, as their Toastmaster of the Year, for the 2008-09 year. She was nominated by her peers due to her strong positive leadership. She is a dedicated club member

who currently serves as club treasurer and past president.

been on all semester honor rolls during high school and is a member of the National Honor Society. She is a football National Society of Lambert named manager and participates Collegiate Scholars ‘Student of Month’ in Peacemakers and the Spiritual Life Committee. MASON CITY — M A S O N C I T Y — The Lambert is the yearbook Nathan J. Hardy, of Mason Exchange Club of Mason editor for her senior year, City, accepted memberCity named Ashley Lamand has been involved as ship in The National Socibert, a photographer and ety of Collegiate Scholars “Youth of designer of the high (NSCS). He will be honthe Month,” school yearbook and ored during an induction for October. middle school yearbook, convocation this fall on the She is the throughout her high campus of Truman State daughter of school years. University, Kirksville, Mo. Mike and Lambert enjoys campNSCS is a member of the Julie Laming, reading and fishing Association of College bert, and is for trout and turtles. She Honor Societies and is the Lambert a senior at is considering a major in nation’s only interdiscipliNewman Catholic High liberal arts. nary honors organization School. for first-and second-year Lambert carries a 4.1 college students. Membergrade point average, has ship is by invitation only, based on grade point average and class standing.

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