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65th Anniversary Charles W. Rayburn
Chris and Ashley Lorenz, of Ankeny, are the parents of a daughter,
and Ruth Jean (Sullivan) Rayburn of Clear Lake, Iowa, were married Jan. 31, 1947, in Bloomfield, Iowa.
Hadley Nan, born at 1:25 a.m. on Nov. 28, 2011, at Mercy Medical Center, Des Moines.
Belva Payton, 60
Clifford and Arlene Alitz of Mason City, Iowa, were married Jan. 29, 1947.
Happy belated 60th Mom!
Love, — From your family
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Theresa Amos, Section Designer ✦ GLOBE GAZETTE CELEBRATIONS
+RZ7R6XEPLW<RXU,WHPV If you have an item to submit to this section, please stop by the Globe Gazette for a form Monday-Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm at 300 North Washington, Mason City. Online submission is encouraged at www.globegazette.com, click on EXTRAS then Celebrations. To be printed in the Sunday’s Celebrations section and Online, items must be in the Globe Gazette office no later than 5 pm Monday prior to publication. We can’t take the information over the phone, and we ask that announcements be printed or typed. It would also be helpful if you include a daytime phone number in case there are any questions.
Engagements & Weddings: Standard announcement will be published free of charge without a photo. Custom wording and photos are an additional charge. (See chart below.) Anniversaries: At 25 years or more, we will publish the standard announcement free of charge. Anniversaries of less than 25 years can be published as a Day to Remember starting at $26.50. Custom wording & photos are an additional charge. (See chart below.)
Rayburn, 65 years
Miner, 40 years
CLEAR LAKE — Charles W. Rayburn and Ruth Jean (Sullivan) Rayburn of Clear Lake, Iowa, were married Jan. 31, 1947, in Bloomfield, Iowa. Charles and Ruth will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary at a family dinner in the spring. The couple’s children and their spouses are Jack Rayburn (Beth Christensen) of Mankato, Minn.; Gene Rayburn (Judy) of St. Paul, Minn.; Russell Rayburn of Clear Lake, Iowa; and Ann Wall (Dennis) of Des Moines, Iowa. Their grandchildren are Libby Christensen-Rayburn of Santa Cruz, Calif.; and Brian Wall of Des Moines, Iowa.
MANLY — Dean B. Miner and Vicki Wall Miner of Manly, Iowa, were married Jan. 29, 1972, at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Austin, Minn. The couple will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. The couple’s children and their spouses are Amy and Dave Navratil of Plymouth, Iowa, and Jason and Joanna Miner of Mason City, Iowa. They have seven grandchildren. Greetings may be sent to 1879 Highway 9, Manly, IA 50456.
Aug. 11, 1963 — Feb. 1, 2007 Gone but not forgotten, It’s been 5 years since the angels took you away, but I still remember you and won’t ever forget! Rest in peace, Your wife, Kaye
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Thank You Our lives have seen many changes this past year. Our family would like to thank you for your many kind deeds, words, and prayers. Your acts have helped us keep faith and see brightness in each day. Please continue to pray for us and for God’s miracles to be realized in our lives. — Tom and Janice Waddingham
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BIRTHDAYS Belva Payton, 60
Richard W. Haas Jan. 28 “Happy 60th Birthday”
You are Amazing …. and so Loved!! — Your Family
Happy belated 60th Mom! Love, — From your family
Happy 80th Birthday Gramps
Bernita Pals, 90 MESERVEY — Bernita Pals, formerly of Meservey, will observe her 90th birthday, Feb. 8. She will have two opportunities to celebrate on Feb. 5. One at 10:30 a.m. in the First Reformed Church in Meservey and the other celebration will be 1:30-3 p.m. at Apple Valley Assisted Living in Clear Lake. She requests no gifts please. Cards can be sent to: Bernita Pals, Room#21, ing, 405 27th Ave. S., Clear Apple Valley Assisted Liv- Lake, IA 50428.
NEW ARRIVAL Hailey Mae Helm
E. Wayne Prazak, of Nora Springs, will be honored at a family dinner on Jan. 29, 2012, in celebration of his 80th birthday. He was born Jan. 29, 1932, in Nora Springs. A card shower is also planned. Cards can be sent to: E. Wayne Prazak, 217 Sixth St., P.O. Box 488, Nora Springs, IA 50458.
WODEN — Adam and Trista Helm, of Woden, are the parents of a daughter, Hailey Mae Helm, born at 7:01 a.m. Nov. 11, 2011, at Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa, Mason City. She weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces, and was 19 inches long.
A birthday card in the mailbox would be a great surprise for Gordy True, who will be “75 years wise” on Feb. 3, 2012. Send cards to: Gordy True, 2808 First St. S.W., Mason City, IA 50401.
Imagine Yourself with a New Smile!
P.S.: ssssshhhh…….. Let him guess how you knew!
Dr. Judith G. Demro, DDS, MS
THANK YOU Thank You We wish to extend a sincere thank you to our family, friends and neighbors for the kindness shown to us at the loss of Mildred Matson — mother and grandmother. Thank you to Rev. Sid Bohls, Rev. Steve Hansen and Rev. Keith Scott for their spiritual care. A special thank you to the staff at the Good Shepherd Care Center for the wonderful care given during Mildred’s illness. — Family of Mildred Matson
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YIELD graduation celebration MASON CITY — Twenty-one Mason City high school juniors from Mason City High School, Mason City Alternative High School and Newman High School were recognized at a YIELD graduation celebration on Wednesday, Jan. 18, at The Music Man Square. The high school juniors graduated from YIELD, (Youth Investing Energy in Leadership Development), a 15-week partnership program between the Mason City Youth Task Force and the Mason City Chamber of Commerce. YIELD students developed leadership skills, and conducted a community project focusing on the Mason City Blue Zone application. Graduates from Mason City High School and Alternative School — Ricky Alonso, Tanner Bernhard, Nichole Hewett, Sahan Jayawardena, Alex Lang, Haley Mallo, Abby Phillips, Macke Rodamaker, Will Slaven, Andrew Sloan, Falicia Tucker, Austin Voves and Maggie Wendel. Newman High School — Rachael Beavers, Meredith Behr, Gabby Dohmen, Anna Henrich, Alexa Johnson, Tommy Kiss, Hayden Romig and Spencer Schmidt.
Lyle Miller, 80 The Best of the Best! Happy Birthday!
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
THORNTON — Lyle Miller, of Thornton, will celebrate his 80th birthday on Feb. 3. Birthday wishes may be sent to Lyle at: 5946 100th St., Thornton, IA 50479.
Barb Thomson, 60 years
THANK YOU Thank You
Hadley Nan Lorenz
Emily Pederson of Nora Springs, graduated from Allen College, on Dec. 16, 2011, with a Master of Science in nursing degree. We are so proud! — Love, your family
Happy Birthday Barb!
Love, — Dan, Paul, Sandy, Hannah, Kelly and Jason
ANKENY — Chris and Ashley Lorenz, of Ankeny, are the parents of a daughter, Hadley Nan, born at 1:25 a.m. on Nov. 28, 2011, at Mercy Medical Center, Des Moines. She weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 20 inches long. Hadley Nan Lorenz is welcomed by grandparents, Kevin and Nan Jurgens, of Thornton, and Gary and Becky Lorenz, of Ankeny. Hadley was born with a heart defect that was corrected Dec. 12, 2011. She spent a month in the hospital and was released on Dec. 28, 2011. We would like to thank everyone for their prayers, thoughts and support during this time. Hadley is nearing 2- months and doing great!
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS isk (*) indicates a 4.0 grade point average. FORT DODGE — One-hundred thirNorth Iowa students named to the ty-nine students were named to the fall Dean’s List include: 2011 Dean’s List at Ellsworth Community APLINGTON — Chelsea Mittag. College. GENEVA — *Bernadine Peacock. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, stuHAMPTON — *Brenda DeBoer, dents must have taken 12 or more credit Nathan Dohlman. hours during the semester and earned at PARKERSBURG — Shannon Breyleast a 3.5 grade point average. An aster- fogle.
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Thank you for the cards, calls and notes I received for my 85th birthday. I enjoyed them all. A special thanks to my children for our dinner together and all they do for me. — Kathryn Hungerford, Osage, Iowa
Thank You To all my family and friends who remembered me on my 80th birthday, I’d like to thank you and
say you have given me a great gift I’ll long remember. — Marloe Ellingson
Thank You Thank you for the many cards, e-mails and calls for our 60th anniversary. Also, thank you to our family for the 60 red roses. All very much appreciated and enjoyed. — Leon and Irene Caspersen
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Clear Lake honor roll CLEAR LAKE — Clear Lake High School released its first semester honor roll, for the 2011-12 year. “A” Honor Roll To obtain a position on the “A” Honor Roll, a student must have a grade point between 3.50 and 4.00 and no grade below a “C”. FRESHMEN: Brock Brandt, Aspen Curtis, Andrew Davis, Kaye Faber, Carney Frahm, Haley Harrison, Madelyn Hartnett, T J Hauser, Grace Holbrook, Kirsten Jordan, Lindsay Kearns, Mitchell Keeran, Tashmit Khan, Michael Leaman, Hadley Luker, Luke Maring, Kyle Marquard, Michala Ouverson, Emily Phalen, Anthony Piscopo, Austin Rurup, Tommy Schick, Matt Stephany, Tanner Storbeck, Chrissy Tesar, Brittney Wiele. SOPHOMORES: Jack Abbas, Courtney Anderson, Alexis Atkinson, Paige Backhaus, Rachael Barracks, Brittany Bieber, Haley Brakke, Keely Branstad, Riley Brinkman, Alexa Calaguas, Nick Chizek, Antonio DiMarco, Alec Euken, Morgan Flory, Callie Glidden, Hailey Grell, Jake Harle, Kate Hayes, Maddie Hess, Jake Iverson, Lorin Jones, Christopher Kuhlers, Katie Kunst, Chase Lester, Trudy Peterson, Thai Phaiboun, Kirsten Reineke, Joe Schiller, Justin Schneider, Connor Schultz, Tyler Staebell, Jaci Ullrich, Allisa Van Horn, Alex Webb, Jacob Welper. JUNIORS: Amie Adams, Steven Akers, Treslyn Allison, Ryan Andersen, Hannah Bartlett, Alex Blum, Ian Davis, Jenna Dickson, Stephanie Duregger, Carson Farmer, Kelli Gapinski, John Glynn, Bryson Hamilton, Megan Kopriva, Megan
Loux, Taylor Maskarina, Lauren Minert, Ben Nelson, Paul Niemi, Carly Ouverson, Kaitlyn Ouverson, Jenna Peterson, Kaitlyn Pitzen, Paul Raner, Luke Schiller, Annie Snyder, Anne Tesar, Matt Tofte, Bailey Turner, Emily Willms, Abby Woiwod. SENIORS: Austin Anderson, Cody Anderson, Megan Becker, Zac Bendickson, Taylor Berger, Matt Bieber, Katie Cash, Brian Demro, Cole Dickson, Kaylee Good, Caitlin Harle, Libby Hewitt, Grant Holbrook, Troy Jandebeur, Peirce Jordan, Alicia King, Rachel Kunst, Lexi Lovik, Aspen Lundeen, Beth Meester, Alicia Miller, Ashley Miszewski, Katie Monson, Meg Monson, C J Nichols, Mikaela O’Brien, Ali Rodningen, Sally Story, Elaina Tindall, Tanner Truesdell, Jade Ullrich, Lis van Rooijen, Kelsi Williams, Demi Yeager. “B” Honor Roll To obtain a position on the “B” Honor Roll, a student must have a grade point between 3.00 and 3.49 and no grade below a “C. FRESHMEN: Rachel Beard, Leah Becker, Kylie Bottjen, Dalton Brandt, Jonathan Carew, Ashley Christiansen, Christian Clapper, Tanner Cookman, Victoria Culliton, Robert Hancock, Lauren Hewitt, Chanse Hollatz, Peyton Huey, Rebecca Long, Lindsey Loudenburg, Ernie Miszewski, Bailey O’Hare, Cheyenne Ochoa, Devin Uhlenhopp, Alex Vander Ploeg, Rowdy Yates. SOPHOMORES: Logan Anderson, Madi Faber, Hunter Gahn, Jenni Hamlin, Carter Hand, Mitchell Jordan, Kayla Kearns, Ryan Lafrenz, Zach Merfeld, Miranda Mundt, Shellynn Quang, Lucas Ruppelt, Kylie Whitehurst. JUNIORS: Dylan Ander-
son, Mitch Camphu, Connor Delaney, Malorie Fischels, Nick Froiland, Austin Hasfjord, Brianna Haugen, Sam Heck, Hailey Horner, Taylor Julsen, Jared Kockler, Shuanglu Li, Aimee Medellin, Olivia Myers, Rachel Purcell, Summer Tannahill, Angela Tiernan, Elizabeth Vander Ploeg, Jami Verhalen, Brya Walton. SENIORS: Ozzie Adams, Mike Asbe, Erin Borgman, Adam Buehler, Ashley Chizek, Chase Crosby, Stefanie Danhour, Alex Direcks, Paige Holt, Brittanie Holtz, Michael Keeran, Logan Kellogg, Bryan Larsen, Lauren Loudenberg, Luke Monson, Austin Perego, Emma Peterson, Alex Severino, Joel Yeager.
Central Springs honor roll NORA SPRINGS — Central Springs Middle School released its second quarter and first semester honor rolls. Second Quarter A Honor Roll 7th Grade: Hailee Ausenhus, Kara Axdahl, Bridget Badker, Arabella Deceder, Emma Fielder, Colton Fink, Maria Franke, Katie Garnes, Madisyn Heaverlo, Jenna Konig, Scott Magnuson, Sadye Marker, Sierra Pals, Megan True. 8th Grade: Vivian Benjegerdes, Alexis Daily, Kyle Ebel, Kaylee Heagel, Crystal Klooster, Dylana Luett, Carly Miller, Niko Muniz, Madison Navratil, Taylor Navratil, Tessa Overturf, Jessica Powell, Morgan Sliger, Mac Spotts, Katlyn Tonn, Kelli Wilson. Second Quarter B Honor Roll 7th Grade: Mercedes Badker, McKenna Blong, Austin Dillavou, Mackensie Dodd, Kalen Eastman, Elizabeth Ebel, Nancy
England, Mitchell Fingalsen, Kayley Frandle, Harley Froning, Alex Hackett, Daniel Hennigar, Bailey Johanns, Paige Johnson, Trace Kessler, Michaela Marino, Jacob Mathers, Nicole McCoid, Nicholas Navratil, Kathreen O’Keefe, Caileb Pate, Jacob Shafer, Owen Shanks, Joshua Sills, Jenna Stoltenberg, Abigail Thomas, Connor Tvedt, Alicia Ulve, Christopher Wagner, Hannah Wagner. 8th Grade: Taylor Adams, Tegan Ahrens, Cody Benhart, Shelby Bird, Izac Brunner, Ryan Bull, Colton Hamand, Andrew Hicok, Ezekial Hodak, Christopher Holt, Caleb Howe, Makenzie Jackson, Kylie Johns, Jasmyn Klemesrud, Lindsey Mathre, Claire McAllister, Nicholas Miller, Matthew Moretz, Makayla Oppman, Dylan Parks, Dylin Pate, Alyssa Ryg, Lexie Schulz, Evan Seybert, Grace Shanks, Jenna Siefken, Rachel Tweeten, Trisha
Waters, Dallas Williams, Dillon Wilson, Shana Wood, Dalton Wyborny. First Semester A Honor Roll 7th Grade: Hailee Ausenhus, Kara Axdahl, Bridget Badker, Arabella Deceder, Elizabeth Ebel, Colton Fink, Maria Franke, Katie Garnes, Madisyn Heaverlo, Jenna Konig, Sadye Marker, Sierra Pals, Jacob Shafer, Megan True. 8th Grade Vivian Benjegerdes, Alexis Daily, Kyle Ebel, Kaylee Heagel, Crystal Klooster, Dylana Luett, Carly Miller, Niko Miuniz, Madison Navratil, Taylor Navratil, Tessa Overturf, Jessica Powell, Morgan Sliger, Mac Spotts, Dallas Williams, Kelli Wilson. First Semster B Honor Roll 7th Grade: Mercedes Badker, McKenna Blong, Austin Dillavou, Mackensie Dodd, Kalen Eastman, Nancy England, Emma Fielder, Mitchell Fingalsen, Kayley Frandle, Harley
Froning, Alex Hackett, Daniel Henningar, Bailey Johanns, Paige Johnson, Trace Kessler, Scott Magnuson, Michaela Marino, Jacob Mathers, Nicole McCoid, Nicholas Navratil, Kathleen O’Keefe, Caileb Pate, Owen Shanks, Abigail Thomas, Connor Tvedt, Alicia Ulve, Hannah Wagner. 8th Grade: Taylor Adams, Tegan Ahrens, Cody Benhart, Shelby Bird, Izac Brunner, Ryan Bull, Colton Hamand, Andrew Hicok, Ezekial Hodak, Christopher Holt, Caleb Howe, Makenzie Jackson, Kylie Johns, Jasmyn Klemesrud, Lindsey Mathre, Claire McAllister, Nicholas Miller, Matthew Moretz, Makayla Oppman, Dylan Parks, Dylin Pate, Alyssa Ryg, Lexie Schulz, Evan Seybert, Grace Shanks, Jenna Siefken, Katlyn Tonn, Rachel Tweeten, Trisha Waters, Shana Wood.
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS ISU graduates AMES — Iowa State University awarded 1,260 undergraduate degrees, 262 master’s degrees and 108 doctor of philosophy degrees during commencement ceremonies, following the 2011 fall semester. Of the students receiving bachelor’s degrees, 228 graduated “with distinction” (cum laude -grade point average of 3.50 to 3.69), (magna cum laude-grade point average of 3.70 to 3.89) or (summa cum laude- grade point average of 3.90 or higher). North Iowa graduates include: ACKLEY — Jayni Jean Hirth, Bachelor of Science, early childhood education. ALEXANDER — Tanner Lee Bohman, Bachelor of Science, agricultural studies. ALGONA — Joseph Michael Capesius, Master of Education, educational leadership and policy studies; Jessica Marie Godden, Bachelor of Science, early childhood education; Renee J. Ricklefs, Bachelor of Science, accounting. BRITT — Michelle Renee Dehart, Master of Education, educational leadership and policy studies. CHARLES CITY — Lauren Nicole Begemann, Bachelor of Science, elementary education; Zachary Alan Bonzer, Bachelor of Science, civil engineering; Jeffrey Alan Buttjer, Master of Science, mechanical engineering; Elizabeth Ann Childs, Master of Science, agricultural education and studies; Aaron E. Platte, Bachelor of Science, history; Kathy Marie Rogotzke, Doctor of Philosophy, education-
al leadership and policy studies; Darriane Auria Sta Romana, Bachelor of Science, horticulture. CLARION — Troy James Anderson, graduated magna cum laude, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering. CLEAR LAKE — Theresia Louise Carrier, graduated cum laude, Bachelor of Science, management, marketing; Sara Rae Huber, Bachelor of Science, marketing; Shane Michael Roenfanz, Master in Education, educational leadership and policy studies. COULTER — Benjamin Merrill Carlson, Bachelor of Science, agricultural studies, environmental studies. FERTILE — James Duane Kleveland, graduated magna cum laude, Bachelor of Science, aerospace engineering. FOREST CITY — Kathryn S. Garfin, Bachelor of Arts, psychology. GARNER — Nicole Jo Larson, Bachelor of Science, chemical engineering; Jordan Matthew Steen, Bachelor of Science, agricultural studies; Zachary Donald Svare, Bachelor of Science, kinesiology and health. GREENE — John Paul Moellers, Bachelor of Science, aerospace engineering. HAMPTON — Sarah Juanita Davis, graduated magna cum laude, Bachelor of Science, marketing, supply chain management; Dollie Marie Dillon, Master in Education, educational leadership and policy studies; Dillon James Drew, Bachelor of Science, animal ecology. LAKE MILLS — Courtney Anne Kingland, Bachelor of Liberal Studies, liberal studies; Jared Brian Peterson, Bachelor Science, management
information systems. LATIMER — Kaylee Marie Vanness, Bachelor of Science, elementary education. LELAND — Keri Christina Nyguard, graduated summa cum laude, Bachelor of Science, finance. MASON CITY — Amanda Jane Bailey, Master of Accounting, accounting; Gary James Bissig, Bachelor of Arts, advertising; Cole Robert Boehmer, Bachelor of Science, management information systems; Matthew Bennett Deike, Bachelor of Science, accounting; Michael David Givens, Bachelor of Music, music; Dominique Renee Lind, Bachelor of Science, child, adult, and family services; Logan William Pals, Bachelor of Science, industrial engineering; Abdu Jaffar Shaikh, graduated cum laude, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering; Brian Burnell Walker, Master of Architecture, architecture; Laurie Ann Walker, Master of Science, food science and human nutrition (H SCI); Hannah Marie Wies, graduated cum laude, Bachelor Science, industrial engineering, environmental studies. NASHUA — Patrick Grady McGregor, Bachelor of Science, agricultural studies. OSAGE — Krista Ann Fox, Master of Accounting, accounting; Shelby Ann Johnson, Bachelor of Science, agricultural studies; Kyle Benjamin Lutz, Bachelor of Science, economics; Sarah Kaye Sletten, Master of Accounting, accounting. RICEVILLE — Theodore David Bechtum, graduated summa cum laude, Bachelor Sci-
ence, civil engineering. ROCKWELL — Blake Jeffrey Schultz, Bachelor of Science, journalism and mass communication. RUDD — Jacob William Miller, Bachelor of Science, animal ecology. ST. ANSGAR — Danyelle Anita Rustad Freeman, Bachelor of Science, finance. STACYVILLE — Adam Joseph Bissen, Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering.
Hawkeye Community College graduates WATERLOO — Hawkeye Community College released its list of 2011 fall semester graduates. North Iowa graduates are as follows: ALGONA — Meghan
Mayer, Associate in Arts, liberal arts; Dustin White, Associate in Arts, liberal arts; David Erdman, Diploma, natural resources management. CHARLES CITY — Levi Kielsmeier, Associate in Applied Science, CNC machine technology; Kallie Hoeft, Associate in Arts, liberal arts. CLEAR LAKE — Natasha Schaller, Associate in Arts, liberal arts. GREENE — Alecia Landers, Associate in Applied Science, early childhood education. HAMPTON — Terra Rooney, Associate in Applied Arts, interior design. MASON CITY — Kristen Ehlers, Diploma, office specialist. NASHUA — Megan Miller, Associate in
Applied Science, associate degree in nursing; Matthew Dettmer, Associate in Applied Science, CNC machine technology; Megan Miller, Associate in Science, liberal arts; Tami Rosol, Diploma, practical nursing. PLAINFIELD — Rebecca Rademaker, Associate in Arts, liberal arts.
Augustana College Dean’s List SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Alan Julius, of Mason City, was named to the Dean’s List for the 2011-12 fall semester, at Augustana College. The Dean’s List recognizes full-time students who have a minimum of 10 credit hours with grade point averages of 3.5 or above.
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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Meistersinger Honor Choir Festival ALGONA — Several North Iowa musicians participated in the 2012 Meistersinger Honor Choir Festival on Jan. 14 at Wartburg College in Waverly. Over 400 musicians from five states took part in the event. The afternoon of rehearsing concluded with a public concert highlighted by a performance from world famous opera singer, Simon Estes. Those students who participated: Algona High School — Emily Banwart, Hunter Buscherfeld, Scott Haas, Alex Harms, Krystyna Diggins, Nicole Kenne, Braden Menke, MaKayla Metzger, Madison Waldo, and Joanna Wilson; Jamie Kelley, director. Belmond-Klemme High School — Bridgette Nelson; Jackie Burk, director. Bishop Garrigan High School, Algona — Sophia Kaduce, Philip Detrick and Nick Bronk; Linda M. Ferjak, director. CAL Community School — Gabriela Gomey, Clara Arnold, Alicia Cano, Megan Lubben, Austin Blayer, Ben Fahrmann, Billy Sosa and Daniel Sosa; Elizabeth Nannenga, director. Central Springs High School — MiKayla Ahrens, Marissa Leake, Emily Overy, Libby Cota, Kelby Schultz, Matt Tweeten, Gunnar Marino, Marissa Mackin, Emily Schumacker and Amanda Hargis; Susan Carrott, director. Clear Lake High School — Stefanie Danhour, McKenzie McLaughlin, Beth Meester, Sarah Stephany, Paige Holt, Mike Asbe and Levi Halfpap; Paul Langholz, director. Newman Catholic High School — Anna Henrich and Alicia Anderson; director, Allison Day. West Fork High School — Michelle Stille, McKenna Robinson, Ayla Stumpf, Morgan Wood, RaeAnna Eastman, Krista Cordes, Tori Hurley, Sam Hanig, Vaughn Young, Tyler Conlon, Evan Meester and Matt Retz.
Creighton University Dean’s List OMAHA, Neb. — The following North Iowa students were named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester of the 2011-12 academic year at Creighton University. Full-time students who earn a 3.5 grade point average or better, on a 4.0 scale are eligible for the Dean’s List. MASON CITY — Michael Dunlay, Kylie Regan. CLEAR LAKE — Robert Berry. LIVERMORE — Brittany Berte. PARKERSBURG — Carly Russell.
Mercy College of Health Sciences honors DES MOINES — Two Clear Lake students were among those recognized for academic honors following the fall 2011 semester at Mercy College of Health Sciences. Christopher Holland was named to the President’s List (grade point average of 3.75 or higher). Mandy Van Oort was named to the Dean’s List (grade point average between 3.5 and 3.749).
BRIDAL SHOPS The Bridal Theatre 139 W. 4th St., St. Ansgar, IA 50472 641.713.2303 www.bridaltheatre.com Our First Priority is YOU-Everything for your Special Occasion...from gowns and tuxes to all of the accessories; add to that exceptional personal service, and you have the wedding you’ve dreamed of! Stay close to home-where it doesn’t cost more, it’s just nicer at The Bridal Theatre in St. Ansgar. 641- 713-2303 www.bridaltheatre.com Store Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-3pm Formalities 641.423-6124 21 2nd St NE, Mason City formalitiesbridalwear.com email@example.com Formalities has been serving the North Iowa area for over 50 years. Formalities carries bridal gowns, bridesmaids, flowergirls, mothers gowns, prom gowns and all the accessories needed for your special day. Formalities has an elite group of seamstresses that can create that perfect fit! Formalities carries gowns in all sizes from infant to plus sizes. We have hundreds of gowns to choose from - buy right off the rack or place a special order - we’ll help you through the whole process. Formalities also carries fashion handbags/purses! Formalities was awarded the North Iowa Readers Choice once again! Shop Formalities! Formalities is now offering tuxedo rentals! Bliss Bridal and Formalwear 641.201.1032 2810 South Federal Ave., Mason City Open 7 days a week for your convenience www.blissformalwear.com Find your bliss at North Iowa’s newest and largest bridal and formalwear superstore! Sweet Things, etc. and Sir Knight formalwear have come together to provide the area with the largest selection in the area. We provide unparalleled customer service and of course in-house alterations. We require appointments for bridal consultations so that we can spend quality time helping you find the perfect gown. Come say yes to your dress at Bliss! Sew Heavenly Creations LLC 641.892.4111 209 W. Gilman St. Sheffield, IA Open W, F 12 Noon-5pm; Tu, Th 12 Noon-7pm; Sat 10am-2pm; Closed Monday Appointments welcome. www.sewheavenlycreations.net Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Let us help you make your wedding day special. We have a variety of bridal gowns, bridesmaid dresses, mother and grandmother gowns. We provide
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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. MacNider Art Museum 641.421.3666 303 Second Street SE, Mason City email@example.com Unforgettable weddings, distinguished receptions. An elegant setting to make lasting memories. Duncan Community Ballroom 641.843.3353 4 miles west of Garner www.duncanballroom.com Seating for 500, 40x70 dance floor. Serve your own food/caterers welcome. Meeting room available. Mason City Moose Lodge Family Center 641.423.1873 22 4th St. NW, Mason City The Moose Lodge Family Center rents their ballroom out for weddings and other occasions. Food available. Call after 3 p.m. or stop in for details. TRAVEL Allen Travel Agency & Cruise Quest 641.357.5223 or 800.475.5223 300 1st Ave. N., Clear Lake We are your full time professional travel planners and cruise vacation specialist, in service since 1951. TUXEDOS Moorman Clothiers 641.423.5222 / 2 South Federal, Mason City firstname.lastname@example.org www.moormanclothiers.com Your Tuxedo Professionals WEDDING SITE AND RECEPTION PM Park 15297 Rainy Drive South Shore, Clear Lake 641.357.1991 or 641.529.2222 www.pmpark.net Wedding site, reception and lodging available all on beautiful Clear Lake. 2012 Limited Dates Available! Taking bookings for 2013 now!
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Cody, O’Leary MASON CITY — Annie O’Leary and William Cody were united in marriage Dec. 1, 2011, at the Cerro Gordo County Courthouse. They had family present to witness and share in the exchange of their vows. A reception with their families was held at the Rib Crib following the ceremony. The couple work and reside in Mason City.
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LATIMER — Bob Trager and Nancy (Anderson) Trager of Latimer, Iowa, were married Feb. 2, 1962, at Immanuel UCC in Latimer, Iowa. The couple will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. on Alitz, 65 years Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012, at MASON CITY — Clifford and Arlene Alitz of Mason Immanuel UCC in City, Iowa, were married Jan. 29, 1947. The couple will Latimer, Iowa. The couple celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary. Cards can be sent to Clifford and Arlene Alitz at Nora has requested no gifts, Springs Care Center, 907 W. Congress St., Nora Springs, please. The couple’s children IA 50458. and their spouses are Jill Trager of Ames; Eric and Looking for the Penny Trager of Audubon; latest news? Huygens, 55 years and Sarah and Thomas Look us up at Grable of Byron Center, MASON CITY — Donald Mich. They have two W. and Margaret A. (Jenkglobegazette.com. granddaughters, Jessica ins) Huygens were married Trager of Des Moines and on Feb. 2, 1957, at the DanShelby Trager of Ames. forth Chapel in Iowa City. They have two sons, James (Jill) of West Des Moines and Tom (Sheryl) of Clarksville, Iowa, and grandchildren Meredith, NOTHING RIDES LIKE A SKI-DOO®. Addison, Michael and Christopher. Cards may be sent to: 422 S. Tenn. Place, #2, Mason City, IA 50401.
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