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Mason City, Iowa ✦ Sunday, August 4, 2013

70th Birthday

Happy 50th Anniversary!

My Grandma, Kay Kopacek Is about to turn 70.

Larry Hicok and

Join us for a SURPRISE birthday party from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 11, at St. Patrick’s Church Hall in Britt. No gifts please!

Sharon Thompson Hicok were married Aug. 11, 1963, at the Evangelical United Brethren Church in Van Meter, Iowa.

Lindsey Kopacek says “Let’s really surprise Grandma!”

Engaged

Engaged Tiffany Lynn Timm and Jordon William Seidel will be married Sept. 14, 2013, at the Kimball Avenue United Methodist Church in Waterloo, Iowa.

Katie May and Nolan Harmon will be married on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, in Omaha, Neb.


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Ostmo, 50 years MASON CITY — Jim and Norma (Butcher) Ostmo of Mason City, Iowa, were married Aug. 3, 1963, at the First Methodist Church in Mason City. The couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at the Historic Park Inn in Mason City. The couple’s children are Sheryl (and Kerry) Kennedy of Clinton, Iowa, Kathy (and Tullio) Hofstad of Tampa, Fla., and Nancy (and Thomas) Ball of Mason City. They have four grandsons, Chris and Doug Kennedy and Matt and Josh Ball.

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ROCKFORD — Larry Hicok and Sharon Thompson Hicok of Rockford, Iowa, were married Aug. 11, 1963, at the Evangelical United Brethren Church in Van Meter, Iowa. The couple will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Cards can be sent to Larry and Sharon Hicok at 2009 Echo Ave., Rockford, IA 50468. The couple’s children and their spouses are Kent and Kathie Hicok (Kaylah and Kole) in Dallas Center, Iowa, Kurt and Cyndi Hicok (Delaney and Ainslie) in Eagan, Minn., Kevin and Bridie Hicok (Jon) in Las Vegas, Nev. All of Larry and Sharon’s children and grandchildren will enjoy being together to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the best parents and grandparents anyone could ask for! We love you!

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MARRIED

Miland, 60 years

Jorgensen, Kruger

BELMOND — Dolvin (Dolly) Miland and Donna Dirks of Belmond, Iowa, were married Aug. 15, 1953, at St. Olaf Lutheran Church, in Austin, Minn. The couple will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a family dinner on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013. The couple has requested no gifts please. Cards can be sent to Dolvin (Dolly) and Donna Miland at 603 Luick Lane S., Belmond, IA 50421. The couple’s children and their spouses are Greg and Nona Miland of Bel-

GRAFTON — Shea Kruger and Michael Jorgensen were married June 22, 2013, at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Grafton, Iowa, by Pastors David Werges and Linda Prestholt. Shea is the daughter of Neil and Laurene Kruger of Grafton, Iowa. Michael is the son of John and Laura Jorgensen of Clinton, Iowa. The maid of honor was Kristen Morrow. The bride’s attendants were Morgan Wilde, Rayna Gasteiger, Kimberly Morische, and Larisa Kruger. The best man was Caleb Evers. The groom’s attendants were Ben Jorgensen, Andy Jorgensen, Dan Schimerowski, and Travis Kruger. The flower girl was

mond, Darla and Ron Olson of LuVerne, and Lynn Miland of St Louis Park, Minn. They have five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

THANK YOU Great Job, Summer Readers!

Meints, 50 years THORNTON — Ivan and Patty (Graham) Meints of Thornton invite you to an open house from 2-4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 11, at the Evangelical Free Church in Clear Lake. The Meints are celebrating 50 years of marriage. Ivan and Patty were married Dec. 7, 1963, in the chapel of the United Methodist Church in Mason City. They lived in Thornton their whole married life where they farmed as a family. They have four children, Wendy (Alan) Lunning, Hanlontown, Tammy (Scott) Berry, Austin, Texas, Steve Meints, Mason City, and Dave (Gretchen) Meints, Waterloo. They also have 10 wonderful loving grandchildren. The couple celebrated with their kids with a trip to Italy. Come help us celebrate with good food and good memories. Our Blessed gift is your presence.

The 2013 Mason City Public Library Children’s and Young Adult Summer Reading Programs were a huge success! We had over 1,100 fantastic participants this year and we had so much fun! Kids and teens participated in weekly story times, crafts, contests and were able to attend some great special performances. We are very proud of our kids and teens, because all together they read over 600,000 minutes! Special thanks go to all of our sponsors: Blank Park Zoo, Cerro Gordo County Community Foundation, Friends of the Library, Godfather’s Pizza, Historic Park Inn, The North Iowa Bulls, North Iowa Therapy Associates, Northwestern Steakhouse, Perkins, River City Sunrise Rotary, Roller City and the Stratford Foundation. Because of you, we were able to offer excellent programming and amazing prizes this summer! Thank you to all of our special performers: IPTV’s

Dan Wardell, Eddy Weiss of Chasing4Life, musician Hans Mayer, magician Jeff Quinn, Vicki Stinson of the Supernatural Research Society of Iowa and The Zoo Man. A big thank you goes to the Mason City Public Library staff, especially Director Mary Markwalter and the Youth Services staff, for all of your hard work and dedication. And of course, thank you so very much to all of our wonderful patrons, we are so proud of all of the hard work you’ve done this summer! — Kellie Jensen, Children’s Services Librarian, Mason City Public Library

Sophia Gordon and the ring bearers were Grant and Ethan Gordon. The bride and groom are both medical students at Iowa City, Iowa. The couple resides in Iowa City, Iowa.

NEW ARRIVAL Scarlett Sherrard MASON CITY — Rob and Amber Sherrard, of St. Ansgar, are the parents of a daughter, Scarlett Belle, born at 7:44 a.m. June 28, 2013, in Mason City. She weighed 8 pounds, 4.8 ounces, and was 19.5 inches long. She is welcomed by big sisters: Aubrey and Brayli and grandparents: Glenn and Lori Cimmiyotti, Stacyville; Bob and Jane Sher-

rard, Grafton, and greatgrandparents: Gordy Cimmiyotti, Stacyville, and Dorothy Sherrard, Northwood.

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Waldron, Beard

May, Harmon KATIE MAY, of Chillicothe, Mo., is the daughter of David and Terri May of Chillicothe, Mo. Katie graduated from Northwest Missouri State University in 2007, and is employed by Stonebridge First Financial Group in Omaha, Neb. NOLAN HARMON, of Forest City, Iowa, is the son of Jim and Lisa Steffen of Forest City, Iowa, and Bryce and Sheyl Harmon of Mason City. Nolan graduated from Buena Vista University in 2008, and is employed by DePuy Orthopaedics in Omaha, Neb. The couple will be married on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, in Omaha, Neb.

THANK YOU

Theilen, Appel Vicky Theilen and Scott Appel will be married on Aug. 31, 2013, at the Little Brown Church in Nashua, Iowa. Vicky is the daughter of Albert and Virginia Theilen of Mason City, Iowa, and is employed by Kaman in Mason City, Iowa. Scott is the son of Rodney and Joanne Appel of Charles City, Iowa, and is employed by Curries in Mason City, Iowa. The couple will reside in Nora Springs, Iowa.

THANK YOU

Mort’s Water Company Casey’s Roller City Mason City Park & Rec (Never Known to Fail) North Iowa Youth Cen3 Eagles CommunicaOh, Most Beautiful Flower of Mt. Carmel, Fruitful ter tions Vine, Splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of Northern Wind Stables Universal Printing God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Cerro Gordo County Mason City McDonOh Star of the Son, help me and show me herein you Farm Bureau ald’s are my Mother. Iowa Trolley Park Mason City Culvers Oh, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and J & J Machining, WeldWal-Mart Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my ing and Fabricating Target heart to succor me in my necessity (make request). Mike Prestby, Golden Hy-Vee East There are none that can withstand your power. Magic Productions Thank you all for makOh Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have New York Life ing the Make A Wish recourse to thee (three times). Mason City Fire Kid’s Carnival & Laser Holy Mary, I place this cause in your hands (three Department Tag Party a fun and suctimes). Cerro Gordo County cessful event! We can’t Say this prayer for three consecutive days. Sheriff wait until Wish Week You must publish it and it will be granted to you. Hy-Vee West 2014 to do it again! — F.D. Pepsi Co.

Prayer to the Blessed Virgin

Thank You

JANICE CARLENE WALDRON, of Ventura, Iowa, is the daughter of Rita and Brian Waldron. Janice is the granddaughter of Jerome and Carlene Kuhn, New Hampton, and Janice L. Waldron (and the late Donald Waldron) of Winter Park, Colo. DAMIAN LEE BEARD, of Mason City, Iowa, is the son of Terri Cosselman, Mason City, and Rod and Mindy Beard, Marshalltown Iowa. Damian is the grandson of Lynn and LaVern Cosselman and Jim and Marilyn Beard, all of Marshalltown, Iowa. Both Janice and Damian are 2011 graduates of Ventura High School and 2013 graduates of North Iowa Area Community College. Janice is pursuing an Elementary and Early Childhood Education Degree at Buena Vista University. She works with the Youth Program at the YMCA, Mason City. Damian is an auctioneer and a graduate of the World Wide College of Auctioneering, Mason City. He is a Realtor with Anchor Realty in Clear Lake. Damian also works at Apple Valley Assisted Living. He is also pursuing his business degree. Damian and Janice are owners of Beard Bid Auctions LLC. The couple will be married at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at Grace Evangelical Free Church in Mason City, Iowa.

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BIRTHDAYS My Grandma, Kay Kopacek Is about to turn 70.

ACHIEVEMENTS Teri Gustin

Look who turns 60 on Aug. 6. If you see her, tell her Happy Birthday!

Love, “Mom,” Ron and family

THANK YOU Prayer to the Blessed Virgin (Never Known to Fail) Oh, Most Beautiful REINBECK — Jean Porro, of Reinbeck, will celebrate Flower of Mt. Carmel, her 80th birthday at a family dinner, Aug. 3. Fruitful Vine, Splendor of She was born Aug. 1, 1933. Heaven, Blessed Mother of Greetings may be sent to Jean at the following the Son of God, Immacuaddress: 701 Albert St., Reinbeck, IA 50669. No gifts are late Virgin, assist me in my Lindsey Kopacek says “Let’s really surprise Grandma!” requested. necessity. Oh Star of the Son, help me and show me herein you are my Mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Mother Jolly. mary Weaver. First-place — Hannah of God, Queen of Heaven Duesey D’ Arts Adult Division 2D People’s Choice award Wellik; second-place — and Earth, I humbly winners First-place — Barbara — Madeline Hinz. Miranda Jolly. beseech you from the bot2D 9th-12th Grade Johnson; second-place — GARNER — “Color Your tom of my heart to succor Annette Clay. First-place — Miriah World,” was the theme of me in my necessity (make St. Olaf Dean’s List 3D Adult Division the Garner Public Library’s Dillavou; second-place — request). NORTHFIELD, Minn. First-place — Bobbie Duesey D’ Arts 2013 event Reane Lau; third-place — There are none that can Haverson; second-place — — St. Olaf College Emily Brown. Honorable held July 13. withstand your power. released its Dean’s List for mention — Dakota McNa- Julie Jolly; third-place — Winners were: Oh Mary, conceived the spring 2013 semester. without sin, pray for us Kelli Hinz. mara. 2D Preschool-3rd The Dean’s List recogCraft Division 3D Preschool-3rd grade Grade: First place — who have recourse to thee nizes students with a 9th-12th Grade First-place — Bethany Mason Albrecht, second(three times). semester grade point First-place — Dakota place — Nolan Balk; third- Wacker. Holy Mary, I place this average of 3.75 or higher 3D 4th-6th Grade McNamara. place, Aleah Brown. cause in your hands (three on a 4.00 scale. Craft Division First-place — Rachel 2D 4th-6th Grade times). Students named to the Adult Division Wacker; second-place — First place — Abbey Say this prayer for three list include: Lydia Feld Micah Wacker; third-place First-place and Best of Case; second-place — consecutive days. Molly Sperrs. Show — Don Gifford; sec- man, of Clear Lake, and Madeline Hinz; thirdYou must publish it and Michael Betz and Erin 3D 7th-8th Grade ond-place — Matya Hulplace — Patrick Carew. it will be granted to you. Lucas, both of Mason City. First-place — Ashley ing; third-place — Rose2D 7th-8th Grade — M.S. Join us for a SURPRISE birthday party from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 11, at St. Patrick’s Church Hall in Britt. No gifts please!

Jean Porro, 80

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Riverland College honors list AUSTIN, Minn. — The following North Iowa students were named to the Riverland Community College spring honors list. To be eligible for the President’s List students must have completed 12 credits per semester and earned a grade point average of 4.00 on a 4.00 scale. To be eligible for the Dean’s List students must have completed 12 credits per semester and earned a grade point average of 3.25 to 3.99 on a 4.00 scale. GARNER — Autumn Glidden, Dean’s List. LAKE MILLS — Danyel Cardona, Dean’s List; Karri Christenson, Dean’s List; Jennifer Henderson, Dean’s List; Jacqueline Imler, Dean’s List; Josh Perez, Dean’s List, Elida Soto, Dean’s List. MCINTIRE _ Daniel Offen, Dean’s List. OSAGE _ Lance Martin, President’s List. SCARVILLE _ Curtis Fell, Dean’s List. STACYVILLE _ Laura Hemann, Dean’s List. THOMPSON _ Rebekah Wright, Dean’s List.

Emory University graduate ATLANTA, Ga. — Simona Curhova, of Osage, received an Associate of Arts degree from Oxford College of Emory University, at its 168th commencement ceremony on May 11. Curhova was also named to the Merit List for the 2013 spring semester. Students must earn a grade point average of 3.0 or higher during the previous semester to be named to the Merit List.


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ENGAGED Kuntz, Cimmiyotti JENNA KUNTZ, of Grafton, Iowa, is the daughter of Brent and Julie Kuntz. She is a 2012 graduate of The University of Iowa and a 2013 graduate of Mayo School of Health Sciences. Jenna is employed by Mayo Clinic Health System-Franciscan Healthcare in La Crosse, Wis. LOGAN CIMMIYOTTI, of Stacyville, Iowa, is the son of Glenn and Lori Cimmiyotti. He is a 2013 graduate of The University of Iowa Tippie College of Business. Logan is employed by Logistics Health Incorporated in La Crosse, Wis. The couple will be mar-

ried Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Grafton, Iowa.

BIRTHDAY Tenold, Nelson

Hassman, Wessels

JENNIFER TENOLD, of St. Paul, Minn., is the daughter of John and Mary Tenold of Northwood, Iowa. Jennifer graduated from Luther College in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in Health and The College of St. Scholastica in 2012 with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree. She is employed by Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in Maple Grove, Minn. RYNE NELSON, of St. Paul, Minn., is the son of Jerry and Cindy Nelson, Mason City, Iowa, and Donna GrantNelson, St. Peter, Minn. Ryne graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology in 2008, and is employed by Gerdau Steel in St. Paul, Minn. The couple will be married on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, at TPC Golf Club in Twin Cities, Minn.

TAYLER WESSELS of Dike, Iowa, is the daughter of Jon and Teresa Wessels of Dike, Iowa. She is a graduate of Central College in Pella, Iowa, with a Spanish and Linguistics major. Tayler is employed by Insurance IQ in Cedar Falls, Iowa. JASON HASSMAN of Cedar Falls, Iowa, is the son of Susan H. Brewer of Clear Lake, Iowa, and Randy L. Hassman of Nora Springs, Iowa. He is a graduate of Central College in Pella, Iowa, with a Business Management major. Jason is employed as an insurance trust monitor in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The couple will be married at 7 p.m. Sept. 7, 2013, at St. John Lutheran Church, Cedar Falls, Iowa.

THANK YOU Thank You Donald Fraser, 90 DES MOINES — Donald Fraser, of Des Moines, formerly of Mason City, will celebrate his 90th birthday at a family dinner on Saturday, Aug. 10, in Des Moines. Donald Fraser was born Aug. 10, 1923. Please help him celebrate his special day by sending a card to the following address: 901 Clinton Ave., Des Moines IA 50313. He requests no gifts, please.

The city of Nora Springs would like to extend a thank you to the Nora Springs Volunteer Fire Department. Their prompt response during the storms earlier this summer was greatly appreciated. The fire department volunteers are truly a unique and generous group of individuals that need to be commended on all they do in our community and the surrounding communities. The citizens of Nora Springs should feel proud of our fire department and support them whole heartedly.

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ENGAGED

DAY TO REMEMBER

MEMORIAL Jon Tumilson

Ordination

Timm, Seidel

Two years ago you answered the call and climbed aboard the chopper Extortion 17 by name, We miss you every second of every single day, but are so proud of the man you became. The date will always be etched in our hearts — “86-11,” And we will never forget you and your 29 brothers who sacrificed it all and went to be warriors in heaven. You let us all know how much you loved your life as a Navy SEAL, But to friends and family you were a soldier doing his job, not a “big deal.” We try to live strong and make our lives worth the life you gave, As we appreciate our freedoms that you fought so hard to save. You were a great son,

brother, uncle and friend, And gave us so many great memories right up to the end. So rest now soldier, your job on earth is done, As now with the angels you do run.

Love you forever and always, Mama, Pops and family

Katie Pedelty Chullino has accepted her first call to Centennial Lutheran Church in Englewood, Colo. She was ordained on Aug. 3, 2013, in Englewood, Colo. Her parents are Kirk and Melanie Pedelty, grandparents Amy and the late Herbert Webner and Mary and the late Roger Pedelty. Portland #6 School Reunion Katie was raised, baptized and confirmed at Our Saviours Lutheran Church in Mason City. A potluck reunion for May God Bless Katie and her husband Anthony former students of Portin their ministry. land # 6 Country School will be held Saturday, Aug. 17, in Portland. Bring photos, memorabilia, memories and a lawn chair. and what year this was If anyone has informaIce Cream Social to be held August 11 taken, etc.) Please contact tion (who is in the picture Susan Bier at 423-2409. The Churches of Clear Lake, Iowa, will hold their annual Ice Cream Social in Clear Lake City Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 11, 2013, in conjunction with the Thank You Clear Lake Evening Lions sweet corn/hamburger event. The Interfaith Fellowship for Community Action (IFCA) The family of David Waddingham would like to thank Thank You sponsors this fundraiser to support joint ministries in our family and friends for the outpouring of thoughts, Clear Lake. Proceeds will go to support emergency services prayers, visits, cards, food and memorials. We would Words can barely express our gratitude for the love also like to thank those who joined us in the celebration to stranded travelers, local needy in emergency situations, shared with us during Tom’s final days and on July 20th of his life, including the Garner Fire Department, Pastor Thanksgiving and Christmas community dinners, comat the celebration of his life. We’ve been blessed by the Kozisek and Pastor Lavrenz. We truly appreciate every- munity worship service such as Baccalaureate. In addition, kind words, hugs, memories, visits, cards and gifts IFCA contributes funds to various service and outreach one who helped us remember our husband, father and shared with us. organizations in the North Iowa area. grandfather. God Bless you all. Thank you, Ice cream cones, sundaes and ice cream cookie sand— Tom Treloar’s family Thank You wiches will be available for purchase. This is a fun opportunity to support the local ministries while enjoying great Thank you Thank you to all my friends and relatives for coming ice cream and Christian music which will be provided by to my 80th birthday open house. You helped make it Thank you for all the birthday cards and well wishes local musicians. Join us in the park for the Ice Cream Social for my 80th birthday. very special. — Jim Fountas on Sunday, Aug. 11, 2013. — Duane Polsdofer

TIFFANY LYNN TIMM of Waterloo, Iowa, is the daughter of Peggy Henson and Richard Timm of Waterloo, Iowa. Tiffany graduated in 2004 from Waterloo West High School, Waterloo, Iowa. She is employed by Pepsi Beverage Co. in Waterloo, Iowa. JORDON WILLIAM SEIDEL of Waterloo, Iowa, is the son of Sally and the late Mark Gard of Mason City, Iowa, and Brad Seidel of Mason City, Iowa. Jordon graduated in 2003 from Mason City High School, Mason City, Iowa. He is employed by CBE Group in Waterloo, Iowa. The couple will be married Sept. 14, 2013, at the Kimball Avenue United Methodist Church in Waterloo, Iowa.

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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Hess, Troy Michael Jandebeur, Tanzeh Bashirah IOWA CITY — Some Khan, Chandler Marie 4,000 undergraduate Rognes, Rebecca Marie students at the Universi- Rosenthal, Kristin Alice ty of Iowa were named to Weigel. the Dean’s List for the FERTILE — Jacob Har2013 spring semester. vey Schiller. Undergraduate stuFLOYD — Eric Stratton dents in the College of Bailey. Liberal Arts and SciFOREST CITY — ences, the College of Alexandra Mary Bagley, Engineering, and the Jenna Caroline Tippie College of BusiFriederich, Tyler Putz, ness who achieve a grade Drew Michael Tweeten. point average of 3.50 or HAMPTON — Drew higher on 12 semester James Hannah. hours or more of UI gradIONIA — Katelyn Elized course work during a abeth Marion. given semester or sumJOICE — Julia Kristine mer session, are included Jessen. in the Dean’s List. LAKE MILLS — Darcy Undergraduate stuNelson, Phillip Erick dents in the Roy J. and Rice. Lucille A. Carver College LAKOTA — Emily Anna of Medicine may qualify Davids. for the Dean’s List with LIVERMORE — Sarah fewer than 12 semester Alyssa Berte. hours of graded credit if MASON CITY — Jeff deemed appropriate by Allen Blinkmann, Claire the college. N. Boehmer, Hannah Beginning in the fall Alisa Bray, Sarah Michele 2011, College of Nursing Casey, Chase Catherine students participating in Crane, Ruth Lapointe, clinical courses must Hannah Lassise, Maxwell have a total of 12 semesBrock Lassise, Brooke ter hours of earned cred- Nicole Lichty, Kelly Ann it, with eight semester McCarthy, Aaron Morse, hours of graded credit Kelly Jo Quade, Ellison with a grade point averStephanie Theresa Ruen, age of 3.50 or higher. Samantha Rae Thomazin, North Iowa students Allison Kay Ulstad. named to the Dean’s List NASHUA — Clint include: James Matthews. ALGONA — Rachael E. NORTHWOOD — Black, Nyle James LarJanet Marie Lawler. son, Lauren Elizabeth OSAGE — Emma Ann Linahon, Gavin Alan Boehmer, Mary Rose Meyer. Johnson, Adam Hamilton BODE — Elsie Felicidad Phillips, Sawyer Michael How. Small. CHARLES CITY — PLAINFIELD — Cole Maxwell Darvin James Smith. Anderegg, Bryson ROCKFORD — Caitlin Kruthoff, Kelsey Troy Ann Barnes. McKeag, Nicholas MelRUDD — William rose, Keith Rottinghaus, Michael Campbell. Christopher Matthew ST. ANSGAR — Angela Sande. Lynn Mayer. CLEAR LAKE — KaitSTACYVILLE — Logan lyn Louise Chizek, Todd Ronald Cimmiyotti. Grove Dummett, Paxton WESLEY —Abigail Thomas Farmer, Nicholas Lynne Reding. Daniel Glynn, Morgan C.

U of I Dean’s List

U of I President’s List IOWA CITY — Approximately 300 undergraduate students at the University of Iowa were named to the President’s List for the 2013 spring semester. The President’s List was established in the fall of 1983 to recognize academic excellence. To be named to the list, a student must have a minimum 4.0 grade point average (4.0 is an A), in all academic subjects for the preceding two semesters, with a total of at least 12 semester hours of credit per semester, during that period. North Iowa students named to the President’s List include: CHARLES CITY — Christopher Matthew Sande. CLEAR LAKE — Todd Grove Dummett, Nicholas Daniel Glynn, Tanzeh Bashirah Khan. FOREST CITY — Jenna Caroline Friederich. MASON CITY — Jeff Allen Blinkmann, Ellison Stephanie Theresa Ruen. OSAGE — Emma Ann Boehmer. PLAINFIELD — Cole James Smith.

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RIT graduate ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Emilee Linahon, of Mason City, graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology following the spring 2013 quarter. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in ASL-English interpretation from RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

Winona graduate WINONA, Minn. — Amanda Ruby, of Lakota, received a Bachelor of Social Work degree following the 2013 spring term at Winona State University.

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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS sa Lynn Ruiz, Bachelor of Business Administration, IOWA CITY — The marketing; Laura Lynne University of Iowa awarded Scribbins, Bachelor of an estimated 5,200 degrees Business Administration, at the close of the 2013 finance, marketing; Kristin spring session. Alice Weigel, Bachelor of North Iowa students Science, integrative physireceiving degrees include: ology; Benjamin Michael ALGONA — Byron Hugh Welper, Bachelor of SciBlack, Juris Doctor. ence, leisure studies, and BANCROFT — Lucas certificate, entrepreneurDominick Bernhard, Bach- ship. elor of Business AdminisDOUGHERTY — Sean tration, accounting. Michael Staudt, Bachelor BRITT — Bethany Docia of Science, chemistry. Jackson, Bachelor of Arts, FERTILE — Jacob HarEnglish, theatre arts. vey Schiller, Bachelor of CHARLES CITY — Arts, political science, theSamantha Kathleen Boge, atre arts. Bachelor of Arts, commuFOREST CITY — Jenna nication studies, and cer- Caroline Friederich, Bachtificate in fundraising and elor of Science in Nursing; philanthropy communica- Todd James Thorson, Mastion; Jared Coen Burns, ter of Science, chemical Bachelor of Arts, linguisand biochemical engineertics; Bradley Cline, Bache- ing. lor of Arts, health and GARNER — Monica Rose human physiology; Drew Popowski, Doctor of Dental Heitz, Bachelor of Science, Surgery; Jesse G. Winter, chemistry; Emily Erin Wal- Bachelor of Science, envilace Klatt, Doctor of Phar- ronmental sciences; macy; Bryson Kruthoff, Matthew John Wunsch, Bachelor of Arts, political Master of Science, civil and science; Michael Thomas environmental engineerMcGinn, Bachelor of Sciing. ence, microbiology; Tyler GREENE — Sara Jean O’Brien, Bachelor of Busi- Mouw, Master of Business ness Administration, Administration; Rachel finance, management Alyse Yerkes, Bachelor of information systems; Arts, biology. Bradley David Sloter, Juris HAMPTON — Drew Doctor. James Hannah, Bachelor of CLARION — Amy Lynn Science in Engineering, Keller, Doctor of Medicine; industrial engineering; Chelsey Rae Stecher, cerJanie Ortiz, Bachelor of tificate, physician assisArts, social work, and certant, and Master of Physi- tificate, Critical Cultural cian Assistant. Competence; Kathryn Jerel CLEAR LAKE — Morgan Speake, Bachelor of Arts, C. Hess, Bachelor of Scielementary education; ence, integrative physiolo- Hope Kathleen Spear, gy; Taharat Khan, Bachelor Bachelor of Fine Arts, of Arts, interdepartmental dance, and certificate in studies, psychology; entrepreneurship. Zachary T. Lindquist, LAKE MILLS — James Bachelor of Science, Michael Adams, Bachelor human physiology; Casey of Science, political sciK. O’Brien, Bachelor of ence; Thomas Ray Arts, communication Dillavou, Bachelor of studies, political science; Applied Science, bachelor Danielle Jo Rahm, Bachelor of applied studies; Jaclyn of Arts, economics; Vanes- Marie Haugsdal, Doctor of

U of I graduates

Medicine; Michael Carl Tiedman, Master of Public Health. LUVERNE — Brittany Danielle Fett, Master of Health Administration, health management and policy. MARBLE ROCK — Samantha Sue Dow, Doctor of Pharmacy. MASON CITY — Jonathan Richard Bendickson, Bachelor of Arts, English, journalism and mass communication; Jake Robert Brown, Bachelor of Business Administration, economics, finance; Emily Christiana Byrne, Master of Arts, art; Brittany Ann Carstens, Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Sarah Michele Casey, Bachelor of Arts, biochemistry, and Bachelor of Science in clinical laboratory sciences; Alex Jordon Gemaehlich, Bachelor of Arts, interdepartmental studies, and certificate in entrepreneurship; Christopher James Goetzinger, Doctor of Medicine; Ben J. Lee, Bachelor of Arts, Asian languages and literature; Jordon Lee Monahan, Bachelor of Science, science education; Toni Nicole Myhre, Bachelor of Business Administration, marketing; Jessica Michele Palmer, Bachelor of Music, and Certificate in performing arts entrepreneurship; Elleson Ann Schurtz, Doctor of Medicine; Samantha Rae Thomazin, Bachelor of Science, radiation sciences; Monica Rani Verma, Doctor of Pharmacy. NORA SPRINGS — Amanda Marie Marson, Master of Arts, counseling, rehabilitation and student development. NORTHWOOD — Michael Larson Haugsdal, Doctor of Medicine; Nathan Carl Loberg, Bachelor of Arts, communication studies; Michael Aaron Steiff, Bachelor of

THANK YOU Science in Engineering, civil engineering. OSAGE — Jordan Darvin Crosser, Bachelor of Science, human physiology; Samantha Tracy Funk, Juris Doctor; Lesley Lynn McKinley, Bachelor of Arts, African American studies; Allison Nicole Wagner, Doctor of Medicine. PARKERSBURG — William Earl Aukes, Bachelor of Science, psychology; Colin J. Groeneveld, Bachelor of Business Administration, economics, Thank you finance; Jeremy David Ohrt, Bachelor of Arts, The Buddies for Boobies team would like to thank chemistry. everyone who donated, volunteered, baked, and/or PLYMOUTH — Kayla Jo came to our Breast Cancer Fundraiser! We look forward Harrington, Bachelor of to our 5th Annual fundraiser next year being awesome! Science, biology. ROCKWELL — Taylor Lynn Nuehring, Bachelor of Arts, psychology. RUDD — Megan M. Neal, Bachelor of Arts, interdepartmental studies. ST. ANSGAR — Angela Lynn Mayer, Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Blaine Justin Rourick, Master of Business Administration. STACYVILLE — Logan Ronald Cimmiyotti, Bachelor of Business AdminisTurn those tration, marketing. unwanted items THORNTON — Megan into cash. Jo Wonsmos, Bachelor of Business Administration, Sell them in the management. VENTURA — Rachel Classifieds! Ann Hewitt, Bachelor of They may be just Arts, communication the thing someone studies.

U of Minn - Duluth Dean’s List DULUTH, Minn. — The University of Minnesota Duluth announced its Dean’s List for the 2013 spring semester. Students on the list achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Students named to the list include: Alyssa N. Kerkhoff, of Algona, and Elizabeth Kropf, of Clear Lake.

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AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Grand View Univ. honors lists

Haganman. SHEFFIELD — Stephanie Hubka.

William Penn Univ. honors lists

DES MOINES — Grand View University released its President’s List and Dean’s List for the 2013 spring semester. Students named to the President’s List earned a grade point average of 4.0 while carrying at least 12 hours of classes. Students named to the Dean’s List earned a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale, while carrying at least 12 hours of classes. North Iowa students recognized include: President’s List ALGONA — Mollie Erpelding. BUFFALO CENTER — Amanda Willmert. CLARION — Agbeze Onuma. MASON CITY — Alexa Becker, Kathleen Davenport. Dean’s List ALGONA — John Gifford. GARNER — Rachel Ricke. OSAGE — Samantha Krones.

Simpson College graduates

OSKALOOSA — William Penn University released its President’s List and Dean’s List for the 2013 spring semester. Students named to the President’s List must complete at least 12 hours of credit with a minimum grade point average of 3.9 on a 4.0 scale. Students named to the Dean’s List must complete at least 12 hours of credit with a grade point average of 3.5 to 3.89 on a 4.0 scale. Ciana Kay Peil, of Alexander, was named to the President’s List. Samantha Rae McCauley, of Mason City, was named to the Dean’s List.

INDIANOLA —The following North Iowa students are 2013 spring graduates of Simpson College: MARBLE ROCK — Jesse Stewart, Bachelor of Arts degree in multimedia journalism, graduated cum laude (grade point average of 3.6-3.749). MASON CITY — Stephen Henrich, Bachelor of Arts degree in biochemistry, mathematics and applied philosophy, graduated summa cum laude (grade point average of 3.90-4.00). THORNTON — Kara Engebretson, Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and exercise science.

Minnesota State honor lists

MANKATO, Minn. — The Academic High Honor and Honor Lists for the 2013 spring semester were announced at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Simpson College Students named to the high honor list achieved a honors lists 4.0 grade point average, INDIANOLA — Simpwhile enrolled for at least son College announced its 12 credit hours for the President’s List and Dean’s semester. Students named List for the spring semes- to the honor list earned a ter. 3.5 to 3.99 grade point To be named to the average while enrolled for President’s List a student at least 12 credit hours. must have a grade point North Iowa students average of 4.0. To be recognized include: named to the Dean’s List, a BUFFALO CENTER — student must have a grade Alyssa Thompson, honor point average of 3.70list. 3.99. FOREST CITY — Jacob North Iowa students Bolinger, honor list; Emily recognized include: Jenson, honor list; Jacob President’s List Tweeten, honor list. MARBLE ROCK — Jesse SHEFFIELD — Tyler Stewart. Conlon, high honor list. Dean’s List WHITTEMORE — Chad MASON CITY — Chris- Benson, honor list. tine Meggers, Payton MellWODEN — Aleysha man. Ewald, high honor list. OSAGE — Katherine

Mount Mercy graduates CEDAR RAPIDS — Mount Mercy University held commencement exercises May 19, at the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena. North Iowa graduates include: Brianna Rayhons, of Garner, Bachelor of Science degree, graduated summa cum laude (grade point average of 3.8-4.0), and Hailey Shuler, of Hampton, Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

St. Cloud Dean’s List ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Thomas Gruis, of Clear Lake, was named to the St. Cloud State University Dean’s List for the 2013 spring semester. To be eligible for the honor, students must have a grade point average of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

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ANNIVERSARIES Leerar’s Celebrating 50 Years!

65th Wedding Anniversary Aug. 3, 2013

Farghum, 65 Years Elmer Farghum and Betty (Wentworth) Farghum of Mason City, Iowa, were married Aug. 6, 1948, at the Baptist Church in Cresco, Iowa. The couple will celebrate their 65th anniversary with Lewis Nedved and Barbara (Liska) Nedved were mar- a card shower. Cards can be sent to Elmer and Betty ried Aug. 3, 1948, at the St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church Farghum at 1609 Eighth St. S.W., Mason City, IA 50401. The couple’s children and their spouses are James and in Duncan. Barbara Farghum, Mason City, Iowa, and Terry and They are parents of four children: Mary Ann (Joe) Colleen Farghum, Katy, Texas. Michels, Thomas (Rachel) Nedved, Lewis (Andrea) They have three grandchildren and three greatNedved, and Jolene (Michael) Leerar and eight grandgrandchildren. children: Andrea, Katie, Jon, Adrienne, Alycia, Nathan, Kayla and Jacob. They will celebrate with a family dinner. You may send them a card at 960 Seymour Ave., Garner, IA 50438.

NEW ARRIVAL

NEW ARRIVAL Annalise Nonnweiler

Duane and Paulette (Nedved) Leerar married on Nov. 30, 1963. Please help honor the couple at an open house on Saturday, Aug. 10, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the USDA Building in Garner, Iowa. Hosted by: Mike and Jolene Leerar, Ron Leerar, Greg and Susie Leerar, Sherri and Rod Halfpop and families.

MASON CITY — Jeff and Tiffany Nonnweiler, of Mason City, are parents of a daughter, Annalise Rose born at 2:50 p.m. July 11, 2013, at Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa, Mason City. She weighed 6 pounds, 15.5 ounces, and was 18.5 proud big sister, Izzie and inches long. big brother, Weston. She is welcomed by her

Connor John Duffy MASON CITY — Adam and Jennifer Duffy, of Mason City, are the parents of a son, Connor John Duffy born at 12:43 p.m. March 5, 2013, at Mercy Medical Center — North Iowa, Mason City. He weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces, and was 20½ inches long. Connor is welcomed by a sister, Kennedy.

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