[Masthead] Fair ~ 57°F  
High: 75°F ~ Low: 43°F
Friday, Oct. 24, 2014

Stories from Wednesday, February 2, 2005

Schumacher/Edwards (02/02/05)
Ruth Schumacher and Craig Edwards were united in marriage on June 12, 2004 at Summit Church in Alta. Parents of the couple are Jolene Schumacher of Cherokee, Gary Schumacher of Denver, Colo., John and Beth Ann Edwards of Clive. Dinner and dancing followed at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Storm Lake,...
Nairn/Schutt (02/02/05)
Ron and Diana Nairn of Pierson wish to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter Kelli Jo to Ryan Schutt, son of Debra Schutt and the late Dennis Schutt of Cherokee. The bride-to-be is presently attending Western Iowa Technical Community College in Sioux City and is seeking a degrees in Physical...
Bechen/Dunn (02/02/05)
The parents of Angela Bechen and Nick Dunn, Kurt and Cindy Seuntjens of Danbury, Nick Bechen of Bellevue, Neb. and Paul and Deb Dunn of Lawton, announce the couple's forthcoming marriage on April 2005. The bride-to-be grandparents are Ellsworth and Grace Schechinger of Manilla, LaDean and MaryAnn Bechen of Ida Grove and Clair and Madeline Seuntjens of Danbury. The groom-to-be grandparents are Marian Holzman of Alton...
Martin/Hickey (02/02/05)
The parents of Katy Martin of Lawrence, Kan., Deb and Mark Cozine and Robin and Patrice Martin, all of Cherokee, announce the engagement and forth-coming marriage of their daughter to Edward Hickey IV, also of Lawrence, the son of Trish and Rick McCullough of Naples, Fla. and Ed and Gabrielle Hickey of Ft. Meyers Beach, Fla...
Toland/Hueser (02/02/05)
Gregg and Elizabeth Toland of Charlotte, N.C. are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Toland of Grayslake, Ill., to Michael Hueser of Waukegan, Ill. Hueser is the son of Tom and Martha Hueser of Marcus...
All too real (02/02/05)
It is easy to become numbed by the nightly reports of deaths and injuries in the Iraq war. When the casualty is someone we know, the war becomes more than a collection of impersonal statistics. As verbal accounts and letters to the editor attest, Nathan Schubert was a much beloved young man before his death in a helicopter crash on Jan. 26...