Patricia Lynne Fuller




Anthony Rutgers "Tony" Doughty was born about 1938 in Cook Co., IL.

Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller was born May 21, 1942, at Mercy Hospital, Kane Twp., City of Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA. She is the daughter of Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller of the Village of Rammersweir, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, and Cleo Elizabeth Mikkleson of Grinnell, Poweshiek Co., IA. Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller graduated from Independence Christian High School, Independence, Buchanan Co., IA, in 1960.


   

Thomas "Tom" Bothwell, and Sara (Armstrong) Bothwell, ca. 1943, Iowa. Pictures courtesy of Patti (Fuller) Doughty.


Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller was born May 21, 1942, at Mercy Hospital, Kane Twp., City of Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA.


Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller Birth Certificate.


   

Bessie (Bothwell) Forsen, Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller, Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) Fuller, and Sara (Armstrong) Bothwell, ca. 1943, Iowa. Picture courtesy of Patti (Fuller) Doughty.


   

Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller, Webster City, Harrison Co., IA, ca. 1945. Picture courtesy of Patti (Fuller) Doughty.


The Charles Fuller family, left to right: Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller, Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) Fuller, Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller, and Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller, Webster City, Harrison Co., IA, 1946. Picture courtesy of Beth (Fuller) Ray.


   

The Charles Fuller family, left to right: Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller, Cleo Elizabeth (Mikkleson) Fuller, Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller, and Karl F. "Charles" Fischer/Fuller, Webster City, Harrison Co., IA, 1946. Picture courtesy of Patti (Fuller) Doughty.


The 1950 U. S. Census taken on April 17, 1950, shows Charles Fuller (age 42) born in Germany, and a Naturalized Citizen, is a married Meat Market Manager at a Retail Fareway Foods Market, and is living at 1507 Broadway, Webster City, Hamilton Co., IA. Living with him are: his wife, Cleo F. Fuller (age 32) born in Iowa to United States-born parents, and last year was living in the Same House, and with 12 years of School; his daughter, Patricia Fuller (age 7) born in Iowa; and his daughter, Mary Elizabeth Fuller (age 4) born in Iowa.


   

Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller, and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller, ca. 1951. Picture courtesy of Patti (Fuller) Doughty.


   

Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller, and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller, at Karolina "Lina" (Fischer) Scheibel's house, Omaha, NE, ca. 1952. Picture courtesy of Patti (Fuller) Doughty.


John Forsen, Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller, and Mary Elizabeth "Beth" Fuller, at John Forsen's farm, ca. 1952. Picture courtesy of Patti (Fuller) Doughty.


The Cedar Rapids Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, Sunday, April 5, 1959   

European Trip to Independence Girl

INDEPENDENCE - The American Field Service in New York has named Patricia Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller of Independence, as the Independence student who will take part this summer in the "American Abroad" program. She was selected on the basis of her scholarship and student activities. American students will spend part of the summer living in the home of a foreign family selected by the service. Miss Fuller will be notified later of the country she will visit.


The Cedar Rapids Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, Sunday, February 14, 1960

VALENTINE QUEEN - Patti Fuller, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller, Independence, was crowned queen of the Valentine ball at Independence Friday night. Shown with Miss Fuller are Jacque Baker, Miss Iowa, left, and Paul Johnson of Oelwein and Sandy Hickman of Winthrop, last year's queen, on the right. Miss Baker was one of the queen judges. Queen runners-up were Mary Lou Copenhaver, Independence, and Carol Ann Hayes, Hazleton.


The Clear Lake Globe-Gazette, Clear Lake, Cerro Gordo Co., IA, Tuesday, April 12, 1960

First entry: Miss Fuller, Independence

CLEAR LAKE- Miss Independence, Patricia Lynne Fuller, 18, is the first official entry in the 1960 Miss Iowa Beauty Pageant scheduled in July at Clear Lake. This will be the 10th annual pageant sponsored by the Clear Lake Jaycees. Miss Fuller has had nine years of special piano training and more than six years clarinet. Last summer she was a member on the American Field Service in Sweden. Her hobbies are photography, knitting and dancing. Miss Independence is 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighs 110 pounds and measures 34-21-36. She has brown hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.


                   

Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller graduated from Independence Christian High School, Independence, Buchanan Co., IA, in the Class of 1960. She was Senior Class President, and the Valedictorian.


The Courier, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA, Sunday, July 31, 1960

Northeast Iowa Beauties Seeking Crown Tonight at Clear Lake

These nine Northeast Iowa beauties are among 33 contestants competing for the Miss Iowa crown at Clear Lake this weekend. The winner will be announced tonight. Pictures from the left are Sandra Stitt, Miss Waterloo; Patti Fuller, Miss Independence; Sharon Miller Reinbeck, entered as Miss Tama County; Valerie Williams, Miss Waverly; Nancy Harvey of Eldora, entered as Miss Iowa Falls; Janice Engle, Miss Decorah; JoAnn Moore, Miss Oelwein; Judith Marie Freidhof, Miss Cresco, and Connie Winters, Miss New Hampton.


The Cedar Rapids Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, Sunday, March 3, 1963

Patti Fuller To Study in Germany

INDEPENDENCE - Patti Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller of Independence, and a student at Carleton college in Northfield, Minn., will spend part of her senior year studying in Europe. Miss Fuller recently received an appointment from the German department of Carleton for six months' study in Germany. Miss Fuller will leave for Europe on the student ship S. S. Waterman June 29 and will land at Rotterdam. From Rotterdam, she will go to Goteburg, Sweden, to visit her American Field service family there. Miss Fuller was an A.F.S. exchange student to Sweden in the summer of 1959. After visiting in Goteburg for three weeks, Miss Fuller will study at Goethe Institute in Grafing, Germany, near Munich, for eight weeks. During the month of October she will tour France, Italy, Switzerland and Greece. The last weeks of study will be at Freiburg, Germany. This is near the Black Forest and not far from where Miss Fuller's father spent his childhood.


The Cedar Rapids Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, Sunday, March 29, 1964

Patricia Fuller To Be Married

INDEPENDENCE - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Lynne, to Anthony Rutgers Doughty, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Doughty of Winnetka, Ill. The future bride is a senior at Carleton college, Northfield, Minn. Her fiance was graduated from Williams college, Williamstown, Mass. He is in business in Chicago. A fall wedding is planned.


Anthony Rutgers "Tony" Doughty and Patricia Lynne "Patti" Fuller were married September 5, 1964, at the First Presbyterian Church, Independence, Buchanan Co., IA.


The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., IA, Sunday, September 13, 1964

Weddings and Engagements

Independence - Two college students, who met while studying at the University of Munich in Germany, were married Sept. 5 in First Presbyterian church. They are Miss Patricia Lynne, daughter of the Charles Fullers, and Anthony Doughty, son of the William Doughtys of Winnetka, Ill. The Rev. Elmon Ward performed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Carleton college, Northfield, Minn. Mr. Doughty, an alumnus of Williams college, Williamstown, Mass., is employed at Marshall Field &  Co. Chicago. The couple will live in Evanston.


The Courier, Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA, Tuesday, September 15, 1964

Northeast Iowans plan, announce weddings, engagements

INDEPENDENCE - The wedding of Miss Patricia Lynne and Anthony Rutgers Doughty took place in the First Presbyterian Church Sept. 5 at 4 p. m. They will live in Evanston, Ill. Mrs. Doughty is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller. Mr. Doughty, an employe of Marshall Field and Co., Chicago, Ill., is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Doughty of Winnetka, Ill.


Bessie Forsen, Beth Ray, Charlie Doughty, Patti Doughty, and John Forsen ca. 1979. Picture courtesy of Patti (Fuller) Doughty.


Bessie Forsen, ca. 1979. Picture courtesy of Patti (Fuller) Doughty.