The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 5
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Wins Incentive Army Award Patiy Jorgenson OfLedyardWed To Elmore Man Mae Jorgenson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Jorgenson of Ledyard. was united in marriage to William Coupanger, Jr. son of Mr and Mrs W. A. Coupanger of Elmore in a double ring ceremony at the Lake Mills Methodist Church on Sept. 3. They were attended b> Linda Packer of Ledyard and Gary' Stickler of Elmore, Minn. The bride and bridegroom left immediately, after the ceremony on a wedding trip to South Dakota for a week or two. They are at home In Elmore where the bridegroom is . employed by his father at the Elmore Nursery. , The bride is a graduate of the Ledyard High School in the class of 1954 and the bridegroom graduated from the Elmort- high school in 1953. Rosary Society The Rosary Society ma*t at the Sacred Heart Church Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 14. At the business meeting a committee was named to see about purchasing additional table settings and kitchen cutlery equipment. The treasurer Mrs Frank Rotterman gave a report on the Harvest Supper, Bake sales and the Community Club supBer. ,, ;v . Mrs S. P. Powers had chjtfge of the program. Mrs Ted Thil* ges gave the study club leSsoti on "Hope". . A delicious lunch was served by Mrs Jack Krebsbadh, chairman, Mrs Ben Wesselman, Mrs R, I. Anderson, Mrs Sarah Trenary, and Mrs William Rotterman. • ^ !•'•-' Mr and Mrs Delbert Wentworth of Norfolk, Va. are the parents of a baby boy born on Sept. 10. He has been, named Paul Ray•- mortd. Mr and Mrs Paul Nitz and Mr and Mrs Ray Wentworth both of Ledyard are the grandparents. Delbert is in the Navy. Mrs V. A. Barrett of Lakota, Mrs Edward Looft and Mrs D, B, Mayer attended Eastern Star at Swea City on last Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs C. L. Egesdal went to Des Moines on SUnday to attend a Grocers Convention. Mr and Mrs E. Higgins of Detroit have been here and in Bancroft the past week visiting relatives, having been called by the serious illness of Mrs Higgins, sister, Mrs Lillian Devine. Mrs Devine underwent major surgery at Rochester last week. Mrs J. McDonald of Ledyard accompanied the Higgins to Rochester on Thursday. Joe Steinberg of Garner, a former Ledyard resident, has been seriously ill in Mercy Hospital In Mason 'City for the past five weeks. He is improved and hope.\ to be able to go home soon. He is a brother of. John Steinberg of Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Henry Selberg and Mrs Elizabeth Lutter and Mr and Mrs Lou Junkermeier attended the funeral of a relative at Sioux Rapids Wednesday of last week. Little Marcia Ternes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Ternes, burned her hand on the electric iron one day last week. She was taken to Elmore to have it treated. Mr W. E. Wiemer and daughter Deanna, went to Des Moines on Thursday evening after his mother, Mrs Gertrude Wiemer who had spent the week with her brother and his wife. Mrs Ted Green had major surgery at the Blue Earth Commu Thuriday, Sept. 12, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Oat Molnei-5 nity Hospital last Wednesday. Many from here have been up to call on her. •> The official board of the Methodist Church met at the church last Thursday evening with E. A. Carpenter as Chairman of the group. Rally Day is to observed both in Sunday School and church this coming Sunday, Sept. 25. Mr and Mrs Don Jacobs and son, Eugene, who leaves Tuesday for service were dinner guests on Sunday evening at the Laurence Pingel home in Algona. On Monday night they were dinner guests at the L. A. Ternes home. Mrs Ida Darnell and her sister- in-law, Mrs Frank Trouth of Cambridge, Minn., left on Thursday for Pasadena, Calif, where Mrs Darnell will visit for the winter months. Duane Darnel and his mother, Mrs Harold Darnell took them to Mason City nnd from there they went by air. Mrs Darnell called on Friday to tell her children of her safe arrival and told them she thoroughly enjoyed the trip by plane. Plan Horse Show A horse show with 12 events is being plaAned for Sunday, Sept. 25, at the J. G. Graham farm, 4Vz miles north of the Stnrlite Theatre on highway 18, starting at 1 p.m. Pearl R. Walker, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. R. Walker, 609 N. Wooster St., was awarded $200 recently by Maj. Gen. M. E, Griffin, commanding general of Fitzsimons Army Hospital, Denver, for the first Sustained Superior Performance Award made at the Army's largest hospital under the Army's new Incentive Award Program. Miss Walker is secretary : and news writer in the Fitzsimons Public Information 9? fice ' She has occupied her position for the past 5 years, and before • transferring to Denver worked for 8 years in the Office of the Adjutant General, Washington, D .C. To be eligible for the award an employee must have a sustained superior work performance for a minimum period of six months, that is of such a nature that it not only meets the requirements of satisfactory performance for all duties of the position, but must exceed the' acceptable standards for a majority of the employee's major duties. Miss Walker's citation was for 9 period of over a year. ' Graduated, frdm Algona High School in 1931 and from the American Institute of Business, Des Moines, in 1932, Miss Walker was employed in the office of Dr. W. * D. Andrews and Mrs H. D. and. S. W. Meyer before becoming a civilian employee of the U. S. Army. Meurer-Yogel At Wesley Wesley—St. Joseph's Catholic Church of Wesley was the scene of a very pretty wedding when Cheryll Meurer, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer of Wesley and Donald Vogel, son of Mr and Mrs Vogel .of Adaza were married Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock, Sept. 17. The doubls ring ceremony and nuptial Mass was solemnized by the Rev. L. N. Klein. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of Chnnlilly lace and tulle over satin fashioned with fitted bodice, long sleeves tapered to a point over the wrist, and portrait neckline outlined in two rows of lace medallions. The floor length bouffant skirt was of panels or lace and tulle over satin. She wore a tiny cap of lace, embroidered in seed pearls vyith a veil of illusion and carried yellow mums and pompoms. Attending the bride as her maid of honor was Miss Mary Agnes Moran of Adaza, cousin of the bridegroom. Jim Meurer, brother of tin. bride, was best man and usher; were Eugene Lomkee of Irving ton and Eugene Vogel of Churdan. . , A wedding reception was held immediately following in the Parish Hall. Mrs Tracy Ward. Titonka, was hostess. Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier poured and Mrs Lawrence Moran, Adaza was at the punch bowl. The bridal cake was cut by Mrs Clotilda Hutch ison of Mason City. Mrs Martin Hamilton, Wesley, and Mrs Paul Schmitt, Lohryille, were ut the guest book. The gifts were in charge of Missus Arlene Arndorfer and Shirley Ruse of Omaha, Neb. The bride was graduated from St. Joseph Mercy School ol Nursing, Fort Dodge, and had boon employed at Denver, Colo and Fort Dodge. After a short trip to an undisclosed destination they will be at home on a farm near Adaza. Raney Reunion At Livermore Livermore—There.' was u Raney family reunion Sunday at the home of Mrs Leila Raney m honor of Mrs Faith H<»-s «'''" ,! s here on a vacation from California. . Those present were Mr and Mrs Virgil Barrett and family ot Lakota; Mr and Mrs Hugh Raney and family of Algona; Mr and Mrs Rasmus Olson, Mrs Donna Lenz and son, Mr and Mrs uuv Raney and son, Mr and Mrs Max Gruver, Mr and Mrs Herbert Raney and family, Everett Raney and Mr and Mrs Ernest Raney. This is the first time the Ranuy family has b*cw together fur several years. 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