The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 16
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Thursday, August 8, 1957
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J-AI0or>Q (to.) Upptf Sit Metnet thortdoy, Aafptf 8, Wee/ At Lofts Creek Mr and Mrs John F. Kressin, who were wed recently at LoiiB Creek Immanuel Lutheran church, are shown in above photo. Mrs Kressin is the former Jeantie Ann England, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lyle England of Fcnton, while the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Art Kressin of Lone Rock. Rev. Peters officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride js a graduate of Seneca high school and has been employed in Des Moines for the past year. The bridegroom is a Fenton graduate. The newlyweds are making their home in, Des Moines following a wedding trip to the Ozarks. (Nels Isaacson photo-UDM engraving) Ledyard Men Stricken With Heart Attacks Ledyard — John Steinberg suffered a heart attack last Wednesday and was taken to the Esther- yille Holy Family Hospital. He is still in a serious condition. Mrs L. A. Ternes and Adelaide took Mrs Steinberg and Elaine over to see him on Sunday. On last Wednesday Mr Tim Doocy suffered a heart attack •while working in the field. He was taken at once to the Blue Earth Hospital. By the weekend he was enough better that he was able to be brought home. Achievement Day Tuesday, July 30th the Ledyard Lassies 4-H Club held their Local Achievement Day at the school. There were 80 guests, 18 members and two leaders present. The program was announced by Jane Egesdal. Presentation of Crorsages to Mrs Anderson, Mrs Jensen, Mrs Steenhardt, Mrs M. Keil and Mrs H. Herzog, local leaders and to Mary Staudt, Home Economist. Junior Demonstration — "What Would You Do?" by Linda Nitz and Jane Egesdal. Trio — Ann Carpenter, Linda. Pingel and Roberta Wentworth, Intermediate Demonstration — "Flitting Your Best Foot Forward" by Sandra Johnson and Donna Ingebritson. Cornet Duet — Sherry Klinksiek and Nancy Herzog. Country Girl's Creed — Recited by Linda Nitz. Cuckoo Song-rCaroline Busch, Carol Dontje, Dorothy Zielske. Carol Runksmeier, Marilyn Johnson, Rosemary Keefe. Style Show with Pamela Keil as Narrator, Announcement of Winners in the style show Junior Division — Linda Nitz; Intermediate Division —Pam Keif; winner in the judging contest•'— Betty Herzog. The style show winners will ccmipete at the Fair Style review' on Thursday and Betty will take part in the judging contest on Wednesday. At noon Mrs Edith Busch and Mrs Orville Runks- meier served dinner to the judges and to Miss Staudt at the school. E. & R. Guild Met The Evangelical and Reformed Guild met at the church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Martha Schroeder and Mrs Orville Runksmeier as hostesses. Mrs Art Runksmeier was in charge of the program. A birthday hymn was sung for Mrs Wm. Green, Mrs Elizabeth Lutter, Mrs George Mac Kinnon and Mrs D. A. Carpenter. Scripture and prayer was led by Rev. Vriesen. A film "The Growing Church" was shown. Mrs Runksmeier led a discussion on "How the average church member spends his week," Next a panel discussion on "Our Church" was led by Mrs Runksmefer with Mrs Hterman Brandt representing a Charter member. Mrs Orville Brandt as the wife of a member, Mrs Fred Ploegei- as the wife of a Consistory Member, and Rev. Vriesen as the Pastor. A question and answer discussion followed. Patty Togerson of Mason City came home with her uncle Harold Herzog and visited at their home and with her grandmother, Mrs Anna Togerson. Melva Burrow who had spent the day with her parents, Mr and Mrs Glenn Burrow went back to' Mason City with them and Judy Herzog also went to spend this week visiting at the Togerson home and with Melva. Rev. and Mrs Victor Vriesen and children left on Sunday for a vacation. There will be no services in the E. and R. Church next Sunday. Mrs Etta Anderson, who makes her home with her daughter and family, the Glenn Burrows, suffered a stroke on Saturday evening and was taken to Holy Family Hospital in Estherville. Mr and Mrs Vernon Jacobson of Hartley who have been vacationing in the west returned here Friday evening bringing Jerry Gilbertspn, who had accompanied them home and getting their twins sons, Tommy and Terry who had stayed here tdth Mr and Mrs B. E. Gilbertson while their parents were away. Priscilla Miller of" Buffalo Center spent the past week here with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Tice Brack. Carolyn Askeland of Buffnlo Center Spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week at the- home of her sister and her hus- oand, the C. L. Egesdal Jr's. Mrs Dennis Ahrens of Mankato spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Gordon. On Monday the Gordons begnn moving their household goods to Blue Earth where they will live this year to be nearer their work. Judy Roseboro who is in Nurses training at Rochester spent Sunday at home and on Sunday her parents took her to Mankato on her way back. Mr and Mrs Gordon LeWarnc and son of Mason City spent last weekend visiting Mrs Martha Hagge. Le Warne and son remained for the most of this past week with her mother. The Methodist W.S.C.S. will have a business meeting at the church on Thursday afternoon. Because of work being done in the basement it will be just P business meeting with no hostesses. MACHINE Mammoth 80-Acra Farm Machinery & Home Appliance Shows, Largest In World. Other Main Features arei • Big Cattle, Horse, Swine, Sheep and Poultry Shows. • Spectacular Night Show, Climaxad by Fireworks. • Auto Races, Every Day Except Aug. 28; Featuring Special "North Star 350" Labor Day Stock Car Race. • Thrill Show*-Mite, Aug. 24; Day Show, Aug. 28. • Agriculture, Horticulture & Home Activities Shows. • 7 Nite Horse Shows, Aug. 25 thru 30, and Sept. 1; 3 Matinees, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1 and 2. • Royal American Shows on World's Largest Midway. • Dairy, Honey, Fine Arts, School and State Exhibits. ( Buy R»»»rv«rf T/cUli by Mall.' Grandtfand, *2 & $2.50 (Excepf labor Day "North Star 350," $3 & $3.50)i Hortt Show, $1.50 & $2. Sfnd Chtck or Money Ordar, Minniiota Sfata Fair, Si. Paul 8. Outildt Got* Admitsion, 50c. * MINNESOTA STATE PAIR UPIM4 SATUHOAV - j_, U*>9 R PAV ' ~'$$et.£ i » . 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