The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 19, 1965 · Page 9
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Ex-Fenton Girl Places Fourth Beauty Pageant FENTON - A former Fenton girl, 23-year old Karen Oleson of College Place, Washington, became fourth runner-up in the Miss Washington Pageant, a preliminary to the Miss America contest, held at Vancouver, Washington, during the week of July 18. Competing under the title of Miss Walla Walla which she won in a pageant April 10, Karen sang a vocal aria from the opera "Samson and Delila" for her talent presentation. Karen was born in Iowa, Dec. 14, 1941, while her parents lived at Fenton. She began her education in the Fenton school system, and moved to Washington with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd A. Oleson, about twelve years ago. Relatives living in the Fenton area include Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Berkeland, who were present when she received her title as Miss Walla Walla. Karen graduated from Walla Walla high school in 1960, received a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Idaho this year, and plans to attend graduate school at the University of Colorado this fall, with an assistantship in music. Her ambition is to sing in opera and she hopes to study at the Mozarteum in Saltzburg, Austria. Fenton Chit - Chat iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman were Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler and Vicki of Burt. Terry Tieman and Dick Lavrenz of Burt visited the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park during the last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye and family visited at Deer River, Minnesota with Otto Jensen Sunday through Wednesday. Sunday dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Jerald Waite were Dr. and Mrs. John Waite and family, Mrs. Ella Waite, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wegener and family, John Wegener, and Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland and Arden. The dinner was in honor of Jeffrey Waite's first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers returned Sunday from a twelve day trip to the New York World's Fair. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Flet Burwash in Paxton, Illinois and Mrs. Votteler's sister, Mrs. George Slimmel in Columbus , Ohio. The Votteler girls stayed with their grandparents, the Ernest Vottelers, while their parents were gone. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Helland drove to Madison, Wise, on Wednesday and returned on Thursday with their daughter, Diane, who has been attending summer school at the University there. She will return for the fall semester. Sunday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Emma Dreyer to help Mrs. Marie Dreyer celebrate her birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Mrs. Emma Dryer, Mrs. Charles Geilenfeld, and Mrs. Emma Boettcher from Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig of Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and Roger and Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Meyer and family of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dreyer and family of Burt; and Mr. and Mrs. William Zumach of Estherville. Callers during the day were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ohm and Mrs. Ervin Gremmels. Saturday evening guests of Mrs. Emma Dreyer and Mrs. Marie Dreyer were Mrs. Waller Dacken and Mrs. Bob Hanna and girls of Lone Rock. Mrs. Hilda Walker ofBurbank, Calif., has been a house guest for several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Emma Dryer. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe and family and Mr. and Mrs, Don Priebe and boys attended a silver wedding anniversary celebration in Decorah Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gayle. Mrs. Gayle and Mrs. Ray Priebe are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger returned Saturday from week's trip through Wisconsin and Illinois, during which they visited with several relatives. Debbie and Kristine stayed with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, while their parents were gone. Those from Fenton attending a Hantelman family reunion Sunday in the Swea City park shelter house were Mr. and Mrs. John Waite and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland and Arden, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman and Sandra and Terri Voigt, Mrs. Don Berryman and children of Columbus, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Renae and Pam Tippie, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls. Mrs. Robert Olson and children of Minneapolis visited at the home of her parelits, Mr-, and Mrs. William Elmers, last week. Mr. Olson joined them on Saturday and took them home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Voigt of Concordia, Mo., we're overnight guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman. They are parents of Lois Ann Voigt, a nurse with Susan Hantelman in Nigeria. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe, Carl and Darlene visited Mr.andMrs. Harold Geronsin in St. Louis from Thursday through Tuesday last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fuhrmeister, Jerry and Carol of West Branch and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McFate and Judy of Olin were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reese and family of Ledyard joined the group for dinner on Sunday. The men were in the service together during World War II. Miss Luella Newel left Wednesday for her home in Chicago after a three-week visit in Fenton with her sister, Mrs.Clayton Ditsworth, and family. Miss Newel planned to visit a sister- in-law, Mrs. E. J. Newel, in Davenport before reaching her home. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ruske and family of LaGrange, 111., were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske from Sunday through Wednesday. Lynn Ruske of Madison, Wise., was also a .recent house guest. Mrs. Marcie Breitenfeld of Oakland, Mass., and baby son, Eric, were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs» Ole Pedersen Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Donald Priebe and boys attended a birthday party in Swea City Wednesday afternoon, honoring the sixth birthday of Mrs. Priebe's nephew, Timmy Olson. Friday and Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen and family were the Eugene Newel family of Sioux Center, who were on their way home from a camping trip in eastern Iowa. Randa Hansen returned home with the Newels to spend the week. Mrs. Emma Reimers spent last week in Algona visiting her sister, Mrs. Kate Wegener. Mueller Reunion The Mueller family reunion was held in the St. Paul's Lutheran parochial basement at Whittemore August 8. In attendance were Messrs and Mesdames Ernest Mueller, Fred Bierstedt, Lloyd Johnson and family, MelvinPompe and family, Edwin Uthof and family, Ervin Borchardt and family, Marlin Wegener and family, Glen Flint and family, Art Gade and family, Louie Mueller, John Ruger and Phillip, Bennie Berkland and family, Harlan Mueller and family, Wally Cliristensen and family, Arley Doehla and family, Harvey Henricksen and family, Virgil Borchardt and family, Ferdie Mueller and family, Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller, Everett Mueller, Mrs. Martha Mueller and Mrs. Ella Meyer. Bridal Shower FENTON - An open house bridal shower for Sandra Jensen, bride-to-be of Gary Widdel will be held at the Richard Krumm home at Armstrong, from 2p.m. to 5 p. m. Tuesday, August 24. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. DENTIST Dr. H. DeMots of Sioux Center began his 61st year of dental practice there this year at the age of 81. After six decades of practice in Sioux Center he has no idea of retiring but intends to keep up his average 48 hour work week working as long as his health remains good. 4-H Club At Seneca Set For The Fair SENECA - Seneca Progressive Farmers 4H Club met recently at the home of Tim and Theresa Lynch. The group made plans to go to Minneapolis where they would tour factories and see a Twins baseball game. The group held their pre-falr meeting at the home of Steve Fischer August 9 with Mike Cyphers and Tom Bergum as co- hosts. Notice was given members that in order to receive full credit on their record books they must be prepared to present either a demonstration or a talk at the next meeting. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl spent August 7-8 with their daughter and family, the Donald Dokkens, Waltham, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent last weekend with their son and family, the Dick Loofts of Minneapolis. They also visited Mrs. Looft's sister, Tilda Johannesen, Minneapolis. GIRLS Skirts & Blouses Sizes 3 thru 14 Blouses $1,99- $2.99 Skirts- $2,99-$3.99 GIRLS DRESSES Sizes 3 thru 14 $2.99 to $ 4.99 - JUNIOR SIZES BLOUSES $2.99 - $4,99 SKIRTS $2.99-$4.99 MATCHING 2-PC. SUIT & DRESSES From $6,99 MODE 0 DAY FROCK SHOP Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuginski of Virginia Beach, Va. spent several days this past week at the home of the latter's mother and brother, Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry. Mr. Kuginski is in the navy and stationed in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Looft, Tom and Sara, Kathryn of Rochester, Minn., visited from Thursday until Saturday at the parental Henry Loofts and at the David Loofts. Enroute home, they visited Mrs. Bertha Pommer at Algona and Mrs. Looft's parents the Elmer Horstmans, Britt. The Blakjer Lutheran Church Women's meeting which is usually the third Thursday in the month will be changed to August 25, due to a conflict on Thursday. Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs. August Nelson will be hostesses. There will be no services at Blakjer Lutheran church August 22. Pastor Hansen and his family are on vacation during the month of August. Worship service will resume their regular time schedule August 29. Rev. Paul Mork will conduct the service at 8:45 a.m. At Funeral Of Former Resident Of Irvington Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Davis and son Barrel and daughter Mrs. Dick Felliu of Emmetsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Coleman, attended the funeral of Dail Davis at Fairfiold, Iowa on Sat. Aug 7. Mr. Davis was a brother of R. O. Davis and a few years ago worked at the carpenter trade with him. Mrs. John Kenne left Friday for her home in Las Vegas, Nev. She had spent a month here with her mother, Mrs. Sebastian Kramer at Algona and other relatives, following the recent death of his father. A pre-nuptial shower honoring Audrey Does of Breda, la. was held at St. Cecelia's hall Tues. evening. She is the bride f " be of Terry Johnson. Court Unist was played by the guests, prizes going to Mrs. Sadie Skilling and Mrs. John Roecler. She received many useful gifts and a luncheon was served by the hostesses. Their wedding will be Sept. 11 at Breda, Iowa. Thursday, August 19, 1965 , (la.) Upper D«* Moinftt— 9 fbpularas JlllOiMoors JSeadrTo Serve mm FOODS At Y6ur Favorite Food Store or Super Market Anderson-Erickson Dairy Co. BY POPULAR REQUEST — CONTINUED THROUGH AUGUST 25 There were 19 new cars — Buicks, Pontiacs — sold by Schultz Bros, in the first 14 days of August at a savings of 10 PERCENT TO ALL PURCHASERS. You, too, can save, if there is a NEW CAR listed below that interests you! 15 NEW CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 10% o SALE 10 SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS-HOME OF Buick- Pontiac - Cadi llac 10* Off On All New Cars In Stock TOP TRADE-IN FOR YOUR USED CAR CADILLAC SEDAN DeVILLE This has everything on if, air conditioned, all the extras, nothing missing. List $6547.67 SAVE 10% 654.76 BUICK LeSABRE CUSTOM HARDTOP 4-door, full power, R & H, lots of extras. List $3796.5r SAVE 10% 379.65 $5892.91 BUICK LeSABRE CUSTOM HARDTOP Four door, full power, R & H, white sidewalls, extras, etc. List $3796.55 SAVE 10% 379.65 $3416.90 BUICK LeSABRE CUSTOM SPORT COUPE Full power, 2-door, white sidewalls, R & H, other extras. List $3664.98 SAVE 10% 366.49 $3416.90 BUICK ELECTRA 225 HARDTOP Sedan, full power, AIR CONDITIONED, has everything. list _$5376.52 SAVE 10% 537.65 $3298.49 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE HARDTOP 4-door, full power, AIR CONDITIONED, 6-way seat, loaded w/extras. List $4681.24 SAVE 10% 468.12 $4838.87 BUICK ELECTRA 225 SPORT COUPE 2-door, full power, R & H, extras. List $4314.22 SAVE 10% 431.42 $4213.12 PONTIAC CATALINA SEDAN 4-door, full power, AIR CONDITIONED, auto, trans., many extras. List $3939.56 SAVE 10% 393.95 $3882.80 BUICK ELECTRA 225 CUSTOM 4-door hardtop, full power, AIR CONDITIONED, all the extras. list $5101.01 SAVE 10% 510.10 $3545.61 PONTIAC CATALINA HARDTOP 4-DOOR, FUL POWER, AIR CONDITIONED, Cordova top. List $4174.61 SAVE 10% 417.46 $4590.91 BUICK LeSABRE CUSTOM SPORT COUPE 2-door, full power, hi performance 4 bbl. engine, tinted glass, all extras. list $3848.75 SAVE 10% 384.87 $3757.15 PONTIAC TEMPEST STATION WAGON Custom, V-8, tinted glass, white sidewalls, many extras. List $3222.09 SAVE 10% 322.20 $3463.88 BUICK GRAN SPORT HARDTOP 2-door, R & H, white sidewalls, 4-speed trans., extras. list $3446.30 SAVE 10% 344.63 $Tioi.67 $2899.89 PONTIAC LeMANS SEDAN 4-door, tinted glass, WSWalls, full power, extras. List $3148.91 SAVE 10% 314.89 $2834.02 PONTIAC CATALINA SEDAN 4-door, white in color, R & H, auto trans., extras. List $3353.77 SAVE 10% 335.37 $3018.40 Right Across From The Fairgrounds - SEE THE FAIR - and drop over to SCHULTZ BROS.

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