Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on August 29, 1974 · Page 4
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, August 29, 1974
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THE TTTONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, AUGUST 39, 1074 TITONKA NEWS (written for last week) Anton Pannkuk of Garner was a guest in .the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hansen a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schmidt Aaro n and Mark of Norfolk, Va. were Friday visitors in the home of Mrs. Helen Krominga. brought Mrs. Keagle back to Tltonka and spent several days visiting with her here. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Carver of Colorado were recent visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington. Joyce Boekelman left Thuss- day for Royal where she will teach home economics at Clay Central. Sunday, August 11 dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baade were Mrs. Dick Baade, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baade, Leanne and Jeanie, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baade, Cindi and Marea, Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker and Bonnie of Belmont, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Max Biersted, Lisa and Ann Of Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Phil Asa, Todd and Annie, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Goetsch and family of Clear Lake, Mrs. Stanley Tryo n of Marston, Mo., Mrs. Jane Fox and Jeff of Puxico, Mo., Lowell Graham of Algona and Michelle Cunningham. Joining them in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plaisier, John and Louise Plaisier, and Mrs. Helen Krominga. The occasion was the first time in 18 years that the eight children of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baade were together. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Sachau were Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson and Shad of Omaha, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Albi n Nelson and Eric and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hassebroeck and family I of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Ale n Nelson and family of Terre Haute, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Limberg and Troy of Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Barton and family of Fairmont, Minn., Mrs. Augusta Christ of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Charleson and .family of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jokumsen of St. James, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Art Rode, Keith and Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Van Hove and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Hove, Mrs. Gordon Swan and Patty, Mrs. Leone Intermill and Ken Spear. The occasion was In honor of the Sachaus grandson, Shad Ashley Nelson's baptism. Kama Brinkman of Garner was a Monday afternoon visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gartner. She is a form- live modern for less with gas er college classmate of Mrs; Gartner. M|M. R alow tfl VMM Jebt •fflefentty ami It *M them der so many people cnooee> to Hve MMMR fur IMB, OH am htat your hous* in whiter, cool it In summer. It can cook your meals, dry your clothes, heat your water. K can dispose of trash, and guard your yard wtth soft, §entle NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVCIE CO. OR YOUR LOCAL HEATING CONTRACTOR LATMDBATMK Loans on Land EMMETSBURG West Highway 18 Ph. (712) 853-3645 Box VI — Field Office — 716 So. Pfaflllpi Algen HrandayA.lI. ' See Eugene Hatching. Mania Penner or Helen Haas New Summer Months Livestock Auction Schedule DeVries Auction Company BUFFALO CENTER, IOWA During the remaining summer months we will hold our Livestock Auctions every other Tuesday evening through September AUCTIONS BEGIN AT 7:00 P.M. Please clip and post these dates: Tuesday, July 16 Tuesday, August 27 Tuesday, July 30 Tuesday, September 10 Tuesday, August 13 Tuesday, September 24 When planning to sell your livestock, please bear these dates in mind! Tuesday, October 1 we will return to holding Livestock Auctions every Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m., and every week from then on! We Will Continue To Buy And Sell Livestock At Private Treaty During This Time DeVries Auction Company BUFFALO CENTER, IOWA PHONE 562-2777 Here's how to Save on Electric Cooking 1. Preheat the oven only for baked goods and frozen casserole dishes. It Is not necessary to preheat oven for meats or casseroles taken from the refrigerator or for broiling. 2. Thawed or partially-thawed foods will cook faster than frozen ones. 3. Cook by time and temperature Use a meat thermometer when roasting to prevent over-or- under cooking and excess shrinkage. Use a timer to time all precise cooking operations. Timing prevents loss of heat through repeated openings of the oven door or by "peeking under the lid" during surface cooking. 4. Cook and freeze double recipes of spaghetti sauce, stew and similar foods to reduce total heat required. Warm food and plates with retained oven heat. It's free. 5. Never use your oven to heat your kitchen This is expensive and unsafe because ovens are not designed for space heating. 6. Never line an oven with aluminum foil It can interfere with cooking or fuse to the heating element and reduce oven efficiency. To use foil properly, place a piece on an oven rack to catch spill-overs, leaving an inch or more of space on all sides for proper ajr circulation. 7. Surface units These were designed to operate more efficiently with utensils having flat bottoms (not warped) and tight fitting lids. Place utensil on the proper size element. If the element is too big for a small pan, it wastes heat. 8. Use high heat setting to bring water to a boil or to start cooking foods with water, then reduce the heat to the desired setting. 'THERE'S PLENTY OF EliCTRiciTY SO USE ALL YOU NEED BUT NEED ALL YOU USEI You'vi been hearing a great deal about the "energy criiU." Fotill fuels — flai, oil and coal __ uied for heating and also for electric generation are becoming. shorter In supply. WB must conserve these supplies and one way tt by avoiding the waste of electricity. At'interstate Power there Is electric power to meat your growing, needs, but by using electricity wisely you help conserve the fuel necessary for Its generation. . Interstate Power Is therefore publishing this series of advertisements to help you* avoid wasting electflclty and at the same time save money on your electric bill. ^ Pick Up Ypwr JteVB««M«» "How To Sovi On Your Eltetric Bffl* At Any IPC Offle. FIVE MEN MAKE FIVE MISTAKES... One man struck a match to see if the gasoline tank in his car was empty. It wasn't! One man patted a strange bulldog on the head to see if it was affectionate. It wasn't! One man speeded up to see if he could beat the train to the crossing. He couldn't! One man touched an electric wire to see if it was charged. It was! One man cut out his advertising to see if he could save money. He couldn't! Advertising Doesn't Cost - It Pays.... COM FANV SERVICE MAKES THE DIFFERENCE .A-. II I \

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