Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on September 5, 1974 · Page 3
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, September 5, 1974
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A [cooS " **• N. SPECJALS-SPECIALS-SPECIALSl O G14orG15 sizes DIRECTOR 120 *• or COUNTRY SQUIRF 120 2 for $ 63°° -*•• IWi ^^ ^ Plus F FARMLAND THIRTY-SIX 22F $2700 plus trade-in FARMLAND TRUCK & TRACTOR TTX-1 $2280 0 PERFORMANCE CAR OWNERS SPECIALS ON THE SUPER WIDE TIRES MACH704MACH60 Farmers Co-op Oil Co. Titonka, Iowa Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch Written Thursday, August 29 Several Portland ladies attended and were hostesses at a shower in honor of Kay Huisman, who was married Saturday, August 31 to Merwyn Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow drove to Humboldt Monday evening to see her father Mr William Gifford of Burt who has been i n the Humboldt ipspital for the past few weeks His condition is considered enous. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Christensen and family drove to Zumbrota, Minn, recently to attend the wedding of Nit a Odell of Zumbrota and Dan Schmidt of Titonka in the Stordahl Lutheran Church. Bill's mo,ther, Mrs. Elvira Christensen of Algona, accompanied them to the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Christensen and family were Saturday supper guests in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hanson, of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber and girls drove to the Richard Meyer home Wednesday afternoon to see the new baby girl born Thursday, August 22 at the Holy Family Hospital i n Estherville. She has been named Darla 'Kay, and is the Meyers first child. Mr. and Mrs. John Rath and Scott of rural Algon a were Sunday supper guests In the parental Robert Wood home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk- hill and family took a five-ray trip to Onidia, S.D. and toured about a bit. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk- THE TITONKA TOP IC> HTQNKA. IOWA. SEPTEMBEE 5, 1974 'hill and family were Sunday supper guests i n the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs M J Cunningham, in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer and family were Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Mrs Ella Meyer, of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel were Thursday evening visitors m the home of Mr. and Mrs Fim Krull, rural Titonka. Mrs. Jack Thompson, An n > d ^avid visited Grandma (Mrs. Hilda) Wegener, Wednesday morning. Roger and Kathy Hagedorn Bancroft, and 'Greg Rosen- ENGINEERING RESEARCH FEATURED AT FIELD DAY Visitors at Iowa State Um versity o n Wednesday, Sept 11 can see agricultural research underway and hear scientists discuss their projects. This is the date of the Agronomy and Ag Engineering Field Day at the 426<icre Research Center about six miles west of Ames on Highway 30 Pours of the research plots start at 8:00 a.m. and conclude at 2:00 p.m. Major areas of agricultural engineering research include „— -..-.* u, jjin I rGni£iry and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Trenary were Sunday dinner guests in the Merle Hagedorn home l n honor of Roger Hagedorn's 5th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Nelson and family attended the Woden Jubilee o n Saturday an d a pot luck picnic at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hauptly, in Woden. About 30 Pr.favirlrt.cl •*•!-»«. _i • attended the picnic. The first meeting of the season of the Friendly Four Club will be held Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 10 in the home of Leona Lovstad. Roll call will be "What I enjoyed most at the fair". Monday afternoon visitors i n the Ralph Oarlso n home were her uncle, Dewey Hutchinson of Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs Sam Hutchinson of Minneapolis. Tuesday afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Arndorfer of Algona, and Mrs. and tillage treatment, as well as weed control and harvesting problems encountered with solid planted soybeans, will be discussed by .ag engineering researchers. Field Day guests will learn how much fuel is required to grow an acre of corn or soy-i beans. Visitors will be among the first ,to see a soybean oil fueled engine in operation. A commercial soybean ex-1 trader that has been modified farm processing of will be demonstrated. August Corn Forecast Was Below Expectations Iowa State University econ"'«*•- Bob Wisner, says .the I NOTICE OP R £ GCULAR SCHOO ffirS^^ held on the 10th day of September 1fea ? l ? ecti ° n ^^ iSy^ PlaC6S -as follows: Dated this 22nd day o"Iu™ s t, 1974!' ** City Ha " /a/ DELORES DODDS _ : Commissioner of Elections Official Ballot Titonka Consl. School District of Titonka, Iowa Tuesday, September 10, 1974 FOR DIRECTOR (To Serve Three-Year Term) (Vote for One) LJ DOUGLAS K. MECHLER D FOR TREASURER (Two-Year Term) (Vote for One) Worth Money Trade in your old Furniture Vou an; invited to Bjus- troms Furniture. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS ! Established 1935 , C/irpeting, Floor Covering I l-ar&e Selections. Use our j easy payment plan. BJUSTROM'8 FURNITURE COMPANY Algona, Iowa Burt Pool Benefit Day AUC ON Saturday, September 7 MAIN STREET 1:30 P.M. —~o-"*«•*» CUJ.U. iVAl B. Robert Wood of Burt. Mr Fred Hagen visited Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvi n Henders of Jacksonville, Fla., Mrs Mertie Huber of Algona, and Mr. iand Mrs. Clifford Riggle and Kim of Forest City were monday guests for a grilled steak supper at ,the Gary Huber home. •Mr. and Mrs. John K. Harms of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peter and Mr. and Mrs Duane Peter and Todd of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Kline' Cindy and Randy of Algona were Sunday evening guests in the Johnny Harms home in. honor of Denise Harms' 9th birthday. Her birthday was Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Spear and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms left Thursday for Minneapolis to attend the Minnesota State Fair. They returned home Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ellis Of Emrnetsburg were Sunday dinner and supper guests i n the parental Ernest Nauman home. They came to help her mother celebrate her birthday. Mrs Nauman received phone calls from a son, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nauman and family of St. Paul a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Klauer and family of Mt Pleasant, Mich., and a son, Mr.' and Mrs. Donald Naunun and family of Houston, Tex., all Ishing her a happy birthday The heaviest burden you ca n carry is a grudge. - .e USDA's August forecast for a national corn crop of slightly less than five billion bushels is below even the most pessimis-. tic expectations and will likely cause sharp price advances in tne next several weeks , If the USDA projection materializes, the corn crop will be 12 per cent below last year's. Wisner said the gap will have to be filled by reduced feed use LOIS SMITH Professional COT OR. JAMES K. nn,L VETERINARIAN CHc. 928-2642 Res. 928-264« TTTONHA. IOWA — Optometrist — DR. HAROLD W. ERKKSON — Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses • East State Street, Algona, l«- w > Phone: 295-2196 Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 F M Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. L. L. SNYDER OPTOMETRIST Contact Lenses Telephone CYpress 4-2715 US E. State Algon, Closed Saturday Afternoon DR. JOHN J. LESIAK. Physician and Surgeon — Phones — >fc. 928-2115 Res. 928-2281 Titonka, Iowa Boughton-Woden Funeral Chapel Ambulance Service Phone »2«-57M Wod* n Cf no answer call 843-1811 Brltt Official Ballot DIRECTOR DISTRICT I Iowa Lakes Community College Merged Area III For Director for a term of three years (Vote for One) [_U ORVILLE THORESON cast of 1.31 billion bushels was —*-—- u «^**j.icvi.iu ut; somewhat lower than last year with only 349 million bushels booked i n late July, compared to 1.1 billion bushels committed for foreign delivery a year ago. The economist added that it's not yet clear what price level will be needed to close the remaining gap 'between production and use. With other feed grain forecasts also down considerably Wisner said he looks for strong pressure for export restrictions in coming weeks. The national soybean fore- — —"* v ** fMOAidO WclQ less surprising, falling witihla Tr Qe rJ OWer range of Previous USDA projections. In spite of a substantial old-crop carryover w . 11 ?" er sai<i soybean supplies' will be tight in the year ahead with further price strength likely in the next, few weeks. The economist said much of [iie Midwest has received extensive rains since the surveys for the new crop report were taken in late July. As a result, Wisner said crop prospects have probably shown some improvement, particularly for soybeans. 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