Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on September 12, 1974 · Page 3
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\ X THE TTTONKA TOPI VALLEY 4-H CLUBS HOLD ICE CREAM SOCIAL On Thursday,' August 19, the Valley 4-H Clubs had an Ice Cream Social at the German Valley School. They had a raf- fie, bingo and served ice cream cake and Kool-Aid. The group thought it was a real success. FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT AUCTION The following surplus equipment of the Farmers Co-op Elevator in Titonka will be sold at public auction at the former C.F.S. Fertilizer Plant 1/2 mile east of Titonka, on .... - & .*j Monday, September 23 SALE TO START PROMPTLY AT 9:30 lALM. 1967 International %-ton PICKUP, 4-wheel dr., P.T.O., red tag 2 — 4-ton FERTILIZER BUGGIES with Augers 4-ton FERTILIZER BUGGY 5 — 560-gaIIon AMMONIA BUGGIES, NH3, Caddies 2 — 500-gallon FUEL TANKS 2 — 500-gallon WATER TANKS 20' FERTILIZER CONVEYOR BELT 2,400 Ib. FERTILIZER MIXER, complete 2,400 Ib. BLENDER BOX with Scale and Motor 4" AUGER SHAFT, 9' long 2 — 6-row SPRAYER BOOMS V4 WISCONSIN MOTOR, junk TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Farmers Co-op Elevator TITONKA, IOWA JOHN BEENKEN, Auctioneer Planning A Wedding? See us for .... * Announcements * Invitations * Napkins * Guest Books A COMPLETE SELECTION * The Titonka Topic Activities At The Titonka Care Center Our 'Labor Day activities started with our reading class. We continued reading "On the Banks of Plum Creek". That afternoon was busy with visitors and bingo. Bingo winners were Harold, Stella, Hazel, Bertha S., Emma M., Bertha P., Marie B., Myra, Bud and Amy. We worked on rhythm band instruments in crafts on Tuesday. Tambourines, wood blocks, and bell straps were a few of the ithings we worked on. We are looking forward to working the rhythm band into our music sessions. On Wednesday morning we met in the livingroom for music. The Martha Circle of Immanuel Lutheran Church met with us in the afternoon for lunch and a program of songs and readings. We went bowling Thursday morning. Those who didn't bowl, enjoyed watching and cheering on the others. Amy Johnson celebrated her birthday a day early with dinner guests at noon. In the af- ,ernoon we helped her celebrate Start Of ft*"* Av * ai Local the 14th annual Puivawaiting Kick season will "'i§s and sharpening their skills.\ be registration began Sept&K 'Mr. and Mrs. Verner Lau and girls of Klemme were a week ago Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Jaren and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Krominga and Kim were a week ago Wed 3 and closes October 4. ^ vnesday evening coffee guests The program, which is cox the home of Mr. and Mrs. sponsored by the National Xrles Beed. Football League and the Ford ter'femna Culbertson of Wa- with a party, given by her 5amily. We all enjoyed the birthday cake and singing : 'Happy Birthday" ito her. We watched a movie, "Jasper: All This and Winter, Too", on Friday morning..We enjoyed seeing the lovely scenery and an early glimpse of winter. We were glad the snow was on the movie and not just outside of our windows. Friday afternoon bingo winners were Bertha S., Cora, Hulda, Maggie, _Sylvia, Roy, Marie B., Harold and Bud. Bertha S. was the leader for the day wltfo three wins. Rev. Hjelmaas conducted our Sunday evening church service. CADETTE GIRL SCOUTS The Cadette Girl Scout Troop 420 met Monday, Sept. 9 in the Good Hope Lutheran Church basement. Last year's vice- president, Brenda Wubben, called itiie meeting to order. We elected the following new officers: Lisa Wubben, president; Kris Wilbeck, vice-president; Lola Beenlken, secretary; Janice Ubben, treasurer. The discussion was o n the activities for the year. Dues were set at $3.00 this year. Cadette Handbooks will be purchased out of the troop treasury. Kris Wilbeck made a motion to adjourn the meeting. It was seconded. Lisa Wubben adjourned ithe meeting. —Lola Beenken, reporter CONSERVE ENERGY! Dealers of 'America, has registered more than ten million continent en ts, several days re- home of her par, youngsters over the past 13 CulbertsotF 11 * Mrs. Francis years — making it the largest youth activity of its kind in America. This season, PP&K expects to attract more .than 1,200,000 registrants. Any youngster 8 through 13 years of age, accompanied by a parent or guardian, may register at Ley Motor Co. in Lakota. There is no entrance fee. Participants compete only against others in their own age group. No special equipment is required and there is no body contact. vAlso, participation does not impair a youngster's amateur standing. When a youngster registers, he or she is given a free PP&K Tips book which includes a complete set of rules, helpful xmditioning exercises, and important punting, passing and place-kicking tips by outstanding pros. This competition will be held at the Lakota ball diamond on Saturday, October 5 starting with the 8-year-olds at 10:00 a.m. TOPS Club Meets In Fellowship Hall The Titonka TOPS group met in Fellowship Hall of .the United Methodist Church on Monday, Sept. 2. Best losers for August were Julie Ledlie, Louise Stockwell, Tony Higgins and Hannabell Carlson. Winners of the recent contest were Pat Haines, Hanabell Carlson, and tied for 3rd place were Julie Ledlie, Lillian Honken and Louise Btockwell. 5 Titonka, Iowa r . September 5, 1974 Citv Council mS CIL PROCEEDINGS 1974 at 7 ™ !! m & «8iHar session Thursday, September Walter Baade was called to order ** Mayor councilmen present: Boyken, present> Keitil Hot Lunch Menu For week of September 16 Monday: Spaghetti and meat sauce, buttered green beans, peanut butter sandwich, fresh apple, milk. Tuesday: Sauerkraut and wieners, mashed potatoes and butter, sandwich, pumpkin custard, milk. Wednesday: Chili soup and crackers, carro.t and celery sticks, school made bun and butter, pear sauce, milk. Thursday: Fish sticks and tartar sauce, mashed potatoes and butter, lettuce salad, bread and butter, apple sauce, milk. Friday: Turkey noodle casserole, buttered peas, corn meal muffins, fruit jello, milk. cial 1974 rep&irs *° P Weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin PannkvUs were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ryan of Ankeny and Mary Greenan of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. John Isebrand visited Mrs. Gertie Isebrand a-t; the Care Center on Sunday afternoon and then went on to Clear Lake to visit in the home of Mrs. Johanna Brower. live modern for less with gas can heat your house in winter, cool It in summer. It can cook your meals, dry your clothes, heat your water. K can dispose of trash, and guard your yard wttft soft, fentle efficient^ and II does them economical^. Little wonder so many people «hooee to NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVCIE CO. OR YOUR LOCAL HEATING CONTRACTOR pool in operation for the ne*t season. Council decided to request patrons v> Tea( i their water meters for three quarters of the year and the «.\\, 7 ^11 h, aV e the meters read once a year. Cards will be mailed ^ patrons requesting that they read and record water metet teadine on card and return to city hall. Council reviewed the applications submitted tor the position of marshal! and sitreet, sewer and water commissioner. Appointments will be set up for interviewing applicants. Bills listed below were allowed. Meeting adjourned. General Fund: Titonka Savings Bank; Federal withholding tax ....... $366.40 Treasurer, State of Iowa; State withholding tax ....... 66 22 Iowa Employment Security Comm.; PICA ......... '.'.'.'. 377^9 Iowa Public Employees Retirement System; IPERS 204 77 Titonka Telephone Co.; Phone bill ................... 6 95 Myrtle G. Alke; Salary .............................. 95.38 Hofbauer's; Flowers ............................... . . 15 00 The Titonka Topic; Printing, .supplies and ad '. '. '. . . . . '. '. '. 82.89 Stree Fund: Terry L. Smith; Salary .............................. $ 73.13 Keith Wilcox; Salary ........................... 230 47 Farmers Co-op Oil Co.; Gas and oil ........... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 37^63 Marv's K & H; Gas .................................. 14.09 Gast Engineering Service; Repairs and labor ..... '.'.'.'.'. 39^44 Tim Norland, Labor ................................. 28.20 Beed Hardware; Supplies ............................ 41.41 Larry Nelson; Labor ............................ 24 71 Public Safety Fund: Terry L. Smith; Salary ............................... $ 20.00 Farmers Co-op Oil Co.; Oil change .................. 13 25 Marv's K & H; Gas and oil ........................... 35 54 Frank Fisher; Repairs and labor ...................... 31 n Marshall & Swift, Inc.; Laundry ...................... 2_50 Loren D. Hansen; Salary ............................ 652.93 Harvey Heyer; Ambulance call .... ................... 13*18 Wilbur Sexton; Ambulance call .................... ',', 471 Rolland S. Fox; Ambulance calls and gas .......... .... 27.29 Beed Hardware; Supplies ............................ 5^00 Sanitation Fund : Terry L. Smith; Salary . . ............................ $ 73.15 Keith Wilcox; Salary ............................. ... 85.37 Donald Norland; Hauling .................... ........ 4.00 Beed Hardware; Supplies ........................ 2 67 Interstate Power Co.; Electric bill .................... 21 89 Elmer Wiegand; Rent ............................... 100.00 Julie Boyken; Painting and cleaning itrash barrels ..... 25.QO Recreation Fund: Titonka Telephone Co.; Phone bill ................... $ 11.42 Titonka Senior Citizens Center; Rental aid ........... 40.00 Donald Norland; Hauling ............................ 4.00 Water Conditioning Con. & Supply; Supplies ......... 25.95 Gast Service Engineering; Repair and labor ........... 58.74 Beed Hardware; Supplies ........................... . 7.51 Hiland Potato Chip Co.; Chips ....................... 5.04 Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.; Pop ........................ . &IQ Interstote Power Co.; Electric bill .................... 360.77 Titonka Savings Bank; Federal withholding tax ....... 70JO Iowa Employment Security Comm.; PICA ............. 315.57 North Central Public Service Co.; Gas bill ............. 20L06 Carol A. Sorenson, Salary, postage 'and phone calls ____ 151.31 Deborah Budlong; Salary ............................ 139.11 Connie Heyer; Salary ............................ ... nsJJO Laura Boekelman; Salary ......................... . ' 179.80 Conna Hoover .......... ............................ 68.07 Joyce iCulbertson; Salary ...................... '.'.'.'.'.'. 19.77 Lorie Schuster; Salary ......................... ' ' . ' 45*20 Rhonda Budlong; Salary ............................ 52 82 Terry Hoover; Salary ............................ .'.'.' 11.30 Diane Rike; Salary ..... . ...................... ...... 3^39 Debra Movick; Salary ............................... 39 54 Water Fund: Terry L. Smith; Salary .............................. $ 35.50 North Central Public Service Co.; Gas bill ............ 10.34 MyrWe G. Alke; Salary .... .......................... 48^00 Keith Wilcox; Salary and postage ................... . 1B.50 Julius Ostercamp; Digging ---- . ..................... 162^00 Master Level Controls Co.; Repair ' Tarifcmaster" ...... 27.38 United Building Centers; Control box ................ 3 05 Mrs. Terry Smith; Postage ........................... 4*34 Brown Supply Co. ; Supplies ......................... 512.25 Beed Hardware; Supplies ............................ 1.62 Interstate Power Co.; Electric bill .................... 463:66 Trust and Agency Fund: Titonfca Savings Bank; Federal withholding tax ....... $ 26.90 Iowa Employment Security Comm.; PICA ............. 43.23 Iowa Public Employees Retirement System; IPERS ____ '19.95 Road Use Tax Fund: Farmers Go-on Oil Co.; Gas and tires ................. $172.68 Boggess Construction Co.; Cold-mix .................. 482!40 Welp & McOarten, Inc.; Roadstone ................... 22^90 Bauer Implement Co.; Filter ......................... 6.55 Gary E. Sleper; Diesel Fuel .......................... 12.55 Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co.; Repairs .................. 44.41 P. & M. Stone Co., Inc.; Concrete chips ............... 13.12 Sewer Construction Fund: Julius Ostercamp, Digging ........................... $ 54.50 Myrtle G. Alke; Salary .............................. 43.00 Farmers Co-op Oil Co.; Gas .......................... 9 71 Marv's K & H; Gas ................................. 2.25 Gast Engineering Service; Labor ..................... 5.00 Mason City Rent-All; Rent electric eel ................ 10s!oO Tompson Sewer & Drain Co.; Backhoe and labor ...... 202!so Hach Chemical Co.; Testing equipment . . ............. 275.96 Dan Nelson; Labor .................................. 18.83 Tom Norland; Labor ............................... ' . 64.77 John's Electric Motors; Motor repair ................. 182^00 MYRTLE G. ALKE, City Clerk Attest: WALTER BAADE, Mayor ts rt :e le >n m ol Ml a ig rs. la y- id le U- Id ou its •s! ed oi- ey >r- rs. fc- • Ml.

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