Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on September 12, 1974 · Page 5
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, September 12, 1974
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""V •:• LOCAL THE TITONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA. SEPTEMBER ly " n l±f-^^ Jl ^:, _ Mr. and.Mrs. Edward Brandt ermeier, Tracy and Troy flew to Tacoma, Wast, where they spent ten days vacationing and sightseeing. They were guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burke and family. They also visited for two days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. •Adams at Leavenworth, Wash. They returned home August 26 PILLOW CLEANING: Ali pillows cleaned individually and back on your beds the same Hay. Cleaned, deodorized, re- fluffed, germ free and ticking. All for $2.65. Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Seaton are the pr,ouct parents of a baby -- -- -.—.—, — IUTTMU. VJ. tl_f JL RJlAWtU attended the funeral of Mrs William Baddeley, Mrs Brandt's mother, on Tuesday, Sept. 3 in tine Chapel of the Hill, Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge. new — — ---— y .VMM. ^/M,iCJ.iLo vii y, UaUV daughter, Sarah Jane, bor n Friday morning, Sept. 6 at Memorial Hospital, Britt. She weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces The beaming grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Russell Wolfe Of Marshalltown and Mr. and Mrs Daniel Seaton of Horseshoe Benk, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Jaren, Gloria Graham and Alvina Redenius camped at Ledges State Park near Boone on Saturday and Sunday. , . Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Hansen of Alton became the parents of a 6 pound, 12 ounce baby girl o n Tuesday, Sept. 3 at the Orange City Municipal Hospital. She has been named Krislyn Jo., and has a brother, Mark, to welcome her home. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hansen of Alton and Mrs. Ellen Boelkes. Mr. and Mrs. -Edward Bluhm of Burnsville, Minn, are the ' ^^ A son, ToS to 'Mr. and of Port Dodge 8. He weighed was bor n Redenius 7 > Sept. , parents of a daughter, 'stacy Lynn, born Wednesday, Sept. 4. She weighed a little over 9 pounds. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Art Bluhm of St. Cloud, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs Bill Fritz. Mrs. Hamilton of Oklahoma was a visitor for a few days in the home of Donna Nelson; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Deittman of Minona were Tuesday afternoon coffee guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher. PICTURE POST CARDS new P icture P os t cards snowing an. aerial view of the Town of Titonka taken within the past year which we would be pleased to give to anyone who would IIKC some. Pillow Cleaning Service Sponsord by TITONKA AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Tuesday, September 24 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. TITONKA TOWN HAIL — Proceeds to go to the Stacey Goodrich Fund in to up as many as you can us e of these * „„ ,1 . an us e o ese | cards. They might be of interest to former residents you who would appreciate a picture of the "Old Home lown • Titonka Savings Bank "MEMBER* ^FEDERAL RESERVED .SYSTEM^ Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 4 ~>^^ Mrs. Clarence Akkerman and Mrs. Bert Weaver, Kathy and Dave of Buffalo Center were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Worth in the at Monroe. Fred Follman was injured playing football Friday evening at Renwick and was taken by ambulance to Mercy Hospital in Mason City. 1974 Close-Out icr™ nn i 1? i 110 * 1 ™ cars and trucks are ' rolling in. We've got seven 1974 cars left and we'll make a real effort to move them out this week Stop m and lets get together on one of these new 1974 Fords Maverick 4-dr., dark brown, AT, AC,VT Maverick.2-dr., green, straight stick, 6 cylinder Pinto Station Wagon, yellow with black interior, a cute car Pinto 2-dr., green, straight stick, 4 cylinder Pinto 3-dr. Runabout, orange and white, loaded, a beauty Mustang II, green, 4 speed, 4 cylinder LTD 2 dr., blue, demo, AC, PS, PB, 3,000 miles USED CARS FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 73 Monte Carlo, green-white vinyl top, a beautiful car 72 Impala 4-dr., dark brown, low mileage 71 Buick Electra, gold, marked way down 71 Country Squire, Hark green 70 Ford XL 2-dr., white with black vi n yl top, bucket seats, AT. on floor 70 LTD 2-dr., dark green 70 Bonneville, dark blue AM-FM, speed ; control, power windows, loaded , (THIS WEEK'S USED CAR SPECIAL) 70 Mercury 4-dr., black and white (69 Ford 4-dr. (3 of them) '69 Mustang 69'Plymouth 4-dr. 68 Pontiacs (2 of them) 68 Ford 4-drs. (2 of them) 68 Ford Fairlane 68 Chevrolet 4-drs. (2 of itfaem) 67 Dodge 4-dr. 67 Ford 2-dr., 289 V8 67 Chrysler 4-dr. 67'Mercury 4-dr. 67 Ford 2-dr. 67 Falrla n e 2-dr. 67'Cutlass 4-dr. 66 Mustang, new red paint Job 66 Buick 2-dr. And Many More To Choose From Thursday visitors ^ , Iie home of Mrs. Hilka Giesking were Mrs. Reka Koch and Mrs Johanna Ubben. Rev. and Mrs. Tobe Bolles and sons of Stewartville, Minn were Sunday dinner guests in We home of Mr. and Mrs Don Michaelsen. Weekend visitors i n the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gingrich were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jackowell and Nathan of Mankato, Minn. Mrs. Linda Tjarks and Gwen of Rake were Saturday forenoon coffee guests in ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Junkermeier. Mrs. Peral Kroming a was a Sunday supper guest in the home of Mrs. Jennie Whalen PILLOW CLEANING: Old feather beds made into new pillows. Feathers will be cleaned, sterilized and new feather- proof ticking. All for $2.65. Arlene Redenius was a patient at Mercy Hospital, Mason City, from Friday through Sunday for observation. | Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hen n of Manson (the former Krlston Rakow) are parents of a son born Monday, Sept. 9. He has been named Nathan Griffith, and weighed 7 ; lbs., 11 y z ozs. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George He nn of Manson and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Rakow. Mrs. Caroline Brandt is the great- grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bird of Sauk Centre, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Jare n and Cheryl were Tuesday morning coffee guests in. the home of Mrs. Helen Jaren. USED PICKUPS FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 72 International % ton, 21,000 miles 72 Chevrolet Gheyen n e % ton with matching black topper, fancy 70 Ford F-250 pickup 69 GMG 1 ton with stock box 66 GMG % ton Pickup 65 Ford% to n Pickup 64 Ford F-100 63 Chevrolet % ton, 6 cyL, recently overhauled 63 GMC y z ton And Ma n y More THE NEW 1975 FORD PICKUPS are rolling in and we need late model pickup trades. We have on hand a selection of V 9 ton F-100 s and F-250's in regular cab, Super cab and 4-wheel drive units We also are getting a nice group of brand new F-150 trucks These F-150's have GVW of 6050 Ibs. and operate (as do all heavier'trucks) on either leaded or non-leaded gasoline. Stop in or call and We'll Come To You. Contact Ron Meyer or Dave Ley at .... Ley Motor Company FORD-MERCURY Your Granddad's Dealer — Your Dad's Dealer — Your Dealer PHONE 886-2433 LAKOTA, IOWA OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENING UNTIL 9:00 PJtf. OR ANY OTHER EVENING BY APPOINTMENT. CALL (515) 886-2433. Buy Land LATMD BANK Loans on Land EMMETSBURG West Highway 18 Ph. (712) 852-3645 Box If - Ftek! Office 716 So. PhOupi See Eugene n ****tmi Pouter or Helen Bass > . ounces. Grandparent^, 13 and Mrs. 'Armond Fra^Mr. Pioneer and Mr. and Mr. Aaf Redenius. Mrs. Julia RAMSEY REFORMED CHURCH Rev. John Janssen. Pastor Sunday, September 15 — n: — " 7 -- * --------- — — -- Courijj^m. Ruth Circle goes to Wedne^me. 7:30 p^September 18 Thursday, " 1:30 p.m. , , — Stec\ v 9:30 a.m. Worship, and Mrs. Fred Redenius ox 10:45 a.m. Sunday School. Woden are great-grandmothers, h-so p.m. Worship. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rode and \day, September 12 Kent drove to Granger a week - s ago Tuesday and enjoyed supper with Keith Rode. They went on to Ames where Kent remained to attend I.S.U. Mr and Mrs. Rode Returned home that evening. Mrs. R. C. Cosgrove and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz visited Mrs. Clarke Miller at the South'dale Fairview Hospital in Minneapolis on Sunday. Mr. Miller went up to bring her home today. '.'...•' PILLOW CLEANING: Your pillows can be carriers of germs, virus, allergy irritants, dust and perspiration ordors. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings and Mrs. Ann Rippentrop were a week ago Saturday dinner TITONKA SENlOv EVENING CARD The Titonka Senior^ will have their evening 6315 party at .7:30 p.m., MoSF d September 1-6. Everyone is w'i come. guests in the home of Mr. Lloyd Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. David Buffington, Beth ari*a Brad of Danbury, Conn, left for their home on August 29. They stopped at West Liberty to visit for a day i n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooks. They also called at the home of Mrs. Nancy Foster at Peoria, 111. They had been yisting friends and relatives in our area and touring the Western United States and Canada this summer. Mr. and Mrs. John Welhous- en and Mrs. Herman Chandler of Dayton, Ohio spent the weekend visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Straub at LeSeuer, Minn. They returned home Monday. DOAN UNITED METHQDIST CHURCH Roy Hjelmaas, Pastor Su n day, September 15 9:00 a.m. Worship Service 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. 2:00 p.m. UMYF leaves from church for Pilot Knob. Tuesday, September 17 Goodwill itruck pickup in Titonka. Wednesday, September 18 7:30 p.m. UMYF. Thursday, September 19 2.00 p.m. UMW meets at the church. TITONKA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Roy Hjelmaas, Pastor Su n day, September 15 9:15 a.m. Sunday School. 10:30 p.m. Worship Service 8:00 p.m. UMYF officers meet i n Fireside Room. Saturday, September 14 7:30 p.m. Those interested in joining church meet at the parsonage. Tuesday, September 17 Goodwill itruck pickup in Titonka. Wednesday, September 18 Junior Choir practice after school. 5:00 p.m. Harvest Supper. GOOD HOPE LUTHERAN Vrbert C. Hanson, Pastor Su 5N, September 15 "V^vm. Sunday School and i U n nft cla§s - lu.oo a.^ Worsnlp service Pot luck <y nner at noon honorzng °ut vuuton; from am Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kettwick, Mrs. Raymond Baade and Randy, Mrs. Alfred Baade, Cindi and Maria, and Mr. and Mrs. David Beenke n were a week ago Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Mrs. Eugene Beenken in honor of Darrel's birthday. Mrs. Wilbur Sexton was a Monday evening visitor i n the home of Mrs. Helen Jaren. Harvest Supper Served Family Style At The UNITED METHODIST CHURCH TITONKA, IOWA Wednesday, Sept. 18 Serving starts at 5:00 p.m. — MENU — Fried Chicken — Buttered Peas & Carrots Mashed Potatoes — Cabbage Salad Gravy — Rolls — Jams — Relishes Home Made Pie — Coffee Adults: $2.25 Under 10: $1.00 Japan. Saturday, SeptemTot t u 9:30, 9:30 and 1^.45 Confirmation Classes. Tuesday, September 17 10:00 a.m. Waldorf Association meeting. 8:00 p.m. Church Council. 8:00 p.m. Janet Circle meets at the church, Mrs. Herbert Rakow, hostess. IMMANUEL LUTHERAN Ted Ager, Pastor Sunday, September 15 8:55 a.m. Gr. 7 confirmation 8:55 a.m. Sunday School. 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 7:00 p.m. Luther League Parent's Night. Tuesday, September 17 9:00 a.m. Waldorf College Ass'n. Annual Meeting. Wednesday, September 18 6:15 p.m. Gr. 8 confirmation 7:30 p.m. Gr. 9 confirmation 7:30 p.m. Pr. Choir practice. Thursday, September 19 8:00 p.m. Sunday School Staff meeting. The Boyken family reunion was held at the Woden Park a week .ago Sunday. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyken, Mrs. Martha Boyken, Mr. and Mrs. Art Boyken, Janine, Melinda and Amelia, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hannover and Heather of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. David Rurup. PILLOW CLEANING: You I wouldn't sleep on dirty sheets | so why sleep o n dirty pillows! Have them thoroughly cleaned and a new feather-proof ticking. All this for only $2.65. A week ago Friday, Mrs. Viva Keagle accompanied her neice, Berneice Bobensouse, of Dennison to 'Minneapolis where they attended an open house honoring Mrs. Keagle's sister. Mrs. Ethel Shaw, o n her 80th birth;, day. They returned home on Tuesday. New Summer Months Livestock Auction Schedule — AT — 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 port these dates: Tuesday, July 16 Tuesday, August Z7 Tuesday, July 30 Tuesday, September 10 Tuesday, August 13 Tuesday, September 24 When planning to sell yoor livestock, please bear these dates In mind! j -a Tuesday, October 1 we will return to holding Livestock Auction, every Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m., and every week from then cm! We Will Conttane To Boy And Sell Livestock At Private Treaty Daring This Tine DeVries Auction Company > u /™c. ~ M BUFFALO CENTER, K>WA PHONE 562-2777 "V. - .:- L-L*-^

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