Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on September 26, 1974 · Page 5
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THE TITONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, SEPTEMBER 26, 1974 Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch Written Thursday, Sept. 19 Sixteen ladies from Portland and Titonfca attended a shower and get acquainted party in the home of Mrs. Hazel Carroll in honor of Mrs. Bob Carroll of Algona. Mrs. Bob Carroll received many beautiful and useful gifts. The afternoon was spent visiting and lunch was served at the end of the afternoon. We all wish Jane and Bob happiness all through their married life. Mrs. Madeline Mclntee of Wautoma, Wise., and Mr. Roy Huber of Princeton, Wise, were Sunday evening visitors in ithe home of Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth. They, and Mrs. Aurilia Walker were Monday evening visitors. They are all brothers and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Larsen returned Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 18 after toeing gone about three weeks. They stopped to visit Janice, who teaches in Hurley, S.D., and stayed overnight with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Dwinell at Ord, Nebr. and also spent Sunday there. The next day they visited a sister, Mrs. Frank Byerly, at Greeley, Nebr., and another sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moody at Scotia. The Moodys accompanied them ,to Cheney, Kan. where they picked up a neice, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Schrag and boys, and left Tuesday for West Palm Beach, Pla., stopping at Longview, Tex. to spend a day visiting friends. They arrived at West Palm Beach on Sunday when the Schrags took a plane fos the Bahamas. Monday they started up the north side of Florida to do some sight seeing, visiting the Lion Country Safari and Cyprus Gardens. Wednesday they drove over to the 'Atlantic Ocean, and on Thursday drove to Reids- ville, N.C. to visit an army buddy of Glenn's, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCollem and family. From there they went to Hocking, Ohio to visit a cousin of Glenn's, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Merrils and family. They started home Monday, having had a wonderful trip and seeing a lot of country. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Harms, David Harms and Annette Frankl of Algona attended the Spencer Fair last Saturday. David Harms was a Tuesday supper guest in the Harris Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rhunke and Renee of Algona were Wednesday supper guests in the Harris Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and family of Britt, Mrs. Linda Meister and boys, and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mar low and Cole of Burt were Sunday dinner guests in the P. W. Marlow lome. If a man has lots of gall, he scarcely needs a brain at all. Chicken Night Every Thursday 8:00 to 12:00 p.m. All You Can Eat — MENU — BROASTED CHICKEN COLE SLAW — BISCUIT RED DOG LOUNGE TITONKA, IOWA Written Monday, Sept. 23 The Portland Progress Club met Thursday at the Kountry Kitchen in Titonka where they enjoyed a 12:30 dinner. Attend- ing were Arlene Wood, Lois Bristow, Arlene Marlow, Esther Shipler, Grace Ackerman, Marie Parsons, Vera Fitch, Florence Koestler, Vivian Dutton, Sarah Stewart, Eva Shipler, Myrtle Zwiefel and Grace Trenary. Roll call: "A new product I have tried". After new and old business was discussed, the afternoon was spent visiting. The next meeting will be held October 17 in the home of Esther Shipler with Hilma Carlson as assistant hostess. Roll call: "My favorite apple recipe". Fun Time: Thelma Meister and Ramona Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mrs. Effie Teeter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arend and girls of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Riche and Angela of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder and family, Mrs. Gladys Christense n and Ross Buffington were Sunday evening guests in the Harvey Larson home in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Magdaline Ortman and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ortman and Chad of Bancroft were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Jack Thompson home. PACKING HOUSE BEEF QUARTERS — MEAT WRAPPING — ALL FLAVORS Schwan's ICE CREAM Butchering • Processing TITONKA LOCKERS — Closed Saturday Afternoons — TITONKA, IOWA 1975 Ford and Mercury Showing - AT LEY MOTOR COMPANY FRIDAY and SATURDAY 97-98 JLI " L\J This includes the all new Granada and Monarch 1. Music by Fibber and Rosie 2. Free Coffee, Donuts and Pop 3. Register for Valuable Prizes 4. Favors for Everyone all day Friday National! and Local KIDS: SIGN UP FOR THE PUNT, PASS & KICK CONTEST TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 STARTING AT 10:00 a.m. — Ages 8 to 13. Over 30 New Units To Show You! OUR LINE-UP IS BIGGER AND BETTER THAN ANY OTHER YEAR! SO — COME IN AND SPEND THE DAY WITH US. 1974 HAS BEEN A GOOD YEAR AND 1975 WILL BE BETTER WITH NEW MODELS. COME UN AND LOOK THEM OVER. LEY YOUR GRANDDAD'S DEALER — YOUR dAD'S DEALER — TOUR DEADER ' Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Neaves of Beverly Hills, Calif, arrived Friday by plane and will visit in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister, and then go to Templeton to visit her mother, Mrs. R. B. Cox, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meister and boys of Cherokee came up to spend the weekend in the Bernard Meister home. They, the Gordon Neaves, and Mrs. Linda Meister and boys were Friday supper guests in the Bernard Meister home. They were all Saturday supper guests in the Bill Meister home at Burt, and the Bernard Meisters entertained the group .at a Sunday dinner at Van's Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend attended the wedding of Kathy Elmers and Dennis McGuire in the Burt Lutheran Church last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch visited in the Harol Fitch home near Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Arend drove to Mason City Sunday afternoon to meet Linda at the airport. She had spent a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoffmeyer (the former Vickie Westling) at Lock Port, 111. Thursday afternoon visitors in the E. C. Schwietert home were Mary Zollar, Novella Cunes, Francis Schrader and Anna Griesse, all of Lakota. Mr. Schwietert is improving slowly and walks a bit more each day. Mrs. Ella Meyer of Burt was a Sunday supper guest in the EuClaire Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Olson and boys attended a pot luck dinner Sunday in the Louis Huber home in Titonka. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Zwiefel and Lex of Aus,tin, Minn. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Mertie Huber of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Huber and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Krull, Mr. and Mrs. Fim Krull, Levant Moore, Leona Haase, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van Hove. Mrs. Galena Zwiefel and Orlo Zwiefel, all of Titonka. Mrs. Galena Zwiefel and Mrs. Hazel Stott of Titonka were Tuesday evening visitors in the Earl Zwiefel home. Time writes no wrinkles on the brow of eternity. Low Yield Payments For Some County Farms With some Kossuth County farms hit by hail, wind, flood and drought, farmers having wheat and feed grain allot- mests may be eligible for disaster payments, according to George Detmering, chairman of the Kossuth County ASC Committee. In connection with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's disaster payment program, it is important that a producer report the disaster conditions as early as possible to the county ASCS office, Mr. Detmering said. A previous requirement for mid-summer sign-up and certification has been revised, enabling producers with wheat, corn, barley and grain sorghum allotments to certify not later than 15 days after completing harvest i n order to be eligible for payment for abnormally low yield. However, Mr. Detmering advised, the producers best course is to report to the county ASCS office as soon as he realizes his yield may be below normal. Before low yield payments can be made, the Kossuth Co. ASC committee is required to have a field Inspection made and to obtain records which verify actual production. "When a producer visits the county ASCS office to report that natural disaster is affecting production on his allotment crops, we will discuss all the details with him, including inspection and the production evidence he will need", Mr. Detmering said. "It's one of the reasons an early visit is advisable." U.S. SAVINGS BONDS Hot Lunch Menu For week of September 30 Monday: Meat patty on a bun, buttered corn, carrot and celery sticks, chocolate pudding, milk. Tuesday: Creamed dried,beef over mashed potatoes, cabbage salad, peanut butter sandwich, peach sauce, milk. Wednesday: Vegetable beef soup, lime Jello, school < made bun and butter, cookie, milk.. Thursday: Creamed turkey over mashed potatoes, carrot and celery sticks, sandwich, apple sauce, milk.; ; , , Friday: Macaroni and cheese, buttered peas, meat salad sandwich, coconut bar, milk. BUY IT IN TITONKA! LATSIDB7VNK Loans on Land EMMETSBURG "- W«rt-m«tiw*y 18 ;. . „ Ph. (712) 853-3845 ; B«C W ... AlfOM See Buaeae HatctiM. Harrfa diP Helen HM§ 718 So. PttlliBf. - .< We recommend yet dame today, at... FARMERS COOPERATIVE ELEVATOR TITONKA, IOWA Home Federal Savings & Loan Association ALGONA OFFICE 50511 State & Harlan Streets (515) 295-7251 GARNER OFFICE 50438 325 State Street (515) 923-3621 Savings and investments are the Highest here. ANNUAL EARNINGS ON YOUR SAVINGS AND INVESTMENTS ARE COMPOUNDED DAILY. ^ Yields 5.3O% — ON PASSBOOK Day-In, Day-Out Passbook Savings Any Amount — No 'Minimum 5%%- Yields 5.92% - CERTIFICATE On Three Month Certificates $500 Minimum — Yields 6.72% — CERTIFICATE On One-Year Certificates $1000 Minimum — Yields G.98% —CERTIFICATE On 30 Month Certificates $5,000 Minimum ^-Yields 7.78% — CERTIFICATE On 4 Year Certificates $10,000 Minimum I ' : All earnings Automatically reinvested on March 31, June 30, Sept 30 and Dec. 31. A substantial interest penalty is requ for early withdraw! on all certificate^

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