Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on September 26, 1974 · Page 7
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, September 26, 1974
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Dei)!, oi' History and Archives THE TlTONKA TOPIC VOLUME LXXVI TlTONKA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA 50480, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1974 NUMBER 38 THE BOWLERS CORNER Standings and High Scores for the week of September 16 7 National League Redenius Insurance .12 Heyer Shelling 10 Don's DX 9 Titonka Sav. Bank .. 7 Burt Sav. Bank 6 Farmers Co-op Oil .. 4 4 6 7 9 10 12 North Kossuth League Heyer Livestock .... 13 3 Chuck's DX 11 5 Rollie's Food Ctr. ...10 6 Beed Hardware 9 7 K & H Co-op Oil .... 9 7 German Val. Store .. 8 8 U.B.C 8 8 Farm Service 8 8 Earl's Market 3 13 Trunkhill Tiling .... 1 15 Tyk e Leaguer s Tyke Lanes 11 Titonka Sav. Bank .. 10 Cunningham's 8 N. Cen. Pub. Serv. . . 8 Meyer's Painters .... 5 Stanley Products 4 5 2 8 4 11 12 Woodchoppers League DT'S Lounge 11 5 Tyke Lanes 11 5 Anderson Impl 10 y z 5 TLtonka Plumbing .. 10 6 Mike's Construction . 10 6 Titonka Topic 9»/ 2 6 Carney's Std. Serv. .. 9 7 Callies V-Store 8 8 Van Hove Shelling .. 5 11 Crystal Lake Furn. . . 5 11 Titonka Elevator ... 3 13 Willex 3 13 Women Over 165 Donna Rudisill 204, 179 Judy Junkermeier ... 200, 165 Kas Larson 199, 188, 175 Charlotte Anderson 187 Velma Nelson 187, 167 Marge Goetz 185 Caralee Follman 183 Katie Ellefson 176 Caralee Follman 176, 169 LaVaughn Wibben 177 Irene Hinders 175 Donna Rudisill 172 Kari Knudson 170 Mick Jandl 169 Barb Madsen 168 Jean Mayland 168 Mick Jandl 166 Men Over 205 Jack Trunkhill 246 Dan Meyer 238 A. J. Budlong 228 Bud Haugen 212 Harold Andreasen 209 Eugene Jandl 209 Lester Eden 208 A. J. Budlong 207 Merle Hoover 205 District Women's Clubs Plan Annual Convention The annual convention of the 6th District Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs will be held Wednesday, October 2 at Activities To Start Here Thursday Wedding At Good Hope For Japanese Visitors The "Bridge of Fellowship" that brought together Christians of the American Lutheran j ^ &e ^wntag wiiTbe ToliowVd Church, Iowa District, with .,„ „ ^ nnf ;*° „„ .t>, n K Q H rn a . Homecoming activities for Titonka High School will get underway Thursday, Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the school gym when the royalty will be introduced and the 1974 Homecoming King and Queen crowned. the First United Methodist Church in Algeria. The convention will get underway with registration at 8:30 a.m., and the call .to order by the state president at 9:30 A luncheon will be served at noon, and workshops start at 1:00 p.m. The Titonka Federated Club and the Titonka Woman's Club are among the hosting clubs. Funeral Services Held For Accident Victims Woden: Funeral services for .two Woden area teenagers who were killed Wednesday, Sept. 18, when struck by a car while riding their bicycles south of Woden, were held Saturday. Services for Jolene Hobbs, 16, were held at St. John's Lutheran Church in Woden at 10:30 a.m. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hobbs, ,,..„,, i. and died near her home follow- for a reply in ^Topic tp^ my ing the accident. Surviving are her parents, (Raymond and Marjorie Hobbs of Britt; one brother, Clay; her grandparents, Mrs. Earl Hobbs of Crystal Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Buns of Britt; several aunts, uncles, cousins Church, Christians from the Japanese Lutheran Church in different cities in Japan, brought another special privilege to Good Hope Lutheran of Titonka. The chapel of Good Hope was the setting of the wedding of Aiko Kakihara of New York City and Loren Gautz of Adrian, Mich. Aiko is the sister of Shin Kakihara of Tokyo, who was a Bridge of Fellowship visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Baade and family. Aiko wanted her brother, Shin, to be present for her wedding, so the couple made their plans and drove from New Rork City to Titonka for the ceremony. Mrs. Keiko Ujiie of Chevy Chase, Md. accompanied them the served as matron of honor. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Herbert Hanson. Other guests at the wedding and reception who came from a distance were Loren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gautz of Adrian, Mrs. Paul Gautz, Shawn and Kasie, and Bridge of Fellowship visitors, Mr. Yoshiaki Matsuoka of Yokoma, Mr. Haruo Shimura of Kofu City, and Mr. Kanemi Watabe of Tyke Routes Sentrql 47-13 Homecoming Came Next Group Starts Plans For Recreation Area Letter To The Editor Chiba City. The receptiin was planned and served by a group of ladies from the Good Hope Lutheran Church. by a bonfire on ithe ball diamond, a snake dance, and lunch in the school lunchroom. The public is invited. On Friday, a parade will form in front of the school at about 3:15 p.m. and proceed downtown to the bank intersection where a pep rally will be held with all students attending. Highlights of this year's 1 parade will include the King and Queen and their attendants, the Titonfca High School band, football team, floats from each of ithe junior and senior high school classes, and the marching of elementary students. The football game with the Newman Knights of Mason City will start at 7:30 p.m. During the half of the game, the 1974 Homecoming King and Queen and their attendants will be presented, and the winners of the float judging will also be announced. A 1st, 2nd and 3rd jlace prize will be awarded. Queen candidates are Becky Bunkofske, Vicky Schuller and Bonna Rae Tapper, and King candidates are Dave Hamilton, Wayne Bruns and Doug Harms. Attendants are Laura Boekelman, Junior Class; Jolene Ise- Use Without Abuse! , s ° me *£** *J™?J1 BU /; falo Center businessmen in In keeping with the trend of trying to figure out a way to the times, the Titonka Public Library now offers itho service of multi-media. New additions are an 8 mm sound projector, cassette players, a cassette recorder, earphone junction box and three sets of earphones. The library also was the recip-, IG area people met in the Com lent of a slide projector, as well muniby Room of the Farmers as the entire se,t of Jubilee i Trust, and Savings Bank of I looked forward last week and many friends. Services for Larry Ernest Hofmann, 17, were held at 2:00 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Titonka. He died Thursday morning at Mercy Hospital, Mason City. 'Surviving are his parents, Fred and Sharon Hofmann; itwo brothers and two sisters; grandfathers, Clarence Schut- per and Ernst Hofmann, both of Titonka; several uncles, cousins and friends. aunts, many New Members Received At Titonka U.M. Church New members were received into the fellowship of the Titonka United Methodist Church "during the worship service on Sunday, Sept. 22. Richard Looft received the Sacrament of Baptism before the reception of members. Those who joined the church 'are Leanne Clausen from the David Community Church, Riceville; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Goodrich from the First Christian Church, Creston, and First Methidist Church, Cedar Falls; Rev. and Mrs. Roy Hjelmaas, Sandra, Jan and Joel from the Farnhamville United Methodist Church; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Looft on Profession of Faith and from the Ramsey Reformed Church, Mr. and Mrs Stephen Schroeder from Immanuel Lutheran, Spirit Lake, and United Methodist Church, Harries; and Carol Sore'nson from the Presbyterian Church, Ringsted. 59 DAYS Without A Fire first two letters to the editor from members of the T.D.C. giving their ideas and views to the public. Since they had nothing to say in the issue, I'll toss another 'hot potato" their way for them to juggle for a time. In poking my nose in various places and into other people's business, I gathered some interesting and puzzling information. I find that the property in question was removed from taxation in June of 1973 because, as the one member of T.D.C. told me, they found the rental income was insufficient to pay same. I have a copy of Real Estate Mortgage dated Aguust 3, 1973 (less ithan two months after tax exemption was granted) and recorded on August 6,1973, for purposes of building anoth- r five-plex housing unit. Did the financial situation improve that much in such a hort period of time? One would hardly expect a group of h'rewd businessmen to get in- olved deeper in a losing finanC' al veniture. In the recorded copy of the above Real Estate Mortgage, I ,lso find the following covenant and agreement among a ist of 19 to be kept and performed as follows: No. 1 on the list of 19 — "The- Borrower shall comply with all state laws and regulations applicable to the said business and shall pay taxes, charges and assessments as the same may become due." I have a suspicion there may be a conflict of interest among some of the members of the corporation, which if true, should be cause for their resignation or removel from mem- Dership of any corporation involving use of public funds such as is the situation with T.D.C. I also feel that the public should be given or have access to all financial records of any corporation involved in use of public funds, whether for "charitable and benevolent" purposes or for private gain, f /&/ Orlo E, Zwiefel Doan U.M.W. Meets In Church Annex Sept. 19 The Doan United Methodist Women me* Thursday, Sept. 19 in tine church annex with Vir ginia Seaburg as hostess. Lavon Gatton 'had the scripture, and Sadie Struthers the lesson Vice president, Lucille Carlson conducted the meeting with members answering roll call. Several ladies attended Guesi Day at the Christian Reformed Church at Woden. The ladie» .of the church are invited to Guest Day at the Wesley United Methodist Church. A work shop will be held Tuesday Oc tober 8 at Charles The brand, Sophomore Class; and Susan Schmidt, Freshman Class The Homecoming dance will get underway following the game, with music furnished by Wildfire. The doors will close one hour after the dance starts and those who leave after the doors close will not be allowed back in. Those Invited to the dance are all alumni, students i n grades 9-12, and their dates. Admission to the dance is $1.75 slides and cassette, given by the Titonka Area Diamond Jubilee, Inc. A 16 mm sound projector has ibeen available for use for a number of years. As the program is expanded, it is planned to include children's stories on cassettes and cassettes of tunes with teen appeal. The library will build its own collection of cassettes and a catalog listing those 1 available through the North Iowa Library Extension Service may be used upon request. Books, or 'print media", are only a part, of library service. Patrons of the community are urged to try these exciting new additions. Teens are especially invited to use th<J ear phones, record player and cassette service. A library "Use and Loan" policy is posted in the library. "Use Without Abuse" is the key. group is planning to hold a bake sale in Titonka on Nov. 5. The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, October 3 with Neoma Hansen as hostess. TITONKA V F W AUXILIARY The William H. Kenedy Auxiliary 4071 will meet Tuesday, October 1 in the Titonka Public Library with Thressa Baade and Marilyn Bengtson as hostesses. Erna Sleper, Millie Smidt and Bev Gerds are to take cookies to the Care Center o n Tuesday, October 8. Local Delegates Attend Meeting At Waldorf Forest City: More than 200 delegates 'from 89 congrega tions came from Iowa, Minneso ta and Wisconsin to attend the annual Waldorf Lutheran College Association meeting, held last week. Officially 206 delegates were dispatched to Forest City to hear reports aibout Waldorf College. Uniquely, ithere are 133 congregations which own and operate the College. Waldorf is the only church college in the American Lutheran Church that is operated on that basis. Four workshops on admissions, student life, Bible courses, and service to church and community by faculty and students were conducted. President Paul Mork told the association that with enrollment up for the first time in five years and with a balanced budge,t for the last fiscal year, prospects looked terrific for the future. Director of Development Ray I Mehl reported in his Project ! '78 update that gift income was ' up — another brighit light. Titonka congregations repre- Church Women Plan Annual Fall Conference It is hoped that nearly 300 Reformed Church women from Pleasant Prairie Classis wil gather at the First Reformed Church, Buffalo Center, on Fri day, October 4 for the annua Fall Conference of that Wo men's Union. Coffee time and registration begin at 9:15 a.m. followed by ithe 'morning se ssion at 10:00, at which Mrs John Janssen of Titonka wil preside. Theme for the day aken from Romans 6:13, i 'Tools in the Hands of God". Mrs. Melvin Voss of Parkersburg will be the song leader for the day, and Mrs. Leon Aalberts will introduce ithe Centennial sroject whoch will support Project Phillip in India as well as benevolences. It is an exciting prospect as the group hopes Brownie News Seve n Brownies and six fu-'sented were Immanuel Luther- ture members held their first!an by Rev. Ted Ager, Merle meeting in Fellowship Hall of Giesking and Francis Culbertson; and Good Hope by Rev. Herbert Hanson, Mrs. Joyce Hanson and Mrs. Viona Wel- the Methodist Church on Monday, Sept. 23. We sang the Friendship Song. j In our Brownie Ring we talked about who Brownies are and j what they do. Our new officers are: Anne Erpelding, president; Shirley Erpelding, vice president; Paula Harms, secretory; Barb Moore, treasurer; Pam Peterson, historian; Wendy Bruns, reporter. We made sit upons, Anne brought treats. On October 7, weather permitting, we will go to Union Slough for a hike. —Wendy Bruns, reporter CONSERVE ENERGY! Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Menno Fuls were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dolan of Northwood, Friday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings were Dennis Folkerts. Debbie and housen. MORE VANDALISM Another case of vandalism has been reported in the Titonka area. An Interstate Power Co, representative has said several insulators have been shot off of poles northwest oi town. As has been stated previously, this type of action can not be tolerated, and if caught the person or persons will be prosecuted. IMMANUEL A.L.C.W. TO HOLD GENERAL MEETING A General Meeting of the A L.C.W. of Immanuel Lutheran Church will be (held at 8:00 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 26. The program will toe presented bj the Ruth Circle,.and lunch wil be served by the Racfcel Circle The Titonfca Indians ran over Sentral Friday night to pick up their initial victory of the season, 47-13. Gary Goetz scored on runs of 1, 11 and 53 yards, Roy Budlong scored on Work has been going on for runs of 11 and 5 yards, Mark Zwiefel gathered in a 15 yard aerial to score, and Jeff Loesch- n picked off a 'Sentral pass for a tally. Sentral started the game with a fair offensive drive, but fuimble stopped them on the Tyke 43. Goetz set up the first score with a 38 yard scamper to the 2 and scored two plays later from the 1 with 4:36 to play in the quarter. The host team was held to only 4 yards on their next series and Tyke went into action from their own 27 and moved to the Sentral 16 as the period ended. A penalty put them back on the „ 21, and after a pair of passes failed, bhe satellites took over but were unable to mcve. Quarterback Paul Heyer set up the next. TD on a 13 yard keeper to the 11 and Goetz scored on the next play. Brent Rippentrop ran the conversion develop the Gruis Recreation Area that was willed to the Winnebago County Conservation Commission by the late Bert Gruis of Titonka. The efforts of the men came closer to a climax last Thursday when Buffalo Center for the purpose of organizing a non-profit corporation to be known as the Tri County Recreation Association, which will lease the lane from the Conservation Com mission and develop recreation facilities on the 180 acre farm without, using tax revenue. Attending the meeting were Henry Bode, Russell Meyering and James Meyering of 'hil Jaren of Titonka; Gordor Swenson and Alanzo Johnso n of Rake; Dave Ley of Lakota; and Tyke held a 14-0 lead with Jerald Holland of Forest City 7:27 left in the half. and Eugene Ostermann, Elmer Boyken, Dr. and Mrs. Jay Rush, Mr. find Mrs. Carlyle Gerzema, and Charlie DeVries of Buffalo Jenter. Mr. Gerzema reviewed the terms of the will and informed the group about the work which has been done toward development of a golf course, club house, picnic area, tennis courts, camping facilities and other forms of outdoor recreation to serve families in the three county area. He also voiced the hope that both the development and administra tion of the facility would be a n example of combined comrmm ity cooperation with balanced representation from all of the towns which will benefit from it. Estimated cost for developing the area is $140,000 with $30,000 needed from public do nations to get the projec started. It is planned to set up a seven-man interim board o directors with the .towns o Rake, Lakota, Woden, Titonka Buffalo Center and Thompson to be represented on the board A fund drive wila be started in the near future with the directors selling shares for $100.00. More details will be available to raise $100,000 for each of in the near future. ;hese next years. Special speaker for the morn- :ng is Miss Esther Fetter from South India, She is a n Indian iady who .teaches with Gladys Kooy in the Palmaner Mission School, and is reported to speak beautifully and to be a delightful Christian. The afternoon session will begin at 1:15 with Mrs. William Wolbrink of Ackley presiding. The speake'r will be the Rev. Russell Dykehouse, pastor of the Jicarilla Apache Reformed Church at 'Dulce, N.M. He went to Dulce recently and has a new approach to the American Indian ministry, and his message should be informational and inspirational. The meeting will conclude with the installation of officers for 1975. Mrs. Don Meier is writing a service in keeping with the theme for the day for this special time of dedication. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY The American Legion Auxiliary will have its work meeting this Friday, Sept. 27, at the home of Pat Haines. The business meeting scheduled for October 7 will be postponed one week Ao October 14. It will be held at Sherry's place and members will' meet at Mildred Boyken's for rides to Algpha. Martha Boyken will be PC-hostess. Activities At The Titonka Care Center A week ago Monday we read a little further in our book, 'On the Banks of Silver Lake". In the afternoon we played bingo, with Stella, Harold, Cora, Amy, Maude, Marie D., Myra, Emma Smith, Dale and Maggie as winners. On Tuesday we concentrated on crafts and various projects. I n the morning we worked on items that required individual concentration and in the afternoon we worked together and combined a few of the items we started in ithe morning. We are trying to get some things t ready so that we may have a (Passes completed bazaar some time in the future. Passes int. by With the ball deep in their ow n .territory, Sentral took to he air and Loeschen picked off a pass and went 11 yards for the tally and a 20-0 lead. Sentral's next series was stopped on an interception by Budlong who returned the ball to the 15 and with less than a minute left in the half, Zwiefel took a Heyer aerial in for the tally, and Tyke led 26-0. Goetz went 53 yards on the Indians first series of the second half for another score, and Phil Ubben place kicked the extra point to give Titonka a 33-0 advantage. Another fumtole recovery by Titonka set up the next score with Budlong going in from 11 yards out. Again the kick was good and the Indians held a 40-0 lead. Sentral fumbled on the first play of their next series and another score was set up from bhe 29. With Roger Smidt at quarterback, Budlong took a handoff and went 5 yards, the place kick by Doug Phelps was good, and Tyke had their final points on the board with 6:12 to play in tone period. With Titonka reserves in the lineup, Sentral moved 65 yards i n five plays, but were stopped on a fumble recovery. Tyke had to give up ithe ball on their first punt of the evening, and the Satellites moved 38 yards in seven plays to score with. 7:32 left in the game. The Indians fumbled the kickoff returp and Sentral went 46 yards in nine plays, kicked the extra point, and trailed 47-13 with four minutes left in the game. Reserves were in for both teams and neither offence was a'ble to pick up a 1st down and the game ended with an easy victory for Titonfca. Game Statistics T 1st downs 9 Passes attempted Mrs. Floyd Reibsamen was a Tuesday- afternoon visitor to the; home of Mrs. Clara <Buber, We met in the living room for music on Wodensday. In the afternoon the ladies from .the Ramsey Reformed Church met with us for a lunch of cookies they had! made. Following lunch, we enjoyed a program of songs and readings. On Thursday we went bowling, and in the afternoon we worked on individual hobbies and activities, with some of us playing cards and others sewing and playing horseshoes. Our Friday morning movie was aibout Canada, We enjoyed seeing the lovely scenery and animal life. Friday afternoon bingo winners were Maude, Rena, Bertha N., Harry ,»HuIda, Gentle 1. and Amy. Our Sunday evening church. service w^g 'conducted by , Rev. Yards rushing 302 Yards passing 15 5 1 2 1 1 30 60 Fumbles lost No. of punts Punting average Yards penalized S 12 206 0 2 0 0 . 4 2 27 22 The Indians meet Newman of Mason City in a non-conference homecoming game Friday night with txhe kickoff scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Henry Baak. IMMANUEL YOUTH PLAN COMMUNITY PROGRAM The youth of Immanuel Lutheran Church will hold a special program of songs, skits, readings, etc. to aid the Stacey Goodrich Fund, on Sunday, Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m., with the entire community invited to attend. An offering will toe taken with all proceeds to be given to the Stacey Goodrich Fund. C?pf f ee ftwi cookies wfll be served following the program.

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