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pES. MOJ „£ History and Archives THE TlTONKA TOPIC VOLUME LXXVI TlTONKA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA 50480, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1974 NUMBER 39 THE BOWLERS CORNER Standings and High Scores for the week of September 23 National League Redenius Insurance .15 Heyer Shelling 12 Don's DX 10 Burt Sav. Bank 10 Titonka Sav. Bank .. 9 Farmers Co-op Oil .. 4 5 8 10 10 11 18 North Kossnth League Rollle's Food Ctr. ... 14 Chuck's DX 14 Heyer Livestock .... 14 K & H Co-op Oil .... 13 German Val. Store . .11 U.B.C. 9 Beed Hardware 9 Farm Service 8 Earl's Market 6 Trunkhill Tiling .... 2 Tyk e Leaguer s Titonka Sav. Bank . . 14 N. Cen. Pub. Serv. . . 12 Tyke Lanes 11 Cunningham's 9 Meyer's Painters .... 8 Stanley Products ... 4 6 6 6 7 9 11 11 12 14 18 2 4 9 11 12 16 Women Over 165 Marie LLtnberg 201, 169 Donna Dreesman 199 LaVaughn Wibbe n ... 189, 179 Kas Larson 187 Dorothy OlesMng 187 Joyce Madisen 1S4, 172 Mick Jandl 182 Dora Brandt 181 Judy Junkenmeier ... 180, 172 Betty Miller 179 Barb Madsen 176 Kas Larson . . 171 LaVaughn Wibben 170 Esther Christensen 170 Florence Eden 169 Linda Etherington 166 Kari Knudson 165 Men Over 205 Phil Jaren 256 A. J. Budlong 234 Merle Hoover 221, 217 Dan Meyer 212 Merle Hoover 211 Bud Haugen 211 Eulan Schuller 205 High Corn Prices Are Causing Hog Cutbacks ritonka Beef Day Is This Saturday Looking for an evening Of ntertainment and a great meal at a very reasonable cost? Plans are completed and preparations are underway for the Titonka Beef Day to be held Saturday, I The report indicated produc- Woodchoppers League DT'S Lounge 14 6 Tyke Lanes 13'/ 2 6y 2 Titonka Topic 12 y 2 1 l /z Anderson Impl 11 y 2 8y 2 Carney's Std. Serv. .11 9 Titonka Plumbing . . 10 6 Mike's Construction . 10 6 Callies V-Store 9 11 Crystal Lake Furn. . . 7 13 Titonka Elevator ... 7 13 Van Hove Shelling . . 6y 2 13 y z Willex 3 17 RAMBLIN'. with Phil It seems that, every time I receive the monthly report on temperatures that 1974 was much colder than 1973, and September was no exception! This year it was 27% colder than last year and 56.8% colder than a normal September. Records were set all over the area for the low temperature Tuesday night, as I hlave heard reports as low as 18 degrees for i n November. Titonka. The weather may have been cold, but did you notice the moon Tuesday night? It was really beautiful; a full, harvest moon. There Wasn't been much talk about our space explora- Cub Scouts To Sell Christmas Wreaths Pack 63 of the Titonka Cub 'Scouts held their School Night for Scouting recently. A number of boys joined the pack that night. Dens will be meeting for the first time this fall on Monday, October 7. Any boy interested in joining the pack is invited. Registration forms may be secured from Clarence Brandt, Cubmaster. Den I will meet at the home of Mrs. George Uken with Mrs. Richard Trunkhill as co-leader Den II meets at the home of Mrs. Harry Schutter with Mrs Oliver Kardoes as co-leader. The Webelos will hold their meeting on October 10 at the home of their leader, Richard Trunkhill. Plan to order your Christmas wreaths from a Cub again this year. They will go on sale early October 5. The event, sponsored y the Titonka Chamber of !ommerce, is being used to promote the sale of Iowa corn ed beef, and members of the Kossuth County Cattlemen's association are assisting with the preparation. The event will ake place in the new steel building owned by Anderson mplement Co. Tickets are now on sale by members of the sponsoring organization and will also be available at the door. Your donation of $1.50 will get. you a fine barbecue beef dinner with he menu to include barbecued beef on a bun, hot baked beans, potato chips, coffee or milk, and ice cream. In addition, you will receive a chance at three tions lately, but I still get a thrill whenever I look up at the moon and realize that men from earth have actually walked up .there. I guess it goes back to my Buck Rogers days when these things were talked about but never expected to actually happen. I want to apologize to Eugene Zwiefel for giving credit for a touchdown pass to Mark Zwiefel i n the Sentral game. Gene is a junior and has been working hard to gain his starting spot on the Indians .team, while Mark is a freshman and still has several years to receive the recognition. This year's homecoming floats had to be the most in- genius I have ever seen. The Judges must have had a tough time picking the winners as the classes and their advisors really out did themselves. Our' congratulations to the homecoming royalty, Vicky Schuller and Dave Hamilton. The regular baseball season has ended and now we have the playoffs and World Series to look forward to. The Twins made quLte a finish after a poor start, and their fans are looking forward to some great itfhings from them next year. It Will have been ten years since they were in the World Series and about time they had another shot at it. With the end of the baseball season, football has already taken over, and although the Vikings haven't had a really great game so far this year, they have managed to win all of their games and should have another shot at the Super Bowl. Titonka Federated Club To Meet This Evening The Titonka Federated Club will meet Thursday evening October 3 in the home of Jan Wilbeck with Mary Lee Baade as assistant hostess. Milly Cosgrove will give a report on the National Con vention which she attended The lesson, a book review of "Name of the Game" will be presented by Joyce Hanson Donna Kitzinger will report on the District Convention. TITONKA WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET IN GARTNER HOME The Titonka Woman's Club will meet at 2:30 p.m., Satur day, October 12 in the home o Betty Gartner for an annivers ary .tea commemorating the 75th anniversary of the club Hostesses will toe Betty Gartner Mary Budlong, Myrtle Alke Marie Bartelt and Maree Krantz. Roll call will be 'The year I joined the club". On October 30, the club wil visit the Care Center at 2:00 p.m. The committee in charge will be Luella Givens, Maree Krantz, Laura Nicholson and Ellien Schutter. 66 DAYS Without A Fire I hope everyone will be able to attend Titonka Beef Day .tihi Saturday. It should be a lot of fun, and the menu sounds like a good one. In addition, you will have a chance to win one of three great prizes. See you at the dinner Saturday night Well, .this is t!he month. The month that I am supposed to become a grandpa! It's tough being this far away from the expectant parents, but guess we'll be able to bear up for the next few weeks. It's .that time of year when we are printing ballots agair for the General Election on Nov. 5. I would like to urgi everyone to becoime familia: with the candidates, their rec ords and their proposals; and then be sure to exercise you right to cast a ballot on Nov. 5 That's it for another week Remember, true friendship cannot- be purchased, it mus be earned. The USDA September report on hogs and pigs indicates that the nation's total hog population on Sept. 1 was down a moderate 4% and that producers have plans for fairly large farrowing cutbacks in coming months. Iowa State University economist Gene Futrell attributes the decline primarily to high corn prices. Indians Pin Newman 16-0 For Homecoming Victory ers plan to farrow 10% fewer sows in the current September through November period than in the .same three moniths of 1973. This is a surprisingly larger projected cutback than the 2% drop indicated for that same period in the June report. The September survey indicated that farmers also plan to cut their farrowings 10% in the December through February period. Despite farrowing declines which are known to have occurred in the March through May period of the current year,. Futrell expects slaughter hog numbers to continue at or above year-earlier levels for the remainder of this year, due to a more normal marketing pat-1 Residents Asked To Read Water Meters Water customers of the City of Titonka received cards last week on which they are asked to record their present water meter reading and return it to the city clerk, Myrtle G. Alke, before October 10. Cards may be mailed or left at the City Hall. At .the last meeting of the City Council, members voted to initiate the new procedure in an attempt to simplify and reduce the cost of meter reading. Cards will be sent for .three quarters, and an actual reading of meters will be made only once each year. If your card is not returned by the 10th of the month following the billing, an estimated bill will be sent to .the patron, .and an actual bill will be sent following the reading by a city employee or the patron returns his card the next qaurter. prizes to be give n away follow-1 tern and lighter average mar- ng the dinner. A front and lind quarter of corn fed Iowa beef have been purchased from he Nissen Packing Co. and will be given in the free drawing, and Beed Hardware of Ti.tonka s giving the grand prize, a Frigidaire electric range. The Titonka High School Swing Choir under the direction of Miss Leanne Clausen will entertain during the meal. You won'.t. want to miss this big day in Titonka. The meal will be served ifrom 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Purchase your tickets now and plan .to be present for the festivities. Bring' your family, bring your friends, and enjoy a delicious meal of Iowa corn fed beef and an evening of fun! TITONKA U.M. WOMEN TO MEET WEDNESDAY The Titonka United Methodist Women will hold their general meeting on Wednesday, October 9 at 2:00 p.m. Peggy Hill will present the lesson "Health Care". Devotions will be given by Marie Gingrich. Hostesses are Jennie Whalen, Maree Krantz and Sharon Uken The Executive Board meets at 1:15. An all-day Mission Festival will be held in Charles City on October 8. Everyone Is invited, with officers especially urged to attend. ket weights than i n 1973. However, the trend is expected to reverse itself in about January. The economist expects volume to drop 3 to 5% below year- earlier levels in the first quarter of 1975, with as much as a 10% decline possible in the April through June period. Futrell looks for some further price weakness in the remainder of this year, followed by strength in the winter months as volume drops below last year's level. The Titonka Indians seemed to come of age Friday night as they dominated .the play in their homecoming game with Newman of Mason City and picked up their second victory of the year, 16-0. Four turnovers and seve n penalties by the Indians prevented what could have become a route as the defense played an outstanding game and held the visitors to only 24 yards on the ground. Titonka took the opening kickoff and made one of their best offensive drives of the year as they moved 48 yards to the Neman 29 in 12 plays. A pass from Paul Heyer to Jeff Loeschen put the ball on the 14, and Heyer hit Eugene Zwiefel for the TD on the next play, but the ball was called back because JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS The first Junior Girl Scout meeting was held Monday, Sept. 23. We divided into patrols and elected patrol leaders and chose our patrol members. We discussed what we would like to do this year in Girl Scouts. We plan to meat every other Monday after school until 5:30 We elected Kira Wilbeck as scribe. Our leaders this year are Alice Giesking and Sandy Bruns. —Kira Wilbeck, secretary 80th BIRTHDAY Mrs. Lillian Graham celebrated her 80th birthday on Sunday, Sept. 29 in Fellowship Hall of the United Methodist. Church i n Titonka. Those at- Titonka TOPS Members Attend Rally At Britt Members of the Titonka TOPS group attending the Fall Rally at Britt were Jean Gerdis, Pat Haines, Julie Ledlie, and Louise Stockwell. Julie was recognized for being the best loser in the Rally Contest. Best losers of the group for the month of September were Louise Stockwell, Mary Lee Baade, Lillian Honken, Julie Ledlie, Dora Brandt, Pat Haines and tending were her children and Thelma Higgins. grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Grahlam and Lowell of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. 'Donald Graham, Cheryl' and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boekelman BUFFALO BOOSTERS 4-H The Buffalo Boosters 4-H Club held their meeting on Sept.. 14 in the Methodist and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis' Church basement. The Pledge Graham, David and Douglas of of Allegiance was led by Gayle Boone, and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Moore and the 4-H Pledge was Boekelman of Algona. led by Laura Brandt. Roll call Other friends and relatives 1 was to tel1 a riddle, attending were Mr. and Mrs.! Laura Brandt gave a talk on Jack Eschenbach, Mrs. Blanch fresh and frozen vegetables. Thomas, Mrs. Ada Oondu, Mr.|Demonstrations given were: and Mrs. Louis Mattesoh of " n ™ ti "<* "™™~ v«.«,tx,M«» Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taft, Miss Alice Taft, Margaret Kelly and Mova Wright of Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newville of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stenzel of Delevon, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Farrow of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larsen and family of Lime Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dorsey of Bancroft, Mrs. Katharine Lashbrook, Mrs. Jake Godden and Mrs. Inez Wolf of Algona; Mr, and Mrs. Willard Gregson and Mr. and Mrs. Joh n Jennings Of 1/Ugona, Mr, and Mrs, Verher Lau and daughters of Klemme, Mrs. Ralph Runkle of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beenken, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Speicher, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Larsen and Paul, and Dwight Graham. A pot, luck dinner was enjoyed by alL 'Cooking Frozen by Linda and Julie Eden; "Chef's Salad" by Arlene Redenius and Celeste Orthel; and Rachel Eden made cheese bread. We worked on our Record Books. We had two visitors, Mrs. Reynolds and Karen Giesking. Hostess was Lynatte Reynolds. —Kris Wilbeck, reporter Berkley Bedell Visits Door-To-Door In Tyke Berkley Bedell, Democratic candidate for the United States Congress, was in Titonka Wednesday, Sept. 25, on his door- to-door campaign talking with residents in their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Bedell are knocking on as many doors In the district as possible in connection with the disMbution of a descriptive tabloid about the candidate and the Bedell "People to People" campaign. Senior Citizens Plan Special Monday Dinner The Titonka Senior Citizens will have a pancake and sausage lunch at noon on Monday, October 7. The charge will be $1.00 each. This will take the place of their regular pat luck dinner. The business meeting will follow the meal, and a good attendance is desired. IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CIRCLES TO MEET Immanuel Lutheran Church Circles will meet next week Meeting at the church at 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 8 will be the 'following: Lydia Circle, Judy Spear, hostess; Mildred Ricklefs and Josie Mayland, lesson. Martha Circle, Leona Schmidt, hostess; Margaret Finer, lesson. Agape Circle meets at :800 p.m. in the home of Amanda Bruns; Alice Limberg, lesson. The following circles meet al the church on Thursday, October 10. Rachel Circle at 1:30 p.m.; Violet Loeschen, hostess and lesson. Ruth Circle at. 8:00 p.m.; Darlene Schmidt, hostess; Phyliss Giesking, lesson. Junior High Football Team Is Undefeated The Tttonka Junior High football team posted their first victory of the season when they edged Thompson 8-0 on the home field on Sept. 19. Mark Ricklefs did all of the scoring for the young Indians as he ran for the .touchdown and the 2-point conversion. Traveling to Woden on Sept 26 the Junior High team added a second victory by defeating the Woden-Crystal Lake Tigers 22-6. Scott Smidt scored two TDs and Mark Ricklefs added another. The young Indians scored on two of .three conversion attempts with scoring by Todd Loeschen and Ricklefs. The team wifl be looking for their third victory tonight (Thursday) when they meet Sentral of Fen ton at home. Hot Lunch Menu For week of October 7 Monday: Wiener wink, baked potato and butter, buttered carrots, peach crisp, milk. Tuesday: Creamed hamburger over mashed potatoes, green beans, peanut butter sandwich, pear sauce, milk. Wednesday: Pizza casserole, cabbage salad, school made bun and butter, apple sauce, milk. Thursday: Hash browns, meat slice sandwich, buttered corn, chocolate dessert, milk. Friday: Tuna-noodle casse role, buttered peas, school made French bread, jello, milk. Mrs. Helen Jaren was a Sunday evening visitor hi the home of Minnie Oesterreicher. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gerdis were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kuecker and Cindy of Torr, Calif. Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hill were Saturday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Finn in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Naber of Osage stopped at the home of Mrs. Lena Huisman last Thursday afternoon. They all visited Mrs. Sadie Gray at the Care Center. of illegal procedure. A pitchout to Gary Goetz moved the ball to the 4, and Heyer went around right end on a keeper for the score. Goetz ran tne conversion to give Titonka an 8-0 lead with 6:23 to play In the quarter. Neither team was able to put an offense together as Newman ran two series and the Indians had one try before ithe period ended. Mid way through the second quarter, Dave Ataesbury picked off a Newman aerial to give the Indians excellent field position on the Knights 28. However, it didn't prove too advantageous as Newman took -an Indian pass and moved out .to the 44. Both teams were forced to punt on 4th down on their next series after running only three plays. With the ball i n Newman's possession on the Tyke 46, Goetz intercepted a long pass and returned it to the Tyke 28. A hold and an illegal procedure penalty stopped the Indians drive as the half ended. The Indians missed a great scoring opportunity in the third period when Roy Budlong recovered a Newman fumble on the 12. A 15 yard penalty moved the ball back to the 24, and after two passes failed, the Indians tried a 36 yard field Plan Public Hearing On Livestock Laws The interim Livestock Laws Study Committee of the Iowa General Assembly will hold a public hearing October 4 at 9:30 a.m. in the Garrigan High School gymnasium in Algona. The committee is chaired by Senator Roger Shaff, and has been directed to submit appropriate bill drafts relating to the following subject areas: 1. The mandatory marking (whether or not branding) of livestock for identification pur poses and disease source tracing, 2. The exemption of livestock sales agencies .auction barns, etc.) from liability under implied warranty provisions of the uniform commercial code. 3. The mandatory use and possession of state-issued permits when transporting livestock on the highways of Iowa. 4. The provisions of Senate File 1'310 introduced in the 1974 Session. ' Because of .the importance of these issues to everyone engaged in the raising, buying, selling, and transporting of livestock, the comlmittee desires to have the recommendations and comments of every person affected. Everyone engaged in the livestock industry is urged to attend. The Kossuth County Extension Service has been asked to help publicize the public hearing to interested livestock producers and those in related livestock businesses. This information was made available by Larry Burch, legal counsel of Iowa Legislative Council, State House, Des Moines. goal that sailed wide. It looked as if Newman might be able to take advantage of Titonka mistakes as they recovered a fumbled punt, but the Tyke defense held .them to 5 yards and they had to punt again. Tyke picked up two 1st downs on their next series and moved 34 yards in nine plays to the Newman 35 when the quarter ended. Wtih only a yard gain on a 4th and 3 situation, ithe Knights took over early in the final quarter. It shouldn't happen, but the alert play of Roy Budlong at right defensive end, picked off his second pitch-out of the year and went 30 yards for the TD with 10:25 to play in the game. Heyer's run for the Indians held a 16-0 lead. Budlong stood out once again On the next series as he dumped the Newman runner on consecutive plays to set up a 4th and 22 situation. After the CONSERVE ENERGY! Henry Mayland Resigns As Co-op Oil Manager Henry Mayland has submitted his resignation to the Board of Directors of the Farmers Co-op Oil Co. in Titonka effec- itive Saturday, October 12, and has accepted a position, with the Co-op Farm Supply of Lakota^ a branch of th<e Co-op Elevator in Buffalo Center. Eddie Mayland, a former Titonka resident, Is manager of the Uakota plant, No replacement for Mayland has been named. got a little ragged as the Indians lost the ball on fumbles the next two times they were on offense. Newman took to the air on their last two series, picked up a pair of 1st downs but not enough to threaten the Indians. Game Statistics T 1st downs 8 Yards rushing 211 Yards passing 15 N 4 24 65 12 6 1 1 40 7 30 The Indians return to State Line Conference action Friday night when they travel to Woden to take on the Woden- Crystal Lake Tigers. Titonka now has a 1-1 record in conference games and a 2-2 overall record. Number of passes .. 4 Passes completed ... 1 Passes irut. by 2 Fumbles lost 3 Yards penalized .... 63 Number of punts ... 5 Punting average .... 37 Royalty Chosen For Titonka Homecoming Vicky Schuller, daughter Of r. and Mrs. Eulan Schuller, and Dave Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs, Bill Hamilton, reigned over homecoming activities at Titonka High School last week. The Queen and King were elected by the student body in grades 9 through 12 from the three candidates nominated earlier. In the •float contest, the Senior Class won 1st place with th|lr "In the Heat Of tfte Mlgh|"; the Sophomore QJass was 2nd with "The Indian Raid Will Kill Them Dead"; and the, Junior CJass placed 3rd With "Pullitii For A Victory; That's No Bull".

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