Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on October 10, 1974 · Page 6
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, October 10, 1974
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\ Depl. THE TITONKA TOPIC VOLUME LXXVI TITONKA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA 50480, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1974 NUMBER 40 THE BOWLERS CORNER Standings and High Scores for the week of September 30 National League Redenius Insurance . 18 6 Burt Sav. Bank 14 10 Heyer Shelling 13 11 Don's DX 10 14 Titonka Sav. Bank .. 10 14 Farmers Co-op Oil .. 7 17 North Kossuth League Rollie's Food Ctr. ... 17 Heyer Livestock 16 Chuck's DX 14 U.B.C 13 K&HCo-opOil ....13 German Val. Store .. 12 Beed Hardware 12 Farm Service 8 Earl's Market 7 Trunkhill Tiling 4 A -- ,_, Tyke Leaguers Titonka Sav. Bank .. 20 N. Cen. Pub. Serv. .. 17 Tyke Lanes 15 Cunningham Cafe .. 9 Meyer's Painters ... 8 Stanley Products ... 5 1 8 6 11 7 12 12 16 17 20 4 7 9 15 16 19 Mary Hamilton Is Married At Goodi Hope Lutheran Church Women Over 165 Caralee Tollman 212 Has Larson 199, 169, 168 LaVaughn Wibben ...197, 167 Charlotte Anderson 195 Caralee Tollman 194 Mick Jandl 183, 168 Donna Dreesman 182, 177, 165 Kas Larson 177, 172 Joyce Giesking 173 Frances Gingrich 173 LaVaugh n Wibben 173 LaVaughh Wibben 172 Pat Anderson 171 Velma Nelson 169 Florence Eden 166 Men Over 205 Merle Hoover 244, 238 John Beenken 221 Red Larson 216 Jack Trunkhill 215 A. J. Budlong 213 Gary Hoover 213 Arvid Boyken 212 A. J. Budlong 210 Harold Wibben 210 Woodchoppers League Tyke Lanes 11 Vz DT's Lounge 16 9 Titonka Topic 14 y 2 9Va Anderson Impl. Carney's Std. Serv. . Titonka Plumbing . Mike's Construction Van Hove Shelling . dallies V-Store Crystal Lake Furn. . Titonka Elevator . , .131/2 101/2 .13 11 .10 6 .10 10 . 91/2 141/2 . 9 11 . 9 15 . 9 15 Willex 4 20 Diane Rike Listed In School Who's Who Diane Rike, a 1974 graduate recently notified that she is to be featured in the »th edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students. Diane is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rike of rural Titonka. While in high school, she was active in track, softball, basketball and band. She is now a freshma n student at the Des Moines Area Community College in Ankeny. Titonka Public Library To Sponsor Story Hour Four sessions of a Fall Story Hour will be directed by volunteers of the community at the Titonka Public Library. Sessions will be held on successive Friday, October 18 and 25, and November 1 and 8 from 10:00 to 10:30 a.m. Note the change in -the day from previous programs. All children i n the community, age 3 years through kindergarten are welcome to attend. Government Students To Conduct Survey The government classes Titonka High School will be taking a town survey on political opinion on Friday, October 11 from 11:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Questions asked will include party affiliation (if any, and preferences l n the gubemator- ail, senatorial, and representative contests. Big Turnout For Titonka Beef Day It had .to be one of the better promotions ever put on by the Titonka Chamber of Commerce as nearly 700 people turned out Saturday night for Titonka Beef Day! The diners started arriving about 5:00 p.m. and there was a steady stream until almost 8:00. About half way through the evening, The Titonka High School Swing Choir under the direction of Leanne Clausen presented a half-hour program of light music that was wel received. The Cowbelles were on han( to help with (the serving and provided literature for all those who wanted it. Also presen were members of the Kossuth Co. Cattlemen's Ass'n. wto helped prepare and serve the meal of Iowa corn fed beef. At .the conclusion of (the eve ning, a drawing was held fo six prizes. Winning cookbook donated by the Cowbelles wer Rita Buffington, Russell Kilej and Eulan Schuller. The othe prize winners were Darrel Berj of Elmore, Minn., front quarte of beef; and Wilbur Spear hind quarter of beef. The gran prize winner of a Frigidair electric range donated by Bee Hardware was Mrs. Bill Tjaden Congratulations to all of ith winners, and thanks to al those in the community wh helped make the event a sue cess! Advisory Committee tears School Problems The Citizens Advisory Committee of the Titonka School met at the school on Sept. 24 with 19 members present. The committee, comprised of 12 parents, six students and six eachers. Chairman Clarence Brandt stressed the purpose of the committee as that of gath- ng information and offering recommendations pertaining to the future of educational plan- ng in fche community. Supt. Rod Wilbeck addressed ,he group on ,the subject of school finances, efficiency of school operation, the problems of inflation, and the persistent need to broaden educational programs. He cited the committee as a good communication instrument, a source for suggestions Letter To The Editor I Mary Hamilton, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hamilton, and Steve (Arends, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Tony Arends, of Sac City were united in marriage I on Saturday, August 24 at the I Good Hope Lutheran Church in Titonka. Rev Herbert Hanson performed the double ring ceremony at 4:00 p.m. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father, where she 1 was attended by her sister, Mrs. i Roger Huisinga, as matron of honor. Her bridesmaid was Mari Rehm of Sac City, and Cheryl Jaren was her personal attendant. Steve Kennedy of Sac City served as best man, and Robert Arends, brother of the groom, was groomsman. David Hamilton and Chuck Donaldso n of Sac City ushered the guests and were candle lighters. Honored guests were Mrs. P. H. Thompson of Fros,t, Minn, and Mrs. Wm. Hamilton of Adel, grandmothers of the bride. Tyke Shuts Out Tigers 8-0 Lincoln Central Here Next Rhonda Budlong, organist, lowed. A couple of early breaks set up the only score in ,the game Friday evening when the Indians traveled to Crystal Lake to meet the Tigers in their homecoming game, and gave Titonka an 8-0 victory. Both teams played a good ,game and were well matched even though the Tigers dominated most of the statistics. Woden-Crystal Lake took the opening kickoff and after both teams were forced to punt on 4th down, the Tigers fumbled on a 2nd down play and Titonka took over on the host team's 35. The Indians moved to .the 6, were pushed back to the 12, picked up three yards to the 9, and then tried a field goal. Phil Ubben was set to put the first points of the game on the board with his attempt when a bad snap from center was missed and an incomplete pass fol- skirted his left end and went 1 yard on a pass to end the to the W-CL 21 before being | threait. Tyke failed to get an knocked down. However, a! offense generated, and on the clipping penalty moved the ball j last series of the game, the back to the Tyke 48. Goetz I Tigers moved from their 45 to picked up a couple, and split j the Titonka 26 as the game end- end, Eugene Zwiefel, took a reverse and went 13 yards for a 1st down. A fumbled and recovered pitch-out stopped the drive for the Indians as they had a 3rd and 25 situation. A Titonka offside penalty ed. Game Statistics T 1st downs 8 Yards rushing 133 Yards passing 0 gave the Tigers a 1st down in Passes completed Passes attempted 1 0 Of 73 DAYS Without Dear Sir: Last Saturday evening, Oct. 5, the Titonka Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Kossuth Cattlefeeders and Jowbelles sponsored a beef barbecue. The High School Swing Choir presented an excellent program of light popular music at the event. .These young people spent much time and effort preparing their material so it could 'be done with a good de- jree of showmanship. Unfortunately, they were not provided with a very respectful or attentive audience. It is difficult to sing over a lot of idle chitchat, loud boisterous laughing and hollering across the room. That was the problem Saturday night. My point is simply that I think we are doing our youth a disservice by some of the behavior we exhibit as adults. It appears to me that some of us follow a double standard of be ing critical of young people who are disrespectful and discourteous but then not practiC' ing respect and courtesy as a part of our actions. Anyway, to end I would like to say that I know we have some fine young people i n our community, and I think their efforts in worthwhile endeavors could be awarded with the courtesy of our attention and prase, instead of being ignored Sincerely, Rod Wilbeck, Supt of alternatives in solving finance related education problems. Concerning enrollment, it was pointed out that, high school enrollment would be fairly consistent the next four years but that this would be followed by a decline with a possible average of 18 per grade by 1979, with a 1984 projection of about 250 students in the entire school. Reviewing finances, he covered cources of revenue, budget ceiling and the effect of enrollment on per pupil cost, the state foundation plan which forces more efficiency, and the new factor of the Area Education Agency which is to replace the county system. Under the new factor, the education of every child of school age in the district is included in the budget, including those requiring special education and those detained at institutions. By weighted formula, these special needs are provided for by the foundation plan. He also pointed out ,the lack of a program for the gifted. Mr. Brandt opened a discussion on finances and the bind played the wedding music and accompanied Debbie Budlong as she sang "Sometimes" and "The Wedding Song", and Mary Ramstad of Sac City as she sang "Song of Ruth". Barb Boekelman of St. Cloud, Minn, presided at the guest book. A reception was held in Fellowship Hall of the church with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Haack of Waverly as hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Heyer dipped punch. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Floyd Thompson of Bricelyn, Minn., aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Minnie Anthony of Sac City, aunt of the groom. Mrs. Rena Lindemann of Sac City, aunt of the groom, poured coffee. Waitresses were Kim Krie wall of Burnsville, Minn. Nancy Gesy of Westside, and Bonnie Giesking. Lori and Diane Hamilton sisters of the bride, carried the gifts, which were opened and displayed by Mr. and Mrs Marvin Haack. Following a honeymoon to Yellowstone National Park" in Wyoming, the bride and groom are at home at 3203 West St., Ames, where they both attend Iowa State University. W 12 167 50 17 5 1 3 33 30 got tested in the final period' Lincoln Central of Gruver as the Tigers moved from their will be here Friday night in own 45 to the Indians 14 to set another State Line Conference up a 1st down after running contest. Both teams have a 2-1 ten plays. They gained 4 yards record in conference play and on the first play, another 2 on will be trying to remain in the next, lost 2 yard on their contention for the conference 3rd down play and then gained Title Game time is 7:30 p.m. a punting situation as they, Fumbles lost 0 moved from their own 14 to No. of punts 6 the 43 as the 3rd guanter ended.'• Punting average .... 34 The Titonka defense really. Yards penalized .... 36 The Tigers got out only to the 12 when they were in punt formation and another bad snap from center sailed over the head of their, punter. He grabbed the ball and ,tried a pass, but it fell to the ground and the Indians had the ball on the 12. Ubbe n picked up a 1st down on the 2 and Gary }oetz went in for the only TD on the next play with 1:14 left in the opening period. Brent Rippentrop ran the conversion for an 8-0 lead. Starting on their own 37, the Tigers had a good drive going taut were stopped at the Tyke 36. Another bad snap sailed over ,the punter's head and Tyke put the ball in play on the W-CL 48 and moved to the 26 in seven plays but gave up the ball on 4th down. Both teams punted on their next series, and with time running out in .the half, the Tigers Titonka, Iowa October 3, 1974 COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS City Council met in regular session Thursday, October 3, 1974 at 7:30 p.m. with the following councilmen present: Boyken, Jaren, Krominga and Schuster. Also present, Keith Wilcox, Loren Hansen, Bill Kiley and Clerk Alke. Minutes of September 5th and llth meetings were approved. Financial reports were accepted. Oath of office was administered <by Mayor Baade to William G. Kiley. A check of $600.00 was received from the Titonka Development Corporation. It was decided to install stop and yield signs (that are on hand) on Dieckman and Ripley Street intersections. It was decided to publish in The Titonka Topic a notice that ithere should be no burning of leaves and rubbish on the street or curbing. Motion was made and passed to install a three channel radio in the pickup, trading in the old radio, and also, install another crystal in the radio in the police car. Bills Hated below were allowed. Meeting adjourned. ",_ General Fund: Titonka Telephone Co.; Phone bill $ l.lff VS. Post Office; Stamps 10.00 Treasurer, State of Iowa; State Withholding Tax 41.63 T, * rt -vnnfhoVT Xh/o rnnvin* I Titonka Savings Bank; Federal Withholding Tax 227.30 started another drive, moving _. n _ ,.. _L„,„„ ' -a^i™™^* H,,*^™- mums KQ ot Junior Hi Football Team Shuts Out Sentral 24-0 The Titonka Junior High football team won their third game of the seaso n as they shut out Sentral of Fenton 24-0 on the home field Thursday. Tyke held a 16-0 lead at the half after a TD run by Todd Loesche n and Mark Ricklefs passing to Scott Smidt for an-' other. Both conversions were run by Mark Ricklefs. The final scoring of the game aused by dropping enrollment. came in ithe fourth period on 39 yards to the Tyke 12 in nine plays. Tyke was called for a face mask penalty, moving the ball to the 6; and with time for one play, the Titonka defense held and the half ended with Iowa Public Employees Retirement System; IPERS 59.91 ,the ball on the 7. Iowa Employment Security Commission; FIOA 217.03 Myrtle G. Alke; Salary 91.77 The Titonka Topic;- Printing and supplies 109.19 Street Fund: Keith Wilcox; Salary $282.22 Larry Nelson; Salary 26.48 William G. Kiley; Salary 35.15 The Tigers had another good B rown.Supply Co.; Signs 24.13 rise in population, into .the dicsussion He stated that these were fixed problems as there would be no new sources of finances and no expected Entering was the possibility of confronting legislative members of the School 'Study Committee with the plight of rural area schools and of the unfairness of including transportation costs in the budget ceiling. It was decided that the best procedure for establishing recommendations for alternatives to meet the problem would be through study sub-committees. Sue Krantz was named chairman of the committee to study a comparison of the programs and finances of school of neighboring districts. Ruth Janssen was named to head a study of the curriculum of our school and how well it meets the needs of students. Dv.erg Krantz was named chairman of the committee to study alternatives for delivery of school curriculum under the financial bind. Reports are to be submitted at the next meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Meetings are also planned for December and January, with a scheduled report to the Board of Directors early in April. a pass from Jeff Zwiefel to Scott Smidt. Zwiefel ran in for the two-point conversion and 24-0 victory. The team travels to Armstrong Thursday and will corn- plate their season at home next Tuesday whe n they meet Corwith-Wesley. REP. BRANSTAD TO BE IN TITONKA FRIDAY State Representative Terry Branstad, continuing his person to person reelection campaign, will make the following appearances to meet with people and discuss legislative issues. On Friday, October 11, he will be at the Farmers Co-op Elevator in Wesley at 1:00 p.m., and at the Koumtry Kitchen Cafe in Titonka at 2:30. Everyone Is welcome to meet with Rep. Branstad. chance to put points on the board when the first Indian offense of the second half bogged down and they punted out of bounds on their own 48. Staying on the ground, the Tigers moved to ithe 26 when the Indians showed some great defensive ability and held them to only one yard in two attempts to stop the drive. Another face mask penalty gave the Indians a 1st down on itheir own 42, when quarterback, Paul Heyer, showed some running ability. Trapped deep in his backfield on a broken play, he broke several tackles, Heyer Livestock & Trucking; Repairs and welding 96.51 Farmers Co-op Oil Co.; Gas 2.23 Huisman's DX; Gas and oil 60.41 Beed Hardware; Supplies 19.87 Public Safety Fund: Keith Wilcox; Salary $ 55.00 William G. Kiley; Salary 10.00 Loren D. Hansen; Salary 431.81 Vern Rafdal; Ambulance call 4.71 Richard Isebrand; Ambulance call 4.71 Marshall & Swift; Laundry 1.25 AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY The American Legion Auxiliary will have their regular business meeting on Monday, October 14 at 7:30 p.m. i n the home of Sherry Sullivan, with Martha Boyken as co-hostess. Please note change of time. Anyone wishing a ride should meet at the Art Boyken home. JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS Titonka Junior Girl Scouts met on October 7. We talked about the signs and symbols of Girl Scouts. We learned some more songs. Patrol 3 taught us a game. At the next meeting we are going on a nature hike. Now we have 20 Girl Scouts. —Klra Wilbeck, secretary CHECK THE CLASSIFIEDS NOTICE! Burning of leaves or rubbish on the streets or curbing is prohibited. By Order of the Titonka City Council The Ti.tonka Topic; Supplies 20.20 Farmers Co-op Oil Co.; Gas and oil 66.55 Beed Hardware; Supplies 10.72 Sanitation Fund: Keith Wilcox; Salary $150.22 Donald Norland; Hauling 4.00 William G. Kiley; Salary 35.14- Interstate Power Co.; Electric bill 23.44 Recreation Fund: Titonfca Telephone Co.; Phone bill $ 3.41 Worth Central Public Service Co.; Gas bill 422.49 Interstate Power Co.; Electric bill 160.62 Titonka Senior Citizens Center; Rental aid 40.00 Iowa Employment Security Commission; PICA 39.72 Treasurer, State of Iowa; Sales tax 29.72 Rollie's Food Center; Supplies 21.72 Anderson Implement; Antifreeze 32.40 Beed Hardware; Supplies 3.42 Water Fund: Keith Wilcox; Salary $ 94.00 North Central Public Service Co.; Gas bill 20.51 U.S. Post Office; Stamps 24.00 Cnterstaite Power Co.; Electric bill 457.18 Engineering Extension; BSU study course 20.00 Treasurer; State of Iowa; Sales tax 87.35 3onken Electric; Service calls 4.00 The Titonka Topic; Cards 26.60 Rollie's Food Center; Supplies 2.77 William G. Kiley; Salary 27.50 Myrtle G. Alke; Salary 50.00 Trust and Agency Fund: Titonka Savings Bank; Federal Withholding Tax $ 12.90 Iowa Employment Security Commission; FIOA 21.89 Iowa Public Employees Retirement System; IPERS 9.71 Road Use Tax Fond: Anderson Implement; Repairs ' $ 20.77 P & M Stone Co., Inc.; Roadstone 15.29 Heyer Livestock & Trucking; Repairs 62.50 Huisman's DX Service; Gas 20.59 Beed Hardware; Supplies , 8.85 Sewer Construction Fund: Engineering Extension; ISU study course $ 20.00 Hulsman's DX Service; Gas 12.25 Hach Chemical do.; Supplies 19.75 Myrtle G. Alke; Salary BO.OO MYRTLE! 0. ALKE, City Clerk Attest: WALTER BAADE, Mayor

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