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THE TITONKA TOPIC, TFTONKA, IOWA, OCTOBER 10, 1974 Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch Written Thursday, October 3 The Pour Comer Social Club of Portland met Tuesday i n the home of Leona Haase. Attending were Hazel Carroll, Leita Phelps, Janice Moore, Viva Ringsdorf, Wyona Harms, Leona Haase, Karen Ruse and Vera Fitch, after the business meeting, Janice Moore made aj motion to adjourn and Wyona Harms seconded it. Several games were played with Hazel Carroll, Janice Moore and Vera Fitch winning prizes. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Nov. 5 in the home of Wyona Harms. Roll call will be "Something perMning to Thanksgiving". Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walton of Rolfe were Monday supper guests in the Bernard Phelps home. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow live modern for less with gas Oat can heat your house In winter, cool ft In summer. It can cook yojir meals, dry your clothes, heat your water. It can dispose of trash, and guard your yard with soft, fentle light. K doee aH HWM )ote efficiently ami K dots them •conofnicMQft Little won>* der so many people enooeet to Hve mtimm tar lees. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVCIE CO. OR YOUR LOCAL HEATING CONTRACTOR and Lisa were Sunday dinner guests in the Marvin Marlow home at Lone Rock. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. ententained Circle A of the Burt Presbyterian Church last Wednesday afternoon. About 14 ladies were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. William Eaton of Omaha, Nebr., a sister of Mrs. Duane Mawdsley, and the girls' mother, Mrs. Lawrence Hauck, of Livermore were Saturday afternoon visitors in the Mawdsley home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Aures of Seymour, Wise. spent the weekend in the parental Harold Lampe home. They, Mr. and Mrs. Lampe and family, and Ben Lampe were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and j Mrs. Bernard Brandenburg at Bancroft. Mrs. Elenore Kohlhaas and Shelly of West Bend were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests in the Joe Loebach home near Burt. Mrs. Kohlaas and Shelly, and the Loebachs took the auto tour of Union Slough in the afternoon. Vivian Button accompanied her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur of Bancroft, to Mason City whtre they were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Erna Haine. Vivian Button attended the funeral of her brother, Mr. Wallace Button of Burt, Wednesday afternoon. Her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, Mrs. Nellie Miller of Wykoff, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller of Preston, Minn, and Erwin Miller of Eyota, Minn, also attended. Mrs. Nellie Miller will stay until Sunday to visit relatives here. There aren't any new sins; the salme ones are just getting better coverage. Written Monday, October 7 Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Lisa were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Wayne Eckels home, rural Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Arie Bittser of Bur.t, were Friday evening visitors in the Edmund Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson attended the Band Festival in Algona on Saturday. Mrs. Linda Meister, Brett, Corey and Dennis were Sunday dinner guests in the Bernard Meister home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Neaves and Mrs. R. B. Cox of Templeton came up on Monday and will spent the week in ithe Bernard Meister home. Mr. and Mrs. Neaves will leave by plane from Minneapolis next Sunday for their home in Beverly Hills, Calif, after spending several weeks in I°wa visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel visited his mother, Mrs. Galena Zwiefel, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Freese of Austin, Minn, visited the Zwiefels on Sunday evening. Mrs. Robert Weber and girls visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer, in Fentcn Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Jentz and Lori were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greinert of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bick Ottman. Mrs. Harold Becker of Swea City was released from the Kossuth Co. Hospital on Thursday after spending about five days there following a fall in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Verno n Smith of Bows, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker of Swea City, Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth of Burt were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Henry Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Veerman and Jeri were also supper guests. This was in honor of Mr. Henry Smith's 79th birthday. Mrs. E. C. Schwietert's neice Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Sheriff and son from South Bakota, stopped in to visit in ittie Schwietert home. They had been visiting their parents at Clear Lake. Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mrs. Korene Grosser, Kent and Shelly, and Mrs. Florence Grosser dropped in on Mrs. Hazel Ruse with a birthday cake, ice cream and sandwiches to help her celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Timer Harms came out in the evening. Mrs. Ruse's birthday was Oct. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Amand Dangelser were Sunday supper guests in the Victor Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps drove to Fort Bodge Thursday afternoon where they visited her mother, Mrs. Minnie Sperr ing, in the Park Manor Care Center. She is getting along fine. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Harms and family were Sunday dinner REAL ESTATE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS PUBLIC AUCTION As I have moved to a small apartment hi Lakota, I will sell the following: described Real Estate and Household Goods at Public Auction in Buffalo Center, located at 609 1st Street NW, 5^ blocks north of the Standard Station . . . Two Bedroom All Modern Home in excellent condition This house has had careful maintenance and features all cedar-lined closets, carpeted living room and kitchen, lots of built-in cupboards. There Is a full basement with shower and stool, water softener, water heater and is set on a spacious lot just two blocks north of the Buffalo Center school. Anyone interested in viewing the house before sale day may contact Auctioneer Jack DeVries or the Farmers Trust & Savings Bank. This house will be offered at auction ... Monday, October 14 Auction begins at 5:30 p.m. Household goods sold first. Be on time! Legal Description: North 35' of Lot 7 and South 25' of Lot 6, Block 32. POSSESSION: Immediate! Terms: Real Estate — 10% down day of sale; balance when deed and abstract are tendered. Household Goods — Cash! Not responsible for accidents. No property to be removed until settled for. All 1974 taxes due in 1975 will be paid by owner! - HOUSEHOLD GOODS - HOTPOINT ELECTRIC STOVE FRIGID AIRE REFRIGERATOR THOMAS EDISON DEHUMIDIFIER SKELGAS (Chest Type) DEEP FREEZE SWIVEL CHAIR FLOOR LAMP OLD CLOCK WAFFLE DISHES, POTS, PANS OLD PICTURE FRAME END TABLE PICTURE DAVEN-O-BED DINETTE SET COFFEE TABLE SPEED QUEEN WASHING MACHINE (wringer type) PLATFORM RECLINER 4 DINING ROOM CHAIRS WALNUT DROP LEAF TABLE (like new) FLOWER TABLE STOOL STEEL BED FRUIT JARS HALL TREE GARDEN HOSE SHOVELS PICNIC TABLE GARDEN TOOLS THROW RUGS MRS. WARNER BEENKEN, owner DeVries Brothers, Auctioneers Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Clerk Statement of Ownership Management and Circulation 1. Title of Publication The Titonka Topic 2. Date of Filing: September 26, 1974 3. Frequency of Issue: Weekly 4. Location of Known Office of Publication: Titonka, Kossuth, la. 50480 5. Location of Headquarters or General Business Office Of the Publishers: Same 6. Names and Addresses 01 Publisher, Editor, and Manag ing Editor: Philip J. Jaren, Titonka Iowa 50480 7. Owner: Philip J. Jaren, Titonka Iowa 50480 8. Known Bondholders, Mort gagees and other Security Holders Owning or Holding ] Percent or More of Total amount of Bonds, Mortgage; or other Securities: Frank Clark Estate, Ban croft, Iowa 50517 9. For Optional Completion by Publishers Mailing At the Reg ular Rates: 39 U. S. C. 3626 provides in pertinent part: "No person who would have been entitled to mail matter under former sec tio n 4359 of this title shall mat such matter at the rates pro vided under this subsection un less he files annually with the Postal Service a written request for permission to mai matter at such rates." In accordance with the provision of this statute, I hereby request permission to mail the publication named in Item 1 at the reduced postage rates presently authorized by 39 U S. C. 3626. /s/ Philip J. Jaren, owner 11. Extent and Nature of Circulation : A. Total no. copies printed: 880 2. Mail subscriptions: 852 C. Total paid circulation: 852 E. Total distribution: 852 P. Office use, left-over, unaccounted, spoiled after printing: 28 Q. Total: 880 I certify that the statements made by me above are correct and complete, /s/ Philip J. Jaren, owner guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson, in Algona. Mr. David Harms, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harms and family of Titonka were Sunday evening visitors in the Harris Harms home. Linda Becker and Chris Cook of Des Moines were Thursday overnight guests in the Frank Becker home. A pot luck dinner and family I :et together was held in the lome of Mrs. Maybelle Becker! n Algona the day of the Band! Festival. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker, FrankHn and Norman 1 of Burt, Janet Becker and An n ' Sullivan of Burt, Mrs. Alan emker and John of Breda, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. and Merrill, Lyle Karles and Ray McWhorter of Burt, Mr. andi Mrs. Mark Mawdsley of Madrid, I Mrs. Arlene Simon of Algona,, and Mr. George Becker and Susan of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnakenberg of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mawdsley came home to spend the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Kruse of Burt. The most, disappointed people in the world are those who get what's coming to them. Hot Lunch Menu For week of October 14 National School Lunch Week Monday: Fish cheeseburger on a bun, cabbage and carrot slaw, cherry crisp, milk. Tuesday: Turkey in the straw, jellied cranberries, lettuce salad, whole wheat muffins, milk. Wednesday: National Menu Day: Circus submarine sandwich, flying french fries, Barn- urn & Bailey green beans, big top fruit cup, greatest chips on earth, midway milk. Thursday: Lumberjack stew, bread and butter, fresh red apple, school made cinnamon roll, milk. Friday: Wiener winks, but- .tered peas, relish plate, chocolate cake, milk. To the End of Time. |the Spirit Lives Though life ends, on lives tir spirit. It is this thought that out services express. WINTER FUNERAL HOME Phone Collect: 562-2858 or 5(52- 27.11 If no answer call 562-230'J Uu/fa!i> Ccnt'-r, loi'a School Food Service Serves 76,000 Lunches October 13-19 has been set by Congressional Resolution as National School Lunch Week, with this year's slogan, "You Are What You Eat". All schools in Iowa will serve the same menus throughout the week. Supt. Wilbeck announced that in observance of the occasion the Titonka School Food Service program will host parents of 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade students on October 15, 16 and 17. Separate invitations have been sent home with children i n these grades. Last year the Titonka Food Service Program prepared 76,000 Type A lunches at a cost of $38,000 .These meals cost about 56c each but federal and state reimbursements made it possible to sell them at a lower price. A Type A lunch must include 1/2 pint milk, 1 teaspoon butter, 3 /4 cup vegetable and/or fruit, 1 slice enriched bread, and 2 ozs. meat or meat alternate. 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