Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on October 31, 1974 · Page 3
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THE TITONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, OCTOBER 31, 1974 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. 5%%~ Yi ~ ON PASSBOOK Day-In, Day-Out Passbook Savings Any Amount — No Minimum 5 3 /4%~ Yields 5.92% CERTIFICATE On Three Month Certificates $500 Minimum 6.72% - CERTIFICATE On One-Year Certificates $1000 Minimum Yields 6.98% — CERTIFICATE On 30 Month Certificates $5,000 Minimum — Yields T.TS% — CERTIFICATE On 4 Year Certificates $10,000 Minimum All earnings Automatically reinvested on March 31, June 30, Sept. 30 and Dec. 31. A substantial interest penalty is required for early withdrawl on all certificates. Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch Written Thursday, Oct. 24 Grandma Clara Marlow, 92, former Portland resident, passed away Tuesday afternoon in the Heritage Rest Home in Bancroft. She had spent 10 years in the rest home. The funeral will be held Fridayiat 2:00 p.m. in the Methodist Church in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Jentz and Lori drove to Mason City Saturday afternoon to visit Joel, who is attending NIACC and attended a football game. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Meyer of Cedar Falls were Saturday overnight guests in the parental Eugene Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Meyer also attended the homecoming at Wartburg College, Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwiet- er,t. went to Blue Earth Wednes- nesday where they both had a check up. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Baum of Clear Lake were Sunday dinner guests in the E. C. Schwietert home. Afternoon callers were Helen Schwietert of Burt, Myrtle Schwietert of Algona, and Jane McFarland of Fairmont. Rev. and Mrs. Richard Glasgow visited in the Ralph Carlson home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Fred Hagen and Mrs. Hazel Vera of Algona were Wednesday afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harms of Titonka were Saturday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Hazel Ruse. Diane Rike of Ankeny spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rike. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meister, Brad and Robert, spent the weekend in the Bernard Meister home helping pick corn. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister attended the funeral of Mrs. Frieda Garrels at Carnarvon on Friday. Mrs. Garrels Worth Money Trade In your old Furniture. You are invited to BJus troms Furniture. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Established 1925 Carpeting, Floor Covering. Large Selections. Use our easy payment plan. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE COMPANY Iowa - j Anannouncermentfromyourneighborhood Ford Dealer LOWEST MCE INCRHSE ON75OIRS Everyone knows new car prices are up. But the 75 Fords at your local Ford Dealer have the lowest price increase of any major car made in the U.S. NEW FORD GR4M4D/4 Fabulous! About the size and weight of a Mercedes 280- tho price of a FordYoi/ve gd to dive II to believe ill Add the fact that you'll get a signiJcartly belter trade-to right now, the cash difference con mean a considerably Iowa purchase price, NElf LTD MND/4U FantasticlThe size, comfort and luxury of much more expensive cars. (Buck and Olds, eat your hearts ouH) Your friendly nelghbofhood Fofd dealerwantstohelpyougenhe right car, the right price, the right deal-rieht r^TettWcselectloalnmiedtateelellvBivt Come In today! W. E. Ley Motor Company LAKOTA.IOWA died of leukemia after spending three years in a rest home there. Mrs. Linda Meister and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meister and the Eugene Meisters were Sunday dinner guesits in the Bernard Meister home. The Eugene Meisters returned to their home in Cherokee Sun- da.y Mr. and Mrs. Harris Harms entertained their card club Saturday evening. Attending were the Darrell Davises, Leroy Davises, Lee Burches, Michael Scotts, J. D. Andrews, Donald Madsens and Eugene Lovstads. David Harms was a Sunday dinner guest in the Harris Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Harms and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rachut Jr. and family were afternoon visitors. Mrs. Earl Zwiefel, Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mrs. Korene Grosser and Rachelle, and Mrs. Harold Andreasen drove to Forest City Tuesday where Mrs. Zwiefel and Mrs. Fitch consulted a doctor. Later they drove to Albert Lea ito do some shopping. A party was held Friday evening in the Gary Huber home for their son Lynn's 6th birthday. Attending were Mrs. Willie Kruse and Darin of Lone Rock and Mrs. Mertie Huber of Algona. Mary Luick and Diane Moore of Mason City spent the weekend in the Levant Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Moore and Barrel of Dolliver called at the Levant Moore home Sunday evening. They came down for the 50th wedding anniversary celebration and open house for Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bar.tlett. Janice Larsen of Hurley, South Dakota spent ithe weekend in the Glenn Larsen home. (Continued on Page 4) RE-ELECT LLOYD R. SMITH REPUBLICAN FOR AUDITOR OF STATE the signature on more than 8,000 audits that have given Iowa taxpayers the facts Paid for by the Smith for Auditor.Club Irv Hpffbauer, Treasurer, Des Moines, Iowa You Want to Battle Inflation El «* Berkley Bedel Berk has been in the business world since he was 15. He knows that our economic problems will be solved only with tough resolve and fresh, new ideas. It means standing up to the special interests like the big oil companies. In the past year, our congressman has voted against oil price rollbacks and against restricting windfall profits of oil companies. We all know the effect the increase in oil prices had on inflation. Inflation won't be ended with that kind of thinking. Let's put the hard-earned business knowledge of Berk Bedel to work for us in Washington. His Congressional Pledge: "People Before Politics!" Paid for by People for Bedell; Maxine Yager, secretary ELECT JEAN HAUG DEMOCRAT for State Representative 8th DISTRICT CONCERN FOR ALL PEOPLE Jean at regular meeting of Lake Mills City Council "Election to Public Office is a responsibility that requires continuous effort to be deserving of the people's trust and honor." Family — 'Frank, Louisa, Jean, Stan Mark and Susan "Caring about one's family means caring about the future Ind willingness to work to preserve the precious right of self-government." Jean and Winnebago Handicapped Services, Inc. "Working with others who share a community concern Is truly rewarding." VOTE DEMOCRAT November 5 Paid for by Jean Haiygland Campaign Committee, Elaine Cope, Chairperson

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