Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on November 7, 1974 · Page 3
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DES MQINJfla i Dcpt. of HistOrj' anci THE TITONKA TOPIC VOLUME LXXVI TITONKA, KOSSUTB COUNTY, IOWA 50480, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1974 NUMBER 44 Incumbents Returned To Courthouse THE BOWLERS CORNER Standings and High Scores for the week of October 28 National League ; Burt Sav. Bank 23V 2 16y 2 Don's DX 22 18 Redenius Insurance . 22 18 Heyer Shelling 21 19 Titonka Sav. Bank . .16& 23 y 2 Farmers Co-op Oil .. 15 25 North Kossuth League Chuck's DX 30 6 K&H Co-op Oil ....26 14 Rollie's Food Ctr. ...25 11 Heyer Livestock 25 15 German Val. Store .. 20 20 U.B.C 19 21 Farm Service 18 22 Beed Hardware 15 21 Earl's Market 8 32 Trunkhill Tiling .... 6 30 Tyk e Leaguer s N. Cen. Pub. Serv. .. .28 12 Titonka Sav. Bank . .28 ^12 Tyke Lanes 22 18 Meyer's Painters .... 19 21 Cunningham Cafe .. .15 25 Stanley Products 10 30 Woodchoppers League Tyke Lanes 27V 2 DT's Lounge 27 13 Mike's Construction .25 15 Titonka Topic 22i/ 2 13 y 2 Anderson Impl. Titonka Plumbing ... 20 20 Van Hove Shelling . . . 18 y 2 17 V 2 Callies V-Store 18 22 Carney's Std. Serv. . . 17 23 Crystal Lake Furn. . . 15 25 Titonka Elevator ...11 25 Willex 9 31 Women Over 165 Charlotte Anderson 194 Betty Miller 191 Lois Sonius 189, 174 Linda Etherington 188 Kas Larson 180 Dona Shroyer 180 Judy Junkermeier 179, 165 Kari Knudson 175 Bonnie Rike 173 LaVaughn Wibben . . . 172, 168 Mick Jandl 170, 169, 165 Donna Dreesman 169 Mick Jandl 169 Frances Gingrich 167, 165 Mabel Welhousen 167 Caralee Follman 16e Lois Steffa 166 Esther Christensen ... 166, 165 Men Over 205 Merle Hoover 224 "Mo"Givens 217 Leonard Stenzel 214 LEGION AUXILIARY PLANS SPECIAL COURSE IN WODEN A Rehabilitation Field Service Orientation Course for American Legion Auxiliary members from a three county area, Hancock, Winnebago and 9ni/ IQI/ Kossuth, will be held at the on on Woden Legion Hall on Wednes day, Nov. 6 from 1:00 to 4:00 RAMBLING with PM Someone said, "You can fool some of the people all of -the time; all of the people some of the time; but you can't fool all of the people all of the time", .and I fell the same way about putting out a paper. I am able /to please all of the people some of the time, some of the people all of the time, but I can't please all of the people all Of p.m. A po/t, luck dinner will be served at 11:30 for those who wish to come early (bring a covered dish). District Rehabilitation Chair man Mrs. Eldon McVay of Rolfe will give the course. She wil tell how to help a veteran in need of this service; in the SWEA CITY IN CLASS A Enja$0d FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS .The Swea City High School 'ootball team has won a posi- .ion in th e Class A Iowa Football Playoffs with a 7-0 record record for the season, and have emerged as State Line Conference champion. The will meet j Avo-Ha High School of Avoca, | member of th e Southwest Iowa Conference. Avo-Ha is undefeated in the past two years and have compiled a 9-0 record both years. The game, to be played at Swea City on Saturday, Nov. 9 at 1:30 p.m., will be for a berth in the State Class A Football Championship Game on Saturday, Nov. 16. The Swea City school has a n enrollment of 422 Situdents, while Avo-Ha has 615. Avoca is located 42 miles northeast of West Side Story" To Be Presented Saturday The Titonka High School Vooal Music Department will present the musical "West Side Story", Saturday, November 9 at 8:00 p.m. Admission is $1.00 for adults, 50c for students, and preschool is free. The leader of the Jet Gang is Riff (Steve Dietrich). His friend, Tony (Wayne Bruns), meets Maria (Bonna Rae Tapper) at a dance in the school gym. The over^rotection shown Maria by her brother, Rafdal Edges Eischen In Supervisor Race Drama Group To Perform At Good Hope Lutheran Voter turn-out for Buffalo Township and Kossuth County was larger than anticipated for an "off-year" election as about 7,500 ballots were cast in the The Covenant Players, a con-' county and almost 400 were temporary drama group with cast in the township. Two years main offices in Reseda, Calif.,, ago, for the presidential elec- wll be in Titonka Wednesday, | tion, over 10,000 were cast In Nov. 13. They will perform for ( the county and almost 450 cast the high school in the morning j j n the township, and in the evening, beginning • Totals for most of the con- Mr, and Mrs. Vernon Ricklefs of Titonka announce the engagement of their daughter, Council Bluffs in the south- Gayle Ann to Mr Mark Mayer west corner of the saate. j of Spirit L ' ake Treynor, who defeated Sweaj Miss Ricklefs will graduate City in the Iowa State Basketball Tournament, last year, is also a member of the Southwest Iowa Conference. SEASON BASKETBALL TICKETS ARE ON SALE Basketball season tickets are on sale for ,the 1974-75 season, and may be purchased from any high school or junior high basketball player or at the principal's office. Cost of the tickets is $6.25 for adults, and $3.75 for students. By buying a season ticket you can save the cost of two admissions. Prices a,t the gate will be $1.20 for adults and 75c for students. from the Drake University College of Pharmacy in May, 1975. Mr. Mayer, a Drake University College of Journalism graduate, is employed as a photographer in Spirit Lake. A December 26 wedding is being planned. Bernardo (Terry Meyer), leaderl at 8:00 p.m., at Good Hope tests of interest are listed be- of the Sharks, insitigates a riv- • Lutheran Church. The .two J low with township offices" omit' airy between A Hit 3, the two gangs. programs will foe completely j ted. different and in conformity j All incumbents were returned , , jj \*m.^*.^*.i.u H>*V* *** »-«**» v«.*«« Ut7 j xin iiiuuiiiucjiu^ wcic JL ciui iicu ardo's girlfriend, works with j with the two settings. Their to ttie courthouse for four-year Maria i n a bridal shop. Her j repertoire is quite extensive terms, with Vern Rafdal de- concern for Maria is expressed ' and includes, dramas and vig- feating Marv Eischen for 3rd through her understanding of inettes on such subjects as! district supervisor, 790-771, in the tension that will develop Christian commitment, ethics, iwhat was expected to be a with the gangs. morality, social issues, mean- j c i ose race . Other students taking part in' in e and purpose, our time, and the production are Gail Stod-1 involvement. Their mainstay is dard, Ryan Baade, Galen Heifner, Paul Janssen, Mark Van Weelden, Greg Brandt, Marlin humor, but no area of dramatic form is left out, with light and heavy Brandt, JoAnn Post, Rachel' trigue, drama, fantaoy, mystery, in- and science Eden, Jacque Seetaeck, Barb | fiction all being used. Also of interest throughout the county was .the annexation proposal for Algona which was soundly defeated 1,523-792. community, i n nursing homes! There . wil1 be seven nome or in a private home. TITONKA FEDERATED CLUB TO MEET Tins EVENING The Titonka Federated Club will meet November Thursday evening, 7 in the home of Mary Oesterreicher with Joann Hoover as assisting hostess. The lesson, "Child Care and the time.-I have had quite a few Safety", will be given by Sandra Harms. Donna Kitzmger will review the book "Just Wait Till You Have Children of Your Own." G.F.W.C. Notes are by Karen Krantz. Roll call is "An incident with a child". remarks about the series of Letters .to the Editor that we have been printing recently, and comments have varied from "Do you have a new editorial writer on your staff?" to "I don't want to read that kind of stuff", ,to approval about everyone's right to express their opinion. I don't feel that I have the right or privilege to judge what should appear in articles submitted for publication. Because ithey are published, does not put my stamp of approval on them, or do I necessarily agree with the author's ideas. However, as I stated a few weeks ago, I do feel that this is your paper and you should have the same opportunity to express an opinion as I do. And, unitil I have the omnipotent wisdom to decide who is right or wrong, I will continue to publish these letters. A few weeks ago I mentioned a new feature we would like to prepare for our annual Christmas issue. I hope that a lot of our readers will write letters to be published in this issue. I think that our readers will enjoy hearing from friends who have left the community, as well as those who are no longer living here enjoying .to hear from local residents. How about it, why not sit down and jot a Christmas note to your friends, sent it to me, and we will put it in our Christmas issue on December 19. It is going to be up to our readers to make this a success, but I think everyone will enjoy it. It will help me if you will get your letters in real soon. Winter hss arrived in North Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal, and Mr. and Mrs. Meint Huesman and Lori were among the guests in the home of Richard Gray in Buffalo Center on Sunday to help Roger Gray celebrate his birthday. games this year. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Callies have returned home from their cottage on Upper Hay Lake, after closing it for the season. Mrs. Pearle Ricklefs and Mrs. Doris Sathoff entertained Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stott of East Chain, Minn, for dinner on Sunday at the Kountry Kitchen in honor of Tlllie's birthday. Fall Pops Concert To Be Held November 23 On Saturday, Nov. 23. the Van Hove and Janine Boyken ' Bowers, Deb Hansen and Kay Giesking, all Jets. The Sharks are Dean Mechler, Larry Gray, David Gerdis, Ron Baade, Calvin Heifner, Kent Mechler, Cheryl Hansen, Cheryl Hanson, Laura Boekelman, Mary Christensen, Deb The Covenant Players The use of voting machines in the county once again proved their usefulness as the first are i precinct return was received at non-denominational and there- 8:08 and the 35 and final re- Titonka High School Music Department will present their Fall Pop's Concent.. Appearing will be (the Dieckman Street Singers under the direction of Lea Clausen, and the Lab Band under the direction of Michael Nuss. The concert will start at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. Admission will be $1.00 for adults and 50c for students. Mrs. Alfred Boelkes drove to Alton on Thursday where she Other members of the cast are Jolene Isebrand, Sue Schmidt, Judy Brandt, Lynda Steinberg, Deb Isebrand, Diane Van Hove, Jeannette Madsen, Leanne Thacker, Brenda Meyer, Charla Beed and Alberta Sleper. Portraying the adults are Paul Heyer, Joel Hjelmaas, Doug Fox and Gary Brandt. Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher and Mrs. Reka Koch attended the 25th wedding anniversary visited in the home of herlope n house for Mr. and Mrs. daughter and family, Mr. and Don Berhow in Thompson on Mrs. Edward Hansen. Sunday. suits are not official. fore do not seek to present any turn for the coun.ty came in at particular religious bias. They j 10:20 Tuesday night, have, through their various A canvas of the election will groups, presented 65,000 per- be made Monday, November 11, fonmances in all 50 states, Can-'and until that time, listed re- ada and Europe. One performance was on an ox-cart at the HemisFair '68, another was aboard an airplane in flight. Their purpose is to use drama 1 ,t.o awaken people to what is going on around them. They have performed at at least two Iowa District Conventions of the American Lutheran Church. We believe it is a privilege to be hosts to this group at Good Hope Lutheran and want to extend a cordial invitation to all the people of the community, young and old, to come, said Pastor Herbert Hanson. There will be a free will offering and refreshments following the presentation. Girls Basketball Team To Play In Jamboree The Titonka girls basketball f.eam, under the direction of their new coach, Miss Carol Sorenson, will participate in, the Woden-Crystal Lake Basketball Jamboree on Friday, Nov. 8 in the Crystal Lake gym. The Jamboree will involve eight teams, with each team playing a half. The Jamboree starts at 6:30 p.m., and .the Squaws will play Meservey- Thornton during the 5th and 6th quarters. 1974 Kossuth County General Election Results 19 DAYS Without Iowa after a really fantastic fall. The first snow of the season fell Monday night, but it didn't stick around too long. Thinking of sotneone you would like to send the "Tpoic" to? We will send it for the rest of the year free with each new subscription. I am sure there are a lot of people who have left the community that would enjoy receiving the paper. We need your subscriptions, so why noit get one started for members of your family or for a friend. The subscription rate is still low and a good buy! Had word Monday that Canadian paper mills are on strike, and it will probably mean another drastic shortage of newsprint. We still have a fairly good supply and hope that things will be squared away again before too long. Our order has been in for several months, so at the present time we are not anticipating any difficulty. Our congratulations to the Swea City football team for making the Class A playoffs. They play their first big game this Saturday, and w.e wish them the best of luck as they represent the State Line Conference. With the end of the football season, 'basketball has taken over, and the Titonka Squaws will see their first action on November 19. Good luck to the coaches and their teams, and. we will have more information next week. Remember, if you didn't vote, don't gripe! CO . 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