Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on November 21, 1974 · Page 3
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•^^—"~-™™«i Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch Written Thursday, Nov. 14 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel spent a week at their farm near Austin recently. A baby boy was born to Mr Worth Money Trade In your old Furniture You are invited to BJns- troms Furniture. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Established 1935 Cnrpeting, Floor Covering '>arg;e Selections. Use our easy payment plan. B.UTSTROrvT'S FTRNTTURK COMPANY Algeria, Iowa and Mrs. Kermit Zwiefel of Austin, Minn, on Sunday, Nov. 3. He weighed 8 pounds and has been named Shane Kermit, Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel of rural Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Gle n Hanrahan of Merril, Wise. Mr. Levant Moore and Evelyn and Leona Haase were Sunday dinner guests in the Albert Luick home in honor of Mary Luick's birthday. Diane Moore of Mason City spent three days at Hurley, S. D. where she visited Janice Larsen. Mrs. June Sparks was a pre- Thanksgiving dinner guest in the home of her sister, Mrs Carolyn Dawson in Britt. Other guests were their mother, Mrs. Guy Dimond of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. David Smith of Des Moines. THE TITONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, NOVEMBER 21, 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Thomp- son of 'Ames spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Chafee. Mr. Roger Chafee is on the mend and is able to be back to work part time. The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday afternoon, Nov. 21 in the home of Vivian j Button, with Mary Weber assistant hostess. Roll call, "My Favorite Casserole". Bring the recipe. Fu n Time: Esther Shipler and Hilma Carlson. Program, social hour. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Lisa, Brett Meister and !ole Marlow were Sunday af- rnoon visitors and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels near Britt Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Willis, Rhonda and Sissy of Fresno, Calif, visited in Iowa a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Willis, Rhonda and Sissy and Mrs. Hazel Willis were recent supper guests in the Johnny Spear home. Mrs. Hazel Willis of Titonka spent a few days in the Johnny Spear home. Miss Carol Bell- rends of Burt was also a recent visitor in the Spear home. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Smidt of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Meyer and boys of Blue Earth were Sunday evening vsitors in the Wardde n Smidt home to celebrate Sidney Smidt's 13th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bussie of Fairmont were Sunday afternoon visitors i n the E. c. Schwieter.t home. Mr. Lester Schwietert of Clear Lake was a Tuesday afternoon visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lampe of Hubbard and Mr. Ben Lampe of Bancroft visited in the Harold Lampe home Monday and wer,e dinner and supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ellis of Emmetsburg were Saturday afternoon visitors and supper guests in the Ernst Nauman home. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Shipler and Mrs. Sarah Stewart drove to Mason City Sunday afternoon to visit Earl Shipler in Mercy Hospital. He is getting along as well as can be exp- pected. Mr. and Mrs. Cap Grover visited Earl Shipler Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hagedorn of Bancroft were Saturday evening visitors in the Bill Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary called at the funeral home in see Mrs. Maxine Algona to Dittmer. People are odd, they want the front of the bus, the back of the church and the middle of .the road. Written Monday, Nov. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy were Wednesday supper guests in the Henry Eisenbarth home. A pre-Thanksgiving dinner was held Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weber. Guests were their daughter Mrs. Rick Rogers of St. Paul, Mrs. Lena Wolf of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber of Lone Rock, and Melissa and Carrie Weber, little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood of rural Burt. 1:00 P.M. Saturd 2 - TRACTORS - 2 1957 John Deere 720 DIESEL TRACTOR, P.S., works good Oliver "60" GAS TRACTOR following farm machinery on the farm located i/ 2 mile i, or i/ 2 mile west of the German Valley Store, on . . , November 231 MACHIIN^ Koyher Super K MANURE LOADER with Pitch Von VL C ° mbination Bu cket, mounts for 720 John Deere New Idea Mounted 2-row CORN PICKER WAGONS J.D. 953 RUNNING GEAR with wood barge box and hydraulic hoist 2 — FARM TRAILERS with wood flare boxes and hydraulic hoists FARM TRAILER with Anthony steel box GRINDER New Holland 351 GRINDER-MIXER with both Augers and Magnet FEEDING EQUIPMENT Ritche Automatic Hog and Cattle WATERER Husky 65-bushel Round HOG FEEDER 14'xl6' Portable HOG HOUSE PICKUP 1970 G.M.C. % Ton PICKUP 2500 Series — Green with white top Real Shary and Clean r RT '°- 175 ' bu - MANURE SPREADER International No. 80 P.T.O. COMBINE with Hume Reel Ottawa 36' GRAIN ELEVATOR 3-bottom STUBBLE TURNER 4-sectio LEVER FLEXIBLE DRAG Olson BALE PORK TRACTOR CHAINS John Deere Machinery J.D. 495A 4-row PLANTER, large dry fertilizer Boxes Herbicide and insecticide J.D. BW 16' Dual Wheel TANDEM DISC 18" Blades J.D. 42' GRAIN ELEVATOR with Truck Hopper J.D. 4-row ROTARY HOE J.D. 400 4-row CULTIVATOR J.D. 555 3-14" PLOW J.D. 7' MOWER J.D. HYDRAULIC CYLINDER MISCELLANEOUS Lots of Old Iron and Junk Machinery We need many more production workers! Most openings start at $ 3 M an hour! - Consigned by David P. Rurup - 200 Bales ALFALFA HAY 400 Bales STRAW, all in barn 2 — 2'x2'x4' Steel WATER TANKS with Hog Drinks 5-inch 16' GRAIN AUGER with Hopper and % H.P. Electric Motor 5' Extra Section for 5-inch Auger 5 — Clay FARROWING STALLS 10-bushel Ronnd PIG FEEDER < 2'x2'x6' Steel WATER TANK with Hog Drink 2 — 14'xl8' HOG HOUSES 10'xl2' HOG HOUSE J.D. 15" WHEEL and Good Tire P.T.O. V-Belt Driven SPEED JACK with Tumbling Rod Humboldt 2-row STALK CUTTER TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with your banker before the sale No 4he 'premises until settled for. Not responsible for acidents should any occur, * u j l ° be rem ° ve * Palmer AUCTIONEERS: Charley Quinn, Bancroft ' Dutch Leek, Wesley owner CLERK: Titonka Savings Bank Titonka, Iowa < Due to the need for more workers OUR EMPLOYMENT OFFICE OPEN 9 a.m. TO 4 p.m. (EXCEPT MONDAYS: 1:00 TO 4:00 P.M. ONLY) **" Apply at employment office in the shopout buildine DS0 * SHSiiBMm industries, inc. FOREST CITY, IOWA AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Mrs. Ivy Heaney of Lincoln, Nebr. is a house guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill. She will visit relatives and friends here until after Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill and family of Burt were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Mennet Trunkhill home in observance of Mrs. Jack Trunk- hill's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Erwi n Leek of Arnegard, NJX, Mrs. Sylvia Crawford of Camas, Wash, and Mrs. Nina Nelson of Aurora, Ore. arrived Monday to visit relatives here. They were Tuesday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. Harold Smith, and Mrs. Esther Duncan. They spent Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith. Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth, Mr. Harold Smith and Mrs. Esther Duncan joined the group for dinner. All the above gathered to visit and dine Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker at Swea City. Also present was Mrs. Carlos Engelby of Led- yad. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Lisa of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and family of Britt, Mrs. Linda Meister and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chipnian of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Opheim and Timmy of Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Marlow of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner and supper guetts in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Marlow at , Burt in honor of Cole Marlow's 2nd birthday. Cole is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel, ! Mr. and Mrs. Roger Olson, Mr. Louie Huber, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krull attended the funeral of Richard Tiggemann, Jr. j of Klemme on Friday. Several Prortland ladies attended the shower in honor of Donna Miller held Saturday afternoon in the Burt Presbyterian Church. (Continued on Page 4) fe/'W '$$:i£fa&wf.l .'^'^•^ '•. NEW 1975 Fords and Mercurys 5 — New, full-sized Ford LTD's and LTD Broughams in both A door and 4 door models 3 — New Elites 3 — New Granadas 3 — New Mustangs 2 — New Pintos 1 — Gran Torino 4 door Plenty more coming all the time flES*,- 3 — Marguis and Marquis Broughams 1 — Cougar 1 — Monarch Ghia 2 door 2 — Comets F-600 Heavy Duty with a long chassis, Grain Box and Hoist 4 — F-250's fi ~ p'l 1 ™* 8 A g °° d selection of regular cabs, supercabs 6 — F-100 s and four-wheel drive units. A — Vans - USED UNITS We're getting a large supply of good used pickups, including: 1974 — two F-250's and one Ranchero 1973 — one F-250 XLT and one F-100 Ranger 1972 — one F-250 1971 — one F-250 1970 — one F-250 and one Van 1969 — on^GMC 1-ton truck with hoist and stock box, one ; r-600 1967 — one F-250 and one F-100 Also on hand are ten good used pickups 1966 and older LTD 2 door Pinto 4-speed, 3 door runabout — Caprice 2 door Dodge Demon 2 dr. — Chrysler Royal 4 dr. Buick Electra 4 dr. 1970 — three Fords — Mercury — Pontiac 1967 — two Fords 1968 — two Fords -~- two Pontiac. — two Cherrolets Plus over ten '67 or older cars for good cheap transportation ? To purchase any of the above vehicles or any coming in, contact I*v Mater ' Co., the dealer who served your grandad, yonr dad andWants to serw y ou! f During the day call 515—886-2433, or in the evenings call: Craig Lloyd at 885-2226 — Ron Meyer at 886-2358 — Dave Ley at M2-2356 ' i. 1 ' : " ;• Ley Motor Company LAKOTA, K>WA 1973 — 1972 — 1971 — "SS'T^vKSSS:,

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