THE TTTONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, NOVEMBER 21, 1974 Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch (Continued from page 3) Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Thompson and Debbie of Atlantic came up Saturday and left for their home Sunday. They visited in the J. R. Thompson home. They and Mrs. Gene Thompson and boys were all Saturday evening visitors and luncheon guests in the Jack Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. John Preese of Austin, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests in the Earl Zwiefel and Roger Olson home. They called on Mrs. Freese's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry! Childs, in the Titonka Care 1 Center, and also on Mr. and Mrs. Louie Huber. Mr. Sam Steinberg and daughter, Vera, of Blue Earth were Sunday afternoon visitors in the E. C. Schwietert home. Mr. Schwietert is improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson I and family of Burt, Mr. and' Mrs. Harvey Larson of Lone Rock, Mrs. Effie Teeter, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arend and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Broesder and family of Algona, Mrs. Gladys Christensen and Ross Buffington of Titonka! gathered at the home of Mr.i and Mrs. Edmund Larson in Algona to help them celebrate their birthdays. Mr. Kenneth Sarchet, Charla and Marc drove to Fort Dodge Sunday evening to visit Mrs. j Sarchet in the Trinity West Hospital. She had surgery for a growth on her heel and is expected home in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister visited i n the John, Levy home in Algona Friday evening. Mrs. Linda Meister and boys were Sunday dinner guests in the Bernard Meister home. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Westvig of Crandon, Wise, were Wednesday coffee guests in the Mennet Trunkhill home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mrs. Korene Grosser and Rachelle were Sunday dinner guests in the Amand Dangelser home in Algona. Mrs. Virgie Smith of rural Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frambach of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna of Lone Rock, and Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel of Burt were Sunday dinner guests In the S. R. Parsons home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley drove to Ellsworth a week ago Sunday where they were sponsors for Shana Lynn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ellwood. After the services the Mawdsley were dinner guests in the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oakland of Randall. A real friend is one who can tell you all his troubles, but doesn't. CADETTE GIRLS SCOUTS The Cadattes met in the Music Room at 4:15 on Nov. 18. The meeting was brought to order by the president. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were given. Our discussion was on taking a trip to Rochester, Minn. The meeting was adjourned. We then saw a film and .then worked on our crafts. Lola Beenken, reporter Titonka Cub Scouts Hold November Pack Meeting The Titonka Cub Scouts held their November Pack meeting on Monday evening at the school. Following the flag ceremony, Cubs and ther families were welcomed by Cubmaster Clarence Brandt. Den I presented a skit in which the skinny turkeys who weren't good enough for the Thanksgiving table shared their "bird seed". In their skit, the Webelos reminded us "you can't have Thanksgving without the turkey." Both were enjoyed by all present . Awards were presented to the f ollowing boys. John Gaul received his Bear badge, a gold and 2 silver arrowpoints. Joe (Schutter, Sherman Ubben and I Tony Kardoes each received a yellow bead toward the Wolf badge, and Bob Gerdis 2 red beads towards Bear. Denner cords went to Steve Womble, Dennis Higgins and Joe Shutter; and Assistant Denner cords to Carl Brandt and Paul Schmidt. Webelos received the following awards: Terry Schuster, Athlete, Artist, Aqaunaut, Out- doorsman and Engineer; Randy Beenken, Athlete, Artist and Geologist; William Brandt, Athlete and Artist; Mike Heyer. Athlete, Artist and Aquanaut; Tony Trunkhill Naturalist; and John Gaul, Athlete. Cub Scouts have been taking orders for Christmas Wreaths. If you were not at home when a Cub called and would like a wreath or spray, you may order from aiiy Cub, or from. Cub- master Clarence Brandt. They are priced at, $2.75 and will be delivered right after Thanksgiving. BAZAAR & BAKE SALE Thursday, November 21 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. — AT THE -— Helping Hand Craft and Activity Centers BURT, IOWA Ceramic Items — Candles — stools — Pillows Baked Goods — Other Items Will Be On Sale SPONSORED BY The Kossuth Ass'n. for Retarded Children HOMEMADE CHILI AND CHICKEN-NOODLE SOUP SUPPER BURT HIGH SCHOOL GYM SERVING FROM 5:30 TO 8:00 P.M. TICKETS ON SALE AT THE DOOR Adults: $2.00 Children 12 and under: $1.00 Peter Pa n and Helping Hand are programs for mentally and physically handicapped children and adults of this area VALLEY FARMERETTES 4-H The regular meeting of the Valley Farmerettes 4-H Club was called to order on Nov. 2 at 1:30 p.m. in the Community Hall at German Valley. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Carolyn Penning. Roll call was "Name any item out of the fruit division", answered by 14 members and four guests. For business we planned r Christmas Party and appointed some committees to take care of the games. We elected new officers with the following results: Caroly n Penning, president; Alberta Sleper, vice president; Darla Asche, secretary; Julie Gushman, treasurer; Julie Asche, reporter; Marilyn Ricklefs, historian; Debbie Rippentrop, music chairman; Kristin Ricklefs, recreation chairman; and Lola Beenken, photographer. County Council Representative is Carolyn Penning, and substitute is Alberta Sleper. We said the 4-H Pledge, led by Julie Asche. We played some games. Lunch was served by Debbie Rippentrop, Julie Gushman and their mothers. —Lorraine Heifner, reporter JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS The Titonka Junior Girl Scouts held their meeting November 18. We made Christmas cards and our father's Christmas presents. Sylvia Erpelding and Diana Wibben served treats. At our next meeting we will have the investiture ceremony of our new Junior Scouts and rededication of the Junior Scouts. Kira Wilbeck, secretary DRIVE SAFELY! BROWNIES MEET Fifteen Brownies welcomed 6 Brownies and two leaders from Woden. We played a iet acquainted game. Brenda Carlson and Beth Eden served refreshments. The flag ceremony was conducted by Anne Erpelding, Paula Harms, Wendy Bruns and Jill Knudson. We sang the "Round and Round About" song then want into.our Brownie Ring. Anne Erpelding called the meeting to order. We sang the Friendship and Brownie Smile Songs. Our new officers are: Beth Eden, president; Brenda Carlson, vice president; Sharon Madsen, secretary; Linda Heyer, treasurer; Pam Peterson, reporter; Tammy Kardoes, historian. At our next meeting we will hold the investiture ceremony for the new Brownie Scouts. We voted to sell calendars to someone hi our family. We are to bring an 8 oz. mar* garine top and a 12-inch piece of hair ribbon yarn or narrow twine to our next meeting on December 2. Linda Heyer made the motion to adjourn. Pam Peterson, reporter What the world needs is people with dirtier fingernails and cleaner minds. to the End of Time the Spirit Lives Though life ends, on lives tha spirit. It is this thought that oar service^ express. WINTER FUNERAL HOME Phone Collect: 582-2858 or 562-2731 If no answer call 562-2309 Bnffalo Center, Iowa CHECK THE CLASSIFIEDS Professional Cards OR. JAMES K. HILL VETERINARIAN Jfc. 928-2642 Res. 928-2640 TTTONSA, IOWA -— Optometrist — DR. HAROLD W. EKICKSON — Eyes Examined — Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 1 Kast State Street, Algona. levi» Phone: 295-2196 Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Closed Saturday Afternoons. DR. L. L. SNYDER OPTOMETRIST Contact Lenses Telephone CYpress 4-2715 113 E. State Algon* Closed Saturday Afternoon DR. JOHN J. LESIAK Physician and Surgeon ' — Phones — >fc. 928-2115 Res. 928-2261 Titonka, Iowa Boughton-Woden Funeral Chapel Ambolanca Swrvtoe Phone W€-I7M W*d«n if no answer call 843-1811 Britt YE MEN MAKE FIVE MISTAKES ... Christmas Special! From the desk of JOHN JACOBSON Personalized Note Paper 5y 2 "x8i/ 2 " White.Bond 100 Sheets 250 Sheets 500 Sheets .$1.50 .$3.00 .$4.50 '^ v — Limited Offer — Orders must be in by December 6 Ready for pick up December 9 Printed on 20 pound bond papier Padded in pads of 50 sheets (if desired) . •- ORDER FROM — The Titonka Topic TITONKA^ IOWA One man struck a match to see if the gasoline tank in his car was empty. It wasn't! One man patted a strange bulldog on the head to see if it was affectionate. It wasn't! One man speeded up to see if he could beat the train to the crossing. He couldn't! One man touched an electric wire to see if it was charged. It was! One man cut out his advertising to see if he could save money. He couldn't! Doesn't Cost - It Pays . . . .
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