Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on December 5, 1974 · Page 4
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THE TTTONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, DECEMBER 5, 1973 Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch (Continued from page 3) Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crilly of Algona and Bob Lovstad of Rembrandt were dinner guests guests in the Robert Lovstac home on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Marlow and Cole of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips of Sexton were dinner guests in the P. W • Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs Wayne Eckels and family o Britt, and Mrs. Linda Meister and boys joined ,the group for supper. PhyDis Gifford spent her Thanksgiving holidays visiting relatives around Bancroft anc Burt. She was a Thanksgiving guest in the P. W. Marlow home Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Mawdsley of Algona, Miss Delores Mawds ley of Newton, Mr. and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. and Mer rill of Burt, Michael Mawdsley of Ames, Cindy Sill of Mason City and Carol Sill of Decorah were dinner guests in the Brian e Mawdsle home, Thanks giving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mawdsley of Madrid were after noon guests. Thanksgiving dinner guests in the Bernard Meister home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meister, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meister and family, and Mrs. Linda Meister and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meis ter, and Mrs. R. B. Cox drove to Rochester on Friday to do some shopping. They also visited a neice of Mrs. Cox. Mrs. Marie Daschle, and Mrs. Daschle's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Feller Of Lytle Creek, Calif., who came to spend the winter v ith Mrs Pebble. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meister and family left for Wesley on Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Goetz. Mrs. Cox will return home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meister and Rodney were Thanksgiving dinner guests in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Erickson of Remsen. They visited i n the evening in the home of Mr. Meyer's sister, Pastor and Mrs. Henry Friedrich at Marcus. Bernice ILiase of Burt was a Thanksgiving dinner guest in the Levan: Moore home. Diane Moore of Mason City, Virgh.;a Moore of Ankeny, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Johnston and Lir.dri of Cedar Rapids came home to spend the holidays i n the I e vant Moore 1-nme. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps visited in the Levant Moore home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Nauman w.-ro dinner'guests in the home of their daughter, Mr. a^.-i Mrs. Jay Ellis ?f Emmets,.>urg, on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. John Rike and family, and Mr. and Mrs. John Welhousen were Thanksgiving dinner guests in the home Of Mrs. Gertie Rike in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. William Haupfc- ly of Woden, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weber and Alex, Mr. and Mrs. DC.-I Wetr.e -, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Haupdy, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Haugiand and Randy, ail of Garner,. nd Mr. and Mrs. Gerd Henke : i of Crystal Lake were dinner guests in ths Verle K"J. c ;on home rn Thanksgiving Day. Reg Nelson of New Hamp\?.n and Debbie Nelson of Ames were home for the holidays. Gren Finer was an afternoon caller. Mrs. Mary Oliveria and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ingraham of Colfax, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parsons, Randall and Patricia of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke were dinner guests in the S. R. Parsons home Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of her sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walton at Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf of Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf and boys of Estherville were dinner guests in the Robert Seefeld home Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf and boys were supper guests in the parental Henry Radmaker home. Gary, Billy and John stayed to visit their grandparents for a few days, and also the Robert Seefelds and Brett. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ringsdorf of Titonka were dinner guests in the Brink Shipler home near Swea City, a week ago Sunday. (Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitch of JRenwick visited in the Donald Ringsdorf home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Baum of Clear Lake surprised Mr. and Mrs. E.' C. Schwietert, Thanksgiving Day when they drove in with a basket of goodies to have dinner with them. Mrs. Earl Ackerman took Mrs. E. C. Schwietert to Clear Lake on Friday for a treatment Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wooc and family of Glenville, Minn. Mrs. John Herfandahl and fam ily and Mrs. Martha Olson of Albert Lea were dinner guests in the Earl Zwiefel and Roger Olson home. The Zwiefels were Friday dinner guests in the Kermit Zwiefel home near Austin, Minn. Mr. Arie Dittmer was a Thanksgiving dinner guest in the EuClaire Meyer home. Mr and Mrs. Meyer and family an<3 Mr. Dittmer attended "Holiday On Ice" in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. John Ree and family drove to Jefferson on Thanksgiving Day and were afternoon visitors and supper guests in the home of her sls- 'ter, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Pottroff. Mrs. Lenora Ree was a Sunday evening visitor in the John Ree home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk- hill and family, Tom Trunk- hill, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunk- hill and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Peterson and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peterson and family of Algona, and Mrs. Ivy Heaney of Lincoln, Nebr. were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day in the Mennet Trunkhill home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunk- hill were supper guests in the M J. Cunningham home in Burt on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scott and family were supper guests n the'home of her sister, Mrs. 3etty Yarbrough of Algona. A Drother, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Muller and family of Whittemore, were also supper guests. If you don't put in your two' cents worth, you can't expect any change. Income Tax Workshop Set For December 19 Income tax planning and management for the firm will be .the topic of a program and workshop to be held Wednesday, December 19 at Spencer. Sponsored by the Iowa State University Extension Service, the program will provide information on available income tax alternatives, using tax information and other management data and use of this knowledge to accomplish taxpayer's objectives. Conducting the program will be Neil Harl, ISU professor of economics and a member of the Iowa bar. Harl will discuss soil and water conservation expenses, land clearing expenses, losses including operating, casualty and theft, business deductions, capital gains and installment sales. Workshop problems will give participants actual experience in working with depreciation, investment credit and income averaging. The program will begin at 9:00 a.m. at Stub's Ranch Kitchen, 1/2 mile south of Spencer, and will conclude at 3:30 p.m. Registration is at 9:00 a.m. with a $3.50 registration fee which covers the day's coffee and lunch. Mrs. Phil Jaren was a late Friday afternoon visitor in the lome of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Budlong. ' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ludwigl and Pam were pre-Thanksgiv- ] ing dinner guests on Sunday,' Nov. 24 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Senne in Des Moines. TITONKA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Steve Arends of Ames were Friday through Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamilton. On Friday evening, they were all guests in the home of Mrs. P. H. Thompson at Frost, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Higgins left Nov. 22 for Florida to deliver a motor home. They were overnight guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scott at Tren ton, Mo. While in Florida, they went on a deep sea fishing trip off the coast of Venice, Fla. in the Golf of Mexico. They flew home Nov. 27. Guests 'for Thanksgiving Day dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Heyer were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sexton and Larry, and Mr. Lawrence Heyer and family. Joh n Tjarks returned home a week ago Thursday from the Memorial Hospital at Britt where he had been a patient for ten days. 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