Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on December 12, 1974 · Page 8
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, December 12, 1974
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THE TTTONKA TOPIC, TTTONKA, IOWA, DECEMBER 12, 1974 Portland News By Mrs. Victor Fitch Written Thursday, Dec. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Wardden Smidt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Smidt, and Mr. and Mrs. William Smidt and family were Thanksgiving dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Weydert in Algona. Mr and Mrs. Wardden Smidt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. HOT STOCK RACER! THE NEW RUPP NITRO/FA It's a high performance machine made to move quick. 340 or 440 cc engine. 36 mm Mikuni carbs (340); 38 mm Mikuni carbs (440). Sixteen- inch internal drive Grauser bar track. Lightweight magnesium sliders with patented adjustable leaf spring suspension to transfer weight forward or back from standard position. Color coded electrical service panel. Crankcase air duct. Lightweight aluminum racing skis. Adjustable handlebars. New friction-free torque con- verter. Lightweight magnesium chain case. Exhaust: two tuned pipes attached to single removable muffler. So, if you want something more than just a cruising machine—something that can take you across the finish line first. See us. ((Only The Best AL LOEBIC Phone 679-9496 Wesley, Iowa Marvin Lender and family of White Water, Wise, were Friday supper guests in the Roland Logo home in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Shipler and family, Bud Shipler, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mankle and 'boys of Curlew, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Henry and girls of Jewel, and Max Shipler of LaPort City were dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Sarah Stewart in Burt m Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Shipler Attended the Miller-Alt wedding inBur.t Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Johnson of Meridan, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huisman and family, and Mrs. William Huisman, and tfarla Huisman of Algona were Thanksgiving dinner guests in the Floyd Huisman home. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler spent Thanksgiving with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Westling, at Barnum. This was also a family get together. Thanksgiving dinner and supper guests in ,the Jerry Discher home were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchslhome of her brother, Mr. and and family, and sister, Mr. and' - - — - Mrs. Mike Balk and family of DeVRIES Auction Sales EVERY Tues. 1:00 p.m. Hogs and sheep will be sold the first part of sale. DeVRIES AUCTION CO. BUFFALO CENTER, IOWA Holiday Giveaway f 14 exciting gifts to lucky winners from Home Federal This gift registration promotion is Home Federal's way of saying Happy Holidays and thanking their many friends and clients for an enjoyable year. There is no obligation in this drawing — simply register every time you are in either the Algona or Garner office. The drawing will be held December 20 and winners will be announced. Don't miss your chance to be a lucky winner in this Holiday Giveaway at Home Federal. One TV set is an RCA "Rusktn" model FS484 with 19" diagonal picture. Other is a Zenith Chromacolor II "Arturus" model with 25" diagonal screen. REGISTRATION LIMITED TO PERSONS 18 AND OVER - OR ACCOMPANIED BY. PARENT. Two Grand Prizes of Color TV Sets! ~k 2nd Prize — $100 added to your sayings account (or used to open a new account. T*T 3rd Prize — $75 added to your new or present savings account. T*r 4th Prize — $50 added to your new or present savings account. •k 5th & 6th Prizes - AM/FM VHP Portable Radios (one per prize). T*T 7th & 8th Prizes — Electronic Calculators (one per prize). * 9th & 10th Prizes - AM/FM Radios (one per prize) * 11 th, 12th, 13th Prizes - $25 added to your new or present savings accounts (1 ea.). HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN - Algona & Garner 5%%-Yieldi5.39%- ON PASSBOOK Doy-ln, Day-Out Paiibook Sovingi Any Amount - No Minimum - YUlds 5.92% ^CERTIFICATE On Three Month Certificate! tSOO Minimum 6V2%- Yields 6.72% - CERTIFICATE On Ontt'Yeor Certificate* $1000 Minimum _ Yield* 6.98% - CERTIFICATE On 30 Month Ccrliflcalti $5,000 Minimum 7'/2% - 7.78%- CERTIFICATE On 4 Yaor Cerllficoln $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 withdrawal on all certificates. Algona, Mrs. Josephine Dahl- nauser and Pete of Whittemore, Mrs. Bernice Pedersen of Des Moines, and son, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pedersen, and family of Lincroft, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cunningham of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Discher of Wesley were Sunday dinner guests in the Jerry Discher home. Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Benson of Crystal Lake were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Libra Mr. and Mrs. George Boekelman, and Mrs. Manford Brock and Debbie of Hopkins, Minn., of Woden were Thanksgiving dinner and supper guests in the Chuck Jandl home. Mr. Roland Chafee of rural Bur.t entered a hospital in Mason City on Thanksgiving Day where he had knee surgery. Mrs. June Sparks of Burt, and Mrs. Carolyn Dawso n and family of Brltt were dinner guests in the home of their mother, Mrs. Guy Dimond, of Britt on Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Gladys Smith of Penton was a Sunday supper guest in the home of Mrs. June Sparks. Mrs. Irma Barton of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods of Sheffield were Thanksgiving dinner and supper guests in the Wally Woods home. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber and family were dinner and supper guests in the Frank Meyer home in Penton on Thanksgiving. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Elsbecker and family of Ceylon, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meyer and Darla, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Meyer and Molly of Penton, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Elsbecker and family of Bancroft, and Mr. Leonard Hutchinson of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Weber and family and Mr. Larry Doocy of Lone Rock spent Thanksgiving evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and Randy attended a dinner and family get together in the Mrs. Bud Von Bank at West Bend. A -brother, John Von Bank and family of Park Rapids, Minn, were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber attended a bir,thday party in the Jimmy Aritoine home in honor of Christian Antoine's 2nd birthday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Meyer and Molly and Mrs. Prank Meyer of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Alt and Cindy of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dugan, Ward and Tammy of Alden, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker of Swea City, Mr. Harold Smith of Tltonka, Royce and Roger Dugan of Davenport were Thanksgiving dinner and supper guests in the home of Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth. Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth, and Royce and Roger Dugan attended the Miller-'Alt wedding Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larso n in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Trenary also visited in the Merle Hagedom home in Bancroft in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thompson and family of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Rock Lindsay and Jennifer of Men- lomonie, Wise, were dinner and supper guests in the Jack Thompson home in Burt. The Four Corner Social Club of Portland held their Christmas Party Tuesday in the home of Emily Larsen. Attending were Kare n Ruse, LeLta Phelps, Leona Haase, Velma Nelson, Bonnie Rike, Viva Ringsdorf, Janice Moore, Wyona Harms, Hazel Carroll, Lennice Harms, Marian Spear and Sandra Harms. Roll call: A Christmas poem or something pertaining to Christmas. There was a $1.00 Christmas grab bag, after ed the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Heidenwith, at Whittemore On Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Rock Lindsay and Jennifer left Saturday for their home in. Menomonie after visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson of Algona were dinner guests in the Jack Thompson home last Saturday. Mrs. Jack Thompson of rural Burt, and Mrs. Bob Arend of Algona drove to Fort Dodge on Monday to dp some shopping. Mrs. Virgie Smith was a dinner and supper guest in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith, of Burt. Other guests were Mr. Herman Rach- ut, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rachut, Jr. and family, and a sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berns, and Sherry of Cedar Rapids, who came Wednesday and left Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith of Dows, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Veerman and Jeri of Algona were Thanksgiving Day dinner and supper guests in the parental Henry Smith home The day after Thanksgiving, a bir.th.day party was held in the Henry Smith home in honor of Mr. Harold Smith. Attending were Mrs. Grace Trenary and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, of Swea City, and Mrs. Esther Duncan of FenUon. Mrs. Duncan remained to visit for a few days. Monday she went to the home of Mrs. Grace Trenary to spend a few days before returning to her home in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tlenan were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reutzel near Burt. Maybe we should examine our priorities. We have rugs that don't show dirt and movies that do. Written Monday, Dec. 9 Mr. Arie Dittmer was a Sunday supper grests in the EuClaire Meyer home. Mr. Dittmer has just returned from New York City where ihe spent about four days visiting his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Discher and family were dinner and supper guests in £he home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs, of Algona last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Meyer Of Cedar Falls were weekend guests in the parental Eugene Meyer home. (Continued on Page 4) WANTED 1964 or older U.S. coins WE PAY Dimes ..270 Halves .$1.35 Quarters .680 Dollars $3.50 $20 Gold Pieces $230 Mail coins C.O.D. or Registered Mail to: THE HILL FAMILY 5423 BUFFALO AVE. VAN NUYS, CALIF. 91401 Complete Form Equipment AUCTION The following described articles will be sold at Public Auction at the farm located 6 miles east and 1 miles 'south of Buffalo Center; or 3 miles west of the Phillips "66" station in Thompson on Saturday, December 14 Auction starts at 10:00 a.m.! Lunch will be served! which the aftern'oo n was spent visiting. A delicious pot luck lunch was enjoyed at the close of .the afternoon. The January meeting will be held i n the home of Marian Spear. Roll oall: "My New Year's resolution or something pertaining to New Year's", and the paying of dues. There wild also be a f drawing of months to serve for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Trenary drove to Norwalk on Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wahlin. All ,the children were home, making the day a Joyful family get together. Mrs. J. R. Thompson attend- 2 — COMBINES — 2 503 IHC with 4-ROW WIDE CORN HEAD 303 IHC with V^/z platform, IHC header control and pickup attachment. Engine completely rebuilt in 1913 F1ARM MACHINERY Complete property and liability protection.. J.D. 495 Planter with insecticide, herbicide and fertilizer attachments J.D. 4-row Front Mount Cultivator Set of Rolling Cultivator Shields J.D. 290 Corn Planter IHC 4-row Rotary Hoe IHC No. 37 Tandem Disk J.D. 18' Single Disk J.D. 14 Ms' Field Cultivator Western Land Roller Noble 4-scction Drag with cart J.D. 48' Elevator, wide type Farmers Friends 42' Elevator OTC 40' Bale Conveyor <' 2 — Manure Spreaders IHC 4-bottom Plow Hie 3-bottom Plow 2MB Mounted Picker Pat/ PTO Drive 2 — Flare Boxes with running gears and hoists Wards 200-bu. Gravity Box with, running gear 2 — Running Gears with flat racks Ilcider Auger Wagon Thailer with Hay Bunk IHC Endgate Seeder Ceylon Stalk Rake if you rent a home or apartment. All) AID Insurance Services Broad Form Renters policy offers you the most modern property and liability protection available. With It goes greater peace-of-mlnd for your family. It covers all the perils and risks that are possible under separate policies. And adds many extensions which broaden coverages at no additional cost to you. Some of the things it will cover are fire, vandalism, burglary.., and a lot more. Call your AID agent. Ask about the Broad Form Renters policy. Do ft before you need Itl AID Insurance AID in«ur»no» company Services, Des Molnes, lowa'50304. AI Hli d ob i 'in, l !J?a u n r SS c So^ 0 p' n .ny ny Protection for your car, your home, your business, even your life Boyken Insurance Agency TITONKA, IOWA 4 — TRACTORS — 4 Oliver model 1950 with GMC 2-cycle diesel engine, cab, wide front, 3-point hitch IHC 560 GAS TRACTOR JOHN DEERE MODEL 60 FARMALL "H" Set of 18x34 DUAL Set of 12x38 DUALS Koyker LOADER with 2 Buckets and hydraulic bucket control HAY and SILAGE EQUIPMENT Gehl Model 188 2-row CORN CHOPPER J.D. 4-Bar RAKE 2 — Gehl BLOWERS with Short Hoppers Gehl SELF-UNLOADING WAGON, front unload 2 — Forage Master SELF-UNLOADING SILAGE WAGONS HIC Model 36 CHOPPER with Hay and Corn Head MF 12' WINDROWER David-Bradley 4-Bar RIKE John Deere No. 5 MOWER IHC No. 46 BALER TRUCKS and AUTOMOBILE 1953 IHC TRUCK, Model R180, Tandem Axels 1965 Ford One-Ton PICKUP 1967 OLDSMOBELE Miscellaneous Kato Portable Generator, PTO drive, on cart, size 18 KVA Steel Desk and Filing Cabinet with small safe Lennox Heat Wagon Larger Dryer Fan with electric motor SCO-gallon LP Tank Reznor Hanging Gas Heater 5 — Brooder Houses Chicken Shelter Mozall Lawn Mower Snapper Comet Riding Mower Lots of Used Lumber Fence Post & Fencing Equip. Hay and Straw 800 Bales of Hay 800 Bales of Straw Took Forney Arc Welder, 250 am.p Many Hand Tools Lots of Gear Pullers Electric Drills and Saws Log Chains j *' Hog Equipment 18 — Caswell Farrowing Crates 12 —4A-Houses for Hogs Portable 700-gal Water Tank with Drink Cups Consignment Item? '68 Brady 144 Corn Stalk Cutter '68 J. D. BW 17'10" Disk 1973 350 Honda AUCTIONEERS' NOTE—This sale features a complete line of farming equipment and machineyr that has been well cared for. As you can see* by the listings, there is a large number of small Items with some real fine offerings. The tools will be sold first, so come early, look them over, and bid on your choices. TERMS: CASH, or make arrangements with your banker before day of Sale. No property Ito be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents! RICHARD CRAY ESTATE AUCTIONEERS: L. D. Sapp, phone 562-2471; Jack DeVries, phone 562-2498 CLERK: Manufacturers Bank & Trust, Crystal lake. Iowa w "V t. 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