Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on December 12, 1974 · Page 9
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Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, December 12, 1974
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TOE TTTOWKA TOPIC, WT0NKA, IOWA, MUGEMBfift M, Portland News By Mrs. Victor Ftteh (Conttnaed froaa page S) Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer, Terry and Brenda, and Mrs. Ella Meyer of Burt. and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Meyer of Cedar Falls were Sunday dinner guests in the Eugene Meyer borne. Mrs. Eugene Meyer attended the Christmas Party last week in the Lutheran Church i n Fenton. ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad and family attended a late Thanksgiving dinner last Sunday in the Ray Lichter home near Burl. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lovstad and Phillip of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson of Algona were Wednesday evening visitors in tiie Robert Lovstad home. Mr. Roland Chaffe of Burt returned home Friday afternoon after spending a week in Mercy Hospital in Mason City, where he had knee surgery. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hagedorn and family of Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Trenary of rural Burt were Sunday dinner guests in the Bill Trenary home Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker of Swea City, and Mrs. Grace Trenary of Burt were Sunday' in the Manor Care Center in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phelps and Kevin were Sunday evening visitors in the Bernard Phelps home. Bemice Haase of Burt visited in the Levant Moore home last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, Jr. and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klien, at Irvintgon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klein of Algona were also dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Jentz and Lori of rural Burt drove to Mason CLty on Sunday to spend the day wltti their son, Joel, who is attending college there. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister returned home Monday after spending the weekend in Cherokee in the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meister and family. Mrs. J. R. Thompson has bee n spending as much time as possible with her mother, Mrs. Hilda Wegener, in the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. A man who expects to go to heaven, must take time to study the route. Jerry Wubben, Mrs. Leo Richter and Mrs. Hazel Carroll, with Florence Reynolds in charge. The Walrods entertained 30 relatives, Rev and Mrs. Roy Hjelmaas and Rev. and Mrs. Max Goldman of Estherville at a seven o'clock dinner that evening at the Kourttry Kitchen. The anniversary cake was cut and served that evening by Mrs. Wmyan Waliod of Summers and Mrs. Melvin Chalstrom of Moorland. Mr. and Mrs. Walrod were married Nov. 24, 1949 at the Presbyterian Chapel in Fort Dodge by Rev. J. M. Doms. 125 GUESTS ATTEND WALROD OPEN HOUSE 1M and Mr*. of Mrs June Soarks attended °f t Rev. and Mrs. Roy Hjelmaas in Titonka last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Ellis of Emmetsburg were Saturday supper guests in the parental Ernst Nauman home. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Etherington of Algona were Sunday evening visitors in .the Ernst Nauman home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zwiefel were Friday evening visitors in the Victor Fitch home. Mrs. Bernard Phelps visited her mother, Mrs. Minnie Sperring. last week in the Park 'Kitchen in Titonka. The event j was hosted by .their daughters, j Mrs. Gerald (Patricia) Loehr and family of Moorland and Cheryl Walrod of Minneapolis. the guest book, Clyde Loehr and Kaye Herman dipped the punch, Elaine Chalstrom was in charge of cards and gifts, and Frances Jean Loehr helped at the tea table. Presiding at the coffee service during ,the afternoon were Mrs. Floyd Loehr of Moorland and Mrs. Elsie Hicks of Summers, both sisters of Mr. Walrod. Other helpers were Mrs. Alvin Loehr and Mrs. Melvin Chalstrom, both of Moorland, Mrs. Henry Radmaker, Mrs. Open House Shower Honors Joyce Boekelman An open house bridal shower honoring Joyce Boekelman, bride-elect of Reginald Schutjer, was held at the Good Hope Lutheran Churdh on Nov. 30. Mrs. Arnold Johnson registered fhe guests. Corsages were presented to Joyce; her mother, Mrs. Jerry Boekelman; and the groom- elect's mother, Mrs. Raymond Schutjer. Mrs. Myrtle Plaisier was mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Charles Beed gave the devotions, a reading was presented by Mrs. Palmer Rump, Diane Spear played a piano solo, a short skit was presented by the Luther League girls, Martha Plaisier gave "A Prayer For the Bride", and the hostesses presented "Keeping Hubby Happy". Mrs. Perry Hefty dipped the punch, Mrs. Betty Schutjer and Mrs. Ed Bluom of Burnsville, Minn, presided at the coffee service. Assisting Joyce in j opening her gifts were Mrs. Ty Taylor of Estes Park, Colo, and Mrs. Roger Evans of Buffalo tenter. Hostesses were Lela Bentley, Grace DeWaard, Elida Brandt, Lois Boekelman, Myrtle Plais- er, Alice Siehlmann, Marg ilurup, Margaret Stecker, Verla Brandt, Lois Norland, Sophie Radmaker, Lottie Ringsdorf, Juniece Beenken, Jean Beed, Vercna Schutjer, Viola Spear Mary Eden and Marilyn Hoover Gayle Ricklefs Honored At Open House Shower Gayle Ricklefs was honored at a bridal shower on Saturday evening, Nov. 30 at the Ramsey Reformed Church, rural Titon* ka. Guests were registered "by Donna Ricklefs. Audrey Sonnenberg acted as mistress of cenenionies and introduced the bride-to-toe, who in turn introduced the other honored guests, and they were all given corsages. Opening the program was a welcome by Marilyn Ricklefs. Scripture and prayer were given by Mildred Ricklefs, and Therese Ubben sang a sojo. A skit was presented, witJh Grace Pannkuk, Marlys Bruns and Ruby Hopkes taking part. A humorous reading was given by Karen Giddings, and Audrey Sonnenberg read an article. The program was concluded with the group singing "Bless This Couple". Ann Clemenson of Humboldt and Carol Deranleau of Perry, roommates of Gayle, assisted her in the opening of gifts. Marilyn, Lori and Kristin Ricklefs, and Betty Ubben were gift carriers. Lunch was served from a tea table decorated in the bride's colors of blue and ivory. Kare n Giddings poured coffee, and Linda Ricklefs dipped punch. Mlldced Ricklefs was dining room hostess. Gayle will be "married on Dec. 26 to Mark Mayer of Spirit Lake. Hostesses were Grace Pann<- kuk, Mildred Ricklefs, Betty Phelps, LoreUa Ricklefs, Karen Giddings, Marlys Bruns, Ther- 9se Ubben, WiJLda Ubben, Ruby Hopkes, Martha Beenken, And- dey Sonnenberg, Connie Pann* kuk and Margie Pannkuk. TITONKA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur "Hap" Peterson and Carol, and Rachel Ede n enjoyed Sunday dinner with Stella Peterson at the Care Center. Mr. and Mrs. Art Loats of Spencer and a host of relatives and friends called in the afternoon for cake and coffee and to wish Stella a happy birthday. We join them in extending birtiaday wishes to her! Marc Meier spent the weekend wjtti his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Meier. He returned to Iowa State University, Ames, Sunday night. The Tuesday Bridge Club met in the home of PearJe Ricklefs this week. Honorees were Marttha Boyken, Helen Jare n and Marie Or.thel. FOR RESULTS USE TOPIC WANT ADS! To the End tf Tim the Spirit Lives Though life ends, on lives the spirit. It is this thought that our services express. WINTER FUNERAL HOME Phone Cctieefc 582-3858 or 5*1-2731 If no answer eaO 562-2309 Buffalo Center, Iowa live modem for less with gas o QM am hut your hout* „ In winter, coot It in sum- mtr. it can cook your meal*, dry your clothes, boat your water, tt can dispose of trash, and guard your yard with soft, gentle •fftebnt* anal R dees them eoononuoany. Little won* dar so nnjy jpiopli chooee to Uve NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVCIE CO. OR YOUR LOCAL HEATING CONTRACTOR DRIVE SAFELY! Thank You .... WE'RE CELEBRATING A RECORD YEAR — We want to say "thank you" to all our good friends and customers and finish 1974 with all time record December sales. We have a 1975 F-100 4X4 pickup in our showroom filled to the brim with corn. Come in, guess the weight of the corn and register. Prizes include a 5-pound ham to be drawn for every work day starting Wednesday, December llth through December 31st, and 5 hams will be drawn for December 31st The person who comes nearest the weight of the corn will win $100.00 in free service (labor and parts). If the winner has bought a car or truck from us costing over $1000.00 since July 1st 1974, you will also win $100.00 in cash. If you've not bought a car from us during this period, but purchase one before March 1st, you will receive $100.00 cash on delivery of the car. While you're here, be sure you look over our selection of over 30 used units, over 25 used pickups and over 40 new Fords and Mercurys, and almost 20 new trucks of all shapes and sizes for the Christmas present your whole family will enjoy all year long. ; . ,,. , f'tV'1! t: Again, THANKS FOR MAKING 1974 OUR BEST YET! Ley Motor Company Wednesday, Dec. 18th Serving 11:3O a.m. to 1:30 p.m. - EVERYONE WELCOME Bring the Wife and Kids! SINCE 1913 PHONE 515—886-2433 LAKOTA, IOWA Bill Ley, Sr. Family Ron Meyers Audrey Ruby Fran Scbiltzs Herman Jutting* Ron Johnson Gone {tans'* Neil Steffensen Dave Leys Tom Hankens Bill Hankens Bill Ley, Jr. Family Craig Lloyds Margie Richardson Gary Meyers Arvid Boyken Bruce Grahams Bruce Meyer — MENU — Baked Boneless Pork Loin and Dressing Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Baked Beans Roll — Ice Cream Beverage Catered by We 3 Catering Service OPEN HOUSE SPECIALS! 5-1 b. Canned Ham FREE With Each Purchase Of 1 ton NUTRENA CONCENTRATE . — OR _ 3 tons NUTRENA COMPLETE FEED — Free Door Prizes — Rick's Feed Store RICK and MAVIS LOOFT Phone 928-2201 Titonka, Iowa

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