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THE TITONKA TOPIC VOLUME LXXVI TITONKA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA 50480, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1974 NUMBER 51 TME S8OWUERS CORNER Standings and High Scores for the week of December 16 NationaTLeague Redenius Insurance. .43 25 Burt Sav. Bank :.-. i .30y 2 28% Don's DX 32 36 Fanners Co-op Oil . .32 36 ; Heyer Shelling .... .30 38 Titonka Sav. Bank . .27& 40% North Kossnth League Chuck's DX ........ 46 18 Rollie's Pood Ctr. K & H Co-op Oil Heyer Livestock German Val. Store . .35 TJ.B.C .............. 32 Beed Hardware ..... 29 Farm Service ....... 26 Trunkhill Tiling .... 19 45% 40 24 36 28 29 32 35 38 45 Earl's (Market ....... Iiy 2 52y 2 Tyke Leafner s N. Cen. Pub. Serv. .. .46 Titonka Sav. Bank . .44 Tyke Lanes 37 Meyer's Painters .... 32 Cunningham's Cafe .26 Stanley Product* .. .31 22 24 31 36 42 47 - Woinen Over 165' " Joyce Madison ... 230, 182 Caralee Tollman ..... 214, 166 Jean Mayland 214 Karl Knudson ,. :20S Dpnna Dreesman ......... .202 Mabel, WeJhousen 19& Esther Christensen ....... 192 LaVaughn Wibben -192 Caralee Fotiman 189 J. Junkermeler .. 189, 182, 167 Lois Sonius 181 Charlotte Anderson ... 178, 167 Katie Ellefson 175 Florence Eden 173 Dorothy Giesking 170 Kas Larson 170, 167 Frances Gingrich 170 Men Over 205 Gary Hoover 214 Howard Batt 213 Phil Jaren 213 Gary Boyken 212 Census Will Bring County Farm Statistics Up To Date Ronie Janssens To Be Honored On Anniversary Woodchoppen League Tyke Lanea 44y 2 19% D.T.'s Lounge 41 23 Mike's Construction .38 26 Titonka Topic S7y 2 26% Va n Hove Shelling . .36% 27% Calliea V-Store 34 30 Titonka Plumbing . .28 36 Carney's Std. Serr. . .28 36 Titonka Elevator ... 38 36 Anderson Xrnpl 27% 36% Crystal Lake Furn. . .24 Willex 14 40 50 RAMBLIN'. with Phil As we prepare to start a new year, we find our country i n quite a unique position. A country itihait tolas relied on the free vote of the people to select its officers and leaders, finds pie two 'top positions in tihe '^government occupied by men that were not elected to the posts! I feel tooth men are stocexe, honest men whose aito is to bring tibe country out of the problems it faces, and able to -give the Congress 'the leader- dhip needed to aolve our problems. They have had ample experience in government to accomplish these tasks. It wasnt too many years ago that President John Kennedy pledged, "We will land a ma n on the moon in this decade", the goal was accomplished, and Has actually become so common itihat much of the thrill ol' the event has become common Saturday evening visitors in the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hill were Mr. and MH. Du- Wayne Klein and Mr. and Mrs. BUI Finn of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Keitaiit Zwiefel, Lex and Shane of Austin, Minn, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home oj Mr. and Mrs L. Q. Huiber. Evening visitors were idr. and Mrs. Fim Krull and Leona. Tim Miller of Denver, Colo arrived Tuesday to spend the holidays in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Miller. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Honken were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Honke n of Buffalo Center, and Mr James Honken of Hutchins. and utilize another source that we put forth energy to land a man on the moon. It wasn't too many years ago that the law of supply and demand was able to control the economic picture of 'the coun try. However, today there are many other Influences that enter into the picture tor this to be true, and thtts is another of the problems that is going to have to be solved in the near future. I dont feel thteut Industry, private enterprise, or the general public can continue to operate with the contimuing spiraling of prices. During tihe days of «he sweat shops and employer exploitation of the labor iforce, labor unions were a necessity, tout today they have gaJined too much power and have a great influence on the economic picture of the Titonka Splits Squeakers With Burt Friday Evening The 1974 Census of Agriculture to be conducted by the Bureau of the Census will bring up to date farm statistics collected for the year 1969 when >the last farm census was taken. John Ley, 'county extension director, says the cooperation of every faum and ranch oper ator is needed in order to insure an accurate measurement of changes in Kossuth County. Farm business records are to be _ . . used i n filling out the report | Ice Madsen 10, and Vanessa form, but when records are not | Follman 9, and a strong de- The gym was really alive Friday night as Titonka split a pair of close conference games with vtihe Burt Bears. In the opener, the Squaws lost a 68-64 thriller, while the boys edged out a 62-60 victory. It continued to be a long Lakota: Friends and relatives are cordially invited to an ope n house 'honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ronie Janssen of Lakota on their Golden Wedding Anniversary, Sunday, December 29 from 2:00 .to 5:00 p.m. at the Masonic Hall (north end of Main Street) in Buffalo Center. The' event 'is 'being hosted by their children, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Janssen of Dakota, Pastor and Mrs. Morris Janssen of Ely, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Lfloyd Janssen of Beaumont, Tex. available, reasonable estimates are fully acceptable. He stresses that the Census Bureau must have a good report from each operator if counity records are to be complete and accurate. The report form (questionnaires), to be mailed out about January 1, should be filled out : and mailed back as eiarly as possible. Nothing is revealed in the published report that, might disclose information about an individual operator. The data are combined into county and state totals that provide 'benchmarks lor keeping up with changes in fanning. The Census of Agriculture, taken every five years, is the only source of statistics on agriculture that are comparable, county by county, on a nationwide basis. The 1969 census counted 2,204 farms in Kossuth Co. Junior Varsity Girls Defeat Thompson 45-26 The girls junior varsity basketball team traveled to Thompson on December 16 to avenge _ an earlier season loss to the sea Ln"for "the" Squaws as they CubaUes. Balanced scoring, KrisU Bahlmg 18 points, Shir- mny startg Hitting only 16 of 42 attempts from the charity line cost the local girls the game as ithey made 24 shots from the field'while the visitors hit o n 23. The Squaws took an early 6-2 lead 'but were unable to keep Snowmobile Club To Be Known As Sno-lndians •The snowmobile club recently organized in Titonka now has an offcial name, "Sno-Indi- ims". The group will meet at 7:30 p.m., Friday, January 3 in ithe Multi-Purpose Boom at school to {formulate by-laws, select committes and conduct any other .necessary business. Memberships will also be accepted at this time. Chill soup will be served following the meeting, and aH persons interested in snowmobiling are invited to attend. fense, with Denise Heyer, Karen Buffington, Laura Boekelman and Alberta Sleper, leading the defense, kept the local girls ahead all of the way. Aggressive, alert basketball held he Thompson girls scoreless through .the opening period. Titonka led at intermission 28-10, and went on to pick up the victory 45-26. We do not have any of tlhe details of the boys game that was played ithe same evening. place. It seems to me that a j nation. It has gotten to the country with the ability to ac- point where management Is complish this feat should be unable to operate freely and able to find the answer to our efficiently in the operation of energy crisis. lit doesn't make j their business. Labor unions much sense that we should!may still be necessary, but continue to operate the major- come controls are going to have ity of our transportation system to be legislated to curb their with an engine 'that is as inefficient as the present internal combustion engine, that anoth- power. What we seem to need in Washington Is some good old er source of energy cannot be! horsesence. Forget the rhetoric developed to generate our electricity, t'hat another source of energy cannot foe found to heat our homes and businessplaces. The shortage of fossil fuels in 'this country is one of the primary problems we face since so much of *he operation and lifestyle of the people are directly geared to it. Let's put forth the same effort to find 68 DAYS Without A Fire and get. back to basics. Our problems are serious, but not insuranountable. Solutions are not going to be easily found, and some drastic steps may need to be token. But, we cannot continue to live with our present economic problems, and quick action is necessary. Howard Andrews Is now a resident at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brighton and son have moved into one Of the five-plexes. Jim Hill, and Mr. Robbin Hill and David otf Mason Oity were Christmas dinner guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Hill. Kathryn Hanse n of Swea City, sister of Ray and Gordon Hansen, passed away Fridlay. Funeral Monday services at the were held Methodist Church in Swea City, and interment was in the Buffalo Twp. Cemetery. Those attending the service from here were Mrs. Ray Hansen, Gordon Hansen, Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher, Mrs. Mary Budlong, Mrs. Ethel Beed and Mrs. Ethel Downs. Mr. David Honken of Waukee was a Thursday dinner guest in the Alvin Honken home. Mrs. Camilla Cooper left Tuesday to spend the holidays in ithe home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper, at failed to start finding solutions so as we enter the new year, let us hope and pray .that the new congress will put asjde thoughts of party and will take some firm steps to solve the problems'that exist. That's it for another week. May the next year, be filled with blessings, health and prosperity for each of you! Happy 1975! Mrs. Doris Sathoff is spending the Christmas holidays, i n the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Sathoff in Iowa Falls. Mr. 'and Mrs. Maurice Sathoff and family of Monroe, Wise. Joined them for the holidays. .Mr. and Mrs. Gary Huber and family were Monday evening visitors in the home of Mr. atid Mrs. L. G. Huber. Erwin Eden Married In Ceremony At Waverly Irma' Rice of Waverly and Erwin Ede n of Titonka were united in marriage at Trinity United Methodist Church in Waverly on Saturday, Decem her 21. Rev. David Streyffeler officiated at the 4:00 p.m. ceremony. Mildred Henry of Humboldt was maid of honor, and Maurice Keil of Lakota served as best man. A reception dinner followed the ceremony at the Red Fox Dining Room in Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Eden are honey mooning in the South. Plans for their immediate future are indefinite. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Keagle of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Veva Keagle left for Orlando, Fte. to spend .three weeks in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keagle. Viva will also spend some time with (friends in Port Charlotte, Fla. Sundlay pre-Christmas dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Miller were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller of Burt v and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Woods of Cherokee. Thursday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hansen, to. help them celebrate their 57ith wedding anniversary, were Maude Stecker, Mabel Welhousen, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Givens, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington, and Mr. Ross Buffington. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Uken arid family, and Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Junkermeier and family were Sunday evening hinch guests after the Christmas Program In the home of Mrs. Emma DeBoer. Sunday pre-Ohristmas- dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Meint Huesman were Mr, and 'Mrs. Jans Huesman, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Huesman and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Meyer and family, all of Ackley, Mr.'and Mrs. Wayne Wag ner of Cedar Falls, Jane.1t Huesman of Des Moines, and Mr. and lira. Jerry Gieeking. Letter To The Editor I ami writing this letter I guess to reassure the community of Titonka of the acceptance and success of our girls team and coaches this year. After talking to the team, we all agreed we are very satisfied with our coaches. You should be too! I know that so far it has been disappointing for people to come and watch our team be defeated, but do you think the team and coaches take it lightly. Well if you do you had better think again. Let me ask you this, we have been defeated six times now; how many times have the girls come up on the floor without spirit, not hustling, not caring, or to lose If you can give me one example, than I guess I must have slept right through that game. It isn't easy to come up after a defeat and eat with the girls who Ju&;t beat us, but we have. We are determined to hold our heads high, will you too? JANUARY School Calendar Wednesday, January 1 Holiday. No. school. Thurs., Fri., January *-3 Teacher In-Service. No acbool Monday, January 6 Classes resume. Lakota J.V. here. >•' Tuesday, January 7 FHOC. 7:30 p.m. Adult Ed Class reg istraitdon. Thursday, January 9 F.F.A. Home EC Club Friday, January 10 Lincoln Central, here. Ledyard Jr. High, here. Saturday, January 11 Conference Tournament be gins. Titonka, vs. Woden-Crys tal Lake at Lakota. Boys am girls. Monday, January 13 School Board Meeting. Conference games at Titonka Friday, January 17 Woden-C.L. Jr. Hi, here. Assembly Program, Gr. K-6 Monday, January 20 Ringsted J.V. here. Tuesday, January 21 Basketball at Woden-Crysta Lake, non-conference. Friday, January 24 Basketball at Rake. Jr. Hi. basketball at Burt. Monday, January 27 Conference Band FestiTal (a Thompson. up the pace as <tihe Bears held a 5-10 advantage at the .buzzer. n their best offensive effort of the year, the Squaws held the ead twice in the second period, jut leading 28-24 with 2:56 to lay, Burt collected the next points and .went on to lead 3-29 at intermission. A 17-pomt third quarter got Tyke back in the game, and nee again they held a slim ead, 44-43, with 2:10 to play, nly to trail 49-46 at the end >f .the quarter. Neither team was able to hit from the field hrough almost half of the final period, but 'both teams made 'fequent trips to the charity ine and ithe Bears increased Lheir lead to 57-51 before they lit a 'field goal and another pair of 'free throws to 'take a big 10 point teall, 01-51. Tyke battled back, tout their efforts fell short as they fell 68-64. FT FG TP F S. Hike 3-11 10 23 4 B. Akkerman .. t-1 120 B. Tappe? 11-19 5 20 * K. BuMington • *-0 0' 0 Q J. Buffington . . »-0 006 S. Buffin«tQ9 .'. •••O 1 00 .6 V. Foilman 2-7 380 C. Heyer «-0 003 S. Madsen 1-4 5 11 2: D. Heyer «-0 0 0 5 A. Sleper t-0 0 0 2: Titonka 10-42 24 64 31 Burt 22-40 23 68 33 Scoring By Quarters Titonka 10 19 17 18—64 Burt 15 18 16 19—68 Mechler Leads Indians , Dean Mechler led the Indians to their third conference victory las he hit for 17 points, Jeff We work in practices. If you Friday, January 31 doulbt fbif,-! invite you to'come Woden-Crystal Lake here. some night and try to keep up! I feel the people of the community should understand that we, the players, determine the score. Our coaches are not responsible 'for our actions! They can't play. All they can do is guide us to the best of their ability, ' So don't blame ,the coaches. We don't! Face the facts, if we want to win every game, every year, it is going to take more faith than people of the community who dislike ithe decisions of the coaches and teams. If you can do better, than I ask, "Why dont you?" I'm sure there are only a few who feel this way, and I hope they soon come to. I would like to thank you for your wonderful support. It helps .and I hope it continues! Now, I would like to leave you with this thought. This year we have reached our goal, which was to become a team. A closely bound 'group of people. We all get along and respect each other no (matter who plays. In my mind ithis is a big and wonderful step! Is it really so important to' win every 'game if we can learn like this together? Don't get me wrong, we are not fond of losing. We want to win and we wUll 'Don't give up, we haven't Thank you, Jean Budfflagtoa Lions Pancake Supper. Jr. Hi. basketball at Rake. boys Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Johnson of Council Bluffs were weekend visitors in the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Boyken. Mr. and Mrs. David Buffington, Brad and Beth of Danbury, Conn, arrived Sunday to spend the holidays i n the homes of Mr. and (Mrs. Bradford Buffington and Mrs. Ellien Schutter. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G. Giesking and Jeff of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Giesking and Darin of Marengo, Mr. and Mrs. Pat McLaughlin and Jlack of Marathon, Wise, arrived Tuesday to spend the holidays in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Giesking. Guests for a pre-Christanas party in the home of Mrs. Reka Cordes were Mr. and Mrs. Smidt, Mrs. Eilert Smidt and Marietta Smidt of Chicago, HI., Mr. and Mrs. William Karels and family, and Carla Cordes of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings were Monday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Graham. Mrs. Phyllis Giesking was a Sunday afternoon visitor in the home of Mrs. 'Hilka Gdesking. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oiesklng were evening callers. Loeschen added 14, and Eugene Zwiefel had 19 in the 62-60 victory. Tyke got of!f to a fast start as they took an 8-0 lead and It looked as if they would have no trouble With the visitors. However, Burt had different ideas and out the margin to 10-8. Tyke shot the Bears out for ahnost the final three minutes of the quarter, and pulled Into a 13-8 lead at the end of the period. The Indians built a couple of 7 point leads, but were unable to hold thorn a^ Burt hit on 8 of 11 attempts from the free throw line in the period and took a 38-27 lead on a ; bucket Just as the buzzer sounded to end <the half. The Indians came out really sharp to start <the second half and hit for itjhe first 8 points. This time, wtthotrt the aid of free throws, the outstanding shooting of 6'3" senior Lyle Karels kept 'the Bears in the game as he hit for 28 points in the contest, mostly from the outside, and .the Bears trailed by only one, 45-44, with one quarter to play. Burt failed to itake the lead at any time during the final eight minutes, (but managed to stay in the 'ball game all of the way as they 4K?sed '.the gap to a single point, W-60, with 13 seconds to play. Steve Dietrich hit a free throw -frith 4 seconds remaining, and -jiVwas enough for the 62-60 ft FG TP E. Zwiefel 1-2 S. Dietrich J-3 D. Mechler .... 0-11 J. Loeschen — 2-7 K. Huesman ... f-0 P. Ubben 3-4 6 13 4 0 6 17 6 14 0 0 3 9 F 1 2 4 2 4 1 Titonka ....... tt-27 25 62 14 Burt .......... 144 26 60 24 Sowing fcy Barters Titonka 13 14 18 17—72 Bnrt ......... I 20 16 16—60 Titonka wHl liost Lincoln outing on Central Friday, Jimmy H,

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