Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on January 9, 1975 · Page 8
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THE TITONKA TOPIC, TITONKA, IOWA, JANUARY 9, 1875 TITONKA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton, Lisa and Mike left Dec. 21 and drove to Phoenix, Ariz, to visit in the home of itiieir daughter, Thereese, over the holidays. They also visited in the home at Mr. and Mrs. Jim Putzstuck at Chandler, Ariz, Judy Hamilton of San Diego, Calif. Joined them and visited over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gremmer of Britt are ,ttie parents of a daughter. Jodi Lynn, born Monday, Dec. 30 at Memorial Hospital in Britt. She weighed 6 IDS., 9 ozs.. and has a sister, Kriste Kae. 3 years old. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Haverly of Wesley and Mrs. Pearl Gremmer of Britt. Mrs. Veva Keagle and grandson, Raymond Keagle, and Pat of Minneapolis returned home Tuesday from Orlando, Fla. where .they visited in the home of Veva's so n and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keagle. They also visited other house guests in the Keagle home, Joan Keagle nad Janice Fraser and Megan of Vista, Calif. Megan is Mrs. Keagle's first great-grandchild. Joan Keagle and Veva went on to Port Charlotte to Tisit Veva's old friends and neighbors. Enroute home they went through the Museum of Transportation at St. Louis, Mo. They reported beautiful warm weather in Florida and for most of the .trip. Ronnie «nd Pat returned to Minneapolis on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Higgins, Luanne and Heather of Wesley, *nd Linda Higgins of St. Louis Park, Minn, spent the weekend a week ago in the home of Mr. ftnd Mrs. Ed Scott and family jit Trenton, Mo. for their family Christmas. Mr. Do n Farris, Mary Kay and John of Middletown, Ohio arrived here the Friday before Christmas, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Orthel accompanied them back to Ohio on Saturday where they spent two weeks Tisiting. They arrived at the Mason City Airport Sunday and were met by Bill Orthel, who brought them home. Donna Nelson, Marsha Behrends and Jerry Dreesman were Monday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Jandl in honor of Donna's birthday. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Anna Rippentrop were 'Mr. and Mrs. William Rode,'Lisa and Denise Lee, and OHle Bruns. Mrs. Doris Sathoff was on the sick list in the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Crag Sathoff, in Iowa Falls but expects to return home soon. Friday oyster stew supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plaisler were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schmidt, Kristi and Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Noeltlng and family of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Dietrich and family of New London, Minn, spent the holiday weekend a week ago in the parental Arthur Dietrich home. Mrs. Martha Boyken entertained a bridge club in her home Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Higgins attended a family Christmas gathering in ithe A. M. Priest home at Rake a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Pearle Ricklefs was admitted to the hospital in Algona on Monday for observation. Mr. Ed Sonnenberg fell on the ice recently and broke his right wrist. New Year's dinner and supper guests in .the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kent Krominga were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Haverly, Donna and Debbie of Wesley, Shirley Haverly of Cedar Falls, Mr. Dennis Gremmer and Kristi Kae of Britt, and Terry Hoover. Finer; Bethel meets at the church, Darlene Schmidt as hostess and lesson by Dorothy Olesking; Victory meets at the church with Arliss Ullmann as hostess and lesson by May Ager. The Sarah Circle meets Thursday, January 16 at 1:30 p.m. ait the Phyliss Oiesking home, lesson by Doris Buss. live modern for less with gas IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CIRCLES MEET NEXT WEEK 1 The following circles of Immanuel Lutheran Church will meet at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 14: Lois meets at the home of Reka Koch, wfrth the lesson by Agnes HolLorf; Anna meets at the Judy Spear home, with the lesson by Margaret BUFFALO BOYS 4-H The January meeting of the Buffalo Boys 4rH Club was held at the school. Brad Harms led the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was answered by 16 members with "Name a type of bird". Dues were set at $2.00 per member. Plans were discussed for a skating party. Club leader, Rollo Moore, gave a slide presentation about birds. Kelly Harms led the 4-H Pledge. Lunch was served by Mrs/Harms. New officers for the year are: Myron Carlson, president; Brian Mechler, vice president; Brian, Moore, secretary; Dale VanHove, treasurer; Dan Ames* •bury, reporter; Scott Smldt, photographer. —Dan Amestoury, reporter JUNIOR GIRL SCOUTS On Monday, January 6, the Titonka Junior Girl Scouts had their meeting. Angela and Lori Boeckholt served lunch. We picked patrol leaders. They are Lynette, Kira and Kim. We made linger print stationery. —Lori Huesman, secretary Out can heat your house in winter, cool it in summer. It can cook your meals, dry your clothes, heat your water. It can dispose of trash, and guard your yard with soft, gentle HlhtKdee»eflth«»»)ob« efficiently and It (ton them economical^. Ditto won- ,d«r w numypaophi ehooM to live Mo4ora t§t WtthfM. ' NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVCIE CO. OR YOUR LOCAL HEATING CONTRACTOR Planning A Wedding? See us for .... * Announcements * Invitations * Napkins i * Guest Books A COMPLETE SELECTION The Titonka Topic PACKING HOUSE BEEF QUARTERS — MEAT WRAPPING — ALL FLAVORS Schwan's ICE CREAM Butchering • ProceMing TITONKA LOCKERS — Closed Saturday Afternoons — TITONKA, IOWA 8 Big Days SAVE 20% — ON ALL — MERCHANDISE! — Except — Cards — Overalls — Coveralls — Jeans and Special of the Month — SALE DATES — January 10-18 ALL SALES FINAL - NO RETURNS CALLIES "V" STORE TITONKA, IOWA FIVE MEN MAKE FIVE MISTAKES... 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! Advertising Doesn't Cost - It Pays....

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